Allam Narayana
Allam Narayana

Karimnagar: Press Academy chairman Allam Narayana on Sunday assured the scribes that steps would be taken for sorting out issues pertaining to small newspapers. He attended as a chief guest at the closing ceremony of the twoday training programme, held under Press Academy for Journalists of united Karimnagar district at the Collectorate Auditorium here.

Speaking on the occasion, Allam Narayana said that the training programme, which held for the journalist of Rajanna Sircilla, Peddpalli, Jagtial and Karimnagar districts was a huge hit. The journalists of all the four districts have utilised the opportunity wisely by attending the programme in large numbers, he appreciated.

Very soon the training programme for Urdu journalists of Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad, Adilabad and Hyderabad will be organised along with taking necessary measures for giving technical training for rural journalists at Hyderabad, by introducing three months course conducting classes on every Sunday, he informed.

All the journalists in Telangana received accreditation cards successfully and will strive hard united together for getting housing plots with the same spirit. The problems that are pertaining related to small newspapers will be sort out as early as possible, he assured. Vemulawada MLA Chennamneni Ramesh said that so many drastic changes are taking place in the world. It is the responsibility of all journalists to pass the vital information which is useful to the society.

The training classes will be highly helpful for budding journalists to perform well in their profession and to achieve greater heights. Press Academy Secretary Rajamouli, Deputy Director of Information Department N Venkateshwar Rao, Divisional PRO S Kanakaiah, Namasthe Telangana Editor Katta Shekar Reddy, Bucchanna, Dilip Reddy, TWJ State leader Ismail, Bijigiri Srinivas, Gopala Krishna, Racharla Lakshmi Narayana, Shikari Rama Krishna, Sadanandam, K Prakash Rao and Venu Gopal Rao were present along with others.