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College reopen

College reopen
Congratulations!!! I feel very glad to inform all the students that your new session will get start from 23rd of February 2015. New semester with new hopes ,and new zeal.

As examinations for previous semester are over ,now we have to perform for our further studies. Knowledge is everything ,if you have knowledge you can definitely beat the world with your skills.But gaining knowledge is not an easy task,you are suppose to work hard for this.

We are always ready and keen to show you the right path and build your career but as we know what we plant now we will harvest later.That is why your input is very required.

Dear future journalists always remember we are the number one institute because we have an asset like you all.You all are the faces of HIMCOM and we hope that you will always preserve the pride and dignity of this temple of knowledge.

So,lets roll up sleeves and get ready to make yourself a victorious person.
Wish you all the very best for your glorious future.

Addiction Of Social Networking Sites

Addiction Of Social Networking Sites 
Technology such as social media websites have become prominent parts of life for many young people today, but what is it really? What are the negative affects?  If once in a day we will think that what much of time in the day I had lost then it is sure that we will get the whole day. The answer is just this "the whole day". Means we just make the whole day means 24 hours means 1440 minutes means 86400 seconds only as worthless. Do you people think its only but I think this is not. On the negative side there are many risks involved with the social media and the internet in general. One of the risks that is most highlighted by today’s media is cyber bullying; over the internet, which mostly occurs on social media sites, such as Facebook. Cyber bullying is defined as the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. In many cases it is clear that social media has becom…

Covering crime beat

Covering crime beat
If journalism is about telling stories, then the crime beat should be the best in the business because it offers great narratives. Almost every news event on the beat features heroes and villains, scoundrels and victims. Every news organization covers crime. It’s a staple of daily reporting. But not every news organization covers crime as a beat. Too often, crime stories are just accounts of incidents as they occur, with little context or depth. To cover crime well, reporters need to look for patterns and trends as well as for the impact of crime on individuals and communities. That means spending time on the crime beat, hanging out at police stations, firehouses, and with emergency medical technicians, getting to know their problems and procedures. To begin learning your way around the beat, consider arranging for a ride-along or asking a homicide detective to walk you through an unsolved case. Crime reporters also dig for data they can use to develop stories and supp…

HIMCOM CAMPUS SELECTION - 2015

HIMCOM CAMPUS SELECTION - 2015
Your first job can play a vital role in paving the road for a great career. That is why campus placement takes up a student's mind right from the day one he or she enters a professional college. As HIMCOM assures its students about their placement,like every year this year too we are giving a golden opportunity to our media aspirants to make their bright career in their perspective area.
Now as the time has come for the recruitment of this year,we would like to share some very valid tips to our students before appearing for the interview.
1.Prepare a Resume-Your resume is your gateway to the panel. Prepare it yourself. Do not copy your friends resume and edit the details. He might have missed on a lot of points which you can highlight.
2. Practice your Communication Skills- Perfect English is not required.The recruiters will always look the influence and good communications skills in you.
3.Dress Formally- Recruiters will never want to waste their time o…

BE CALM, ANGER CAN KILL YOU

BE CALM, ANGER CAN KILL YOU Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. − Mark Twain Mark Twain was right. Anger can do you big time harm. Poweful emotions can be a good thing,but negative ones can also have a rough impact on your health. Studies have shown that anger can actually lead to heart attacks and an increased risk of cardiovascular problems — perhaps not surprisingly, as a sudden burst of anger can cause an over-the-top surge of chemicals throughout the body. Scientists don't know for sure, but anger might produce direct physiological effects on the heart and arteries. Emotions such as anger and hostility quickly activate the "fight or flight response," in which stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol, speed up your heart rate and breathing and give you a burst of energy. Blood pressure also rises as your blood vessels constrict. People are rarely upset because of words, actions, plac…

HIMCOM External Examination-Dec -Jan 2015

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HIMCOM External Examination-Dec -Jan 2015
So,Finally the day has come when our students have to show their knowledge and wisdom.Yes,its their exams starting today onward.  When it comes time to take your major exams, you really have to relate to yourself as a top class athlete. You need to eat the right foods, have the right mental attitude and let your body rest when it needs to leading up to your exams. These simple things can make all the difference to your mental clarity and performance.
Now here are some tips given below what you can do for taking exams-
.Get a good nights sleep Studies have found that if you stay awake for 21 hours straight, you have the mental capacity of someone who is legally drunk (in terms of your ability to concentrate, memorise and recall information, etc).You can’t afford to stay awake all night studying for an exam because you just won’t be effective on the day of the exam. Make sure you get on average 8 hours of sleep a night. . Exercise for at least 30 mi…

HIMCOM@Rahasya

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HIMCOM@Rahasya
HIMCOM students attended the press conference of the upcoming flick Rahasya . Our students also interviewed the star cast of the movie.









SILENCE - A WEAPON

SILENCE - A WEAPON Have you ever used silence to make a point? Then you understand how powerful this communication tool can be. Silence gives many messages. Being able to use the sound of silence is one of the greatest conversational arts. Our ability to be quiet may confirm that we are intensely interested in what is being said. It can also show that we have great integrity and will not be brought into conversations that could be harmful. It has been said, that the more people talk, the less they tell the truth. Silence is a powerful sword. We can use silence to increase our understanding and learn more about the people around us. When used out of love, it can show that we care deeply enough to listen with the intent to understand and need to absorb what was said before we reply. We often hear that we never learn when we speak, but only when we listen. Dial into the silence of your life and become acutely aware of whether that silence is positive or negative. If life’s too hectic and yo…