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SLCJ Diploma in Journalism to commence on 30 January


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The Sri Lanka College of Journalism (SLCJ) has commenced registering students for Diploma in Journalism which will commence on 30 January. The Diploma classes will be held weekly and it will be a 10-month course.

The four core subjects of the Diploma are; Print, Television, Radio and Social Media. The Diploma course is taught by a dedicated staff and supported by an adjunct faculty of professional journalists and academics. 

The deadline for applications will be 29 January and application should be sent to Sri Lanka College of Journalism, No. 96, Bernard Soysa Mawatha (Kirula Road) Colombo 5 or email to info@slcj.ik. For more information applicants can contact Dulani on 0717640015/5353635.

The only industry-driven journalism institute in the country, the Sri Lanka College of Journalism endeavours to ‘Change Media from Within,’ by imparting skilled training and education for journalists in Sri Lanka. The SLCJ is equipped with all facilities to teach both print and broadcast journalism. 

The SLCJ was established following the ‘Colombo Declaration of Media Freedom and Social Responsibility’. The SLCJ is an operational arm of the Sri Lanka Press Institute and the Press Complaints Commission of Sri Lanka.


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