CMH Multan Institute Announces List of Willing Candidates for Medical ProgramsZeynab Wandati: Shaping the Future of Journalism with Digital Expertise

Multan, The CMH Multan Institute of Medical Sciences has publicized the list of willing candidates from Baluchistan for admission into the MBBS-09 and BDS-03 batches for the session 2023-24.

According to CMH Multan Institute of Medical Sciences, the detailed list encompasses candidates who have expressed their willingness to join the prestigious medical and dental programs under the open merit category. Aspiring medical professionals can access the full list through the provided link to verify their inclusion and readiness for the upcoming academic session.

This announcement marks a significant step in the admissions process, offering insights into the competitive landscape of medical education in Pakistan, especially for students from Baluchistan seeking to pursue their medical careers at one of the country’s renowned institutions.

Nairobi, In a significant leap towards advancing her career and shaping the future of journalism, Zeynab Wandati has emerged as a prominent figure in the realm of science journalism, sustainability, and multimedia storytelling. With a career spanning over a decade in broadcast journalism, Wandati’s recent completion of the Master of Arts in Digital Journalism (MADJ) program at Aga Khan University’s Graduate School of Media and Communications (GSMC) marks a pivotal moment in her professional journey.

According to The Aga Khan University, Wandati’s foray into digital journalism was fueled by her passion for storytelling and a scholarship opportunity that allowed her to enroll in the MADJ program. This move came at a time when Kenya’s media landscape was undergoing a significant digital transformation, making her decision both timely and strategic. Inspired by pioneering journalist Jamila Mohamed, Wandati has carved out a niche for herself as the Sustainability Editor at the Nation Media Group, focusing on critical issues such as agriculture, environment, and climate change.

Wandati’s academic journey at GSMC was transformative, equipping her with cutting-edge skills in digital journalism. The program’s emphasis on hands-on learning, especially in mobile journalism (MOJO), earned her the nickname “MOJO Queen” among her peers. This accolade reflects her mastery of the tools and techniques that define the digital age of news reporting.

Balancing her role as the primary provider for her family, Wandati’s scholarship significantly alleviated the financial pressures of pursuing higher education. She regards completing the MADJ program while working full-time and managing family responsibilities as a major achievement. The experience has not only enhanced her skills but also reinforced her commitment to continuous learning and professional development.

Looking ahead, Wandati is dedicated to furthering her expertise in digital journalism and mentoring the next generation of journalists, especially in the field of science journalism. Her story is a testament to the transformative power of education and the role of digital media in shaping the future of journalism.

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