“Sharing knowledge will help you in evolving and will help you understanding with different views and facts” said senior journalist political editor in Mid-day Dharmendra Jore while receiving the award of Anil kumar Patrakarita Puraskar along with Joseph Rao on September 23 at Press Club Nagpur.
Jore while addressing the gathering gave tips to all the students on how one should follow the rules he asserted that “the best thing to learn new ways of writing is to read their own news the next morning. One should analysis their data and should listen to both parties before writing a report. We should be open to every area and must not be limited on one style of writing”.
Senior Journalist Joseph Rao retired as Bureau Chief, Press Trust India (PTI) said that “he was happy to receive people trust and love. He thanked all present for the award ceremony”.
The award, comprised of cash prize of Rs 21,000 and a memento was instituted by Vidarbha Gaurav Pratisthan and Nagpur Union of Working Journalists, is bestowed on two journalists in recognition of their glorious services in the media sector.
The awards ceremony was graced by the able presence of Governor of Tamil Nadu Banwarilal Purohit, member of Rajya Sabha Ajay Sancheti,
Vidarbha Gaurav Pratisthan President Dr Girish Gandhi, Vice President Satyanarayan Nuwal and other media personal.