TUMKUR UNIVERSITYJOURNALISM (UG) SYLLABUSas per the CBCS modelWith effect from 2016-17
1Tumkur UniversityJOURNALISM (UG) SYLLABUSas per the CBCS modelWith effect from 2016-17COURSE STRUCTURESemester PaperNo.TitleNo. ofTeachingHours/Week5CreditDuration ofSemester-endExaminationMaximumMaximummarks forMarks forIASemester-endExamination1090Maximummarks percourse/semester10053 hours553 hours1090100553 hours1090100I1II2III3Introduction toCommunication and MediaFundamentals ofJournalismMedia LawsIV4Audio Visual Media553 hours10901005Reporting553 hours10901006Editing553 hours10901007Media Management553 hours10901008Advertising and PublicRelations553 hours1090100VVI
2Semester I—Paper 1INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION AND MEDIATeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)UNIT-ITotal hours/semester: 9018 hoursCommunication: Meaning, Definition, Nature, Scope, Process of Communication, Functions ofCommunicationUNIT-218 hoursKinds of Communication: Oral and Written, Verbal and Non-Verbal. Levels of Communication:Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Group, Mass Communication. Differences between levels ofcommunication.UNIT -318 hoursBasic Models of Communication: Aristotle’s Model, Herald D. Lasswell’s Model, David Berlo’sModel, Shannon & Weaver’s Model, Hypodermic Needle Model, Osgood’s Model. Differencesbetween Linear and Non-linear Models. Glossary of Communication.UNIT-418 hoursMedia for Mass Communication: Characteristics of Print Media, Electronic Media, Traditional andFolk Media, and New Media.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals*: (1) Oral communication (2) Group discussion (3) Letters to the Editor (4) Simpleanalysis of local folk arts* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. David Berlo: The Process of Communication, Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, New York, 1960.2. Wilbur Schramm: Mass Communication, University of Illinois Press: Urbana, IL, 1960.3. Denis Mcquail: McQuail’s Mass Communication Theory (6th Edition), SAGE Publications Ltd,20104. Keval J Kumar: Mass Communication in India (4th Revised Edition), Jaico Publishing House,Mumbai, 2014.5. Uma Narula: Mass Communication: Theory and Practice, Haranand Publications Pvt Ltd, NewDelhi, 2008.6. Chandrakant P Singh: Dictionary of Media and Journalism, IK International Pvt. Ltd, Delhi, 2004.7. Subir Ghosh: Mass Communication: An Indian Perspective, Shishu Sahitya Samsad, 20098. gÀAd À ªÁ À½î: J èjUÀÆ ÉÃPÀÄ ÀAªÀºÀ À PË À , « ÀäAiÀÄ ÀæPÁ À À, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ, 20129. J. J ï. Á ÀÄ§æºÀätå: ÀªÀÄÆºÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ ÀzÀ«ªÀgÀt PÉÆÃ À, PÀ ÀßqÀ C üªÀÈ Þ Áæ üPÁgÀ, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ.10. n. ¹. ÀÆtÂðªÀÄ:DzsÀÄ PÀ ÀAªÀºÀ À ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ PÀ ÀßqÀzÀ C üªÀÈ Þ, Àæ ÁgÁAUÀ, PÀ ÀßqÀ« Àé«zÁå AiÀÄ, ºÀA , 200311. ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ ÀzÀPÉÆÃ À, PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«Ä, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ12. . J ï. ZÀAzÀæ ÉÃRgï: ÀªÀÄÆºÀ ÀA ÀPÀð ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ, Àæ ÁgÁAUÀ, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ « Àé«zÁå AiÀÄ, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ,1987.
3Semester II—Paper 2FUNDAMENTALS OF JOURNALISMTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursJournalism: Definitions, Nature, Scope, Functions. Principles of Journalism. Glossary of PrintMedia.UNIT-218 hoursKinds of Journalism: Development Journalism, Community Journalism, Tabloid Journalism.Kannada Journalism: Origin, Growth and Development.UNIT -318 hoursPress in India: A brief Review of the Evolution of Indian Press, with reference to J A Hickey, RajaRam Mohan Roy, James Silk Buckingham, M K Gandhi, S. Sadanand and B G HornimanUNIT-418 hoursReview of newspaper and periodicals contents. Photo Journalism. Cartoons. News Agencies.Professional Press Organizations.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals* : (1) Photography related activities (2) Editorial page discussion (3) Media related quiz(4) Documenting issue-related newspaper clippings (5) Simple analysis of local/regional newspapers* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. B N Ahuja: History of Indian Press – Growth of Newspapers in India, Surjeet Publications,Delhi, 20092. D S Mehta: Mass Communication and Journalism in India, Aliied Publishers Pvt Ltd., Mumbai,20063. William L. Rivers: The Mass Media: Reporting Writing Editing, Harper & Row, 19754. F. Fraser Bond: An Introduction to Journalism, The Macmillan Company, 19545. Nadig Krishnamurthy: Indian Journalism, Prasaranga, Mysore University, Mysore, 19666. Rangaswami Parthasarathy: Journalism in India, Sterling Publications Pvt. Ltd., 19977. ÁrUÀ PÀÈµÀÚªÀÄÆwð: sÁgÀwÃAiÀÄ ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ, PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«Ä, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 20068. r. «. f: ªÀÈvÀ Û ÀwæPÉ, PÁªÁå AiÀÄ, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ, 20019. f. J ï. gÀAUÀ ÁxÀ gÁªï: ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ, PÁªÀÄzsÉÃ ÀÄ ÀæPÁ À À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200610. PÀ ÁðlPÀ ÀwæPÁ ÉÆÃPÀzÀ üÃªÀÄAvÀgÀÄ PÀÈw ÀgÀtÂ 1-9, PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«Ä, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200111. PÀ ÁðlPÀ ÀwæPÁ EwºÁ À ( ÀA ÀÄl 1,2,3): PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«Ä, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 1999
4Semester III—Paper 3MEDIA LAWSTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursConcept of Freedom of Press. Press as Fourth Estate. Role of Press in Democracy. Press duringEmergency of 1975. Freedom of Speech and Expression: Article 19(1)(a) and Article 19(2). Theoriesof Press.UNIT-218 hoursMedia Laws: Defamation – Slander and Libel. Sedition, Obscenity, Censorship. Contempt of Court Meaning, Kinds, Defences, Punishment. Cyber Crime. Media Ombudsman.UNIT -318 hoursMedia Acts: Official Secrets Act. Working Journalist Act of 1955. Parliamentary Proceedings andPrivileges. The Press and Registration of Books Act. Copy Right Act. Right to Information Act.UNIT-418 hoursPublic and Private Media. McBride Commission. Press Commissions of India. Press Council ofIndia. Prasar Bharati Act. Chanda Committee & Verghese Committee.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals* : (1) Case Presentations on Media Laws and Acts (2) Group Discussion on Freedom ofthe Press (3) Seminars and workshops* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. Durga Das Basu: Laws of the Press in India, Prentice Hall of India, 19802. Rayudu C S and Nageswara Rao: Mass Media Laws and Regulations, Himalaya PublishingHouse, 20103. Someshwara Rao B: Journalism: Ethics, Codes and the Law, ACME Bangalore.4. Ahuja B N: History of Press Laws & Communications, Surjeet Publications, Delhi, 2009.5. J ï. J ï. C ÉÆÃPï PÀÄªÀiÁgï, ªÀiÁzsÀªÀ LvÁ¼ï: PÀöë ätgÉÃSÉ, IÄvÀ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 20086. gÀAd À ªÁ À½î: ÀwæPÁ ªÀÄAqÀ½: K ÀÄ? JvÀ?Û « ÀäAiÀÄ ÀæPÁ À À, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ, 20117. Reports First Press Commission Report, Second Press Commission Report, Press CouncilAct
5Semester IV—Paper 4AUDIO-VISUAL MEDIATeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursBrief History of Radio. Evolution of Radio in India. FM, Community Radio, Educational Radio,Farm Radio.UNIT-218 hoursImpact of Radio on Society: Developed Countries and Developing Countries. Types of Programmeson AIR. Yuvavani, News, Women, Labourers, Special Audience. Principle of Writing for Radio.UNIT -318 hoursA Brief History of Television. Development of Television in India. Advent of Private Channels,Cable and Satellite TV. Television as an Educational Medium. Television Programme Formats.UNIT-418 hoursA Brief History of Indian Cinema. New Trends in Indian Cinema. Status of Kannada Cinema.Censorship in India. Trends in New Media. Animation. Glossary of Audio Visual Media.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals*: (1) Script Writing for Radio and TV (2) Anchoring for Radio and TV (3) PTC(4) Film Review* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. B N Ahuja: Audio Visual Journalism, Surjeet Publications, Delhi, 20092. Mehra Masani: Broadcasting and the People, National Book Trust, 19763. Shrivastava K M: Broadcast Journalism in the 21st Century, Sterling Publishers, New Delhi, 20093. Bliss and Patterson: Writing News for Broadcast, Columbia University Press, 19784. Kaushik Sharda: Script to Screen - Introduction to TV Journalism, Macmillan India, 20105. Gerald Millerson: Technique of Television Production, Focal Press, 19996. Mullick K R: Tangled Tapes-The Inside Story of Indian Broadcasting, Sterling Publications, 19747. Erik Barnouw & S. Krishnaswamy: Indian Film, Oxford University Press, USA, 19808. Garga B D: So Many Cinemas: The Motion Picture in India, Eminence Designs, 19969. UÀAUÁzsÀgÀ ªÉÆzÀ AiÀiÁgï: PÀ ÀßqÀ ¹ ÉªÀiÁ-EwºÁ ÀzÀ ÀÄlUÀ¼À è, PÀ ÀßqÀ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À Áæ üPÁgÀ, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 1998
6Semester V—Paper 5REPORTINGTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursNews: Meaning, Definitions. News Values, Kinds of News. Principles of News Writing. Methods ofWriting a News Story. Leads: Types of Leads. Sources of News. Qualifications of a Reporter.UNIT-218 hoursReporting Speech, Crime, Sports, Courts, Accidents, Science, Agriculture. News writing skills forcovering Conference, Seminar, Press Conference, Press Releases.UNIT -318 hoursInterview: Meaning, Preparation, Techniques, Types. Methods of Writing Interview StoriesUNIT-418 hoursFeatures: Meaning, Definitions, Kinds. Writing different kinds of features. Differences betweennews, articles and features.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals*: (1) News Reporting (2) Interviewing (3) Model Press Conference (4) Meet-the-Press* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. Kamath M V: Journalist’s Handbook, Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd, Noida, 20112. Srivastava K M: News Reporting and Editing, Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd, Delhi, 20093. Rangaswami Parthasarathy: Basic Journalism, MacMillan Publishers India Ltd., Delhi, 20124. Rangaswami Parthasarthy: Here is the News! Reporting for the Media. Sterling Publishing Pvt.Ltd. New Delhi 19965. McDougal C D: Interpretative Reporting, MacMillan Company, 19726. Kamath M V: Professional Journalism, Vikas, New Delhi, 19807. Ramachandra Iyer: Quest for News, MacMillan Pvt. Ltd. Madras, 19798. Baba Prasad M: Reporting, Wordmakers, Bangalore.9. JA. «. PÁªÀÄvï (C ÀÄ: J ï. J ï. gÁªÀÄ Àæ Ázï): ªÀÈwÛ ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ, PÀ ÁðlPÀ ÀwæPÁ CPÁqÉ«Ä, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 199010. gÀAd À ªÁ À½î: ÀÄravÀæUÀ¼ÀÄ K ÀÄ? ºÉÃUÉ? ÀÄªÀÄÄR ÀæPÁ À À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200311. « ÉéÃ ÀégÀ sÀmï: ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ À è«, CAQvÀ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 201012. . gÁeÉÃAzÀæ: ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ ªÀiÁUÀðzÀ²ð, zÉÃ¹ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 201013. PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«ÄAiÀÄ ‘ ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À ªÀiÁ É’AiÀÄ PÀÈwUÀ¼ÀÄ
7Semester V—Paper 6EDITINGTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursFunctions of Newsroom – Reporting section, Editorial Dept. Different designations in Reportingsection and their responsibilities.UNIT-218 hoursEditing: Meaning, Purpose. Principles of Editing. Rewriting: Purpose, Principles. Translation:Meaning, Purpose, Principles. Style sheet.UNIT -318 hoursQualifications and responsibilities of Editor, News Editor, Chief Sub-editor, Sub Editor. Headlines:Meaning, Kinds, Functions, Headline Writing.UNIT-418 hoursIntroduction to Typography. Graphic Arts. Animation. Principles of Page Designing. Comparativestudy of page designs of different newspapers. Recent trends in Pagination.UNIT-5Practicals*: (1) Headline Writing (2) Translation (3) Rewriting18 hours* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. B N Ahuja & S S Chabra: Editing, Surjeet Publications, Delhi, 20092. Bruce Westley: News Editing (3rd Edition), IBH Publications, New Delhi, 19803. Baskette, Sissors & Brooks: The Art of Editing (5th Edition). Macmillan Publishing Co. NewYork, 19924. Harold Evans: Newspaper Design, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 19735. Wolseley & Campbell: Newsmen at Work, Houghton and Mifflin, 19496. T J S George: Editing- A Handbook for the Journalist, IIMC, New Delhi, 19897. Spencer L M: Editorial Writing8. Robert C. McGiffert: The Art of Editing News, Chilton Book Co., 19729. ÀæzsÁ À UÀÄgÀÄzÀvÀÛ: sÁµÁAvÀgÀ PÀ É, À Àß §ÄPï ºË ï, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200710. f. J ï. gÀAUÀ ÁxÀ gÁªï: ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ, PÁªÀÄzsÉÃ ÀÄ ÀæPÁ À À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200611. « ÉéÃ ÀégÀ sÀmï: vÀ É§gÀºÀ ÀwæPÉ ºÀuÉ§gÀºÀ, CAQvÀ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 200912. PÀ ÁðlPÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ CPÁqÉ«ÄAiÀÄ ‘ ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À ªÀiÁ É’AiÀÄ PÀÈwUÀ¼ÀÄ
8Semester VI—Paper 7MEDIA MANAGEMENTTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursStarting of a Newspaper: Structure of a Newspaper organisation and its operations. Principles ofnewspaper business: Planning, staffing, organisation, directing. Types of newspaper organisation.UNIT-218 hoursNewspaper Ownership: Types of newspaper ownership in India. Role of Circulation, Promotion andAdvertisement. Public Relations for Newspaper Organisation.UNIT -318 hoursProblems and prospects of newspaper industry in India. Small Newspapers and their problems.Global Competition on Indian Media.UNIT-418 hoursStarting of a TV channel and Radio station. Organizational Structure of radio and TV studios.Recent trends in television and radio broadcasting in India.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals* : (1) Media visit (2) Filling up of Form IV (Applying for RNI registration) (3) Study oflocal media establishments (their problems and prospects).* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. Achal Mehra: Newspaper Management in the New Multimedia Age, Asian Mass CommunicationResearch and Information Centre (AMIC), Singapore, 19882. Rucker & Williams: Newspaper Organization and Management, 5 edition, Iowa State Pr; 19553. Trilok N. Sindhwani: Newspaper Economics and Management, Ankur Publishing House, 19794. Rayudu C S: Media and Communication Management, Himalaya Publishing House, 20115. Mocavatt & Pringle: Electronic Media Management, Stoneham, MA: Focal Press, 19866. Arun Bhattacharjee: Indian Press – Profession to Industry, Vikas Publications, 19727. Barnhart T F: Weekly Newspaper Management, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 19528. . PÉ. gÀ« ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ÀvÀå ÀæPÁ ï JA. Dgï.: ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄ-GzÀåªÀÄ, PÀ ÀßqÀ ÀÄ ÀPÛ À Áæ üPÁgÀ, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 2008
9Semester VI—Paper 8ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONSTeaching hours: 5 hrs/week(Theory: 04 hrs Practicals: 01 hr)Total hours/semester: 90UNIT-I18 hoursAdvertising: Meaning, Nature, Scope, Types of Advertisements. Role of advertising in Society.Advertisements and Ethics. ASCI.UNIT-218 hoursAdvertising Agencies. Functions of Advertising Agencies. Copy Writing, Slogan Writing,Visualization.UNIT -318 hoursNature and Scope of Public Relations. Qualifications and Responsibilities of a Public RelationsOfficer. Differences between Publicity, Public Opinion, Propaganda and Public Relations.UNIT-418 hoursPR Tools: House Journals, Press Conferences, Press releases, Exhibitions, Advertising, Media Tour.Professional Organizations in Public Relations. Event Management. Corporate Communication.Corporate Social Responsibility.UNIT-518 hoursPracticals*: (1) Copy Writing (2) Slogan Writing (3) Preparing Press Releases* The performance of the students in the practicals /assignments should be considered for theInternal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. Keval J Kumar: Advertising in India2. Sandage and Others: Advertising – Theory and Practice3. Sethia & Chunawala: Advertising – Principles and Practice4. Otto Kleppner: Advertising Procedure5. Cutlip & Center: Effective Public Relations6. Ravindran: Handbook of Public Relations7. Ahuja & Chandra: Public Relations8. Sam Black: Practical Public Relations9. K R Balan: Applied Public Relations & Communication, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 2008
10OPEN ELECTIVEINTRODUCTION TO MASS MEDIATeaching hours: 2 hrs/weekTotal hours/semester: 32UNIT-I6 hoursMeaning and scope of Journalism. Print media: Characteristics of newspapers and magazines. Kindsand content. Structure of a news report.UNIT-II8 hoursElectronic media: Characteristics of Radio. AIR and private FM channels. Radio programmeformats. Characteristics of television. Doordarshan and private channels. Contents and formats.Cable TV and DTH.UNIT-III6 hoursNew Media: Characteristics and Uses of Internet. Blogs. Social Networking Sites. Merits anddemerits.UNIT-IV6 hoursFreelance Journalism: Meaning and scope. Writing for Print and Electronic Media. Importance ofAdvertising and Public Relations.UNIT-V6 hoursPhoto Journalism: Meaning and Scope. Photo Editing. Cinema and its significance.Note: Some practical assignments like writing a news report, analysis of a newspaper/magazine canbe considered for Internal Assessment marks. The students should maintain a Record Book.REFERENCES1. Keval J Kumar: Mass Communication in India (4th Revised Edition), Jaico Publishing House,Mumbai, 2014.2. D S Mehta: Mass Communication and Journalism in India, Aliied Publishers Pvt Ltd., Mumbai,20063. Shrivastava K M: Broadcast Journalism in the 21st Century, Sterling Publishers, New Delhi,20094. . J ï. ZÀAzÀæ ÉÃRgï: ÀªÀÄÆºÀ ÀA ÀPÀð ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ, Àæ ÁgÁAUÀ, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ « Àé«zÁå AiÀÄ, ªÉÄÊ ÀÆgÀÄ,1987.5. n. ¹. ÀÆtÂðªÀÄ: DzsÀÄ PÀ ÀAªÀºÀ À ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ PÀ ÀßqÀzÀ C üªÀÈ Þ, Àæ ÁgÁAUÀ, PÀ ÀßqÀ« Àé«zÁå AiÀÄ, ºÀA , 20036. f. J ï. gÀAUÀ ÁxÀ gÁªï: ÀwæPÉÆÃzÀåªÀÄ, PÁªÀÄzsÉÃ ÀÄ ÀæPÁ À À, ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, 2006
11JOURNALISM - MODEL QUESTION PAPERDuration: 3 hoursMaximum marks: 90Instructions:1. Answer all parts.2. Answers must be completely either in English or in Kannada.PART –AI. Write short notes on ANY THREE.3x5 188.8.131.52.5.PART - BII. Answer ANY THREE of the following.3x10 301.2.3.4.5.PART – CII. Answer ANY THREE of the following.184.108.40.206.5.3x15 45
A Brief History of Indian Cinema. New Trends in Indian Cinema. Status of Kannada Cinema. Censorship in India. Trends in New Media. Animation. Glossary of Audio Visual Media. UNIT-5 18 hours Practicals*: (1) Script Writing for Radio and TV (2) Anchoring for Radio and TV (3) PTC (4) Film Review
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