Department of Journalism And Mass Communication

The discipline of Journalism and Mass Communication found its inception in the colleges of Himachal Pradesh in the year 2009 as a self-financed course, initially up to the level of an Advanced Diploma. However, due to the burgeoning popularity of this subject, it evolved into a full-fledged graduation program. As the adage goes, ‘to be informed is to be empowered,’ and Media Studies encapsulates this notion. When knowledge is amalgamated with skill development, students are immersed in both theoretical and practical facets, mentally and physically preparing them to navigate the demanding roles within the media and its associated domains. The Institution not only motivates but also assists students in securing internships and job placements.

Consequently, many secure employment during or immediately after graduation. Several successfully clear entrance exams for esteemed institutions, pursue advanced studies, and secure positions within various media outlets. Media, often referred to as the ‘fourth pillar of our Constitution,’ wields significant influence, and as such, we endeavor to instill ethical foundations in our students. This ensures that they evolve into responsible citizens, journalists, and adept media professionals.

Yearly Student Enrollments

B.A. (JOURNALISM) 1st Year
B.A. (JOURNALISM) 2nd Year
B.A. (JOURNALISM) 3rd Year

Eigibility Criteria

Programme/Course/Level Duration Eligibility Adimission Procedure
B.A. / UG 3 Years 10+2 On merit basis

Faculty Members

Dr. Pankaj

Assistant Professor

Name Designation Teaching Experience Mobile E-mail
Dr. Pankaj Assistant Professor – Years

Courses offered in the Department

I Principles of communication.BJMCPAC101 Introduction to radio and television. BJMC PAC102
II Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations. BJMCPAC202 New Media communication. BJMCPAC202 Reporting Editing and Feature Writing BJMCPAS303P204P. Skills for new media BJMCPAS204P
III Community and traditional media BJMCPAD102 Introduction to photojournalism. BJMCPAD302P Communication skillsBJMCPAS303P. Film Appreciation Skills BJMCPAS304

Course Outcome

Principles of communication BJMC PAC101.introduction to radio and television. BJMCPAC101. Develops communication skills and employment in electronic media
Introduction to advertising and public relations BJMCPAC201. Introduction to photojournalism Numidia communication. community in traditional media.BJMCPAD302P,BJMCPAD102 Employment in the field of advertising and public relations Work
Reporting editing and feature writing BJMCPAS303P,Skills for new media BJMCPADP. Opportunities in the Department of Social work and online jobs and as photojournalists
Communication Skills BJMCPAS303P. Equips them for work in all fields of communication and media outlet
Film appreciation skills BJMCPAS304. Skills are developed for jobs as film critics and consent writer.