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Fees Structure

Journalism Mentor offers a Mentorship programme. The programme fee is Rs. 2, 00 000. The fee excludes stationery consisting of DVDs, CDs, photocopies, pen drive and cost of books. Students can pay the fee in two installments by pay order of bank draft drawn in favour of "JM Foundation for Excellence in Journalism".

Students need to pay the first installment of Rs. 1, 00, 000 at the time of admission offer. The second installment of Rs. 1, 00 000 to be paid on a given date in September. If a student who got an admission is not able to pay the fee due to lack of funds, he shall be equipped with education free of cost. However, the decision of the institute will be final in deciding student's ability to pay and his/her needs. In such cases, the Rs. 2, 00, 000 shall be treated as an interest-free loan to the student who pays back the amount after 36 months.

The Lecture Series
Journalism Mentor conducts an occasional lecture series called, Over a Cup of Tea. In this series, scholars and journalists come from various places and share their work experiences with students. These invited lecturers spend few hours with students and provide them thorough insight into the realm of journalism.

This lecture series is named as Over a Cup of Tea for two reasons. Firstly, it was homage to renowned journalist Pothan Joseph who dedicated to daily column, 'Over a Cup of Tea'. The name is quite symbolic, which shows a discussion on a particular subject. In this series, students participate enthusiastically. Students take part in discussion where they ask questions to guests. This interaction session brings out various possibilities in the field of journalism. The celebrities who shared their valuable knowledge include:

  • Zubair Ahmed (Mumbai Bureau Chief, BBC)
  • Manish Awasthi (Bureau Chief, Aaj Tak)
  • Sujata Anandan (Political Editor, Hindustan Times)
  • Ranjona Banerji (Deputy Editor, DNA)
  • Sudhir Badami (Environmentalist)
  • Kimi Dangor (Fashion Editor, People)
  • Anurag Chaturvedi (Senior Journalist)
  • Nikhil Dixit (Deputy Bureau Chief, DNA)
  • Nilu Damle (Senior Journalist)
  • Usha Mehta (Director, Gandhi Bhavan)
  • Murali Gopalan (Business Editor, Hindu Business Line)
  • Shahid Latif (Editor, Inquilab)
  • Vishwas Kulkarni (Art Editor, Mumbai Mirror)
  • Pradyuman Maheshwari (Editor-in-chief, Exchange For Media)
  • Ayaz Memon (Senior Journalist, Sports Commentator)
  • Cyriac Mathew (Publisher, MiD Day)
  • Vinay Nayudu (Special Correspondent, Times of India)
  • Ramesh Narayan (Former President, Ad Club)
  • Anil Thakraney (Columnist)
  • Sumana Ramanan (Readers Editor, Hindustan Times)
  • Mukesh Parpiani (Former Photo Editor, Indian Express Curator, NCPA)
  • Anant Rangaswami (Editor, Campaign India)
  • P Sainath (Rural Affairs Editor, Hindu)
  • Satish Sahney (Director, Nehru Centre, Former Commissioner of Police, Mumbai)
  • Vinay Tewari (Managing Editor, CNN IBN)

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