Classes begin in October 2021


Applicants to the courses must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognised university. Students who have appeared in their final examination may also apply. However, they will have to furnish adequate proof of graduation for their admission to be regularised.


Candidates aspiring to join the course are expected to have a good academic record, a keen interest in current affairs and politics, a deep commitment to journalism as a career and sound writing skills. Admission will be based on an online written exam and an interview.

Entrance test

The online entrance exam consisting of subjective and objective questions will test your control over the language and general awareness. Tests will be conducted in English and Malayalam.


Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed online. The results will be announced on conclusion of all such interviews.

Special conditions

  1. A candidate who is a full-time employee or a student in another course shall not be eligible for admission.
  2. MASCOM reserves the right to cancel a candidate’s admission if it is proved that.
    a.The candidate submitted false documents or used any form of malpractice.
    b. The candidate has a criminal record that became known only later.
  3. The decision of the MASCOM Admission committee concerning the selection of a candidate will be final and binding.
  4. MASCOM reserves the right to reject any application found incomplete or otherwise deficient.
  5. MASCOM reserves the right to make changes to one or more of the regulations listed above.


  • Last date for application: July 4, 2022
  • Date of written examination Saturday, July 23, 2022
  • Interview: Second week of AugustExact dates will be emailed
  • Announcement of results September, 2021
  • Payment of first instalment of fees to secure admission September 2021
  • Course Start date:Monday, September 12, 2022