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MA (Print Journalism)

School: Jagran School of Journalism and Communication
Course length: 2 Years

Fee Structure (In ):

Tuition Fee
(Per Annum)
Exam Fee
(Per Annum)
Alumni Fee
(One – Time)
Caution Money
(One – Time)
Digitalization Fee
(Per Annum)
Admission Fee
(One – Time)
65,000 12,000 10,000 5,000 8,000 20,000

Course Objectives:

MA (Print Journalism) is aimed at people who have decided to pursue a career in Newspaper & magazine as well as various editorials, publishing houses and content creating organisation in this multimedia communication environment. Our aim is to help you to get your first job in a highly competitive industry.

Key modules offered in this course:

Introduction to Mass Media and Society

Page Layout & Designing-I 

Photographic  Communication

Media Law, Regulations and Ethics

Specialized Reporting

Editorial & Feature Writing

Media Analysis & Criticism

New Media and Digital Story telling

Photo Journalism

Development Journalism

Business and Finance Journalism 

Communication Research & Methods

Newspaper Management & Entrepreneurship Journalism

Investigative Reporting

Introduction to Film: Form, Content, Narrative

Lifestyle and Travel Journalism

Portfolio Management

Multimedia Journalism and Content Management

Career options upon completion of the course:

The Master of Arts in Print Journalism is a course with academic and professional orientations that can lead to careers with communication responsibilities in a broad array of domains – journalism, corporations, professional associations, media industries, arts and community groups, NGOs, government, education – or to further study and research in the Media and Communication Ph.D. program. 

Studying journalism opens doors to a range of careers where your creativity, writing, communication and research skills are invaluable. If your aim is to work directly within journalism, it's vital that you build up a portfolio of work and gain as much relevant experience as possible. Working on a student newspaper, campus magazine or campus radio station will be helpful. You could also start your own blog to develop your writing style and interview techniques. Take advantage of any work placements on your course to gain experience and make contacts within the industry.  You could also find opportunities by contacting print production houses, radio outlets, magazines and newspapers. Show an enthusiasm for their subject matter and ask if they have any work experience schemes. Writing voluntarily for websites, print publications or other media outlets will also add to your portfolio and display your skills.

Eligibility Criteria: Graduation with minimum 50% or an equivalent qualification in any discipline from an institute affiliated to a university or any university recognised by UGC. The Selection of candidate will be made based on their academic meri, JLU entrance exam and performance in the Personal Interview round.