About BJMC

Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) is one of the most sought after courses. The career path in the sector of journalism and mass communication has various exciting job opportunities coupled with joy. It promotes and encourages aspirants to think out of the box and bring creativity to the core.

Students, after the completion of BJMC course, acquire journalism skills and can take up job responsibilities such as proof-reading, content developing, editing, and reporting and many other roles in the media industry. A candidate with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication will also have high demand in the market. There are various mass communication colleges in Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, India. The place has multiple colleges and universities and is also known as the education capital of India. Tula’s Institute is one of the colleges among many in Dehradun that offer BJMC course to aspirants. Located in the beautifully serene valley of Dehradun, Tula’s Institute is known for its best campus placement. The BJMC course at Tula’s Institute is affiliated to Sri Dev Suman University, Uttarakhand.


  • Global centre of excellence in the communication arena.


  • To develop national and international leaders in the field of media.
  • To impart technology-driven education where students use the technology and skills to communicate socio-political value in society,
  • To study and understand the diversity of society to create a culturally diverse and democratic society.
  • To facilitate and promote media research so as to understand media and its effect in continuously changing scenarios.
  1. PEO1 : Using strong professional aptitude and domain knowledge to create media correspondence for the upliftment of society.
  2. PEO2 : Applying research and pioneering abilities enlarged with communication, co-operation and authority aptitudes to exceed expectations.
  3. PEO3 : Indicating persistent improvement in their expert profession through deep rooted learning, acknowledging human qualities and morals.
  1. Evaluate an understanding of social concepts and principles of social science and other fields.
  2. Hypothesize and define problems and opportunities in the realm of media and communication.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to identify social problems, isolate its key components, analyze and assess the salient issues, draw appropriate conclusions & implications for proposed experiments.
  4. Devise the use of appropriate ways to effectively manage contemporary social prospects.
  5. Resolving and recommend next generation mass media tools.
  1. PSO1 : Developing an understanding about the importance of mass media in the society.
  2. PSO2 : Simulating the crucial role played by print media in society and diverse concepts, elements and sources of the media industry.
  3. PSO3 : Highlighting different forms of reporting and news writing with a thorough speculation of the structure of writing for the media.
  4. PSO4 : Defining various aspects of editing and the intricacies involved in the various paraphrases of the media.

Tula's Institute is ranked as No. 1 college in the Dehradun for BJMC, equips its aspirants of media and journalism with tools and techniques of strategic media communication. This will give them an advantage since professionals in today’s dynamic media world. The BJMC program at Tula's Institute is structured to keep students at the prominent positions of media through innovative teaching methods blending theoretical knowledge and practical application. Tula’s Institute through practical workshops, real challenges, and with working on real-time industry projects and industry professionals develops skills of its students. This prepares students to succeed in this increasingly competitive sector and make them employable. The college has state-of-the-art newsroom fully equipped with most high-tech media equipment including teleprompters, audio-video monitors, HD cameras and many more. The News Room at Tula's Institute is designed to provide students with the correct exposure to electronic media and mass communication. A community radio station with On-Air Studio, Production and Video Rooms are also available at Tula’s Institute.

Mass communication students at Tula’s Institute are encouraged to prepare short films and work on various research projects in the form of assignments. The students get an opportunity to meet many popular Bollywood stars at Dehradun Film Festival, conducted every year by Tula’s Institute. The students get a chance to interview the stars and have an interaction with them. Students also get to learn more about film making, scriptwriting, and various other things. The festival also organises the screening of Bollywood and Hollywood films at this star-studded event. The institute often conducts various outdoor and indoor activities to enhance the students' media communication skills. Interactions with popular media personalities and regular visits to some popular news channels are planned to provide industrial exposure to students. Extra efforts are also taken to improve speech & personality development of students.

Apart from these activities, students are also encouraged to take part in various clubs such as CAPTURE, FOOTLOOSE, CATWALK, SARGAM, etc. The Capture Club brings together all the camera-loving people where they get to learn about photography, which is a part of journalism and participate in various in-house and outdoor competitions. The rest of the clubs are all about bringing students interested in modelling, acting, dancing, and music.

Journalism and its Categories

Journalism is basically divided into two categories Print Media and Electronic Media.

Print Media: A job in the field of print media revolves around newspapers, journals, and magazines, whereas in the electronic media field it revolves around the television, radio, and the new media-internet.

Students willing to pursue a career in print journalism can get an opportunity to work as a:

News Reporter: As a reporter of a prominent magazine or newspaper your job will be to report with speech clarity, and accuracy. Presenting a news story with clarity and objectivity will be very important in this role.

Correspondent: To be a reporter of a particular field for example - crime, politics, business, you need to have a thorough knowledge of that field. You must be able to read between the lines and explain the news based on your understanding.

Feature Writer: As a feature writer you will need to write stories and keen observations of specific topics.

Proof Writer: As a proof writer you will need to evaluate and edit the document with proper grammar in a crisp and refined manner. For this job role, one must possess skills in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Editor: Editor is the key person whose responsibility is to ensure uniformity and continuity of the print media. An editor is a person who presents the newspaper in an eye-catching fashion.

Columnist: A columnist is a person who writes for a particular segment in the newspaper or magazine. Their column would highlight their viewpoint concerning any topic like fashion, politics or business, lifestyle, etc.

Photo Journalist: A photo journalist is also known as a visual reporter. They must be able to take pictures which represent a news-story and work under challenging conditions. Furthermore, they must be able to write appropriate captions and have knowledge of the technical aspects of photography.

Cartoonist: As a cartoonist, you have to be artistic and humorous to get recognition. The role of a cartoonist is to comment on public personalities and other happenings in a satirical manner.

Electronic Media

Aspirants in the electronic media can get placed in the organisation as a:

News Anchor: A news anchor is the face of the channel. To be a news anchor one must have excellent communication skills, presentation skills, command over their speech, diction and language, general knowledge, and the ability to be composed in stressful conditions. An additional quality that a news presenter must have is control over words and a good variety of facial expressions to convey the right tone of the news.

Broadcast Reporter: As a broadcast reporter one must have excellent communication and presentation skills. They must also have a nose for news.

Researchers: The job of a researcher is to do research work for the channel or the site. A researcher must be creative and inquisitive.

Personal Attributes one needs to get success in the field of journalism

Studying journalism and mass communication from a mass communication college in Dehradun, one is eligible to get a degree in journalism, but there are few things which one must have to become a successful journalist or a media personality.

They must have a curious mind, will power, an aptitude for presenting information in a precise, concise and effective manner. And should be able to arrange thoughts and express them clearly in both forms of communication – written as well as oral. Moreover, a journalist has to be diplomatic and confident while taking interviews with politicians and celebrities. A journalist must be able to filter out relevant facts from the irrelevant ones. Lastly, a journalist must be capable of accepting criticism and have the zeal to rewrite in this profession.

1. BJMC 3 years

Passed XII or equivalent course in any discipline from any recognized Board / Council / University with minimum 45% marks for general (open) category and 40% marks for students of SC and ST category.

Age Requirement: The minimum age requirement for BJMC is 17 years.


BJMC 101 Introduction to Communication
BJMC 102 Mass Media Writing
BJMC 103 Journalism –An Introduction
BJMC 104 Basics of Computers


BJMC 201 History of Print & Broadcasting in India
BJMC 202 Reporting and Editing for Print
BJMC 203 Socio-Economic & Political Scenario
BJMC 204 Basics of Design & Graphics


BJMC 301 Photo Journalism
BJMC 302 Advertising and Public Relations
BJMC 303 Radio Journalism and Production
BJMC 304 New Media


BJMC 401 Introduction to Cinema
BJMC 402 Development Communication
BJMC 403 Media Law
BJMC 404 Reporting and Editing for Broadcasting


BJMC 501 Contemporary Issues
BJMC 502 Online Journalism
BJMC 503 Media Management
BJMC 504 Digital Video Editing


BJMC 601 Print Media Production
BJMC 602 Radio and Television Production
BJMC 603 Internship
BJMC 604 Comprehensive Vive-Voice
Dr Ranit Kishore

Head of the Department,

The department of bachelors in Journalism and Media Communication intends on providing the students the apt understanding of the curriculum and offer convenient resources to facilitate learning for student outcomes. We are dedicated to facilitate the students with every kind of aid and advice they need and require. Our main goal is to ensure that students achieve proficiency in the field of journalism and mass communication so as to serve the society. We are determined to provide the students with a platform to channel their abilities and come out as their best-selves.




Name:- Mr. Aditya Kumar             

Education:- M.A, B.A (Media and Communication Studies)

Designation:- Assistant Professor

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Name:- Ms. Nikita Misra             

Education:- M.A, B.A (Media and Communication Studies)

Designation:- Assistant Professor


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