Urdu journalism training for madarsa pass-outs
Lucknow: To make Urdu a language of mass
communication, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Madarsa Education
has started Urdu journalism training for madarsa pass-outs.
Noting that Hindi and English journalism have
sufficiently developed, Madrasa registrar Javed Aslam said
sufficient attention has not been paid to Urdu Journalism.
"We are giving Urdu journalism training to Alim and
Kamil (12th) pass outs. The course has witnessed an
encouraging response with over 110 students, mostly from
madarsas enrolling in the first batch", he said.
"It is necessary that the students who are studying
Urdu, be given training of Urdu Journalism so that the
language is developed and possibility of employment for youths
is also created", the Madarsa registrar said.
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