Good Journalism Vs Bad Journalism in India, How will you decide?


Good Journalism Vs Bad Journalism in India, How will you decide?

There is a hot debate going these days on Good Journalism vs. Bad Journalism in India. The country has seen enough this year than put together in the last few decades. Bollywood Celebs and Dictatorship of the State Government seems the topic of interest of our esteemed news channels to shoot up the TRP’s.

Few topics that could have been covered, which were completely ignored in the last few pandemic months are listed below –

  • Unplanned Lockdown
  • Migrants Crisis
  • Healthcare Systems
  • Pandemic Unemployment
  • MSME Crisis
  • PM Cares
  • Rising COVID Cases
  • China Intrusion
  • Students Exams
  • GDP falls to -23.9%

The concept of “Breaking News” has been diluted to the record low. Newsrooms have transformed into courtrooms that pass judgements independent of legal judgement. I won’t call it the death of journalism, but this is a dark phase for Indian media.

On the contrary few Indians in fact have made the country proud on different occasions with their honest and sincere Journalism. The latest one being in 2019 where Mr Ravish Kumar (Senior Indian Journalist) who was awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award, which is Asia’s premier prize and highest honours that celebrates greatness of spirit and transformative leadership in Asia.

Our mission here at PrimeTime Overseas is to educate the World. Therefore, we seek your sincere support to enlighten prospective students and guide them to enrol for upcoming 2021 intake for the Journalism and Media courses in one these reputed Canadian schools highlighted below –

Fanshawe College

College Diploma – Journalism – Broadcast (BRJ1)

Graduate Certificate – Broadcast Journalism – Television News (TVN1)

Loyalist College – Belleville Campus

Advanced College Diploma – Journalism – Communications (JAAS) 

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

College Diploma – Journalism

College Diploma – Radio, Television and Broadcast News – Broadcast News

College Diploma – Radio, Television and Broadcast News – Radio

College Diploma – Radio, Television and Broadcast News – Television Production

University of Regina

Master of Journalism

Master of Arts – Media Studies

British Columbia Institute of Technology – Burnaby

College Diploma – Broadcast and Online Journalism

Seneca College – Seneca at York Campus

College Diploma – Journalism (JRN)

College Diploma – Broadcasting – Television (RTVT)

Sheridan College – Trafalgar

College Diploma – Journalism (PJRNL)

Centennial College – Story Arts Centre

Graduate Certificate – Sports Journalism (6415)

Graduate Certificate – Contemporary Journalism (6443)

Advanced College Diploma – Journalism (6402)

Okanagan College – Kelowna

College Diploma – Communications, Culture, and Journalism Studies

Conestoga College – Kitchener Downtown

College Diploma – Journalism (1171)

College of the North Atlantic – Prince Philip Drive

College Diploma – Journalism

St. Clair College – Downtown Campuses

College Diploma – Journalism (B894) – Media Plex

Holland College – Prince of Wales

College Diploma – Journalism and Communications

Ryerson University

Bachelor of Journalism – Journalism

Wilfrid Laurier University – Brantford

Bachelor of Arts – Digital Media and Journalism (UVQ)

Trent University – Durham GTA

College Diploma – Journalism-Mass Media & Bachelor of Arts – Media Studies – Creative Writing (RCL)

University of Prince Edward Island

Bachelor of Applied Arts – Journalism

Thompson Rivers University

Bachelor of Journalism

MacEwan University

Bachelor of Communication Studies – Journalism

Vancouver Island University

Bachelor of Arts – Creative Writing and Journalism

St. Thomas University (CAN)

Bachelor of Arts – Journalism

Take Away – Ratings don’t last but Good Journalism does.

Roses are Red
Violets are Blue
Let’s smash Bad Journalism
Me and You!

Cheers!! Have a lucrative day ahead.


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