Sandeep Marwah Chair Hindi Journalism Day on 30th May

New Delhi: The Hindi Journalism Day (Hindi Patrakarita Diwas ) is celebrated every year on May 30 in India to mark the beginning to journalism in Hindi language. This time Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of International Journalism Centre Chair the event designed by RJS Media on web.

“On this date, in 1826, the first Hindi-language newspaper of India “Udant Martand” was published from Calcutta by Pt. Jugal Kishore Shukla. Though, due to financial problems, the newspaper couldn’t publish for long. In 2016, the Hindi Journalism has completed its 190 years in India,” informed U.K. Manna senior journalist Secretary of the organization.

“All praise goes to all those journalists who all are putting their best from print, radio and television departments, in this dangerous time of Corona Virus and informing the country with best of the information possible. They deserve a lot of appreciation and we all must extend our best wishes for their good health,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah.

The country is going though the pain and agony because of Covid 19, I am sure a new guide to humanity will soon transpired out of this distress situation the way Geeta was generated after Mahabharat,” added Dr. Marwah also Chancellor of AAFT University of Media An Arts.

The political, social and economical condition of the country is not upto the mark. The subsidies granted by Government does not include any help and support to media persons and small newspapers. Our sufferings are larger than any other medium and industry,” expressed senior journalist Arvind Kumar Singh from Rajya Sabha Television.

“We have to be confident of our caliber. Our experience will support us and I am sure every thing will revive back after a year or so. We have to bear the pain for one more year,” said Onkeshwar Pandey a well-known Senior Journalist from New Delhi.

Dr. Sunil Mittal renowned psychologist very explained the current situation and its effect on mind and body. He requested all the journalist to have patience and take care health and try to keep themselves busy with creative and constructive work.

Aditi Tondon and many others also expressed their views during the session. RJS announced Achievement Award for the main speakers of the Webinar. The journalists from all over India attended the event.

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