School of Media and Communication

Lectures & Workshops

Igniting Minds Lecture Series 2016 - Lecture 3

15 March 2016

Dr.Brian Hamilton-Tweedale, Head of Department of Media Arts and Communication at Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom spoke on "The Leveson Inquiry and the ethics of the British Press", as part of Igniting Mind Lecture Series organized by the JLU School of Media & Communication.

Igniting Minds Lecture Series 2015 - Lecture 13

11 Sep 2015

On September 11, 2015, as a part of lecture series "Ignited Minds", Jagran Lakecity University's School of Media & Communication organized 'Face to Face with a Poet'; an interactive session with a young poet and writer Devanshi Khetarpal.Devanshi has a fairly impressive body of publications at a tender age of 16. Her book titled 'Welcome to Hilltop High' ublished by Indra Publishing in 2012 was followed by poetry collection, Co:ma,to'se by Partridge in 2014.

Igniting Minds Lecture Series 2015 - Lecture 10

27 March 2015

Jagran Lakecity University's School of Media and Communication invited Mr. Shashank Bengali (South Asia Correspondent, LA Times) to deliver a lecture on 'Traditional Media V/S Social Media: do they compete or complement each other'.

Film Making Workshop

23 Feb 2015

Jagran Lakecity University's School of Media and Communication welcomed internationally acclaimed wildlife film maker Mr. S. Nalla Muthu to take a workshop on "Wildlife Film Making".

Igniting Minds Lecture Series 2015- Lecture 5

6 Feb 2015

Jagran Lakecity University's School of Media and Communication organised a special motivational lecture under Igniting Minds Lecture Series by Mrs Jaya Arya (a Broadcaster, Trainer, Coordinator and a social worker). She spoke on "Goal setting and how to achieve it". She identified a multistep strategy to identify and achieve goal towards success. Mrs. Arya stressed on the need to 1) Set a specific, realistic goal, and write it down. 2) Look for ways one can break a long-term goal into short-term, smaller goals.

Igniting Minds Lecture Series 2015- Lecture 1

13 Jan 2015

Jagran Lakecity University invited renowned television journalist Bhupendra Chaubey (Consulting Editor- CNN IBN & IBN7) to deliver a lecture on 'Challenges faced by Media in Contemporary times' and 'The Importance of Digital Media'.

Clay Modeling Workshop

7 April 2014

School of Media & Communication organized a workshop on Clay Modeling where Mr. Mangesh Karandikar from University of Mumbai shared his skills on clay modeling. He guided the students and faculties on maintaining a good consistency of the clay using water and molding the mud to form shapes.

JLU Igniting Minds Lecture Series Week 16

4 April 2014

School of Media & Communicaion at Jagran Lakecity University invited Mr Brajesh Rajput a senior correspondent and Bureau Chief of ABP News, Bhopal to interact with our students on April 2, 2014. He shared his views on political scenario of Madhya Pradesh and role of TV News Media; specially ABP News. Mr. Rajput compared ABP News with other news channels in terms of content and viewership.

JLU Igniting Minds Lecture Series Week 14

3 April 2014

School of Media & Communication at Jagran Lakecity University organized a guest lecture where students and faculties interacted with Mr. Amay Khurasiya, chief coach of Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association and a former Indian cricketer. He shared his on field experiences as an international cricketer and 1999 world cup where he was a crucial part of the team.

JLU Igniting Minds Lecture Series Week 11

17 Feb 2014

School of Media & Communication Jagran Lakecity University gave a platform for its students to interact live with Police Personality; Shri Shailendra Singh Chauhan, SP Police Crime Branch, Bhopal who was invited to share his experiences regarding role of police, crime issues and related reporting of a crime scene. He also agreed to be the guest editor of our In house newspaper "COMMA"

JLU Igniting Minds Lecture Series Week 10

9 Feb 2014

The street has been a site for theatrical performances from the time human beings began to live in constructed societies. This performance involves elements of drama, folk theatre, folk music, story telling, acting, singing, dancing all pitched on the pivot of public concern, conflict, public interest, empowerment, information and entertainment.

JLU Igniting Minds Lecture Series Week 9

21 Jan 2014

A New York based writer/director/filmmaker, Paul Knox visited Jagran Lakecity University and interacted with students from School of Media and Communication. He is a master in teaching screenwriting.Mr. Knox believes that today, Indian Cinema aims at making a blockbuster where we review a film in terms of the money collection but he feels sad when he sees people walking out of the theater wondering there was no good story in the entire movie and it was such a waste of time and money.

JLU in Numbers

300+

CEOs and top professionals have interacted with students

50+

Degree Programs at UG, PG
and Research Levels

1800+

Students on campus

236+

Acres of Hi-tech Campus

90%

Faculty Members with
Ph.D Qualification

15+

Hi-tech Labs

27

International Universities and
Organisations as research partners

100+

Industry Mentors to Guide Students

250

On campus Hostel seats

5000

Research Publications & books
published in one academic year

Igniting Minds,
Changing Lives.