Time surely flies quickly. In fact, it’s a pleasant surprise to know that the department is already 10 years old! Mass Communication is more of practicals than theory, and this is what drew me initially to the course. Those three years gave me the much needed exposure in this field. It was indeed a stepping stone in my career, and I am proud to say that pursuing Mass Communication was a wise decision in my life. Ma’am Vailarose Fernandes deserves a special mention. It’s amazing that she still continues to be the force driving the department and a guiding light to so many students who have passed out during these years. My heartiest congratulations to the department and all the best in the years to come!
-Maryanne Fernandes, Video Editor, Prudent Media
Well, students call me ‘Sir’. Mass communication & Videography has got me this position and identity. With the help of this Degree in MCV at St. Xavier’s College, it has indeed helped me grow as an individual. The three year course has given me a clear picture how media organizations work and the barriers and constraints they face. The course is an overall blend of theory and practical which helps you to understand the concepts well.
-Dinesh Nirawdekar, Professor, St. Xavier’s College, Mapusa
The Mass Communication & Videography course at St. Xavier’s is a real good course, because of the practical element in all the subjects we had. As far as I know, there’s no other graduate course with this kind of a format in the entire course, they only have it for a few subjects. The course at Xavier’s, Mapusa has helped me more than my PGDM when it comes to my career. The course only seems to be improving every year, and I would like to congratulate the team for this amazing progress.
– Elaine Andrade, Producer – Non Fiction Travel TV shows