K.R. Mangalam University Gears up to Sign MoU with Sputnik News Agency, Moscow

K.R. Mangalam University's (KRMU) School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) is all set to join hands with Sputnik News Agency. SJMC working continuously to sign this MoU, but it was temporarily halted from both sides due to the unprecedented situations caused by COVID-19.

For the last 5-6 months, SJMC and Sputnik News Agency have been in constant contact in order to build up their relationship and sign the MoU as soon as possible.
Prof (Dr) Kiran Bala, Dean, SJMC expresses utmost happiness with the finalization of the MoU Signing Date. 
 
K.R. Mangalam University and Sputnik News Agency will be signing the MoU on September 20, 2021 in an online ceremony conducted over the Zoom App. 
 

How SJMC’s MoU with Sputnik News Agency Will Benefit Students & Faculties? 

With the signing of the MoU with Sputnik News Agency, students will be introduced to new opportunities that will not only help them advance in their careers but will also expose them to a new culture. This collaboration between SJMC and Sputnik News Agency will help to increase students' experience and exposure in the field of Journalism and Mass Communication.
 
The two institutions' student exchange programmes will be reinforced as a result of this MoU. The agreement will enable students to learn about Russian media and journalism, as well as provide career opportunities for them in the future.
 
Students who are looking forward to having a bright and challenging career in this field should join KRMU and enroll in Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication. SJMC not only thrives to impart the best knowledge to its pupils but also makes sure that they get ample opportunities to excel in their life.
 

What Is Sputnik News Agency? Everything You Need To Know

Sputnik is a modern news agency with product lines such as newsfeeds, websites, social networks, mobile apps, radio broadcasts, and multimedia press centres. Sputnik's headquarters are in Moscow. Regional offices are located in key regions and countries around the world, including India (New Delhi), the United States (Washington, DC), China (Beijing), France (Paris), Germany (Berlin), and Egypt (Cairo).
 
The agency covers global political and economic news for a global audience. The Russian media group Rossiya Segodnya launched the Sputnik brand on November 10, 2014. Sputnik's editorial staff now works in over 30 languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Arabic and Chinese.
 
The Sputnik newswire services work round the clock and are available in English, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, and Chinese. Agency photographers work all over the world and have garnered numerous important international photojournalism honours, including the World Press Photo and Magnum Photography Awards. The agency has its own photo library, Sputnik Images, via which it offers photo and video content, as well as infographics. SputnikPro is Sputnik's international training programme for journalists, journalism students, and press services.