Sanjay Gupta : InAugural Address

Sanjay Gupta : InAugural Address

Sanjay Gupta (Editor-in-Chief, Dainik Jagran Newspaper and CEO (Dainik Jagran Group) delivered the inaugural address for the new batch and spoke at length to make the students set their expectations right with the media industry.

JIMMC RTI Day 2015

JIMMC RTI day on April 2nd, 2015 marked the culmination of its 2014-15 RTI campaign. Aruna Roy, India’s pioneer RTI activist graced the occasion as the chief-guest. JIMMC students presented a play on RTI. Aruna Roy was presented a citation for her contributions to the people’s right to information. Students made four presentations on various aspects of RTI. A presentation of sample questions filed by JIMMC students was shown to Aruna Roy. Winners of the Poster Making, Slogan Writing, RTI Presenation competitions and outstanding contribution to JIMMC RTI campaign were felicitated.

Aruna Roy was very impressed with the efforts made by the students and urged the students to keep up the fight for freedom of expression because if we do not fight for it, RTI will die. Students heard her speech in rapt attention. She started with the mention of Bob Dylan and how he used his lyrics to express dissent with the American Govt. She shared many stories from her work and laid stress on the fact that no one person is responsible for social change as it is the result of collective efforts of a whole lot of people and today’s youth must ensure that the government does not water down the RTI Act.

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JIMMC 'Navrang' Media Fest 2015 (Feb 17th to 21st, 2015)

JIMMC Media Fest was a five day gala affair with a difference. It focused on 'Child Rights' as the central theme and all competitions revolved around it. It was done in order to sensitise and create awareness among the youth.

The fest saw stupendous participation and many students from Institutes outside Delhi NCR also participated and won awards.

The chief guest for the Valedictory session on Feb 21, 2015 was the Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi. Our chairman, Mr. Mahendra Mohan Gupta presented him a memento and a Hindi citation dedicated by JIMMC family to the passionate journey of Kailash Satyarthi, the most prominent name associated with the fight for ‘Child Rights’.

Our Vice-chairperson Ms.Ritu Gupta presented Mr.Satyarthi an English citation dedicated to him and his pencil sketch drawn by JIMMC student Suman Soren.

Mr. Kailash Satyarthi impressed one and all with his humility and inspiring speech. He shared many anecdotes and urged the students to work towards the nation’s progress by transforming themselves through three D’s – Dream, Discover and Do.

Click here to watch the full speech

The winners were felicitated and the memorable day came to an end.

JIMMC Diploma Award - Nov 30, 2014

Degree students and PG Diploma courses students of 2013-14 session were given their diploma certificates in a diploma award ceremony by the renowned journalist, Anshuman Tiwari, Editor of India Today (Hindi). All the toppers of each course were given certificate of excellence.

The junior batches gave the seniors a farewell party after it.

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JIMMC APR Event- Nov 18, 2014

MSc mcaj IV & MJMC III and BJMC III organised their end semester Event for their hypothetical brands - a 24X7 music channel INDY BEATS & Mercedes PENZ and their social awareness campaign for NGO SADARG.

The event included the print and out of home campaign, a social awareness film inspired by a real life event, radio jingles, magazine and the final event.

JIMMC Annual Club Festival - Nov 14, 2014

Every Friday JIMMC students participate in an activity club of their interest. An annual club day was organised as a showcase of the students club activity. Various Clubs put up riveting performances which were appreciated by the esteemed guests,Dr Arshiya Sethi -- Dance Critic, Dr K K Panda -- Educationist, Dr Subhendu Ghosh - Scientist and Singer and Mr Pramod Kumar - Principal, Jagran Public School

Debate Club participants debated on 'Nehruvian vision of Independent India did our country more good than harm': Saumya Dixit MJMC I was adjudged the best debater. Atul Singh, MJMC I got the second place.

Music Club Sourav Pandey and Yuvraaj Singh performed "Socha Hai & Rock On! and Sanjeev Chaubey and others presented some group songs.

Street Play Club put up a play on the relevance of RTI. BSc mcaj IV studentGazal Bhardwaj wrote some hard hitting lines for it. The street play performers put up an enthusiastic and energetic play.

The Dance club put a choreography act - Ekla Chalo Re - on the struggles encountered by a woman at various stages of life. It left many in tears and was much appreciated.

The best debaters & photographers were awarded and the students got pictures clicked with the encouraging & supportive guests.

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Teachers’ Day

On 5th September students got together to celebrate Teachers’ Day with much aplomb and enthusiasm. It was yet another occasion to showcase their talent before the faculty. The programme began with a beautiful rendition of the traditional Ganesh Vandana. Two young freshers presented a classical dance invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesha.

Ganesh Vandana was followed by several other performances by students- poetry recitation, solo dance, group dance, skit and a play. The poems were original works of students in praise of the teachers. While the solo dance performance was a soulful movement dedicated to the teachers, the play enacted was based on an original script showing the importance of a teacher to be patient with a differently-abled child. These were followed by a couple more song and dance performances by senior students.

However, the spoof by students on the faculty took everyone by surprise and left audiences in peels of laughter. The function ended with games for teachers and speeches by the judges who appreciated the effort of the students. Mr. Atul Sinha, Editor, Zee News, Mr. Vibhakar, Co-ordinating Editor, Sahara Samay and Ms. Rajul Tiwari, media entrepreneur addressed the students while Director, Dr. N.R. Mohanty exhorted the students to work hard in the year ahead.

New Batch Welcome Day

It was a day of eagerness and excitement at JIMMC with young and new faces arriving for Freshers’ Welcome held on 25th August.

A welcome tilak was put on students’ foreheads to mark the occasion. This was followed by Orientation lectures. Ajay Upadhyay, Founder Director JIMMC Noida and Satish K Singh, Editor-in-Chief, Live India gave inspirational talks to the new students.

Some of the young graduates were accompanied by their guardians. Work of old students was showcased to the guardians of new students who appreciated the young talent and hoped their ward would be producing work like this some day!

‘Invertia 2014’- the annual fest of Invertis University, Bareilly (U.P)

JIMMC Students participated in various competitions in ‘Invertia 2014’- the annual fest of Invertis University, Bareilly (U.P) from April 20 to 22, 2014. The students had a lot of fun as they got to showcase their talent and interact with students of other Institutes.

JIMMC also won the honour of bagging the maximum number of awards – total 12 trophies and medals – in the entire event.

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Fiction Film Screening: MITTI

APR students held a film screening for their fiction film ‘Mitti’ made on the sensitive issue of farmer’s suicide. Shot completely on outdoor location of Silliguri, West Bengal, the film was appreciated by all JIMMC faculty members and students. Dr. N R Mohanty, JIMMC Director launched the DVD and the end the crew members shared the experience of making the film.
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Navrang Media Fest 2013

Navrang Promo

JIMMC Media Fest 'Navrang 2013' saw enthusiastic participation from invited colleges of Delhi and NCR on all four days. Between Oct 23 to 25, there was Creative Writing, Ad Mad Show, Debate (Is the Indian Media Genuinely Free?!), Quiz, Sculpting, T-shirt Painting, Photography and Fiction and Non-Fiction Film competitions.

Dance, Street Play and Fashion Show competitions were held on the day of the Grand Finale- Oct 26. Mr.Vishnu Tripathi, Senior Editor, Dainik Jagran lit the lamp for the auspicious opening and gave an enlightening speech. In the evening programme, Asmita Theatre Group's thought provoking play 'Dastak' highlighted the fact that words should translate into action.

Students' works especially made for the occasion - 'Ten Years of JIMMC' and Navrang promotional film - were screened for the audience. After launching the Souvenir, the three guests – the chief guest, Mr. Mahesh Bhatt – renowned Film-maker, the guest-of-honour, Mr.Arvind Gaur -Director, Asmita Theatre Group and Dr. J N Gupta, CEO, Jagran Education Foundation spoke on the topic 'Challenges Before the Indian Youth'.

Navrang experience tested students organisational, creative and competitive abilities and they came out with flying colours!

Transcribed Speech of Dr. J.N. Gupta

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India Under the Stars' Campaign

October 1, 2013

Almost 200 voluntary organisations have came together to organise a national campaign, ‘India Under the Stars’ in several cities across the country to highlight the condition of the homeless in the country and demand for a concrete policy on the same.

40 JIMMC students participated in the 'India Under the Stars' Delhi event and spent a night with the homeless on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti. This first of its kind experience was an eye opener for the students who were astounded to learn about the vast number of homeless people and their plight. On that night, they learnt the hardships the homeless face – physical and emotional – and their fight for a life of dignity. The students, divided into three groups went to three different camps.

1. Hanuman Mandir

2. Jama Masjid and Chandni Chowk

3. Saat Manzila Parking, Near Tilak Nagar Metro Station

Prateek Jaiswal: Bsc MCAJ semester 1- Hanuman Mandir

The homeless said we get food from the temple on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Rest of the days we rely on the langar at the Gurudwara. There were many beggars who were even educated but because of lack of any identity proof they were unable to get any work and were forced to live on the streets.

Shobhit Rastogi: Bsc MCAJ semester 2- Jama Masjid

Our group was with the NGO Aman Biradri. We interacted with the homeless in the areas around Chandni Chowk starting our nearly 5kms walk from Jama Masjid. There we saw nearly 2000 homeless people sleeping on the streets. Many of them were drug addicts. When we asked them the reason they take drugs they said that its only under the drugs influence can they muster the courage to sleep on the roads, pavements and dividers with cars passing by constantly and death looking at them in the face!

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Recent TV Specialisation Activities

TV Specialisation students did individual stories on topics like,
- Facilities in Noida Stadium
- Empowering the deaf and the dumb
- Eco-friendly buildings
- Ramzaan
- Problems related to traffic in Noida
- Condition of traffic police personnels
This exercise helped them to understand the issues, gave them exposure and practical know-how of doing news stories. They met several people, did interviews, went to many places for doing their stories. Each student did reporting, scripting, shooting and editing of their own stories. They also did Hindi typing, gave voice over and made graphics for their own stories.
TV Stories made by TV students


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