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Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University

Gurgaon, Haryana, India
8,499
242
Featured College
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹2,03,845
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
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Lady Shri Ram College for Women

Delhi, Delhi, India
9,137
1,756
Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹14,558
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
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Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication

Pune, Maharashtra, India
3,821
485
SET - Symbiosis (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹70,000
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
#1 India Today 2016

Christ University (Christ College)

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
20,219
3,887
COMEDK UGET, Common Entrance Test (CET) (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#4
Fees / Year
₹92,393
Scholarships
#23
Ranking
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Manipal Institute of Communication

Manipal, Karnataka, India
3,309
182
MUOET (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹81,500
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
#6 Outlook 2016

Madras Christian College

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
5,257
705
Common Entrance Test (CET), Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹23,996
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
#7 India Today 2016

Indraprastha College for Women

Delhi, Delhi, India
4,573
471
Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹14,780
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
#6 India Today 2016

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Delhi University

Delhi, Delhi, India
3,585
1,040
Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹18,163
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
#5 India Today 2016

SIES College of Arts, Science & Commerce

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
3,769
245
Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹6,900
Scholarships
#21
Ranking
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Ramnarain Ruia College

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
5,058
203
Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
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#2
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Scholarships
#21
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K.C. College of Arts, Science and Commerce

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
22,708
413
None, Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
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#1
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#21
Ranking
#10 India Today 2014
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About journalism Colleges in india

Univariety brings a list of Top Journalism Colleges in India for students aspiring to complete a course in this popular field. India has many accredited Journalism colleges that offer different kinds of courses. There are many undergraduate as well as post graduate courses in Journalism and Mass Communication that are offered by the Top Journalism Colleges in India.
 
Some colleges to look out for:
 
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, located in Lajpat Nagar in South Delhi offers around fifteen undergraduate courses to over two thousand students. It is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. Admission into the Bachelors of Elementary Education Programme is through a written entrance examination conducted by CIE. Admission into B. A. Honours course in English is through a Combined Aptitude Test for English (CATE). A centralised Journalism Entrance Test (CJET) is conducted for admission into Journalism courses.
 
Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication fosters the highest standard of training and inquiry into the multi-faceted needs of the media and communications industry. To gain admission in this college, students should have completed 10+2 in any discipline from any recognised Board / Council / University with a minimum of 50%. Admission is based on merit obtained in SET entrance test and shortlisted students after SET Entrance Test are scheduled to appear for the 2nd round
 
Christ University is a private deemed university situated in Bangalore, Karnataka offering a range of nationally and internationally recognised undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Journalism and Mass Communication. There are approximately 12,000 students enrolled in more than 45 different courses at the university. Selection to the college is through the entrance exam (COMEDK) along with the assessment of the academic performance and personal interview.
 
Delhi Film Institute (DFI), New Delhi, is an authorised learning centre of Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar and an associate study institute of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism & Mass Communication, Bhopal. The college offers around 5 courses at the undergraduate level. Admission to the courses is based on merit. The average annual fees range around 60000 INR.
 
Some other colleges that figure in the Top Journalism Colleges in India are Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, etc. which are only dedicated to the study of Journalism and Mass Communication at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.