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Smt. Indira Gandhi inaugurated Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) on August 17, 1965 when she was Minister for Information and Broadcasting. In 1969, IIMC started offering “Post-graduate Diploma Course in Journalism for Developing Countries, for middle level working journalists from Afro-Asian countries”, informs the official website.
Aspirants seeking admission in Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (Hindi & English), Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Radio and TV Journalism, Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Advertising and Public Relations as well as Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (Odia) need to appear for IIMC Entrance Exam 2017.
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Sector - 16C Dwarka
Delhi - 110078, India
|Exam Type||All india level|
Only Indian nationals are allowed to appear for IIMC Entrance Exam. However, five seats in each course are on offer to NRIs/NRI-sponsored candidates. Candidates falling under NRIs/NRI-sponsored category and who want to apply for both non-NRI and NRI categories need to submit separate IIMC application forms for each category.
Aspirants need to appear for IIMC Entrance Exam on their own expense. The written test for IIMC admissions 2017 (in all the courses offered by the college) is of two hours duration and the maximum marks one can secure in this exam is 85.
IIMC exam is held at an All-India level. There is no set pattern for IIMC Entrance Exam, however, aspirants appearing for Journalism course admissions will be judged on the below mentioned parameters:
The eligibility criterion for IIMC Entrance Exam 2017 is such that only Indian nationals are allowed to take IIMC entrance test for admission in PG Diploma courses.
As per IIMC Entrance Exam 2017 eligibility criteria only those candidates can apply for this entrance exam who possess a Bachelor’s degree. The bachelor’s degree can be in any discipline.
Apart from this, aspirants who have already appeared or who are appearing for a degree exam can also apply for IIMC Entrance Exam.
Note: The official website states that candidates who have appeared for or are appearing for a degree examination, need to produce atleast a provisional certificate in original from their college/university before the date stipulated by IIMC, failing which the provisional admission will stand cancelled.