Faculty development programs prepares faculty/ teachers with the latest topics and teaching methods. They use the learning from FDP to impart effective education. Students learn better and therefore perform better at exams. It helps universities to become top-ranked universities.
Peace journalism is a style and theory of reporting that aims to treat stories about war and conflict with balance, in contrast to war journalism, which peace journalism advocates say display a bias toward violence.
To sensitize and educate faculty of Department of Media on Peace Journalism, Ms. Terry Song, Managing Director, Global 03 Branch, HWPL and Mr. Jaden Lee, Coordinator, Department of International Law, Global 03 Branch, HWPL (Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light), an international organization in Seoul, South Korea, working for the goal of ceasing armed conflicts and achieving world peace through worldwide peace projects, conducted FDP on the same for the Department of Media.
Hon’ble Chancellor Sir graced the FDP and blessed the Department of Media.
Programme started with the purpose of the FDP in Peace Journalism by Ms. Ritu Prashar, HOD, Department of Media. She introduced the resource persons from South Korea to the faculty and staff of MUIT, Noida Campus. Chancellor Sir felicitated the resource persons.
A talk was delivered by Ms. Aditi Shrivastava ji, Advisor, School of Science of Consciousness she showed a ppt on TM which was well appreciated by everyone.
Mr. Jaden Lee gave a talk and showed a small film on Peace Journalism and how it could bring about a change in the world. After this Ms. Terry Song spoke on Peace journalism’s style and theory of reporting that aims to treat stories about war and conflict with balance. The main thing journalists can do is to inform the largest number of people impacted by the conflict about its realities.
Hon’ble Chancellor Shri Ajay Prakash Shrivastava ji spoke on World Peace. He said that peace building matters a lot in today’s world. People need peace and security in the midst of violent conflict happening every where in the world. He said that it has been scientifically proven that TM improves the quality of life and surroundings too.
Dr. Trapty Agarwal, Dean Academics, MUIT Noida Campus gave a thank you note and spoke on the importance of practicing Transcendental Meditation in our daily life.
Ms. Aditi Shrivastava ji presented a book on Transcedental Meditataion to both the resource persons from South Korea.
Advisor, Department of Media, Shri Ashok Shrivastav was also present for the FDP. The FDP was attended by Dr. Trapty Agarwal, Dean, Academics- MUIT Noida Campus, Dr.Mudita Agarwal, Dean, SOSOC, Mr. Gaurav Thakur, Dy. Dean, SOSOC and all the faculty members of Department of Media Ms. Ritu Prashar, HOD, Dr. S S Gupta,Dy. Dean, Ms. Bhavni Singh, Mr. Shivam Yadav, Mr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Mr. Mohan Singh Rawat, Mr. Arvind Singh and Mr. Nitin Saxena from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. It was a great learning experience for all the participants.