The SAF-Madanjeet Singh scholarship covers eight countries, viz: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and
The ACJ postgraduate Diploma in Journalism
M.A. Journalism from Cardiff University
Students have the opportunity to “top up” an ACJ Postgraduate Diploma, by completing a Dissertation Project at Cardiff or at Chennai for the award of Cardiff University MA Degree in Journalism.
Birmingham City University - School of Media
Graduates from ACJ will now have the opportunity to gain a scholarship to study journalism at Birmingham City University. Birmingham School of Media offers two scholarships (instituted in the name of the distinguished Indian journalist N. Ram).
The Malcolm Adiseshiah Award for Distinguished Contributions to Development Studies
will be presented to Prof. Pulapre Balakrishnan,
Professor, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum
followed by the
release of the book
Mr. N. Ram
Malcolm Adiseshiah Memorial Lecture
by the awardee
on Friday, 21 November 2014, 5:00 pm at
Asian College of Journalism (Lecture Hall, Second Floor)
PUCL - K.G. Kannabiran Memorial Lecture
Watch the K.G. Kannabiran Memorial Lecture
"Safeguarding Security and Sovereignty"
delivered by Justice Wigneswaran, Chief Minister,
Northern Provinces, Sri Lanka and Former Judge,
Supreme Court, Sri Lanka.
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The students in the Print stream apply their newly
acquired journalistic tools to produce a weekly lab paper ("The
Word") to strict deadlines.
New Media students produce ACJ Newsline, a lab journal and contribtute to global collaborative projects. Students also experiment with cross-media tools and participate in virtual discussions with Indian and international media experts.
Students of the ACJ TV stream produce studio based news shows and field based reports and features and develop expertise in all aspects of TV news programming.
Students of the Radio stream produce news bulletins, radio documentaries and current affairs programmes every day making effective use of sounds.
ACJ students report from the hinterland on issues of hunger and
privation, corruption, conflict and alienation.