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29 February, 2020 00:00 00 AM
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Maintaining ethics of journalism stressed

BSS, Gaibandha
Maintaining ethics of journalism stressed

Speakers at a training programme held on Thursday urged the media men to maintain ethics of journalism to push forward the country towards desired development.

“Journalism is recognised as a noble and dignified profession as the brave and the sincere journalists never compromise with the evils and they always work in favour of truth for the country and its people”, they said.

They made the observations while addressing a concluding ceremony of three-daylong training on Investigative Reporting organized by Press Institute Bangladesh (PIB) at the training room of Youth Training Center (YTC) this afternoon .

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Abdul Matin addressed the function as the chief guest and Deputy Director of the Department of Youth Development Tofael Ahmed Khan and Deputy Coordinator of YTC AK Khaled were present as the special guests while junior trainer of PIB Mohammad Shah Alam was the moderator.

DC Abdul Matin in his speeches underscored the need for presenting objective and constructive news including development one to accelerate the country’s development and ensure people’s welfare and rights as well.

Journalists through their reporting could make the government aware of the problems and prospect in any field of the country and they could also identify the mistakes of the government through constructive criticism for their correction,” the DC also said.

Later, DC Abdul Matin formally distributed the certificates among the participants.

A total of 35 journalists of print and electronic media took part in the training.

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