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People are tweeting, publishing, sharing, writing, recording videos, making audio projects, and more everywhere you look. But how can you know what is true, worthy of consideration, and significant?

There has never been a more pressing need for the knowledge and reporting that Mansarovar Global University journalism is known for. It has applications worldwide and essential abilities that experts may apply to other sectors.

A broad-based study, journalism includes business and economics, media and communication research, advertising, public relations, and corporate communications. As a journalism student, you’ll be given training in hands-on skills that are at the forefront of what’s happening in the industry today including reporting the news, creating broadcast stories, writing feature articles, capturing high quality images and creating compelling digital presentations. Our tight deadlines match industry standards. You will work individually and in teams in the classroom and in the field, and you will learn from industry experts and media personalities. As well, you will get a solid grounding in media law and ethics.

We are constantly updating our curriculum to reflect the new reality of journalism in the digital age. Indian students studying journalism would do independent projects that would equip them to work in any medium, regardless of the position they are working in. They will have the chance to contribute generously to research, planning, fieldwork, writing, and economics study.

Mansarovar Experience:

A credential distinguishes you from the competition and demonstrates that you possess the information, abilities, and aptitude necessary to thrive in the newsroom. Why eliminate such chances when some editors would not even consider an application if they don't have the diploma?

The credential will provide you with modern knowledge of social media, media law, ethics, video, and many other topics. To promote academic scholarship in journalism studies, it also offers instruction in the use of various research techniques. You'll learn to evaluate the relationships between media and, among other things, political institutions, global reactions to war and conflict, and environmental issues.

You will also examine new information and communication technologies' functions, advantages and disadvantages, democratic potential, and regulatory implications. Along with these topics, we'll discuss how citizenship, racial and gender dynamics, ethnic diversity, and class influence modern news media.

Academics, media specialists, researchers, guest lecturers, and business partners contribute to the teaching process and enrich our curricula in broadcasting, journalism, media, communications, cinema, and cultural studies.

Our students gain various multimedia skills required in today's media sector through job placements, company projects, and volunteer work through our vast partner organizations. The training cultivates managerial abilities in journalism and a critically analytical attitude.

Contemporary Facilities:

One of the most significant concepts underlying Mansarovar Global Unisersity’s Faculty of Journalism is using theory with practice in journalism. The program is specially tailored to the need to investigate situations, create trustworthy documentation, and then disseminate the information to the general public via various means of communication. The assessment, learning, and integrated teaching technique utilized show the excellence of the testing, learning, and teaching procedures used for providing the best outcomes. The programs aim to teach professionals who have a solid grasp of the many methods for managing and producing content for interdisciplinary publications within publishers from various perspectives, including senior writer, content, and executive editor. Additionally, it will aid students in demonstrating their knowledge and abilities in various journalism-related fields, including information and communication technology, program management, direction, and even photography.

Various strategies, including coursework assignments, workshops, lectures, seminars, journal writing, practical work, and practice sessions, are utilized to develop the student's technical and non-technical understanding of the journalism industry.The main goal of this degree program is to prepare students for the fluid and ever-changing world of journalism. The assignments require the students to apply their journalistic and managerial judgments, creativity, and abilities they have learned during the course, coupled with communication and teamwork skills.


Graduates with a degree in journalism can work for various channels and global companies. They can also apply their knowledge to managing and modernizing family businesses so they can successfully compete in the rapidly evolving international market. The most common positions in this industry are Senior Correspondent, Director of Public Relations, Executive Editor, Senior Writer, Television News Anchor, and Campaign Operations, Manager.