Venue: Seminar Room, Kalindi College
Organized By: Department of Journalism, Kalindi College
The seminar would focus on the study of society and culture involved in formulating media and its outreaching strategies, thus ensuring that target audiences are reached in an appropriate manner to affect knowledge transfer. It proposes to address the following:
- Identifying the elements of social change through communication.
- Using communication for achieving the desired results in the field of development
- Deliberating upon responsibility factor of the media towards achieving the development goals.
- Examining the journalistic complexities between media ethics and media commercialization
- Digital India: A new revolutionary phase of development.
- Communication Policies, Strategies and Exemplars
- Media a voice to the voiceless: Media converge on Dalits, tribals, minorities, women, children etc.
- Media as informer and motivator: From awareness campaigns for CSR activities
- TV and Cinema as an agent of development and social change.
- Media censorship
- Rural India: Empowering the geographical peripheries
- Development Journalism & Media ethics’ versus ‘Sensationalism & Commercialisation’: A tussle for existence.
- Folk Media: A traditional tool to bring about a social change & development
- Community Media and Conflict Resolution.
- Political communication and social change
Important: A copy of receipt generated after the online payment must be mailed on
email@example.com and the hard copy of the same should be produced at the
time of the conference
Dr. Sunita Mangla
Department of Political Science & Coordinator Department of Journalism
Dr. Nivedita Giri
Department of Political Science