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Apprenticeship in Journalism
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Apprenticeship in Journalism

Mysuru: Department of Information and Public Relations has invited applications from SC candidates who have passed degree/ PG in journalism for two posts of apprentices for a training of eight months. The candidate should have knowledge of Kannada and Computer. They should be in the age group of 22 to 38 years and should not…

Training for Journalism post-graduates
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Training for Journalism post-graduates

Mysuru: Karnataka Media Academy has invited applications from post-graduates in Journalism from any recognised Universities in State to award a scholarship of Rs. 10,000 per month for 10 months to undergo training in print and electronic media. The training will be provided to 10 candidates (5 from SC/ST and 5 from general category).The eligible candidates…

Nominations invited for journalism awards
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Nominations invited for journalism awards

The Department of Information and Public Relations has invited nominations for TSR, Mohare Hanamantharaya, Eco-journalism and Development Journalism awards. TSR award is presented in memory of Senior Kannada Journalist T.S. Ramachandra Rao carrying a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh for a journalist who has put in a minimum of 30 years in print or…

Selection panel formed for TSR, Hanumantharao Journalism Awards
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Selection panel formed for TSR, Hanumantharao Journalism Awards

The State Government has formed a selection panel for TSR (T.S. Ramachandra Rao) and Mohare Hanumantharao awards. The panel will be headed by retired High Court Judge Indrakala. ‘Prajavani’ Chief Sub-Editor Mandakani, ‘Kannada Prabha’ resident Editor at Hubbali Mallikarjun Siddannavar and journalist R.T. Vittal Murthy are members of the panel. Information and Public Relations Department…

Is there honesty in journalism?
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Is there honesty in journalism?

By N.K.A. Ballal, Retd. Sr. Vice-President, ITDC Journalism, a noble profession, the Fourth Estate as it is called, is based on honest reporting as its basic premise and accuracy of reporting as its weapon. If this is not adhered to, this profession also becomes another business where only profits matter. Then why is it that…

Budding journos attend camp
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Budding journos attend camp

More than 300 journalism students of various colleges in Mysuru and Mandya districts attended a training camp in city this morning. It was organised by Karnataka Media Academy (KMA) at Cauvery Auditorium of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) in  Mukthagangothri. Speaking after inaugurating the camp, senior journalist Krishna Prasad said that advent of technology, social…

Sr. Journalist Krishna Prasad to inaugurate Training Camp for Journalism students
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Sr. Journalist Krishna Prasad to inaugurate Training Camp for Journalism students

Senior Journalist Krishna Prasad (formerly of Outlook) will inaugurate a Training Camp for Journalism students at Cauvery auditorium in Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) premises tomorrow (Feb. 15) at 10 am. The programme is organised under the aegis of Karnataka Media Academy. Academy Chairman Siddaraju will preside. Academy Members Rudranna Harthikote, Muttu Naikar, T.S. Ranganna…

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