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BJMC or Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication is a 3-year undergraduate degree for the aspirants who wish to pursue their career in the field of journalism and media industry.
BJMC course’s main aim is to expose students to recent research and development in the media field and the hot topics or issues floating around.
To get eligible for this course, you need to secure a minimum score of 50% in 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized university/board. If you are appearing/appeared for any entrance exam like IPU CET for IP University Admission, DU Journalism Entrance Test, or any other exam, then also you can apply for this course.
BJMC Eligibility Criteria
To pursue BJMC from a good and reputed college or university, one must meet the below-mentioned eligibility criteria:
• Minimum aggregate 50% score in 10+2 from a recognized board or university.
• The age of the aspirant should be 17 years or above.
• Candidates appearing/appeared for the entrance examination can also apply for admission.
The eligibility criteria may vary from college to college, depending upon the institute you are applying for.
BJMC Admission Process
BJMC is a universally opted course. Journalism, media, and communication are the sources of relevant and trusted information. In this BJMC course, students are shortlisted on the basis of entrance exam scores followed by personal interview and group discussion rounds. Private colleges offer this journalism course in the name of BJMC and in Delhi University, this course is named as BA (Hons.) Journalism and Mass communication. The admission process for this course varies from institute to institute according to their admission policies.
While applying for Admissions on the basis of merit, keep in mind your aggregate score in 10+2 grade. Then colleges release merit lists depending upon the number of seats available in that course. Your seat will be locked after the final payment for the course admission.
Entrance-Exam Based Admission:
Few of the colleges and universities also offer this course on the basis of entrance exam scores. There are plenty of colleges and state level entrance exams for which you might have to appear for admission. Through this mode, seats can only be locked after the result declaration of the exam. If you clear the national level entrance exam, you will be offered a number of college choices, and you can take admission in the college of your choice.