News and Events
Students visit Doordarshan Kendra
Students of College of Journalism and Mass Communication (CJMC) visited Doordarshan Kendra on 20 February 2019.
A Doordarshan official explained to the students how the television channel functions. He provided technical details of the equipment the Kendra uses and demonstrated how each piece works. He also explained how information comes into the station and how it is turned into a full-fledged news package. The students gained valuable insights into how a television news channel works and got an opportunity to see the theory they had learned in the classroom put to work.
CJMC students learn about trends in cinema and media at Commits meet
The Commits Institute organised an annual seminar event based on trends and challenges in Journalism, Media and Cinema in Bangalore on February 07, 2019. Twelve students from CJMC attended the event.
The seminar was divided into six sessions. The first session was addressed by Mr. Prakash Raj, actor, philanthropist and politician. He talked about setting positive social and political agendas through the media. The second session was by TR Gopalakrishnan, a senior journalist, who discussed about his years as a journalist and how he came to adapt to changes in technology and media. The third session had Faye D’Souza, executive director of Mirror Now, talking about the delights and challenges of being a television journalist.
A big haul of medals at SLANT
CJMC bagged prizes at SLANT 2019, the annual meet for journalism jointly hosted by National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSOJ) and Atria Institute of Technology, on February 01, 2019.
Our students, Qazi Hamza Irfan, Sanjana B. and Vennela G.S. won first prize in Factcheck. In the Fake News Photography competition, Rahul Parthivas won second prize and Aprameya won third prize. Abhinav A. Dinesh participated in the extempore. CJMC students also stood first in the general knowledge quiz.