Shri Asim Kumar Mitra Introduction

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Shri Asim Kumar Mitra Introduction

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  2. 2. ‘ " ~ ~: ‘ o Shri Asim kumar mitra is the senior journalist. ° He has vast experience in print media field. _ He was also involved in trade Union movement ofjournalism since 1972. , He was also member of Central Board of film 7 Certification in the year 2004»O5. .
  3. 3. ‘ “ ~ «xv _ He started his career with Hindustan Samachar as a sub Editor from 1962-1966. _ Then he switched over to the Jugantar, a Bengali daily and worked there from 1969-1980. o He then joined the another Bengali Daily called "Aaj ka| ”and worked there from 1981-1999.
  4. 4. > . H 1. V ‘_ AX‘ , From sixties to early eighties he was regularly writing for ”Purbancha| ki Chiththi". . Along with it he has also working as visiting lecturer in top mostjournalism Universities. _ Along with it he has also working as visiting lecturer in top most journalism Universities.
  5. 5. 1. ‘ “ ~- ~ ~—~ orable moments o He has authored 4 books in Bengali language. _ He has received ”Nachiketa Samman" for excellence in Journalism from hands of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the then Prime Minister of India in the year, 2001 . He went tojail for three months for protesting " ° against censorship of print media during national emergency in the year 1975. ‘re’ fit"? gi
  6. 6. ll 1. ‘ “ ~- ~ ~—~ orable moments o He has authored 4 books in Bengali language. _ He has received ”Nachiketa Samman" for excellence in Journalism from hands of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the then Prime Minister of India in the year, 2001 . He went tojail for three months for protesting " ° against censorship of print media during national emergency in the year 1975. ‘re’ fit"? gi

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