Bachelors of Journalism

Program Objective

The programme structure is designed to train students to work in conjunction with radiation oncology team including radiation oncologists, medical physicists and other members, in the application of prescribed doses of ionizing radiation for the treatment of malignant or benign disease. The course work includes physics, anatomy and physiology, dosimetry, clinical oncology, radiation safety, research methodology, patient and data management, and teaching methodologies. The student will be skilled in management of patients, administration of prescribed radiation treatment, provision of patient support, and imparting education to students and young professionals in the field.

At the completion of this course, the student should be:


Course Structure

Year I

Semester I
English for Professional Writing
Application of IT Software Tools –Theory
Application of IT Software Tools – Practical
Digital Articulation-Theory
Digital Articulation –Practical
Introduction to Journalism, Mass media and Communication
Preparing to be a Journalist-Theory
Preparing to be a Journalist – Practical
Art and Science of Journalism
Mediums of Journalism
Minor Project

Semester II

Subject Name
Professional Writing and Editing for News media –Theory
Professional Writing and Editing for News media –Practical
Ethics and Media Law
Research, Analysis, News reporting and Interviewing –Theory
Research, Analysis, News reporting and Interviewing –Practical
Introduction to other Communication Professions –Theory
Introduction to other Communication Professions –Practical
On Job Training

Job Opportunities

On completion of BJ programme candidates will be able to work as reporters and/or editors with