PMNH to train schoolchildren in photography.

ISLAMABAD -- The Pakistan Museum for Natural History (PMNH) on Sunday said it has envisaged an initiative to impart photography and videography skills to schoolchildren to capture and preserve the beauty of nature.

'The students will be imparted photography and videomaking skills under the newly-conceived project, 'Media Project for Conservation of Environment and Nature,' said PMNH Director General Dr Saima Huma Tanveer.

'These students will be trained in capturing different aspects of the environment and nature including flowers, birds, mountains, rivers etc,' she said.

The DG said: 'The use of social media platform among the students of all ages is at its peak who seem to be interested to create their own Youtube contents, TikTok and Facebook accounts for the sake of fun as well as to earn money. However, they seemed to be clueless as to what they should portray or...

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