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  Poster Competition | Social Problems in India ||  Student and Faculty viewpoints

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F.Y.B.A.M.M.C’ s POSTER MAKING ACTIVITY | A Student's viewpoint

 

August 8th, 2019 was a special day for the students of the F.Y.B.M.M batch. Under the guidance of our Faculty –Mrs. Joulyn Kenny, students made their very first in-class presentation as part of their Foundation Course syllabus. This assignment required students to shed light on the social problems that our country is battling with.

Students were to choose from a variety of topics: Substance Abuse, HIV/AIDS, Problems of the Elderly, Issue of Child Labour, Child Abuse, and Trafficking of Women. They were given the liberty to work individually or in groups. Presentations were made with the help of a poster and students elaborated on the information provided on the same.

Everyone’s energy was palpable! Students treated their topics with utmost sensitivity and prepared terrific posters carrying all the important information regarding their topics. They left no stone unturned in putting across all the information regarding the rise and existence of their selected social issue. Although many of the groups and individual participants shared a common topic, each chart was uniquely expressive of the issue it was based on. Many students were encouraged to take up a certain topic due to a personal experience attached to it. Graphs, statistics, handmade illustrations and even the colours of the poster was meticulously chosen to suit the chosen topic. Each student spoke earnestly and engaged their audience to help them understand better.

The morning was filled with students educating one another on the issues our country is grappling with and the various ways in which we can overcome them. Each presentation left the class with some food for thought and helped them be more informed about the plight of various social issues of our country.

 

Contributor : Saloni Sharma ( Pursing her FYBAMMC studies at SPICEFW)

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F.Y.B.A.M.M.C’ s POSTER MAKING ACTIVITY | Faculty's viewpoint

The students of FYBAMMC (First Year Bachelor of Arts in Media and Mass Communication) as part of their Subject-Foundation Course, took part in the poster making Competition on August 8, 2019.

The Poster Competition focused on Social Problems in India.

The topics were as follows:-

a. Substance abuse- impact on youth &challenges for the future

b. HIV/AIDS- awareness, prevention, treatment

c. Problems of the elderly- causes, implications and response

d. Issue of child labor- magnitude, causes, effects and response

e. Child abuse- effects and ways to prevent

f. Trafficking of women- causes, effects and response.

All the students participated in the event and expressed their views and thoughts through Posters. The budding media students got down to business with creative ideas, statistics, pictures and comic strips to highlight the causes, effects and response to these sensitive issues.

The students also wrote creative slogans over their paintings to address the message clearly. It inspired them to think and work creatively. Each one participated earnestly in the competition. They came up with amazing creativity and their efforts and initiative was appreciated by one and all.

Contributor: 

Mrs. Joulyn Kenny ( Faculty teaching the FC1 and creating writing modules at SPICEFW)

 

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