Overview of Curriculum
The program leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism (PGDJ) builds on the student’s background in liberal arts, the sciences, law or other disciplines. During a full academic year, students work in a practical media atmosphere through their assignments in reporting, writing, editing and using presentation tools. Teacher-editors who have also been or still are working journalists critique individual assignments and closely supervise the students’ production of the in-house newspaper, magazine, web publication, television, radio and multimedia programs. A Graduate Diploma in Journalism (GDJ) for students with PUC/12th standard has similar aims, but at an easier/lower level of difficulty.
The programs consist of concentrations in Broadcast journalism (Radio, Television or TV Documentary), Print journalism (newspaper or magazine), and Multimedia journalism.