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Producing outstanding journalists is the premium motto of the Asian College of Journalism. The college aims at providing skilful and proficient journalists to the media industry who would give their best to meet the needs of the industry. The graduates of the college are prepared in a manner that after coming out of the college they are ready to meet the needs of the market and achieve the highest standards of a career in their specialized field.
ACJ is inviting applications to PG Diploma in Business and Financial Journalism. Last date to apply for the same is May 20, 2021. Eligible candidates can visit the official website to apply.
ACJ students are highly in demand in the media market and their talent is highly appreciated by one and all. The faculty of ACJ is highly qualified and is from varied backgrounds. They are ready to help the students in every manner in their academics along with the visiting guests of the college who visit our college regularly to guide the students.
1. Shyamlal Yadav and Sandeep Singh were declared winners of the Asian College of Journalism’s Award for Investigative Journalism. The winning entry titled ‘Ayodhya land deals’, published in The Indian Express newspaper in December 2021, investigates the wrongdoings of families of public officials bought land after the apex court verdict, all within a 5-km radius of the Ram temple site.
2. Prabhjit Singh and Arshu John were declared winners of the Asian College of Journalism’s Award for Investigative Journalism, 2020. Singh and John’s winning entry, titled‘Crime and Prejudice’, published in The Caravan Magazine in September 2020, investigates the communal riots that broke out in India’s capital city last year.
3. Nitin Sethi’s six-part series titled ‘Paisa Politics’India was chosen as the winning entry for the ACJ Award for Investigative Journalism 2019.
4. ‘Coalgate 2.0’ authored by Nileena M S and published in The Caravan magazine in March 2018 was chosen as the winning entry for the ACJ Award for Investigative Journalism 2018.
5. Samar Halarnkar’s story, titled ‘As Millions Try to Prove Citizenship in Assam, One Man’s Story Reveals Peril’s of Proof‘, published on IndiaSpend.org on 28 October 2017 on citizenship in Assam was chosen as the winning entry for the ACJ Awards for Investigative Journalism 2017.
6. The series of stories done jointly by Mr. Shyamlal Yadav & Mr. Jay Mazoomdaar of The Indian Express on One-rupee Jan Dhan trick wins the ACJ Award for Investigative Journalism for the year 2016.
7. The Story of Manju Das by Nilita Vachani wins the first ACJ Award for Investigative Journalism for the year 2015. ETC.