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St. Joseph College of Communication Admission 2024: Eligibility, Dates, Application Form, Fee

  • Private Institute
  • Estd. 2004
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St. Joseph College of Communication
B.A. Admissions 2024

6 courses 3 years
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  • Accepting Exams: CBSE 12th, Kerala 12th
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St. Joseph College of Communication
Students Ratings & Reviews

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Placement Review IconPlacements3.1
Infrastructure Review IconInfrastructure3.6
Faculty Review IconFaculty & Course3.5
Crowd Review IconCampus Life3.6
Money Review IconValue for Money3.1
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B.A. in Animation and Visual Effects - Batch of 2023
2Placements3Infrastructure3Faculty2Crowd & Campus Life2Value for Money
I am not satisfied with management and faculty members of this college.
Placements: Placements are good. Only the best students get placed in this college. It is better to opt for other colleges.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is average. We have studio laboratories and green screens studios. The equipment quality is not good. The food served in the hostel is also not good. We do not even get a chance to use laboratories frequently. Hostel rules are very strict.
Faculty: Teachers are skilled. But a few do not know the syllabus properly. Semester exams are easy. The pass percentage is good. The course curriculum is not relevant.
Other: I chose this course because of my interest in it. This course is average. The syllabus is basic and you can also study just by watching Youtube.
Reviewed on 26 Aug 2023Read More
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B.A. in Visual Arts (Interior Design) - Batch of 2021
2Placements3Infrastructure3Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Review of St. Joseph College of Communication.
Placements: Students in our course didn't get good placements. Others got good placements. Only 20% of students got placed. Internships were useful.
Infrastructure: Classrooms and labs were good. The hostel facility was good, but the food was average. Medical facilities were good. Sports and games were available, but the ground was average. There was no Wi-Fi. The food at the canteen was average. There was a football field.
Faculty: Teachers were highly talented and knowledgeable. Students were not industry-ready. We didn't get the proper internal marks from the faculty.
Other: Campus life was very flexible. Our college organises events so that students don't get bored with the hectic syllabus.
Reviewed on 6 Dec 2022Read More
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B.A. in Audiography and Digital Editing - Batch of 2021
4Placements4Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Good college with good facilities.
Placements: The course is good. You can get seats quickly if you have good marks and an Interest in the subject. But beware, don't join by thinking you can be a sound engineer just by completing the course. You will get an atmosphere for developing your skills, but you must learn by yourself if you choose your career as a Sound Engineer. 50% of the subjects are audio related and 50% are Video and other stuff. Make sure to read the Syllabus before you take the next step.
Infrastructure: The college provides a good infrastructure for the course. Good equipment and Studios are available for Projects and exams. The hostels have reasonable accommodation and food. The Hostel is inside the college campus itself so, you can use the studios late.
Faculty: The teachers are constructive and supportive. They are highly qualified and experienced. Therefore, they can provide you with the most of the knowledge. The course curriculum and syllabus are very good. The syllabus is mainly practical-oriented with some theory papers. You can get a good score if you complete your projects on time.
Other: I chose the course because of my interest in this subject. By joining this course, you will get a lot of resources for learning.
Reviewed on 1 Sep 2022Read More
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B.A. in Multimedia - Batch of 2023
4Placements4Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Good infrastructure and facilities .
Placements: I am now in second year. 7 of my seniors got placed in tata consultancy and Infosys and some of them got placed in OLX also for a great salary. College have a good placement cell. The aluminis from the college and facilities help us to get a job placement.
Infrastructure: Infrastructure is good. You must know this is a media college and therefore it has a comparatively small campus. But we have more than enough facilities to study here. We have a Dolby studio, a community radio station, 2d, 3d labs and Wi-Fi. Hostel facilities is also available for male students.
Faculty: Most of the teachers are qualified and knowledgeable. But I must say some of them are poor in teaching. We have faculty members who graduated from Pune Film Institute. And most of our faculty members have worked in so many films. Semester exams are quite easy if you study well.
Other: I chose this course because I wanted a general understanding in the field of cinema. And I needed to get an idea to what I must focus on after graduation. And I know now what I must focus on by the help of my friends and teachers.
Reviewed on 16 Mar 2022Read More
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B.A. in Animation and Visual Effects - Batch of 2022
3Placements3Infrastructure3Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
It has pathetic management.
Placements: The campus is good. Our college provides a great learning experience for students.
Infrastructure: It is easy to spot the campus from the main road. It has 3 entrances. Hostel & canteen facilities are offered for male students (as of now), it's accurate on google maps. House/room rentals are available nearby places, and it is not situated in the flood-affected area. Overall it has a good experience.
Faculty: I joined here in the hope to improve all my skills but the teachers and management were the worst and most egoistic. Most of them have resigned from here. There are some good and qualified teachers but the majority are the worst. The good ones are from the 90's era and they are noobies in the modern design world. The faculty is poorly trained. The quality of teaching is bad and the course itself is very outdated and disconnected from the industry. If you are passionate about animation, then find some college that offers good exposure, and don't be fooled by the B.A. degree certification.
Other: It has a poor education system and bad management. It is good only for logo designers, and interior and exterior designers. It is bad training for animators, 3D modelers, and is not updated with industry-related software for 3D artists, and game character concept artists. No good companies approve the portfolio. They create a false impression of 100% placements as only a few chances come for designers only. There are no placements for 3D or 2D animators. No good skills can be cultivated here. Teachers, facilities and non-teaching staff are good here.
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Answered 2 months ago

Yes, there is an offline mode of application for St. Joseph College of Communication. Students can apply offline by following these steps:
1- Download the application form from the official college website.
2- Fill in the required details and attach the necessary documents, such as the candidate's det



Rahul Kumar Maurya

Contributor-Level 7

Answered a year ago

It is surely recommended. Placements: It's a really great college for placements with top companies as recruiters. College trains students to face job interviews and qualify in the recruitment process with ease. Top roles offered in this particular course are managers in the business industry. SJCC



Aman Gupta

Beginner-Level 3

Answered 3 weeks ago

Although Union Christian College has well maintained campus but St Joseph's College is more concerned in academic excellence. There is various programs offered in linguistics disciplines at St Joseph college.

Union college focus more on extra curricular activities whereas St Joseph college is more in




Beginner-Level 4

Answered 3 weeks ago

Campus life is more or less very much restricted by some general discipline guidlines such as dress code and timing and gender concerned. SJCC has around 750 students to manage.

College is more concerned for there reputation and ranking so they bound the candidate by strict rule . Even in campus as w




Beginner-Level 4

Answered Yesterday

The highest package for B.A. students at St. Joseph College of Communication is INR 18 lakh, with an average package of INR 8 Lacs and a the lowest package of INR 2.5 lakh.

This indicates that students at the college have the potential to secure lucrative job opportunities upon completing their B.A.



Akash Kumar Gupta

Beginner-Level 5

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