The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication (HJUJ) aims to be one of India’s finest universities devoted to media studies and mass communication. The university is named after an illustrious former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, the late Haridev Joshi, who began his public life as a freedom fighter and journalist in the tribal Banswara region. HJUJ, the dream child of Rajasthan’s forward-looking Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, is mandated to lead three core programmes -- teaching, training, and research – embracing a broad social mission to impart high caliber journalistic education to strengthen democratic values and processes in society.
Located in Jaipur, the capital of India’s largest State Rajasthan, HJUJ offers an array of innovative courses in journalism and mass communication to combine both theory and practice at the graduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. Committed to instilling quality in education and make it responsive to fast-changing global trends, HJUJ will adopt media-study-tools to impart professional skills and lead students, including those belonging to weaker sections of society, towards advanced educational opportunities.
Need for Independent Media
An autonomous and independent mass media is joie de vivre to promoting public welfare, protecting peoples’ fundamental rights and basic entitlements. India has a long tradition of a pluralistic, fair and independent press that rose to prominence through its deep involvement in the country’s Freedom Struggle. In recent decades, other mass media like radio, television, cinema and digital or ‘new’ media have also earned enormous recognition. Through Its multiple academic programmers dovetailed with fast emerging issue-based practical sessions and in-plant training schedules, HJUJ will strive to function as a media-laboratory to roll out ethically competent professionals in various segments of the fast expanding media industry.
India’s Vibrant Media Industry
As one of the world's fastest-growing economies, India prides in enjoying a greatly independent and fiercely vibrant media. With rising literacy levels, newspaper circulation is growing rapidly and new magazines, several being dedicated to specialized segments of society and economy, are being launched. A score of new television channels is being licensed annually. The Fourth Estate has become a much profitable platform promising an exciting basket of visible and invisible advantages. Importantly, it is also being adored by society’s almost all strata. India’s media-explosion, therefore, deserves consolidating its core competence and inherent strengths, overcoming it’s too obvious limitations, improving its incisive arsenal and enhancing its ethical values.
HJUJ aims to fulfill this felt need through its multi-disciplined and creative academic programmers that will provide opportunities for personal and professional enrichment to its students and faculty. In doing so, the university hopes to strengthen the process that leads to the formation of a scholarly community dedicated to the development of thoughtful, creative, sensitive and responsible journalists and citizens. The curriculum meets the fast-growing demand for trained journalists and its courses in print, broadcast, telecast, cinema, film, advertising, public relations, marketing, response, online media, etc., embody the best practices.
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Entrance Test (70%) + Graduation Marks(30%)
The Aspirants those appear in the Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication examination 2018 for the UG and PG courses HJUJ had planned to organize the examinations for all first, Second and Third parts and all those who were preparing for it must need the dates to prepare according to it. We hope this exam timetable will be helpful to make a study plan according to your work schedule. If more details to go and visit the official webpage of the university.
All the Aspirants are informed that the huge number of Aspirants are pursuing in the Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication in various Courses. Now this time all the Aspirants have required the Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication Undergraduate and Postgraduate Exam Time Table 2018 for the Exam Preparation. We have suggested all the Aspirants of the Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication not announced the Exam Programme yet but it will be published as soon on the official web portal in the upcoming month. So, all the Aspirants continue their study for getting the higher score in this examination. Here we are provided direct links to download Exam Date Sheet.
Enrolled Aspirants in the Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication Undergraduate/Postgraduate programme can download HJUJ Admit Card to appear in Undergraduate/ Postgraduate program exams. The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication releases HJUJ Exam Hall Ticket couple of weeks before the exam dates. So, you must get your HJUJ Admit Card soon via online mode.
The Aspirants who are going to appear for the annual exams advised downloading admit card before the few weeks of regular examination. Without the entry card, aspirants will not allow giving their examinations. The postulants need to have the roll number to get the hall ticket on the official main portal.
HJUJ MJMS and MJEM Admission 2018
The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication offers Master of Journalism in the following two specializations
The admission procedure for all the courses will commence from the month of April 2018. The aspirants can download the application, fill and send it to the university office along with the required documents and application fee.
The selection procedure for Master of Journalism is mainly based on entrance test held by the university, and the academic record of the qualifying examination. As a basic eligibility, the Student should be a graduate in any discipline with minimum 50% marks in the qualifying examinations.
HJUJ Master of Mass Communication Admission 2018
HJUJ has introduced a Master degree program in Mass Communication with specialization in Public Relations and Advertising. It is a two-year program and the admission procedure for the academic year 2018-20 commences in the month of April 2018.
Students applying for the course should be a graduate in any discipline with minimum 50% marks (45% marks for SC/ST Students) in the qualifying examination or any equivalent examination recognized by the University. Whereas, the other-state Students should have secured 60% marks for eligibility.
The admission criteria for the course are based on the entrance test results and the percentage obtained in the qualifying examinations. Interested Students should fill the application form through the official university website and qualify the entrance test organized by the University.
The interested Students can apply easily to get admission for any courses of this university. Here we are providing you the HJUJ Admission 2018 Application Procedure and Fee. You can also fill the application form online by visiting the official website. The Admission Application Form 2018 will be available on the official website soon. All Students need to fill the form carefully otherwise it will be considered as incomplete.
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