Department of Mass Communications

All Applicants of BS programs are required to apply on the basis of complete result of Intermediate (Part I and Part II)

The candidates who have already applied on the basis of Part I result are required to update their marks / results
in the online admission portal as per complete result of Intermediate examinations at admissions.lcwu.edu.pk


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Last Date to Apply Online

PGD/MS/MPhil/PhD Programs : Friday, 2nd October 2020

BS Programs : Wednesday, 7 October 2020


Important Notice: Applicants are advised to apply now for avoiding the last day hassle.
The closing dates will not be extended further.

 

All Applicants of BS programs are required to apply on the basis of complete result of Intermediate (Part I and Part II)

The candidates who have already applied on the basis of Part I result are required to update their marks / results
in the online admission portal as per complete result of Intermediate examinations at admissions.lcwu.edu.pk


Please Click Here to view details



Last Date to Apply Online

PGD/MS/MPhil/PhD Programs : Friday, 2nd October 2020

BS Programs : Wednesday, 7 October 2020


Important Notice: Applicants are advised to apply now for avoiding the last day hassle.
The closing dates will not be extended further.

 

Publications

Publications By Dr. Anjum Zia, Incharge Department of Mass Communication

International

• Research Journal
1. Promoting Editorial Independence and Media Pluralism: A Case Study Approach to Public Service Broadcasting in Asia. Media Asia an Asian Communication Quarterly. Volume 34, No. 3 & 4. November 2007. 171 – 190. (2007). ISSN- 0129-6612

2. “Media Education and Training Facilities in Pakistan: Problems & Prospects” has been accepted for publication in international Journal European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR). 2012

National

• Research Journal

1. A Comparative Analysis of Coverage of AIDS in Pakistani Press: a Case Study of AIDS Days. The Health, Lahore, Pakistan. Volume 2, Issue 2. May 2011.

2. Cable television viewing patterns of women in Lahore, Pakistan. Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan. Volume 44, No. 2. December 2007. University of the Punjab Lahore. ISSN 0034-5431.

3. Cable Television watching habits of the youth in Pakistan. Journal of Research, (Humanities). Volume XLI. Number-1. January, 2005. University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. ISSN 0555-7666.

4. Primary Purpose for cable television viewing in Lahore, Pakistan. Quarterly Journal of Gender and Social Issues. Autumn/ Winter 2004, Volume, 3 Number 3-4. Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi- Pakistan. ISSN 1813-9892.

5. Communication Technology: Challenges and opportunities for media studies. Journal of Research (Humanities). Volume XXXVIII, July-Number 2003, University of the Punjab, Lahore.