The documentary was all about the great choreographer saroj khan that how she grown up what challenges she faced in her life. The documentary starts with what saroj ji has learned from her life that never depend on other do each and everything by your self. Saroj ji told under what hardship she nourished how her mother feed them. Saroj ji has only eaten bread and that oniin fitter in her young age. She told that once she was playing with her shadow her mother seen this so she take her to the doctor . doctor says she is dancing there is nothing wrong with her. He said u are going through hardship so just make her join film industry. So saroj ji join film industry and started working for her family. Saroj ji first group dance was with madhubala . At the age of 13 she become assistant of master sohanlal as at once she copied the dance grab the moves these things make saroji a expert dancer and this quality make her the assistant of mater sohanlal ji. Saroj ji choreography was so amazing in tezaab that filmfare started award for choreography and she is the first lady to recive the award. She also get many national award for her choreography. The only regret in saroj ji life is that she unable to save her daughter kuku khan. This documentary is all about the life of saroj ji how she faced hardship and how he recover from them. She is the lady of expression and she express her hardship through dance.
BMC – 1st semester
It was documentry on a female who is struggling in the city like delhi to earn livelihood for her family. she is working as a model for the students of fine art . she has to sit nude in front of them so that they can make her potrait and sketches or sculpture of her. This documentary is all about the problem that female is feeling and facing. The different part has been shown how tge society and people precive her in society. As she is working as a nude model so people think that she can have sex with others. For money she can sell her body. We cant even imagine what that lady would be facing. The problem is with the people mentality. This is not the single problem which she is facing. As she is the model for sevral people for boys and for girls as well. A boy will see that model as object only nothng else where as a girl would not treat her as an object as they know that female as much courage thn her as she is sitting nude in front of many people. This is what the attitude of people is. The lady is facing unequality as her name and a faculty name was same in collage so faculty told her to change her name. He dont want that his name and her name will remain same . he feel like his status will go down by this. The amazing fact about her life is that she is facing exclusion at a greater level. She get excluded from all thos exhibition and gallerys which is full from her potraits. She is not invited their just because she is not from an high society or she is modeling nude for them so they dont want her to enter their. For her living in a city like delhi is very hard as she is alone here and has to face many hardships. She is not as much literate so she always say is just get lost somewhere but she proudly say although she is alone but she reaches to her destination and despite of all hardships she is facing she say that i m immortal the students always remember her in future by seeing her potraits. It show that a female can face anything and thn also she find ways to stay happy.
BMC – 1st Semester
Students from BMC Department, JIMS Lajpat Nagar participated in the 9TH National Seminar on Trends in Integrated Communication on November 17, 2014 at India International Centre, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi.
The recent trends in communication are shifting the focus on to convergence and integration. Some may argue that new media has heralded a generational shift in the way print, television; advertising, public relations and marketing operate in communication industry. The practitioners from the industry feel that there is need to maintain balance for purposeful evidence based results and also the industry needs to keep pace with the fast changing environment.
The very definition of “news” is changing. Social media is adding new perspective to the traditional media model of media organizations as gate keepers of information. With the changing scenario journalists are becoming multimedia journalists. The biggest trend changer with greatest immediate effect has been with the entry of smart phones. By offering convenience through immediacy mobile phones are slowly becoming the most important source of information.
No doubt the future lies in complete integration of communication disciplines. It is also time for players in media /communication industry to sit back and reassess the strategic path for their brands and organizations.
The Seminar focussed on the following topics :
Industry Trends in Advertising, Ms. Gangotri Deb, Senior Brand Services Director, Lowe Lintas
Industry Trends in PR, Mr.Sunil Khosla, Founder, Fourth Estate, PR Agency
Industry Trends and Changing News Formats, Mr. Girish Nikam, Senior Journalist and Anchor, Rajya Sabha TV
Emergence of Social Media and Communication Network, Mr. Rajesh Priyadarshi, Digital Editor BBC Hindi
Seminars ,Workshops,Conferences are an important part of Academic Curriculim and JIMS always has prioritized the overall development of Students.
In this regard JIMS organised an IT Seminar on “Recent Trends in Information Technology” at IIC Auditorium Lodhi Road on 18-11-14. It was an informative Seminar,where eminent Guest Speakers gave a corporate exposure to our Students,and shared their experiences with the audience.
Aruna Asaf Ali was born as Aruna Ganguly on 16 July 1909 at Kalka, Punjab, British India, but now in the state of Haryana into a Bengali family. She is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National Congress flag in Bombay during the Quit India Movement, 1942. She was educated at Sacred Heart Convent in Lahore and then in Nainital. She graduated and worked as a teacher. She taught at the Gokhale Memorial School in Calcutta. She met Asaf Ali, a leader in the Congress party at Allabhad and married him in 1928, despite parental opposition on grounds of religion (she was a Brahmo while he was a Muslim) and age (a difference of more than 20 years).
She became an active member of Congress Party after marrying Asaf Ali and participated in public processions during the Salt Satyagraha.
Aruna Asaf Ali was awarded International Lenin Peace Prize for the year 1964 and the Jawaharlal Nehru award for International understanding in 1991. She was awarded India’s second highest civilian honour, the Padma Vibhushan in her lifetime in 1992, and finally the highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 1997. In 1998, a stamp commemorating her was issued. Aruna Asaf Ali Marg in New Delhi was named in her honour.
She was 87 years old at the time of her death.
Name: -Rahul Saha
Class: – BMC I Sem
Benazir Bhutto ( born June 21 1953 – died december 27 2007 ) was a the first women leader of a Muslim nation in the modern history.Benazir with charismatic personality was the scion of the powerful Bhutto and was the daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a former prime minister of Pakistan and magnetic founder of Pakistan ‘s People’s Party.She was a child of previlege and took the mantle of power from her father.After her father’s execution in 1979,during the rule of the military dictator Mohommad-Zia-Ul-Haq,Bhutto became the titular head of her father’s party and endured frequent house arrest from 1979 to 1984 .In exile from 1984 to 1986.She returned to Pakistan after lifting the martial law and soon became the formost figure in the political opposition of Zia.She became the president of Pakistan in two consecutive terms in form of coliation government.She wanted to repeal Hudood Ordinance and Zina as well as the Pakistan’s semi presidential system into parliamentary system.She wanted to bring modernization in the Islamic State of Pakistan which some conservatives regarded as westernization.She gained the title iron lady from India.Bhutto wanted to create healthy and warmer relations with India and did many efforts to do so .After becoming PM, she took many measures for pakistan’s economy, national security and implemented socio-capitalist policies for industrial growth. Bhutto was assassinated in december in an attack while campaigning for upcoming elections.
BMC – III
JIMS Lajpat Nagar organised the Annual Sports Day on 15 November 2014. The semifinals were held on 12 November between various campuses and the qualifying teams met on 15th for the finals. Students took part in Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Badminton and Table Tennis. Even the staff donned their caps and competed in categories like Badminton and Table Tennis.
The day ended with the chairman sir distributing the prizes amongst the winners and runner ups from all campuses.
JIMS Lajpat Nagar organized a blood donation camp on 21 October, 2014. Like every year, students and faculty donated blood with zeal and vigour. They were handed refreshments post donation and were given tips to relax and refresh after donation. The camp like always, was an yearly occasion uniting faculty and staff together for this social cause.
BMC III sem and V sem students attended a workshop on documentary writing conducted by Saurabh Kumar on 17 October, 2014. Mr. Kumar showed a few clips from famous documentaries and spoke about documentaries as a genre. He interacted with students and taught them how to write effectively for documentaries.
BMC third year students participated in a camera and light workshop on 21 October, 2014. It was conducted in the studio by Ms. Sonali Srivastav.The students learnt how to light up for a studio news broadcast and handle Sony VX1000 cameras. The day ended with each student recording a piece to camera and anchoring as well.
The Inter Campus Presentation Competition was held on 16/10/2014. Various teams from all the JIMS campuses participated in the competition. Sushmita Raya Promu and Gaurav Arya from Vasant Kunj bagged the first position whereas Shreya and Umra from Lajpat Nagar Campus were declared the runner ups.