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With the information explosion, fuelled by the rise of unregulated social media, there is a need today for credible and balanced news sources. Responsible journalism includes checking and cross-checking facts and figures, giving space to different shades of views and maintaining objectivity. The growing hunger for correct news and detached news analysis makes the study of Journalism and Mass Communication an attractive and paying career option.

Veteran & practising journalist Vipin Pubby is a mentor for the Journalism & New Media department at Shoolini University. He has 40 years of experience and is a former Editor of The Indian Express.

Besides Prof Vipin Pubby, the faculty comprises experienced teachers and experts in Radio/TV mediums. Also, experts in various fields are invited to conduct workshops and deliver interactive lectures.


Practical training is an integral part of the curriculum. Students of Journalism & New Media bring out an in-house newspaper. Students are groomed as TV anchors/reporters, print and digital journalists, and RJs.

Expert visiting faculty is invited to interact with students on journalism and mass communication, including PR, photography and Corporate Communication. 

Personalised attention is given to each student, keeping his or her individual interest and inclination in mind.

Students are taken to newspaper offices and TV/Radio stations to get a feel of the actual offices.

Internships with newspapers and TV/Radio Stations is organised for practical experience.

Students desirous of availing student exchange programme are encouraged to apply for a semester abroad.

Students are helped with placements after completion of the 3-year BJMC course, as this is the basic qualification required for jobs in the field.

Weekly TV Bulletins are brought out in English and Hindi to train students in different aspects of TV Journalism.

Why Enroll?

  • Mentorship from practicing journalists
  • Practical experience in TV, Radio & Print


BA Journalism and Mass Communication3 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

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Student Voices

Vishakha Thakur (BAJMC)

Vishakha Thakur (BAJMC)

The experienced faculty guided and supported me every step of the way, bringing out the best in me. I applied my newfound skills during my paid internship and got rave reviews. Thanks to the networking and professional development at Shoolini, I got placed at 3.0 TV in Mumbai.

Aarushi Mishra (BJMC)

Aarushi Mishra (BJMC)

I take pride in telling the world that I am a student of Shoolini and have been mentored by veteran journalist Vipin Pubby. I am grateful to him for making a confident journalist out of me. Thanks to the practical training, I was placed at WebBila as Senior Marketing Executive.

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