Ranchi: Under the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, run by Nilambar Pitamber University, information about many subjects of MJMC course is being given through online classes. In this episode, Sanjay Pandey, an expert in press law and senior journalist, told the students of the session 2021-23 about the various forms of journalism. He said that the diversity of life and the abundance of ever-increasing resources have made journalism multi-dimensional. Today journalists are choosing their special areas according to their interest and tendency. Because this is an era of uniqueness. Giving information about investigative journalism, he said that journalism is espionage and is a powerful tool of advocacy. With Burnstyle and Woodwork, two Washington Post correspondents, on the strength of their talent and promptness, did a splendid task of intelligence, which resulted in the change of power from the Watergate scandal. In America, such journalism is known as investigative journalism. Through this, a systematic micro survey of contemporary topics, events, situations and facts is concluded on the basis of study and research. Told about economic journalism that the present life is influenced by meaning from every field. Economic journalism today has been fully developed to highlight all the activities related to Artha. He gave information by presenting many examples related to media economics. Giving information about rural journalism, Professor of Journalism Sanjay Pandey said that Apna Desh is the country of the village. There is still unprecedented backwardness in the village. At its core lies the communication gap.
The voice of new consciousness and scientific development in the remote village can be conveyed only through letters. He said that it is expedient to call journalism devoted to the overall development of the village through traditional folk art, promotion of folk culture, cottage industry, rural health, green revolution and white revolution. Journalists regularly contribute to the rural society and contemporary needs through regular newspapers-magazines or mass media such as radio and television, they are called rural journalists. And in this way, the activism of such works of his can be termed as rural journalism. Sanjay Pandey gave many important tips to the students while giving information about interpretive journalism, development journalism, parliamentary journalism, sports journalism, radio and television journalism and photo journalism.
(EW News Desk)