JK News Today

Jammu, March 24: The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Jammu under the supervision of Head of the Department, Dr Garima Gupta conducted a day-long field visit to Mansar, aimed at providing students with a firsthand experience of natural surroundings, historical landmarks, and developing interactions with local communities.

The purpose of the visit was to acquaint students with the rich cultural heritage and environmental significance of Mansar, facilitating a deeper understanding of the region’s socio-cultural dynamics.

Students had the opportunity to explore the picturesque landscapes, understand the historical significance of the area, and engage in meaningful interactions with the local communities.

The visit not only provided an academic insight but also encouraged students to appreciate the cultural diversity and ecological significance of their surroundings.

Dr. Garima Gupta expressed her appreciation for the initiative, highlighting the importance of such field visits in broadening students’ perspectives and enhancing their practical understanding of journalism and mass communication in diverse settings.

“The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication remains committed to providing holistic learning experiences that blend theoretical knowledge with real-world exposure, ensuring the development of well-rounded professionals in the field,” Dr Gupta said.

Students visited historical Naag Temple, wherein the locak priest narrated the significance and history of the temple.

The students were accompanied by faculty members including Dr Pardeep Singh Bali and Dr Ravia Gupta.