Lucknow: Admission for the new session is on at the Jahangirabad Media Institute (JMI), Barabanki in degree courses after it has been recognized as a Learning Centre of the Directorate of Distance Education, Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya (MGAHV), a central university in Wardha, India.
The following courses have been approved:
- PG Diploma in Electronic Media and Film Production (One Year)
- A. Journalism and Mass Communication (One Year)
- A. Journalism and Mass Communication (Two Years)
Graduation in any stream is the basic eligibly for each course.
Located within the campus of Jahangirabaded Institute of Technology (JIT), JMI was set up in 2005 in the sprawling campus of Jahangirabad Fort to facilitate professional training in the field of media and entertainment. The institute is located in the historic fort of Jahangirabad, in Barabanki District, about 40 km from Lucknow city.
Although located at hinterland, JMI is equipped with modern technology, state of the arts infrastructure, a team of experienced and dynamic faculty, the media practitioners and comprehensive course materials. JMI has been running certificate and diploma courses in several branches of media and journalism for several years now and has the state of art facility in electronic media and film making with separate radio and TV studios at its campus, besides well equipped library.
Expressing his happiness at the launch of new courses, Chairman of JMI, Manzoor Ghori said that the institute has functional and residential infrastructure at the historic Jahangirabad Fort.
Jahangirabad Educational Trust Group of Institutions (JETGI) is promoted by US based association of successful professionals of Indian origin, Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC).
JETGI has been offering engineering and management programs at JIT campus since 2009. Several new programs are being added aimed at making JIT a full-fledged university over the next few years.
Last Date for Admission July 30, 2015.