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3 teams participating in the Student News Room event at Talk Journalism 2017 won a prize money of Rs.50,000 each for their story ideas.

3 ideas out of the selected four, are from the Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad. 4 of the best story ideas were shortlisted from around 30 ideas, pitched by students of 9 universities.

The teams consisted of
Team 1: नेहा रानी पटेल, Nisha Dagar, Diksha Alok
Team 2 : Sahil Suman, Mythreya Sharma, Rushi Malava, Neer Prasad
Team 3: Meenakshy Bindu Sasikumar, Sindhu Maria Nepolean, Dheeshma Puzhakkal, Parasa Rajeswari

Well done.

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The Orientation for the new batch of PhD Communication scholars is scheduled to be held on August 9, at 2:30 pm. All the six scholars who have secured admission this year to please attend. All faculty members of the department are invited to the event too. ... See MoreSee Less

Orientation for PhD Scholars - 2017 batch

August 9, 2017, 2:30pm - August 9, 2017, 3:30pm

The Orientation for the new batch of PhD Communication scholars is scheduled to be held on August 9, at 2:30 pm. All the six scholars who have secured admission this year to please attend. All faculty...

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Pamela Philipose, senior journalist and Public Editor of TheWire.in will be delivering the 10th Dr. CVS Sarma Memorial Lecture

Pamela Philipose is currently Public Editor of The Wire. She began her career with The Times of India; was a senior fellow with the Indian Council of Social Science Research. Until June 2014, she was director and editor-in-chief of Women's Feature Service (WFS), an agency mandated to highlight development issues with a gender focus in media coverage. She was also an advisor to the Media Task Force of the Government of India’s High Level Status of Women Committee Report.

Earlier, she was senior associate editor with The Indian Express, anchoring the edit page and writing commentary on a range of issues, including those of conflict, politics, children, development and the media. The Indian Express ran her satirical column, ‘Straight Face’, for ten years and she authored a book of political satire for Penguin India entitled ‘Laugh All The Way To The Vote Bank’. She was awarded the Chameli Devi Jain Award for Outstanding Woman Journalist in 1999 and the Zee-Astitva Award for Constructive Journalism in 2007.

She has co-edited two volumes, one focusing on reportage on conflict entitled: Across the crossfire: women and conflict in India’ (Women Unlimited, 2012), and another that looked at women’s employment, Work in progress (Concept Information/ FES, 2013). She has also contributed to various anthologies – including Memoirs from the women’s movement in India: making a difference’ (Women Unlimited/Kali For Women, 2011) as well as Making news, breaking news, her own way (edited by Latika Padgaonkar and Shubha Singh, Tranquebar, 2012) and Practising journalism: values, constraints, implications (edited by Nalini Rajan, Sage Publications, 2005).
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Pamela Philipose, senior journalist and Public Editor of TheWire.in will be delivering the 10th Dr. CVS Sarma Memorial Lecture Pamela Philipose is currently Public Editor of The Wire. She began her c...

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