Top Private Colleges For Journalism In India

By Jyothi Swaroop Makena

10th August, 2023

A sub-set of Mass Communication, Journalism is a field, which requires students to be on their toes all the time to gather, create and present news to the audience in the quickest possible time. Today, Journalism is not limited to just print and electronic media but also radio and digital media in a big way.


Here's everything you need to know about top private colleges for journalism in India

St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, a leading higher education institute, has been based in Mumbai, Maharashtra since 1869. The Institute has facilities & infrastructure like Boys Hostel, Cafeteria, Girls Hostel, Gym, Hospital / Medical Facilities, Hostel, Labs, Library, Sports Complex, etc

St. Xavier's College

SJC Bangalore - St. Joseph's College

Situated in Karnataka, SJC Bangalore - St. Joseph's College is a premier Institute incepted in 1882. SJC Bangalore - St. Joseph's College gave you offer to gained expertize through its trained and experienced faculty in the fields of Journalism.

Established in 1999, Amity School of Communication (ASCO), Noida has witnessed rapid growth in terms of infrastructure, faculty, placement and performance. The institute has an ultra-modern HD television studio and a community radio station run by the students.

Amity School of Communication

St. Pauls College Bangalore

St. Pauls College Bangalore has signed MoUs with various colleges and universities like the St. Francis De Sales College, Bangalore. The college is ranked 12 in Bengaluru by India Today National Rankings 2022 for Arts and is ISO certified and is a great college for Journalism.

There are about 980 Journalism colleges in India out of which 560 are private, 192 public/government and 66 public-private. Cities that have the maximum number of Journalism colleges include Delhi/NCR, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.