Bombay Times quotes Soumyadipta Banerjee in an article that talks about how Bollywood producers are tying up with prominent colleges for the promotion of their movies
India Today features Soumyadipta Banerjee and Harkisan Mehta Institute in an article that maps the changing trends of Media Education.
Wire.in mentions BollywoodJournalist as a site that doesn't "kowtow to PR machinery"
You never responded when he needed your help. Will you, now?
Soumyadipta Banerjee was interviewed by a student studying journalism
Soumyadipta speaking on DOMM-Life, a seminar on careers in media at Don Bosco College, Mumbai
Interview of Soumyadipta Banerjee on Hindustan Times Campus
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Here's the detailed CV of Soumyadipta Banerjee
Thanks for such lovely words. Always a pleasure.
A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way. We’re talking about one such exemplary leader. Our students consider him as friend, mentor, guide and philosopher. His pen is his mightiest weapon. The one with a difficult but renowned name. He is none other than Mr Soumyadipta Banerjee.
A leading journalist for the past one and a half decade, Mr Banerjee is the director of SVKM’s Harkisan Mehta Institute of Media, Research & Analysis. He is the guiding light at the institute. No, he is not that clichéd no-nonsense principal from whom students prefer to keep a safe distance from. His novel and non-conventional ways of leadership reflect in the functioning of the institute. After joining the institute, you will agree to the statement too.
Our director has a ‘Desi’ style. You will frequently spot him in a kurta. How can we forget
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