The days long wait of those aspiring journalists trying to be a part of the prestigious Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) will finally come to end, as the institution is all set to declare the results for its national-level entrance examination in the third week of June. The IIMC will make the results available at its official website that is - iimc.ac.in. IIMC Mass Communication 2019 results will be published online in the PDF format so that students do not face difficulties while downloading the same. This year, IIMC entrance exam was conducted between March 25 and 26 for admission to various Post Graduate diploma courses offered by the institution.
Keeping in mind the convenience of the students, News Nation brings you the list of important steps to check the IIMC entrance exam results. Candidates are also provided a direct link to the official website of the IIMC in order to avoid last minute delay and confusions.
Step 1: Visit the official website - iimc.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: You will be directed to a new page
Step 4: Enter roll number and other important details
Step 5: Verify your details and click on submit
Step 6: IIMC Mass Communication 2019 result will be displayed on the screen
Step 7: Download and take a print out of the same for future reference
Candidates who will qualify the IIMC Mass Communication Examination 2019 also need to clear the Interview and Group Discussion rounds in order to be considered eligible for the final rankings list. The list will be prepared on the basis of combine marks of Entrance Exam, GD and Interview.
As of now, the GD and the Personal Interview rounds are expected to be held in the first week of July. However, students will be notified about the final dates following the declaration of the IIMC 2019 entrance exam results. The final consolidated result list of selected candidates for IIMC will be out in the third week of July. Post that, the IIMC will commence its academic session 2019-20 from the first week of August.
IIMC, Delhi, an Indian media centre of learning funded and promoted by the Government of India, offers various PG Diploma courses in English Journalism, Hindi Journalism, Urdu Journalism, Radio & TV Journalism and Advertising and Public Relations among others. Besides, it also provides diploma courses in various regional languages at their regional centres in Aizawl (Mizoram), Amravati (Maharashtra), Dhenkanal (Odisha), Jammu (J-k) and Kottayam (Kerala). The institution was inaugurated by then Minister Incharge of Information and Broadcasting, Indira Gandhi on 17 August 1965.