Full Time | Classroom | Bachelor's Degree
Course Content: Objective : Provides quality education with technical know-how related to the field of Journalism Stress is given on the development of creative skills and power of expression in order to attain the competitive edge. The course is a judicious blend of theory and practical skills. Continuous interaction between students and media organization, agencies and media personalities makes the students eff...
The media is considered as the fourth pillar of democracy, it is the rapidly growing field in country. The School of Journalism and Mass Communication, aims to prepare renowned media professionals, who are totally suitable to industry needs.
It aims to give quality education to students through latest in theory and giving of practical experiences through field visits, educational tours, guest lectures etc.
GENERAL RULES OF ADMISSION IN VARIOUS COURSES
HOW TO APPLY - A candidate can apply to appear in CET 2012 through submitting an
online application form available at www.mponline.gov.in.
The candidate is advised to apply for admission only if he/she fulfills the eligibility requirements.
The onus of checking appropriate eligibility lies with the candidate. Candidate must read and
understand the details given in the guidelines available on the web site www.dauniv.ac.in in
carefully before filling the application form.
Ensure that you have correctly marked your category. Change of category shall not be
accepted thereafter at any stage.
Indicate choice of groups as per your eligibility. You can opt for more than one group within UG
and PG courses, if you fulfill the eligibility requirements.
For UG Courses of Group B, C is Rs. 1000/- + Rs. 50/- (Online Service Charges) and Group G
is Rs. 500/- + Rs. 50/- (Online Service Charges).
For PG Courses of Group A is Rs. 1000/- + Rs. 50/- (Online Service Charges) and Group D,E
and F is Rs. 500/- + Rs. 50/- (Online Service Charges).
No documents are to be enclosed along with the online application form. Only photograph is to
be attached along with the online form.
Candidate is required to report at the given date and time at the test center mentioned in the
The candidates who fail to indicate the appropriate reservation category in the respective
column of the application form will not have any claim for the reservation later on.
The name of the candidate must be the same as given in the mark sheet of the qualifying
examination of the Board/University. Competent authorities should certify the discrepancies
in the names of various mark sheets, if any.
Non-appearance in the written test and counseling, for whatsoever reason, will automatically
disqualify the candidature for the admission.
The Information given in the online application form will be verified at the time of counseling /
admission form the original documents by the University. Therefore, if it is found that
a successful application has provided incorrect or false information or withheld some relevant
information at the time of filling up the online application form, the applicant shall be
debarred from admission or his admission can be cancelled at any time during the course of
his/her studies without giving him any prior notice.
In case any Board of examination/ University / Institute does not show percentage of marks in
the mark sheet, a certificate from the competent authority of the Board/ University / Institute
must be produced stating equivalent percentage of marks as well as conversion formula used,
along with the mark sheet at the time of counseling.