Conceptualizing, Designing and Implementing Connect Exchange Intercultural Programmes in Media Studies for Indian Universities/Institutions

July 2013
Indian Journal of Higher Education;Jul-Dec2013, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p91
Academic Journal
This article engages with a conceptual framework to design and implement a media rich connect exchange programme for Indian Universities to enhance global approach and to build a sustainable intercultural communication policy to bridge the domain of media studies with the emerging communication technologies. The strategies discussed in this article will further contribute to the media educational systems of Indian Universities/Institutions to bond with continued academic and research relations with foreign Universities


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