Bachelors of Mass Communication (BMC) - Course Overview

Duration: 3.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 50,000 / Year

56 courses | 47 colleges

About Bachelors of Mass Communication (BMC)

Bachelors of Mass Communication (B.M.C.) is a three-year full-time course that offers academic knowledge about various mass media mediums. It involves the thorough study of dynamics of newspapers, television, film, radio, and publishing as they are not only used for informing public about various events taking places in different parts of the world but is also a medium for advertising.

A degree in B.M.C. can fetch you a job in a radio station, newspapers, publishing houses, advertising agencies, PR Firms and so on.

Bachelors of Mass Communication (BMC) Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: Senior Secondary Certificate 10+2 or any other state or intermediate examination.
  • Some colleges may require for minimum aggregate in 10+2, 50% to 70% . It may vary from college to college.

Please Note: It is mandatory to present all original documents, mark-sheets and relevant certificate during the time of admission at the respected college or university.

B.M.C. Admission Process:

  • Admission to B.M.C. programme is on the basis of entrance exam followed by an interview.
  • Various government colleges and universities conduct their own entrance test which are followed by personal interviews and group discussion.

Bachelors of Mass Communication (BMC) Syllabus

First Year:

Human Communication

English 1

Basic Communication Skills

Basic Writing Skills

Hindi 1

Mass Communication Skills

Computer Application

Creative Writing

Language Proficiency


Second Year:

Reporting & Editing

Social Science 1

Production Portfolio 1

News Production

Social Science 2

Advanced Mass Communication 2


Third Year:

Design & Graphics

Public Relation

Production Portfolio 2


Corporate Communication

Advance Reporting & Editing


Media Issues

Indian Government & International Relations

Career Options and Job Prospects

With the rise of Media and changing the economy, BMC is a popular career choice among students. The employment roles after pursuing BMC are Proof- Reader, Columnist, Reporter, Correspondent, Web Writer, Special Reporter and others.

The salary packages vary from company to company. Recruiters in media sector offer salary packages, ranging from Rs. 2.5 lakh to Rs. 10 lakh per annum. The salary package may vary from college to college, or on the basis of the professional experience of every individual.