Journalism Courses

 

A. Journalism

 

B. Advance Programme in Journalism & Mass Communication

 


 

Journalism

 

 

Objectives of Journalism -

 1. To produce competent professionals who demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the theory and      practice of journalism and communications.

 2. To foster original scholarly work in the discipline of journalism.

 3. To increase awareness of the breadth of scholarship and practice encompassed by journalism      and the media.

 4. To enrich the understanding and discussion of journalism and the media by inquiring into, and      forging linkages with, related disciplines.

 5. To contribute to the media's understanding of their role in our culture.

 6 .To serve as a resource and open forum for the profession.

 7. Students will develop accurate and fair news stories across a variety of journalistic media.

 8. Students will exercise judgment in selecting technology appropriate to the message and      audience, and understand the implications of those choices.

 9. Develop the speaking, listening, reading, writing, viewing, and representing skills needed to     create various print publications and broadcast productions.

10. Exposure to real-world situations that instruct and demonstrate application of classroom        lessons.

 

 

Paper –I       - Introduction to Journalism, Constitution of India and Press Laws

Paper –II     - Reporting (including current affairs

Paper –III    - Writing

Paper –IV     - Editing

Paper –V      - Newspaper Management, Printing and Mass Communication
                                                            OR
                           Human Communication (Option).

Paper –VI     - Cultural Heritage of India.

 

Internal Assessment

            - (Internal Tests (at least two), Study paper, class work: Reporting, Writing, Editing and                 Alpha Journals, Viva Voce).

 

Advance Programme in Journalism & Mass Communication

 

 

Objectives of Mass Communication -

 1. Defining communication, mass communication, mass media, and culture.

 2. Understanding the relationship between communication, mass communication, and culture.

 3. Providing the basis for evaluating the impact of technology and economics on the      communication/culture relationship.

 4. Providing a broad overview of current trends in mass communication.

 5. To train mass communicators who are liberally educated, socially responsible, professionally      competent, ethical, imbued with Christian values and dedicated to public welfare and human      development.

 6 . To train mass communicators who are prepared to work in the provincial areas and contribute        to the development of the Philippine countryside.

 

Paper –I       - Communication

Paper –II     - Mass Communication

Paper –III    - Print Media.

Paper –IV     - Electronic Media

Paper –V      - Advertising & Corporate Communication and public Relation..

Paper –VI     - Cultural Heritage of India.

 

Internal Assessment

            - (Internal Tests (at least two), Study paper, Viva Voce).

   

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