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    When will admissions to private colleges begin?
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    riya, Student / Alumni

    In LPU B.A. Online Registration Starts on 1st week of November 2022
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    Ramandeep Kaur, Student / Alumni

    Mass Communication is a medium of dispersing information to a large number of people. The term Mass Communication is not limited to only Journalism but spreads its branches to various other media fields including newsgathering and reporting, film direction and production, event management, public relations, advertising, corporate communication, and the list continues. Journalism, advertising, and print media are the major examples of mass communication. There are two kinds of courses available for aspiring students in mass communication, an undergraduate degree and a postgraduate degree. The undergraduate degree is Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication (BA Mass Comm.) and the postgraduate degree in Master of Arts in Mass Communication (MA Mass Comm.) Mass communication has a great scope and is a great way for students to start their careers. Mass communication opens up multiple avenues for a student as it allows students to take up very diverse jobs. After doing a BA in Mass Communication, the student can explore these job opportunities such as photography, news editing, journalism or radio jockeying. He or she could even go for higher education and pursue a Masters in this field. Completing the master’s degree improves the employability of the student and opens up job opportunities at higher positions. B.A Journalism and mass communication at LPU is designed to expose students to all dimensions of Print, Electronic and New Age Media. Focus on enhancing technical skills of reporting, news design software, video editing, photography etc. which necessary in the field of Journalism and Mass Communication. The eligibility of the said course is Pass with 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English) or equivalent. Journalism and Mass Communication Department was started with the intent to foster creativity, technology and research orientation in the field of mass communication. Programmes in the School of Journalism are well in sync with evolving mass media trends. Department of Journalism & Mass Communication has good research attainments and generation of intellectual property and quality action research is encouraged at post graduate and Doctoral level. The research capabilities thus developed provide a strong competitive edge to the graduates.
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    Jayita Ekka, CollegeDekho Expert

    Dear student,

    In order to be able to take admission in the first-year Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch), you will need to clear the NATA exam. NATA 2020 new exam dates for Phase 1& 2 have been released. The Phase 1 exam will be conducted on August 01, 2020, and the Phase 2 exam will be conducted on August 29, 2020. Other dates will be announced soon.

    However, we would suggest that you take provisional admission to an architecture college of your choice as a precaution. Just in case NTA decides to postpone/ cancel this exam in the near future, at least you will have a back-up and not lose out on an academic year! 

    If you want to discuss this with a career counselor, you can call our IVR no. - 1800-572-9877 for a FREE counselling session on the best colleges to choose and career prospects thereafter. 

    If you already have a set of colleges in mind, you apply immediately to those colleges. You can use the Common Application Form, a platform, through which you can apply to Architecture colleges in India immediately, thus saving you time and effort. It's a free service and if you are shortlisted, the colleges will get back to you directly on the email that you have provided at the time of registration. 

    We are listing some top Architecture colleges in India:

    So don't waste time in speculation, be smart and take admission now! 

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