Mount Carmel College


No. 58, Palace Road, Bengaluru, India - 560 052

Phone: +91 ­80­ 22261759,

Fax: +91 ­80­ 22286386,



Department of Communication Studies

It is important not only to be creative, but also relevant

Communication Studies is a vocational, undergraduate degree course, introduced by the UGC in 1994 under the nomenclature ‘Communicative English’. Our objective is to train students in the fundamentals of communication – both speaking and writing.

The emphasis here is on the learning and practical application of skills. The course focuses on writing and hones the creative ability of the students to suit specific purposes. The students are trained to fine tune the use of language to suit the medium of communication and in a manner that is sensitive to the occasion and the target audience.

They are encouraged to take on industry projects and apply classroom theory to practical market needs. In the course of three years, each student has to complete at least two internships of 4 weeks each and submit a report of their work.

Our goal is to prepare the girls for future career options in:

  • Writing for the Media
  • Professional Creative Writing
  • Management: Media Management, Production Management
  • Corporate Communications, including HR & PR
  • Web content

The syllabus is designed to focus on:

  • Writing Skills
    1. Enhancing language skills in English
    2. Understanding styles as a practitioner of literature
    3. Experimenting with composition
    4. Introducing parameters of professional choices
    5. Writing for Media
  • Corporate Skills
    1. Business & Corporate Communication
    2. Management skills
  • Building Critical Theory
    1. Introducing theories of Culture
    2. Introducing theories of Media
    3. Development Communication
    4. Research Methods, including Media research
  • Media
    1. Getting introduced to various Media
    2. Getting some technical skills related to the Media
  • Speaking skills
    1. Listening and speaking comprehension
    2. Group discussions
    3. Presentation skills
    4. Speaking for radio
  • Ms.Sahana Das (M.A., M.Phil), HOD & Associate Professor
  • Ms. Kala Ramesh (M.A.), Lecturer
  • Mr. Nitin (M.A.), Lecturer
  • Ms. Manjula Bhat (M.A.), Lecturer (Part-time)
  • Ms. Sharon Lopez (M.A., M.Phil), Lecturer (Part-time)

In addition, we have a host of guest faculty from the Industry who regularly conduct lectures for the students.

The Communication Studies programme is intended to train students to use words effectively, both spoken and written, in a manner that best utilizes the form, medium and occasion of communication.


 Students who opt for the B.A. Honours in Communication Studies will study under the guidance of the Department of Communication Studies and will take an inter-disciplinary approach to the field of communication.


The paper titles across 6 semesters give an idea of the range of subjects covered:



Functional Writing

Introduction to Euro Lit

Page Design


Introduction to Psychology

General English


Sem 2


Creative Writing

Writing for Print

Readings & Approaches

Perspectives in Theatre


General English


Sem 3


Writing for Radio

Intro to Media Studies

Perspectives in Indian Art

Perspectives in Science

Indian Literatures 1

Sound Design


Sem 4


Writing for New Media

Media & Law

Contemporary World

Understanding Narratives

Indian Literatures 2

Advanced Print

Sem 5


Writing for TV & Broadcast Journalism

Film Making 1

Cultural Studies

Research Methods

Applied Economics

Advanced Creative Writing


Sem 6


Advertising & PR

Film Making 2

Marketing Communication

Literatures in Translations

Development Communication

Portfolio of Writing


The Department also offers a general degree in Creative Writing where the students will train and prepare for a career in writing.

The paper titles of this course, over 6 semesters give an idea of the range of subjects covered:


Communication Studies (Creative Writing Course)

Sem 1: Intro to Writing

Sem 2: Creative Fiction & Poetry

Sem 3: Creative Non-Fiction

Sem 4: Poetry 2/ Fiction 2/ Non-Fiction 2

Sem 5:

  1. Narrative Technique & Dialogues
  2. Form & Text

Sem 6:

  1. The Spoken Word
  2. Thesis

In addition to the above papers, students of PyEC will also study Psychology and English Literature, guided by the respective Departments.


The AV room houses all equipment needed for daily lectures, presentations and film screenings. It is sound proofed and air-conditioned to meet international standards of classrooms teaching Media.


Radio room has an i-Mac with certified pro-tools software which meets Industry standards in Audio production. MEDIA CORNER is the area where the First Year students have their first go at tapping creative talents and work as a team.


Students actively participate various projects in and outside college Blogs:

The number of seats is limited to 25 seats for Honours and 25 seats for PyEC, so as to retain our excellent teacher-student ratio, one of the best in the world at the undergraduate level. All admissions are strictly on merit, based on an in-house entrance test.

Entrance Test:

Note: All applicants to PyEC & Communication Studies(Honours) have appear for a common entrance test.

The entrance test for the academic year 2018-2019 is scheduled for 27th April, 2018 at 9.00 a.m. Interested candidates are requested to register at the college office by paying a fee for Rs.200/-

Academic Year 2018-19: Limited seats available.

Please Note: Applications forms will be released the day after Karnataka PU results are declared. The entrance test is independent of application forms and results. Successful candidates will be given admission provisional to school leaving results. Those awaiting school/PUC results can also take the entrance test. If successful, these candidates will be admitted into the course provisional to their passing the qualifying exams.

The entrance test is designed to check the aptitude of a student. The test checks one’s knowledge of current affairs, basic grammar, general knowledge and Media interest. The testing process will take an entire day. The first list of selected candidates will be released by the evening of the day of the test. A wait list will also be released and seats offered based on availability.

Total number of seats: 25 for PyEC and 25 for Honours

The candidate must fulfill the following to apply for this course:

  • Passed Std XII/ PUC or equivalent school leaving examinations
  • Possess excellence in the English language
  • Have an interest in current affairs and the Media
  • Have a creative bent of mind
  • Have the ability to work hard and with consistency

Please check the notice in the entrance exam section of our website for the scheduled date and time of the entrance test for this academic year.


  • Collect an application form from the college office, or download the form from this website
  • Register for the test at the college office with a fee of Rs.200/-
  • Report to the venue with this registration slip and your application form
  • Take the written component of the test.
  • Results of this phase will be declared within 3 hours of the test
  • If selected, proceed to the oral component, on the same day
  • The list of short-listed candidates will be released by the end of the day
  • The wait list will also be announced
  • Selected candidates must then meet the Principal with their parents/ guardians for a final interview


  1. All admissions into the PyEC and Honours course is through this entrance test alone.
  2. The test center is only at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. On-line testing facilities have not been activated.
  3. No recommendations will be entertained outside of the results of this test.

For further details, contact the college office or write to:

Ms. Sahana Das (Head of the Department),


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