The well developed media in Indore provides the native inhabitants of the town with a chance to amass complete data from the politics, entertainment, sports, education and business. Indore has a wonderful network of media services of native newspapers, television, radio as well as magazines and journals. The socially, politically and culturally aware native inhabitants of Indore frequently browse the newspapers to accumulate important news regarding the varied vital events of the state, nation and world. The DAVV University of Indore provides the interested students a course on journalism and mass communication at the UG level. The numerous business enterprise homes of Indore prints out many daily newspapers and monthly magazines that gives in-depth information regarding the political, social and economic situation of the state of Madhya Pradesh, our country and also the world at giant. In Indore city, we have nearly twenty Hindi dailies, seven English dailies, twenty six weeklies and monthlies, four quarterlies, and a pair of Magazines (Bi-monthly), one Hindi language academic tabloid (monthly) named Campus Diary revealed from town including one annual paper. India's solely magazine on pump trade Pumps & Valve magazine is revealed from here. A number of the distinguished Hindi newspapers of Indore are: Raj Express, Indore Samachar, Dainik Dabang duniya, Dainik Jagran, Chronicle, Patrika, Free Press, Nav Bharat, BPN Times, Nai Duniya, Dainik Bhaskar, Chautha Sansar etc. Agniban, Satyaraj, Prabhat Kiran and Danik Dophar are a number of the notable evening newspapers of Indore. The key English dailies include TOI (Times of India), HT (Hindustan Times), The Hindu, DNA, Free Press, Business Standard and The Economic Times. Many state newspapers and national media homes have their regional offices in Indore.