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Media schols in Pakistan

The South Asian Media School (SAMS) in Lahore, Pakistan will commence a new training course for journalists from January 14.

This is the second such course to be implemented by SAMS and will cater to media graduates with two-three years experience to improve professional standards in the media in the region.

The course includes technical aspects of print, radio and television production as well as journalism skills and knowledge.

The course is being conducted in English. Three scholarships are offered to Sri Lankan journalists - one each from print, radio and TV - but applicants are expected to cover their travel costs to and from Pakistan.

Journalists who wish to apply should send their resumes to [email protected] or fax to 2684557 together with a one page write-up (800 words) on how this training programme will help develop professionally and better understand the South Asian region, as well as an example of one’s work.

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