Prof. Brij Kishore Kuthiala receives National Education Leadership Award
Bhopal, 25 Oct / The vice chancellor of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Prof. Brij Kishore Kuthiala was awarded with the prestigious National Education Leadership Award. The award was presented by the Star of The Industries Group for his outstanding contribution in the field of education. He was conferred with this honour in a prestigious function held at Hotel Taj Lands End, Mumbai on 23rd Oct 2013. He received this award for introducing various courses in Advertising, Communication, Marketing Communication, Engineering and Technology and also encouraging research and innovation in education.
Receiving the award Prof. B.K. Kuthiala said that today higher education faces many challenges. In future our country will have the maximum number of youth. Therefore considering the global scenario we should design our research methods and educational activities in such a way that our youngsters can carve a unique identity for themselves globally. And for this the biggest responsibilities lies on our educational institutions. Innovation in higher education is the need of the hour therefore the responsibilities of our academicians have increased.
Since the last four decades Prof. B.K. Kuthiala is actively involved in the field of Communication, Mass Communication and Media Technology. He has introduced various courses related to Mass Communication, Media Technology in Kurukshetra University and Guru Jhambeshwar University, Hisar. In the last four years he has also introduced various MBA courses in Media Management, Entertainment Communication, Marketing Communication and Corporate Communication at Makhanlal University. AICTE has also appreciated these courses. He has also setup two news departments of Communication Research and New Media Technologies and introduced new courses in Media Research, Multimedia, Graphics and Animation in the university. He was also honoured with Chanakya Award by PRSI for his innovations in Media education.