SJMC to screen 'Young Syrian Lenses'SJMC proudly announces the screening of the documentary film 'Young Syrian Lenses' followed by a discussion of 'Global Refugee Crisis' with Ms Biraj Swain.
Date- September 16, 2016 Time- 1:30 pm Venue- Room BS09, Apeejay Stya University All are invited
Young Syrian Lenses Directed by Filippo Biagianti, Ruben Lagattolla Italy / 2014 / 52 min / Documentary
APRIL 2014. Since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution a bunch of Aleppo rebels relentlessly keep doing the daily job reporting for halabnews.com, providing footage for the top international broadcasters. The source of inspiration for this documentary film is based on the idea of war photographer Enea Discepoli to organize a photo exhibition in Old Aleppo, together with Halab News’ media-activists. Having crossed the border, photo prints in the hand, the continuous bombardments of the Assad’s regime manifest the impossibility to do the exhibition. Here starts the story....that still wants to put in light the work of the young media-activists and at the same time to see through their lenses to tell the story of Syrian tragedy which is unrelenting since 2011. The group of young media-activ Continue Reading...>>
PhD Entrance Test on 24 August 2016All students interested in pursuing their PhD programme with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon, may please note that an entrance test will be held at 11 am on Wednesday, 24 August 2016, at the university campus. This will be followed by a PowerPoint presentation and Interview before a PhD admission board. Only those applicants would be invited for the test who have filled up the ASU admission form and attached copies of the required documents. For further information, please contact Dr. AD Gnanagurunathan, Coordinator, SJMC PhD cell. firstname.lastname@example.org Continue Reading...>>
Citizen Journalism workshops at Edufest 2016 in Kohima
Lynchpin’s education fair - Edufest 2016- will host Citizen Journalism workshops organised by the Delhi NCR-based Apeejay Stya University for all participants at the two-day long festival on 25 & 26 April at Hotel De Oriental Grand, Kohima.
“At a time when the people from the Northeast complain about not getting enough space for their news in the national media, the workshops will teach youngsters the basics of news writing, taking quality pictures and videos in just 20 minutes,” said Ms. Mili Agarwal, Assistant Professor and Workshop Coordinator of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Apeejay Stya University.
Citizen journalists are non-professionals who collect, disseminate and analyze news on blogs, wikis and sharing websites using tablets, laptops, cell phones, digital cameras and other mobile and wireless technologies. “After our workshop participants should be able to develop skills in how to write, shoot, edit, produce and file a story by using your mobile handset. We will also teach how to upload news reports, pictures and videos on all Citizen Journalism and social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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