World headed towards digitisation of media: Rajdeep Sardesai at IIT-B
Day two of Mood Indigo, the four-day-long annual festival of the Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay saw a turnout of around 34,000 students on Saturday.mumbai Updated: Dec 27, 2014 21:28 IST
Day two of Mood Indigo, the four-day-long annual festival of the Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay saw a turnout of around 34,000 students on Saturday.
The highlight of the second day was the lit fest interactive session with senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai. Sardesai participated in a question and answer session with the students, where he said that there is a need for online journalists to be more responsible while they communicate through their medium.
He also added that the world is headed towards digitisation of media.
The International Music Festival kicked off with performances by Barmer Boys- a rocka band from Rajasthan and The Los Darados.
The day concluded with Trashion, a recycled material competition, a food festival and an event that saw participants riding on hybrid bikes.
Bollywood singer Adnan Sami also performed at a concert in the IIT-B campus.
First Published: Dec 27, 2014 21:27 IST