Department of Journalism and Mass Communication has organized a Master Class on ‘Body movement/ work as a tool of Spiritual communication’
|Department: Journalism and Mass Communication||
Students, Research Scholars, Academicians and others.
|Activity: Master class|
|Date and Duration: 10th November 2020 (One Day) 04:00- 05:30 PM|
|Title: Body movement/ work as a tool of Spiritual communication|
Resource person/ agency and affiliation:
Mrs. Justyna Jan- Krukowaska, Performance artist, JUSTBODY Lab, Poland
Brief description / remarks:
Communication is a very important part of our life. It plays an important role in our professional life as well as personal life. Especially from the last few months, when the whole world is suffering from this Covid-19 and the situation is not good for anyone, the media has been playing a very important role in updating and explaining the situation everywhere. In such a situation, it is important for a reporter and media personnel to be calm and relax. But sometimes it is not easy to balance among environment, body and emotions. Therefore, to know how we can deal with such situation, the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Mandsaur University have organized a master class on “Body Movement/Work as a tool of Spiritual communication ” and to share her expertise Mrs. Justyna Jan- Krukowaska (Performance artist & Psycho-somatotherapist, Poland) was presented as keynote speaker. Ms. Sonali Singh addressed the session. Mr. Arun Kumar Jaiswal welcomes the guest. During the session, Justyna Mam said that the speed / function of the body are important in the communication process. It reflects your attitude, feelings and behavior towards others. And similarly, to balance between them we need to learn how to control our emotions and work with the body. Vote of thanks given by Dr. manish Jaisal, H.O.D. Journalism and Mass communication.
In this session the students learned, how we should control and balance the body and emotions during communication. They have also become aware of the role of spiritual communication in our daily lives.
No. of Participants: –
A total of 200+ participants have registered for the program.
Report Prepared by:
Mr. Arun Jaiswal (Assistant professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication)
Verified and Submitted by:
Dr. Manish Jaisal (HOD & Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication)