P.G. Diploma in Broadcast System Maintenance
Anwar Jamal Kidwai, Mass Communication Research Center offers a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast System Maintenance. It is self-financed full time one-year diploma. It has total twenty seats. Broadcasting plays a catalyst role in the process of entertainment, education, meeting information and development needs of prospect information society.
The emergence of digital broadcasting, media companies and proliferation of television and radio services has produced a great demand of expert personnel in broadcasting. Therefore, the course focuses on the key areas of broadcasting like transmission and production of television and radio broadcasting and theoretical concepts of technologies.
Students are given ample practical exercises to enhance their skills required for broadcasting. The institute organizes workshops, seminars and training sessions to provide students with live atmosphere of broadcasting. The institute invites prominent working professionals to interact with students. AJK MCRC has in-house facilities for practical exercises. As a part of project, students visit to Government and non-government broadcasting stations, participate in broadcasting exhibitions, internship, etc.
Upon completion of the course, students understand broadcast technologies thoroughly. They are able to deal with the responsibilities including:
- TV & Radio channels
- Technical experts
- Network operators
- Media Institutions
- Facility managers with production houses
The course covers following aspects of Broadcast System Maintenance.
- Fundamental Electronics
- Introduction to Broadcasting
- Project work
- Television production
- Film, Photography and Digital Cinema
- Radio and Television transmission
- Broadcast automation and Computer networking
Students who wish to take admission to Broadcast System Maintenance programme need to possess graduation degree in Science/Engineering.
The selection for the programme is purely based on student's performance in the test. The exam consists of written test and an interview. It is mandatory for everyone to take an entrance exam. However, students who fall under NRI category are exempted from the test. The break-up of fee is given below.
|Enrollment fee (in case not already enrolled)||50
|Library admission fee|
(when students joined Jamia for the first time )
|Identity card fee ||50
|Cost of syllabus||300
|Canteen establishment charges||50
|Equipment caution money (refundable)||10, 000
|Cultural activities ||160
|Foundation day celebration ||100
|Exam fee|| 500
|Garden fees/campus maint. Fee||100
|Library caution money (refundable)||2, 000
|Sports and games||150
|Medical fee|| 100
|University magazine ||40
|Subject association fund||100
|Students aid fund||50
|University development fund||500
|Total ||14, 000|
|Consumable charges||20, 000
|Tuition fees||19, 000
|Grand Total||53, 600|