Wardha Central University Scaling New Heights In Hindi Journalism

WARDHA:The mass communication department of the Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya (MGAHU) Wardha has been successfully carrying out its mandate to promote ‘excellence’ in Hindi journalism which has been dominated by English media in the national mainstream.

The department of  Mass Communication thrives on the constant flow of impulses between Academia and society at large. At the same time mass communication deptt. strive to maintain the qualities that only an academic institution can offer. Mass Communication courses provide practical skills and knowledge and equip students to think independently and critically.

The deptt. of mass communication’s research is attuned to the needs of Indian society – government and public authorities, the media sector, professional organizations, etc., but mass communication deptt. also maintain and develop the capacity for basic research on journalism, the media and communication.

Media can be a starting point to understand global events, such as news reporting of environmentalism and natural disasters, political culture and social movements, or imagination and storytelling in popular culture. Media can also be a starting point to understand the routine, everyday nature of social interaction with screen culture and mobile media, in public and private spheres, in local and global environments.

Media’s role in contemporary politics, society and culture is all encompassing. The mass communication deptt. are witnessing a revolution in communications – print media, film, television and radio, photography, mobile and social media are a continuous presence in our everyday lives. The study of media matters in understanding knowledge, people and power in our experience of social life.

The mass communication teaching includes national and international scope for theorising and researching media, using real case studies, and a range of materials that emphasises experiential learning where students engage in dialogue and critical thinking about media, society and culture.

The mass communication deptt. offer students expertise in media and communication research, in theory and empirical research, in public service and commercial media, and in international policy and production sectors. Postgraduate students participate in a lively research department with regular international conferences, seminars and events.

Students from this programme will be prepared for professional opportunities in research education, academic careers, media and cultural industries, national and international policy and production sectors, commercial and public service organisations and NGOs. Above all, mass communication students will have the critical skills necessary to evaluate and critically understand media in a range of professional and private spheres.

Deptt. of Mass Communication offers following programmes:

Courses Offered

1.) M.A. in Mass Communication

  • Duration: 2 years,Intake: 30

2.) M. Phil in Mass Communication

  • Duration: 2 year, Intake: 06

3.) Ph. D in Mass Communication

  • Duration: 3 years, Intake: 03

4.) Master of Journalism (MJ)

  • Duration: 1 year, Intake: 20

5.) Bachelor of Journalism (BJ)

  • Duration: 1 year, Intake: 20

6.) Post Graduate Diploma in Electronic Media

  • Duration: 1 year, Intake: 15

 7.) Post Graduate Diploma in Advertisment & Public Relation

  • Duration: 1 Year,  Intake: 15

8.) Post Graduate Diploma in Hindi Journalism

  • Duration: 1 Year,  Intake: 15

9.) Post Graduate Diploma in Marathi Journalism

  • Duration: 1 Year,  Intake: 15Note: Deptt.of Mass-Communication Helpline Number is 07152251170

 

 

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