FAQ


Q. What makes JIMMC a distinct institution?


Ans. Our motto “The doer alone learneth” is what sets apart JIMMC as an institution. Here the focus is on giving the students a sound theoretical base along with a backup of strong practical work which helps them understand the lesson through “doing”. Students do a practical exercise for every concept they learn. Our strength lies in our well qualified faculty members who mentor the students in their practical work with a lot of personal attention. We take pride is our state-of-the art infrastructure which includes well equipped Labs and Studios required to pick up the essential technical know-how for students.

JIMMC belongs to the prestigious and established Dainik Jagran group and functions under the Jagran Education Foundation. JIMMC offers UGC recognized Bachelors and Masters programmes. All the activities at JIMMC are well thought of and conducted to put our students at an advantage when they step into the professional world. Guest lectures, workshops and seminars by eminent media professionals are a regular feature and help the students get first hand industry exposure.

JIMMC is conveniently located near the Sector15 Metro Station and is in close proximity to the Film City Sector 16-A, Noida. There is Hostel facility for outstation candidates.



Q. Why should I opt for journalism course at JIMMC?


Ans. JIMMC Journalism courses have a distinct advantage as the focus is to train students through practicals. At regular intervals, TV journalism students bring out their news bulletins and Print journalism students bring out their news journal. In the process they learn to solve the problems they face. Along with a deep understanding of Journalism concepts, this practical training prepares them better for work in the media industry. JIMMC has well equipped studio, computer labs, and FCP lab and shooting equipment to facilitate students’ practical work.

All degree programme students get a degree from Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar and a diploma from JIMMC. This makes it a dual certification programme.

JIMMC has a strong media networking as it is a part of the Dainik Jagran group. Print journalism students are given preference for internship in Dainik Jagran newspaper. Our print journalism students are working with other popular newspapers and magazines like the Times of India, Indian Express, Rashtriya Sahara, Amar Ujala, MID-DAY, etc.

Our TV journalism alumni are placed with leading channels and production houses like: Aaj Tak, NDTV, India TV, IBN-7, Star News, ZEE News, Total TV, Lok Sabha TV, Janmat, and many others.



Q. What is the selection process to take admission for any course in JIMMC?

Ans. The student can apply for admission in any one way:


=> Apply Online on our website www.applyonline.in

=> Download the form, fill in and send it to the JIMMC Postal Address

=> In case you have no access to internet facility then write to us with a self-addressed envelope affixed with a Rs. 30/- stamp to: JIMMC, F-33, Sector 6, NOIDA. PIN 201301


After the student applies, he/she is given a date for the JIMMC Entrance Test at JIMMC Noida campus.

The test is based on General Knowledge and Current Affairs questions or Animation Aptitude Test (Digital games & movies awareness, drawing & sketching, IQ & reasoning) and candidate’s personal interview.

Sample test papers are given under “Admission” -> “How to Apply” section on our website.

We’ve added a provision of “Online Entrance Test” for outstation students who are unable to come in person for the test. Along with applying online, these students will have to write an email on admissions.jimmc@gmail.com, mentioning the reason for which they cannot come in person for the test. After considering their case, an online entrance test will be arranged for them.



Q. What is the difference between B.Sc., M.Sc. and Diploma courses?

Ans. B.Sc. courses are for 3 years and equip the student with a UGC recognised Bachelor’s Degree. The student must be a Class 12 pass out from any stream to pursue B.Sc. MCAJ or B.Sc. Multimedia from JIMMC.

M.Sc. courses are a 2 years Master’s Degree programme and can be taken up only if you have a Bachelor’s degree in any stream.

Diploma courses are of a shorter duration, industry friendly courses which prepare the student to be work ready. They can be done after clearing Class 12 from any stream. Whereas, PG Diploma courses can be done after completing Bachelor’s from any stream.

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