IIMC Entrance Exam Application forms May 29 - Jul 18, 2023 View all dates

Duration

1 year (Full Time)

Course Level

PG Diploma

Total Tuition Fees

INR 1.32 Lakh

Type of University

Public/Government,Autonomous

Year of establishment

1965

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Fees

Fee Components

Amount

(for 1 years)

1.32 Lakh

Seat Break-up

46 Total Seats

Placements

Recruiting Companies

ABP News | HCL | IFFCO | NDTV | network 18 | NTPC | Radio Mirchi | SONY | Tata Steel

Entry Requirements

QualificationEntry Criteria
IIMC Entrance Exam

N/A

Other eligibility criteria
Candidate must have completed graduation from a recognised university.

May '23 - Jul '23

Payment of Application Fee

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Overall Rating (Out of 5)

4.3

Based on 3 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

Component Ratings (Out of 5)
Placements
3.7
Infrastructure
4.7
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.0
Crowd & Campus Life
5.0
Value for Money
4.0
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Simran Singh | Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 25 Nov 2020
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4.0
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
Review of IIMC - Indian Institute of Mass Communication.

Placements: In our course, there were around 50 seats. It was quite hard for me to crack 3 rounds and get into IIMC. Due to corona, we did not receive a good placement drive, but there were certain media houses, where some of us got placed. Even after final results, our college is still ensuring placements for students. If you are an IIMC student, then you can have the best experience in nearby JNU, just a gate away. IIMC is the mecca of journalism, and every possible media exposure is provided to students ...

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Pintu Kumar | Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 4 Sep 2020
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4.4
Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
I am satisfied because of the faculty, good infrastructures and facilities.

Placements: About 30% of our classmates got selected in various news channels, websites, etc. The highest salary offered was Rs. 30,000 per month, and the average salary offered was Rs. 20,000 per month. The lowest salary offered was Rs. 16,000 per month. Top recruiting companies like Zee, Doordarshan and ETV Bharat visit our campus for placements. Very few students do an internship because they complete their courses applied for jobs at several companies. They generally don't offer the top roles as they ar...

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Ritika Pal | Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism - Batch of 2015
Reviewed on 8 May 2015
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4.4
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4

Amazing college, great ambiance, free WiFi, loads of fun, excellent food, JNU, The college give one a great insight in what really it is to be in the field of mass communication, mass media. The faculty is great and sum of the guest faculty are exceptional.

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Admissions

Admission Process

  • Written Test

    Eligible candidates need to appear for the written test conducted by the college.

  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview (GDPI)

    Shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion/ Personal Interview or both based on the score obtained in written test.

    The applicants for NRI /...
    Shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion/ Personal Interview or both based on the score obtained in written test.

    The applicants for NRI / NRI sponsored seats are not required to appear for a written examination. However, they will be required to appear for Group Discussion / Interview, or both.

  • Final Selection

    Candidates are selected based on written test score and performance in group discussion and personal interview.

Important Dates

May 29 - Jul 18, 2023

IIMC Entrance Exam Application forms

Up-coming

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Course Structure

  • Introduction to Communication
  • Intro to Journalism,Media laws,Ethics&Regulation
  • Print Journalism
  • Radio Journalism: Concept, Process & Production
  • TV Journalism: Concept and Process
  • Television Production and Management
  • Television News: Reporting & Editing
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Comments

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism at IIMC Delhi.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism at IIMC Delhi.

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I want to be an anchor. Which course should I do? I have been pursuing B.Sc.

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Navita Batra

Guide-Level 13

4 years ago

Hi,I think the article in the link below will be much helpful to you. Please click the link below. https://www.shiksha.com/careers/anchor-10Apart from this, if you wish to apply for the course from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, then please check the eligibility as below and follow the a...Hi,
I think the article in the link below will be much helpful to you. Please click the link below.
https://www.shiksha.com/careers/anchor-10
Apart from this, if you wish to apply for the course from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, then please check the eligibility as below and follow the admission process.
Eligibility:
Candidate must have completed graduation from a recognized university.
Admission Process:
Written Test:
Eligible candidates need to appear for the written test conducted by the college.
Group Discussion & Personal Interview (GDPI)
Shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion/ Personal Interview or both based on the score obtained in written test.
The applicants for NRI / NRI sponsored seats are not required to appear for a written examination. However, they will be required to appear for Group Discussion / Interview, or both.
Final Selection:
Candidates are selected based on written test score and performance in group discussion and personal interview.

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How should I prepare for the entrance? What all sections are there in the questions paper and is there any book for its preparation?

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Ananya Dev

Guide-Level 14

4 years ago

Hi Garima!
You can refer to this link to see the pattern of examination and other details of the exam https://www.shiksha.com/college/indian-institute-of-mass-communication/exams/iimc-entrance-exam/pattern

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What is the scope of Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism?

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Rohan Ahuja

Guide-Level 12

4 years ago

Hi Shishir,With the introduction of several television channels and FM radio stations, the career opportunities in the field of electronic journalism have increased manifold. The positions a person working in electronic media usually holds are:Field ReporterWriterEditorResearch AnalystField and I...Hi Shishir,
With the introduction of several television channels and FM radio stations, the career opportunities in the field of electronic journalism have increased manifold. The positions a person working in electronic media usually holds are:
Field Reporter
Writer
Editor
Research Analyst
Field and In-house Correspondent
News / Program Anchor
Presenter
News Analyst
Public Relations Officer
Cinema Projectionist
Media Marketing Executive
Content Writer and editor
Audiovisual Production Specialist
Advertising Executive
A Mass Communication / Journalism degree can also lend you a job in the fields of direction, program research, production, script writing and camera & sound departments. The salaries for beginners in the electronic media industry are not very lucrative. But hard work and experience can take you a long way in the field of electronic journalism.

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