Indian Institute of Mass Comunication (IIMC) Online Coaching Class in India
Celluloid 360 (An Online Teaching Program for Media Entrance Coaching) Powered by Filmmakers Fans is conducting a month long IIMC (Indian Institute of Mass Communication) coaching. This will be an Online Coaching program.
The classes will be held in the online mode only. Candidates are requesting to reserve the seats in-advance.
Since this is an Online IIMC coaching class, we offer seats to only the first 10 registered participates.
The coaching class will run for a month long time. 4 Hr live classes in each day. Two faculties will mentor the students in everyday.
Regular assignments will give to the candidates by the respective faculties. Mock tests will conduct twice in a week.
Course Fees: Rs. 10,000/- (Including Service Tax)
Please Note that 25% discount is provided for the first seven registered Participants
Course Syllabus: Click here to read the complete teaching syllabus of IIMC
Device Requirements for participating on this IIMC online Program
Device: Android / IOS phone OR Desktop/Laptop (No Front Camera Required in your device for the course participation)
Internet Speed: 100 KBPS
Accessories: A good headset
Tarun Kant Sharma: (IIMC Coaching Faculty)
He is an alumina of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) New Delhi. He has been working a lead journalist with BBC News, ABP News, The Quint and National Dastak. Mr. Tarun also worked as a mentor in various journalism institutes in India.
At this IIMC online training program, he will take exam oriented classes, giving awareness about the general exam pattern of IIMC, conducting live discussion programs, creating assignments on daily basis etc.
Pragya Barthwal Dhyani: (IIMC Coaching Faculty)
Pragya is a writer / director merged into one and has successfully written and directed both fiction and nonfiction for AIR and other Television channels. After receiving her PG Diploma in journalism from IIMC, New Delhi, she did her internship from INS Delhi where she worked for Aaj ki Baat and was involved in doing research and reporting for programs. She has more than 10 years experience as a writer having worked with publications and produced current affairs packages for AIR Jammu, Kashmir Aajkal and weekly programs for DD-International. She wrote and directed 265 episode of radio series “Maya”(Radio city) which was the longest running radio series ever for Radio. Apart from that she has written 40 episodes of “Kehta hai dil “(Radio city) which was the longest running radio series ever for Radio.
At the IIMC (Indian Institute of Mass Communication) online coaching, she will conduct training programs such as essay writing on recent issues, optional answer questions, Language training, Aptitude and mental make-up, Comprehension tests, research tests, etc…
Sreekanth Gopinathan: (Program Coordinator and Quality Monitoring Member)
Mr. Sreekanth is an engineering graduate and known marketing professional in the media field. Presently, he is working as a digital marketing consultant with Filmmakers Fans. At the program, he will serve as a program coordinator, quality monitoring member and program advisor.
How to Participate In This IIMC Online Entrance Exam Coaching Class?
Those who wish to participate in this online coaching program can register their name via this link. As it’s an online program, the seats are limited to first 10 registered participants.
IIMC (Indian Institute of Journalism and Mass Communication) Teaching Method Highlights
- Faculties are the alumnus of IIMC only.
- Two faculties from IIMC will serve you in the live IIMC coaching class
- Daily 4 Hours class.
- Classes timing will be in evening only, so that the working professionals and the students can attend the class.
- 100% result oriented training program
How to Join in Indian Institute of Mass Communication Entrance Coaching?
Click here to participate in IIMC Entrance exam coaching program.
For Enquires, Contact: +91 – 8943906399
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goodwill and relationships with professionals in the industry.
Neither Filmmakers Fans nor any of these professionals is associated
in any way with the official process of recruitment of students to
IIMC or in any official capacity with these institutions.)