We heartily welcome you to the first ever ‘National Conference on Media and Journalism’, which will be held between 21 – 22 Sept 2019 at the World Peace Dome, VishwaRaj Baug, Loni Kalbhor, Pune, India.
In order to facilitate your visit and to make it as memorable and hassle free as possible, please go through these guidelines created to ease your visit.
All registrations must be completed by 17.09.2019 at the latest.
Registration will close soon. Since this is the first National Conference on Media and Journalism, hence there is no registration fee.
The registration for this event will happen exclusively online. To register for this event, please visit
https://www.mitwpu-ncmj.com/registration and enter your relevant details on the page. Participants will get Registration Kit, meals as mentioned in the section below and Participation Certificate.
We will be providing excellent vegetarian food for all our participants. Meal vouchers for lunch and tea time will be issued at the venue against your registration.
Please refer to the following link to understand how to reach the conference venue.
Alternatively, you can ask for free transportation to the venue from MIT-WPU, Kothrud campus, Pune, when you fill out the registration form.
To understand the vision, mission and objectives of the programme, please refer to https://www.mitwpu-ncmj.com/about. This will give you a clear idea about the goals as well as viability of the conference in complete detail.
Please visit https://www.mitwpu-ncmj.com/sessions to view each day’s itinerary at the conference as well as its themes.
This event is to inform and educate about the impact of journalism in today’s media age. As such we are happy to inform you that the highlights of this event will be available on twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and on our official site. You are encouraged to share your own message and memories from the event on any of these media channels. Given below is a list of hash tags which we are using for the event.
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There will be multiple student volunteers available throughout the conference venue, on all days and at all times. Please feel free to contact them for any aid that you may require.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Participants attending the conference are required to be dressed in formal attire.
Please note that the MIT, RajBaug Campus is strictly vegetarian and has a zero tolerance policy against tobacco and alcohol products on campus.