IIMC Entrance Exam 2020: Test for eight mass communication courses on 18 Oct; register by 23 Sep on iimc.ac.in
The exam will be conducted in remote proctored online mode and will have multiple choice questions of a total of 100 marks. IIMC will not be holding GD and interview due to COVID-19 pandemic
IIMC admission 2020: No entrance exam this year, students to be selected on basis of marks, interview
IIMC said that keeping in view the impact of COVID-19 in the near future it has decided to hold the first semester classes through online mode only.
IIMC students call off hunger strike against fee hike after administration accepts demands; last date for fee submission extended till 31 March
The administration has agreed to share details of the committee that will decide the new fee structure
Prashant Kanojia is a straight-shooter who questions people in power, say colleagues; journo's wife claims tweet was a joke
Kanojia's advocate is said to have advised him to return to Delhi immediately and not to speak to the media in Lucknow. "Prashant raises questions on the government and I think this is not being liked by the people in power," said Jagisha.
Delhi Talks: Media has enjoyed most freedom during coalition regimes, says former Doordarshan news reader Sunit Tandon
Sunit Tandon has donned several hats but the most memorable has been that of a news reader in Doordarshan.
IIMC entrance exam 2018: Indian Institute of Mass Communication results declared; check on iimc.nic.in
The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) results, were declared on Thursday. Candidates who have appeared for the entrance examination can check their results on the official website, iimc.nic.in.
Faiz Ahmed Faiz's daughter Moneeza Hashmi disallowed from participating in Delhi event after being invited
Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz's daughter and eminent media personality Muneeza Hashmi was invited to attend a media summit in Delhi but was allegedly not allowed to take part in it without being offered an explanation, media sources said.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has set up a panel to study a proposal to grant deemed university status to the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC).
FTII students claim that the privatisation of film institutes will hike the fees to such an extent that economically weak film enthusiasts won't be able to join.
IIMC DG opines that there is no harm in conducting religious rituals on campus; he added that students are free to conduct rituals on campus. He also invited former Bastar IGP Kalluri for a media seminar.