09845982601 Christ university offering direct admission 2019 for BA Sociology

06 March 2019 19:23
Christ University (now officially known as Christ (Deemed To Be University) is a private deemed to be university in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Founded in 1969 as an autonomous college, on 22 July 2008 it was declared as an institution deemed to be university under section 3 of UGC Act 1956 by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.The University is under the management of the priests of the Catholic religious order, Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). The University has over 18,000 students and more than 800 faculty members. In 2016, the University was accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council with A Grade. In 2017 India Today-Nielsen survey, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is ranked among the top private universities in India. The university offers nationally and internationally recognised undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes in academic disciplines in Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Law, Engineering, Business Administration, Commerce, and Management. It offers professional courses in fields including Business Management, Computer Application, Hotel Management, Mass Communication, Social Work, Engineering and Tourism. It has a foreign student community of about 700 from 58 nationalities.
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Humanities deals with human life and human experience qualitatively. Humanities investigates how do human beings behave? Why do they behave this way? How do human beings interact with each other? How do human beings interpret the world around them? And What kind of political, social and cultural institutions do they form?
The field of humanities include Modern languages, Classical languages, Linguistics, Literature, History, Jurisprudence, Philosophy, Archaeology, Comparative religion, Ethics, History, criticism and theory of the arts, Journalism, Psychology, Political science and such subject areas.
Bachelor of Arts programme in Journalism, English and Psychology offered by School of Arts and Humanities at REVA UNIVERSITY intends to develop English language skills and Journalism as a profession amongst its students.
Journalism is all about collecting information and disseminating the facts and figures to the public via print, television and Internet. Journalists present the news in a manner that is useful, informative and thought-provoking. Journalism careers include reporter, feature writer, intern, sub editor, designer, proof reader, news reader, news presenter, news analyst, news editor, editor and many such. The language skills and understanding psychology of people helps a Journalist to gain expertise in his/her profession.
As per the data available with the Government, a total of 1, 05,443 newspapers/periodicals are registered with the Registrar of Newspapers for India as on 31st March, 2015. There are more than 120 TV News channels and in addition there are huge opportunities to write blogs and news on internet. There are thousands of opportunities in corporate sector for compiling corporate news and publication. The media and entertainment sector is expected to cross Rs. 2 trillion by 2020 at a CAGR of 11.6%.
In this context, an undergraduate University Programme offered by REVA UNIVERSITY in Journalism, English and Psychology is relevant to meet the future human resources requirement of News and Media enterprises.
The programme focusses on Journalism, media studies, psychology, critical theory, English language and literature, in addition to various transferable skills particularly writing skills that are required for successful career development in Journalism.
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Journalism as a career is an attractive option for youngsters especially for those who have a flair for writing and communication and wish to do something for the society. Journalism is not just about writing, it is also about reading and most importantly, the ability to express one’s thoughts on varied topics.
There are different categories in which the media industry can be divided — print and electronic. As the name suggests , everything that is printed comes under print media, which includes newspapers, magazines, journals, tabloids, dailies and books. On the other hand, electronic media includes content on television , radio and the internet. With changes in the society , even this field has undergone a radical change. A journalist has to cover stories/features on various aspects of life i.e. political, financial , leisure, crime, sports, entertainment, spiritual, educational , infrastructure, technological , medical, and so on. Not to forget, along with the newspapers , there has been an increase in the number of magazines too. Specialized magazines are available in the field of fashion, beauty, family, for youth, travel, medical, technological , lifestyle, education, sports, etc. They can be in many languages. Some of the work opportunities are in the areas of advertising agencies; educational institutes , magazines, news papers, portals/websites of publications , publishing houses, radio channels as well as television channels. While there are opportunities in this field, it is a competitive field. Therefore, one has to perform at the highest level and be able to work under difficult situations. However , if one persists with hard work and passion, a career in journalism can be a fulfilling and lucrative option.
Campus placement, in today’s digital age, is simply overrated. Yet, most students have the same obsolete mentality inherited from the previous generation of job seekers.
Today’s media world is so diverse and exciting, that getting a job is not that difficult. Indian media is growing and there will not be any shortage of jobs in near future.
That being said, I would suggest, instead of taking a “I need to find a job” approach cultivate a “I must grow my career” approach. Your life will take a different and eventually a better path that way.
Christ university placement record, for that matter, is superb. I had visited it in 2015 with my students as part of a study tour (disclaimer: our institution, St. Aloysius College, Mangalore belongs to same group of Jesuit institutions as XIC, Mumbai, Xaviers Kolkata, Loyola Chennai etc.).
The faculty and non teaching staff are very friendly and student focused. The curriculum is world class, the campus is stunning and the facilities are state-of-the-art. And best part is, it’s in the prime part of Mumbai. So do not fret, go for it.
Good luck with your efforts and may god be with you in all your success.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The aim of the programme is to create graduates with critical, analytical and research abilities to work in the media and entrainment sector.
>span class="s3">Programme Educational Objectives are to prepare the students to:
• Work as Journalists, public relations and media officers, in media, corporate and entertainment sectors
• Work as managers, administrator or entrepreneurs in media and mass communication industry
• Pursue masters and doctoral research degrees to work in colleges, universities as professors or as scientists in research establishments
Programme Outcomes (POs)
After undergoing this programme, a student will be able to:
• Describe Journalism, its importance and Impact
• Explain journalism and types, media and types, reporting, editing and publishing
• Know rights and responsibilities, constitutional obligations, cultural, religious, language, political, economic and international views and opinions
• Use digital technologies for reporting, retrieving, storage and analysis of data
• Articulate and Perform editing and publishing of news
• Choose appropriate online programmes for further learning, participate in seminars and conferences
• Manage information, develop technical reports and make presentations
• Lead a team to successfully complete a project and communicate across teams and set up his/her own enterprise
• Conduct himself as a responsible citizen
Course Curriculum
Career Opportunities
A Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, and Psychology provides an individual with the necessary skills required to sustain in the fields associated with media, mental health, literature and communication to name a few. The program has been designed to enable students to, develop a contemporary, inter-disciplinary and receptive approach to the general functioning of the above-mentioned fields. The triple combination opens wider avenues of career choices, and ensures that students can decipher their own specialties in each stream. The needs of employers today are very global and intersperse different areas. Journalism provides opportunities in content writing, editing, filmmaking, photography, animation, print media, advertising, public relations etc. Psychology opens new areas in mental health such as counseling, clinical psychology, criminal psychology, human resources, personnel training etc. English is rudimentary to every aspect of the media field, particularly to writing, editing, publishing, content development, communication and teaching. The opportunities provided are limitless and with the emergence of New Media various individual and associations are making their foray into blogging, vlogging, webcasting, podcasting and digital media marketing.
Students can also pursue post-graduation and expand it with further research.
What Will I Experience
• Explore the study of three major courses - Journalism, English, Psychology
• Do a variety of career enhancement programmes with a foreign language
• Get good placement opportunities and career support from our experienced faculty members
Pass in PUC / 10+2 of any recognized Board / Council or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.
Course Duration: 3 Years (6 Semesters)
Application Fee
Course Application Fee
Indian / SAARC Nationals
(Rs.) NRI Fee
(Rs.) Foreign Nationals
BA in Journalism, English & Psychology 500 1000 50
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