Campus Eye Telecast on V4 News Channel on April 12, 2015

Producer: Sister Jiji

Anchor: Sana CP

1. St Aloysius College gives farewell to master’s Student
2. Canada Organization for devpt and peace, conducts a Konkani teacher’s meet
3. ‘Jagriti’: Child safety workshop at Govt Primary school Kodikal
4. Babyland holds Children’s Summer Holiday Festival 2015
5. Mass communication Dept organises a seminar on Transgender

Zhovezo Resu
Sunny Fernandes
Ridhi Lakra
Sana CP

Campus Eye Telecast on V4 News Channel on March15 2015

Anchor : Bettina George
Producer : David D’ costa


1.St Aloysius Institutions-College Day
2.St Aloysius College-farewell & Cultural programme of NEPAM
3.St Xavier’s College Goa-IRIS 2015
4.Yenepoya Medical college-World kidney Day
5.School of Social Work Roshni Nilaya-Women’s day celebration & Book release

Crew:Akshata RM,Johann D’silva,Midhun Cherian,Reyivolu Rhakho,

Campus Eye Telecast on V4 News Channel on 8 march 2015

Producer : Shrikala Shetty

Anchor : Shrikala shetty

crew : Supong Nukshi Divya Achar Sameera M k Sebin Thomas Arya Joy Flexcia D’souza

Stories : 1)Alva’s College – Media buzz State level seminar on sports Journalism

2)St Aloysius College – National workshop on health economics

3)St Aloysius College won the overall in Fishco fest 2015

4)Besant Women’s College -panel discussion on Union Budget 2015

5)Sree Devi College – Annual day celebration

A Visit to Balmatta Press and Radio Mirchi

The First year MCMS students of St Aloysius College, Mangalore along with Assistant Professor Ms Juby Thomas visited the Balmatta Institution of Printing Technology (BIPT) and Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM as an academic study tour. The students were amazed at the immense contribution rendered by the Press, not just in India but to the world outside. The manager explained and displayed the old machines, blocks, symbols and letters they used for printing before. BIPT is the oldest and still famous press in the state. It has the heritage of old Basel Mission Press which was established in 1841 by the German Missionaries from Basel. This Mission has the honor of starting the first printing press in the district. ‘Mangaluru Samaachara’ the first Kannada Daily News Paper has been published by this Press. Importing of new Machinery from Germany helped printing in colour. In 1905, the press owned seven Printing Machines and it was operated by oil engines. It gave training in Printing Technology and book binding for youngsters of the society and helped many to start their own printing units in and around Mangalore. BIPT has undertaken all kinds of printing jobs like books, journals, magazines, receipt books, forms, ledgers & registers, handbills, greeting cards, invitations, certificates etc. The institution is famous for its unique book binding skills. These binding with gold embossing is a unique feature of BIPT.  At present the press is run by The KACES, an educational and charitable society for the benefit of the society and tries to keep up the heritage of Basel Mission Press.

Students at Balmatta printing press

Students at Balmatta printing press

Soon after the Balmatta Institution of Printing Technology visit, the MCMS students visited Radio Mirchi. The Tour was specially conducted to give a brief knowledge on How the Rj’s host the shows. RJ Kiran briefed the students how the radio functions. He said, “If you have the passion to learn, nothing can stop you.” He also mentioned, “If you love radio, the radio will love you back.”

RJ Kiran also showed the two radio studios were in one recording is done live and other is Pre- recording studio. After showing the students how the radio functions, there was a small surprise for the students wherein an international magician showed magic tricks and the students were amazed by his magic. All the students got a chance to meet the staff of Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM and were excited to be the future RJ’s. Ms Ridhi Lakra student of MCMS 1st year said, “The industrial visit was exciting and we learned how radio production takes place.”  This gave a boost to our challenging career process and with great satisfaction and acquired knowledge the students returned to the college.

An interaction with Rj Kiran at Radio Mirchi, Mangaluru

An interaction with Rj Kiran at Radio Mirchi, Mangaluru