Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

BMM or Bachelor of Mass Media is a good option for graduation for students who have good communication skills and are interested in working for various mass communication platforms and roles such as Print, Electronic or Digital Media as a journalist, news anchor, Radio or Video Jockey or Public Relations or Corporate Communication and advertising, etc.

The GMCET 2021 exam will be conducted in the online mode and you can appear from your mobile, laptop or desktop.

The duration of the GMCET 2023 examination will be 60 minutes.

Candidates must go through the complete GMCET 2023 syllabus and examination pattern and start preparing for the entrance examination. After covering all the required topics and units from the syllabus, candidates should practice the sample paper to enhance their preparation.

Yes, interested candidates are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of INR 1000/- to be able to take up the examination.

Yes, candidates can choose campus according to their preference.

There is no negative marking for any wrong answer.

It is not necessary for students to have studied the Humanities stream to pursue the BMM programme. Students with good verbal and written communication skills, an interest in the field of news and events, critical and analytical bent of mind are all that needs to be suitable for studying BMM.

Some of the top specialisations offered in the BMM courses are Print Journalism, Electronic Journalism, Digital Journalism or New Media, Advertising and Public Relations among others.

UPI,Paytm,Credit/Debit card,net banking etc.

A majority of the colleges offering BMM courses do provide internship and placement opportunities to the students to provide them with hands-on training and learning opportunities.

To secure a job after completing your BMC, internships at various firms or production houses is a big bonus on the CV. You can work in production houses if you are into film making, or work in various media industries such as a writer, reporter, anchor, video editor and many more

Yes. Photography is a part of the BMC curriculum. Basics of camera, light and sound is a part of the syllabus. Along with theory, many colleges provide practical assignments in photography.

Yes. Be it any stream (Science/Commerce/Arts), students can pursue a course in Bachelor in Mass Communication. The candidate has to however meet the eligibility criteria set by universities/colleges/institutes.

A candidate needs to have good writing skills, a flair for the language, confidence and well aware. The course will enhance the skills required to work in the field.

If you are looking forward to a career in the field of Journalism and Mass Communication and you are sure about it, then you must go for direct bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. And if you want to explore other options then you can first pursue a general bachelor's course.

Both BBA and BJMC have great opportunities to offer you. BBA is comparatively better than BJMC as BBA will offer you more content and an industry-driven approach towards your career if you are looking forward to pursuing an MBA in the future. Whereas BJMC focuses more on journalism and mass media. It would not be beneficial if you want to do an MBA in the future. Rest it all depends upon your skills and interests.