ABOUT THE COURSE
The three-month certificate courses in Television and Internet Journalism are offered by Bharati College, in collaboration with ANI School of Media Studies.
The courses aim to provide excellence and professionalism, along with imparting practical training of media. The thrust of these courses is on practical aspects of media training, where each course is divided as follows:
30 per cent: Theory classes
65 per cent: Practical
10 Hours: Guest lectures
12 Hours: Special lectures
The courses have been designed as per the requirements of the industry. The certificate courses in Television and Internet journalism are crafted to provide specialization in their respective streams.
Here, we strive hard to enable students to take up assignments immediately after completing the course. Despite our rigorous training programme, we make education fun for students without compromising on the requisites of different vocations of journalism. The professors and other faculty members work hand-in-hand with students in helping them attain excellence.
To seek admission to the Certificate Course in Television Journalism or Internet Journalism, candidates must clear a written test and an interview. The written test, which is meant to ascertain their aptitude for journalism, will test their general knowledge, media awareness and language skills and will carry a weightage of 80% and the interview a weightage of 20%.
Introduction to Broadcast Journalism
- Electronic News Gathering
- Reporting and Writing for Television
- Reporting and Writing for Radio
- Tools of Television Journalism
- Tools of Radio Journalism
- Covering Local News
- Covering Media Events
- Video etiquette
- News presentation
- News Packaging
- Multi Media - Internet
- Writing for Internet
- Social Networking
- Globalization and Media
- Globalization and Media
- Cyber Culture
- Distribution Platforms
- Online Social Movements
- National Security
The fee for each course is Rs 25,000, payable in two installments
Rs 15,000 at the time of admission.
Rs 10,000 by the end of August
The fees will not be refunded once classes start.
Number of Seats
Television Journalism: 30
Internet Journalism: 50
10+2 certificate with 50 per cent marks for both the certificate courses.
|70 percent attendance is mandatory. Students will not be allowed to sit in exams if they fail to meet this requirement.
Since great emphasis is placed on practical training, 50 per cent weightage will be given to projects/ practicals
The scheme of examination will be as follows:
Internal Assessment: 5 per cent
Practicals: 45 per cent
Theory: 45 per cent
Attendance: 5 per cent
Sale of application form starts: Monday, 18th June, 2012
Last date for submission of form: Wednesday, 18 July, 2012
Entrance test: Tuesday, 24 July 2012
Notification of result:Friday, 27 July 2012 on the college notice board
Interview:Monday, 30 July 2012 at 1 1 am in the college
Last date for payment of fees: Friday, 3 August 2012
Classes will start from:Monday, 6 August 2012 at 2:00 pm