Jain University BA & MA (Journalism and Mass Communication) Entrance Test 2017 - JET, Application Form

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Jain University, Bangalore invites applications from eligible candidates for admission into its BA and MA (Journalism and Mass Communication) course for the academic year 2017-2018. Admissions are based on merit of candidates determined by the performance of applicant in Jain Entrance Test (JET) and Personal Interview conducted by the university.

University's objective is to admit talented and motivated students from all over the world, who have an aptitude for media, high level of drive, ambition, commitment as well as an international outlook and mindset.

Important Dates

Jain Entrance Test date: 4th May 2017
Personal Interview : 4th May 2017
List of selected candidates for admission: 5th May 2017
Commencement of Programme: 8th June 2016


  • In order to be eligible for the Bachlor of Arts (Journalism and Mass Communication) Program (Duration – Six Semesters), students must have completed their PUC/SYJC /12th standard in any discipline. 
  • Only candidates who have achieved 60% and above in PUC/SYJC/12th standard are eligible to apply for the BA (Journalism and Mass Communication) Program
  • For the Master of Arts (Journalism and Mass Communication) Program a bachelor’s degree is mandatory. Graduates in any discipline and students awaiting their degree examination results are eligible to apply for admission.
  • Incase of OBC/SC/ST eligibility will be relaxed to the extent of 5%; however the final selection will be based on merit only.

Application Procedure

  • Application process is online. Please click here to apply.
  • Application Fee: Rs 1050/-

Admission Process

Once your application has been reviewed, the CMS Admission Office will conduct the Jain Entrance Test according to the schedule opted by you

Entrance Test
  • The written test will consist of 4 sections (total 100 marks) and additionally a psychometric test
  • General paper on media awareness and general knowledge (Manorama yearbook and major newspapers and magazines and TV channels covering national and international affairs, culture and enterainment
  • Basic English Test – Editing a passage
  • Writing a Position paper
  • The written examination will be followed by a personal interview

Personal Interview
The final rung of the ladder involves a personal interview. Candidates who have emerged successful from the other levels will be called to attend a personal interview with the CMS Admission Committee

Final Decision 
On completion of the personal interview, the CMS Admission Committee will review your application again, carefully re-evaluating your personal details, presentation, performance at the Group Discussion, and the conclusions drawn from your interview

Click here to view complete List of Entrance Exams for Mass Communication Courses.