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Journalism Department JU engages students in educational field trip to Mansar
3/26/2024 10:14:45 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 26: The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Jammu recently orchestrated a captivating educational field trip to Mansar, led by the esteemed Head of the Department, Dr. Garima Gupta. This initiative aimed to provide students with an immersive learning experience beyond the confines of the classroom, offering them a glimpse into the real-world scenarios they aspire to report on as future journalists.
Mansar, renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, historical landmarks, and vibrant local culture, served as an ideal destination for this educational excursion. The objective was to acquaint students with the area's rich cultural heritage and environmental significance, fostering a deeper comprehension of the socio-cultural dynamics at play. Through exploration of picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and engaging interactions with local communities, students had the opportunity to augment their academic knowledge and cultural perspectives.
Dr. Garima Gupta underscored the significance of practical exposure in journalism education, emphasizing the trip's role in broadening students' horizons and honing their practical skills. "Direct engagement with the world around us is essential for budding journalists," remarked Dr. Gupta. "The field visit to Mansar not only enabled students to grasp the essence of storytelling through real-life encounters but also facilitated an appreciation of the intricacies involved in cultural and environmental reporting."
The itinerary included a visit to the renowned Naag Temple, where students engaged with a local priest to learn about its historical significance. Such interactions provided invaluable insights into the importance of research and accuracy in journalistic endeavors.
Faculty members Dr. Pardeep Singh Bali and Dr. Ravia Gupta accompanied the students on this enriching journey, contributing their expertise to ensure a comprehensive learning experience. This excursion underscores the department's commitment to nurturing well-rounded professionals equipped to navigate the challenges of the evolving media landscape with a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical proficiency.
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