Aminur Rahman Shanto, JU : The reception of 36th JUJA executive body and farewell programme of outgoing members of the country’s oldest campus reporters’ organisation Jahangirangar University Journalist’s Association (JUJA) held at the seminar room of Zahir Raihan auditorium on campus today.
The Chairman of University Grand Commission (UGC) Professor Abdul Mannan attended the programme as chief guest while JUJA president Moudud Ahmmed Sujan was in the chair.
UGC Chairman Abdul Manna said, ‘Journalism is a challenging profession. So, journalists have to commit to their profession’.
Addressing the Jahangirangar University (JU) reporters of different online and print media, UGC Chairman said ‘Journalism on campus level is very sensitive. False, baseless and unfounded news spoil the image of an institution. So, the journalists should be more careful to file news’.
Among others, JU Vice Chancellor and the Patron-in-Chief of JUJA Professor Farzana Islam, Pro VC Prof. Abul Hossain, Treasurer Prof. Abul Kahir, Editor of BanikBarta Dewan Hanif Mahmud, JUJA Advisor Professor Shahedur Rashid and the president of JUJA Alumni Association Shahidul Haque Manju also spoke at the programme as special guest.
At the ending hour, UGC chairman Professor Abdul Mannan distributed the prize money and certificates of ‘Best Journalist of the year’ awards among the winner journalists.
In this year, Belal Hossain Rahat of Alokito Bangladesh, Diderul Haque of Banik Barta and Nur Alam Himel of banglanews24.com were awarded as the ‘Best Journalist of the year’ for their best reports on different issues in campus.
Leaders of different political, social and cultural organisations including the general students from different departments and institutes attended the programme among others.