NSoJ Gets Back To Work Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

National School of Journalism resumes programmes online five days into the Covid-19 lockdown


We are pleased to announce that National School of Journalism and Public Discourse (NSoJ) resumed classes (online) for all undergraduate programmes today (30 March 2020) while our postgraduate students are undergoing practical training in various news organizations.

We have been able to use technology effectively to seamlessly run our programmes and stick to our full pre-lockdown schedule and timetable, including live lectures, student interactions, classwork, seminars and assignments. We are also continuing to produce ground-breaking original stories on our news website, The Tannoy, on the evolving COVID-19 situation.

We are thankful to be able to continue our mission of training a generation of ethical journalists who care about justice, truth and democracy. These are values that are more relevant than ever during this period of fear, public health concerns, economic distress and social displacement.

All stories that are reported, edited and published on this platform are original, produced by the students and faculty of National School of Journalism, sometimes contributed by guest faculty and speakers. If you would like to contribute, please email us at tannoy@nsoj.in NSoJ is a news organisation and a highly-selective Journalism school that trains India’s best journalistic talents to become ethical journalists who care deeply about truth, justice and democracy. If you are passionate about journalism and care about the core values of journalism as we do, please apply for a place in one of NSoJ’s programmes - Bachelor of Arts or PG Diploma in Journalism at www.nsoj.in.