Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi was established in 1965, as a department of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, with a small staff, including two consultants from UNESCO. Later, it was registered as an autonomous organisation under the Societies Registration Act (1860) in 1966. The Institute conducts training and teaching programs, develops a framework of research and contributes to the creation of an information infrastructure suitable not only for India but for all developing countries. It provides its expertise and consultancy services to other institutions in the country and collaborates with those abroad.
Campus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication –
The Institute's campus is spread in an area of about 15 acres in new JNU campus.
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Regional Centers at Indian Institute of Mass Communication –
IIMC has opened regional centres at Dhenkanal in Orissa, Amravati in Vidharbha region of Maharashtra and in MIzoram's capital Aizawl. Two more new regional centres are on the anvil.
Dhenkanal Center: was established in 1993. It is spread over a sprawling picturesque campus, the institute conducts PG diploma courses in Journalism in English and Oriya, besides short term courses and workshops. Hostel facilities are available for both boys and girls.
Amravati Center: was established in 2011, the IIMC opened its regional centre in Amravati in the Vidharbha region of Maharashtra. The campus is presently located in the Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University and is equipped with all modern facilities and a well-stocked library.
Aizawl Center: was established in 2011. The IIMC's new regional centre at Aizawl aims to bridge the gap by training media professionals who could contribute to this ever burgeoning sector. The Institute is housed within the Aizawl University campus and runs only the Journalism (English) course at present.
Courses offered by Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi
In a bid to give more global exposure their students, Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) has signed agreements with two foreign universities for faculty exchange. The institute has also said that they will undertake joint research projects. According to reports, Bimal Julka,...
Applications are invited by Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi for admission to Diploma program in Journalism (Urdu) for the academic year 2013-14. Eligibility Criteria for IIMC New Delhi: Candidates holding bachelor’s degree in any discipline are...
The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC ) will commence a short-term certificate program shortly to enhance the skills of Urdu journalists. A statement by the Information and Broadcasting ministry released in New Delhi on Thursday, June 20 claimed that the decision to introduce this...
Applications are invited by Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi for admission to Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism (English and Hindi) offered at New Delhi, in English and Oriya offered at Dhenkanal (Orissa) and in English offered at Aizwal (Mizoram), Amravati...
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