• 3 Years (6 Semesters)
  • 12th/High School/ Equivalent
Course Commences on
  • 8th August 2022
Awards (On Completion)
  • B.A (Journalism and Media Production) degree from Ajeenkya D Y Patil University located in Pune.
  • A Qualification Pack (QP) certificate from MESC (Media & Entertainment Skills Council).

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Life at Seamedu

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  • Understand the process of gathering and analysing content.
  • Develop anchoring and interview skills for live production.
  • Develop writing skills for different media platforms.
  • Hands-on experience with camera and audio gear to produce audio visual content.
  • Produce content for digital media.
  • Understand trends in Indian and global media.
  • Learn the techniques of live studio production.
  • Produce documentaries.
  • Learn software like Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, and Premier Pro to produce media content.
  • Learn the skills of data analysis and presenting.
  • PR and corporate communication to help you work with big corporate companies.
  • Learn the skills of investigative journalism.

ADYPU students get to choose a minor apart from their Specialisation. These minor subjects compliment the skills learnt under their Specialisation or Majors. Please click here to find the list of minor subjects

Why study journalism? Why make a career in this subset of mass communication? What can I do after a bachelor's degree in mass media? Well, ask the writers, reporters, anchors, photojournalists, executive producers, feature directors, editors, voiceover artists, radio jockeys, documentary filmmakers, content creators, correspondents, photographers, and countless other professionals in the industry, and they will tell you how getting a journalism degree was perhaps the best decision of their lives.

Journalism has played a massive role in our society since the days of print journalism. Then came the radio, the television and now the almighty internet – the journalism world has been continually evolving with new technological advances. And while the primary role of journalism was to keep the public abreast with all the news and current affairs around the world, there is so much more to it.

Print journalism is basically any journalistic material in the printed form (newspapers, magazines, etc.), while its modern counterpart is called ‘Broadcast Journalism’, which makes use of electronic technology to disseminate news, information and interesting content (radio, television, digital platforms that use the internet, etc.).

Whether watching the news bulletin in the morning, following the hottest debates at primetime, or keeping abreast with all the happening around you on your smartphone’s news feed, our need for information is greater than ever. Today’s journalists need to keep up with fresh new tricks and twists so that their stories reach their audiences as quickly, accurately and as imaginatively as possible.

Our media and journalism courses after 12th not only imparts the technical skills needed to reach out to audiences via a variety of mass media like TV, radio, video, and the internet but also teaches our budding journalists to wield their influence wisely and ethically. In a world driven by all things digital, we emphasise on equipping our students with the key skills they need to thrive in the broadcast space. Our broadcast journalism degree course bodes well in the modern journalism arena (compared to regular mass communication courses) since it focuses on the internet, television and radio journalism as opposed to traditional print journalism.

The scope for broadcast journalism in our country (and abroad) is huge. While we focus on the broadcast specialisation, one can take up any role in the journalism industry subsequently since our degree course is all-encompassing in nature. So, whether you want to be a news anchor, newspaper editor, creative content writer or web journalist, Seamedu’s bachelor's degree in journalism is all you need to get started. In fact, you can even enter the print journalism industry after a broadcast journalism course!

As one of the leading journalism colleges in India, Seamedu offers a highly specialised Broadcast Journalism degree course in Pune to educate enthusiastic young people into becoming proficient and principled journalists in an era of digital journalism.

Semester I
  • Media & Communication Concepts
  • Media Content
  • News Production for Television & Print
  • Translation Skills
  • General Education I
  • General Education II
Semester II
  • Media Technology
  • Reporting & Journalistic Writing
  • Digital Media Production & Techniques
  • Development Communication
  • Elective I (Any one)
    - Podcast Production Project
    - Photojournalism Project
  • General Education III
  • General Education IV
Semester III
  • Media Laws & Ethics
  • Project -
    Anchoring & Presentation Skills
  • Society and Culture
  • Production of Live Shows
  • General Education V
  • General Education VI
  • Free Elective I
  • Minor I

Semester IV
  • Media and Psychology
  • Elective II (Any One)
    - Fundamental Structure of Democracy
    - Project Political Communication
  • Research Techniques
  • General Education VII
  • General Education VIII
  • Minor II
  • Free Elective II

Semester V
  • Global Media
  • Documentary Production
  • Public Relations & Corporate Communication
  • Elective III (Any One)
    - Feature Journalism
    - Civic Journalism
  • Data Journalism
  • Digital Media Research Project
  • Minor III
  • Internship

Semester VI
  • Final Year Project
  • Portfolio
  • Internship
  • Minor IV

ADYPU students get to choose a minor apart from their Specialisation. These minor subjects compliment the skills learnt under their Specialisation or Majors. Please click here to find the list of minor subjects

  • DSLR and Video Cameras
  • Microphones
  • Adobe Premiere PRo
  • Teleprompters
  • InDesign
  • Audacity
Join Seamedu and build a successful journalism and mass communication career. Learn from the industry experts, know the latest trends, technology, and practical knowledge to get a head start.
  • Anchors and host
  • Documentary producer
  • Reporters/Journalist for various media platforms
  • Production in charge
  • Video journalist
  • Social Media: Content producer and manager
  • Corporate communication
  • Media analysts
  • Content writing
What is the scope of journalism as a career?
There are opportunities in alternative media and on other digital platforms as well. Journalism has numerous career choices and has huge scope to suit your capabilities and interests. Graduates of the broadcast journalism course can find careers as reporters, correspondents, anchors, bulletin producers, production executives, video journalists, cameramen, video editors, sub-editors and photojournalists, to name a few. The media industry is a rapidly growing one.There are more than 300 news channels 24 hours on air, and they need skilled and talented manpower.
Is it better to major in broadcast journalism or print journalism?
In this digital era, you must equip yourself with all-encompassing knowledge and modern-day skills to survive and thrive in this challenging industry. While print journalism courses focus only on the print medium, a broadcast journalism course is all-encompassing. It not only helps you specialise in the ‘broadcast’ aspect (internet, TV and radio), but also covers all bases when it comes to the basics and history of journalism. This way, once you graduate, you can take a call on which area you would like to build your journalism career. Many of our alumni are working in the print journalism industry after studying our broadcast journalism course, so you aren’t really restricted by the specialisation as such. In fact, it helps open up more avenues in the field.
What are the career opportunities in the field of public relations and corporate communication?
There are opportunities in various private companies, including IT companies and government departments, as corporate communication officials. There are various fields for PR who work, especially for politicians, celebrities, finance, among others.
What is data journalism?
Data Journalism is all about going through the vast data in the form of numbers and filtering it. The relevant data is scrutinized, processed, and visualised in story format to explain it to your audience.
What is the difference between mass communication and journalism?
Mass communication is the process of transmitting a message to the general populace through varied media like newspapers, magazines, radio, TV and the internet. It involves media theories, media research, advertising, public relations, media history and management aspects as well. On the other hand, journalism is a subset of mass communication that involves the compilation and transmission of news through these mediums. Journalism education is directed toward creating well-rounded professionals who can take on different roles and responsibilities, including :
Writer, reporter, photojournalist, anchor, news presenter, correspondent, feature producer, creative writer, interviewer, cameraperson, director, editor, documentary filmmaker, radio jockey, promo producer, etc.
What facilities do you provide?
We provide our students with the necessary equipment to learn the skills necessary for their respective fields, such as cameras and multi-cam setups, editing software, professional shooting and recording studios, etc.
In which types of media organisations do you provide placements?
Seamedu students are encouraged from day one to develop a network for knowledge sharing and future growth prospects. We help our students with placements in news channels, newspapers, news portals, as well as more offbeat organisations like documentary production companies, film production houses, etc.
What is anchoring?
Anchors are considered ‘the face’ ofa news channel.They anchor news bulletins, conduct panel discussions and interviews, and deal with breaking news. News anchors should have strong journalistic skills. Respected anchors inspire trust within their audiences and can often hold a great deal of influence over them. News anchors work from the studio or may travel to do on-site or live reports and feature stories as well. They can also work erratic hours to conduct research or to be at the scene of ground-breaking events to report them as they occur. News anchoring, news casting, special show anchoring, panel discussion anchoring and interview anchoring are some subsets of this career.
What is reporting?
Reporting is basically gathering news and verifying it for the telecast. Reporters have to compose and structure information in such a way that viewers will receive and understand it easily. Reporters analyse and deliver newsworthy stories through different forms of media so that the viewers can be aware of and understand important events as they occur. Correspondents research various stories, topics and may also interview people for a detailed analysis. Reporters can also specialise in a particular news beat such as crime, sports, entertainment, business, politics, science and technology. A reporter’s job involves travelling to various places for news coverage.

Students Successfully Placed

Suhasini Yadav

Enigma Virtulux

Kishlay Krishna

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Sonal Raut

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Utkarsha Gavit

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Keyur Parmar

Shri Balaji Society

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