Xavier Institute of Communication Mumbai Admission 2021: Eligibility, Process, Application Form, Fee & Dates ,Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai

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What's new at XIC Mumbai 2022? XIC OET 2023 registration is expected to commence from the first week of April 2023.

XIC, Mumbai ranks one of the top mass communication colleges in India. Currently, the institute offers diploma and certificate programmes to aspirants at the postgraduate (PG) level. XIC admission process generally begins in April every year.

XIC Mumbai Admission Dates 2022

Tabulated below are the important XIC Mumbai admission dates:


XIC OET 2023 registration


Apr '23

XIC Mumbai Admission Process 2022

Candidates seeking admission to the courses offered by XIC should first visit the official website and apply online. Here are some important point regarding admissions:

XIC Mumbai Admissions 2022: PG Diploma

XIC, Mumbai offers full-time PG Diploma courses related to the mass communication field. Admission to these courses is granted based on the OET test followed by a personal interview round. The eligibility criteria for the PG Diploma course is mentioned in the table below:

PG Diploma



Advance Integrated Communication

  • Graduate in any stream from a recognised board or any other professional course
  • Candidates should have experience of at least 2 years in non-staff function (Executive or Supervisory function is desired)

Journalism and Mass Communication

  • Graduation Degree in Arts, Science, Mass Media, Commerce or any professional course
  • Candidates awaiting for final results are also eligible to apply

Public Relation and Corporate Communication

Advertising and Marketing Communications

Film, Television and Digital Video Production

Event Planning & Experiential Marketing

XIC Mumbai Admission 2022: Certificate Courses

For Certificate courses admission is granted based on the scores in XIC OET, followed by a personal interview. The college offers certificate courses in six different specialisations. The below table enlists the specialisations and their eligibility criteria:

Certificate Courses


Eligibility Criteria

Radio jockey


  • Graduate/Postgraduate degree in any discipline 
  • Candidates awaiting results are also eligible to apply

Public Speaking and Personality Enhancement

Creative Writing


Graphic Design              

Announcing, Broadcasting, Compering, Dubbing, and E-Book Narration

XIC Mumbai Application Process 2022

The XIC OET 2021 application forms open in the month of April. Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria before filling out and submitting the application form. Candidates can apply online by following the below steps:

Step I: Register online through the official website of XIC, Mumbai (candidates should note that form can only be filled in Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or higher or Google Chrome as their web browser)

Step II: Fill in the required details such as name, mobile number, email-id, course interested in, captcha number

Step III: Upload a recent scanned passport size photograph which should be in jpg format

Step IV: Pay the application fee either by Debit/ Credit card. The application fee for XIC OET is INR 3,500. Once the fee is successfully paid, candidates can click on the ‘Submit’ button to complete their application process

Step V: The admit card will be sent later on the email id mentioned in the registration form

Step VI: Lastly, candidates need to appear for GD/ Personal Interview/ Skype Interview

Click here to see a step-by-step process of application 

Documents Required:

Candidates have to bring the following list of documents for verification at the time of application:

  • Class 10 mark sheet
  • Class 12 mark sheet
  • Graduation certificate of the qualifying examination
  • Migration certificate
  • Admit card of XIC OET 2021
  • Category certificate (if applicable)
  • Class 10 pass certificate for verification of age
  • In case the result is awaited, evidence of appearing in qualifying exams
  • Self-attested photocopies of all the documents

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Saurabh Mordani | Advanced Integrated Communication Program - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 17 Jan 2020
Placements 1 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5
Amazing subjects + great faculty.

Placements: No placements provided as it's a working professionals course. Everyone is a working professional so no placements are provided. Everyone from different backgrounds come for this course because they would like to know more about how media works in the present world.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college campus is A+. It has all the latest equipment you would need for a media school. All the classrooms have a PC + Wi-Fi connection + projectors. We are shown ad films where an ad production class was h...

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Shruti Barot | PG Diploma in Public Relations and Corporate Communication - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 2 Mar 2018
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4
Insightful and worth every penny.

Placements: The internships are mandatory and a part of the course curriculum. The college assists in setting up the internships for all the 60 students. These are with the leading PR agencies in the country. Agencies like Genesis Burson-Marsteller, MSL, Text 100, Adfactors, Cohn & Wolfe are some of the names that recruit the students year on year. After your internship, most of the students are given a pre-placement offer by the firms. They have the choice to accept or reject the same. Further, at the end ...

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Shatakshi Saxena | PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 30 Mar 2020
Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 3
Our college provides a great course curriculum but has average placements.

Placements: Placements for journalism are not provided in our college. Media related companies don't visit for placements. Only advertising and PR course have placements. I suggest that don't depend on the college for placements if you are a journalism student.

Infrastructure: You don't get hostels in XIC. However, PGs are very easily available, and the college will provide a number of PGs. The infrastructure of our college is amazing, and the classrooms are spacious and well-equipped. Our college has two campuses, and one ...

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Tanvi Pathak | PG Diploma in Event Planning & Experiential Marketing - Batch of 2016
Reviewed on 21 Dec 2017
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4
The perfect place to learn and grow.

Placements: Well, we had some non-profit organisations that came for the placements. It is not necessary that you would be paid as per your expectation straight away. The starting was as basic as Rs. 15,000 per month. The students were mostly hired for the field work rather than into the research and operational process.

Infrastructure: The facilities in the college are up to the mark. We had proper computer labs, photography studio, quick responding, and student-friendly administrating staff, regular provision of class not...

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Akansha Shekhar | PG Diploma in Advertising and Marketing Communication - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 8 Apr 2019
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5
XIC provides the best college experience for a communications student.

Placements: The best placements are provided in the advertising industry. Prominent employers include Publicizes Group, Dentsu Network etc. The college helps students align their interests with the industry requirements. They ensure 100% placements for all the students.

Infrastructure: Everything that is needed to hone your skills in the advertising industry is available in the college. Wi-Fi facility is available. Well-equipped labs are available with the latest version of important software. A well-stocked library is avai...

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Does Xavier Institute of Communications have Masters degree in mass communication and journalism?

Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

4 months ago

Yes, Xavier Institute of Communications have PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. The course is conducted over week days - Monday to Saturday (9.00 am - 8.30 pm), with two to three sessions daily. Hope it helps. If you found it useful then upvote or thumbs up my answer. Good luck.


How are the placements of XIC Mumbai for PG Diploma in Journalism & Mass communication course? Do companies visit campus?

Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

4 months ago

Placements for journalism are not provided in college. Media-related companies don't visit for placements. Only advertising and PR course have placements. I suggest that don't depend on the college for placements if you are a journalism student. For more information please visithttps://www.shiksh...Placements for journalism are not provided in college. Media-related companies don't visit for placements. Only advertising and PR course have placements. I suggest that don't depend on the college for placements if you are a journalism student. For more information please visit
Hope it helps.


How many students are accepted in XIC Mumbai for PG Diploma in Journalism?

Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

4 months ago

Dear aspirant,
It's great connecting with you. Kindly check out the below link for information related to your query. https://www.shiksha.com/college/xavier-institute-of-communications-mahapalika-marg-Mumbai-320
Thank you.


I want to know if Xavier institute of communication have B.J.M.C. 3 year course or not?


Garima Batra

Contributor-Level 6

6 months ago

Hello Sanjana, Xavier does offer this course. You can apply on their website.


Could you please tell me more about the portfolio (2 presentations) which we need to send to our respective course coordinate?


Aribandi Krishna Rao

Contributor-Level 7

2 years ago

There is a traveling facility, full equipment etc. will be there in order to select.

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