From Our Staff Correspondent
Dibrugarh, Nov 17: The Centre for Studies in Jourlism and Mass Communication (CSJMC) of Dibrugarh University celebrated tiol Press Day at Dibrugarh University on Thursday. The event aimed at paying tribute to the jourlist community for their effort towards presenting the right information to the public amidst all the professiol challenges.
Salom Tuwilika Ismael, a CSJMC student from mibia was the chief guest on the occasion. Addressing the gathering, Isamael talked about freedom of press and the responsibility of jourlists in the republic of mibia. Media student from galand, Katholeno Nehu, delivered speech on media freedom and on how media works in galand. He also spoke about the freedom of press in galand and highlighted the challenges before the media.
On the occasion, slogan and poster competition as well as open mike competition were held. The Assistant Professors of CSJMC, Kanta Kaveri Sonowal, Abhijit Handique, Monjib Mochahari and Jennifer Shaheen Hussain were present at the event. A similar event chaired by the President of Lahoal Press Club, Deepjoy Saikia, was also organized by the Lahowal Press Club marking the 49th tiol Press Day in the premises of the Damayanti Tea Factory. The keynote speaker for the event was the Advisor of All Assam Press Correspondents Union (AAPCU), Shovit Kumar Chetry.
BILASIPARA: Under the aegis of Bilasipara Sub-Divisiol Information and Public Relation Office (SDIPRO) the tiol Press Day was observed at Bilasipara on Thursday. In this connection a semir was held on the topic ‘Challenges before the media’ was held in the conference hall of Bilasipara SDO(Civil) office with Sarfaraj Hoque, incharge SDO(Civil) as moderator. vojit Pathak, Circle officer, Chapar cum incharge SDIPRO explained the aims and objectives of the meeting.
Senior jourlist Dayal Paul, Pashan Ali, Kalyan Chakraborty and professor of Chapar Ratpith College Sheikh Hedayetullah delivered lecture on the topic as resource persons. Moslem Uddin Ahmed, president, Bilasipara Press Club also spoke in the meeting.
Haflong: Along with the rest of the country the tiol press day was celebrated at Haflong on the theme ‘challenges before the media.’ The programme was organised by the department of the Information of Public Relations of Dima Hasao. This year the programme was organised in a different manner unlike other years. The media team along with the staff of the department organised an outdoor semir at Ethnic village at the outskirts of the town near Jatinga. During the semir various issues were discussed pertaining to the district. The foremost being the communication and availability of internet network which delays their reporting to their head offices in Guwahati, even in this age of advanced technology.
Jorhat: Jorhat press club on the occasion of tiol Press Day decided to submit a memorandum to the Chief Minister and to the Speaker of Assam legislative assembly to pass an act for the protection of the jourlists in the state of Assam.