Seminar on Media and its ever-expanding Dynamics held in Guwahati
First Published: 26th May, 2018 22:25 IST
Turning Point, a premier institute of Mass-communication and journalism in Guwahati today conducted a daylong seminar on ‘Media and its ever-expanding Dynamics”. The inaugural session was attended by Vice Chancellor
Turning Point, a premier institute of Mass-communication and journalism in Guwahati today conducted a daylong seminar on ‘Media and its ever-expanding Dynamics”.
The inaugural session was attended by Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University, Dr. Mridul Hazarika, Police Commissioner of Guwahati Hiren Nath and senior journalists like Wasbir Hussain, Chief Managing Editor of News Live Syed Zarir Hussain, Pranay Bordoloi and Paragmoni Aditya.
All the panelists exchanged their ideas, views and experiences with the participants regarding the ever expanding dynamics of Media and its prospects.
TOPMOST STORY NOW
Live Meghalaya MP WR Kharlukhi’s book on political developments in Jaintia Hills released24th February 2024
Live Tripura Royal Scion Pradyot breaks down, says ‘was abused, humiliated, never betray my people, will die for them’24th February 2024
Live Big blow to drug cartels: Narcotics worth more than Rs 65 cr seized in 3 NE states in 3 days24th February 2024
Live UCM office set on fire: Pressure group blames intelligence failure for arson incident24th February 2024
Manipuri to be associate official language in four districts of Assam
The decision was taken in the meeting of the Assam Cabinet held in Guwahati under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.24th February 2024
Assam: Heroin worth Rs 24 cr seized, probe underway to establish forward and backward linkages
Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma took to X and lauded the police for its relentless war on drugs23rd February 2024
Assam: Rash driving caught on CCTV, traffic cop hit by 2-wheeler
From the CCTV footage it can be seen that the students in the 2-wheeler apparently refused to stop when signalled by the traffic police.23rd February 2024