BA HTJ (Tourism, History, Journalism)

Programme Description Journalism
The course aims at moulding the student for a career in Journalism, both print and broadcasting and in allied fields like Advertising, Film, and Public Relations. The course introduces various facets of the profession of the journalism to the students with theoretical knowledge and on the job training. The course is a part of the four BA triple main combinations and consists of eight subject titles stretching all the semesters. The major papers include Reporting, Editing, Media Laws, Basic Audio-Visual Media and Media Management. Furthermore, the Department stresses a balance between the theoretical and practical elements of journalism and mass communication, and the curriculum is carefully tailored to prepare students for professional or academic careers in communication, giving them the broad liberal arts education necessary to succeed as communicators in today's complex and changing world.

History
Learning history enriches the student to know, understand and delve into the past to meet the challenges of the present competitive world. History helps them to appreciate changes and understand how the society has evolved over a period of time. A course in History provides a detailed study of Indian History as well as the survey of the history of the world in an analytical and comparative approach. It inculcates students to acquire a broad understanding of historical ideas, social and economic developments and popular movements.

Tourism
A theoretical course with practical essence, Tourism is a new addition to Kristu Jayanti curriculum. Students with an explorative and adventurous blend of mind, immerse themselves in the study of tours and travels of the world.

Eligibility Criteria
A student securing 40% aggregate marks including languages in P.U.C / 10 +2 / Pre University equivalent course is eligible.

CIA Marks of MBA/PGDM III Trimester(2017-19 Batch) is published online| UG 2013-16 and 2014-17 Batch students who appeared for supplementary examinations during April 2018 can collect their supplementary marks card and Provisional Degree Certificate(if eligible) from the Examination Office during the working days. | PG 2014-16 and 2015-17 Batch students who appeared for supplementary examinations during April/May 2018 can collect their supplementary marks card and Provisional Degree Certificate(if eligible) from the Examination Office during the working days. | UG 2013-16, MCA 2013-16 and PG 2014-16 Batch students who have supplementary courses as on 29-June-18 shall contact the college Examination Office in person on or before 31-July-2018 | Admission 2018: UG / Law Programmes Admission status for newly applied candidates will be notified through the registered email based on seat availability. [MORE DETAILS] |
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