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Dubai, Feb 8: An association of Indian journalists in Qatar has decided to conduct media leadership course for Indian students in the country.

The course being organized by the Indian Media Professionals Association - Qatar (Impaq) aims to acquaint participants with the functioning of media, especially the print media, to help them become future leaders and also guide those seeking a career in journalism, a press release said.

Each Indian school in Qatar can nominate ten students for the course, preferably from the plus-two stream.

Certificates signed by Indian Ambassador George Joseph will be issued to all participants on the completion of the course.

The course will have a minimum of six sessions, each session of two-hour duration, comprising two lectures of 50 minutes each.

The course also include mock press conferences, interviews, writing assignments and visits to newspaper offices etc.


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