The course on web journalism aims to harness computer skills in terms of reporting. The curriculum includes bogging, journalistic writing for internet, online articles, packaging, designing, interactive and cross media options for websites among others. It is a blend of theory and practical training to equip students with the skills to produce online articles and audio, video, pictures using various multimedia packages. The eligibility prescribed is a pass in 10+2, or graduation in any stream. Admissions will be made on first come first serve basis. In case the number of applicants is large, the college reserves the right to conduct an entrance examination/interview to select the qualifying candidates, added Mishra.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur (SGTB) Khalsa College, New Delhi, has invited applications for admission into two short term courses namely Sports Economics and Marketing (SEM) and Web Journalism.
Last Updated: 2010-07-23T06:10:00+05:30
SGTB Khalsa College Invites Applications for Short Term Courses in Sports & Web Journalism
New Delhi: Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur (SGTB) Khalsa College, affiliated to Delhi University (DU) has invited applications for two short-term courses namely Sports Economics and Marketing (SEM) and Web Journalism. The last date of application for both these course is August 10, 2010.
As per sources, these courses were introduced last year only. The last batch of SEM students also participated in the Global Sport Summit-TURF 09 organized by FICCI and the Indian Sports Marketing Forum. This proved to be a global platform for students to polish what they had learnt in the classroom. Students also made professional visits to DD National and DD sports in order to earn practical experiences on different aspects of sports production. Also, they visited LNIPE (a deemed sports university) to interact with the students of sports business and observe how sports works in the education industry. Considering the nature of the course, the two key projects that were assigned to students were presentations on case studies of Formula-One and IPL, said Smita Mishra, course coordinator.
- By Archana Sharma