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Awareness programme on Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation in Dibrugarh

The students of Centre for Studies in Journalism & Mass Communication (CSJMC)

Drug Abuse

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Jun 2022 8:14 AM GMT

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DIBRUGARH: The students of Centre for Studies in Journalism & Mass Communication (CSJMC), Dibrugarh University partnered with Dibrugarh-based News & Media portal Dibrugarh 24X7 to launch 'Nazariya', a series of long-form discussions to bring forth less talked about but critical issues on diverse local and world issues.

The talk show is a part of their current 45-day campaign on Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation awareness titled #HopesUpDrugsDown which began on May 15 and will continue till June 29 to accelerate the message of the importance of seeking help against drug abuse and lasting benefits that rehabilitation provide. This is the second phase after a one-month long Phase-I starter campaign in February this year.

A first-of-its-kind in Dibrugarh, the debut episode was held with a panel of esteemed members comprising of Shwetank Mishra, Superintendent of Police (Dibrugarh), Dr. Pranit Kumar Chaudhury, Former HOD, Dept. of Psychiatry, AMCH Dibrugarh, Plabona Borah Goswami President, Pratyavartan NGO, Dibrugarh, Narayan Upadhyay, Secretary, Pratyavartan NGO, Dibrugarh, Rashmirekha Changmai, Assistant Professor, Centre for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh University and Dr.Trishna Duarah, Assistant Professor, Department of English, DHSK College, Dibrugarh. The talk show will air on Dibrugarh 24X7's social media platforms as the first episode of 'Nazariya' on June 26 to mark International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

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