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Indian Institute of Mass Communication - Admission 2024, Fees, Courses, Placement, Ranking

LocationDelhi (Delhi)
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Highest Package20 Lacs
Year of Establishment1965
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Updated on - Apr 12, 2024 15:03PM IST

Indian Institute of Mass Communication Latest Updates

April 12, 2024 3:03 PM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has been notified as a Deemed to be University.

April 12, 2024 3:03 PM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has announced the results of the first semester exams 2023-24.

April 12, 2024 3:02 PM

Admission schedule for Language Journalism Course 2024-25 at Indian Institute of Mass Communication has been revised.

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Indian Institute of Mass Communication has published the fee circular for 2023-24.

April 12, 2024 3:02 PM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has released the admit card for Malayalam Journalism entrance exam 2024-25.

April 9, 2024 8:32 AM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has issued the fee circular for 2023-24.

April 9, 2024 8:32 AM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has released the admit cards for the entrance exam.

April 8, 2024 11:26 PM

Indian Institute of Mass Communication has released its academic calendar for the session.

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Indian Institute of Mass Communication has updated its academic calendar.

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Indian Institute of Mass Communication has revised its hostel rules.

About Indian Institute of Mass Communication

Inaugurated on August 17, 1965, by the then Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Smt. Indira Gandhi, the Institute started with a small staff, including two consultants from UNESCO. In the first few years, the Institute organized training courses mainly for Central Information Service Officers and undertook research studies on a modest scale. Then, in 1969, a major international training program, the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Journalism for Developing Countries, for middle-level working journalists from Afro-Asian countries, was started. A number of specialized short courses of one week to three months’ duration were subsequently started by the Institute to meet the training needs of communication professionals working in various media/publicity outfits of the central/state governments and public sector organizations. Over the years, IIMC Delhi has expanded and now offers regular Post-graduate Diploma Courses. IIMC Delhi courses provide Journalism (English), Journalism (Hindi), Radio & Television Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, Digital Media, Journalism (Malayalam), Journalism (Marathi), Journalism (Odia), and Journalism (Urdu). Check IIMC Delhi Courses

Over the past decade, IIMC Delhi has expanded its academic activities and started a number of specialized courses to meet the manpower requirements of the rapidly expanding media and communication industry. IIMC New Delhi also makes a concerted effort to constantly innovate its programs in order to meet the challenges thrown up by developments in the industry. The syllabi are reviewed every year to make changes and suitable modifications to make them relevant to the needs of the industry. The IIMC New Delhi Society, an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act 1867, runs the Institute. It is funded by the Government of India through the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. 

The Institute has a Governing Body, the Executive Council, headed by a Chairman, with the Director General of the Institute, representatives of the faculty, and eminent media persons as members. To be admitted to the PG Diploma Courses at IIMC, a candidate must first pass a written examination. This test will assess the candidate's knowledge of national and international issues, aptitude, language proficiency, and so on. Those who pass the written test will be ranked by course and category. They'll then appear for Group Discussions, where a topic will be assigned. The candidate's communication skills will be assessed. The third round will be an interview in which panel members will interact with students to assess their understanding of everyday issues. Check IIMC Delhi Admission.

Since IIMC Delhi’s training programs and alumni have made a mark, there have been demands to open more centers of the Institute. IIMC Delhi training programs have been tailored to meet the needs of developing countries and this is what makes IIMC different from other centers of mass communication training in this country and elsewhere. This also gives a different identity and character to our alumni. The highest salary package went up from 11 LPA to 12 LPA for the advertising and public relations department. Check IIMC Delhi Placement

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Indian Institute of Mass Communication Placements

The constantly updated and industry-linked curriculum of IIMC Delhi prepares its PG Diploma students to take up challenging assignments in the fields of journalism, advertising, public relations, creative writing, etc. Towards the end of the academic session, IIMC Delhiplacement organizes a placement/internship fortnight, thereby facilitating an interaction between the industry and students. However, the Institute does not guarantee any placement to its students.

Traditionally, IIMC Delhi has enjoyed a good placement track record, with several well-known companies recruiting our students with attractive pay packages. Following is an indicative list of prominent companies that have participated in IIMC Delhi Placement Programmes in recent years.  

IIMC Delhi Top Recruiters

ABP NewsNDTVDiscovery
Network18Zee MediaSony
Red FMRadio Mirchi AIR News
PTIIANSQuint 
TCSAccentureHCL
Times of India GroupHT/HindustanBusiness Standard
Outlook MoneyExchange4 MediaCogencis News
Tata SteelNTPC IFFCO
Jindal Steel Madison AdvertisingContract Advertising
AdfactorsDelhi PressPublication Division
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Indian Institute of Mass Communication Placement Stats 2023

% of students placed
75
Average Package
3 Lacs
Highest Package
20 Lacs

2023 Placement comparison with nearby colleges

Top Recruiters at Indian Institute of Mass Communication

Indian Institute of Mass Communication Courses and Admission 2024

IIMC Delhi courses provide Journalism (English), Journalism (Hindi), Radio & Television Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, Digital Media, Journalism (Malayalam), Journalism (Marathi), Journalism (Odia) and Journalism (Urdu). The first installment of the IIMC Delhi course fee must be deposited within the prescribed time period. The second installment of IIMC Delhi tuition fees is to be paid by 15th February 2023. The late fee will be charged with a fine at the rate of Rs. 20 per day after 15th February 2023. The names of the defaulters will be struck off the rolls on 15th March 2023 for failing to remit the fee along with the late fee. Re-admission fee of Rs. 500 will be charged on re-admission after 15th March 2023. The right of re-admission is reserved with the Institute. The paid-up installment(s) of fees shall not be refunded if a student discontinues the studies during the course. 

IIMC Delhi PG Diploma Courses tuition fee 

S. No.Name of CourseAmount (Rs.)
1PG Diploma Course in Journalism (English)87,000/-
2PG Diploma Course in Journalism (Hindi)87,000/-
3PG Diploma Course in Advertising and Public Relations1,23,000/-
4PG Diploma Course Radio & TV Journalism1,60,000/-
5PG Diploma Course in Digital Media2,00,000/-
6PG Diploma Course in Journalism (Odia/Urdu /Marathi/ Malayalam)47,000/-

To take admissions in IIMC Delhi PG Diploma Courses, a candidate has to first appear in a written Test. This exam will evaluate the candidate's knowledge of both domestic and foreign affairs as well as their aptitude and language skills. Course- and category-based rankings will be used to determine who advances to the written exam. After that, they'll show up for group discussions where a topic will be assigned. The candidate's communication skills will be evaluated. The third stage will consist of an interview when panelists will speak with the students and assess their comprehension of common topics.

How to Apply for IIMC Delhi Admissions?

  • Candidates need to fill up an online admission form available at www.iimc.gov.in
  • Payment for the Entrance Examination Fee needs to be done on the online gateway on the Website.
  • Candidates can apply for separate courses. For each Course, separate forms need to be filled.
  • Candidates with successful submission of Applications will be provided a Unique Registration Number (URN).
  • This URN will be used for Admit Card Download.
  • Candidates need to appear in a 75 marks written Exam.
  • NRI Students need not appear in the written Entrance Test.
  • Selected Candidates have to go through a Group Discussion for 10 marks, and an Interview for 15 marks.
  • Candidates are provisionally admitted to each course based on the merit list generated from the 100 marks of the 3 tests combined.
  • The center is allotted on the basis of merit-cum-preference.
  • Successful Candidates are given 7-day time to submit their fees.
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Khushboo kumariPost Gradauate Diploma in Radio & TV Journalism | 2019 | Jun 11, 2020 12:27:39
Which is good for me....i am confused both of you course ... Sometimes i thought journalism is good but some i thought i am good way of talking and i love to ask Questions ....

Indian Institute of Mass Communication FAQs

When was the college , IIMC , Delhi established ?

IIMC , Delhi was established in the year 1965.

Is IIMC , Delhi a government college?

IIMC , Delhi is Private college.

Indian Institute of Mass Communication Rankings

IIMC New Delhi has consistently been at the top of the preference list for Students and Recruiters. The following achievements have been awarded to IIMC Delhi.

IIMC Delhi Ranking

BodyAchievementYear
Indian TodayNo. 1 Media Institute2018
The Week – HansaNo. 1 Media Institute2018
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Indian Institute of Mass Communication Campus Facilities and Infrastructure

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Indian Institute of Mass Communication Scholarships

IIMC Delhi Freeship: There is a provision for financial support to needy students. Half/quarter free ships are available for each PG Diploma Course on merit-cum-means basis at Delhi. Every year, a committee is constituted to select deserving candidates from among the applicants for freeships available for students. For the purpose of applying for IIMC Delhi freeships, the Annual Household Income reflected in the application forms should be supported by an income certificate from competent authorities. Any other declaration pertaining to household income at variance with the declaration submitted along with the application form shall not be entertained for the purpose of IIMC Delhi scholarship/freeship.

The Semester I fees include i) a course fee, ii) a contribution to the Students’ Welfare Fund (Rs 3,50,0), and iii) a refundable Library Deposit of Rs. 5,000. The Students’ Welfare fund is utilized for meeting miscellaneous expenditures, student welfare activities, services of wellness centers, etc. 

IIMC Delhi Scholarships

The ‘Rati Aggarwal Scholarship’ will be awarded to a meritorious female student of the Hindi Journalism Course, based on her performance in the Entrance Exam. The ‘Star TV Scholarship’ will be awarded to a meritorious student of Radio &TV Journalism, based on his / her performance in the Entrance Exam. The ‘Achin Ganguly Scholarship’ will be awarded to two meritorious students of Advertising & Public Relations, based on their performance in the Entrance Exam & final result after completion of the Course. The ‘Jaswinder Singh Memorial Scholarship’ will be awarded to two meritorious students, one each from Hindi Journalism and Radio & TV Journalism, based on their performance.  

IIMC Delhi Facilities

IIMC Delhi facilities are provided such as libraries, Studios, Computer labs, Hostels, etc. Candidates can read the detailed instructions for these facilities. 

  • Library
  • Studios
    • Apna Radio 96.9 FM
    • Video Studio
    • Audio Studio
  • Computer Labs
  • Auditorium
  • Hostels

Library: IIMC New Delhi, has the largest specialized mass communication library in the country. It has a collection of over 40,000 titles of books and Journals on different aspects of mass communication and allied fields. The library also subscribes to various reputed international journals in the field of communication. 

The IIMC New Delhi Library is fully computerized and Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) and Online Journals are available for students and faculty members. The library has also developed a state-of-the-art Multimedia, Reference, and Research Section for students, faculty, and research scholars. The Library is open from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m., Monday to Saturday. 

Every student has to make a library security deposit of Rs.5,000. Every student is allowed to borrow two books at a time for one week. If a student loses a library book, he/she must replace it or pay its price. The IIMC New Delhi Library Fee shall be refunded at the end of the course after the student produces a No-Due Certificate issued by the Librarian. In case the refund is not claimed within three years from the completion of the course, the security deposit shall be forfeited. 

Equipment and IT infrastructure: The Institute has adequate facilities for practical training in various branches of communication. It has well-equipped sound & TV studios and other audio-visual facilities. The facilities for TV and video production consist of digital ENG cameras, a multicamera studio set-up, along with camera control units with sync and SFX generators, editing consoles, etc. 

The Institute has digital sound recording/editing and non-linear digital video editing facilities. The video editing facility includes server-based networking and Final Cut Pro machines. IIMC has extensive facilities of over two dozen DSLR cameras to enable students to handle various photographic assignments. All the classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with projectors and other teaching aids. 

IIMC New Delhi facilities of computer labs, Multimedia Systems, Video Editing Equipment, Clip Video Cameras, Voice Recorders, etc. to facilitate electronic editing and computer-based graphic layout designing and publication. Training is imparted to students on software packages such as Adobe Page-Maker, Quark Express, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Macromedia Director, Cool Edit Pro, Newswrap, Adobe InDesign, etc. 

Sports & Games: At IIMC New Delhi campus, facilities are available for playing Table Tennis, Badminton, and Volleyball. 

Hostel Facilities: Limited hostel facilities are available in the IIMC New Delhi campus (for both Girls - on a single occupancy basis and for Boys - on a shared basis). Preference, in allotment of hostel rooms/beds, would be given to outstation students as also those belonging to economically/socially weaker sections.  

IIMC Delhi Contact Information

For any doubt/further clarifications, if any, the students can contact the following officials on weekdays between 11 am to 4 pm:  

  • Sh. Raghuvinder Kumar Chawla, Academic Coordinator (9818005590) 
  • Sh. Gaurav Nagpal, Office Assistant, (8851299898) 
  • Address: IIMC  New Delhi Indian Institute of Mass Communication Aruna Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi - 110067 
  • Tel: +91-11-26741352 
  • Fax: +91-11-26742462 
  • Email: academiciimc1965@gmail.com

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abhishek mahapatra •  Dec-07-2020
What's the fees of a year for BJMC course in IIMC,new delhi
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Abhinav Chamoli •  Oct-10-2019

Dear Student,

BA in Mass Communication course is not offered by the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi. IIMC only offers Diploma and PGD courses related to Journalism, Advertising and Communication.

Here is a list of popular colleges offering BA in Mass Communication in India. You may also find it helpful to change the specialization filter to find out other colleges offering a BA degree in journalism and broadcasting stream.

Please feel free to reach out if you need any other information.

Thank you.