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Women and Child Development’s Media Workshop in Burhanpur today

Saturday - September 8, 2018 1:16 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Issues relevant to Rashtriya Poshan Maah to be mulled 

Bhopal: A one day media workshop is being organized in Burhanpur on September 8 under the Rashtriya Poshan Maah (National Nutrition Month). The Minister for Women and Child Development will deliver lecture on the subject ‘Mann ka Poshan-Buddhi ka Poshan aur Shareer ka Poshan’ in the workshop. Sessions on Bal Adhikaar evam Mahila Suraksha ki Chunotiyaan, Social evam Electronic Media and Anchalik Patrakarita will be held for the media persons of Burhanpur and Khandwa in the workshop.

The Senior Journalist of Delhi Ajay Setia, the child rights activist will address the workshop. The Senior Journalist from Delhi Rajesh Badal will address the session on the subject ‘Anchalik Patrakarita Sambhavnayein evam Chunotiyon. The Regional Head of Bansal News Sharad Diwedi and Prof. Dr. Sonali Nargunde of Journalism division of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalay- Indore will deliver lecture on ‘Social Media evam Electronic Media Swatantrata ya Swachhandata’. Head of the Department of Women Studies department of Barkatullah Vishwavidyalay, Bhopal Smt. Asha Shukla will hold discussions on ‘Mahila Suraksha ki Chunotiyon’.

The Collector of Burahanpur Dr. Satyendra Singh will express his views on ‘Poshan Jagrukta- Prashasan aur Media ki Bhoomika followed by the address of the Editor of Samagam Patrika Manoj Kumar and Prem Pagare, the Bhopal Bureau Chief of Swatantra Mat, Jabalpur.-Window To News
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