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Faculty

         

Pervez Khan
Chairperson
M.Phil
T.V Journalism/Research/Social media
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Dr. Nadeem Akhtar
Assistant Professor
PhD
Research/Intercultural Communication/Political science
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Anwar Khan
Lecturer
MA
Reporting /Media Ethics/News production
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Amna Gul
Lecturer
MA
Research /Media Ethics /Communication skill
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Muhammad Faheem
Lecturer
MA
Video Ethics /Reporting /MultiMedia Journalism
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Rashid Ishaq
Lecturer
MA
Research/Radio/News production
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Zil-e-Huma
Lecturer
M.Phil
Research/Communication Theories/Communication skill
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Chairman Message

Chairman Message

          “We don’t take Journalism and Mass Communication merely as
subjects; we rather take them as our responsibility towards society.
Students who wish to make a difference in society, I strongly urge them
to join our department and start contributing”

Programs

JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION, KUST 

SEMESTER I

1

ENG101

Functional English

3

2

PLS101

Political Science

3

3

JMC101

Introduction to Communication (PK)

3

4

JMC111

Introduction to Journalism (AK)

3

5

JMC121

Media History (RMS)

3

6

CS101

Computing  Techniques

3-3-4 


SEMESTER – II

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

7

ENG102

Technical & Business Writing

3

8

ISL101

Islamiat

3

9

JMC112

Broadcast Journalism

3

10

JMC131

Journalistic Writing

3

11

JMC141

Reporting

3

12

SWS102

Introduction to Sociology

3


SEMESTER – III

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

13

JMC232

Journalistic Language

3

14

JMC444

Developmental Reporting

3

15

JMC213

Mass Media Development

3

16

PS201

Pakistan Studies

3

17

LOG201

Introduction to Logic

3

18

JMC233

Editing and Page Making

3


SEMESTER – IV

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

19

ENG203

Academic Reading and Writing

3

20

JMC202

Intercultural Communication

3

21

ECO201

Economics

3

22

ST201

Statistics

3

23

JMC251

Fundamentals of Public Relations

3

 SEMESTER–V

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

24

ENG303

Communication Skills

3

25

JMC303

Theories of Communication-I (JM)

3

26

JMC352

Advertising (WK)

3

27

JMC322

Media Ethics (RM)

3

28

PSY301

Psychology

3


SEMESTER–VI

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

29

JMC304

Theories of Communication-II (SG)

3

30

JMC314

Online Journalism (SG)

3

31

JMC305

Development Communication (WK)

3

32

JMC334

Feature Column & Editorial Writing (RM)

3

33

JMC361

National & International Affairs (PK)

3


SEMESTER–VII

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

34

JMC471

Communication Research

3

35

JMC453

Media Management & Marketing

3

36

JMC445

Newspaper Production

3

37

JMC481

Internships

6

 

SEMESTER–VIII

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit hours

38

JMC423

Regional Press in Pakistan

3

39

JMC415a

 

JMC415b

Advance Broadcast Production (Radio)  (SZ)

OR

Advance Broadcast Production (Television) (AK)

 

3

40

JMC454

Advance Public Relations/ Advertising

3

41

JMC473

Thesis or Project

6

                                                                                                                                 Grand Total: 130 Cr. hr

 Credit Hour Description

I           TCH = Theory Contact Hours

II         LCH = Lab Contact Hours

III        CrH = Credit Hours

 

 

SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR TWO YEARS

M A JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION

 KOHAT UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, KOHAT

Semester I

S.NO

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

1

JMC301

Introduction to Mass Communication

(3 0 3)

2

JMC351

Media Law, Ethics and Literacy

(2 0 2)

3

JMC311

Communication Theories-I

(3 0 3)

4

JMC254

Radio Production*

(3 3 4)

5

JMC232

Communication Skills for Media*

(2 0 2)

6

CS101

Introduction to Computing

(3 3 4)

Total credit hours

        18

Semester II

 S.NO

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

7

JMC102

Introduction to Journalism*

(3 0 3)

8

JMC312

Communication Theories-II

(3 0 3)

9

JMC225

News Reporting

(3 3 4)

10

JMC253

Digital Skills*

(3 3 4)

11

JMC352

Advanced Radio Production*

(3 3 4)

Total credit hours

        18


Semester III

S.NO

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

13

JMC481

Communication Research Methods

(3 0 3)

14

JMC323

Advanced News Reporting*

(3 3 4)

15

JMC257

Advanced Digital Skills*

(3 3 4)

16

JMC354

TV News*

(3 3 4)

17

STAT211

Statistics-I

(3 0 3)

Total credit hours

         18

Semester IV

S. NO

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

19

JMC201

Introduction to Intercultural Communication*

(2 0 2)

20

JMC422

Photo Journalism*

(1 3 2)

21

JMC353

Media Management*

(3 0 3)

22

JMC432

Public Relations and Advertising

(2 0 2)

23

JMC414

Global Communication*

(3 0 3)

24

JMC493

Project

(0 9 3)

Total credit hours

        15

Total   CH:      66

LAST SUMMER OF DEGREE PROGRAM

S. No.

Course Code

Course Title

(TCH LCH CrH)

Pre-requisites

 

1.

JMC391

Internship

Non- credit but mandatory

Conditional

32

 

Total credit hours of MA JMC

69 CrH (range 60-66)

Core Subjects

52 CrH

Minor

10 CrH

Multi-disciplinary

7 CrH

Non-credit

1 course

Credit Hour Description

  1. TCH = Theory Contact Hours
  2. LCH = Lab Contact Hours
  • CrH = Credit Hours

 

 

 

 

Department of Journalism & Mass Communication

Established in 2007, the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication
provides student the opportunity to enhance their learning in media
studies and communication. The Department specializes in electronic
media, print media & social media.  Moreover state of the art labs for
television and radio have been established to enhance practical skills
of students.  The Department also runs it’s own F.M radio station,
which provides a number of opportunities to students willing to make
careers in media industry.  In addition to this, the teaching staff has
both strong academic and industry background, making it one of the most
dynamic Journalism departments in the province

  Vision and Mission statements 

Vision is to produce journalists and media professionals, who can make a
difference through their quality of work. Universities have a key role
to play in improving the current media practices. Our mission is to
become one of the leading department of the province by equipping
students with ethical guidelines, safety measures, practical skills and
strong editorial judgment.

 

 

 

 

 

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