Tulsidas Bhoite’s rendering in a special lecture organized at IIMC
Amravati : Authenticity, Talent and Hard Work to have in Journalism. The core of journalism is to leave any kind of hesitation and to keep his point of view clearly. In journalism, it is not important to ask questions, but it is more important to raise the right questions. There are immense possibilities of employment in the field of journalism. To capitalize on these opportunities, it is not only necessary for future journalists to have knowledge of the subject, but it is also necessary to have practical knowledge of the subject.
The above views were expressed by senior journalist Tulsidas Bhoite.
On Thursday, a special lecture on ‘Employment Opportunities in Electronic Media’ was organized by the Western Regional Campus Amravati of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication. Bhoite was present in the program as the chief speaker.
The program was presided over by Prof. (Dr.) Virendra Kumar Bharti, Regional Director, IIMC’s Western Regional Campus. Senior journalists Sachin Parab, Vinayak Pachlag and Vithoba Sawant were prominently present in the programme.
Senior journalist Bhoite said that knowledge is only good which beautifies life and improves society. Students should be assimilated modern technology.
Instead of increasing distance from technology, one should befriend it. Technology needs to be used wisely. Instead of spreading rumours, it is necessary to pay more attention to how it can be stopped. The meaning of journalism is not only to show or publish the news, but to make the world aware of the truth.
Apart from this, Bhoite also gave necessary tips to the students regarding employment in the field of journalism.
Regional Director of Western Regional Campus Prof. (Dr.) Virendra Kumar Bharti threw light on the development and changing scenario of electronic media. He said that with the development of electronic media, more and more employment opportunities are being created.
With the changing nature of electronic media, IIMC has designed its curriculum keeping in view the current demand and need of electronic media. Teaching-training is being done in the institute in such a way that the students of IIMC can play their important role in the journalism world.
Dr. Rajesh Singh Kushwaha welcomed the guests in the program. The theme of the program was introduced by senior teacher Anil Jadhav. The welcome speech was given by Dr. Vinod Nitale. Dr. Ashish Dubey did the vote of thanks.
The program was conducted by students of Marathi journalism department of the Institute Kajal Jaiswal, Kalashri Nakade and Ankita Chandak,. The presence of teachers, staff and students of the institute was remarkable on this occasion.