One Week Each for both Basic and Advanced Courses.
History of Journalism.
Reporting, Editing and Layouting for the Print and Online Media.
The Indian Constitution, IPC and the CrPC.
The Various Nuances of Legal Reporting.
The Various Nuances of Crime and Civic Reporting.
Investigative Reporting and the Art of Interviewing.
The learners will have to come up with a newspaper.
The learners will maintain their individual social media accounts with regular
The learners will write regularly across media.
Mr. Sunayan Bhattacharjee
A UGC-NET Scholar, Sunayan has worked with renowned brands such as The Times of India and Reuters and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Film Studies.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell Number: +91-9512848955
Ten other senior mentors will guide the learners in different areas of learning.
Prof. Ujjwal K. Chowdhury
A legendary media academic, Prof. Chowdhury has earlier worked as the Dean of
prestigious educational institutes such as Symbiosis International University, Amity
University and Whistling Woods International Institute.