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Asian College of Journalism, Chennai Cut off 2020

Asian College of Journalism, Chennai Cut off

Asian College of Journalism in 1994 by the Indian Express Group. Later, it was taken over by Sashi Kumar; therefore, the campus was shifted to Chennai. The college offers various postgraduate diplomas as well as specializations in print, radio, and television. To be eligible for such courses, candidates must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline. 

The process to get admitted into this college is to start by taking the ACJ Entrance Exam conducted every year in April/May and conducted in two sessions. Once the results are declared, the cut off list is released by the college. Following are the factors that determine the cut off marks -

  • Total number of candidates appeared in the exam
  • Reservation policy
  • Number of seats available
  • Last year admission trend
  • Previous year cut off
  • Level of difficulty of the exam

Candidates who had scored higher than the cut off marks will be invited for the personal interview and group discussion. After that, candidates who have performed well in all three stages, i.e., Entrance Exam, Personal Interview, and Group Discussion, will be called for counseling, which will conclude the admission process. 


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