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M.Phil Media Studies

M.Phil Media Studies

This degree course is a highly rigorous and wide-ranging program for those students who are confident of their ability to become a successful part of the media industry. The program is highly practice-oriented and provides hands-on training to students in areas of their interest.  It offers a solid foundation in all aspects of the media business, with research work and special projects; all with the aim to put our students at the top of the media scene once they step out in the real world. 

Admission Requirments

  • 04 years BA/B.Sc. (Hons) with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 in related degree OR 60% marks in Masters after 02 years BA/ B.Sc. The applicants should have done their Graduation/Masters in Media Studies
  • All candidates must appear for KC Graduate Assessment Test.
  • Only short listed candidates will be called for the Interview.

Road Map

Year 1 - Semester 1
CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours
XXX XXXCore Course – I3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – II3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – III3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – IV3 (3-0)
Year 1 - Semester 2
CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours

Core Course – V

3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – VI3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – VII3 (3-0)
XXX XXXCore Course – VII3 (3-0)
Year 2 - Semester 3 & 4
Code Course/Requirement Credit Hours
XXX XXX Thesis Project (Film) 6
Internship 3
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MDST 503 Graphics for Electronic Media 3 (3-0)
MDST 502 Advanced Radio Production 3 (3-0)
MDST 501 Script Writing 3 (3-0)
RMET 533 Advanced Research Methodology 3 (3-0)
MDST 515 Advanced Online Journalism 3 (3-0)
MDST 514 PR & Advertising 3 (3-0)
MDST 512 TV Production 3 (3-0)
MDST 513 Non-Linear Editing 3 (3-0)

Research Thesis

An M.Phil candidate who has completed her course work with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 must present and pass the oral proposal defense examination before she is allowed to carry out her Masters research. On passing the thesis proposal defense the student must carry out a research study which is described in a thesis. She must successfully defend the completed work in an oral examination involving a presentation and question answer session in the presence of an external examiner.