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Press Institute of India workshop in New Delhi today

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Press Institute of India workshop in New Delhi today

Press Institute of India and Research Institute for Newspaper Development (RIND) are jointly organizing a workshop on photo journalism in New Delhi today.

The two-day workshop that follows the similar workshop held in Chennai on November 25, 26 is targeted at editors, publishers, design editor, photo editor, sub-editor, photographer and designers.

The workshop is been conducted by Shyam Tekwani, Asst. Professor of School of Comunication and Information at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Tekwani who teaches photojournalism, conflict reporting and web designing is currently chairperson of National Selection Committee for World Press Photo of Amsterdam.

The hands n workshop, which will have discussions and personal coaching, will focus on the growing significance of photojournalism in today’s high-tech world of colourful smart age newspapers.


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