Posted on Monday, July 24, 2017
The PG Diploma (Journalism) programme 2017-18 got off to a start at Times School of Journalism (TSJ) on July 20, 2017. The new batch was welcomed by the faculty and journalists during the orientation programme. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, journalist and editor of Swarajya magazine, Sandipan Deb, said that journalism is a challenging career where new boundaries are waiting to be explored by those who want to. “In my several decades of experience as a journalist, I have not a single day of regret and I am enjoying every day of it,” he said. Talking about the future of print media, Shankar Raghuraman, deputy executive editor of The Times of India, said, “Today in the West, people say that print media is dying, but in India it is not so and journalists are encompassing more roles and responsibilities in order to meet the growing demand of content from print, broadcast or online.”
The PG Diploma (Journalism) is an integrated programme with a focus on print, television and broadcast media. The institute boasts of core faculty comprising senior editors from the Times Group.
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