National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) ,Hebbal, Bangalore

  • Hebbal,Bangalore |
    4.5(9)

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National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Highlights 2023

The National School of Journalism and Public Discourse is a private institute established in 2014. NSoJ is located in Hebbal, Bangalore and  the school aims is to train ethical professionals who care about justice, truth, and democracy.

NSoJ Bangalore provides undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and the courses include Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Psychology, Integrated Honours Degree in Political Science, and Integrated Honours Degree in English. NSoJ UG programmes are affiliated with Bengaluru City University and are in accordance with NEP 2020.

Particulars

Statistics

Establishment year | Ownership type

2014 | Private

Location

Bengaluru

Affiliated to

Bengaluru City University (UG courses)

No. of faculty

15

Scholarships

Merit and Need-based

Official website

https://www.nsoj.in/

Brochure

NSoJ Brochure

National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Application Process 2023

Here are the steps on how to apply for National School of Journalism and Public Discourse admissions. The application fee is INR 2,000. Candidates can go through the below steps:

Step 1: Register to start the application form.

Step 2: Submit the documents required with the application form. The

National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Highlights 2023

The National School of Journalism and Public Discourse is a private institute established in 2014. NSoJ is located in Hebbal, Bangalore and  the school aims is to train ethical professionals who care about justice, truth, and democracy.

NSoJ Bangalore provides undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and the courses include Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Psychology, Integrated Honours Degree in Political Science, and Integrated Honours Degree in English. NSoJ UG programmes are affiliated with Bengaluru City University and are in accordance with NEP 2020.

Particulars

Statistics

Establishment year | Ownership type

2014 | Private

Location

Bengaluru

Affiliated to

Bengaluru City University (UG courses)

No. of faculty

15

Scholarships

Merit and Need-based

Official website

https://www.nsoj.in/

Brochure

NSoJ Brochure

National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Application Process 2023

Here are the steps on how to apply for National School of Journalism and Public Discourse admissions. The application fee is INR 2,000. Candidates can go through the below steps:

Step 1: Register to start the application form.

Step 2: Submit the documents required with the application form. These include:

  • Personal information
  • Academic transcripts
  • Extracurricular achievements
  • A 300 words Statement of Purpose (SoP)
  • Contact details of academic and professional referees

Step 3: Submit the application form together with the application processing fee of INR 2,000.

Step 4: Successful candidates will be notified soon after the relevant application deadline. Candidates yet to complete their qualifying exams will receive a conditional offer.

Read more: National School of Journalism and Public Discourse Admissions

National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Collaborations

Below mentioned are the names of NSoJ national and international collaborations, fellowships, and exchange programme:

International Collaborations

Constructive Institute

Akademei

Columbia University

Bangalore Bapist Hospital

Obama Foundation Scholars

2030 beyond

B.PAC

Study of US Institutes

BMW Foundation

Alternative Law Forum

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National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Placements 2022

The previous year, 90% of students were placed by the college last year. The rest 10% are pursuing higher studies. A minimum package was INR 2.8 LPA, the median salary was INR 3.2 LPA, the average salary was INR 3.5 LPA and the highest salary was INR 3.6 LPA.

Read more: National School of Journalism and Public Discourse placements

National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) Scholarships

Every year students of the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) offer scholarships to deserving students. The awards reflect NSoJ commitment to:

  1. Recognising the academic proficiency and excellence
  2. Providing world-class training to future Journalists who are financially weak

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NSoJ Fees and Eligibility

CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
B.A.(3 Courses)
INR 6.82 L
(for 4 years)
10+2 : 60 %
B.Sc.(1 Courses)
INR 6.82 L
(for 4 years)
10+2 : 60 %
PG Diploma(1 Courses)
INR 4.43 L
(for 11 months)
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NSoJ Rankings

NSoJ Ranking for Mass Communication & Media

NSoJ Reviews (Showing 5 of 9 reviews)

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

4.5

Based on 9 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

Component Ratings (Out of 5)
Placements
4.6
Infrastructure
4.2
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.8
Crowd & Campus Life
4.6
Value for Money
4.6
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Hiranmayi | PG Diploma in Journalism - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 7 May 2021
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4.2
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
For print journalism, it has great faculty members.

Placements: I am interning at The Better India, which is a reputed digital news platform. Two of my classmates are interning at Deccan Herald. The top recruiting companies include IDG, Deccan Herald, The Hindu, The Indian Express and Outlook Business.

Infrastructure: The material, facilities and infrastructure required for print journalism are available, but the equipment used in the studio for broadcast journalism could be upgraded. There is a lot of space to walk around, and our classrooms are well-ventilated. The boards ...

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Vaidehi Dhakate | B.A. (Hons.) in Journalism - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 27 Apr 2021
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4.6
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
It provides an opportunity to grow and learn beyond textbook lessons.

Placements: For PG Diploma students, our college provides outstanding placements. They have been offered internships and job placements in India's most reputed organisations like The Times of India, The Hindu, Deccan Herald etc. Our alumni are currently working in Deccan Herald, Republic TV etc. It can be said that the placement rate is 100%.

Infrastructure: The campus is Wi-Fi enabled and has a spacious newsroom where all the discussions take place. Our classrooms are very spacious and well-ventilated. Each student has his/her own bench. Social distancing is strictly followed, and there are sanitisers in every classroom. There are blackboard, whiteboard and projector in every classroom. We also have a studio where all in-house shooting, recording, and editing take place. We also have a quadrangle in between where we play various games such as badmi...

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Virginia A | B.A. (Hons.) in Journalism - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 11 Apr 2021
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It provides an amazing exposure to the world of journalism with guidance at every step.

Placements: The placement rate is 100% at NSOJ. They offer placements in India's renowned news organisations. This year, few students from our batch of PG'21 got their internships in Deccan Herald before the completion of the course. Thus, you have your internship in hand before your graduation. By the end of the course, each student from the PG Diploma course walks out of the college with an assured internship and even employment opportunity in the same organisation. One gets an opportunity to intern in or...

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Ram Rakshith V | PG Diploma in Journalism - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 15 Feb 2021
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4.4
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Our college provides good placements, nice infrastructure and facilities and experienced teachers.

Placements: Placements have been really good in our college. Our alumni are working in reputed media houses across the country. This year as well, two of the students got their internships in Deccan Herald before four months of completing their course. By the end of the course, all the students are assured of internships followed by job offers in the same organisations. Internships are offered in The Hindu, The Times of India, The Indian Express, Deccan Herald, India Today, Republic TV, Caravan and other pr...

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Nivedita Unnikris ... | B.A. (Hons.) in Journalism - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 19 Jun 2020
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4.4
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
We have special classes on journalistic ethics once a week.

Placements: Our college has exceptionally good placements for the PG Diploma students. They offer internships and job placements in India's most reputed news organisations like The Times Of India, The Hindu, New Indian Express and Deccan Herald. They also concentrate equally upon broadcast journalism and few of our PG students of batch 2020 have done their internships in News X, Republic TV and India today. Placement rate is 100%. Our Alumni are working at news organisations like CNBC-TV 18, Asianet News, N...

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NSoJ Scholarships

Every Year Institute offers several merit scholarship and financial aid awards to deserving candidates.
1) Purrah Merit Scholarship and Financial Assistance Program-
The institute has established a substantial corpus of funds towards scholarships and financial students for students registered in their Program.

2) The Truth and Justice Scholarship 2022
The Truth and Justice Scholarship covers full tuition fees for students entering a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme of study at the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse, Bengaluru (NSoJ). The scholarship supports exceptional young people who will stand for truth and justice in India.
The Truth and Justice Scholarship enables outstanding young people in India to study in a full-time undergraduate and postgradu

NSoJ Highlights

  • Focusses of producing ethical journalists who deeply care for truth, justice and democracy
  • In-house news publications: The Tannoy (Inhouse News Portal), The Tannoy Podcast, NSoJ Youtube Channel etc
  • Student run social media platforms for news content
  • Experts from around the world conducts various workshops and talks
  • Each student has to undergo the Professional Skill Bases Course - A set of are mandatory 21 modules related to Journalism taught by the leading professionals in their field
  • Institute has 18 acres residential campus in the heart of the bangalore city with world class infrastuctural facility
  • Institute has Local, National and International collaborations for which they have been recognized by the Columbia University, New York and by the Obama Foundation
  • NSoJ Institute also has In-house podcast production

NSoJ Infrastructure/Facilities

  • Library
    Cafeteria
    Hostel
    Wi-Fi Campus
    Auditorium
    A/C Classrooms

NSoJ FAQs

Q. What is the fees for Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism course at National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ)?

A. The total tuition fees for Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism course at National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) is INR 2,36,000.

Q. Does the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) provide scholarships?

A. National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) provides scholarships which are both merit-based and need-based.

Q. How are the placements at the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ)?

A. A minimum package was INR 2.8 LPA, the median salary was INR 3.2 LPA, the average salary was INR 3.5 LPA and the highest salary was INR 3.6 LPA.

Q. Which courses does National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) offer?

A, The courses offered by National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) are Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Journalism, Integrated Honours Degree in Psychology, Integrated Honours Degree in Political Science, and Integrated Honours Degree in English.

Q. What is the application fee for NSoJ admissions?

A. The application fee for NSoJ admissions is INR 2,000.

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Contact Details

Address

ASKB Campus, Anand Nagar Hebbal
Bangalore ( Karnataka)

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Email

contact@nsoj.in

(For general enquiry)

info@nsoj.in

(For admission related enquiry)

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