ACJ (Asian College of Journalism) conducts their own entrance examination known as Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam for admission to different Journalism courses. It is a National level exam. Asian College of Journalism is a Government approved and most reputed college for Journalism in South Asia specially for their PG programs in Journalism. It also having a very good placement records. In this section, we have provided the entire details of the Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam with courses offered, eligibility criteria and the entire syllabus of Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam with latest exam pattern. Still if it contains any error or mistake please do let us know through the comments, Any type of suggestions will be highly appreciated.
Courses Offered in Journalism
- PG programs in Journalism
- Category : Journalism
- Degree : PG Diploma
- Mode : Full time
- Duration : 1 Year
- How to Apply : Candidates can submit their forms either online or by downloading and filling. Rs.1000 demand draft should be attached ion in favor of “media development foundation” payable at Chennai and candidates full name and address should be written at the back side of DD.
- Eligibility : Graduate students in any discipline and the students awaiting for their results of degree examination are eligible to apply. Candidate must have 45% of 10+2 marks.
- Selection Process : After qualifying in entrance exam one personal interview will be taken at the college in Chennai.
Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam
Examination will consists of two parts
- Full Marks : 100
- Time : 2Hrs
ii) General Knowledge
- Full Marks : 100
- Time : 1 .5 Hrs
Syllabus of Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam
- Vocabulary Based (Synonyms Antonyms)
- English Usage or Grammar
- Sentence Correction
- Fill in the blanks
- Cloze Passage
- Analogies or Reverse Analogies
- Jumbled Paragraph
- Meaning-Usage Match
- Summary Questions
- Verbal Reasoning
- Facts / Inferences / Judgements
- Reading Comprehension
- Essay Writing
2. General Knowledge : The purpose is to test how thoroughly you have read the newspapers during the time and retained much of the information found there.
- Near about 60 – 65 percent questions are based on current affairs
- Politics, Economics, Sports and all news from World.
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