Master of Arts in Communication & Journalism - MA (CJ)
Grading System

Grade Marks Out Of 50 Quality Points 4 Marks Out Of 1000
A+ - Outstanding 46-50 4 90-100
A - Excellent 41-45 3.75 80-89
B+ - Very Good 36-40 3.5 70-79
B - Good 31-35 3 60-69
C - Satisfactory 26-30 2 51-59
D - Passing 25 1 50
F - Failure 24 or less 0 49 or less
WF - Withdraw Failing 25 1 50

SEMESTER I
Course Code Name Of Courses Team Work
Teaching Hours Learning Hours Credits
CJ01 Communication Theory 48 180 6
CJ02 Ethics 48 180 6
CJ03 Reporting & Editing 48 180 6
CJ04 Media Criticism 48 180 6

SEMESTER II
Course Code Name Of Courses Team Work
Teaching Hours Learning Hours Credits
CJ10 Introduction To Television Studies 48 180 6
CJ11 Introduction To Film Studies 48 180 6
CJ12 Introduction To Media Research 48 180 6
CJ13 Media Laws 48 180 6

SEMESTER II
Course Code Name Of Courses Team Work
Teaching Hours Learning Hours Credits
CJ14 Media Advocasy 48 180 6
CJ15 Introduction To Media Organisations 48 180 6
CJ16 International Public Relations 48 180 6
CJ17 Advanced Advertising Theory & Practice 48 180 6
Eligibility : Any graduate degree from a recognized university
Students seeking admission have to:
  • Write an essay of not less than 500 words and not more than 800 words (typed in double spacing on a single sheet of paper and signed by the student) on their purpose for seeking admission to the course. This essay has to be submitted along with the application form. The essay has to be in the form of an argument justifying the purpose of taking the course. This essay may be written in English, Hindi or Marathi.
  • The student must produce testimonials from at least two teachers who have personally taught the student in school/college stating why the teachers feel that the student should do the course and how the course will benefit the student. The testimonials may not exceed 150 words each. The testimonial must mention the period that the teacher has been associated with the student, in which institution and how long has the teacher been with the said institution. The testimonials must accompany the admission form. The testimonials may be written in English, Hindi or Marathi.
S.Y.B.COM/T.Y.B.COM ADMISSION: 2016-17
(REGULAR STUDENTS OF A.Y.: 2015-16)
Regular students of F.Y.B.Com & S.Y. B.Com of academic year 2015-16, those who are declared passed are required to take admission to further class as per following procedure & schedule.
  • Students have to update their profile on the college website: rs.sarafcollege.org and take printout of admission form from 30/04/2016.
  • Admission Schedule:
  • SYBCOM: 2nd, 3rd & 4th May, 2016
  • TYBCOM: 5th, 6th & 7th May 2016
  • Admission Timing: 08:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Procedure for Admission
  • Check the admission form along with photocopy of mark sheets-
  • For SYBCOM- Semester I & II
  • For TYBCOM- Semester I, II, III & IV
  • Get verify your admission form on the verification counter.
  • Collect fees challan from counter & pay fees in the bank.
  • Submit Admission form & paid Bank Challan to Receipt Counter and collect fees receipt.
Fees:

CLASS Aided Un-Aided Reserved
SYBCOM 4400.00 6600.00 550.00

CLASS Aided
(CS/TAX)
Aided
(FM/TAX)
Un-Aided
(CS/TAX)
Un-Aided
(EM/TAX)
Reserved
TYBCOM 6470.00 4770.00 8670.00 6970.00 2220.00
Note:
All the reserved category students are required to submit their caste certificate at the time of admission. They are also required to follow the procedure to fill up online form on the concerned government category site. For further details students may contact Mr. Anil Shinde.

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