For almost a hundred years, Mathrubhumi has been swaying the lives of Malayalees world over. With the printed word, that is. In a bit more than five years, Mathrubhumi News channel wields the same kind of influence. Honestly, honesty pays off. And, that's what we bring to the table with Mathrubhumi Media School as well.
Journalism, like everything else, has been evolving. Nevertheless, the basics remain the same: the respect for truth, the hunger to uncover, discover, and inform, and the grit to tell stories that matter.
Media School has fully air conditioned state of the art lecture halls with latest projection and audio equipment. There is also a smart podium to display presentations. Students watch and analyse news on the smart TV in the lecture hall.
Media School has a sophisticated computer lab with ultra-modern systems to train students in various practical aspects of journalism and mass communication. The lab also has high speed internet connectivity.
The Media School library is intended to take the reading experience of students beyond academic books. The library has a good collection of fiction and nonfiction books apart from subject oriented text books. All the important periodicals are available for students in the library.
Students of Media School have access to Mathrubhumi Television News floor to learn News Production and Anchoring. They are also exposed to photoshoots for magazines. They learn basic radio operations from the studios of Club FM.
Media School students are trained in various aspects of print journalism including news reporting, editing and page design in association with various news bureaus and desks of Mathrubhumi.
The spacious and hygienic canteen at Mathrubhumi offers lunch and snacks for students at a reasonable cost.
The School can proudly boast of more than 80% placement in previous batches. Employment is strictly subjected to the candidate's performance in the selection process.READ MORE
With industry and academic experience of more than three decades, our faculty are well-versed in modern media technologies. Students are encouraged to follow the trend of learning by doing.READ MORE