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ABOUT 9.9 SoC

The 9.9 School of Communication offers world class education in the fields of Media Studies, Journalism and Communication. Our PG Diploma in Applied Journalism and Media Communication, together with our programme in Global Media and Communication and our Centre for Communication Excellence, brings the best professional and academic practices to the classroom in order to train and educate present and future writers, editors, journalists, communicators, and media professionals.

9.9 School of Communication aims to become a globally acclaimed school for journalism, media and communication studies. Our programmes are centred on three guiding principles:

• The collaboration between theory and practice

• The development of an understanding of communication, as technological advances
   bring together print, broadcast and online media

• An intercultural and international approach to learning, making the most of
   India’s position as an emerging market and its leading role in media and
   information production

The 9.9 School of Communication is founded on the belief that education is based on cultural sensitivity, and stresses the importance of ethics and quality in all aspects of media education. With this, the 9.9 School of Communication aims to create innovative and challenging programmes that ensure the cultivation of global leaders in media production, management, and all creative communication endeavors.

TESTIMONIALS

SoC had some of the best teachers and the most interesting classes. For the first time in my life, I truly enjoyed education. Mahima Gupta

During my stint at ESPN Star, I worked on the convergence of editorial content for website, mobile and WAP – true to the spirit of SoC! Ranbir Majumdar

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