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Establishment of Visual Journalism Institute at Bangalore by Nagesh Polali

Published On : 01 Jun 2016   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, June 1: J. P. Global Visual Journalism institute will be established by the famous news photographer Mr. NageshPolali on 02.06.16 at R. T. Nagar, Bangalore.

This institution is providing its services at TF4, 3rd Floor, RT Plaza Building, R.T. Nagar, Bangalore and will be providing practical training for photo journalism, art journalism and cartoon journalism. This training will be conducted either as a 6 months course - weekly 5 days, or as a 1 year course - only on weekends.

NageshPolali motivated for self-employment by providing photography training for 42 unemployed youths. Presently he is providing his service for Indian Express English daily as a senior photo journalist. He has given lecture about lifestyle and photographyfor SDM College Ujire, Saint Plaret university of Bangalore Jalahalli, Gulbarga University, Raichur post graduate college and many other educational institutions.

This institution will soon be extended to Mumbai. NageshPolali informed that those who are interested in this filed can contact at 09342393356 (mobile) or email address: nageshpolali@gmail.com for admission.







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