School of Broadcasting and Communication announces admissions
It houses 80 students to cater the growing demand to fill the newsrooms of media
MUMBAI, July 11, 2012:
School of Broadcasting and Communication, India’s premier media institute, invites application for graduate and post-graduate degrees in various media courses, including journalism and mass communication for the academic year 2012-13. SBC is a home to more than 80 students, who aim to become journalist and was created to cater to the growing demand to fill newsrooms.
SBC, affiliated with the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism, is recognised by Union Grant Commission (UGC). It was incorporated with a vision of providing the Indian journalism industry with trained and skilled personnel, who are equipped with the latest technology and skill-sets empowered to meet the dynamic challenges in the global landscape.
Now into its eleventh year, SBC continues to train the next generation of journalists. “It is a boom time for aspiring journalists across the country as 24-hour television news channels sprout every other month and a slew of magazines and newspapers hit the newsstands,” says Tushir Choudhary, Managing Director of SBC.
The programmes offered by SBC includes a two-year Master’s degree courses – M.A. in Broadcast Journalism, M. A. in Mass Communication, M. A. in Advertising and Public Relations and Master of Journalism – and three-year Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. “As a seat of learning, SBC aims at developing a distinctive class of media professionals. As an institute, our endeavor is to set a precedent where expertise, experience and ethics go hand in hand,” pointed out Jhahnvi Bhargava, Associate Director of SBC.
Admission Procedure and Eligibility Criteria:
Bachelors Degree from a recognised university, Entrance examination, GMAT, GRE, GATE scores accepted for Master’s Degree courses. Higher Secondary School Certificate (10 + 2), Entrance examination, SAT scores accepted. Those awaiting final year results can also apply.
SBC Prospectus & Application Form can be obtained from the School of Broadcasting and Communication by submitting cash / draft for INR 500 for Indian nationals and US$ 50 for NRIs and foreign nationals, payable to School of Broadcasting & Communication, Mumbai. This can be done through courier, email or in person. Please address all correspondence to the following address: School of Broadcasting & Communication, Andhakshi Building, 37, Gilbert Hill Road, Near Bhavans College, Andheri (West), Mumbai – 400 058 Tel: +91-22-2625 0608 / 09 Email: email@example.com
LATERAL ENTRY for MA: After successfully completing the above graduate programme, students are fully qualified to join the industry and start their career. However, students who want to opt for higher studies are eligible for the Master’s Degree programme.