The program in mass communication has a multi – pronged approach towards subjects like print, broadcast, video, graphics, film, and new - age media. The expansive, vital and rapidly changing roles of Mass Communication are covered in great depth. Students will burgeon into knowledgeable individuals, capable of rationally analyzing complex issues and productively occupying media related positions.
A master's degree in communication would be a great asset in finding employment in mainstream newspaper journalism, magazine journalism, publishing, television, broadcast business, corporate communication, public relations, government & public policy making, event planning & management, hospitality, arts & entertainment, education, environment and health care.
Student Council: CMS Student Council is the hub of all student activities on the campus. It comprises of the various fests teams (Management, Media, Cultural, and Sports) and clubs associated with them. There are council members who regulate and monitor the activities of the council. The council is also responsible for organizing the CMS Festival. The Student council instills leadership, teamwork, and confidence in students. The council is FOR the students, BY the students, and OF the students. Students join the council as members but leave the council as leaders. This is the very heart of CMS.