1. Demonstrate familiarity with concepts, terminologies, and theories of mass media and recognize it as an interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and trans-disciplinary persuasion.
    2. Compare and contrast knowledge of the social issues of the contemporary global context with the capability in diverse methodological approaches necessitated for undertaking research within different contexts in mass media.
    3. Express a fundamental awareness of the cultural, social, and ethical bases of their proficiency in the application of media literacy in the economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
    4. Appraise and analyze the knowledge of the contemporary formation of communication and media and their contents logically.
    5. Exhibit professional-level skills in planning, writing, producing, performing, demonstrating, and directing the stages and screens in contemporary digital technologies and their formations.
    6. Describe different formats of commercialization of media, liberalization policies of them, and entry of satellite television channels for niche audiences with entertainment, sports, news, health, science, lifestyle, etc.
    7. Empower themselves with professionalism and life skills and shall be able to enhance their leadership qualities by becoming socially responsible citizens with a global vision.
    8. Determine and develop research skills, innovate entrepreneurship, and nurture the importance of cooperation and teamwork.

Number of Departments Contributing to the Program

  • Department of Mass Media
  • Department of Languages (Compulsory English service courses)
  • Department of Computer Studies (Compulsory computer studies service courses)