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Dainik Bhaskar launches school for media education

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Dainik Bhaskar launches school for media education

Dainik Bhaskar Group believes there is a gap in quality media training and education in India. To fill this gap and provide training to media professionals in the country, it has launched 'Bhaskar School of Media Education'.

The media school, launched in Bhopal, is supported by The Sanskaar Valley School. It plans to train up to 75 students at a time.

Shiv Khera, an eminent motivational guru, inaugurated the school on April 17, 2012.

The school has tied up with Dale Carnegie Training Consultants to adapt and create training programs in identified areas.

Commenting on this initiative Sudhir Agarwal, Managing Director, Dainik Bhaskar Group said, “This endeavour 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.”

'Bhaskar School of Media Education' will work under the leadership of Jyoti Agarwal, who is also the Director of Sanskar Valley. The curriculum has been designed to meet the current and future demands of the media industry.

Every participant will have to undergo a rigorous training program to earn 'Dainik Bhaskar – Dale Carnegie Training Certificate'.

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