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Frank Krishner

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Frank Krishner


  • Name:Frank Krishner
  • Gender:Male
  • Department: Communicative English And Media Studies
Work Experience :
  • Documentation consultant for UNICEF (produced over 30 reports in the between 2008-2017, especially process documentation dealing with SSA, BEPC and other initiatives such as Polio, CD4 for Health, HIV/AIDS)
  • Founding and Chief editor at an alternative news and journalism training website since its inception in December 2011 and of a web portal [October 2010 to Feb 2011)
  • Founded the non-profit Newsnet TV channel on YouTube and has over 35 productions on current affairs and activities related to Patna Archdiocese
  • Guest faculty in Print Journalism, Broadcasting, Video Production and Film Studies for BA courses in Communicative English with Media Studies at Patna Women’s College since 1997
  • Assistant Professor at St Xavier’s College, Digha from 2014
  • Made specialised video documentaries for CARITAS, Save the Children, and Lutheran World Relief (Bihar partners)(2007- October 2010)
  • Columnist : writes column Footloose and Fancy free for Sunday Times of India [Patna Edition] -since 2012.
  • Translation consultant [ Hindi/ regional languages (Bhojpuri etc) to English and vice versa for Catholic Relief Services, Delhi, Bihar, UP ( since 2013)
  • Annual reports(2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) for Bihar Education Project Council – Annual report Bihar Social Forum 2009
  • Part time consultant- The Telegraph, Bihar edition [special features] August 2010 to January 2011 / Editorial Consultant, Response editorial, Times Group, Patna 2007- January 2009
  • Visiting Faculty for Media courses at MaulanaMazroolHaque Arabic and Curriculum vitae- Frank Krishner, January 2019 3
    Persian University [2010] / Visiting faculty at Advantage Media Academy Jan 2010 – June 2010
  • Examiner for BA Vocational Papers [Patna University], [Aryabhatt Knowledge University]
  • Guest faculty in the Department of Mass Communication, Patna Women’s College 2006-07
  • Editor and Owner Newsnet One ( training blog for media students
  • Frank Opinionshttp://frankopinions.blogspot.comFragmented rainbows
  • Columnist for The Sunday Times of India Patna edition from [2013-15] with ‘Footloose and Fancy Free’ ; 1993 till 1997 with “Onion flakes”[1993-94] which became “Open Letter” [1994-1997] under the pen-name EFFKAY; a weekly television review [1993-94] under the pen-name CENSOR; and a fortnightly column “Alternatives” [1995-96] byelined Frank Krishner.
  • Several reports on social processes and child-oriented issues published regularly in the Times of India.
  • Executive Editor, Forthrightly {Gangtok, Sikkim] [1990-92] / Assistant Editor, Shillong
    Times, [Shillong, Meghalaya] [1989-1990]/ Shillong Correspondent for the Times of India,
    Delhi [1989-1990]/Executive Editor, Sikkim Express[Gangtok, Sikkim] [1988-1989]
  • Sikkim Correspondent, The Telegraph, Calcutta [1987 -1989]/ Correspondent, the North East Sun, Delhi [1987-1989]/ Sikkim stringer, The Sunday Observer, Bombay [1987-1988]
  • Other articles published in: The India Magazine [On the Lepcha Tribe of Sikkim]; the Illustrated Weekly of India [short story]; Femina [short story]; the Hindustan Times; JS; The Herald, Calcutta; The Afternoon Despatch and Courier, Bombay; and a number of
    small and medium newspapers and periodicals . [1979 onwards] Stories also included in anthologies published by Penguin India [1999] and [2000], and Queerink [2012]