Use of Camera should be for social welfare too: Shreepal Shaktawat

Use of Camera should be for social welfare too: Shreepal Shaktawat

The Journalism department of Mohal Lal Sukhadia University organized a program for their students on Sunday at their college premises. Senior Journalist, Shreepal Shaktawat interacted with students of journalism and shared his experiences.

 

Use of Camera should be for social welfare too: Shreepal Shaktawat

The Journalism department of Mohal Lal Sukhadia University organized a program for their students on Sunday at their college premises. Senior Journalist, Shreepal Shaktawat interacted with students of journalism and shared his experiences.

He said that, there is no substitute to hard work, and only by hardwork, a journalist will be able to become the part of the fourth pillar of democracy, i.e. journalism.

The field of journalism is ever expanding and has become more influential than ever. Moreover, our voice can reach more and more people through blogging and social network.

Use of Camera should be for social welfare too: Shreepal ShaktawatWhile referring to Amir Khan’s show Satyamev Jayate, he said, “I was the first guest of Amir’s show, after my sting operation on female feticide and later the news coverage on the issue has brought down the cases of this crime. Amir Khan invited me on his show and told me, “I am the on-screen hero, but you are the real hero behind the screen.”

On the request of Shreepal Shaktawat, Amir came to Jaipur and met Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister, Rajasthan to curb female feticide cases.

Answering the students, Shreepal Shaktawat said, “Journalism is a very responsible profession, it is full of challenges and one faces difficulties at every step. A real journalist should still move further defeating all the difficulties in his way.”

On the present standard of electronic media he said, “Coming out of the incidents of snakes and ghosts, the journalists should use their camera also for social welfare, so that the poor, dalits and the marginalized classes can re-gain their rights.

Shaktawat was welcomed by Dr. Kunjan Acharya, In charge, Journalism department.

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