Take One School of Mass Communication is amongst the top Mass Communication colleges in India. Set up in the year 2003 by honing media experts who met with a mutual vision of giving a stage to the adolescent of the nation, the school is simultaneously academic and pragmatic. The state of the art institute staffed with very professional committed team and a highly experienced faculty, latest modern technology & equipment, an enriching curriculum & teaching, makes it one of the best Media Colleges in Delhi.

Take One School of Mass Communication is Academic and Technical Collaborator of Shri Ventakeshwara University (Gajraula, Uttar Pradesh) as University Industry Inter-linkage Centre (UIL). This association intends to adopt an industry based practical training approach for competitive media technology.

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(Fees - Rs. 37000/- per semester)

(Fees - Rs. 37000/- per semester)

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Take One School Notable Alumni

Suyesha Savant
Anchor and Special Correspondent
Republic India

Raghuvendra Singh
Senior Assistant Editor

Pawan Rekha

Syed Suhail
Anchor and Reporter
Republic India

Snehlata shukla
Abp Ganga

Irfan Quraishi
Principal Correspondent
TV9 Bharatvarsh

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Moonlight Films and Theatre Society, theatre society  of Take One School began in 2003 as a group of students, passionate about theatre. The Society works to sensitise people of the realities of the society we live in questioning existing..

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Theatre Club

Films Club of Take One School has  the vision envisaging the outburst of every sort of activity, ranging from workshops-events to every other possible activity, to spread the culture and interest in Photography and Filming.

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Film-making Club

The Debating Society of Take One School provides a forum through which students can hone their oratory and analytical skills while learning to work as a team, optimize available resources and organize exciting events, often on a mega scale.

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Debate Club

In this digital age and with so many other avenues of communication available to us, it seems that a school newspaper is outdated and irrelevant, imparting news that has already been hashed to death over social media and student texting.

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Newspaper Club

Industry Interface

Take One School of Mass Communication has been constantly engaged in the industry excercise. Be it participating in the news debates to attending various news organisation , faculty and students of TOSOMC one have always approched the media industry which a first hand experience which is very rare for other instittution.

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