Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME), Delhi, is a premiere institute affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, and approved by Bar Council of India. DME comprises three schools of Journalism and Mass Communication, Law and Management Studies, and offers four academic programmes, B.A.LL.B & B.B.A. LLB, B. A. in Journalism & Mass Communication and B.B.A.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU)

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is a state university which focuses on professional education. The university has made rapid growth since its inception in 1998, and has been graded A by NAAC. It is a teaching and affiliating university with 12 schools on the campus and more than 100 affiliated institutions in Delhi and NCR. GGSIPU has received the Platinum Technology Award for quality and excellence in the field of education, in Geneva, Switzerland.

Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME)

DME with its focus on quality education is considered one of the top institutions of GGS IP University. It has a sprawling campus spread in Regal British style building in Sector 62 of Noida. We extend first grade infrastructure with strong academic facilities to provide a dynamic and clinical grounding for success. It has been our endeavour at DME to constantly provide a learning atmosphere to students through various curricular and co-curricular activities.

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

At DME, every department conducts seminars, conferences, workshops and special lectures throughout the year. Department of Journalism and Mass Communication focuses on the grooming of students and the faculty by organising various activities. The department conducts special lectures of eminent media personalities every month as part of B G Verghese Special Lecture Series. From the coming year, we are adding a new activity to our academic calendar i.e. International Conference on India and Changing Aspects of News – ICAN 2018 scheduled for three days i.e. March 9, 10 and 11, 2018.

We call upon you to participate in this conference and contribute by writing a paper for us. We will be happy to host you for the presentation of your paper in our technical sessions. We will publish all the papers in three to four volumes with ISBN and you will be happy to see your paper published at the outset of the conference.

You are requested to spread the word about the conference so as to benefit more number of academicians, researchers, industry professionals, research scholars and students. Papers can be written on any of 30 sub-themes suggested by us, though the list provided by us is not exhaustive. Papers can also be written and presented in Hindi.

Additionally, we will take you around places of historical importance in Delhi. We extend this lucrative offer to outstation delegates of the conference.

Further details of the conference are available in the brochure attached with this mail.

We are waiting to welcome you in the conference. Please oblige.

For any query you can call the Conference Co-Conveners.

Regards

Prof. (Dr.) Susmita Bala

Conference Convenor &

Head of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, DME

Co-Conveners:

Mr. Atul Arora: 91-9810609062

Dr. Ramani Swarna: 91-8527149777

Ms. Manmeet Kaur: 91-9999885825

Ms. Neelam Nanda: 91-9911417976

Ms. Divya Rastogi: 91-9899566095

Website: www.dme.ac.in

Email: ican@dme.ac.in

International Media Conference

India and Changing Aspects of News – ICAN 2018

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME)

March 9 (Friday), 10 (Saturday) and 11 (Sunday)

ICAN 2018: Technical Session

Friday March 9 [11.30 a m – 1 p m]
Technical Session 1: Development Issues and Role of Media

  1. Role of All India Radio Guwahati in agricultural development of Kamrup ( Metro) in Assam by Malabika Kalita, Gauhati University
  2. Development message dissemination and media: An overview of challenges and implications of mass media in 21st Century by Dhiraj Shukla, Uttarakhand Sanskrit University Haridwar
  3. Social makeover of rural India through radio programmes: A study by Dr. Amit Channa and Dr. Sunil Kumar Mishra, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGS IP University, Delhi
  4. Health awareness and treatment through digital media: A case study on Ayurveda by Anuradha Mishra, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGS IP University, Delhi
  5. Development Communication: ‘Kalyani’ making of a revolution Madhushree Dasgupta Chatterjee, freelance scholar, New Delhi
  6. छत्‍तीसगढ़ की ग्रामीण पत्रकारिता : संघर्ष और संवेदनशीलता, डॉ. सर्वेश दत्‍त त्रिपाठी, यूनीवर्सिटी स्‍कूल ऑफ मास कम्‍युनिकेशन, गुरु गोबिंद सिंह इंद्रप्रस्‍थ विश्‍वविद्यालय, दिल्‍ली

Friday March 9 [11.30 a m – 1 p m]
Technical Session 2: Issues of Women and Children in News

  1. Cyberfeminism- Feminist communities building online for women empowerment by Gayatri Rai, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur
  2. Globalisation, gender and media: A study of portrayal of women in news in India by Bharti Chhibber, University of Delhi
  3. Parental perception of the news based advertisements on child development: A study on greater Guwahati by Minakshi Sarmah from Gauhati University
  4. Media sensitization to child rights: Child marriage violation to human right by Priya Khanna, GGDSD College, Chandigarh
  5. Usages of television by children: A survey based study by Parul Malhotra, JIMS Rohini
  6. SunitaGamit: Case study on women empowerment by Utpal Bhatt, Research scholar, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad

Friday March 9 [3 p m – 4.30 p m]
Technical Session 3: Ethical Paradigms in Journalism

  1. National and global perspective of ethics in news by Akshara Grover and Sudhanshu Gupta, Symbiosis Law School, Noida
  2. Ethics in news and its consequences by Ramendra Nath Vermra, Noida International University, Gautam Buddha Nagar
  3. Deconstructing ethics in journalism: How Indian media is neglecting social responsibility? by Sutikshya Mallick, School of Broadcasting and Communication, Mumbai
  4. News – A multifaceted of culture and ethics in different paradigms by Meetu Bhatia Kapoor, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGS IP University, Delhi
  5. Media and ethics: An analysis Shweta Rathore, Galgotia University, Gautam Buddha Nagar
  6. Changing aspects of media ethics in modern Indian journalism with reference to “Guilt by Reference” by Dr. Parul Mehra, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  7. Ethics of Sting Operations in News Media by Ms. Sanchita Chakraborty, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  8. समाचारों में नैतिकता, रमा सोलंकी, शोधार्थी, हिमगिरि ज़ी यूनीवर्सिटी, देहरादून
  9. पाक उर्दू समाचारपत्रों का अंतर्वस्‍तु विश्‍लेषण (संदर्भ : उरी हमले के उपरांत), एस.बी. खान, शोधार्थी, माखनलाल चतुर्वेदी राष्‍ट्रीय पत्रकारिता एवं संचार विश्‍वविद्यालय, भोपाल

Friday March 9 [3 p m – 4.30 p m]
Technical Session 4: Issues of Nationalism and Ethnicity in News

  1. Religion and secularism in news by Amanullah, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi
  2. Portrayal of Muslims in Bollywood movies: A case study on selective movies by Navpreet Kaur, University Institute of Media Studies, Chandigarh University
  3. Cultural nationalism : Discourse analysis of news channels by Akriti Anand, India Today Media Institute, Noida
  4. Communal colour in reporting crime and violence: A study of media in India by Hemant Kaushik, Research Scholar, K. R.Mangalam University, Gurugram
  5. Narendra Modi’s heroic representation on Ananda BazarPatrika’s front page: Context of National Election 2014 by Rajib Nandy, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
  6. Media reporting on efforts by Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma for resolution of Kashmir imbroglio: A content analysis of major national English dailies by Sheetal Razdan, K.R. Mangalam University, Gurugram
  7. Religion and secularism in news: A content analysis by Shabnam Shahin, Gauhati University
  8. धार्मिक पत्रकारिता के संदर्भ में समाचारपत्रों का प्रबंधात्‍मक अध्‍ययन, आशुतोष कुमार दूबे, देव संस्‍कृति विश्‍वविद्यालय, हरिद्वार

Friday March 9 [3 p m – 4.30 p m]
Technical Session 5: Extent and Impact of Social Media

  1. Instagram and twitter new age news disseminators by Sukriti Bahuguna, Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Jalandhar
  2. Is social media (Twitter) spoiling the values of news? by Dilip Kumar, Lingaya’s Lalita Devi Institute of Management & Sciences, GGSIP University
  3. Social media use and perception among women professionals by Radhe Krishan, CCRAS, Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India
  4. Impact and influence of social media on news landscape by Divya Kapoor, PR and communication professional, London
  5. Online shopping: impact of social media adverting in rural areas by Sehba Ali, Media Educator, Moradabad
  6. Social media and Hashtag activism by Manash Goswami, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak
  7. Social media – the great movement mobilizer by Yashasvika Yadav and Ayushi Sachdeva, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), New Delhi
  8. Representation of bankers on Twitter and DainikJagran post-demonetization by Mohit Kumar, Delhi Metropolitan Education, and Anjali Garg and S.B. Khan, Research Scholars, Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal
  9. युवा सोशल मीडिया यूजर्स की सामाजिक बदलाव में भूमिका, सुमित कुमार पांडे, शोधार्थी, महात्‍मा गांधी काशी विद्यापीठ, वाराणसी
  10. युवाओं का सोशल मीडिया में बढ़ता रुझान : एक अध्‍ययन, राहुल जोशी, दिल्‍ली मेट्रोपॉलिटन एडुकेशन, नॉएडा

Saturday March 10 [9 a m – 10.30 a m]
Technical Session 6: News and Entertainment on Digital Platform

  1. Growing popularity of digital journalism among youth by Charan Walia, Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Jalandhar
  2. Leadership and decision making ability of youth active in virtual world by Shishir Kumar Singh, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi
  3. Cybercrime and its perception among university students by Raghavendra Mishra, Assam University
  4. Rise of digital journalism in India by Ms. Pallavi Khurana, Research Scholar, United States
  5. Web series content and its acceptance among youth: A case study research based on 4 web series by Ms. Neelam Nanda, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida[GGS IP University, Delhi]
  6. वेब मीडिया में आध्‍यात्मिक सामग्री का बढ़ता दायरा : एक अध्‍ययन,डॉ. सुखनंदन सिंह, प्रोफेसर एवं विभागाध्‍यक्ष, देव संस्‍कृति विश्‍वविद्यालय, हरिद्वार
  7. डिजिटल दुनिया में फर्जी खबरों का बढ़ता दायरा, कमल पंत, स्‍वतंत्र पत्रकार एवं शिक्षक, पिथौरागढ़

Saturday March 10 [9 a m – 10.30 a m]
Technical Session 7: Issues of Internal – External Security in News

  1. Embedded journalism in India: a study of media military relationship during and after Kargil conflict by Shruti Kapoor, freelance media professional, Dehradun
  2. Qualitative analysis of news coverage of Doklam standoff by major Indian English dailies by Mahendra Pal Singh and Chittaranjan Deori, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar
  3. Online media and international relations: A comparative analysis of news stories on Doklam standoff on news websites Doordarshan and People’s Daily by Baninder Rahi and Mr. Sarthak Kathayat from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGS IP University, Delhi
  4. Fishing in troubled waters: Media framing of India-Sri Lanka fishermen issue by Francis P. Barcla and Naveen Vetrivel, Central​ ​University​ ​of​ ​Tamil​ ​Nadu, ​Thiruvarur
  5. Role of mass media in creating awareness to overcome Naxal menace in Jharkhand by Narmadesh Chandra Pathak, Arka Jain University, Jamshedpur
  6. Journalism in Kashmir: A profession under pressure by Iram Rizvi, Osmania University, Hyderabad
  7. Violence against journalists: A case study of killings of journalists in India by Charu Chandra Pathak and Shikha Sharma, R. Mangalam University, Gurugram
  8. खोजी पत्रकारिता आधारित समाचार : हाल के वर्षों में बदला स्‍वरूप और चुनौतियां, कंचन रस्‍तोगी, वेब मीडिया में कार्यरत, दिल्‍ली
  9. खोजी पत्रकारिता : समाचार प्राप्ति की एक महत्‍वपूर्ण विधा, डॉ. विनोद कुमार पांडे, प्रोफेसर एवं विभागाध्‍यक्ष, गुजरात विद्यापीठ, अहमदाबाद

Saturday March 10 [10.30 a m – 12 Noon]
Technical Session 8: Fake News, Paid News and Yellow Journalism

  1. Fake News in the Post-Truth Era : A study by Nehal Solanki and Sachin Kumar Jha, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), New Delhi
  2. Understanding fake news: Reasons and effects by Suruchi Shirish, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University
  3. Yellow journalism plagues India’s freedom of speech and expression by Ms. Priyanka Bisht, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), New Delhi
  4. Yellow Journalism by Harjeet Singh Kukreja, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  5. Paid media: an entrenched disease in India by Ms. Shivani Jain and Bhavya Srivastava, Amity Law school, Noida
  6. Paid news and media industry: Dynamics and status by Rahul Joshi, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  7. Sensational news: An evolutionary perspective by Jagriti Basera and Shopita Khurana, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), GGS IP University, New Delhi
  8. Sensational news and TRP with special reference to Hindi news channels by Devashish Tandon, Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education, GGS IP University, New Delhi
  9. Studying negative news in media by Shishir Prashant, Business Standard, Dehradun
  10. पेड न्‍यूज़ : लोकतंत्र के लिए चुनौती, गीता यादव, शोधार्थी, गुरु गोबिंद सिंह इंद्रप्रस्‍थ विश्‍वविद्यालय, दिल्‍ली
  11. भारतीय मीडिया कापेड न्‍यूज़ के संदर्भ में राजनीतिक क्षेत्र में अध्‍ययन, रीटा शर्मा, छात्र, भारतीय विद्या भवन, नई दिल्‍ली
  12. भारतीय मीडिया : एक्टिविज्‍म से पपारात्‍ज़ी तक, डॉ. रचना शर्मा, लेडी श्रीराम कॉलेज, दिल्‍ली विश्‍वविद्यालय
  13. फेक न्‍यूज़ और सामाजिक प्रभाव, सुमन, मोतीलाल नेहरू कॉलेज (सांध्‍य), दिल्‍ली विश्‍वविद्यालय

Saturday March 10 [10.30 a m – 12 Noon]
Technical Session 9: Media Trial and Press Freedom

  1. Media Trial: Coverage or curb-age by Ritika Saxena and Dr. Kumar Rajyavardhan, K.R. Mangalam University, Gurugram
  2. Media Trials and its impacts on society by Samriddhi Srivastav, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGS IP University, Delhi]
  3. Evaluating power and menace of trials in Indian media: Methods for enforcing regulations by Samreen Faiz and Anwar Faiz, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  4. Media Trial in criminal cases by Dr. Archana Chawla, Guru Nanak Dev University,Amritsar
  5. Impact of media trials on public perception for a subjudice case by Richa Kashyap, Content Consultant, OpsHub Inc.
  6. Trial by media: Detrimental to fair trial and journalistic ethics by Ravleen Kaur Kohli, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), GGS IP University, New Delhi
  7. Freedom of Expression and Reasonable Restrictions by Rachna Sharma, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University
  8. Freedom of Speech and Expression and Freedom of Press in India by Kush Kalra, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGS IP University, Delhi]
  9. Trails by media: A special reference to Ruchika Girhotra molestation case by Manmeet Kaur, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  10. मानहानि समाचार : भारतीय कानून के विशेष संदर्भ के साथ, निशा, छात्र, कैम्‍पस लॉ सेंटर, दिल्‍ली विश्‍वविद्यालय
  11. मीडिया ट्रायल : एक विश्‍लेषण, डॉ. गजेंद्र प्रताप सिंह, प्रधान संपादक, दैनिक सरोकार, ललितपुर
  12. न्‍यायिक व्‍याख्‍याओं के आधार पर निजता के अधिकार की संवैधानिक स्थिति, डॉ. अम्‍बरीष सक्‍सेना, एकेडेमिक हेड, जेड.आई.एम.ए., नॉएडा, एवं डॉ. सुस्मिता बाला, विभागाध्‍यक्ष, दिल्‍ली मेट्रोपॉलिटन एडुकेशन, नॉएडा

Saturday March 10 [12 Noon – 1.30 p m]
Technical Session 10: Changing Trends and Practices in Journalism

  1. Professionalism in Journalism and indicators and indicators to assess it by Dr. Nirmala Mani Adhikary, Kathmandu University, Nepal
  2. Infotainment News: A perceived erosion of journalistic standards impact on print media by Ritika Puri, Conceptree PR Agency, Dehradun
  3. Importance of socio-journalism and its effect on journalistic practices in Jharkhand by Ramesh Chandra Pathak, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur
  4. Advertorials : Need , significance and usage by Swati Singh, Paramin Advertising & Marketing Associates, New Delhi
  5. A comparative study on Advertorial and Advertisement with reference to Times of India newspaper by Divya Rastogi, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  6. Corporate news through the lens of journalists by Nehha Deepak Choudhary, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, New Delhi
  7. India’s science communication and journalism: Issues and challenges by Ruchi Singh Gaur, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur
  8. Extent and types of anonymous sources: A study of newspapers of various circulation, sizes and languages by Divya Jyoti Randev, School of Communication Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh
  9. Reporting Parliament in News by Manav Saini, Senior content writer, New Delhi
  10. Usage of memes for political communication by Ms. Priyanka Ramesh and Sahil Dhall, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), GGSIP University, New Delhi
  11. टी.वी. समाचारों में रिक्रिएशन : जरूरत और जोखिम, विजय शर्मा, वरिष्‍ठ पत्रकार एवं शोधार्थी, मेवाड़ विश्‍वविद्यालय, चित्‍तौड़गढ़
  12. गुजरात विधानसभा चुनाव 2017 : दो राष्‍ट्रीय समाचारपत्रों का विषयवस्‍तु विश्‍लेषण, आदित्‍य ओझा एवं डॉ. राजेश अग्रवाल, मधुबाला इंस्‍टीट्यूट ऑफ कम्‍युनिकेशन एंड इलेक्‍ट्रॉनिक मीडिया, नई दिल्ली
  13. मीडिया रिपोर्टिंग : नया दौर, नई चुनौतियां, नए खतरे, डॉ. कपिल शर्मा, चैनल हेड, न्‍यूज़ नेशन, उ.प्र., एवं हेमंत कौशिक, शोधार्थी, के.आर. मंगलम विश्‍वविद्यलय, गुरुग्राम
  14. स्टिंग ऑपरेशन व फोन टैपिंग के कानूनी व नैतिक आयामों का अध्‍ययन, चारु चंद्र पाठक, के.आर. मंगलम विश्‍वविद्यालय, गुरुग्राम

Saturday March 10 [12 Noon – 1.30 p m]
Technical Session 11: Message Dissemination across Media Platforms

  1. Shot by shot analysis of movie Gone Girl by Itika Roy, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGS IP University, Delhi]
  2. From Real to Reel: Cinema with message by Dr. Namarta Joshi, Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Jalandhar
  3. Media, message and source credibilities: An experimental analysis of interdependencies by Malini Srinivasan and Francis P. Barclay, Central​ ​University​ ​of​ ​Tamil​ ​Nadu, ​Thiruvarur
  4. An Empirical study: Election campaign and Effectiveness of media(Special reference to Bareilly Municipal Election 2017) by Ashish Chatterjee and Pradipta Kumar Ghosh, Invertis University, Bareilly
  5. Content analysis of Prime Time Advertisements in news channels (Context of category and endorsement of Ads) by Anjali Garg, Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal
  6. Indian consumer &advertising ethical perspective: A conclusive study by Atul Arora, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  7. Cartoons as medium of communication: Content analysis of cartoons published in four national dailies by Dr. Manasvi Maheshwari, K.R. Mangalam University, Gurugram
  8. An analytical study: Election, media and religion coverage (Special reference to Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh General Election 2017) by Utkarsh Mishra and Pradipta Kumar Ghosh, Invertis University, Bareilly
  9. Review of communication strategy for sensitizing towards occupational hazards in cement and construction industry by Shweta Saxena and Dr. M.S Parmar, Northern India Textile Research Association, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India
  10. Engage – Enable – Experience: A recipe for experiential philanthropy by Deepika Dhawan, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  11. Acceptance and popularity of VFX cinema: Reference to Bahubali 2 by Rhythm, Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida [GGSIP University, Delhi]
  12. जेलें, मीडिया और समाज, डॉ. वर्तिका नंदा, अध्‍यक्ष, पत्रकारिता विभाग, लेडी श्रीराम कॉलेज, दिल्‍ली विश्‍वविद्यालय
  13. सिनेमा और समाज में अंतर्संबंध : हिंदी सिनेमा के विशेष संदर्भ में, संध्‍या कर, शोधार्थी एवं डॉ. विनोद कुमार पांडे, विभागाध्‍यक्ष, गुजरात विद्यापीठ, अहमदाबाद
  14. हिंदी सिनेमा में गांव, राहुल कुमार, हिमाचल प्रदेश सेंट्रल यूनीवर्सिटी, धर्मशाला