• Fri. Dec 2nd, 2022

Awareness campaign against Child Labour by Students of CSJMC, Dibrugarh University

An awareness campaign organized by 3rd semester PR students of MA in Mass Communication, Centre For Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh University is organising an awareness campaign against child labour till 30th of November to create awareness and understanding amongst the public about the evils of child labour, where the first activity is a wall painting session which held in Thana Chariali, near Santipara railgate Dibrugarh.

 

 

It was a day long program. The purpose of the campaign was to create awareness among people and help them to understand the impacts of child labour . Aditya Kumar Chatterjee,the secretary of NGO Bal Sakha was the guest of honour in this wall painting session today. The 3rd semester PR students CSJMC,DU here particularly took the initiative to create awareness among the people through this campaign. Azmee Nasreen Rahman, Nituma Sharma, Sandipta Mazumder, Karabi Gogoi, Kaustav Kashyap, Munni Kumari Gupta, Aditya Mishra took the leadership to carry forward the campaign along with many students of DU. All total 15 students took part in the activity.

Aditya Kumar Chatterjee in his remarks said, “Child labour is a black stain of a civil society. We call everyone irrespective of caste, religion, language to come together to abolish child labour and build a protected and better civilized society for our future generation.” The program was sponsored by VINTAGE STREET CAFÉ and DU ADDA, Restaurant.

Child labour is a rising crime which forces small children to lost their childhood, stoping them from earn knowledge and their growth in every aspect i.e physically, socially and mentally. So steps like CSJMC has taken are utmost necessary.

 

About CSJMC -The Centre for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh University is one of the leading institutions of higher learning in the field of communication and media studies in India. The Centre offers a master programme: M.A in Mass Communication (MAMC) course with a provision for specialization in print, electronic, new media and public affairs. With faculty trained nationally and internationally it has been successful in carving a niche for itself in the field of Media and Communication education since its inception in 2008.Its state-of-the-art infrastructure provides the students bwith alanced inputs in both theory and practice

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