About the Course:
The B.A.M.M.C. department conducts workshops on film – making, editing, photography and film direction to give hands – on training to the students. Field trips are organized to give experiential knowledge to the students. Guest lectures by industry experts are organized to acquaint students with recent trends in media and advertising.
XII or equivalent examination in Arts, Science or Commerce.
Course Structure :
The course structure shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be of six semesters spread over three years.
|FIRST YEAR B.M.M.
|1.1 Effective Communication Skills– I
||2.1 Effective Communication Skills-II
|1.2 Foundation Course – I
||2.2 Foundation Course – II
|1.3 Visual Communication
||2.3 Content Writing
|1.4 Fundamentals of Mass Communication
||2.4 Introduction to Advertising
|1.5 Current Affairs
||2.5 Introduction to Journalism
|1.6 History of Media
||2.6 Media, Gender & Culture
|SECOND YEAR B.M.M.
|3.1 Electronic Media – I
||4.1 Electronic Media – II
|3.2 Corporate Communication & Public Relations
||4.2 Writing & Editing For Media
|3.3 Media Studies
||4.3 Media Law & Ethics
|3.4 Introduction to Photography
||4.4 Mass Media Research
|3.5 Film Communication – I
||4.5 Film Communication – II
|3.6 Computers & Multimedia – I
||4.6 Computers & Multimedia – II
|THIRD YEAR B.M.M.
|5.1 Copy Writing
||6.1 Digital Media
|5.2 Advertising and Marketing research
||6.2 Advertising Design
|5.3 Globalization and International Advertising
||6.3 Advertising in Contemporary Society
|5.4 Brand Building
||6.4 Media Planning & Buying
|5.5 Agency Management
||6.5 Rural Marketing and Advertising
|5.6 Consumer Behaviour
||6.6 Entertainment and Media Marketing
|Scheme of Examination:
The course will have six semesters conducted on the revised pattern using Credit Based Semester System and Grading pattern. All examinations will be conducted by the University of Mumbai.
Each subject in all semesters will be evaluated for 100 marks which is bifurcated as 75 marks written examination and 25 marks internal evaluation, in which minimum of 30 marks in external and 10 marks in internal exam are required to pass a subject.
2011 – 12 Bengaluru / Goa
2012 – 13 Pune
2013 – 14 Udaipur / Mount Abu
2014 – 15 Kulu / Manali
2015-16 Amritsar – Dalhousie
2016-17 Delhi – Haridwar – Rishikesh – Dehradun – Mussoorie