Trainers’ training on journalism ends
Himalayan News Service
Kathmandu, February 27:
A one-week-long training for trainers on journalism conducted by the Association of Nepalese Indigenous/Nationalities Journalists (ANIJ) concluded today.
Some two dozen journalists media participated in the training that focused on methods of providing orientation to junior journalists. Journalists from Kathmandu and other districts took part in the training supported by the Janajati Empowerment Project.
Addressing the programme ANIJ president Chandra Singh Kulung said that the training would help in production of more capable journalists who would not only follow professional journalism but also raise issues related with indigenous and nationalities of the countries. Trainer Pushkar Bhakta Mathema shared technical knowledge related with the methodology of training and Chun Bahadur Gurung highlighted how journalists can raise indigenous issues, without forgetting professionalism.
Also sharing their knowledge were Dr Krishna Bahadur Bhattachan, Dr Santa Bahadur Gurung and Dr Chaitanya Subba.