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This UGC NET exam is divided into two parts (i.e) Part I and Part II. You need to qualify in both papers to pass the UGC NET Mass Communication & Journalism exam.
|Test Duration||120 minutes|
|Marks per question||2|
|Basic concepts of Communication and Journlism||Investigating the creation of news and how it is scattered to the general population; accumulation, check, introduction, and altering of news for introduction through the media.|
|Role of media in society||understanding how it is assuming a remarkable part in making and forming of general supposition and ensure open enthusiasm against negligence and make public awareness.|
|Journalism as a profession||Defining the concept of profession.|
|Media Laws in India||Limitations forced by the constitution; investigation of the legitimate direction of the broadcast communications industry; zone of law concerning the exchange of information through a wide range of media.|
|Communication and theories of social change||Investigate the utilization of assortment of correspondence procedures to address, procedures, or methods of creation inside a particular area that has not acquired major innovative advances; part of media in social change; Correspondence and speculations of social change.|
|Radio and TV as media of communication||Study of the advances through which communications happens.|
|Advertising||Study the action of creating advertisements for the promotion of business or services.|
|Different form of writing||Definitions and clarifications; conveying the subtle elements of a character, occasion, or place.|
|Printing technology and production methods||Study of the manufacturing of electronic gadgets utilizing standard printing forms.|