Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi
About Indian Institute of Mass Communication:
Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) is an Indian Media Center funded and promoted by the Government of India in New Delhi. Indian Institute of Mass Communication is an independent society under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The then Minister in charge Information and Broadcasting, Indira Gandhi formally inaugurated the Institute on August 17, 1965.
These courses include the All India entrance test after admission group discussion and interview.
It also offers diploma courses in non-coalition and development journalism for developing countries. The institute was originally set up to impart training to officers of Indian Information Service. The institute organizes several special short-term courses each year to meet the training needs of the media personnel working in government and public sector organizations.
The IIMC has five regional centers
- Aizole (Mizoram)
- Amravati (Maharashtra)
- Dhenkanal (Odisha)
- Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir)
- Kottayam (Kerala)
Courses Provide By IIMC
- Print journalism
- Radio journalism
- Television journalism
- Development communication
- Communication research
- Advertising and public relations.