Dr. Amit Vishwas’ Book “Bhoomandalikaran: Media Ki Aachaar Sanhita” Released at National Media Conference in Mount Abu

Over 450 Media Professionals from Across the Country Participate in the Conference


GG News Bureau
Mount Abu, 30th May.
 Dr. Amit Vishwas, Assistant Editor at Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha, released his book “Bhoomandalikaran: Media Ki Aachaar Sanhita” (Globalization: Media Code of Conduct) at the National Media Conference and Retreat held at the Brahma Kumaris’ Gyan Sarovar in Mount Abu, Rajasthan.

The event, organized by the Media Wing, focused on the theme “Vision and Values for a New Social Order: The Role of Media.” The book was unveiled by Madhya Pradesh Minister of Public Health and Engineering, Sampatia Uikey, and Dr. C. Rajasekhar, OSD IFS, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, during the closing ceremony.

The dignitaries on stage congratulated Dr. Amit Vishwas for writing a book on media ethics. The conference saw participation from over 450 media professionals from all over the country. Notable attendees included senior journalist BK Avatar Bhai, Dr. Kamlesh Meena, Assistant Regional Director of IGNOU Bhagalpur, Prof. Pradeep Malik, Head of the Language and Literature Department at Pandit Deendayal Energy University, Ashish Gupta, Director of Radio Sargam 90.8 FM Indore, Pankaj Dixit, News Editor at Sadhna News Indore, Dr. Manish Jaisal, Head of the Journalism Department at ITM University Gwalior, Hari Ballabh Meghwal, State President of the Journalists Association of Rajasthan Jaipur, BK Sarla Anand from Hyderabad’s Media Wing, BK Prahlad from Gwalior, BK Vijaya from Siddhpur, and BK Karamchand, Zonal Coordinator from Mohali.

During his address, Dr. Amit Vishwas discussed the book’s focus, stating that false information is proliferating across traditional media and new media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, blogs, Instagram, and Twitter. He highlighted the concerns over the rise of tabloid journalism, paid news, and fake news, causing distress among committed journalists. Dr. Vishwas shared that the book, published by Vani Prakashan, New Delhi, includes studies of cases related to media ethics violations. From 2001 to 2020, the Press Council of India registered a total of 34,734 cases, with 4,007 cases against government officials and 14,200 cases of ethical violations by the press, indicating a higher number of ethical breaches. To maintain high standards of journalism, a media code of conduct must be upheld. Dr. Vishwas advocated for the establishment of a Media Council with legislative powers, encompassing all media institutions.

BK Prahlad, Media Wing Coordinator from Gwalior, delivered the welcome address, and BK Yogini, Sub-Zonal Coordinator of the Ajmer Media Wing, conducted the event. BK Shantanu, National Coordinator of the National Media Conference and Retreat, read out the action plan and pledge for the event.

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