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Students form 'Mass Communication Society of Barak Valley'

SILCHAR, Nov 7: When the government has been laying stress on the vocational courses in the country, 'Mass Communication' is yet to be introduced as a regular sanctioned department in all the colleges under Assam University.
Though the subject has been introduced at post graduationlevel in the Varsity 16 years back, the colleges are yet to start it. In Barak Valley, only two colleges-Women's College in Silchar and Rabindra Sadan Girls' College in Karimganj have the subject.
With a view to put forward this legitimate demand to introduce the subject at undergraduate level, the former and present students of Mass Communication todayformed 'Mass Communication Society of Barak Valley'.
The Society will reach out to the colleges of the Valley and will put forward their demand to introduce the subject. If the subject gets introduced, hundreds of Mass Communication passed out students will see a ray of hope of being employed in the Valley.
Every year, students of Mass Communication have been passing out with flying colours, but maximum of them remains unemployed. Inorder to get job, they have to go out in the places like Delhi,Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata. But, this is not possible for all the students to go out due to different constraints.
Instead of having the demandfor the subjects among the students, the college authorities are not paying any importance in the issue, said a member of the Society. The Society will also carry outa poll among the students to see the popularity of the subject at the college level. (SentinelAssam)

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