Educational Multimedia Research Center

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya, Indore

Educational Multimedia Research Center

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya, Indore, M.P. (India)

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About EMRC

About EMRC

Nurturing Next Generation
Media Innovators for Tomorrow

We are committed to enriching and upgrading the quality of higher education, through capturing, organizing, refining and disseminating knowledge, with the support of research and media production. We also aim to prepare next-generation, thinking media professionals, by providing them diverse and updated learning experiences.

Our Mission

To generate, disseminate and preserve knowledge while preparing the next generation of thinking media professionals by providing diverse learning environments.

Our Vision

Empowering creative media professionals to transform the world through exceptional education and by being socially responsible.

Academic Programs

EMRC At a Glance


History Of EMRC

Educational Multimedia Research Center, formerly Audio Visual Research Center, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, is a premier institution of DAVV and one of the 21 media centers of the country set up by the UGC. Established in June 1990, it became fully operational from July 1992.



Establishment of AVRC


Beginning of Courses


Name changed to EMRC

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Beginning of Ph.D.

The unique feature of EMRC is that all facets of Media Education, namely Production, Broadcast, Courses and Research are operating/functioning under one roof.

The Center has 3 professional state of art Audio and Video studios, exemplary in central India, equipped with Industry standard Digital Audio-Video recording facilities, Professional grade editing suites like DaVinci, Premiere and FCP, Graphics and Animation Applications. The Center is able to generate broadcast standard productions through its fully equipped classrooms, IT lab, Media Library and Multimedia lab.

The entire socio-commercial environment has undergone a change during the last 2 decades resulting in new challenges and opportunities for mass communicators. The media experts of tomorrow need to acquire new knowledge, skills and ethics to face future challenges.

The core subjects in the courses are Television Production, Audio Production, Multimedia Production, Broadcast Journalism, Advertising Management, Management and Marketing. The course in Media Management provides students with the knowledge and understanding of the multi-disciplinary field of Media Management, encompassing media technology and its basic components as well as market studies, business development, organization and economics.

If You Want to know about EMRC

Get a free consultation to learn more about EMRC – our team is here to help answer any questions you may have about our program. From curriculum to career paths, we’ll provide the information you need to make an informed decision about your future in media and communication.