B.A (Hons) Journalism & Mass Communication (BAJMC)

Course Overview

Candidates can receive training in both technical and critical media analysis with the B.A. (Hons) Journalism & Mass Communication degree. There are three years in the undergraduate programme. As it affects every aspect of human life, mass media has recently    grown to be a crucial component of our lives. It is associated with HNBGU, a renowned university that has affiliations with numerous colleges.

A significant portion of journalism, advertising, and print media, radio production, social media, event management, and film studies are covered during the entire mass communication programme. Students are therefore familiarised with both theoretical and practical components of mass communication through this course. Excellent communication skills and confidence are essential for success in the media industry across all media channels.

BFIT MA Mass Communication

Why ought to study B.A (Hons) Journalism & Mass Communication?

Journalism and mass communication programs focus on developing strong written and verbal communication skills. These skills are essential in various professional fields, including journalism, public relations, advertising, and corporate communications. A degree in journalism and mass communication opens doors to a wide range of career opportunities. You can pursue a career in journalism (print, broadcast, or online), media production, advertising, public relations, content writing, social media management, or even corporate communications.

Journalism and mass communication programs often provide opportunities to build connections with industry professionals through internships, guest lectures, and networking events. These connections can be invaluable for future job prospects and mentorship.


One of the renowned universities in Uttarakhand offering a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication is the BFIT Group of Institutions. The major goal of BFIT is to give our students the skills and information they’ll need to work in a variety of media organisations.Along with the regular lectures, BFIT gives equal priority to training and hands-on experience for the students. We therefore invite popular journalist guest speakers and take students on field trips to media outlets so they may have an understanding of the business.

The different cultural events and fests that are organised on campus are also managed by the mass communication students at BFIT. Knowing how events are run and put together is really helpful to kids, and they also utilise their imagination to add something special. Students can improve their personality and communication abilities through the Institute’s communication classes, which are essential for the industry.

  • Minimum qualification required is graduation from any recognized university
  • The minimum percentage required is 45% for GEN and 40% for OBC.

3 Years

B.A (Hons) Journalism & Mass Communication Scope in India

There are several career prospects available for young aspirants who have earned a degree in journalism and mass communication. Such as 

  • Advertising: Advertising is a type of marketing communication that focuses on selling or promoting a product to consumers via audio or video.
  • Film-making: Filmmaking is the process of creating, editing, and recording movies. Students of mass communication can contribute to the film industry.
  • Journalism: Journalists labour to enlighten the public, either as independent contractors or as employees of the national press.
  • Publishing and Printing: Journalists can also work for printing firms, where they can easily get information for magazines and newspapers. For employment at printing houses, one must be outrageous and proficient in English.
  • Radio and Video Jockeying: The young aspirants might work at radio stations or television as an air position in radio broadcasting or introducing new advertisements.

Course fee structure

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Frequently Asked Questions

Other than going for a job, a Mass communication graduate can go for their further studies and get enrolled in Master in Mass Communication and Journalism for better future prospects.

The basic skills that one gets to improve during the duration of this course are- confidence, problem-solving, critical thinking, personality development, writing, observation, creative thinking and cultural awareness.