Online Guest Lecture on After Effects of Covid-19 On Indian media Industry

Online Guest Lecture on After Effects of Covid-19 On Indian media Industry

Resource person/ agency and affiliation:

Mr. Shishir Sinha, Senior Deputy Editor at Business Line, The Hindu. New Delhi  

Learning is something, which never stops. In this tough time when the entire nation is fighting with pandemic coronavirus, our E-learning& online classes are providing our students with the best knowledge. On 21th May 2020 at 11 am, an online session was held on the topic “After Effects of Covid-19 On Indian media Industry” by Mr. Shishir Sinha, Senior Deputy Editor at Business Line, The Hindu. New Delhi.  Mr. Shishir Sinha is Working as a Business Journalist for the last 24 years. He is presently working as Senior Deputy Editor with the Hindu Business Line since May 4 of 2018. He is Post Graduated in Economics from Banaras Hindu University followed by Graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication. He also worked in different organizations include, Amar Ujala, AajTak, CNBCAwaaz, and ABP News. He has conducted several talk shows related to economic issues on All India Radio. He does a regular appearance as an expert on DD, Lok Sabha TV, and Rajya Sabha T.V

He started his lecture by explaining about the Indian Media industry. He explained the current condition of the media industry both print and electronic media and how it will change in the near future. He also spoke to the students on the various scope in print and electronic media for the newcomers and the challenges they will face when they enter this competitive industry. He then cleared all the doubts and queries of the students and made them feel positive towards their career.

The students gained a lot of information and the lecture was even more interesting with the examples he gave relating to each topic.

Outcome:

As the session was very helpful for the students, to understand the situation after COVID-19 Pandemic. The students also felt that the Guest Lecture will be very helpful for them for their future life and academics.

Prepared by:

Dr. Manish Jaisal  (Assistant professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication)

Verified and Submitted by:

Prof. Anurag Trivedi (HOD, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication)