MUST Students Visit Jari Kas Garrison

MUST Students Visit Jari Kas Garrison

MUST Students Visit Jari Kas Garrison

In a landmark educational initiative, 55 students from the Department of Mass Communication at Mirpur University of Science and Technology (MUST), along with their faculty members, participated in an insightful visit to the Jari Kas Garrison. Organized by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) upon the department’s request, the visit aimed to provide these budding journalists with a comprehensive understanding of conflict reporting and the critical role of the Pakistan Army in national defense, particularly along the Line of Control (LOC).

The Commanding Officer of the 2 AK Regiment extended a warm welcome to the participants, delivering an in-depth briefing on the Pakistan Army’s strategic capabilities and preparedness during conflicts and crises. His presentation highlighted the army’s steadfast commitment to national defense and operational excellence under the most challenging conditions.

A key highlight of the visit was a live demonstration of an attack on an enemy post, showcasing the army’s tactical operations. This vivid display of combat strategies provided the students with a real-time understanding of the operational capabilities of the armed forces.

The educational tour also included a visit to weapon stalls, where Major Hassan introduced the students to various types of military weapons. This segment was particularly engaging as the students had the opportunity to handle the weapons and participate in live firing exercises, offering them an exceptional hands-on experience.

Beyond the demonstrations and briefings, the visit featured sessions on digital terrorism and the practical challenges of conflict reporting. These sessions emphasized the importance of objective news coverage and the ethical responsibilities of journalists reporting from conflict zones. The discussions aimed to prepare the students for the complexities they might encounter in their future careers and to emphasize the critical role of journalists in countering propaganda.

This initiative is part of MUST Mirpur’s ongoing commitment to blending theoretical knowledge with practical experiences, ensuring that students are well-prepared for the professional demands of their future careers in journalism. The visit to Jari Kas Garrison not only enriched the students’ academic experience but also underscored the importance of responsible and accurate conflict reporting.

Through such initiatives, MUST Mirpur continues to enhance the educational journey of its students, equipping them with the skills and insights necessary to excel in the dynamic field of mass communication.

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