Gurugram : Gurugram University announced to start 11 new courses for the the session of 2019-20. This important decision was taken by the Executive Council of the University in a meeting held very recently . The University decided to to start Mcom 2 years 40 Seats, Mcom integrated 40 seats, MBA 2 years 40 seats and MBA integrated 40 seats in the Department of Commerce and Management. In addition to to these courses some more programs are added for this season too. According to the Vice Chancellor of Gurugram University, Dr Markanday Ahuja , M A Education 30 seats, English 30 Seats, Master of Journalism and Mass Communication 30 seats, Master in Social work 360 seats, MA Public Administration 30 seats, MSc Applied Psychology 30 seats, MA Economics 30 seats, Master of Law 30 seats will
NEW DELHI : To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser (PSA) to the Government of India and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) have come together to bring the best of science and technology to implement waste management in India. Principal Scientific Advisor to the Govt of India, Prof K. Vijay Raghavanand Director, IIT Delhi, Prof V. Ramgopal Rao signed a Memorandum of Understanding today in New Delhi for setting up a Centre of Excellence for Waste to Wealth Technologies for implementation of sustainable, scientific and technological solutions for waste management, through validation and deployment of available technologies for transformation of waste to wealth. The waste to wealth mission project has been ap...
M. Venkaiah Naidu Inaugurates Architecture Block at REVA University He opined that to Equip students with employable skills is need of hour Promote linkages between institutions and industry Bengaluru : The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that a world-class higher education system was the need of the hour. Addressing students and faculty members of REVA University after inaugurating the State-of-the-art Architecture Block in the campus at Bengaluru today, he said that India’s quest for development would remain unfulfilled if we fail to create opportunities for quality higher education till the last mile. Pointing out that concerns have been raised over the imbalance between excellence and inclusion, the Vice President called for revamping of higher education sys
54th Annual Convocation of Bangalore University, in Bengaluru Bengaluru : The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu has expressed anguish over continued terror attacks in various parts of the world and called upon international agencies such as the United Nations to conclude deliberations on the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism, put forth by India to criminalize all forms of international terrorism and deny terrorists, their financiers and supporters access to funds, arms and safe havens. Shri Naidu urged upon the world community to initiate concerted action to eliminate the scourge of terrorism from the face of the earth. Addressing the 54th Annual Convocation of Bangalore University, in Bengaluru today, Shri Naidu said it was high time that the world takes ...
40 Research papers were read by Academician &, Research scholars Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Krishanatrey made stress towards content of the News Bal Mukund , Senior Journalist explained the difference of journalistic world and academic world GURUGRAM : Who is giving the news for whom with what arguments and all those arguments which are not included, how skewed is that? were some of the concerns of Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Krishanatrey of Johns Hopkins University Centre for Communication Programmes, the Chief Guest for the valedictory session of 2 Day National Conference ‘Manthan ‘19' on Media Literacy – Tools, Technology and Challenges, Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technolgy. Increasing the scope for argument and counter-argument and reaching a consensus, should be the ideal situ
A 2-Day National Conference ‘Manthan ‘19' was Organised GURUGRAM : Member Secretary, Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA), Prof. Sachidanand Joshi said that we are living in a ‘overinformationized society' where whoever get whatever information holds it to be true and checking it is like doubting the self. He was speaking as Chief Guest in the inaugural session of 2-Day National Conference ‘Manthan ‘19'on Media Literacy – Tools, Technology and Challenges. The Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology, SGT University organised it. He brought some examples from the good old days when there was a ration of 1:10 – meaning that one newspaper is read by 10 people and today one person may read 3-4 newspaper but does not know which the accurate news is. He concluded his speech
Anant Kumar /STI Correspondent PUNE : Breaking yet another new ground, Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune has announced, for the first time, a course in Film Criticism and the Art of Review. The 20-day Course would be conducted from 28th May to 19th June, 2019 in Delhi in association with Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi. Talking about the course, Shri Bhupendra Kainthola, Director, FTII, said that it meets a long-standing demand of cinema critics, film reviewers, film bloggers, research scholars, film academics and just about anyone who has more than ordinary interest in cinema. He added that one needs to know how to ‘read’ a film in order to review it, the tools for which will be provided through this course. The course would be helmed by Bhop
Basic Film Orientation Course for Children (Pune) Post Date: 02 Apr, 2019 Basic Film Orientation Course for Children (1) Dates: 07th to 13th May 2019 including Sat & Sun (2) Timings: 10 am to 5.30 pm (3) Age: from 11 to 17 years (4) Nationality: Indian (5) No. of participants: 40 – 50 per batch. The course will not be conducted if there are less than 40 participants per batch. (6) Venue: FTII, Pune (7) Fees: Rs 7,000/- per participant (Demand Draft to be drawn in favour of “Accounts Officer, Film and TV Institute of India, Pune”, and should be payable at Pune) (8) How to apply: Participant need to apply either for Batch I OR for Batch II. Download the application form from website of FTII, fill – in all the details, attach required Demand Draft and deliver it in person or speed
GURUGRAM : The Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology is organizing its second 2-Day National Conference ‘Manthan ‘19'on Media Literacy – Tools, Technology and Challenges on 12 -13 April. Prof. Sachidanand Joshi, Member Secretary Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi will presidethe event and Satish Jacob, Senior Journalist, will be the chief guest. DrAnubhuti Yadav, Associate Professor and Head, Department of New Media at IIMC, New Delhi will be the Key Note speaker on the theme of the conference. Prof. Pradeep Krishnatray of Johns Hopkins University Centre for Communication Programmes, will be the Chief Guest during the Valedictory Session. The conference aims to highlight the Tools, Techniques and Challenges of Media Literacy. Teachers of
GURUGRAM : Remaining true to its vision, SGT University organising Internship Fair 2019. As being one of the best human resource pools, SGT has always attracted best companies, and this year is no exception. Renowned companies like HDFC Bank, pnbMetlife, Rupee Makers, Park Hospital, Future Generali, BlackBerry, Asian Heart Institute, NCMSL, Astron, Inuteq, Belco Pharma,Orient Craft Limited, Richa Group, Jio, VTPL, Netcore, Handygo, Investors Clinic, Paras Hospital, Drumfarm are some of the companies. Internship fair like these not only lays a bouquet for the companies to choose from but also provides opportunities for the students to interact with the HR representative of the respected companies, a rendezvous with the challenges of a highly competitive world. The fair is open for studen...