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List of Top 10 Journalism Colleges In India

Journalism is emerging as a powerful professional course in India and lots of news students are attracting towards this. India has lots of international standard journalism colleges. Here is the list of 10 best colleges offering Journalism Courses.


Mudra Institute of Communications. Ahmedabad

MICA was established in 1991 and is the premier management institute in India renowned for creating leadership in Strategic Marketing and Communication. 

Asian College of Journalism, Chennai

The Asian College of Journalism is dedicated to the task of producing such journalists. It is a postgraduate college designed to provide students with world-class journalism education adapted to the specific needs of India and other developing countries in Asia. It seeks to prepare its graduates to achieve the highest standards in all branches of the profession, keeping in focus the trend and thrust of convergence and digitisation in the media, and the consequent demands for multiple skills made on the contemporary journalist.

Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore

The Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media - IIJNM - offers post-graduate programme in print (newspaper and magazine), broadcast (TV and radio), web (Internet), and multimedia for excellent careers in the profession.

Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication, Pune

Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication is one of the Top Media colleges in Pune, India offering Masters in Mass Communication and MBA Degree courses in Pune,India.Know more about Symbiosis and Masters in Mass Communication Pune,please visit

Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi

Mass Communication has emerged as a major area of interest and has immensely contributed to the development & empowerment of society. As an academic discipline, it has rapidly acquired importance and become a major attraction for students. The information technology revolution has significantly contributed to the expansion of mass media. It has also posed major challenges for students.. 

Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai

XIC, Mumbai, Offers different mass media, mass communication, public relations, advertising and marketing, corporate communication courses. Choose from post-graduation Diploma Courses, Certificate courses and workshops.

AJ Kidwai Mass Communication Research, Jamia, New Delhi

Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Center (AJK MCRC), Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi was established in 1982 by Anwar Jamal Kidwai, the Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University in collaboration with Canadian filmmaker and York University professor James Beveridge and his wife Margaret Beveridge. It was initially funded by a grant from CIDA, the Canadian International Development Agency. It gives training in film and video production at a post-graduate level.

Manorama School of Communication, Kottayam

KM Mathew (1917-2010), acclaimed for his journalism with a human touch, was not content with taking Malayala Manorama to the very pinnacle of regional language journalism in India or launching a string of publications, each of which was a runaway success. Nor did he rest on his laurels when he made his successful foray into English journalism with The Week which went on to become the country's best-selling newsmagazine. 

Film and Television Institute of India

The Film and Television Institute of India is designed for a new generation of storytellers: visual and performing artists who share a passion for motion pictures and want to learn by making their own projects in a hands-on, intensive program. FTII students are not lost in large classes. As an explicit policy, we limit class size, to make individual attention and interaction among students and instructors possible. All students are encouraged to meet faculty one-on-one for consultation throughout their course creating an environment that promotes personal development and learning.

Times School of Journalism, New Delhi

The various programmes run by the Times Group under the aegis of TCMMS, TSMM and TSJ are autonomous courses and not linked to any educational bodies overseen by the government agencies. This, however, is not an impediment as the Times Group – thanks to its leadership position in media, has the best in-house and external faculty – which give it that edge which no other private or university-governed media/journalism school can strive to achieve. The courses have been readily accepted by corporate world and the students passing from this hallowed institution are always sought after by other reputed media houses, non-media companies and even government bodies.