Udisha Srivastav- All-Women Journalism Colleges At Delhi University You Can Set Your Eyes On

In contemporary, while women are cautiously making their career choices, alongside, they are also exploring as much as possible. Their inquisitiveness, interest, passion, and scope of knowledge aren’t confined to certain areas/fields. One of the fields that are catching the eye today is Journalism. Let’s get into the details of Journalism colleges at Delhi University. 

Out of the various courses that are offered in the varsity, the Journalism course is one of the most sought after. It has also become one of the most aspired courses considering the overwhelming response of students from various academics. 

Below is the list of all-women colleges that offer English Journalism and Hindi Journalism courses at Delhi University.

Lady Shri Ram College

With innumerable reputed and notable alumni, Lady Shri Ram College has an edge over other colleges located in South Campus. Naming a few, NDTV anchor named Nidhi Razdan, producer Gauri Khan, actress Sayani Gupta, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Aung San Suu Kyi, Celebrity Judge Archana Puran Singh, actress Aditi Rao Hydari, Filmmaker Deepa Mehta, activist Gurmehar Kaur, Supreme Court Judge Indu Malhotra, India’s first woman investigative Journalist Chitra Subramaniam, and many more. 

The campus is located in the 5-acre area in Lajpat Nagar. With the well-furnished infrastructure, user-friendly computerized libraries, and amazing faculty and staff, the college is one of the best ones to go for Journalism. The college was ranked at the second position by India Today in the field of Mass Communication.

Kamala Nehru College 

Located in the South Campus area, Kamala Nehru College is quite famous for its Journalism course. It uses various innovative methods and techniques to equip the students in almost all possible fields related to Journalism. The college also brings out a yearly newsletter Communique which is solely written, edited, and designed by the students of the Journalism department. The teaching methodology includes various seminars, workshops, guest lectures, and in-house competitions. 

As one of the alumni of this college, I can sincerely vouch for the quality of education, amazing faculty, and brilliant ambiance of the college. 

Kalindi College

An off-campus college, Kalindi College was established in 1995. It offers the English Journalism course for the students to venture into the exciting career of Journalism. The college has collaborated with DUCR (Delhi University Community Radio) to give hands-on experience to the students in terms of exposure and technology. According to the college, its alumni are working in various news organizations from Print to Electronic media. 

Aditi Mahavidyalaya

Aditi Mahavidyalaya College is located at Delhi Auchandi Road in Bawana Delhi. It is one of the premier colleges in Delhi University for a Bachelor’s course in Hindi Journalism. The course comprises a four-year full-time duration. The college organizes various events, fests, and annual competitions that help the students to showcase their talent. 

Bharati College

The college is located in Dada Satram Mamtani Marg, Janakpuri. It offers a 3-year course in Hindi Journalism. The course provides students with new information about mass communication and journalism that would help them to become completely professional.

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Udisha Srivastav is a Freelance Content Writer with Femsay.com