Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

Course Details

Duration: 2 Years
Intake: 20
FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees: ₹ 1,35,500
FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students: US $ 3300
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list – Preference Wise:
I – Merit in MRNAT 2018
II – Marks in Qualifying Exam

Eligibility Criteria

50% marks in any stream at graduation level from a recognized university with pass in English in 10+2.


Masters of Journalism and Mass Communication is a two years degree programme divided into four semesters. Media today has become a part and participle of every body’s life and therefore MJMC provides an excellent opportunity for the individuals who want to seek an in-depth knowledge of the media industry and hone their skills in its various fields. The program aims at imparting a balanced knowledge of practical as well as theoretical fields of the industry along with the research works



  • 1st semester – Introduction to Journalism and Media History, Communication Theory, Print Journalism , Advertising and Brand Management , Media and Industry Professions , Print Media Lab
  • 2nd semester – Event Management, Electronic Media, Public and Corporate Communication, Media Ethics and Law, Media Market and Research Method, Electronic Media Lab
  • 3rd semester – Media writing, Development Communication, Radio and TV Journalism, Online Journalism and New Media , Media Management
  • 4th semester – Media Issues and Debates, Business Journalism, Sports Journalism, Entertainment Journalism, Case Method Project, Internship , Comprehensive Viva

Special Attractions

  • State of Art infrastructure
  • Regular tours inside and outside Delhi/NCR
  • Industry Visits
  • Documentary film festival
  • Short film festival
  • Photography Competition
  • Research: Surveys, Case study projects
  • Regular Conferences and Seminar on media-related topics
  • Regular Panel Discussion and News Reading sessions

Teaching Methodology

  • Classroom lecture by faculty
  • Live experience shared by media personality
  • In hand knowledge imparted by experiences media persons
  • Practical training in Radio Jockeying facilitated by Radio Manav Rachna
  • Regular channel visits organized
  • Practical photography sessions organized inside and outside campus
  • Workshops on Personality Development organized
  • Workshops on Communication Skills
  • Workshop for Anchoring and Reporting in various fields

FMeH conducts workshops on various aspects of broadcast journalism for both B.A and M.A – Journalism and Mass Communication programmes, keeping in view the current technology trends, innovations in journalism and up to date workflows for news television. These workshops shall cover reporting, anchoring, breaking news, news production and the role of a producer, different departments of a news channel, writing for television news, the newsroom scenario, operations – live PCR / camera/ editing / technical overview of modern television newsrooms and Digital Media.


Television: Reporter, Anchor, Producer, Copy Editor, Script Writer, Researcher, Production Executive, Video Jockey. Radio: Radio Jockey/ Anchor, News Reader, Reporter, Producer, Programme Executive, Script Writer, Copy Writer. Internet & Mobile: Content Writer, content designer. Newspaper and Magazine: Reporter/ Correspondent, Feature Writer, Business Writer, Copyeditor, Sub-editor, Photographer. Event Management: Event Executive, Event Manager and Event Designer. There are a plethora of career avenues in both Public and Private sector for the students of Journalism and Mass Communication.