Nitte Institute of Communication
Nitte Institute of Communication, Paneer, Kotekar-Beeri Road, P.O Deralakatte, Mangalore – 575018
Government of Karnataka
Nitte Institute of Communication is a part of NITTE Institutes which was started to provide quality education to the students who are interested in media studies. The college was established in 2012.
The students are provided with undergraduate and postgraduate courses in media and communication. The curriculum is designed in a way that students are provided with theoretical knowledge as well as practical knowledge about the subject.
The faculty members of the college are highly trained in their field and are veteran journalists themselves. They provide the best education in communication and hands-on training to the students.
**Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Nitte Institute of Communication is a recognised media school with high academic standards. Other facilities provided by the college are:
- Workshops: The college organises workshops on screenplay writing, street photography, video editing and many more.
- Library: The students can access the college library with all the media related books for research and education purpose.
- Recreation: The college has all the facilities for relaxation and recreational purpose of the students.
- Cafeteria: The college cafeteria provides healthy and nutritious food to the students.
The graduates of Nitte Institute of Communication can become:
- Print Journalist
- Broadcast Journalist
- Radio Jockey
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Journalism and Mass Communication
Master of Arts (M.A) Journalism and Mass Communication
575 018, 6th Floor, University Enclave Medical Sciences Complex, Deralakatte, Kotekar, Mangalore, Karnataka 575018
Fees are Rs. 1,82,000/- for 3 years.
There are several opportunities for a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications in today’s day and age. Some of them are: Journalist/News reporter, Fashion Photographer, TV Correspondent, Producer ,Radio Jockey/ RJ, Public Relations Officer, Content Writer and others
Yes, it is possible. If you are keen on pursuing Arts and Humanities subjects you are free to make the switch.
Students at the college have an engaging as well as enjoyable time at the campus. The college has all the conveniences as well as clubs, workshops, debates, events and various activities that keep students intrigued and forever growing.
At the festival, film-screenings and discussions happen that are also free and open to the public on a first come, first serve basis. Screenings are followed by an interactive session with the film makers, in which enthusiastic participation by the public takes place.