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This programme on Business and Financial Journalism is an industry-defining standard for training aspiring and career journalists to excel in an expanding niche discipline in the media space. To that end, it brings together the Asian...
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Course Details Term-wise

The first-term curriculum is geared towards introducing students to the fundamentals of business journalism. To this end, they learn the basics of reporting and writing, as well as how to use data effectively in their stories...
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core subjects

Core Subjects

This course forms the backbone of the programme, with its emphasis on imparting the ‘core skills’ that define professional journalists. Students learn to gather facts, cultivate sources, and write in clean, crisp language through a mix of...
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Elective Courses

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the recent history of international trade, balance of payments adjustment and capital flows. It will discuss the evolution of trade and finance flows, the important international institutions...
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Panel discussion on "Poverty Matters: Covering Deprivation in ...
Highlights from Bala Kailasam Memorial Award ceremony and panel discussion on "Poverty Matters: Covering Deprivation in India" with Dr. Nalini Rajan, Dr. Nagaraj Karkada, Harish Damodharan and A S Panneerselvan.
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Discussion on ‘Poverty Matters: Covering Deprivation in India’. Panelists: Dr Nalini Rajan, author and Dean of Studies, Asian College Of Journalism, Dr. K Nagaraj, author and professor at Asian College Of Journalism, Harish Damodharan, author and journalist, and A S Panneerselvan, Readers’ Editor, The Hindu. ... See MoreSee Less

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I know very little about Natya Sastra but like and enjoy all dances including Kathakali and Koodiyattam. Good discussion going on. Congrats.

Very less! Women weren’t performing in most of the Arts in earlier years! The dance is part of bhakti movement and awareness to society! Now there are women are performing!

It’s like intro! In therukoothu, every character has intro and hero by themselves! Even in Kuchipudi (Natya) as well as Bharatanatyam (Nritta), has dharavus or intro!

Thanks.. Highly informative and inspiring.

Conquer the stage is mandate as per Natya sastra

Same like vidhooshaka art form of Kerala to talk about the current affairs

Theru koothu, a Veda to reach common! Super - Team Svanubhava

The greatness of our culture!

Curtains are the teaser of the character

Very colourful!

Tamizh- irai mozhi, iraivan mozhi!

Very nice to see this

Oooo super


Hi super

Spontaneity is therukoothu

Such great and epic, the art shall be promoted more in functions and festivals

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Sometimes, how you do journalism makes news! ... See MoreSee Less

Sometimes, how you do journalism makes news!
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