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Bangladesh Catholic Students' Movement to form media team

Bangladesh Catholic Students movement

The Bangladesh Catholic Students' Movement (BCSM) has decided to form a media team this year, according to sources.

The team's primary responsibility is to expand the movement by strategically producing content, running advertisements, and interacting with the target audiences on various social media platforms.
BCSM is looking for dedicated creative minds to join the team to assist in formulating strategies to build a lasting digital connection with the audience.
The new media team would plan and monitor the ongoing movement’s presence on various social media platforms. 
The team is to prepare online newsletters, provide creative ideas for content marketing, update the website, acquire insight into online trends, and keep strategies up to date.
It is to provide media coverage for every program, create an online quality poster for events, design banners and T-shirts, and assist the national program digitally.
BCSM is based in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It is present in eight Catholic jurisdictions—six dioceses and two archdioceses.

Founded in 1991, BCSM is a college movement and university-going Catholic students in Bangladesh. It has 30 units throughout the country with 1800 members. Its motto is to build a society of justice and peace using self-development and social change.

It promotes Christian values and motivates youngsters to uphold moral values. It is affiliated with the International Movement for Catholic Students (IMCS) and the Episcopal Commission for Youth in the country.

The movement focuses on the development of its members and many social and charitable endeavors like blood donation, clothing distribution to the underprivileged, and visiting hospitals and slums.

BCSM also conducts various spiritual and educational activities such as retreats, bible courses, immersion programs with different socio-cultural realities, leadership seminars, and other allied subjects.

Bangladesh is a Muslim-majority country in South Asia. It has 162 million people, including 390,700 Catholics spread over 105 parishes. – Santosh Digal


Radio Veritas Asia (RVA), a media platform of the Catholic Church, aims to share Christ. RVA started in 1969 as a continental Catholic radio station to serve Asian countries in their respective local language, thus earning the tag “the Voice of Asian Christianity.”  Responding to the emerging context, RVA embraced media platforms to connect with the global Asian audience via its 21 language websites and various social media platforms.