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Indian Institute of Mass Communication! - 25-Jan-2022

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The Indian Institute of Mass Communication was established to set global standards for media education, research, extension and training. 

Established in the year 1965, the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) started with a small staff, including two consultants from UNESCO. In the first few years, the Institute organized training courses mainly for Central Information Service Officers and undertook research studies on a modest scale. 

Then, international training programme, the Post-graduate Diploma Course in Journalism for Developing Countries, for middle level working journalists from Afro-Asian countries, was started. 

A number of specialized short courses of one week to three months duration were added subsequently by the Institute to meet the training needs of communication professionals working in various media/publicity outfits of the central/state governments and public sector organizations. Over the years, IIMC has expanded and now offers regular Post-graduate Diploma Courses.


Centres: Odisha, Mizoram Maharashtra, Jammu and Kerala


PG Diploma programs: Journalism studies are offered in languages like Maharashtra, Urdu, Odisha, Hindi, English, Radio and TV journalism, Advertising and Public Relationship. 

Diploma Programs: Development Journalism

Short Term Programs: It offers short term courses like Media Communication, Corporate Communication, Media Relations, Crisis Communication, Digital Media, Social Media, Interpersonal Communication, Media Management, Creativity and Communication Research. 

IIMC also provides training to officials from the Indian Information Service and special classes to journalists from developed nations.              

Eligibility: Must have completed any UG studies to pursue PG Diploma studies such as Journalism and Public relationship.

Admission process: Admissions are carried out based on the scores obtained in written test and interview. Entrance test is conducted in 25 cities such as Delhi, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Patna, Lucknow, Mumbai, Bangalore, Guwahati, Chennai, Kochi and Pune. 

For more details: http://iimc.nic.in/     


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