Bangladesh Institute of Journalism
and Electronic Media ( BIJEM )

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Bangladesh Institute of Journalism and Electronic Media (BIJEM) was established in 2003 as a non-profitable organization. A drive need of an appropriate media institute in the private sector arose very justifiably and at last, with a now of cultivating state of the art education, Training, Research and Publication in the area of Journalism, Mass Communication, Mass Media, Public Relations and Information & Communication Technology. BIJEM’s journey started in the 1st and 2nd floor at a building in Elephant Road, Dhaka.

Initially its name was Bangladesh Institute of Communication Studies and Public Relations (BICSPR) which was changed into its present name (BIJEM) in September 2007. BIJEM is county’s first media institute in the private sector and the only one which is affiliated to the National University. This new organization, by dint of its dedicated efforts in imparting innovative and up-to-date training on students, has earned tremendous repute at the national level regardless of government, semi-government and private sectors. Students trust is its strength; their reliability is its glory.

BIJEM’S Objectives:

1. To create skilled workforce through degrees and effective training in print & electronic media , journalism, traditional media, new media, social media, public relations, film, editing and publishing, advertising, information technology and so on.

2. To encourage women , side by side men in mass communication, journalism , media and film studies, public relations, advertising, IT sector etc

3. To publish books and journals in all disciplines of mass communication and journalism

4. To arrange seminars, dialogues, symposiums, workshops etc to create mass awareness and protect the interest of journalists and media activists

5. To work as consultants in the field of mass communication, journalism , media related issues and other various sectors

6. To motivate children for building careers in radio, television and print media-as well as develop their talents and skills through different courses

7. To establish a modern library and a media resource center for the journalists and to conduct different research/survey on journalism and mass communication.

Function at BIJEM

Communication Minister Obaidul Quader MP, Chief Guest of a function at BIJEM

Class at BIJEM

Audience of a function at BIJEM

Function at BIJEM

Industry Minister Dilip Barua at BIJEM