Courses

Diploma/PG Diploma Courses

  • Broadcast Journalism
    • Introduction to Mass Communication and Communication Technology
    • Visual Communication
    • History and theories of Broadcast Journalism
    • Understanding news, news writing and reporting for TV & Radio
    • Research for News and Sources of News Reporting
    • Media for social change: development communication
    • Indoor & outdoor Photography
    • Video production: videography & studio lighting
    • Non Linear Editing
    • Sound for video production
    • News Anchoring, Interview for Television, Voice Over, Body Language
    • Basic computer applications
    • New Media
    • Introduction to media management
    • Radio & Television current affairs program
    • Media law & ethics
    • Final project
    Television Program Production
    • Theories of mass communication & development communication
    • History of Television, Radio & Film
    • Film Appreciation
    • Television formats, TV stations and news organizations
    • Indoor & outdoor Photography
    • Introduction to broadcast equipments
    • Video production: Pre production to Post production
    • Sound for video production
    • Single camera and multi-camera productions
    • Studio lighting
    • Non Linear editing
    • Script Writing
    • New media
    • Introduction to media management
    • Economy of media
    • Final project

     

    Journalism & Mass Communication
    • Introduction to Communication : Theories and Models of Communication
    • Mass Communication and Communication Technology
    • Research for News and Sources of News Reporting
    • News reporting and Anchoring for television
    • Indoor and Outdoor Photography
    • Camera technology
    • News paper & magazine production
    • Story writing
    • Video Editing
    • New media
    • Introduction to media management
    • Economy of media
    • Media law & ethics
    • Final project

Duration: One Year
Eligibility: 10+2 (for Diploma) and Graduation (for PG Diploma) 
Admission process: Portfolio and Interview

To meet out the needs of the industry the curriculum of the course is based on workshops. By the end of each workshop students will produce an output in the form of a script, video sequence, project report etc which will give them understanding of the latest techniques in video programme production and enrich their portfolio.

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