Signing Memorandum of Understanding between EJM, College & Charkha Development Communication Network
LEH, September 18: In a remarkable initiative to foster excellence in journalism and photography, the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism (MCJ), Govt. Eliezer Joldan Memorial College, Leh, has joined hands with the prestigious Charkha Development Communication Network, New Delhi, and inaugurated a transformative Five-Day Reporting and Photography Workshop.
The inauguration ceremony marked the commencement of the enriching workshop, which promises to empower aspiring journalists and photographers with a comprehensive set of skills to excel in the ever-evolving field of media and communication.
The workshop witnessed a series of captivating sessions led by distinguished resource persons from the Charkha Development Communication Network. Chetna Verma, CEO, and Khushi Pahuja, Project Associate- Communication and Strategy, graced the event with their expertise, offering engaging workshops and interactive discussions that encompassed various facets of writing, storytelling, and the critical themes of Development and Gender.
The collaboration between Govt. Eliezer Joldan Memorial College and Charkha Development Communication Network reflect their shared vision of nurturing talent in journalism and photography. The workshop not only imparts skills but also encourages participants to envision and work toward a collaborative future in these fields. The collaboration between Govt. Eliezer Joldan Memorial College and Charkha Development Communication Network underscore their shared commitment to nurturing talent in the fields of journalism and photography.
At the end of the session, on a momentous note the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the college and the Charkha Foundation. The signing ceremony took place in the presence of esteemed dignitaries, including Diskit Angmo, Department of Psychology; Chetna Verma, CEO of Charkha Development Communication Network; Khushi Pahuja; Hajira Bano, Assistant Professor; and Mohd Ali Khan, Lecturer. The event commenced with a warm welcome address by 5th Semester student Naziya Jabeen.
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