RANKED #ONE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT IN INDIA

Faculty-Department of Communication

The Department of Communication at University of Hyderabad has been ranked the Best University Department thrice in a row by Outlook-MDRA.

The Department offers programmes leading to Masters and Doctoral degrees. The emphasis at the Masters level is on Print & New Media, Communication & Media Studies, and Radio & Video Production. The department prides itself on being one of the best research centres with Ph.D. scholars conducting research in areas that cut across humanistic and social science methods.

Experienced faculty members and the facilities that it offers makes it the most sought after department for media and communication studies.

Its geographical and cultural position combined with the faculty members’ vast experience in various fields makes it a hub for various national and international projects. Students also benefit from a steady flow of scholars in all areas related to the discipline.

M.A. (COMMUNICATION)

Two-year Post-graduate programme leading to a MA (Communication) degree in three specialisation streams.

Ph.D. (COMMUNICATION)

A multi-disciplinary approach to the study of media & communications, both part-time & full-time.

PG Dip (Health Comm.)

One-year programme that introduces the major concepts/issues along with the skills needed to work as health communicators.

Sunil Abraham to deliver Dr. CVS Sarma Memorial Lecture

Sunil Abraham (Ashoka Fellow) and Executive Director, Centre for Internet & Society, Bangalore will deliver the Dr. CVS Sarma Memorial Lecture on September 04, 2015. Sunil Abraham will speak on ‘Freedom Continuum: From Access to Knowledge to Piracy’.... read more

Prof. Pavarala to speak at UNESCO seminar in Paris

Prof. Vinod Pavarala has been invited to speak on “Towards a more Sustainable and Democratic Community Radio in South Asia: Reflections on Policies and Practices” at a two-day International Seminar on “Community Media Sustainability: Policies and... read more

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UNESCO Chair on Community Media
Children As Media Producers
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