Mass communication has become an impotant and vital part of everyday life. Mass communication is a medium through which a group of people or an organisation sends a message through a channel of communication to a large group of anonymous and heterogeneous people and organisations.
It is also called as activity of gathering events, issues and trends; information and broadcasting it to newspapers, television, magazines, online media, etc
Here is the list of top 10 Mass Communication Colleges in India in 2014.
Symbiosis Institute of Media Communication, Pune
- Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication, Pune was established in 1998.
- It is the premier pure-play Media & Communication School nurturing and developing future leaders in the creative content generation and managing creative businesses.
For further information, visit SIMC, Pune
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi
- Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi has long been recognised as a premier institution of higher learning for women in India.
- This college was established in 1956.
For further information, visit Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Department of Media Studies, Christ University, Bangalore
- The Department of Media Studies which runs an Undergraduate and a Postgraduate programme Communication is one of the most vibrant departments on campus.
- Since the time of its inception the department has consciously striven towards knowledge creation and knowledge dissemination among the youth.
For further information, visit Department of Media Studies, Christ University
St. Xavier's College, Mumbai
- St. Xavier's College, Mumbai was established in 1869.
- The college has began as an autonomous college under the University of Mumbai from the academic year 2010-11.
For further information, visit St. Xavier's College
Madras Christian College, Chennai
- Madras Christian College has entered into the 175th year of glorious service to the Nation.
- Founded as a school in 1837 in the black town of Madras, the Institution was built and its character shaped by a host of Scottish missionaries such as Anderson and Miller, Hogg and Boyd.
For further information, visit Madras Christian College
Sophia College for Women, Mumbai
- Sophia College, founded in 1941, is affiliated to the University of Mumbai.
- The Governing Body of the Society for the Higher Education of Women in India runs the College.
- Sophia College is a Christian Minority Institution.
- The main goal of Sophia is the relentless search for wisdom, through an education that is holistic and transformative.
For further information, visit Sophia College for Women
Institute of Mass Communication Media Technology, Kurukshetra
- Institute of Mass Communication & Media Technology, Kurukshetra was established in 1993.
- The institute offers courses that prepare the students for jobs in various professions related to media such as journalism; public relations; advertising; radio and television production; printing; graphics; packaging and entertainment industry.
For further information, visit IMCMT, Kurukshetra
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Delhi
- Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is a premier educational institution since 1987 that provides a platform for nurturing talent by stimulating them to pursue excellence.
- Over the years, DCAC has expanded its quest for knowledge and intellectual aptitude and reaches out to crunch vibrant and dynamic academicians and strong alumni world over.
For further information, visit DCAC
Kamala Nehru College, Delhi
- Kamala Nehru College was founded in 1964 with a purpose that women deserve, desire, require and have a right to the same level and quality of education as men.
- Standing tall as an all ‘Women College' of South Campus, University of Delhi, Kamala Nehru College continues to advance in the fields of women education, empowerment and employment.
For further information, visit Kamala Nehru College
Kishinchand Chellaram College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Mumbai
- Kishinchand Chellaram College is one of the premier institutions affiliated to the University of Mumbai and recognised by Government of Maharashtra.
- It was established in 1954 by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board. The college was awarded permanent affiliation by the University of Mumbai within a record span of two years.
For further information, visit Kishinchand Chellaram College