Courses Offered




Intake Capacity: 60 Students

Course Contents:

First Year
First Semester
Second Semester
1. Foundation Course I 1. Foundation Course I
2. The following subject combinations 2. The following subject combinations
a. Botany (2 Papers), a. Botany (2 Papers),
b. Microbiology (2 Papers), b. Microbiology (2 Papers),
c. Interdisciplinary (2 Papers), c. Interdisciplinary (2 Papers),
Second Year
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
1. Foundation Course II 1. Foundation Course II
2. The following subject combinations 2. The following subject combinations
a. Microbiology (3 Papers), a. Microbiology (3 Papers),
b. Interdisciplinary (3 Papers), b. Interdisciplinary (3 Papers),
Third Year
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
1. Microbiology (6 Papers) 1. Microbiology (6 Papers)

Intake Capacity: 60 Students

Course Contents:

First Year
First Semester
Second Semester
1. Foundation Course I 1. Foundation Course I
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
a. Effective Communication Skills I a. Effective Communication Skills II
b. Fundamentals of Mass Communication b. An Introduction to Literatures
Allied Subjects Allied Subjects
a. Introduction to Computers a. Political Concepts and the Indian Political System Paper II
b. Landmark Events in 20th Century History of World, India & Maharashtra b. Principles of Management & Marketing Paper III
c. Introduction to Sociology, the Sociology of news and Social movements in India c. Introduction to Psychology Paper IV
d. Introduction to Economics. d. Translation Skills Paper VI.
Second Year
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
1. Foundation Course II 1. Foundation Course II
Core Subjects Core Subjects
a. Introduction to media Studies a. Introduction to Advertising
b. Introduction to Creative Writing b. Introduction to Journalism
c. Understanding Cinema c. Print Production And Photography
d. Introduction to Public Relations d. Radio And Television
Third Year
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
(Advertising) Specialization subjects (Advertising) Specialization subjects
a. Copy Writing a. Financial Management for Marketing
b. Media Planning & Buying b. Advertising
c. Consumer Behavior c. Contemporary Issues
d. Advertising Design (project Paper) d. Agency Management
e. Brand Building e. Advertising and Marketing Research
f. Advertising in Contemporary Society. f. Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics (Law)
g. Principles and Practice of Direct Marketing.
(Journalism) Specialization subjects (Journalism) Specialization subjects
a. Reporting a. Journalistic Laws & Ethics
b. Editing b. Internet and Issues in the global media
c. Journalism and Public Opinion c. Broadcast Journalism
d. Features and Opinion d. Business And Magazine Journalism Paper III
e. Indian Regional Journalism e. New Media Management
f. Newspaper -Magazine Making (Project Paper) f. Contemporary Issues.
  • To prepare students in the production aspects of Film Television & New Media, as required by the present media environment all across globe.
  • To empower the students in the production & managerial aspects of the media business with due emphasis on latest production techniques, along with marketing and branding management of various media products and associated services.
  • To develop creative temperament and mindset needed in the content production segment of media industry.
  • To inculcate competencies thereby enabling to undertake professional work.
  • To provide an active industry interface by way of co‐learning.
  • To take the students through the entire pipe line of production process with regards to the content creation for various media pads, providing the students an insight in to the correlation that exists between content creation and associated commercial aspects of media business.
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Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and mental processes. It is based on research and evidence gathered from observation, experimentation and measurement and differs from the ‘pop psych’ found in self-help books, graphology, numerology, astrology which also try to explain people’s problems and aim to predict behaviour and offer solutions.

Psychologists focus on describing, understanding, explaining, predicting and modifying behaviour and mental processes as well as on helping people understand themselves and others, so that they bring about change and improve the quality of life for themselves as well as those around them.

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B.Sc. Actuarial Science is a 3- year long Bachelor’s program, essentially designed to build in students, mathematical skills, real-world business skills, communication, interpersonal and leadership skills, all of which have been identified in the Actuarial discipline as the core skills needed in its personnel. Related fields such as Insurance and Risk Management are also covered in the curriculum.

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Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) is a 3-year course designed to prepare graduates who can conduct data-driven investigations, and conduct visual and advanced analytics by acquiring and managing data of all types. Through this course, graduates will develop an in-depth understanding of data science and the techniques for analysis of quantitative and qualitative data to arrive at solutions. They will be able to identify patterns, predict trends and analyses data from sectors such as manufacturing, banking and finance, retail, and healthcare..

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B.Sc. Computer Science is a 3 year undergraduate program which deals with subjects and topics related to computer application and services.Technological implementation of computer systems is the main agenda of the program.The program ranges widely from creating quality professionals and research fellows who are working in every sector of the world today.

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The Bachelor of Information Science degree is a distinctly different from a general B. Sc. The Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology, however is a 4-year program and the degree awarded is referred to as B.Tech or B.E. One can apply for BSc IT after completing HSC or after completing Engineering Diploma. Such postgraduates are hired in capacities such as Programmer, PHP Developer, Oracle PL/SQL Developer, Quality Analyst, IT Specialists, Technology Engineer, Technical Consultant, Software Developer, Graphic Designer, etc. They are hired in areas such as Educational Institutes, Space Research Institutes, Hospitals, Health Care Providers, Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry, Chemical Industry, Environmental Management and Conservation, Forensic Crime Research, Research Firms, Testing Laboratories, and such.

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Bachelor of Management Studies or B.M.S is an undergraduate program for management studies offered by many universities throughout the world. The course allows you to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations. Management studies programmes provide students with a solid foundation in organizational behavior and human resource management while electives in labor-management relations, negotiation, conflict resolution, compensation systems and organizational development allow students to develop deeper knowledge in specific areas of interest. In addition to business management course, it will equip you to understand how organizations work, how they are managed, and how they interact with local, national and international environments.

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A Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts provides individuals with hands-on training and work experience in cooking and food service management. Explore program details, typical coursework and job outlook.Some programs in culinary arts offer specialization options that allow students to focus their studies on areas such as wine, baking and pastry arts.Training in the culinary arts introduces students to different cooking methods and types of food preparation.

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Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Studies is a 3-year full time graduation course, the eligibility for which is a Higher Secondary Certificate (10+2) qualification with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (44.5% to 44.99%) may be rounded of to 45% (In case of Reserved Category 40% marks in aggregate) (39.5% to 39.99% and may be rounded off to 40%) marks in any stream and No entrance exam. The program is spread over 3 years, divided into 6 semesters of six months each. Admission to the course in various recognized universities is based on entrance tests held followed by an interview, besides taking the 12th marks into consideration, to judge the eligibility of the candidate seeking admission. The course is best suited for those who are seeking a career in the hospitality and services sector. A hospitality studies student will be taught the process of dealing in reception and treatment of guests.

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