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IIMC Five Master’s Courses Shortly After Getting Deemed-to-be University Status

IIMC Five Master’s Courses

The new programmes will cover areas such as media and communication governance, strategic communication, media business management and much more Click Here

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InstitutionIndian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC)
PhD programmes in2024-25 academic session
New programmesnew media, media and communication governance, strategic communication, media business management, and health communication.
Nine diploma programmesMass communication, media, and journalism
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IIMC Five Master’s Courses

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) is set to undergo a transformative phase as it assumes the status of a deemed-to-be university. This significant change paves the way for the launch of master’s degree programmes in multiple domains of media. According to reports from Careers360, the new programmes will cover areas such as new media, media and communication governance, strategic communication, media business management, and health communication. Click Here

With the deemed-university status, IIMC gets the authority to offer PhD programmes, with plans to potentially introduce them as early as the 2024-25 academic session. In addition, the institute is exploring the possibility of allowing lateral entry for graduates of its diploma programmes.

According to Careers360, Govind Singh, professor and dean of academics at IIMC explained that the institute’s commitment to offering distinctive courses aligns with the requirements laid out in the letter of intent. The institution is mandated to introduce unique courses not available elsewhere. Singh mentioned that the institute is currently engaged in formulating detailed syllabi for these courses. However, it may not be feasible to launch all the courses in the upcoming session, necessitating a phased approach across the various centers.

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Each new programme is estimated to admit around 30 students initially. This marks a significant shift for IIMC, which, until now, had 582 seats distributed across the country, maintaining a commendable gender balance with 56% of enrolled candidates being women. Click Here

IIMC, known for its prominence in media and journalism studies, operates from its headquarters in Delhi and five regional centres. Nine diploma programmes spanning various facets of mass communication, media, and journalism were previously offered by the institute. These programmes covered English and Hindi journalism, radio and television journalism, public relations and advertising, and digital media. By offering courses in languages like Odia, Marathi, Malayalam, and Urdu, the regional centres in Jammu (Jammu & Kashmir), Amravati (Maharashtra), Aizawl (Mizoram), Kottayam (Kerala), and Dhenkanal (Odisha) significantly broadened the scope for its students.

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The Government of India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting oversaw the establishment of the IIMC Delhi on August 17, 1965. Officers of the Indian Information Service (IIS) also receive training at IIMC.


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