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The Department of Mass Communication and Media (DMCM) has been established with an aim to promote quality media education in the field of Mass Communication in India. It believes in fabricating effective communicator in the field of print, electronic, online, films, advertising, public relations and event management etc. During the last couple of decades the Media industry in the country has grown by leaps and bounds and the DMCM is committed to produce trained media professionals and good academician to meet the national and international standard.

DMCM offers the best facilities through its experienced faculty members to make it the most sought Department in the field of media and communication studies.

The Department offers MA programme and Doctoral Degrees in congruence with the New Education Policy (NEP), 2020. It also prides itself by offering not only Ph.D. degrees but also Post-doctoral degrees to the budding scholars who want to conduct research that cater to both humanistic and social science methods.

Department Overview

Established in

2011 
(Initially named as Centre for Communication and Media Studies and since 2018 name changed to Department of Mass Communication and Media

Employee Strength

Faculty- 05
Staffs - 01

Student Strength

Research Scholar & JRF-21
PG-Students - 65
MPhil/PhD Graduated - 01

Placement 2021
(Job, Higher Studies) 

x (tentative)

Publications, Books & Patent
(Last 5-Years)

Publications-
Books -

 

Board of Studies (BoS)

BoS is a statutory body for each department/centre, primarily responsible for syllabus design and regular update. As described in the Ordinance section 25.10,

The functions of the Board of Studies shall be:-

  • To recommend to the School Board, courses of studies offered by the Department/Centre and continue updating syllabus;
  • To take all steps in accordance with the provisions of the Regulations about teaching and evaluation of various courses/programmes of the Department/Centre;
  • To recommend to the School Board measures for the improvement of teaching and research in the Department/Centre;
  • To constitute panels of experts to be considered for appointment as Examiners, Board of Examiners for various courses/academic programmes and M.Phil./Ph.D. thesis representing various specializations of Departments/Centres; and
  • To perform such other functions as may be assigned to it by the School Board, the Academic Council, the Executive Council and the Vice-Chancellor.

Department Committee (DC)

As enshrined in the Ordinace-26, the Department/Centre Committee (DC/CC) shall consist of the Head of the Department/Centre, as Chairperson ex-officio, and all faculty members of the Department/Centre.

26.2 The Department/Centre Committee shall have the following functions, namely–

  • To make proposals to the Board of Studies on academic programmes concerning teaching and research, and the creation, specialization and abolition of teaching posts;
  • To propose schemes for the maintenance and improvement of the standards of various programmes of study and research of the Department/Centre;
  • To apportion the teaching and co-curricular work of the Department/Centre among the teachers thereof and monitor the proper execution thereof;
  • To consider and decide on the assignment and utilisation of the space, equipment and other assets of the Department/Centre and other matters of general and academic interest of the Department/Centre;
  • To consider and recommend perspectives and major thrust areas for research and to propose research projects to be taken up by the members of the Department/Centre, individually/collectively;
  • To review and apprise the SRC/URC with the current status of research in Department/Centre;
  • To suggest to SRC/URC norms related to qualifications and research experience of a faculty to be recognized as a research degree supervisor and to constitute Department/Centre Research Degree Committee (DRC/CRC);
  • To suggest to University Admission, Teaching and Evaluation Committee (UATEC) on any issue related to admission, teaching, continuous evaluation in courses and students’ assessment of courses, offered by the Department/Centre to improve quality of education.
  • To constitute such Committee(s) comprising members of the Department/Centre, and if necessary external experts, for framing and implementation of rules and regulations related to admission, teaching, continuous evaluation, maintenance of students’ records including alumni affairs as well as promotion of research and development; and
  • To perform such other functions as may be assigned by the Ordinances or Regulations, or by the Vice- Chancellor/Dean/School Board from time to time.

Department Research Degree Committee (DRDC)

Departmental/Centre Research Degree Committee (DRDC/CRDC) deal with all matters connected with the Ph.D. Programme of the Department and report the matter to the University Research Degree Committee (URDC), as per University Ordinance-33. It consists of the Head of Department/Centre as Chairman and other faculties in the department.

Functions of DRDC/CRDC are as follows:

  • Allotment of Supervisor, Co-Supervisor, recording reasons for not admitting a candidate.
  • Recommendation for extension of time for submission of thesis
  • Recommendation to peruse a part of research outside the University
  • Approval of the Course Work
  • Assessment and Grading in Course Work
  • Monitoring the research progress of the candidate
  • Approval of Research plan proposal/language
  • Sanction of duty leave to the Ph.D. candidate
  • Assessment of Ph.D. work through pre-submission seminar
  • Maintaining the record of research paper publications of the candidate
  • 11 Recommendation of panel of experts for thesis evaluation
  • Assessment of revised thesis for satisfactory compliance, if any
  • Arrangement of Viva-voce in the absence of the supervisor
  • Recommendation to waive the Viva-voce

Research Advisory Committee (RAC)

A Research Advisory Committee (RAC) is constituted for every research scholar admitted in PhD programme. The Committee would guide the research scholar to develop the study design and methodology of research and to To periodically review and assist in the progress of the research work of the research scholar. The committee shall have also have power to recommend the co-supervisor and cancellation of registration

VISION:

Department of Mass Communication and Media will set global standard for media education, research, extension, training using state of the art technology for building a knowledge driven information society contributing to human development, empowerment and participatory democracy with a localized approach anchored in universal values and ethics.

Mission:

To create a dynamic learning and working environment which nurtures new ideas, creativity, research and scholarship and develops leaders and innovators in the domain of media and mass communication.

  • Objectives of the Program:
  • The ever converging world of Mass Media has fuelled the need for multi-tasking and multi-talented media professionals. While CUSB always aims at high academic standards, The extra-curricular activities and innovative research, seminars, etc. Department of Mass communication and Media enable the students to develop hands-on-pre-requisite skills, interact with industry experts and exchange ideas with students from other institutes and backgrounds. All this all together at DMCM makes an amalgamation of brilliant ideas, top class academic standards and best in class facilities. Department of mass Communication and Media is accustomed to experiment with various innovative academic activities to enhance the media understanding among students.

  • Program Outcomes:
  • Program will develop the understanding of Journalism responsibility and how to report for serve the society. The concept of communication process and theories will provide the vital learning and understanding of the problems for better solution. Media course is also attached with technical knowledge, the essential and professional software, tools, equipment, production and others many skills will help to become a trained students for media industries. Newspaper/Magazine Designing, Film Production, Radio programmes, Photography, Video Editing, Camera Operation, Audio Mixer, Video Switcher, Graphics Designing, Website Designing, Anchoring and more others skill based understanding will be developed for media students.

  • Eligibility:
  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 55% marks for General/OBC candidates and 50% marks for SC/ST candidates.
  • Intake:
  • 45
    • Objectives of the Program:
    • Media Research provides an overview of the concepts, methods, and tools by which communication research is designed, conducted interpreted and critical evaluation. The primary goal of this course are to help you become a knowledgeable consumer and a limited producer of communication research as you develop skill in gathering, organising, interpreting and presenting research information. The major thrust of the curriculum is to impart theoretical and practical knowledge of various aspects of media. The course is designed in such a way that it gives students an overall understanding of Media with specialization in electronic journalism, electronic media production, online journalism and Print media.

    • Program Outcomes:
    • The program will develop understanding among scholars to different research methods and familiar them with various data collection tools. It will enhance the data analysis and preparation of research report and thesis writing ability in researcher. Comprehend the relationship between theory and research methods in study of communication as a social science.

    • Eligibility:
    • M.A.in Media stream with 55% Marks.
    • Intake:
    • As per vacant seat

    Facility

     

    Department of Mass Communication and Media has two Labs, namely Media Studio and Print Production Computer Lab.

     

    Print Production Computer Lab

    The computer lab comprises fourteen computers loaded with Quark Express, Adobe Master Collection CS 5.5, which consists of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Adobe Premiere and Adobe Audition.

    Nikon Z6 II Mirrorless Camera, Handy video cameras, digital still cameras, and film screening provision in HD are also available in the lab. A LED television with a digital connection to give practical inputs regarding the latest trends in electronic media. And learn from live practical sessions from television, like debate, anchoring, panel discussion etc. Sony Music system is also available for Computer lab for smooth organize department level programme. 

     

    Media Studio

    The department has a soundproof electronic media production lab equipped with 4K professional video cameras (Sony), Audio console, Video mixer, Talkback, Virtual chroma set, Real set and Apple Mac-Pro editing suite with the necessary software. Studio setup is providing three multi-camera layouts with a Teleprompter. The studio also has an Audio delay unit, Video Switcher, Live streaming device, and five well-equipped editing and graphics edit bay.

     

    Staff and their contact


    Md. Noor Ali Imam Hassan

    Technical Assistant (Media Lab)

    Email: mdnoor@cub.ac.in

    S.No. Research Scholar/JRF/Project staff Photograph Guide Academic Qualification Research Area Achievement/Award /Publication
    1 Ayush Anand
    ayushanand@cusb.ac.in
    Dr. Anindya Deb MA New media and Development Communication
    2 SHUBHAM KUMAR SINGH
    beingshubham007@gmail.com
    NA
    KINSHUK PATHAK MA IN MASS COMMUNICATION NA NO.
    3 Virendra Kumar
    virendrakumar@cusb.ac.in
    CUSB1909175004
    Prof. Atish Prashar MA
    4 UTSAV KRISHAN MURARI
    utsavkrishan@cusb.ac.in
    CUSB1709175007
    Prof. Atish Prashar PhD Mass Communication and Media Studies
    • Prashar, A., & Murari, U. K. (2018). Impact Analysis of Media on Sanitation Programme and its Penetration in Rural India: Study Based on Status of Open Defecation in Bihar. International Journal of Current Trends in Science and Technology, 8(12), 20617–20630.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2020). Toilet built-in Open Defecation free mission: Poor toilet equivalent to no toilet. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin: An International Bilingual Peer-Reviewed Refereed Journal (UGC Care Listed), 10(37), 144–148.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2020). Understanding sanitation: communication analysis of Swach Bharat Mission in rural context. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin: An International Bilingual Peer-Reviewed Refereed Journal (UGC Care Listed), 10(40), 174–178.
    • Murari, U. K. (2017). India’s Economic Transformation: Cash to Cashless" . Media as Medium Towards Cashless Economy (pp. 193–204). essay, Prashant Book Distributors.
    • Murari, U. K. & Prashar, A., (2018). Examining the role of Media in Disseminating Public Awareness Programmes of Government upto the lower Strata of Society with special Reference to Swach Bharat Mission. Strategic Management and Leadership Styles: Paradigm Shifts (pp. 440–448). essay, Strategic Management and Leadership Styles: Paradigm Shifts.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2019). In Social media and youth engagement (pp. 249–257). essay, Scholar Publishing House.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2019). The Dark side of Intolerance and Polarization: Mob Lynching in India. Mob Lynching and Vigilantism: A Human Rights Perspective (pp. 129–136). essay, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2020). Comprehension And Characterizing Sanitation Instability: Open Defecation- A Threat To Women’s Safety, Health And Dignity. Gender Sensitive Education: A necessity to eradicate Gender Discrimination in India (pp. 72–76). essay, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2020). Agricultural Practices And Its Impact On Water Bodies: A Study Based On Promoting Ganga Cleanliness Drive At Patna (Bihar). Media and Ideology of Development( (pp. 154–167). essay, R B H Media Designers.
    • Murari, U. K., & Prashar, A. (2019). Education for Employability: Industry Links in Teaching Pedagogy Prospective. Quality Research for Inspired Learning (pp. 53–65). essay, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi.
    5 Ayushi Raj
    ayushiraj3194@gmail.com
    CUSB1909175001
    Dr. Sujeet Kumar Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication New media Raj, A. and Kumar, S. (2020). A Study on Social Media as a Tool for Women Empowerment Movement. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, ISSN- 2229-3620.
    6 Rahul Kumar
    rahul.cusb@gmail.com
    CUSB1809175002
    Dr. Sujeet Kumar MA New Media Publications
    • Kumar, S., & Kumar, R., (2020). Analysing the Factors affecting Voting Behaviour of Urban Voters and Role of Media in influencing the Voters : A study based on Factor Analysis. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, Vol. 10, Issue 40, Page Nos. 179-187, ISSN 2229-3620.
    • 2- Kumar, S., & Kumar, R., (2019). New Media in Rural Development: Strategies and Reach of Digital Platforms. Review of Research, Volume. 8, Issue 7, ISSN 2249-894X.
    • 5- Kumar, R., & Kumar, S., (2019). News Websites and Rural Issues: A Study on Coverage, Treatment and Presentation of Rural News. IMPRESS-ICSSR sponsored Conference Proceedings, Page Nos. 14-17.
    7 RAKHI GAURAVAM
    rakhigauravam@cusb.ac.in
    CUSB1709175003
    Anindya Deb MA, (NET) Media and children Publications
    • Received ICSSR centrally administered doctoral fellowship
    • Qualified UGC-NET
    • Received Best paper presentation award (3rd) at National Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Business, Management, and Information Technology (CIBMIT 2019) organized by Amity University Patna during 6th-7th September 2019
    • Received Best paper presentation award (2nd) at International Conference on An Indian Issue: Building A Self-Reliant India- Role of Media organized by Amity School of Communication in joint collaboration with Unicef, Amity University, Patna during 24th- 25th July, 2020
    • Gauravam, R. (2018). Content analysis of print media advertisement promoting cashless economy in Society, Media as Medium Towards Cashless Economy, PBD Publication, New Delhi, pp-138-148.
    • Gauravam, R. (2019, August 18). “टीवी कार्टून के जाल में बचपन!”. Aha Zindagi, Dainik Bhaskar.
    • Gauravam, R., & Deb, A. (2020). Television Cartoons and Children- An Important Social Issue. Media and Ideology of Development, ( PP. 93-101), RBH Media Designer, New Delhi.
    • Gauravam, R., & Deb, A. (2020). Gender – Role Portrayal in Indian Television Cartoon. IJCRT, 8(6), 2939–2944.
    • Gauravam, R., & Deb, A. (2020). कोविड लॉकडाउन, टेलीविज़न कार्टून और बच्चे. Dristikon, 12(5), 479–481.
    • Gauravam, R., & Deb, A. (2020). Television Cartoon and Children: A Comparative Mixed Approach of Local and Foreign Programs for Self-reliant India. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, 10(40), 168–173.
    • Gauravam, R. (2020). “नन्हें दर्शकों पर टीवी कार्टून के प्रबाव.” Shodh Disha, (51), 181–183.
    8 ADITYA KUMAR
    adityakr@cusb.ac.in
    CUSB2009175001
    Dr. Anindya Deb M.A PRINT MEDIA

    M.A. Communication and media Studies – Fourth Semester (Session 2019-21)

    S.N

    Enrolment No.

    Students Name

    1.     

    CUSB1909112001

    ABHISHEK KUMAR

    2.     

    CUSB1909112002

    ABHISHEK PATHAK

    3.     

    CUSB1909112003

    ANKIT KUMAR KESHRI

    4.     

    CUSB1909112004

    ANOKHI SINHA

    5.     

    CUSB1909112005

    ANSHIKA

    6.     

    CUSB1909112006

    ANURAG PANKAJ

    7.     

    CUSB1909112007

    ARADHANA TUDU

    8.     

    CUSB1909112008

    ASHIWANI KUMAR

    9.     

    CUSB1909112009

    DEEPAK KUMAR

    10.  

    CUSB1909112010

    GAUTAM KUMAR

    11.  

    CUSB1909112011

    KAMNA

    12.  

    CUSB1909112012

    KARUNA KUMARI

    13.  

    CUSB1909112013

    KUMARI SANGRILLA

    14.  

    CUSB1909112014

    MANISHA CHANDRA

    15.  

    CUSB1909112015

    MINAL KUMARI

    16.  

    CUSB1909112018

    PRIYA KUMARI

    17.  

    CUSB1909112019

    PURUSHOTTAM KUMAR

    18.  

    CUSB1909112020

    RAJ BHUSHAN

    19.  

    CUSB1909112022

    SAKSHI SHIVA

    20.  

    CUSB1909112024

    SATISH KUMAR

    21.  

    CUSB1909112025

    SHAILESH KUMAR

    22.  

    CUSB1909112026

    SHUBHAM DWIVEDI

    23.  

    CUSB1909112027

    SHUBHAM SANU

    24.  

    CUSB1909112028

    UJJAWAL KUMAR SINHA

     

     

                                                                            

    M.A. Communication and media Studies - (Session 2020-22)

    SL No.

    Enrolment No.

    Name

    1.

    CUSB2009112001

    Aditya Tiwari

    2

    CUSB2009112002

    Alisha Pathak

    3

    CUSB2009112003

    Amit Kumar

    4

    CUSB2009112004

    Amritesh Kumar Sharma

    5

    CUSB2009112005

    Anamika Kumari

    6

    CUSB2009112006

    Ankit Shivam

    7

    CUSB2009112008

    Atul Raj

    8

    CUSB2009112009

    Barkha Rani

    9

    CUSB2009112011

    Firdous Waris

    10

    CUSB2009112012

    Garima

    11

    CUSB2009112013

    Gautam Singh

    12

    CUSB2009112014

    Khushi Kumari

    13

    CUSB2009112015

    Manish Kumar

    14

    CUSB2009112016

    Nisha Kiran

    15

    CUSB2009112017

    Nitish Kumar

    16

    CUSB2009112018

    Partiksha Kumari

    17

    CUSB2009112019

    Pragya Bharti

    18

    CUSB2009112020

    Praveen Kumar

    19

    CUSB2009112021

    Prem Kumar

    20

    CUSB2009112022

    Rahul Kumar

    21

    CUSB2009112023

    Ratan Kumar

    22

    CUSB2009112024

    Raubins Kumar

    23

    CUSB2009112026

    Ravi Ranjan Pandey

    24

    CUSB2001112001

    Abhash kr Suman

    25

    CUSB2001112004

    Anup Kumar

    26

    CUSB2001112005

    Bikku Kumar

    27

    CUSB2001112007

    Deepak Kumar

    28

     CUSB2001112008

    Dheeraj Kumar

    29

    CUSB2001112013

    MD.Danish Sarwar

    30

    CUSB2001112014

    MD Rahim

    31

    CUSB2001112016

    Nimish Kumar

    32

    CUSB2001322017

    Ritesh Kumar

    33

    CUSB2001112018

    Pratik Kumar

    34

    CUSB2001112019

    Ranjan Kumar

    35

    CUSB2001112022

    Satish Kumar

    36

    CUSB2001112023

    Satya Kumari

    37

    CUSB2001112024

    Vishal Kumar

    38

    CUSB2001112025

    Yash Kumar

     

    M.A. Communication and media Studies - (Session 2020-22)

     

    Sl.
    No.

    FORM
    NUMBER

    Name of the
    Students

    1

    CUSB0002354

    ANJALI KUMARI

    2

    CUSB0004647

    NARAYAN HARI

    3

    CUSB0002484

    SHAMBHAVI KUMARI

    4

    CUSB0010392

    KUMAR SATYAM

    5

    CUSB0002232

    NAHID IMAM

    6

    CUSB0003168

    GUNJAN SHARMA

    7

    CUSB0005509

    ASHUTOSH KUMAR

    8

    CUSB0002977

    RAUSHAN KUMAR

    9

    CUSB0007571

    NIRAJ KUMAR SAW

    10

    CUSB0001228

    NITISH KUMAR

    11

    CUSB0012036

    SHUBHAM KUMAR

    12

    CUSB0003291

    RISHAV RAJ

    13

    CUSB0002822

    ROHIT KUMAR

    14

    CUSB0006039

    ABHISHEK KUMAR

    15

    CUSB0003326

    CHANDAN KUMAR

    16

    CUSB0002768

    DEEPANKAR BHATTACHARYA

    17

    CUSB0010052

    SHASHI KUMAR

    18

    CUSB0012175

    ANANYA KUMARI

    19

    CUSB0005444

    SARATH M

    20

    CUSB0007665

    DIVYA JYOTI

    21

    CUSB0005911

    LELIN KUMAR

    22

    CUSB0000206

    PRINCE KUMAR

    23

    CUSB0004436

    PRANIDHI RAJ

    24

    CUSB0011686

    SHIVAM KUMAR

    25

    CUSB0009218

    SWEETY KUMARI

    26

    CUSB0006820

    RAKHI KUMARI

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    M.A. Communication and media Studies – Fourth Semester (Session 2015-17)

    S.N.

    Enrolment No.

    Students Name

    1.

    CUSB1509112001

    AKANKSHA KUMARI

    2.

    CUSB1509112002

    AMIT KUMAR SINGH

    3.

    CUSB1509112003

    ANKITA

    4.

    CUSB1509112004

    ANNU JHA

    5.

    CUSB1509112005

    ANNU KUMARI

    6.

    CUSB1509112006

    ANSHU RAJ

    7.

    CUSB1509112007

    ATIYA RAHMAN

    8.

    CUSB1509112008

    AVIRITI GAUTAM

    9.

    CUSB1509112009

    AZRA PARWEEN

    10.

    CUSB1509112010

    BRAJESH KUMAR

    11.

    CUSB1509112011

    GAURAV RANJAN

    12.

    CUSB1509112012

    GUNJAN KUMAR

    13.

    CUSB1509112013

    KAUSHAL KUMAR SINHA

    14.

    CUSB1509112014

    LAXMI KUMARI

    15.

    CUSB1509112015

    MUKUND BIHARI KAUSHAL

    16.

    CUSB1509112016

    NEELI KUMARI

    17.

    CUSB1509112017

    RAHUL KUMAR

    18.

    CUSB1509112018

    ROHIT KUMAR

    19.

    CUSB1509112019

    SAGAR KUMAR SINGH

    20.

    CUSB1509112020

    SAKSHI

    21.

    CUSB1509112021

    SAMIKSHA SONI

    22.

    CUSB1509112022

    SAUMIL SAHAY

    23.

    CUSB1509112024

    SHILPI KUMARI

    24.

    CUSB1509112025

    SUJEET KUMAR

    25.

    CUSB1509112028

    ZEESHAN YASIR

     

     

     

    M.A. Communication and media Studies – Fourth Semester (Session 2016-18)

    S.N

    Enrolment No.

    Students Name

    1.

    CUSB1609112001

    ABHINAV

    2.

    CUSB1609112004

    ANAND RAJ

    3.

    CUSB1609112006

    AYUSH ANAND

    4.

    CUSB1609112007

    GANESH KUMAR RANJAN

    5.

    CUSB1609112008

    GAUTAM KUMAR

    6.

    CUSB1609112009

    GUNJAN KUMAR

    7.

    CUSB1609112010

    JITENDRA KUMAR

    8.

    CUSB1609112011

    NEERAJ KUMAR

    9.

    CUSB1609112012

    NISHA KUMARI

    10.

    CUSB1609112013

    POOJA KUMARI SINGH

    11.

    CUSB1609112016

    SAKSHI RAJ

    12.

    CUSB1609112017

    SATISH KUMAR

    13.

    CUSB1609112018

    SAURAV KUMAR

    14.

    CUSB1609112019

    SHAHID

    15.

    CUSB1609112020

    SHIVANI KUMARI KESHRI

    16.

    CUSB1609112023

    VIKASH KUMAR

    17.

    CUSB1609112024

    VIRENDRA KUMAR

    18.

    CUSB1609112027

    SUNIL KUMAR MISHRA

     

     

     

    M.A. Communication and media Studies – Fourth Semester (Session 2017-19)

    S.N

    Enrolment No.

    Students Name

    1.

    CUSB1709112001

    ABHISHEK KUMAR

    2.

    CUSB1709112002

    ABHISHEK SAURAV

    3.

    CUSB1709112003

    ANNU KUMARI

    4.

    CUSB1709112005

    KUMAR GAURAV

    5.

    CUSB1709112006

    KUNWAR ABHISHEK SINGH

    6.

    CUSB1709112007

    MISHA BHARTI

    7.

    CUSB1709112008

    PRERNA PUSHKAR

    8.

    CUSB1709112009

    RAVI KUMAR

    9.

    CUSB1709112010

    SAURAV KUMAR

    10.

    CUSB1709112011

    SHIKHA BALA

    11.

    CUSB1709112012

    SHRUTI PRIYANSHU

    12.

    CUSB1709112013

    SHUBHAM KUMAR SINGH

    13.

    CUSB1709112014

    SOURABH TIWARI

     

     

     

    M.A. Communication and media Studies – Fourth Semester (Session 2018-20)

    S.N

    Enrolment No.

    Students Name

    1.

    CUSB1809112001

    ABHISHEK GAURAV

    2.

    CUSB1809112002

    BHWYA SRIYA

    3.

    CUSB1809112003

    CHAWLI KOMAL

    4.

    CUSB1809112004

    DEEPAK KUMAR

    5.

    CUSB1809112005

    GAURAV KUMAR

    6.

    CUSB1809112006

    JAGRITI KUMARI

    7.

    CUSB1809112008

    KUMARI JYOTI

    8.

    CUSB1809112009

    MD NAYAB AMAN

    9.

    CUSB1809112013

    PULASTYA NARAYAN HIMANSHU

    10.

    CUSB1809112014

    RAGHVENDRA PRATAP SINGH

    11.

    CUSB1809112016

    RAVI RANJAN KUMAR

    12.

    CUSB1809112017

    RUPALI

    13.

    CUSB1809112018

    SHREEYA

    14.

    CUSB1809112019

    SHUBHAM KUMARI

     

     

     

    • Project
    • Professor Atish Prasar, PI, ICSSR (2017-21), 6 Lakh)  Awareness of deteriorating biodiversity & contaminants of Ganga among the inhabitants of Ganga embankment area; A study of government and non- government communication about riverine ecology

    • Specific Research Areas
    • Research Publications

     

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    Course Assessment Design - MSc

    1. Semester –I
    2. Semester –II
    3. Semester –III
    4. Semester-IV

     

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    Department Of Mass Communication And Media

    • Present Head
    HOD Name Period Contact Image
    Prof. Atish Prashar 30.03.2016-onwards Contact : 0631-2229-000
    Email : atishprashar@cusb.ac.in
    • Former Heads
    1. Dr. Kinshuk Pathak, (25.06.2014-29.03.2016)
    Office Staff Email Id Contact Image
    Anurag Mishra Email: anuragmishra@cusb.ac.in 0631-2229-