Felicitation Ceremony at ITMI

The top three scorers of ITMI, each from the three PGD courses- Mass Communication, Broadcast Journalism and Media Planning, Marketing and Sales Management were presented today with a token of appreciation in the campus itself.

क्यूंकि बदलाव जरुरी है।

समाजिक बदलाव हम सब चाहते है पर हम में से बहुत कम लोग ऐसे है जो बदलाव की कवायद शुरू करते है।

India Today Media Institute

 एक कदम उड़ान की ओर….

राष्ट्रीय परिवार स्वास्थ्य सर्वेक्षण के अनुसार भारत में 26.8% लड़कियों की शादी 18 साल की उम्र से पहले कर दी जाती है। भारत में आज भी ऐसे पिछड़े वर्ग हैं जहाँ लड़की के 12 साल होने का भी इंतेज़ार नही किया जाता और रही बात पढ़ाई की वो तो सोच के भी परे है


The US is under the spotlight, as the government shutdown takes place in the country.  On the first day of the shutdown, a serious contradiction between the Republican and the Democratic Party was witnessed, which led to a severe argument between the two. After the sanctioning of the economic bill on Saturday, the furious President Donald Trump blamed the Democrats for it and made a blistering attack. As the second day followed, a face-off took place between the two parties, putting a series of allegations on each other. Because of the shutdown, millions of government employees in the US were granted leave and their salaries were also slashed accordingly. However, its military department remains unaffected.

2018 : भारत के सामाजिक – आर्थिक ढांचे के लिए चुनौती और अवसरों वाला साल

वर्ष 2017 गुजर चुका है । नोटबंदी और जीएसटी जैसे बड़े आर्थिक परिवर्तनों के चलते बाजार में छाई सुस्ती के कारण यह साल निराशा भरा था . बढ़ती बेरोजगारी अर्थव्यवस्था के लिए सबसे बड़ी चुनौती बन कर उभरी

Electricity 24/7 for all at affordable rates: A dream for all

Work done for development of rural area is “gram vikas’’. Many Gram Vikasyojnas have been introduced by different governments in India at center and at state level in recent decades.

Aam Aadmi Party: Then and Now

In India, weather & politics keep changing at the drop of a hat but I’m not certain about the former. 2018 has begun vociferously in the corridors of power in New Delhi when Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal & Deputy CM Manish Sisodia announced their party’s candidates on 3 Rajya Sabha seats which sparked off a clamour when Kumar Vishwas sarcastically lashed out at Kejriwal for not nominating him to the upper house.