SGT Times Reporter
Gurugram, May 3
A guest lecture on the topic of the importance of communication skills in media was organized on Tuesday at the Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology, SGT University.
The event speaker was Sansad TV anchor Mr. Parakram Singh Shekhawat During his statement, he said that the use of simple language for communication in the media is the only medium of proper communication.
He said that in today’s era, some journalists present news in a very simple way that connects readers or viewers instantly, and some try to make it sensational.
Shri Shekhawat said that there is a lot of potential for the students in the field of journalism, but for this, we need hard work and determination.
He said that students in today’s era get a lot of opportunities to learn in colleges and universities, he said that students who are studying journalism must understand the importance of internships as internships provide a clear picture of the field’s understanding and challenges. He stated that internships get students ready to face the real challenges of the media industry. He said Before becoming Anchor I was also a student and dreamed of becoming an anchor on National TV. The harder you work, the more you will achieve your goal. He said that creativity and thinking are important. Everyone can present the same news in their own way. It is up to your creativity why people should listen to you and see your news.
Mr. Parakarm Singh Shekhawat answered the queries of the students.
Prof. Sushil Manav, Dean, Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology, said that previously journalism was all about real news. But today there is a lack of credibility in the real news. He said that a journalist is a writer and journalism is all about storytelling in a simple manner.
Mr. Pankaj Rakesh, Advisor, Mass Communication department said that communication should be done in a crystal clear way so that it can be understood by a layman. Faculty members of Mass Communication and Media Technology were also present during the program