SJMC students attend an International Communication Workshop
SJMC students attended an International Communication Workshop on Monday, 26 September 2016, at Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication, Dwarka, New Delhi. They also participated in group exercises conducted by the eminent speakers:
Ms. Laura Ungar, based in Louisville, Kentucky, is a senior journalist with the world's biggest English daily, USA Today and teaches in University of Kentucky.
Mr. Sujoy Dhar works with Reuters from eastern India besides teaching in several US universities and running a clutch of news services and portals, including India Blooms News Service (IBNS/www.indiablooms.com).
Ms. Jayalakshmi Sengupta, specialises in development journalism and worked with The Times of India. Currently a senior editor in a prominent Delhi-based publication house, Jaya has been to Afghanistan as a media trainer. She also writes on gender issues.
Mr. Pradip Bagchi, senior editor with The Times of India (New Delhi) and visiting faculty of AIMC. He has worked with top news channels besides being part of the team to launch Bangladesh’s first 24X7 news channel.
SJMC leads a radio campaign against cyber abuse and crime
SJMC students lead a radio campaign against cyber abuse and crime, launched by the UNICEF. They are in the process of producing a radio series of 50 stories narrated by students themselves.
Here is a sneak peak!
SJMC launches an exhibition of photographs by Sajid Raza Khan
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon, launched an online exhibition of photographs by Sajid Raza Khan to mark 32 years of the 1984 Sikh riots. The exhibition, including this video, went viral. Here’s a video produced by SJMC students.