MERC media tour concludes
4 students selected to work with PTI
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Srinagar, Mar 1: Four students from the Department Of Media Education Research Centre (MERC) Kashmir University have been selected to work with Press Trust of India (PTI) at the end of 2 week media tour organized by the department for its students of IVth Semester, the KU PRO Monday said.
“After an on- the- spot written test, followed by interviews, conducted by PTI , 4 MERC students Owais Mushtaq Wani, Azhar Qadri , Ummer Rashid and Mehmooda Bashir were selected as Journalists to work for PTI,” he said.
“The tour to diverse media organizations at New Delhi not only enhanced the mental landscape of the students but also was a boon for the teaching faculty, accompanying the students, to better understand the latest media trends in the country,” said Dr Shahid Rasool, Head MERC.
“During the sessions conducted at various media organizations, students got enriched with latest techniques and came to know about the new media beats created by the sheer wisdom of the minds behind these organizations,” he added.
“The tour also provided opportunity to students to develop contacts with media professionals and organizations, which may help in their placement,” added Dr Shahid.
The group, which visited thirteen organizations during their 10 day stay in Delhi, included 13 students and 2 faculty members, Dr Aaliya Ahmad, Zahra Malik, along with section officer GM Mir.
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