Saturday, August 10, 2019

We are the communicators, We are the Nimcjians

We are the communicators
We are the Nimcjians

Creating, Crafting and Nurturing the Oxygen of Democracy;
Developing the journalists for making a free society;
We are the communicators;
We are the NIMCJians.

Timeliness, Proximity, Possibility, Prominence, Oddity and impact through which we learn and evolve news; 
Hard and soft news always excites the news insights and by that way;
We are the communicators;
We are the Nimcjians.

Objectivity, fairness that we conceptualize in our journalism learning;
Through new media technology, techniques and 21st-century approach, we define our journalistic roles;
Now our roles have become more important than ever, therefore;
We are the communicators;
We are the NIMCJians.

Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of 5’w & 1’H are the reporting pillars; 
Observations, research, source and interviews help us to upscale our communication skills, hence; 
We are the communicators;
We are the NIMCJians

We express freely, we digitized potentially;
We realized soundly, we recognized profoundly;
We are the communicators;
We are the NIMCJians

#Jai Hind Jai Bharat

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Psychology is everywhere in human’s Life

Sharing and dissemination of orthopedic related information becomes easy with the help of using social media tools in modern 24x7 life cycle.

Human body is made by six natural elements named oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium and phosphorous. These six elements contains almost 99% and only 0.85% is composed of five elements potassium, sulphur, sodium, chlorine and magnesium.

There are 208 different types of bones a human body contains. In the left part muscles and right part bones presence and known as musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system provides support and movement to the body. In the medical science, orthopaedics is the medical treatment practice that focuses on injuries and diseases of human body. This medical practice is a complex system which consists of bones, nerves, muscles, tendons, and joints allows our body to move, work, fit and active.

Arthritis pain is most common diseases in older people and spine and limb problems are founded in at every age.    

Like other treatment procedure, the orthopaedic doctors treat problems of the musculoskeletal system that involves in chronological order Diagnosis, Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Prevention followed by treatment follow up. Orthopaedic treatment is specialized treatment are available and specialist doctors treat foot and ankle, spine, shoulder, hand, hip or knee in specific field like sports, trauma and paediatrics and some doctors founded several special areas.

New dimension in social media:
Social media uses is also popular in media field like creating facebook page, instagram, pinterest, google+, youtube and using twitter handle by medical hospital or doctor’s own clinic.
v  Some Facebook pages which disseminates different types of orthopaedic treatment, procedure and success stories:

v  Some Instagram profile pages which disseminates different types of orthopaedic treatment, procedure and success stories:

v  Some twitter handles which disseminates different types of orthopaedic treatment, procedure and success stories:

In above given reference link individual can find different types of audio, video, photo and text contents which guides person how to take care of your body in routine life. There are successful case studies related to orthopaedic treatments around the world posted by international bodies, doctors group, and patients who have successfully undergone orthopaedic treatment. Whenever you feel unfordable situation in body, advisable to consult doctors immediately and keep accessing social information and if some interesting information founded do share amongst your friends circle in social media.

Monday, August 20, 2018

भारत रत्न स्वर्गीय श्री अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी को श्रद्धांजलि

मैं अटल भी हूँ, मैं बिहारी भी हूँ|
जहाँ आवश्यकता वहाँ अटल, जहाँ जरूरत वहाँ बिहारी||
जहाँ जैसा मौका वैसे रूप में आ जाता हूँ|
मैं अटल भी हूँ, मैं बिहारी भी हूँ||

संसद की शान हैं आप|
सांसद की मान हैं आप||
माँ भारती के सच्चे सपूत हैं आप|
स्वाभाविक है, मैं अटल भी हूँ, मैं बिहारी भी हूँ||

कल आकाश, पाताल, गगन और मेघ रोया था आपके जाने से|
पूरा भारत, पूरा विश्व स्तब्ध था आपके मौन हो जाने से||
फिर आपने ही तो कहा था, क्यूँ व्यर्थ चिंतित हो, मैं यहीं था, मैं यहीं हूँ और मैं यहीं रहुँगा||
मैं अटल हूँ, मैं सत्य हूँ, मैं सबके दिलों में रहूँगा||

    ॐ शाँति अटल जी! प्रणाम 

Friday, April 27, 2018

Return of the Infidel: A Review

This is one book I would request all avid book lovers to read.

In the 28th edition of “Connecting Matter” (28CM), our Saturday event at Ahmedabad-based National Institute of Mass Communication and Journalism (NIMCJ), we had invited senior journalist-author Virendra Pandit in December 2017 to tell us all about his latest book, Return of the Infidel, released in New York in September 2017.

What really turned out for us was an hour-long enriching and stimulating experience in an ocean of knowledge. In a question-and-answer format, streamed live on Facebook, he spoke at length about the cyclical nature of human history, rise and fall of civilizations and culture. Thank you very much sir for joining in the program. Thanks are also due to my students Amar Thakkar and Shyam Sardhara for managing #Fblive.

All I would like to say is that I really felt charged up and marveled at the vast area the book covers. It not only goes into the detailed Indian history with a new perspective but also delves into the history of China and Japan, the three Asian nations that have seen revival in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Return of the Infidel dissects these nations’ history along Darwinian lines and suggests that Christianity and Islam came to them as catalysts when these Asian societies faced stagnation. Once rejuvenated, these societies bounced back on the world stage. Interestingly, these are all countries whose people worshipped more than one god (India and Japan) or were atheists who worshipped ancestors (China). The One God-worshipping Christianity and Islam called these nations infidels. And they are now returning!

Mr Pandit’s book talks about different aspects of religion, terrorism and how history often repeats itself, and that violent movements like the Crusades, Inquisitions and World Wars, and now terrorism, actually remove the deadwood from human societies.

His book also discloses how Lord Krishna became a Designer God, why Akbar the Great did not solve the Ayodhya problem, how and why Mahatma Gandhi virtually prodded M A Jinnah to demand and get Pakistan and why their contemporaries Mao Zedong and General Tojo of China and Japan, respectively, also worked with the same objective: exit of Christian and Muslim powers from the infidel lands!

It was interesting to know that his next book is about the survival of Homo sapiens and how Nature harvests our ‘surplus population’ to make the survival of the fittest possible.

Thank you so much sir for giving this opportunity to interact with you on this unusual topic.

Shashikant Bhagat, Faculty, NIMCJ, Ahmedabad.