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NMF College organises a five-day webinar to train students on reporting pandemic like COVID-19

The free online webinar is being organised by the NMF college of commerce and science in association with Griffith University, Australia.

NMF College organises a five-day webinar to train students on reporting pandemic like COVID-19
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The department of mass media and internal quality assurance cell of Nirmala Memorial Foundation College of Commerce and Science is organising a five-day webinar for faculties and academic staff on training students to handle Pandemics like COVID-19, starting from May 4.

The free online webinar is being organised by the NMF college of commerce and science in association with Griffith University, Australia.

An e-certificate will be awarded to those who attend all five days of the webinar - “How to trains Media students to handle pandemics like COVID-19”. The resource persons for the programme are all nationally and internationally acclaimed.

Over the five days, the professional faculties will speak on various topics ranging from women and children issues to the scientific approach for covering pandemics like COVID-19.

The entry for the programme is free but limited. Those interested can register here. The duration of the webinar is from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM for all five days. 


Details of the 5-day training webinar are as follows:


Monday: May 4, 2020

Resource Person: Surender Singh Oberoi, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Topic: Ethics of Reporting in Situations of Emergencies like COVID-19 Pandemic. 

 

Tuesday: May 5, 2020

Resource Person: Sanya Seth, UN Women

Topic: Reporting issues of Women during COVID-19 Pandemic.


Wednesday: May 6, 2020

Resource Person: Devendra Singh Tak, Save the Children Foundation

Topic: Reporting issues of Children during COVID - 19 Pandemic.


Thursday: May 6, 2020

Resource Person: Kasun Ubayasiri, Griffith University, Australia

Topic: Ensuring that COVID -19 Pandemic is not attributed to a geographical region, community or creed.


Friday: May 8, 2020

Resource Person: A. P. Jayaraman, Retired Scientist from BARC

Topic: Scientific Approach for Covering COVID - 19 Pandemics.


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