Programme Overview : BMC

Mass Communication is a medium of dispersing information to a large number of people. The term is not limited to only journalism but spreads its branches to various other media fields including newsgathering, reporting, film directions, production, event management, public relations, advertising, corporate communication, and the list continues.

In recent years, the field of Bachelor of mass media and communication has evolved into a partially interactive concept that touches almost every aspect of human life. With the sheer proliferation of media into our lives through newspapers, television, and the internet the field of mass communications is gaining popularity like never before.

Bachelor of mass media and communication course offers numerous career opportunities to candidates which are not just high paying but also bring in job satisfaction and expressions of creativity.

Why Should You Choose BJMC?

With the rise of media in this new era, BJMC is the prevalent career choice among youngsters. Bachelor of mass media and communication as a field involves communicating over different mediums to a large group of people. The scope of this industry is increasing as it is a vast field of great opportunities which requires professional & technical skills to make a successful career in it. The course teaches about various mass mediums such as radio, television, newspapers, films, online media, public relations (PR), advertising, etc. This course curates the professional skills which are required to make a successful carrier in this industry. BJMC course offers many lucrative job opportunities and is not just limited to journalism or news writing. It has a broad window of opportunities such as advertising agencies, broadcasting corporations, legal affairs departments, news agencies, periodicals and magazines, and so on.

Promising Sectors of BMC

BMC Course has immense sectors to explore & make a professional career. It serves great opportunities for the students in the world of media where they can have high paying & self satisfactory jobs. Some of the profiles that the candidate can hold after choosing BMC Course are:

  1. Journalist: The main role of a journalist is to find news through various sources such as research and interviews, report it, document it, and present it honestly and ethically via any mass medium – newspaper, TV channel, or online news.
  2. TV Anchor: A TV anchor gathers information, writes his/ her own stories, and reads them out to the audience. The job role of a TV anchor also includes reading stories written by other reporters.
  3. News Editor: One of the main responsibilities of a news editor is to decide which story is worthy to be covered. A news editor also assigns work to reporters, check for accuracy of the news, and writes headlines.
  4. Video Jockey: A Video Jockey or VJ is an announcer who introduces music videos on different music TV channels. Sometimes, a VJ also conducts interviews with TV personalities.
  5. Radio Jockey: A Radio Jockey or RJ has the responsibility of playing music, holding discussions with listeners and conducting interviews with different celebrities on the radio.
  6. Feature Writer: A feature writer is responsible for writing long, in-depth articles that are usually a mix of news writing and narrative storytelling. This means that through in-depth articles, a feature writer presents facts in a way that is creative and informative.
  7. Columnist: The job role of a columnist is to analyze news, create a perspective on it through personal knowledge as well as research and write a column. A column can appear at different places including newspapers, magazines, and blogs.
  8. Photo Journalist: A picture speaks more than a thousand words. A photojournalist is an artist with a camera who by using technical skills and artistic ability clicks pictures of people, landscapes, places, etc. & gives an appropriate caption to them. A photographer can work for a publication/ TV channel and can also choose to operate his/ her own business.
  9. Public Relations Officer: A Public Relations Officer (PRO) is responsible for understanding and supporting its clients. A PRO is also responsible for handling all aspects of planned publicity campaigns and different PR activities

Course Details

SEMESTER-1 SEMESTER-2 SEMESTER-3
ENGLISH - 1 ENGLISH - 2 PUBLIC RELATIONS
SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATION SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATION-2 PRINT JOURNALISM
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION MASS COMMUNICATION THEORIES TELEVISION PRODUCTION
RADIO BROADCASTING DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION ADVERTISING
WRITING FOR THE MEDIA BASIC IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ELECTIVE 1 WITH COMMUNICATIVE HINDI
ELECTIVE 2 WITH COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
BASIC IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS MEDIA EDUCATION PRINT JOURNALISM AND ADVERTISING (PRACT)
DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION - 1 DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION - 2 TELEVISION PRODUCTION - 1 (PRACT)
SEMESTER-4 SEMESTER-5 SEMESTER-6
TELEVISION PRODUCTION MEDIA CRITICISM MEDIA ENTREPRENEURSHIP
CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS AND MEDIA MEDIA ETHICS
COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OJT MEDIA ETHICS
FILM STUDIES OJT TELEVISION PRODUCTION
TELEVISION PRODUCTION PROJECT & VIVA
PHOTOJOURNALISM PROJECT & VIVA
DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION PROJECT & VIVA

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Fee Structure

Semester Tuition Fee (Rs) Payment Date
1st Rs. 40,000/- At the time of Admission
2nd Rs. 40,000/- By 15th Jan
(1st Year)
3rd Rs. 40,000/- By 15th Jun
(2nd Year)
4th Rs. 40,000/- By 15th Jan
(2nd Year)
5th Rs. 40,000/- By 15th Jun
(3rd Year)
6th Rs. 40,000/- By 15th Jan
(3rd Year)
TOTAL Rs. 2,40,000/-

Fee Structure of the Students who applied for DRCC

Year Tuition Fee (Rs) Payment Date
1st Year Rs. 80,000/- By 15th June
2nd Year Rs. 80,000/- By 15th Jan
3rd Year Rs. 80,000/- By 15th June

Hostel Charges:

Rs 5,500/-per month
Quarterly Hostel fee : Rs 16,000/-
Half Yearly : 32,000/-
Yearly : 64,000/-
Separate hostel for boys and girls with Wi-Fi and gym.

Payment Date: By 5th of each month

Note:

1. All Payments should be done through Cheque or Demand Draft drawn in favour of “International School of Management” payable at Patna

2.University and uniform charges are included in the fee.

3.Library and Lab Charges are included in the fee.

Bank Details of the Institute:-

Name: International School of Management
A/c no: - 442120110000383
Bank Name: Bank of India, C&P Branch, Boring Road, Patna
IFSC Code: - BKID0004421

Eligibility

minimum 50% marks is required in 10+2 from any recognised higher secondary education board with English as a subject.

BMC SCHOLARSHIP

  1. 10+2 scholarship above 60% - Rs. 10,000/-
  2. Girl's scholarship - Rs. 10,000/-
  3. Defence Scholarship- 10,000/-