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Delhi School of Journalism to conduct entrance exam on June 19

Posted on Monday, June 11, 2018

Delhi School of Journalism entrance test on June 19 reports Sheetal Banchariya

Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ) will conduct the entrance exam for the second batch June 19, 2018 from 8am to 10am for English and Hindi five year, integrated-Journalism courses. DSJ is Delhi University’s only college offering five-year course in English and Hindi. 

The registration received encouraging response with the number of applicants increased to 11,809. The total number of applications in 2017 was only 2,100.  

“For the entrance exam one should focus mainly the current affairs, contemporary national and international politics along with logical reasoning and basic mathematics”, shared Aditya Jaiswal, a student, who is pursuing Hindi journalism at the institute.

Several colleges at DU offer journalism courses including Bachelors of Arts (Hons.), Journalism (English and Hindi) and Bachelor of Multimedia and Mass Communication (BMMMC).

Albert Abraham, Assistant Professor, Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ) said, “The DSJ courses are more professional in their approach. The five year integrated course will save the students from taking up a PG course.”  

The students can exit after three years with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. The total fee is Rs 67,500 for a year with an added refundable caution fee of Rs 10,000. At present, the Institute has only two permanent professors with around 12 guest lecturers.



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