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September, 07 2018 Vol 03, Issue 111 Department of Journalism & Mass Communication

Poster making competition organised in JU The students of the SOM, JMC, Agriculture participated in the event

Sanchita Mondal

Jaipur. A poster making competition was organised in seminar hall of JECRC University, Jaipur on 6th September. The students of the School of Management participated in the event. The theme of the event was "Abhiuday", the name which is given to the social initiative taken by JU. It includes all the social initiatives by JU such as Zaroorat, Ashaaye, Suhasini etc. The students were very creative in the event and all the participants did very well. Results were announced the same day the event organised. The judges se-

Fresher’s Party will be held tomorrow Rohit Kumar Jaipur. A fresher’s party is going to be held on 8th of September 2018. New students of JECRC University, Jaipur will take part in the event. Along with, they can perform to show their skill. According to student development officer of JU, Students who want to perform in this event have chosen through the auditions. Ramp walk auditions was held on 30th August 2018 and Singing/Dancing auditions held on 1st September 2018.

Faculty Corner

lect four participants as a top four. The winner of the competition is Vishwajeet to B.Sc. Agriculture, 3rd year and 1st runner-up is Latika Arora, Student of Journalism and Mass Communication

from 2nd year. The aim of the event was, every student should be aware of the social problems and also that studies are not sufficient, they should be contributing to their society as well.

Indian Youth Parliament to be held from 15th Sep

An Indian Youth Parliament meeting was organized on 1st Sep. in JU, Jaipur

Shubham Saini

Jaipur to discuss article 370. It would be a platform where Jaipur. An Indian Youth Parmany students will gather liament meeting was held on ask questions and share their 1st Sep in JECRC University, views with the representative Jaipur. The meeting of the IYP and experts of different fields was carried out by the MR. similarly even the experts and Ashutosh Joshi, member of representative will get a platthe Indian Youth Parliament. form to share the vision. One This parliament meeting should join the IYP so that occurs every year on the they can spread their views to ‘Engineers Day’ but youth Parliament is the protection badhana”. We should bring the entire world and try to imParliament celebrates it as of humanity which is required unity among all of us. plement them. Also to introa ‘Democracy Day’. Mr. for the youth to be developed Indian Youth Parliament’s duce the youth to their social Ashutosh Joshi and Mr. Shrvaand educated. Keeping in the aim is to connect youth with responsibility and to connect na came to let us know about mind the line of a song that each other with the feeling of youth with the tradition of Inthe IYP which will be going “Ek akela thak jaayega, milkar “Bashudhev kutumbak”. An dia which would develop their to held from 15-17th Sep. The raah dikhaana, saathi hath event will be going to held in moral character. main vision of Indian Youth

Mr. Manish Sharma, Assistant Professor, SOM

Students are the pillars of University

Sakshi Singh

Jaipur. Students are the pillar of University and because of the University is doing wonders in every field, said Mr. Manish Sharma, Assistant Professor, School of Management. He is currently teaching finance to BBA students and one of the main subjects he teaches is security exchange. He has been working with JU from last four years. On the question about utilization of finance in the country, he replied that people nowadays don't expend their money on welfare

but on the advertising. On the question about why he choose to teach as a career, he replied that he chose to teach finance because he wanted to explore the subject more and wanted to aware students more about it. He added that current situation of finance in the country is quite uncertain because of trade wars between

country but even after this situation, the GDP of the country is still increasing. When asked about his experience with JU, he said that he has great experience undoubtedly as the students are very curious about the subject and the events that take place in JU. When asked about his teaching mantra he said that he is doing something he loves to do he added that finance was his hobby so he turned it into his career. He added that he has been seeing for last two years that students are doing a great job with the help of faculty.

Cartoon Corner

Ritushree


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President meets PM of Bulgaria Calls for stronger bilateral business relations; unveils a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Sofia

Ankit Sharma

Jaipur. The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind met the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Boyko Borissov in Sofia on 6th September. During the discussions, the President said that under his leadership Bulgaria has made appreciable progress as a nation. He also complimented him for successfully conducting the rotating Presidency of the European Union from January to June 2018. The President said India is keen to substantially upgrade its economic relations with Bulgaria. Bulgaria is doing well in the fields of IT, pharma, technology, food processing, among other sectors. These are areas where there is strong interest among Indian companies to forge joint ventures and invest in Bulgaria. The President said that our de-

fence collaboration has been going on for long. India is keen to leverage Bulgarian know-how and technology. India invites Bulgarian companies to come and manufacture in India as part of our Make in India programme. Later in the day, the President, jointly with the President of Bulgaria, unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at South Park, Sofia. In his remarks on the occasion,

the President said that he was grateful to the people of Bulgaria for giving Mahatma Gandhi an eternal home in Bulgaria on their special day – the National Unification Day. This is a meaningful tribute to a man who dedicated his entire life to the service of humanity. In these times of strife, reckless violence and wanton destruction, his thoughts and values are ever more relevant.

Friday, September 07, 2018

Mass media acts as a watchdog for society Jatin Rajoria Jaipur. People are bound by the social problem and issue directly and indirectly. Information is the only weapon that rectify this social problem. Today, media can spread the information on the large scale. We can say that media is for the people, by the people and to the people. Media is today playing the outstanding role in creating and sharping of public opinion and strengthening of society. It acts as a watchdog and protect us from malpractices and create public awareness. Media plays a role as a bridge between the government and the public. Today, India has more than 50,000 newspapers, 857 news and current affairs channels and

86 radio stations. Even, we have some Government organization which also play a very meritable role in providing an authentic news as a ministry of information and broadcasting of India do it for us.

team took the silver, propelled by Chaudhary’s phenomenal individual performance. Sourabh, who won the Asiad gold last month, qualified third with a score of 581 before shooting down his own world record with a score of 245.5

in the final. Singh managed 218 once the field was pruned to eight following the qualifying round. He first set a world record in the 10m air pistol event at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Junior World Cup in June.

Farmers and workers Sourabh smashes the junior record for gold at ISSF World Championship paint Delhi red

Kapil

Kapil

Jaipur. Thousands of workers, farmers and agricultural workers participating in an anti-government Mazdoor Kisan Sangharsh rally turned central Delhi into a sea of red flags on Wednesday. Their leaders and political backers in the Left were already looking ahead to wider protests in the next few months, in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. This is the largest protest held at Parliament Street this year, according to a senior official of the Delhi police present at the venue. Organisers of the rally claimed that at least 1.5 lakh people had

Jaipur. 16-year-old Sourabh Chaudhary, who won gold at the Asian Games last month, qualified third with a score of 581 before shooting down his own world record with a score of 245.5 in the final. Saurabh Chaudhary shattered the world record to claim the junior 10m air pistol gold at the ISSF World Championships here Thursday but senior shooters failed to impress yet again. Arjun Singh Cheema settled for a bronze in the same event and the Indian

participated. Major demands included loan waivers for small farmers and higher minimum support prices for crops; a minimum wage of ₹18,000 a month and an end to anti-worker labour reform, and social and food security for all.

76 Dead after severe flooding in North Korea: Red Cross

Thousands of people have been left homeless after heavy rains Shubham Saini Jaipur. Severe flooding in North Korea has killed at least 76 people with another 75 missing, many of them children, the Red Cross said Thursday. Thousands of people have been left homeless after heavy rains triggered floods and landslides, toppling more than 800 buildings in North and South Hwanghae

provinces, leaving Red Cross volunteers scrambling to find survivors. Impoverished North Korea is vulnerable to natural disasters. More than 130 people died after floods struck North Hamgyong province in 2016, bringing down buildings and leaving hundreds of thousands in urgent need of food and shelter. The country’s territory is largely composed of

mountains and hills that have long been stripped bare for fuel or turned into terraced rice fields, allowing rainwater to flow downhill unchecked. A series of floods and droughts was partially responsible for a famine that killed hundreds of thousands between 1994-98, with economic mismanagement and the loss of Soviet support exacerbating the situation.

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