On IIMC faculty since 1989
Dr. Joshi (b 1954) has B.A. (Honors) in French Language and
literature; Diploma in Italian, and Ph.D. in Linguistics from
. He has been trained in Broadcast journalism (IIMC) and Video
journalism (International Institute for the Training of journalists,
). Prof. Joshi is a media professional
with significant experience in different types of media. He joined
media academics in 1989.
Before joining IIMC, Dr. Joshi has
been a freelance journalist, writer and professional translator for
more than two decades. He has worked in electronic media as producer
of News Magazine Program in Hindi for National Channels of All India
Radio and as Casual News editor and News Reader of Doordarshan and All
India Radio. Prof. Joshi had served as Course
Director of Post-graduate Diploma in Journalism (Hindi) for
two years (2001-2003) before joining Jamia Millia Islamia
as Professor of journalism in Department of Hindi (2006-08).
He has participated in many national
and International conferences. He has been participating in the annual
conferences of International Association of Mass Communication
Research (IAMCR) where he has presented 5 papers in
(2008). He has been elected to the International Council of IAMCR for
four years in
. He is member of localization sub group in the e-gov standard of
Ministry of Information Technology and Rastriya Vigyan evam Prodyogiki
Sanchar Parishad (NCSTC) of Department of Science and Technology.
He has also been associated with
standardization project of Central Hindi Directorate and the IT
terminology project of Commission for Scientific & Technological
Terminology of Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Apart from contributing regularly for
newspapers, radio and television, Prof. Joshi has been a columnist
and has written profusely on journalistic language and media issues.
He has edited many books and magazines in Hindi and English.
Orientation Courses in Communication and Journalism:
of International and National Professional organizations:
D. Thesis guidance:
in Radio and Television Talks: