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The students of Mass communication and Journalism participated in a Media Conclave organized by INDIA TODAY on 28th September, 2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. The students gained the practical exposure and knowledge about the various areas of event management and stage performances.

Sahitya Aajtak 2019

Students of BA(JMC) TIIPS Grater Noida attended Sahitya Aajtak 2019 at Indira Gandhi Center for arts. The students enjoyed live singing of prominent singer, Kailash Kher. Furthermore, students participated indifferent sahitya events like Sher- Shayari and Mic ke laal conducted by the lallantop ( Aaj Tak youtube Channel). Through this medium students also witnessed one to one discussion by Sayyad Ansari on eduction in Delhi with Deputy Chief Minister, Shri Manish Sisodia.

Sahitya Aajtak
Film Festival

Film Festival at Apeejay Institute of Mass communication

The students of BA(JMC) attended the 11th International Film Festival organised by Apeejay Institute of Mass communication, Dwarka on 6th. November, 2019. The film festival was organised by AIMC in collaboration with WHO and UNESCO. The students actively participated in the various events like photography, painting and many more. Md. Rafey Khan, student of BA(JMC) First year, won second prize in photography Competition.

National Museum Visit

Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, Greater Noida campus has planned the official visit of BALLB first year students to National Museum in New Delhi on 16th October 2019. Visit was a part of the curriculum under PSDA (Professional Skill Development Activities) with the objective to deepen social and historical knowledge of the students. Develop critical thinking and building perspective for the same. Students started with Archeological section where Maurya, Shunga and Satavahana Collection, Kushana Collection and Gupta Art Collection of 300 BCE exhibited. Collections of early Medieval Sculpture Collection, Late Medieval Sculpture Collection were shrine evidence of the age. Students were amazed and thrilled with the Bronze Collection and Buddhist Art Collection which show the epitome of our culture. Another room of Anthropological collection was consists of about 8,000 objects was true evident of its time filled everyone with pride.Students find the visit very informative and resourceful as they get to learn about manuscripts in various languages and scripts, covering a large number of subjects and representing various schools and provinces. Visit to National museum proved insightful and experiential for students

National Museum

Participated in Anugoonj

Army Institute Greater Noida organised the prelims of Anugoonj 2019. The students of TIIPS Greater Noida participated in it. The main aim of Anugoonj is all round development of students and giving them opportunities and a platform to showcase their talents. There were various competitions of cultural and literary events. Many students of TIIPS took participation the Prelims. The event was conducted in 2 days as there were a lot of participants and various competitions Such as Debate competition, Foot loose, singing and collage making competition .

Camera Museo-Centre Visit

The department of journalism and mass-communication of TIIPS greater Noida organized one day educational visit to camera museo- center for the photographic arts situated at gurugram, Camera museo is a modern museum to showcase the art, science and history of photography. A space that has on display antique cameras from over 100 countries, photographic equipment down the ages, historical archives, the works of legends as well as cutting edge contemporary lens based art.

The students of journalism gained knowledge related to the field of photography and cinematic display. They also visited the art gallery which displayed many photographic arts work from contemporary to modern photography arts


Rashtrapati Bhawan, New delhi

Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, Greater Noida campus has planned the official visit of BALLB second semester students to Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on 12th March 2020. Visit was a part of the curriculum under PSDA (Professional Skill Development Activities) with the objective to deepen social and historical knowledge of the students. Rashtrapati Bhavan, home to the President of the world’s largest democracy, epitomises India’s strength, its democratic traditions and secular character. Visit to National museum proved insightful and experiential for students. Books have the power to transport us to new worlds and different times, but they can also take us back to the important moments in our own lives. To encourage students to read more the Institute organised a World Book Fair Visit. Delhi Book Fair is a book cum stationary fair, generally held in the month of February at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi every year. However, the main aim of the book fairs is to promote the importance of books to bridge the gap across various socio-cultural, linguistic and religious diversities. Book fairs are great cultural events and book bonanzas keenly awaited by students, teachers, scholars, librarians and book lovers.

Waste to Wonder Visit

The students of BBA visited the theme park "Waste to Wonder' as a part of the environmental awareness and waste management campaign. The park is home to replicas of some of the most visited monuments in the world. The replicas include the Taj Mahal, the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Eiffel Tower of Paris, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Christ the Redeemer Statue of Rio De Janeiro, the Rome’s Colosseum and the Statue of Liberty of the USA. But what makes these structures unique is that these have been constructed from waste materials like scrap metal, discarded auto parts, procured from the landfills of the city. All the students were amazed to see the wonders of the world and had an enriching experience.

Waste to Wonder

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