St Joseph College of Communication

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St Joseph College of Communication
Media Village
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Motto Values in Visuals
Established 2004
Religious affiliation


Catholic Archdiocese of Changanassery]]
Principal Prof. S. Chandramohan Nair (Former Professor, FTII, Pune)
Location Changanassery, Kerala, India
Nickname SJCC
Affiliations Mahatma Gandhi University

Coordinates: 9°27′32″N 76°33′20″E / 9.45889°N 76.55556°E / 9.45889; 76.55556

St Joseph College of Communication
Sri Oommen Chandy, the Hon. Chief Minister of Kerala Inaugurating SJCC
Media Village is dedicated to the nation by Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, former President of India

St Joseph College of Communication (SJCC), is the first university affiliated Media College in South India. SJCC is a Christian minority self-financing education institution affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India. The college offering career-oriented bachelor and master of arts university degrees in Multimedia, Animation, Graphic Design, Cinema & Television, Print and Electronic Journalism and Visual Arts.


SJCC was founded in August 2004 and formally inaugurated by Sri Oommen Chandy, the Chief Minister of Kerala, in the presence of the founder, Archbishop Emeritus Mar Joseph Powathil, on 2 July 2005.

Media Village was dedicated to the nation by former President of India A. P. J. Abdul Kalam.[1]


BA Multimedia

BA Animation and Graphic Design

BA Visual Arts

MA Cinema and Television

MA Animation

MA Multimedia

MA Graphic Design

MA Print and Electronic Journalism


To create media professionals with a high level of aesthetic values and moral responsibilities guided by the three-fold light of the body, mind and spirit, which catalyses the holistic development of an individual in age and wisdom.


To reach out to the world with this vision through giving media awareness to the people by offering an earnest media literacy that is rooted and nurtured in values.


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