Delhi University’s Institute of Home Economics is all set to offer BA Journalism (Hons) course from the upcoming academic session. With this, the Institute of Home Economics becomes the only sixth college in the university to offer the course.
Already, five colleges in the university – Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Kalindi College, Kamla Nehru College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and Maharaja Agrasen College — offer the undergraduate course.
“We have already been teaching specialised courses in communication, radio, film production and print media and we have the equipment to support these fields. We decided to expand and offer BA Journalism around three years ago. We will start the course from this session,” said a source from DU.
The process for applying for Journalism Honours will be the same as other DU college applications and the first cut-offs will come out on June 20 in accordance with the DU schedule. source: Hindustan Times
Despite journalism being an encompassing, inter-disciplinary course, only five colleges offered it at the undergraduate level until now.
Journalism (hons), one of the popular courses at the university, has already received 45,000 applications.
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