Daily Archives: 4 October 2006

Principal Fine

4 Oct. It was a partial bundh; people of Mangalore have once again proved that they are not easily hoodwinked by selfish politicians. When everybody goes about his/her business, vested interests cannot succeed. I hope people elsewhere learn a lesson too!

* Many students had come to the College, expecting to have classes and prepare for their student programme. Sad! Could not hold classes. But many of them stayed back and finished many of their works.

* Fr Eugene, our Principal, is fine; is making steady progress. Is expected to be discharged soon.

* Rather rains are lashing in Mangalore; feels like the rainy season has started just now, after the real one has abated!

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Documentary Film Making Workshop

Workshop on Documentary Filmmaking

Department of Journalism was established in1992 at St. Aloysius College (accredited ‘A’ by NAAC), which itself has a reputation of serving the nation for the past 127 years. The Department is known for its innovative methods of teaching and activities. The ‘Film Making Competition’ (2005), two film festivals ‘Dark Projector’ (Sept. 2005) and ‘Shooting Stars’ (Feb. 2006) are only a few of such initiatives.

This year we are happy to introduce yet another new initiative: Workshop on Documentary Filmmaking. It is a seven-day intense workshop.

This being a WORKSHOP, it will be full of practical sessions on idea generation, scripting, camera, lighting, editing and sound. The workshop will culminate in public screening of the documentaries made by the participants. Mr. P. N. Ramachandra, an award winning filmmaker (from Bombay), of the first digital Tulu film Suddha, and teleserial Surabhi (Karnataka episodes) fame will be the main resource person.

The workshop will be especially useful to the students in general and students of Mass Communication and Journalism, in particular. The members of the staff who handle film appreciation and media teaching will find this beneficial. Those interested people can contact the organizers by e-mail at richiersj@yahoo.com for faster communication or by phone.

Date : 23/10/06 (morning) to 29/10/06 (evening)
Place : St. Aloysius College, Mangalore
Fees : Rs. 3,000 (includes tuition fees, accommodation and coffee/ tea)
: Rs. 2,500 [for day scholars (students only)]
: Fees payable through DD drawn in favour of Principal, St Aloysius
College, Mangalore.
Address : Fr. Richard Rego S.J.
Head, Dept. of Journalism
PB 720; St. Aloysius College
Mangalore-575003
Phone : 0824-2426143 (O); 0824-2423576 ®
Mobile: 9448546425
Visit our blogs: http://www.richardrego.blogspot.com; http://www.sacjournalism.blogspot.com (25 August); http://www.richardrego.wordpress.com; http://www.sacjournalism.freehostia.com; http://www.staloysius.ac.in

Fr Richard Rego SJ
Department of Journalism
Post Box No. 720, St Aloysius College, Mangalore – 575003

    (copy and paste this application in your computer and then format before printing)
Application for the Workshop on Documentary Filmmaking

Name (in capital letters):

Date of Birth:

Current Status:

Office / College Address:

Home Address:

Phone: (O) ®
Mobile:
Email:

Arriving St Aloysius on:
Leaving St Aloysius on:

DD No. drawn on Bank:

Please Note:
The workshop begins on 23 Oct (Monday) morning and ends on 29 Oct (Sunday) evening.
Workshop Fee Rs. 3,000/- (for outstation candidates & ‘non-students’) includes course fee, lodging, and coffee/ tea.
Course hospitality, does not include food.
Outstation students’ accommodation will be taken care of from 22nd October evening till 29 October evening.
Course fee is to be paid through Demand Draft, and sent through this application.
No outstation check is accepted.
Please take a print out of this application and fill it up.
Each candidate needs to send a separate application.

DD is to be addressed to Principal, St Aloysius College, Mangalore.

Any correspondence could to be done through
Fr Richard Rego SJ
Head, Dept of Journalism
St Aloysius College
PB No. 720
Mangalore – 575003.
http://www.richardrego.blogspot.com; http://www.richardrego.wordpress.com
http://www.sacjournalism.blogspot.com; http://www.sacjournalism.freehostia.com; http://www.staloysius.ac.in
email: richiersj@yahoo.com
Phone: 0824-2423576 ® ext; 309 9448546425 (mobile)
0824-2426143 (O) ext. 118;

Change of Blog

The Dept of Journalism is organising a Documentary Workshop (23.10.06-25.10.06) at St Aloysius
College, Mangalore. Want to know more about it? Contact Fr Richard Rego at richiersj@yahoo.com. Visit http://www.richardrego.wordpress.com for Workshop application, & http://www.sacjournalism.blogspot.com for Campus news. Feel free to give your comments.

4 Oct. It was a partial bundh; people of Mangalore have once again proved that they are not easily hoodwinked by selfish politicians. When everybody goes about his/her business, vested interests cannot succeed. I hope people elsewhere learn a lesson too!

Hence forward I may not update this blog. You may have to log on to http://www.richardrego.wordpress.com. Please feel free to send in your comments.
Good wishes.