MoU signed between Radio Jayghosh, JIMMC Kanpur to spread the word on India’s vibrant culture

Lucknow: An MoU was signed between Radio Jayghosh Culture Department Uttar Pradesh and JIMMC Kanpur on Tuesday 27th June in the presence of Uttar Pradesh Culture and Tourism Minister Jaiveer Singh for promotion of journalism and culture.

Jaiveer Singh, chief guest at the function organized at Valmiki Rangshala of Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Akademi, located in Gomti Nagar Vipin Khand I, said that this MoU will increase mutual cooperation between the two institutions, which will certainly create training and employment opportunities for the new generation.

Along with this, a souvenir based on the achievements of Radio Jayghosh since its inception was also released. A seven-day media training workshop organized by Radio Jayghosh, Department of Culture, Uttar Pradesh and JIMMC Kanpur also started in the ceremony. Jida Kanpur also helped in this.

Minister Jaiveer Singh said in his address that the central and state governments are making significant contribution towards the preservation and promotion of Indian culture. Uttar Pradesh Culture Department is also promoting culture through various mediums. He said that India has cherished a dream that in the year 2047, when we celebrate the centenary year of India’s independence, then India should be established as a developed nation. To make that dream come true, every citizen will have to contribute honestly. Journalism can also play an important role in this direction. With this, employment opportunities will be created, as well as the feeling of nationalism can also be awakened. There is a need that the youth should be encouraged to serve the nation by connecting them with India and Indianness. With this, not only will the heritage and culture be strengthened, the country will also get new strength.

Assistant Director of Culture Department and Nodal Officer of Radio Jayghosh Prof Amit Agnihotri and Director of Jimsi Kanpur. An MoU was signed between (Dr.) Upendra. The second edition of the book “Mobile Journalism” by former Additional Director General of Bhopal Doordarshan Prabhu Jhingaran was also released at the function. Prabhu Jhingran said that the upliftment of the society is possible only through the upliftment of culture.

Inaugural Session General Manager of Dainik Jagran Lucknow J.K. Dwivedi said that even today the credibility of journalism and its connection with the land is intact. RJ Prateek told through the program “Mann Ki Baat” that radio is still very popular in remote areas.

Moderated by RJ Radheshyam Dixit and RJ Samreen, the function started with Mangaldeepak song by Moushumi Bharti. Tarun Raj, Director of Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Akademi, Tourism Advisor J.P. Singh, Dr. Durgesh Pathak, Coordinator of Radio Jaighosh, Renu Rangbharti, Assistant Director of Culture Department, Tuhin Dwivedi, Assistant Director of Culture Department and others were present in the event. On this occasion, an image of Maryadapurushottam Ram and a Tulsi plant were presented as a memento to the invited guests.

On the first day of the Workshop on Radio, TV Anchoring and Writing, organized from June 27 to July 2, Newstrack, Apna Bharat Editor Yogesh Mishra, Programming Head of Radio City Prateek Mehra, Prateek Mehra, RJ Karishma, and senior journalist Naval Kant Sinha explained the understanding of the content. Describing digital literacy as the need of the hour, made people aware about its practicality.

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