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In today’s time, most of the youth want to do a good job, journalism and mass communication have become one of the most sought-after fields as they offer exciting career options. Mass communication is an area in which you can do a good job.

Everyone wants to become popular and by doing course in mass communication students get prominence in the society. The great opportunity to covered the societal issues and many more in different forms like print, television, radio, films, magazines, internet, public relations and advertisement etc.

Mass communication is a field of wild variety of opportunities to do.

There are some college that are listed top 10 in India.

Rank 1

Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media, Bengaluru was established in 2001 and is one of the leading private college of South Asia.
It is affiliated with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York.

Rank 2

Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune was set up in 1990. A private-autonomous college,
Accreditated & Recognised by AICTE.
It is affiliated with Symbiosis International University, Pune.

Rank 3

Established by the late Lala Shri Ram on 18th July 1956, Lady Shri Ram College for Women is an autonomous constituent college. Accreditated & Recognisef “A” Grade by UGC, NCTE, NAAC.
Affiliated with University of Delhi.

Rank 4

Christ College, Bengaluru or Christ University. A minority-autonomous college, Accreditated & Recognised “A” Grade by UGC, NAAC .
Affiliated with Christ University, Bengaluru

Rank 5

School of Communication, Manipal is self-affiliated with the Manipal University, Manipal and is private-autonomous college , established in the year 1997.Accreditated & Recognisef by UGC.

Rank 6

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Delhi (DCAC), established on 8th August 1987, a government aided college established with the support of the Delhi Administration and governed by the Salwan Trust.
Accreditated & Recognised byUGC, NAAC with “B+” Grade.

Rank 7

Established in 1924, Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi, was an initiative of Annie Besant. A private aided college Accreditated and Recognised by AICTE, UGC, NAAC with “A” Grade

Rank 8

Kishinchand Chellaram College, Mumbai, set up in 1954, is managed by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai.
Accreditated and Recognised by UGC, NAAC with “A” Grade.

Rank 9

A constituent college of the University of Delhi, Kamala Nehru College, New Delhi was established on 21st July 1964. A government aided college Accreditated and Recognised by UGC, NAAC with “A” Grade.

Rank 10

Madras Christian College, established by the Church of Scotland in 1837.
A Minority- autonomous college Accreditated and Recognised by UGC, NAAC with “A” Grade.

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