IIMC Entrance 2020: Dates out, test in MCQ format, students can appear from home
IIMC Admission 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) entrance test on October 18. The examination will be conducted remotely, which means, candidates will be able to take their examination from home.Updated: Sep 16, 2020 13:09 IST
IIMC Admission 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) entrance test on October 18. The examination will be conducted remotely, which means, candidates will be able to take their examination from home.
“The candidates can take the admission test remotely from their home or a place of their choice. They need to have a desktop or laptop computer with good internet connection,” the official notice reads.
IIMC has also extended the last date to apply for admissions to eight post-graduate diploma courses, till September 23. Aspirants can apply online at iimc.nic.in.
The entrance exam, this year, will comprise of multiple-choice questions carrying a total of 100 marks. Earlier, the exam included a descriptive paper carrying 75 marks, followed by group discussion carrying 10 marks and interview of 15 marks. The institute has also decided to skip group discussion and interview for this year.
The MCQs will carry questions from the following topics:
General Awareness, including an understanding of the current trends in social-political-economic sphere
India’s socio-political-cultural history, legal and Constitutional provisions, Rights of Citizens,
India’s developmental issues – economy, infrastructure, health, education,environment, science and technology etc.
Global developments and their impact on India
Awareness about media scene in India
Reasoning, Aptitude and mental make up
Language and expression skill
Literature, Cinema and Cultural scene
Analytical and comprehension skills
Ethics and values
Lateral thinking capabilities
Creativity, Brand awareness and recall (for Advertising & PR)
Schedule of Exam:
“Those applicants who have already applied but want to withdraw from the currently proposed (entrance test based) admission process can do so by sending an email quoting their URN (Unique Registration Number) and payment details to this email id: firstname.lastname@example.org by 18th September 2020,” the notice reads further.