Decembe 02 , 2017


WMC holds training course for wannabe journalists

Sanjay Mathrani

HYDERABAD: Speakers at media training were of the opinion that training with help of tools and techniques in a systematic manner in professionalism is the necessity of today’s era and such innovative steps in the field of media market are fruitful to enhance real approach of studying students.

Women Media Centre (WMC) organised five-day training course entitled ‘Census Results and Political Implications on Electoral Process’ in collaboration with National Endowment for Democracy (NED) at University of Sindh Jamshoro.

Prof Dr Badar Soomro, Chairman Media and Communication Studies said that participants should get much and more benefit from such professional practitioners.

Senior journalist and visiting faculty Sohail Sangi briefly described about the worth of such practices in the field of media. Training is mainly introduced as orientation and steps of WMC is highly appreciated in departmental approach.

More than 20 female and 10 male students from Media and Communication Studies Department participated in interactive and informative training.

Trainer and senior journalist Qazi Asif said, “I am pleased to be with such innovative and creative approached students and would like to heartily thank to concern head of department and relevant faculty members who encouraged and offered us to be with them”.

However, training was divided into different segments included lectures, sessions and field work.

Delivering the lecture on basic techniques of script writing of electronic media, Qazi Asif said that screen of television channel is based on journalistic language and particular terms like logo, timing and tickers.



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