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Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Journalism & Mass Communication
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Acharya Nagarjuna University Center for Distance Education - Master of Philosophy (MPhil) - Journalism & Mass Communication

Course Title

MPhil Journalism & Mass Communication

Course Duration

Information Not Available

Course offered since

2008-09

Eligibility Criteria / Entry Requirements

Pass in M.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication) of ANU or Pass in any other Postgraduate degree equivalent thereto.

Course Pattern

Annual Scheme

Mode of Admission

Direct Admission with the prescribed qualification at the University and its Study Centres. Admissions will be done twice a year - Academic Year Batch and Calendar Year Batch. Transfer Certificate (TC) or Migration Certificate (MC) need not be produced for the admission into this course. The admission notification for this course appears along with other courses. The notification will be released twice a year. The Calendar year admission notification generally is released in the month of February/March of every year and the last date will generally be in the end of the month of May. The Academic year admission notification generally is released in the month of June/July of every year and the last date will generally be in the end of month of September.

Fee Payment

Fee for the course need to be paid at the beginning of the year (or course). Fees can be paid by taking a Demand Draft and can be submitted at the Study Centre or the University. Fee is payable in installments (for select courses). Online remittance of the fee amount can be done via State Bank of India (SBI) Online Banking or by Direct Deposit to the University a/c from any computerized branch of the bank.

Information about the courses provided here is partial and should not be treated as comprehensive. i.e The institution would be offering other course than those mentioned here. Students are advised to check with the intitution for the latest information in regard to the course.

Indicative Fee Details

Cost of Admission Application Form (By Hand at University Centre or Study Centres)
Rs. 300

Cost of Admission Application Form (By Post)
Rs. 350

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