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Students’ research

Chhetri, Anita, & Dash, B. B. (2024, March 15-16). Bhutan in editors’ pen: A critical discourse analysis of three leading newspapers [Paper presentation]. International Media Conclave-2024 on Media, Politics and Democracy, P G Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Fakir Mohan University, Balasore.

Chikwanha, Michelle-Gina Tatenda, & Mukherjee, S. (2024, March 15-16). Media depictions of Afghan women amidst cultural shifts and extremism [Paper presentation]. International Media Conclave-2024 on Media, Politics and Democracy, P G Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Fakir Mohan University, Balasore.

Patnaik, S. R., Dicko, Modibo, Saleh, B. M., Subudhi, R. N. & Parhi, A. (2024, February 17). Socio-cultural and academic adaptation by international students: An impact study in Indian context [Paper presentation]. BIITM-ORSI Joint International Conference on Managerial Excellence & Sustainable Growth: IT & Operational Issues (ICMESG’24), BIITM, Bhubaneswar.

Dash, Indira & Sahu, A. (2023, November 25-26). Disaster reporting in Odisha: Strategies, practices and challenges [Paper presentation]. National Conference on Unveiling the Power of Authentic Journalism: Communication in Digital Era, Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, Berhampur University, Berhampur.

Parija, Soumya. (2023, November 25-26). Understanding public opinion on environmental issues through letters to the editor: A critical discourse analysis of three leading Odia dailies [Paper presentation]. National Conference on Unveiling the Power of Authentic Journalism: Communication in Digital Era, Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, Berhampur University, Berhampur.

Chhetri, Anita & Dash, B. B. (2023, November 21-23). Bhutan in editor’s pen: A critical discourse analysis of three leading newspapers [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Chikwanha, Michelle-Gina Tatenda. (2023, November 21-23). Likes, hash-tags and the ballot: Social media’s role in shaping democratic engagement in India and Zimbabwe [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Dash, Indira & Sahu, A. (2023, November 21-23). Review of social media in managing disasters by timely communication [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave- 2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Ghalley, Til Bdr & Nanda, R. (2023, November 21-23). Digital transformation for inclusive development: A case study of government-to-citizen services in Bhutan [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Lhamo, Sonam & Dash, B. B. (2023, November 21-23). The political economy of media in Bhutan: Examining the interplay of media ownership, government influence and public discourse [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Mishra, Ajaya Kumar & Panda, R. K. (2023, November 21-23). Folklore and cinema: Tracing the adaptation of Laxmi Purana in regional (Odia) cinemas of India [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Rai, Yakup & Nanda, R. (2023, November 21-23). Role of social media in shaping public opinion: A case study of Bhutan Broadcasting Service Facebook posts [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Tripathy, Prathama Pulak & Panda, R. K. (2023, November 21-23). Content analysis of coverage of development news in the front pages of Bhubaneswar edition of three leading Odia dailies [Paper presentation]. 7th National Media Conclave-2023, Institute of Media Studies, Bhubaneswar.

Dicko, Modibo & Jena, A. (2023, March 28-29). Navigating communication challenges and strategies of international African students in the university: A qualitative study of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) [Paper presentation]. International Conference on The Journey of Development in India: Reflections on Economic and Communication Scenario in 75th Year of Independence, Department of Economics and Department of Journalism and Mass Conference, Central University of Orissa, Koraput.

Mpopo, Siziwe & Jena, A. (2023, March 28-29). Exploring gender and development on the Facebook pages of NGOs in Odisha, India: A critical analysis of the Centre for Youth and Social Development [Paper presentation]. International Conference on The Journey of Development in India: Reflections on Economic and Communication Scenario in 75th Year of Independence, Department of Economics and Department of Journalism and Mass Conference, Central University of Orissa, Koraput.

Dutta, Kathakali & Dash, B. B. (2023, February 19-20). Portrayal of women related issues in two leading dailies of Assam: A critical analysis of letters to the editor in 2022 [Paper presentation]. National Seminar on Multi-functions and Displacement: Woman “The Other”, Department of English, Kendrapara Autonomous College, Kendrapara.

Mpopo, Siziwe & Jena, A. (2023, February 19-20). An analysis of gender representation and displacement in the development discourse of NGOs in Odisha on Facebook [Paper presentation]. National Seminar on Multi-functions and Displacement: Woman “The Other”, Department of English, Kendrapara Autonomous College, Kendrapara.

Mishra, Tanushree. (2021, June 25-26). Graffiti of healing: Understanding the therapeutic elements in cyphering and hip-hop dance movements [Paper presentation]. International Conference on Media, Communication and Design (ICMCD-2021), Faculty of Journalism and Creative Studies, Jagaran Lake City University, Bhopal.

Besides academic classes, hands-on training and internships students are engaged in various activities such as:
Monday Morning (MM): A talk programme named “Monday Morning” invites eminent as well as emerging speakers from various fields to deliver talks and interact with students every Monday morning.
Photography Project (PP): Students develop a photography project every year as part of their continuous assessment.
PR Practice Club (PRPC): Students have formed a club to practice public relations.
Filmy Friday (FF): Students watch documentaries and parallel cinema on every Friday.

Kalpavriksha

Students practice selection of news by writing Kalpavriksha Daily in the school premises. They prepare monthly edition of their wall magazine. Selecting best stories from 3 editions, they publish one issue of lab journal quarterly.

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