To commemorate 100 years of media education in India, the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) in New Delhi has invited research papers. A special issue of its journal, Communicator, will be published in April-June
The prestigious Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) in New Delhi has invited research papers for journalism courses to commemorate India’s 100-year history of journalism education. The institute will publish a special issue of its journal Communicator in April-June. “Many milestones have been generated during the 100 years of media journalism education,” according to the IIMC, “which attest to 10 decades of growth from public communication to print and print to online media.” Important media practitioners, communicators, and others fall into this category. The academy is looking for research papers.
There are several study paper subjects.
1 India’s Media Education Journey: A Communication Shift
2 India’s Media Education: The Evolution of a Revolution
3 In India and South Asia, media education is significant.
4 Media education is becoming more Indianized.
5 Is Media Education a Myth or a Fact?
6 Media Education Challenges and Opportunities
At 7 Cosrode, students are taught about the media.
8 Media Education: A 21st-Century Requirement
9 gaps in media education.
10 media education heroes
11 Communication Education vs. Media Education.
Media education through 12 open universities.
Journalism and media education through 13 media houses.
Impact of media education in 14 regional languages.
15 Media education for consumers, manufacturers and policy makers.
16 Role and Impact of Media Education.
17 The Impact of Digital Learning in Media Education.
18 Multi-disciplinary approach in media education.
19 Collaboration with Institutes for Academic Excellence in Media Education.
20 Future of Media Education in India.
21 Pioneer Media Educational Institute in India.
22 Media Faculty Training Mechanism.
Uniformity of 23 Media Course Curriculum Shaping Professionals.
24 Role of Media Education in Empowering Women.
25 Impact of media education in out of reach.
26 Social Change through Media Education.
27 Publications in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Mass communication has emerged as a major field of interest, and it has made a significant contribution to society’s growth and empowerment. It has steadily grown in importance as an academic discipline and has become a big draw for students. The growth of mass media has been aided greatly by the information technology revolution. It has also raised significant challenges for students, teachers, and media practitioners. In a way that no other field of academic activity has seen, the constantly emerging technology scenario is changing the very complexion of the discipline. It’s a challenge that IIMC gladly welcomes. Over the course of 28 hundred years of media education, 29 cultural, educational, religious, health, entertainment, film, radio, and television topics have arisen. Over 100 former students of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) have written to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, opposing the over 100% fee increase in ten years and requesting a reversal. Last week, students at the IIMC began a strike over a fee increase.
Over 120 alumni of the institute wrote to the secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I and B), expressing their support for the protesting students. The chairman of the IIMC Society, which regulates the university, is also the secretary of the Ministry of I and B.