Manorama School of Communication

Manorama School of Communication, Erayilkadavu, Kottayam, Pincode-686001, Kerala, India

KM Mathew (1917-2010), acclaimed for his journalism with a human touch, was not content with taking Malayala Manorama to the very pinnacle of regional language journalism in India or launching a string of publications, each of which was a runaway success. Nor did he rest on his laurels when he made his successful foray into English journalism with The Week which went on to become the country's best-selling newsmagazine. Even as he pursued journalism that was bold and sound on ethics, winning awards and setting trends, at the back of his mind was always a long-cherished dream that he often shared with family and friends: to set up a journalism school of world class. He wanted journalism to be taught the way it should be: with a hands-on and no-nonsense approach and without frills and hype. His dream was to mould handpicked students into well-rounded journalists with quality training. This dream finally turned into a reality in 2002 when he set up the Manorama School of Communication (MASCOM) which quickly established itself as a premier journalism training centre in the country.

  • Develop entrepreneur qualities among student.
  • Research and Development cell for involving staff and students in R&D activities
  • Special classes for slow learners and average students

Manorama School of Communication, Erayilkadavu, Kottayam, Pincode-686001, Kerala, India

The College has various Collaborations.

  • Nisha Purushothaman
    Correspondent, Manorama News, Kochi
  • Midhun M. Kuriakose
    Senior reporter Malayala Manorama, New Delhi
  • Mintu P Jacob
    Senior Reporter Malayala Manorama Kozhikode
  • Prince Thomas
    Senior Assistant Editor, Forbes India, Mumbai

Applicants to the course must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognised university. Students who have appeared in their final examination may also apply. However, they will have to furnish adequate proof of graduation for their admission to be regularised.


  • Library
    The College has a well-stocked library. In addition, students will be provided access to the Malayala Manorama library and digital archives.
  • Sports
    The college has sports facilities for all the students.
  • Cafeteria
    The college has a canteen with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is available in college. A variety of south Indian food and snack items are provided to the students and staff of the School with good quality at a nominal rate.
  • IT Infrastructure
    The College has a computer lab equipped with modern computers interconnected by means of Local Area Network. In addition to training in standard software such as MS Office, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, hands-on experience can be gained on scanners, printers, digital cameras, and voice recorders.
  • Laboratories
    The College has equipped with professional studios, a newsroom using NRCS automation and Play Box technology, editing suites, and video cameras.
IT Infrastructure



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