- The Bachelor of Science in Communication requires students to integrate knowledge of science and technology with practice in communication.
- In this program, students learn how scientists think, how they frame research questions, and how they use various methodologies to pursue their goals. Communication students additionally practice gathering, analyzing, and disseminating scientific and technological information to a variety of audiences.
- A typical first year might include core courses like Science and Technology Communication and Introduction to News Writing, plus courses in mass communication, law and ethics, and media relations, along with elective courses such as digital photography or web design.
|Tuition & fees||3337547 INR|
|Hostel & Meals||908908 INR|
|SGA fee||21972 INR|
|Health Services fee||24609 INR|
|Technology fee||41893 INR|
|Facilities fee||21972 INR|
|International Student Service fee||15966 INR|
|Orientation Fee||10986 INR|
|Class 12th||No specific cutoff mentioned|