'Realise potential of journalism'


“A journalist is a historian and has the power to form public opinion. He or she has the responsibility to lead the country from untruth to truth, from darkness to light, from ignorance to knowledge. A journalist must have a dream and should fulfil it,” he reflected.
Director of MIC Dr Tapas Ray highlighted the importance of academic profession as an option for the students after completing the course. The institute will try to encourage and prepare the students to join academics as profession and concentrate in teaching and research. It would strive to strengthen the skills-oriented component of its curricula in order to sharpen the competitive edge of those graduates who wish to join the media industry. At the same time it would develop the academic component in order to enable graduates take advantage of employment opportunities in the burgeoning field of higher education in India, Dr Ray added.

The graduating students were given medals and an interactive session between them and the current students of MIC was held.
MIC Joint Director Sudhir Sakhuja was present.

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