Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. E-lectures were organized under the aegis of Journalism Department of Rani Durgavati University. In this, journalist Arvind Binjolkar, an expert on economic affairs, said that in today’s scenario, economic journalism has become very important. Parallel to the rapid growth of media, economic journalism has also emerged. These days, many economic and business newspapers, magazines, channels and web portals are also being operated in Hindi. Therefore, now mainstream journalists cannot argue for not being concerned with economic journalism.
Solutions answered: During the program organized on the subject of economic and share journalism, under the guidance of Prof. Kapil Dev Mishra, Vice Chancellor of Raduvavi and under the guidance of Dean and Departmental Journalism Prof. Dhirendra Pathak, students of journalism posed questions, which gave solutions. Guest scholar Dr. Sanjeev Shrivastava welcomed and guest introduction and Dr. Mohammad Javed performed a vote of thanks. Dr. Shailesh Prasad, Dr. Pramod Pandey, Dr. Mohanika Gajbhiye and Amarkant Chaudhary were supported.
Examination work at Radovavi should be done keeping in mind the safety of the corona: The Vice Chancellor of Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, Prof. Kapil Dev Mishra said that following the instructions of Madhya Pradesh Government and Higher Education Department, all the examination work should be conducted, taking precautions related to corona as per the norms and set time. He was chairing the online meeting. He said that all the affiliated colleges including the university should be aware of the vaccine. Follow the corona protocol seriously. The meeting was attended by 113 college representatives and officials of the Department of Conflict, Confidential Department. Vice Chancellor Prof. Mishra emphasized that undergraduate and postgraduate examinations should be completed in June -21 as soon as possible. Preparations should be started in this regard. The university’s in-charge registrar and exam controller Prof. N. Pendse said that with the opening of the public curfew, the disadvantaged students will get a chance. Dr. Abha Pandey, Principal of Mahakoshal College, underlined the problems faced by the examination in front of the Lead Colleges during the previous examinations. During this period, Assistant Registrar Sunita Deodi, Abhaykant Mishra, Radvavi Nodal Officer Dr. Ramkumar Gupta and others were present.