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TV Journalists Training
of Broadcast Journalists Has to be Enhanced
Dinajpur, August 01: It was said in the television journalism training started in Dinajpur, though the number of television channels increased recently, no attempt has been initiated to train up the broadcast journalists to enhance their efficiency to meet the increased demand of the country.
Arranged by mass communication oriented education centre CCD, the weeklong training course started in Dinajpur today. In the inauguration of the training course held at Dinajpur Chamber Bhaban conference room, Municipality Chairman Shafiqul Hoque Chhutu said, television channels have to play more public interest and welfare oriented role in the country. We have to focus and highlight the unheard voice and socio-economic situation of the marginal and backward people through electronic media.
Renowned British Television Journalist and Media Consultant of the Thomson Foundation Mr. David Quen is conducting technical sessions of training course supported by European Union. Central Coordinator of CCD and Reporter of television channel CSB Mahfuzur Rahman Mishu is co-facilitating the training sessions. Among others, General Secretary of Dinajpur PressClub Golam Nabi Dulal and CCD Director G M Mourtoza addressed the inauguration function while Convenor of Economic Journalists Network (EJ Net-Dinajpur) Nurul Huda Dulal was in the chair.
A total of 21 television journalists working in Dinajpur, Panchagarh, Thakurgaon and Nilphamari districts are taking part in the TV Journalists Training on Economic and Trade Reporting. Networking Officer of CCD Abu Hena, Training Organizer Sarder Mohiuddin, Information Officer Arafat Ali Siddique, Evaluation Organizer Rashed Hasan and Organizer Aminul Islam assisted the course to be ended on 5 August.
Print Journalists Training
Journalists Training at Dinajpur on Economic and Trade Reporting
Up More Industries in Dinajpur Region Stressed
Dinajpur, April 23:
It is not wise to depend only on agricultural products; rather we have to promote setting up more factories and industries here for its economic development. In this regard journalists have to come forward with positive role in disseminating necessary information related to trade and business.
Deputy Commissioner of Dinajpur A M Saiful Hasan said it while addressing the closing and certificate giving ceremony of 5-day training course on local trade and economic reporting held in the Chamber of Commerce conference room today. With the support of European Union, development organization CCD and Economic Journalist Network (EJ Net)-Dinajpur jointly arranged this training course.
Speakers also said, Dinajpur is very famous for its historical and ancient glorious architectural spots and it is easily possible to attract more tourists to this area. It will create employment scope of many poor people including women and youth. Moreover, here is much potential of growing light and heavy agro-based industries for the economic development of this area, they added.
Presided over by Convenor of EJ Net-Dinajpur Nurul Huda Dulal, the function was attended by President of Dinajpur Chamber of Commerce and Industries Rafiqul Islam, President of Dinajpur Press Club Chitto Ghosh and Secretary Golam Nabi Dulal as special guests. Among others Member Secretary of EJ Net-Dinajpur Shah Alam Shahi and Project Coordinator of CCD A H M Abdul Hai addressed the function.
Media Consultant of the Thomson Foundation Hazel Duffy, Senior Facultu Member of Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (RAKUB) Training Institute A B Siddique, CCD Director G M Mourtoza conducted different technical sessions in the training course.
A total of 18 journalists of different regional and national newspapers working in Dinajpur took part in the course.
Red details training repots hold on
different following districts of northern region of Bangladesh.
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