The students got chance to observe firsthand the working of News 24 Channel, Entertainment24 and Radio station Dhamal 24. The student’s got to see how TV news channels operate and radio stations function
BARABANKI — Jahangirabad Media Institute (JMI), Barabanki recently has organised a tour of national capital, Delhi for its students who visited offices of various news and entertainment channels. Besides, the students also visited various historical places like India Gate, Jama Masjid, Rashtrapati Bhavan and Prime Minister office.
The students got chance to observe firsthand the working of News 24 Channel, Entertainment24 and Radio station Dhamal 24. The student’s got to see how TV news channels operate and radio stations function.
“It was a very good experience for them because most of students have never been to any news channel office. It was part of their course in Jahangirabad Media Institute where they are doing different diploma, certificate and degree courses.The students have termed the tour as highly Informative,” said Zubair Ahmed, faulty at JMI.
Tisha Mathur, one of the students studying journalism at JMI said, “We saw digital library and PCR at News 24. We also got know about shooting on Chroma. Experience was nice and informative.”
Another student Maaz Kidwai said, “I saw graphic and animation department of News 24 and also virtual news room. It has left a deep imprint on my mind and motivated me to join a news channel after finishing course at JMI.”
News 24 reporters also shared their views to JMI students. They also briefed students about electronic media.
Located within the campus of Jahangirabad Institute of Technology (JIT), Jahangirabad Media Institute (JMI) was set up in 2005 in the sprawling campus of Jahangirabad Fort to facilitate professional training in the field of media and entertainment. The institute is located in the historic fort of Jahangirabad, in Barabanki District.
Although located at hinterland, JMI is equipped with modern technology, state of the art infrastructure, a team of experienced and dynamic faculty. JMI has been running degree and master courses in several branches of media and journalism for several years now and film making with separate radio and TV studios at its campus, besides well-equipped library.