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Arunachal govt urged to introduce Mass Comm, Psychology subject in colleges

Itanagar, Feb 23 (UNI) The Rajiv Gandhi University Research Scholars’ Forum (RGURSF), in a memorandum, on Tuesday urged Arunachal Pradesh Education Minister Taba Tedir to introduce subjects like Mass Communication and Journalism, and Psychology as an undergraduate degree course in government colleges of the state, by highlighting the importance and usage of these subjects in the education system.
A delegation of RGURSF who met them minister at the civil secretariat here on Tuesday said they have informed him about the need to include Mass Communication and Psychology as a subject in the state’s higher education curriculum.
“All over the world, there is a growing need for media education and accordingly, the same need is being felt in our state as well. Today, a child is born in a multi-media culture. One does not just rely on old means of communication for information but has access to the contemporary media as well. It is important for colleges to educate students to critically analyse the way media represents reality, so students are better prepared to build their own images, representations, and opinions," the forum said.
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