Nidhi interacts with KU students
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 7: Prominent journalist and NDTV anchor, Nidhi Razdan Monday interacted with students and faculty at Kashmir University’s Media Education Research Centre.
Sharing her experiences in the media over the last 12 years, she stressed on the need for hard work and persistence to excel in the field.
Underling the need for patience while working on ground, she said journalism can be physically as well as mentally demanding job.
“But it is also very interesting for those who have passion for the profession.”
Director EMMRC and head of department MERC, Dr Shahid Rasool apprised Razdan about the department and its contribution in honing the skills of budding journalists of the valley.
Senior faculty members Nasir Mirza, Mulsim Jan, Syed Afshana,Sabeha Mufti , Aaliya Ahmed and Malik Zaara and others were present on the occasion.
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