To train up to 75 students at a time. The enrolments for professionals from across the country will start soon
April 18, 2012:
Dainik Bhaskar group has launched 'Bhaskar School of Media Education' which will work under able leadership of Jyoti Agarwal. The curriculum has been designed to meet the need of the hour and keeping the world wide demands of the media industry in future.
Dainik Bhaskar School of Media Education has tied up with global leaders in training, Dale Carnegie Training Consultants, to adapt and create the training programs in identified areas. Dale Carnegie is a renowned US based Training company conducting training programs world-wide for over 100 years.
The modular curriculum is designed to strengthen across areas that will give the person personal and professional advantage. Interactive sessions are planned for functional skills, capability enhancement programs and soft skills. The participants will be updated on latest global trends, technological advancements, advanced photography techniques that will open new vistas for development through refresher programs across different verticals in media.
Commenting on this new initiative and launch Sudhir Agarwal, Managing Director,
Dainik Bhaskar Group, said, “This is a first of a kind initiative by a media group to partner with Dale
Carnegie – a world leader in enabling businesses to enhance performance and increase knowledge by imparting highly resourceful training and consulting services. We are delighted to join hands with the best in the training industry. This endeavor is an extension of Bhaskar's vision to drive socio-economic change as the largest print media group and to help develop professionals attuned to the latest trends in media systems, processes and values. We aim to offer challenging careers and training modules in media to aspiring youths in the country.”
Every participant will have to undergo a rigorous training program to experience a real transformation and to earn 'Dainik Bhaskar – Dale Carnegie Training Certificate'. This state –of –the-art residential academy is planned to simultaneously train up to 75 students at a time. The enrolments for professionals from across the country will start soon.