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Given the current information explosion and the rise of digital media, there is a growing need for journalists who understand the ins and outs of balanced news and new journalistic tools. The director at Shoolini's School of Media & Communications is veteran & practising journalist Vipin Pubby. He comes with 40 years of experience and is a former Resident Editor of The Indian Express. Besides Pubby, the school's other director Nishtha Shukla Anand is a journalist with past experience in India Today and Reuters. She is also Director Communications at Shoolini. The faculty also comprises experts from various new-age mediums such as radio, films, television and digital media.

Real-Life Media Experiences on Campus

1. Students produce the Shoolini Newsletter

The school prides itself on the fortnightly Shoolini Newsletter that the students publish. It covers campus news as the students scout around as real reporters. They complete the production by editing stories, designing pages, clicking pictures and sending it to print at the Indian Express press. 

2. English & Hindi bulletins of the students & by the students 

Students are groomed as TV anchors and reporters to produce a Shoolini Samvad in Hindi and a Shoolini TV in English. Again, students work as reporters and anchors to generate news. They also get to hone their video editing, graphic designing and animation skills as they produce the complete bulletin using the studio facilities available on campus.

Watch the Shoolini Samvad on YouTube.

Watch Shoolini TV on YouTube.

3. Radio Shoolini

Shoolini also has a campus radio called 'Radio Shoolini' that gives students the opportunity to showcase their skills as anchors of general entertainment. They also work as interviewers to speak to guests who are faculty from the campus as well as guests who visit the campus. 

While Radio Shoolini is internal to the campus, listen to some of our podcasts on Spotify.


Expert visiting faculty is invited to interact with students from various fields of communication such as advertising, PR, photography, graphic designing, and corporate communication 

Internships at leading media companies such as News18 TV, ABP, News Nation TV, Punjab Kesari TV, PTC Group, Hindustan Times, Times of India, The Indian Express, The Tribune, Dainik Bhaskar, Amar Ujala, Fusion PR, Adfactor PR, i-Catchers PR, Bingo Media and

Students visit newspaper offices and TV/Radio stations to get a feel of buzzing newsrooms

Apply for 2+2 study abroad programs to pursue multidisciplinary avenues

Complete placement support for students who wish to pursue jobs in journalism & allied industries


BA Journalism and Mass Communication3 years10+2 (in any stream) with minimum 55% marks
BCA Gaming and Graphics3 years10+2 (in any stream) with minimum 55% marks
MA Journalism & Mass Communication2 yearsGraduation in any discipline with Journalism as one of the subjects and minimum 55% marks
MBA in Communications Management2 yearsA bachelor’s degree (any discipline) with minimum 50% marks
PhD Journalism3 yearsFour year graduation degree by research or Master’s degree in related discipline with minimum 55% marks
PhD Mass Communication3 yearsFour year graduation degree by research or Master’s degree in related discipline with minimum 55% marks
PhD Public Relations3 yearsFour year graduation degree by research or Master’s degree in related discipline with minimum 55% marks