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Journalism students participate in 4th phase of Yuva Sangam
5/17/2024 9:44:26 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 17: Students of Journalism and Media Studies, University of Jammu participated in the prestigious Yuva Sangam event, hosted by Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) in Nagpur.
Karman Singh and Aayushi Dogra, students of the 4th semester of the Department of Journalism and Media Studies represented University of Jammu to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Jammu on the national stage.
These two students were recently shortlisted for Yuva Sangam Phase 4, an initiative under Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat, jointly organized by the Ministry of Education and the Union Government.
The itinerary included visits to NTPC Nagpur, rustic fields and rural areas.
"The opportunity to participate in the Yuva Sangam event at VNIT Nagpur was an invaluable experience, and it was made possible through the department's dedication to our growth and development," said Karman Singh, adding that their participation in various competitions, workshops, and cultural activities at Yuva Sangam has not only broadened their horizons but also enhanced their practical skills and knowledge.
"The rigorous training and mentorship we receive from faculty members at the department have prepared us to face real-world challenges with confidence and competence," Karman said and added that they both are particularly grateful to Professor Garima Gupta, whose leadership and vision have been instrumental in providing them with such platforms to showcase talents.
"The department's focus on experiential learning and exposure to contemporary media practices has played a crucial role in grooming us into capable and responsible journalists," said Ayushi Dogra, adding that the support from the department goes beyond academics, encouraging them to explore diverse perspectives and engage in meaningful dialogues.
Professor Garima Gupta, Head of the Journalism Department at Jammu University, expressed immense pride. "Our students have demonstrated exceptional talent and professionalism at Yuva Sangam. Their performance not only reflects their hard work but also the high standards of education and training provided at our university," she said.
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