Saturday, May 18, 2024

First International Mother Language Journalism has been concluded

First International Conference on Mother Language Journalism 2024 has been concluded. It is the first conference in South Asia, organized by National Forum of Newar Journalist, NFNJ from Nepal. Journalist from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal participated in the Conference of Mother Language Journalism. The opening session of the first day of the program was held with the participation of former President Vidya Devi Bhandari and the second day of the program was held with the participation of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Narayan Kaji Shrestha. In Nepal the first mother language journalist Dharmaditya Dharmacharya धर्मादित्य धर्माचार्य been 100 years of starting his job of Newspaper (Buddha Dharma and Nealbhasa) publication from Calcutta.

Through the program, the main objective of the program is to promote the journalism of Nepal's native language to the international forum, to get information about journalism in foreign countries, and to make the journalism of the native language professional, inclusive, and strengthen the government. 

Conference of Mother Language Journalism organized with cooperation of SAARC Journalist Forum, FONIJ, Lalitpur Metro Politan City and Madhyapur Thimi Municipality. In the last day of program Mr. Surendra Shrestha Mayor of Madhyapur Thimi Municipality, Mr. Vijay Krishna Shrestha Deputy Mayor and Mr. Ramesh Thapa Shrestha ward president of 8 well comed in Historical city in Bhaktapur. In the same day all international delegates (46 no. of journalist from India, Bangladesh and Bhutan) from different countries been for heritage walk in Bode.

Thanks to all delegates visited Nepal and participated in First International Conference on Mother Language Journalism 2024. Hope to have further cooperation and wish for your safe journey towards home town and countries. For the conference Mr. Surendra Bhakta Shrestha, vice president of NFNJ has been appointed as chief coordinator.

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