Course Description

This Course is introduced in our college from the academic year 2007-2008. The objective of the course is to provide students with a firm grounding in communication skills. It aims to develop an ability for critical thinking and creativity and to give the students an opportunity to combine the theoretical curriculum with practical application, through detailed research, lucid writing skills, oral presentation skills and a mastery of various mass communications media in our global information age.

Like the BMS course, this is also a three-year course with six semesters. The areas of specialization in the third year: Advertising and Journalism. During the second year, the student receives on the job training through internship. Besides this Groups Discussions and Field Visits will be conducted the course of 3 years.



1.1    Introduction To Computers I
1.2    Introduction To 20th Century History
1.3    Fundamentals Of Mass Communication
1.4    Effective Communication Skills - I
1.5    Introduction To Sociology
1.6    Introduction To Economics


2.1    Principles Of Marketing
2.2    Principles Of Management
2.3    Effective Communication Skills - II
2.4    Media Psychology
2.5    Political Concepts In Indian Political System
2.6    Introduction To English Literature



3.1    Culture Studies
3.2    Creative Writing
3.3    Media Studies
3.4    Public Relations
3.5    Understanding Cinema
3.6    Advance Computers



4.1    Radio & Television
4.2    Introduction To Advertising
4.3    Introduction To Journalism
4.4    Mass Media Research
4.5    Print & Photography
4.6    Organizational Behaviour



5.1    Copywriting
5.2    Media Planning & Buying
5.3    Consumer Behaviour
5.4    Brand Building
5.5    Advertising In Contemporary Society
5.6    Advertising Design (project Paper) Or
5.1    Reporting
5.2    Editing
5.3    Journalism & Public Opinion
5.4    Features & Opinion
5.5    Indian Regional Journalism
5.6    Newspaper & Megazine Making (project Paper)


6.1    Press Laws & Ethics
6.2    Internet & Issues In Global Media
6.3    Broadcast Journalism
6.4    Business & Magazine Journalism
6.5    News Media Management
6.6    Contemporary Issues
6.7    Digital Media Or
6.1    Financial Management For Mkt. & Advt.
6.2    Contemporary Issues
6.3    Agency Management
6.4    Advertising & Marketing Research
6.5    Legal Environment & Advertising Ethics (law)
6.6    Principles & Practise Of Direct Marketing
6.7    Digital Media


A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Mass Media (BMS) Degree Course shall have passed XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at(40% in case of reserved category) one & the same sitting.

Every candidate admitted to the Degree Course in the Constituent/affiliated college/recognised institution, conducting the course, shall have to register himself/herself with the University

Documents Required

1    Admission form in original (Green colour).
2    Original Marksheet of XIIth Std. along with four attested Photocopies.
3    Photocopy of Xth Std. Marksheet
4    Leaving Certificate with two attested Photocopies.
5    Migration Certificate and Pass Certificate with two attested Photocopies (other than Maharashtra Board Students).
6    Four passport size photographs.
7    Leaving Certificate with two attested Photocopies.
8    Leaving Certificate with two attested Photocopies.
9    Leaving Certificate with two attested Photocopies.

Requirement for IB Board

A student from another University or Board of Secondary or Intermediate Education or any other statutory examining body seeking admission to this University shall apply to the Registrar of University of Mumbai for a Certificate of Eligibility.

Such students will be admitted to the deemed class only if they have obtained the Provisional Certificate of Eligibility from the Registrar, University of Mumbai for that class. For final confirmation of Eligibility students should submit the following certificates in original, along with a copy of :

1. Original Mark Sheet.

2. Original Passing Certificate.

3. Original Migration Certificate.

Students whose admission is provisional should note that if their admission isnot finally confirmed by the Registrar, University of Mumbai, their terms kept for the academic year shall be treated as null and void and they will not be allowed to appear at the final examination. Foreign students will have to show documentary evidence of conversion of their visa in addition to the above said conditions for eligibility.

Students seeking transfer from one College to another during the academic year are required to submit a NOC and further Transference Certificate and the Marks Certificate showing marks obtained at the First Term Examination conducted by the earlier College.

In the event of a student getting transferred from one College to anotherwithin the University of Mumbai, the marks secured by the candidate atthe end of the first term examination in the original College, shall bebinding on the candidate and on the College to which the candidate is transferred. Further a student migrating from another University tothis University for joining the Second Year Course need not be requiredto appear and pass the First Year Examination of this University if eligibility is granted by the Mumbai University to the class of admission.

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