Multimedia Journalism


More media houses are adding online/web to their print and/or broadcast offerings, and updating them regularly. In Multimedia, students learn solid reporting skills along with the technical skills needed for presenting news online. This “Convergence” programme combines print and broadcast into online with texts and images that are updated frequently. Students create their multimedia website, and do everything from gathering and writing content to publishing their work.

Web-publishing software is used to design, create and operate web publications as part of the course work. Lectures, seminars with guest speakers, individual assignments and workshops form part of the pedagogy.


Core coursesArea of Specialisations (Choose one specialisation from the following list)
Electives (Choose four electives from the following list)

Reporting and Writing for Multimedia
Tools of Multimedia
Ethical and Legal Issues in Journalism
Convergence Across Media
Critical Thinking in Journalism

Remedial English
Media Workshop
Master’s Thesis

Business and Financial Reporting
Development Journalism
International News Coverage
Political Reporting

Digital Photo Journalism
Television News Features
Covering Health and Environmental Issues
Covering Science and Technology
Radio News Features
Magazine Writing
Investigative Reporting
Sports Reporting
Opinion and Editorial Writing
Covering the Arts and Cultural Events
Covering Social and Religious Issues
Rural Reporting


One-year Postgraduate Diploma (PGDJ) program (Two Semesters)
Total tuition feeRs. 4,25,000
One-year Diploma program (Two Semesters)
Total tuition feeRs. 4,15,000
Hostel fees (housing and meals)
Housing fees:Rs. 30,000
Meals:Rs. 90,000

Multimedia Department Head

Prof. Kanchan Kaur

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