Archana Shukla of CNBC-TV18 won the Citi Journalistic Excellence Award (CJEA) for the year 2018, for her investigative series about cheaply available medical degrees that put the lives of patients at risk.
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The story, “Bad medicine: they claim to be doctors but they are not,” exposed the thriving racket, that runs with the full knowledge of the authorities.
N Ramakrishnan, of the Hindu Business Line was also selected for his article “Dindigul Lock-makers no more hold the key to their destiny.”
The two journalists will represent India in the upcoming 8-day study seminar in New York administered by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and take part in workshops on various subjects, including principles of accounting and finance, and will be exposed to wide-ranging views on global financial and economic issues, as well as those which affect their own countries.
They will also partake in sessions with leading Columbia University faculty members, engage in discussions with senior academicians and policy-makers, and visit key financial institutions and US Government departments.
The two journalists will attend the seminar that is being held between May 29 and June 7, 2018 and will join the winners from other participating countries.
First Published: May 27, 2018 1:03 PM IST