LAHORE - The 2011 Inter-University Photo Journalism Competition and Exhibition highlight the miseries of the people attached with unprivileged professions in our society. The exhibition, organised by the Government College Universitys Young Journalists Society on the theme of Unprivileged professions, has on display as many as 31 selected photographers capturing life of child labourers, cobblers, kiln workers, hawkers, linemen, waiters, jokers, and circus artists. GCU Arts and Social Sciences Dean Dr. Khlaid Perviaz was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony of the photo competition, adjudicated by Lahore Heritage Club President Tahir Malik Yazdani and American Photo Club President Muhammad Adnan. The amateur photographers from 11 educational institutions of Lahore including LUMS, National College of Arts, Fatima Jinnah Medical College and Lahore College for Women University took part in the competition. A picture of a child circus performer playing with fire and captioned The burning truth, secured the first position in the competition. The picture was captured by Skindar Hayat from Punjab University. A picture of University of Central Punjab student Junaid Saleem captioned Still I rise secured the second position at the competition. Mubashir Ali, a student of FC- a charted University, secured the third prize. He put on display a picture of a female kiln worker. GCU YJS adviser Umme-Amara said that photojournalism is also often considered as unprivileged profession in our society. He said that the competition was aimed at encouraging the students who have great skills and talent to become news photographers. She believed that photojournalism, as a profession, is a serious job and demands attention and respect. After all, it is the photographs accompanying the news that truly help us understand what is going on in the world, she said. Lahore Heritage Club President Tahir Malik Yazdani said that the profession of photojournalism requires a lot of patience, understanding and skill, and the photojournalists should be appreciated accordingly.