IIMC result 2017 declared

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) has now declared the result of it’s 2017 entrance examination that was held on May 28. IIMC website updated today on June 23, that the IIMC entrance exam results can now be checked out by the candidates who took the entrance. The result link is given below.

IIMC had conducted the entrance for admission to it’s Post Graduate diploma course for academic session commencing in 2017. There was some level of uncertainty as IIMC entrance results 2017 were tentatively scheduled to be out on June 20 and then on June 22, however, a official notice issued here at IIMC website says that results have been announced on June 23rd, 2017. The results have published at the official website according the below mentioned sections.

  • ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • JOURNALISM ENGLISH
  • JOURNALISM HINDI
  • RADIO & TV JOURNALISM
  • ODIA JOURNALISM
  • MALAYALAM JOURNALISM
  • MARATHI JOURNALISM
  • URDU JOURNALISM

IIMC Delhi is the organising institute for IIMC 2017 and will also oversee the publication of entrance exam results. The IIMC examination was conducted on May 28, 2017 in eighteen different cities across the country. The examination was held for around 184 seats across six campuses for all PG programs.

IIMC result 2017

Candidates should note that results are available on IIMC website (www.iimc.nic.in) and will be accessible using candidates’ login credentials.

IIMC enjoys pride of place in mass communication education, training and research. This is also reflected in various evaluation studies undertaken by media and professional bodies year after year.

The list of candidates to be admitted to the respective courses in IIMC colleges will be prepared on the basis of the combined marks obtained in the entrance test and the interview after that. The weightage ratio of entrance exam and the interview will be in the ratio 85:15.

A summary of IIMC PG courses and seats:

  • PG Diploma course in journalism (English): Delhi-62, Dhenkanal-62, Aizawl-15 , Jammu-15, Kottayam-15 seats.
  • PG Diploma course in journalism (Hindi) New Delhi- 62 seats.
  • PG Diploma course in Radio and Television journalism , New Delhi (English and Hindi)- 46 seats.
  • PG Diploma course in Advertising and Public Relations , New Delhi (English and Hindi)- 70 seats
  • Dhenkanal (Odisha)- 23 seats.

Information regarding shortlist result will also be shared with candidates in the form of IIMC call letters. Such candidates will have to appear for an interview during last week of June or first week of July 2017 in New Delhi.

Check your results here.

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