Research Based Projects
Research is an integral part of faculty and student activities at the Department of Communication. Research projects in marketing, anthropology, and sociology are actively taken up, among others. A resilient research culture is cultivated in the classroom itself. Graduation, post-graduation, and doctoral students are exposed to an experiential learning process by encouraging them to publish their thesis in high quality peer reviewed, indexed journals.
Researchers at the Department use media theory and methods to study and survey communication phenomena. Addressing both theoretical and functional problems through an array of quantitative and qualitative viewpoints, faculty and students participate in advancements in communication research that provide productive ground for the study of media space
Online Media/ Animation and Design Projects
Creative students looking for an outlet to develop and showcase their imaginative skills as a baby step towards a fulfilling career in special effects and graphic design get applied training in creating a range of materials. Design projects include Art and Illustration Design such as drawing comic book sequences, creating animated images; Website design; Vector Design; Logo, letterhead, visiting card, poster, product and cover design – just about every other object that contains text and images.
Students develop an online media personal portfolio as well as undertake projects for clients for specific briefs. Students develop social media profiles and designs for government and private clients. This allows for students to connect and network with the industry, and showcase their talents, working towards future employment opportunities.
Print Media Project
The Department of Communication brings out a monthly tabloid called Campus Beats, solely created and managed by students. They are trained in Indesign software – from planning the print media project to generate the desired output. Students learn to create engaging design solutions for posters, magazines, and brochures by exploring various options for working with images, shapes, text, tables, and colors for generating the desired output