The BA JMC simply represents Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass communication Similarly BJMC course stands for the same. The only difference is the Nomenclature adopted by the different Universities in different states.
Journalism & Mass Communication is a behavioral science in which the individual’s creativity and adaptability are having a significant role.
We couldn’t make any comparative statement about the course or program because each course and program is having unique significance in its area of domain.
The Vital scope of the either B.A. JMC or BJMC course is to figure out the latent key insight from all the events or incidents happening around the globe and communicate it to the audiences in such a way that it must be absorbed /Sink with all facts and figures. Moreover, the progress of any Nation directly depends upon the Journalism & Mass Communication mechanisms.
Writing newspapers, editorial columns, and magazines and writing and posting stories on news websites. It’s all about letting the world know about what is going on in the world. “Journalism is what people want to know… it’s taking pictures and sharing news,” and Democracy cannot function without communication. In order for citizens to make informed choices among candidates, the citizens must learn about the candidates’ policy positions, track records, personalities, past experience and much more. This happens with the exchange of information from informants to citizens. The most important informants have traditionally been the news media, but now communication can happen directly through social media from the candidates to citizens and between citizens, as well. Decades ago, the messages communicated to citizens by the media were relatively consistent across information providers; however, with the rise of electronic media and News channels, we increasingly see different messages being conveyed by different news outlets. This means that the electorate is not homogeneous in their understanding of the candidates.
Without journalism, the world would be ignorant. Journalism is important because it gives current and relevant information and news to the public. Benjamin Franklin said, “Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by judging the freeness of speech.
Thus Journalists are expected to provide a fair opinion because they are committed to finding the truth and presenting it to the public. The “news” is a function in peoples’ lives. As such, it provides people with the best possible available information so they can make informed decisions about all aspects of their lives.