Let’s ace that media career

DSC conducts workshop on careers in media to guide the students of Salaam Baalak Trust

Published: 23rd January 2017 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th January 2017 10:51 PM   |  A+A-

Students at the workshop

By Express News Service

The Delhi School of Communicat i o n c o n d u c t e d a workshop on New Careers in Media and Communication with children of Salaam Baalak Trust in Gurgaon. The workshop was enthusiastically attended by students from the various branches of the NGO in large numbers. T h e h i g h l y interactive session s aw the ea g e r participation of students of all age groups from various s t reams. Media and communication experts from DSC spoke on emerging career opportunities in Media and Communication, the scope of various short and long term courses in this field and how an aspirant can make his/ her career in this growing industry.

They also threw light on growth prospects and the expected remuneration packages for new entrants and seniors in the world of media and communication. On the success of the workshop Rupanjali Lehri, Associate Director, DSC said, “Our institution thinks about the inclusive development of society, because a society cannot progress until and unless equal opportunities are provided to every section. I hope this workshop will certainly help the students of Salaam Baalak Trust in choosing their career path. The children are bright, excited and raring to go!”

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