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The State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) and the Kerala Press Academy, Kochi, are jointly organising a two-day workshop on science journalism in the state capital.

Selected journalists would attend the workshop which aimed at providing valuable advice and guidance on science writing, a press release here said. The workshop would be inaugurated by poet and activist Sugathakumari at Sasthra Bhavan on January 3.

V N Rajasekharan Pillai, Executive Vice President, KSCSTE, will preside over the inaugural function.

V R Ajith Kumar, Secretary, Kerala Press Academy, N P Rajendran, Chairman, Kerala Press Academy and A Prabhakaran Media Consultant, KSCSTE, would attend the function.

There would be four sessions on the inaugural day. K K Krishnakumar, former president of Kerala Sasthra Sahitya Parishad and former secretary, Bharatiya Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi, would deliver a lecture on the History of science writing in Malayalam.

Gopal Raj, Science Correspondent, 'The Hindu would lead an interactive session on 'Science Reporting in the Indian context: the Challenges ahead.'

Former Chief Secretary C P Nair would be the chief guest at the valedictory on Saturday.

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KSCSTE to host workshop on science journalism

The Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) and the Kerala Press Academy, Kochi, are jointly organising a two-day workshop on science journalism in the state capital. Selected journalists would attend the workshop which aimed at providing valuable advice and guidance on science writing, a press release here said. The workshop would be inaugurated by poet and activist Sugathakumari at Sasthra Bhavan on January 3. V N Rajasekharan Pillai, Executive Vice President, KSCSTE, will preside over the inaugural function. V R Ajith Kumar, Secretary, Kerala Press Academy, N P Rajendran, Chairman, Kerala Press Academy and A Prabhakaran Media Consultant, KSCSTE, would attend the function. There would be four sessions on the inaugural day. K K Krishnakumar, former president of Kerala Sasthra Sahitya Parishad and former secretary, Bharatiya Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi, would deliver a lecture on the History of science writing in Malayalam. Gopal Raj, ... The Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) and the Kerala Press Academy, Kochi, are jointly organising a two-day workshop on science journalism in the state capital.

Selected journalists would attend the workshop which aimed at providing valuable advice and guidance on science writing, a press release here said. The workshop would be inaugurated by poet and activist Sugathakumari at Sasthra Bhavan on January 3.

V N Rajasekharan Pillai, Executive Vice President, KSCSTE, will preside over the inaugural function.

V R Ajith Kumar, Secretary, Kerala Press Academy, N P Rajendran, Chairman, Kerala Press Academy and A Prabhakaran Media Consultant, KSCSTE, would attend the function.

There would be four sessions on the inaugural day. K K Krishnakumar, former president of Kerala Sasthra Sahitya Parishad and former secretary, Bharatiya Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi, would deliver a lecture on the History of science writing in Malayalam.

Gopal Raj, Science Correspondent, \'The Hindu would lead an interactive session on \'Science Reporting in the Indian context: the Challenges ahead.\'

Former Chief Secretary C P Nair would be the chief guest at the valedictory on Saturday.
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