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PG Eligibility

Candidate with any degree of a minimum of 3 years duration of Bangalore University or of any other university equivalent there to with a minimum of 50% of marks in the aggregate of all subjects including languages, if any, provided further, that the candidate has studied Mathematics / Computer Science / Business Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Applications / Electronics as a subject at PUC level or equivalent HSC(XII Standard) or at Degree level is eligible for admission to MCA Course. Further the minimum qualification shall be as per Government norms in the case of Common Entrance Test.

Eligibility Any Degree
Course Duration 2 Years (4 semesters)
Admission quota 50 (Govt.) : 50 (Management)
Entrance test / Admission
criteria PGCET (Govt. of Karnataka) /KMAT (KPPGCA), and MAT (AIMA), CMAT (AICTE)

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BA Journalism

Pass in PUC / CBSE / ICSE /10+2 or any other examination recognized as equivalent to PUC Board of Karnataka.

MS Communication

a. The Department shall admit a maximum of 40 students out of which 30 seats shall be for Journalism Graduates and another 10 seats shall be reserved for Non-Journalism Graduates in addition to six seats to be filled up under payment quota as decided by the University and approximately 07 supernumerary seats subject to the following conditions.

b. Journalism Candidates: Candidates who have passed the bachelor’s degree with 50 percent of marks in the aggregate of all the examinations of the degree in the optional subjects of Journalism shall be eligible for admission with 50% of marks.

c. Non-Journalism Graduates: Candidates who have passed the bachelor’s degree examination of Bangalore University or any other University recognized as equivalent to 50 percent of marks in the aggregate of all the subjects including the languages are eligible as per the Bangalore University rules. The preference in admission will be given to those students who have passed degree examination at the First attempt in case of Non-Journalism students.

d. In case of SC/ST, Cat I categories of students the minimum percentage of marks required shall be 10 percent less and as per the admission rules of Bangalore University.

e. While admitting students under supernumerary quota, preference will be given to students who have studied Journalism as an Optional Paper at Under Graduate level.

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