B.A. (Journalism, Psychology, English Literature)


Course Objective
To equip the students with adequate knowledge in the fields of Psychology, Psychological testing, Personality Profiling, Counseling, English Literature, Journalism, Mass Media Communication, Film Making, Television Production, Advertising & Corporate Communication Skills with hands-on experience of Technologies through a knowledgeable and competent practical curriculum proportionate to the excellent theoretical knowledge.
Eligibility Criteria
The students who have passed CBSE/ICSE/ 10+2/ Intermediate or equivalent to Examination with CEC/MEC/MPC/BiPC with 60% and above in the optional subjects.
I Year
SEMESTER - I SEMESTER - II
English – I English - II
II Language II Language
Human Values & Professional Ethics Indian Heritage & Culture
Theories of Human Communication Mass communication Theories
Introduction to Psychology (Theory) Basic Cognitive Process (Theory)
History of Literature & Language Indian English Literature
Introduction to Psychology (Practical)  Basic Cognitive Process (Practical)
Journalism (Theory) Indian English Literature (Practical)
Journalism (Practical) Health and Well-Being
II Year
SEMESTER - III SEMESTER - IV
English – III English – IV
Environmental Studies Science & Civilization
The Art of Film Making (Theory) Print Journalism: Editing& Writing
Theories of Personality (Theory) Social Psychology (Theory)
Elizabethan Age (Theory) English Literature – 17th& 18th Century
The Art of Film Making (Practical) Social Psychology
(Practical)
Theories of Personality (Practical)
Elizabethan Age (Practical) New Media Technologies
Statistics & Research Methodology Business English English for Competitive Exams
Third Year
SEMESTER – V SEMESTER – VI
Media Laws & Ethics Online Journalism (Theory)
Developmental Psychology
(Theory)
Abnormal Psychology (Theory)
Romantic Age & Victorian Age Online Journalism (Practical)
Developmental Psychology
(Practical)
Abnormal Psychology (Practical)
Elective Paper – I Media, Gender & Human Rights Elective Paper – I American Literature
Media Industry & Management

Classics in Translation

Fashion Communication Common wealth Literature
Elective Paper – II Organizational Psychology Elective Paper – II Internship
(Media – Psy - Lit)
Psychometry Elective Paper – III Project /Dissertation
(Media – Psy - Lit)
School Psychology
Scope for higher Studies / Career Options
Higher Studies: Post graduation in Journalism & Mass Communication, PG diploma in any Mass Media Communication & Journalism filed.

Career options: Graduates of a bachelor's degree program in Journalism, Psychology and English literature often continue their education in a master's degree program in order to advance their careers. However, many career options are available to graduates of a bachelor's program too, including those at Masterslevel in the field of psychology with various specializations like Educational, Clinical, Organizational, Child Psychology etc. They have a great opportunity to further progress in the field of psychology to do their further studies. They also have a vast opportunity of careers in Journalism and English Literature.
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