Dibrugarh, Feb 22: A day-long workshop on jourlism and mass communication held at Lahowal College on Tuesday under the aegis of Political Science and Education department of the College concluded successfully. More than hundred students of the college as well as colleges of nearby areas like Chabua, Dikom, Dibrugarh, Duliajan and Tinsukia attended the workshop.
Senior Jourlist and former president of AAJU, Ikbal Ahmed iugurated the workshop amidst presence of Lahowal MLA, Ritupar Barua, Director of Guwahati based Assam School of Jourlism, Monoram Gogoi, faculty of the institution, Aswani Gogoi and president of the college Governing body, Zehir Ahmed.
In his address, Lahowal MLA Ritupar Barua lauded the efforts of magement of the college in general and faculty members of the two departments of the college for organizing workshop on Jourlism and Mass Communication, a subject which attaches more importance in every steps of life in the society. Barua while stressing on jourlistic ethics in reporting, he called upon the jourlists to imbibe the same for upholding the sanctity of jourlism.
The iugural meeting was presided over by the principal of the college , Jyoti Prasad Dutta who in her brief speech, informed the august gatherings that the college authority has decided to open a full-fledged one year diploma course with the support of Assam School of Jourlism, Guwahati.
The director of the Assam School of Jourlism, Monoram Gogoi also delivered a brief speech on evolution of jourlism in the backdrop of development IT sectors. Both the technical session of the workshop was aptly conducted by Gogoi.
Earlier, faculty member of Political Science department, D. Gogoi welcomed the guests, participants and spoke few words about the purpose for holding such workshop on jourlism and mass communication.