Opportunities and Challenges in Journalism Discussed at 10th GFJN

Noida: Do images truly express as much as words do – or even more? Why do some pictures evoke strong emotions within us or strike a chord deep within? You may or may not have answers to such questions. But what you have here is a well-curated exhibition of stellar images by some of the passionate photographers of AAFT,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah introducing exhibition by AAFT School of Mass Communication and Journalism.

“Remarkable pictures; better than many professionals. With the growing numbers in the communication channels, the numbers of audiences have also increased at a huge rate. Presently in India, journalism has become a prestigious career choice for many students. Journalism is a challenging field and it is playing a key role in the development of the nation,” said H.E. Sinisa Pavic Ambassador Designated for Serbia to India while inaugurating the exhibition.

 “The challenge for news reporters and editors is to provide accurate coverage as quickly as possible without publishing false or biased information. The journalism industry is rapidly changing, and journalism jobs could be affected by the changes coming to newspapers and online news outlets in the future,” said Shekhar Dutt former Governor of Chhattisgarh.“Every profession has its challenges same with journalism too.I am happy to be part of this sea of knowledge,” said Daniel Kohler, Head Culture & Diplomacy, Embassy of Brazil

“Journalism remains an essential occupation in the digital age, and whether you’re covering local stories or global events, you need to have certain qualities to do a great job. Conditions ranging from strong analytical skills, along with specialist knowledge, can help you become a successful journalist,” added Sandeep Panchpande of ASM Group of Institutes.

“The opportunities are endless in journalism today. Electronic media and social media has opened a golden opportunities for young journalist. You have to remember the biggest challenge is Headlines and Deadlines,” said Chaitanya Padukone, Film Journalist and Author from Mumbai giving examples from Bollywood.

Harish Chandra Barnwal Writer & Senior Journalist, Smilymukta International Motivational Speaker USA, Michelle David renowned photographer, Lubna Asif Editor In Dino, Deepak Parvatiyar journalist, Shikha Tyagi Director AAFT School of Mass Communication and Journalism, Sushil Bharti Director Radio Noida 107.4FM, Ashok Tyagi Secretary General International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry also expressed their views on the subject.

 The event was supported by AAFT University of Media and Arts, International Public Broadcasting Forum, Asian Unity Alliance, Koshish-Sahyog, Prithvi Yoga Centre, ICMEI, and many international cultural forums.

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