Communication has a powerful influence on politics and vice versa. We, students would able to communicate an understanding of political communication as a field of study within political science, specifically the major concepts and the general approaches it adopts to the study of the mass media of communications. Demonstrates practiced skills of problem analysis and critical reasoning applied to the subject matter of the field, and undertake inquiry-based learning and research on topics related to the field. It helps us to analyze and understand the interplay between politics and media and its impact on various aspects of political life in the world. Political science is useful like how it is related to our course, it is social, and it is about working with others. . Provides an informed account of ways in which public debate and policy agendas are shaped by the mass media and government, of the ways in which political news is constructed in the media, and of the media as the site of a contest for power.
Communicative English also empowers students with superior language skills. Phonetics helps students acquire good pronunciation and articulation skills in English while Remedial grammar improves their sentence structure & removes syntactical problems. Explains how liberal democratic ideas have shaped expectations about the role of the media in the politics. Demonstrates an understanding of the changing importance of the mass media in politics and political communication. Appreciate the contribution of theory and method in investigating the political role of the media and the relationship between media and government, and in particular demonstrate familiarity with major explanatory frameworks used in the academic study. This may involve diversity and conflict but also a willingness to co-operate and act collectively. Politics can be seen as a search for conflict resolution and not simply its achievement, as not all conflicts are, or can be, resolved.
Demonstrates familiarity with major research on the political role of the media, government–media relations and of major debates in these areas of study. Communicate information, ideas and argument related to the field in a coherent and logical manner in both written and oral forms, work effectively in a collaborative manner as a member of a tutorial group. Demonstrate research skills appropriate for locating and assessing relevant primary and secondary materials.