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B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

 

This paper introduces students to the fundamentals of journalistic writing and the process of news transmission from a news organisation to its viewers. It also concentrates on the elements of effective journalistic writing.

 

Eligibility for Admission in B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

 

Program Specific Eligibility

Candidates must appear in CUET in any of the following subject combinations:

 

Combination I: English from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2

OR

Combination II: English from List A + SECTION III of CUET (General Test)

Merit will be based on the best CUET score obtained from any of the above-mentioned combinations of subjects.

Note: As the weightage of the CUET Sections is not the same, appropriate proration will be done.

 

Colleges Offering B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

 

S.No.

College                                           Seats→ 

UR

SC

ST

OBC

Minority

EWS

1

Lady Shri Ram College (W)

12

4

2

8

----

3

2

Bharati College 

23

9

4

15

----

6

3

Delhi College of Arts & Commerce 

16

6

3

11

----

3

4

Institute of Home Economics (W)

27

9

4

15

----

3

5

Kalindi College (W)

24

9

3

15

----

7

6

Kamala Nehru College (W)

19

7

4

14

----

5

7

Maharaja Agrasen College 

23

9

4

16

----

6

The number of seats may vary. Supernumerary seats will be as per University of Delhi norms. Candidates must visit respective college websites for the updated fees structure.

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