Two podcasts have been chosen by UNESCO in its event “Celebrating Humanity in all its Diversity” which is created by the students of the Times School of Media (TSOM), Bennett University on the celebration of World Radio Day (WRD). Further, the selected podcasts have been put on UNESCO's website. In 2011 by the Member States of UNESCO and by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012 as an International Day, February 13 became World Radio Day.

UNESCO selects podcasts by Times School of Media students

Podcasting, a concept that streams content and radio on demand on any device over the internet is one such trend that is gaining mass appeal. Students at TSOM, Bennett University through various practical, theoretical and critical listening sessions are trained to produce podcasts. During various projects and assignments that are a part of their curriculum, students are encouraged to think, conceptualize ideas and use state-of-the-art University’s Media Labs with the latest media software to produce audio and video stories. ‘Mere Gaav Mere Log’ a three-part series produced by Utkarsh Gaharwar, Amrita Jha and Manas Dixit, students of Post Graduate Diploma - Digital Media (PGDM) and Homosexuality Promo, produced by Meher Dhanjal, Muskan Guliani and Raghavi Jhanjee, second-year students of Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication, were the projects given to them while they were learning to produce Radio Programmes and Podcasts as a part of their curriculum. The podcasts were promoted under the guidance of Dr. Moina Khan, Assistant Professor, TSOM, Bennett University.

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“Times School of Media, Bennett University gives special emphasis on practical learning while giving a strong theoretical foundation to its students. The curriculum for its Post Graduate Diploma in Digital Media, and BA in Journalism and Mass Communication programs are designed in a manner where students get the opportunity to experience skill-based learning and are industry-ready”, said, Dr.Moina Khan, Assistant Professor, TSOM, Bennett University, Greater Noida.

The Mass Communication programs at Times School of Media have been designed in association with India’s largest media conglomerate- The Times of India Group.

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can I apply for B Tech. ? I have domicile of MP

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 31st Mar, 2020
Admission to B.Tech at Bennett University is done through JEE Mains scores. So yes, even if you belong to MP, you can get admission in Bennett University. Please check their admission process at: . The admissions are open right now and you can fill in the application form at:

what are the cutoffs of Bennett University

Nikki Nair 24th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant

Bennett University offers wide range of courses can you please specify which course are you exactly looking for?According to that I can help you with it

It has PGD,LLB and various other courses,please specify your preferences

Then we can provide the required details


For Computer science course

The eligibility criteria is as follows

You need to have 10+2 marks minimum 60% and you have to give JEE Mains exam,The percentile cutoff is declared by all individual universities

For More detail Visit the website


How is B.Tech CSE from Bennett University? Is it worth joining? Is it promising or just a profiteering business?

Yastika Kumar 24th Feb, 2020

Hi Adnan,

Let's go through this step by step:

  • Infrastructure: Bennett University is a times group initiative to work on providing academic excellence. Now academics is not only limited to books desks and class. When it comes to technical education it is also about the practical application and Bennett University stands high on this. The college is well built and the labs and classes are well- maintained by the authorities. Thr hostel rooms are spacious enough to accommodate two persons at a time.
  • Faculty: Most of the faculty involved is from premier technical Institutes. Also there are frequent guest lectures by great professors.
  • Academics: They are trying their best to make their students face the world. In the first year of CSE the students are introuduced to PYTHON and ARUINO, in second  year you'll get to learn JAVA.

This University is still taking its time to grow therefore you could see some not so good reviews about it. But they are trying to evolve from all the contradictions they are facing and working on their academic structure. The reason why some believe it to be a profiteering business because of its relatively higher fees. But all this is being spent on maintaining and improving the academic environment. To make this university promising, only you have to be promising with the yourself by expanding your scope of learning by applying what you have learnt and exploring more oppurtunities.


can i get admission in Bennett university on jee main 66 percentile

thakre thakre 21st Feb, 2020

Selection to (engineering) B.Tech. program is based on JEE Mains I or II scores or class 12 percentage score in three specified subjects i.e. maths, physics and chemistry or score in SAT examination conducted by The College Board.

You should pass 10+2 with 60% aggregate marks and Physics & Mathematics as compulsory subjects.
And you should be appeared/Qualified in JEE Mains or SAT that means good percentage is not the criteria, you should either appeared in exam (JEE Mains) or if you are qualified, in both the cases they will consider you.


does there is any scholarship on the basis of low parental income?

prem meghani 26th Jan, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

Bennet universitiy only give scholarship based on percentile which you have scored in Jee mains.

So you should try your best for Jee mains and score best percentile to avail best scholarship .

The percentile wise scholarships are mentioned below ----

350000---98-100 percentile

175000-92-98 percentile

87500-82-92 percentile

36500-75-82 percentile

If you want to know more about details about Bennet universitiy then you can follow the link mentinoned below


All the very best

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