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DU Admission 2020: Registration of Maharaja Agrasen College’s Advanced Diploma in TV Program and News Production Begins

Maharaja Agrasen College under the University of Delhi, has started the registration process for the admissions of Advanced Diploma in TV Program and News Production. The college recently released an admission notice commencing...

Journalism Honours: What to Expect?

"Journalism can never be silent; that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak and immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of...

Google to Train 8,000 Journalists to Eradicate Fake News

Fake news is  associated with yellow journalism which is an american term that present no legit news instead deliberately present hoax news and misinformation through mainstream communication basically social media using unscrupulous...

Life Of A Journalism Student At Delhi College Of Arts & Commerce (DCAC)

The admission process in Delhi College of arts and commerce (DCAC) proceed like every other college in Delhi University. After qualifying the percentage cut off, the applicant has to rush to the...

Courses At DU : B.A. Journalism (Hons)

Journalism is one of the fastest emerging career fields among the today's young generation. With the growing importance of media today, the opportunities in the field are numerous and the job is...

Why Journalism after Class 12th?

Gone are the days when every second person was an engineer or doctor. “Aaj ki generation hatke hai”. Come on guys, all of you are tech-savvy and updated with the latest trends....
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Vaccine Rollout: Government’s Communication Strategy

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Blue Valentine: examining love, lost and found

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