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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Obituary - Deepali A. Joshi, former Announcer Akashvani Pune expires



Deepali Anand Joshi, former Announcer Akashvani Pune left for her heavenly abode on 27.02.2017. She was 75. Deepali ji was very famous among listeners, during her active career as Kumudini Joshi due to her programme - Aapali Awadh ( Listener's letters).

Prasar Bharati parivar condoles the demise of Deepali ji and prays to the almighty for the peace of the departed soul.

Mukesh Sharma, Addl. DG - Doordarshan retires today



Shri Mukesh Sharma, Additional Director General, Doordarshan Mumbai, Additional Director General, Doordarshan ( Head of the West Zone) & Additional Director General (Mktg), Prasar Bharti is retiring from government service on 28.02.2017, after an illustrious service. He is also holding additional charge of the Director General at Films Division India, Mumbai. Since July 2015

Mukesh ji had his schooling and graduation at Govt. Inter College, Mathura and Lucknow University. Later he studied Masters in Broadcast Journalism at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal.

Shri Mukesh Sharma worked as Producer with Children's Film Society from 1980 to 1992 and contributed extensively. He also had a small stint of posting at Akashvani Pune. His forte has always been Doordarshan, Mumbai. As head of Doorardarshan Mumbai, DD- Sahyadri, Mukesh Sharma revolutionised the channel with is out of box ideas, extreme energy and high profile contacts. He has left his marks deep, which will continue to inspire his colleagues for years to come. 

Shri Mukesh Sharma has been decorated with numerous awards, some of them are -

✔ Winner of the National Award,from the President of India , Best Children's Film, Operation Pink Pigeon, 1990, Indo-Mauritius co-production.
✔ Winner of the Special Mention Certificate from the President of India for the Film Anokha Aspatal, at the 6th Int. Children Film Festival, Delhi. 
✔ Received the Best Doordarshan Kendra (T.V. Station) Award as Director DDK Mumbai in 2001 from the Vice President of India.
✔Winner of 30th RAPA (Radio Advertising & Practitioners Association) Hamid Sayani Trophy .
✔ Winner of Media Lions—Bronze, in the 53rd International Advertising Festival—Cannes Lion: 2006. Category “Use of media-best use of T.V.”

Winner of Mother Teresa International Award 2013 at Kolkata
and many more....

Shri Mukesh Sharma has been the Star of Doordarshan, and Prasar Bharati Parivar will definitely miss him. Our choicest best wishes for him for another brilliant post–retirement innings. 

हिन्दी नाटक नोरा..शिमला दूरदर्शन की प्रस्तुति..





दिनांक 4 मार्च 2017 को शाम 5.30 बजे से आमंत्रित दर्शकों के मध्य हिन्दी नाटक ''नोरा'' का मंचन किया जाएगा । गेयटी थियेटर शिमला में होने वाले इस प्ले के निर्देशक हैं केवल धालीवाल, संगीत दिया है हरिन्द्र सोहल ने कलाकार होंगे डॉ. नवनिंदरा बहल, डॉ. साहिब सिंह,  गुरतेज खान, रवि झारवड, सर्वजीत सिंह, पवेल सिंधु ।


दूरदर्शन द्वारा आयोजित किया जा रहा यह विशेष नाटक श्रीमती नोरा रिचर्डस के जीवन पर आधारित है । 

Source-Puneet Sahgal, Blog Report-Praveen Nagdive

Shri Ashok Kumar Patra, Assistant Engineer, DDK, Bhubaneswar Retires on 28.02.2017

Shri Ahok Kumar Patra, Assistant Engineer, DDK, Bhubaneswar will retire from Government Service on superannuation w.e.f. 28.02.2017. Born on 12.02.1957, he has joined AIR, AGARTALA on 18.03.1981.He has served inAIR, Agartala, AIR, Imphal ,DDK, Sambalpur , DDK, Cuttack DDMC, Itanagar, DDK, Bhubaneswar,DDK, Guwahati, DDK, Itanagar, DDK,Shillong.

You can wish him on 9040578201. Joined as a Engineering Assistant at AIR, Agartala on 18.03.1981, Shri Ashok Kumar Patra was promoted to the post of Senior Engineering Assistant in August 1988 while serving at DDK,Cuttack and joined DDMC, Itanagar on promotion. He was promoted to the post of Assistant Engineer on 22.06.1990 while serving at DDK, Cuttack. During his service spread over 36 years, Shri Patra has served different stations of AIRs, DDMC & DDKs of the country and has received appreciation several times for the quality of works in OB Coverages, Maintenance of equipments & administration. He is an articulate, knowledgeable, hard working and disciplined employee of the organisation.

All the Staff of DDK, Bhubaneswar and Prasar Bharti Parivar wish Shri Ashok Kumar Patra a very peaceful and healthy retirement life.

Forwarded by :-Pranabandhu Behera,pbbehera60@gmail.com

Shri Rabindra Kumar Moharana, Painter, DDK, Bhubaneswar Retires on 28.02.2017.

Shri Rabindra Kumar Moharana, Painter, DDK, Bhubaneswar will retire from Government Service on superannuation w.e.f. 28.02.2017.Date of Birth : 12.02.1957 Date of Joining 15.02.1995(DDK,Bhubaneswar) Kendra Served : DDK, Bhubaneswar Mobile No. : 9090931022 Joined as a Painter at DDK, Bhubaneswar on 15.12.1995, Shri Rabindra Kumar Moharana served the Kendra for over 21 years. He has shown his artistic quality in designing sets for so many special programmes of the Kendra during his career to enrich the quality of programmes. He is a soft spoken , hard working and disciplined employee of the organisation.

All the Staff of DDK, Bhubaneswar and Prasar Bharti Parivar wish Shri Rabindra Kumar Moharana a very peaceful and healthy retirement life.

Forwarded by :-Pranabandhu Behera,pbbehera60@gmail.com

Sri.Mallappa,EA,HPT,Mahbubnagar (Telangana) Retires on 28.02.2017.

Sri.Mallappa,EA,HPT,Mahbubnagar (Telangana) Joined as Technician on 10th May 1985, served the department as Technician, Sr.Technician and Engineering Assistant. Worked at LPT/Raichur, HPT/Nandyal, LPT/Gadwal, HPT/Mahbubnagar. Served Doordarshan for almost 32 years and is sincere in his duties and maintained good relationship with subordinate staff. His superannuation is on 28/02/2017.

Prasar Bharati Parivar wishes him a very happy, healthy, peaceful and contended retired life.

Forwarded by :-J.Ravikantha Babu,DDEDMC/HPT Mahbubnagar,
dmcmbnr maint.centre,dmcmbnr@yahoo.co.in

Smt Bhagyalakshmi Rajendran,AIR Coimbatore Retires on 28.02.2017.

The senior most announcer Smt Bhagyalakshmi Rajendran in All India Radio Coimbatore is retiring tomorrow i.e., 28 Feb 2017.Clear diction , Charming voice , Clarity in presentation , Commitment towards broadcat, Connection with listeners for over three decades are the five C's which makes Smt Bhagyalakshmi Rajendran Senior Announcer in All India Radio Coimbatore is very special to every one from unknown listeners to colleagues, to artists and to guests who all listen to her through radio and also on stage for AIR programmes.

Spanning a rich, programme full career for over three decades Smt Bhagyalakshmi Rajendran , decided in her Tamil M.A.,college days that she will be an announcer in AIR. That dream transformed into reality when she captured hearts of listeners ,visually challenged listeners who recognised her voice even in public places, hosted many vvip participted AIR coimbatore programmes, Former President APJ Abdul Kalam programme, series of novel readings, special dramas, celebrities interview..if we name it ,she had done it in her 31 long years as Announcer ,6 years as programme presenter on contract.In her words she is gifted to be a part of All India Radio -A Prestigious Rich Cultural Organisation. She had been part of AIR chennai and Pudhucherry for a short period of years but to serve in Coimbatore, her native added much Joy and Pride when she anchored both Silver Jubilee celebration 1991 as well as Golden Jubilee celebration programme in 2016.  

Prasar Bharati Parivar wishes him a very happy, healthy, peaceful and contended retired life.

Forwarded by :- K.Chitralega Head of Office/ AD (P) ,phaircoimbatore@gmail.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

Mangesh Waghmare, Announcer AIR Pune felicitated



Shri Mangesh Waghmare, Announcer Akashvani Pune was bestowed the Kalashri Award at a well attended function at Pune on 26.02.2017 for his outstanding contribution in the field of art and culture.

Best wishes from PB parivar.

AIR Panaji.... OB PROGRAMME ON SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN

All India radio Panaji organised OB based programme on students’ reactions on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. the students of People’s High School, Panaji Goa from different classes participated the programme. The main focus was on toilet facilities provided by government and to create awareness on various aspects of hygiene and cleanliness in school as well as beyond Schools. The programme was categorised into two groups i.e. boys and girls from both urban and rural areas. Individual students were interviewed and the reactions on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan were collected by the interviewer Shri Nagesh Sardesai (staff teacher).
Shri.Santosh D. Padgaonkar,Programme  Executive of AIR Panaji coordinated the OB programme along with Shri.Suhasya Chari, Sr. Technician, AIR Panaji. Smt.Poornima Ramesh Naique, Principal of People’s High School, Panaji Goa reacted that they teach students about the need to maintain basic sanitation and cleanliness in all aspects, so that they ensure the same habit at home. Thus, making it easier for the society to spread the message of a clean and beautiful surrounding.
Source-Dinkar Yadav,  Blog Report-Praveen Nagdive

PM Narendra Modi's Mann Ki Baat, 26 February 2017

PM Narendra Modi's Mann Ki Baat, 26th February 2017


Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through his monthly 'Mann Ki Baat' radio programme. This is the 29th episode of his broadcast, which comes a day ahead of the crucial fifth phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly election. In today's address, Mr Modi spoke on a variety of issues ranging from the ISRO's historic record-breaking launch of 104 satellites on a single rocket, the successful ballistic missile interceptor, the need and importance of science, agronomy among others. He also spoke about the promotion and popularity of digital transactions. Mr Modi often invites suggestions and comments from citizens - which he also incorporates in his radio address. Today's address was broadcast by All India Radio, Doordarshan and streamed on NDTV.com.

Here are the highlights of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' speech:
  • Basant Panchami, Holi and Shivratri promotes brotherhood and peace. 
  • Winter is on its way out and Basant (spring) has just started.
  • I would like to thank people who give me a lot of suggestions and comments ahead of the Mann Ki Baat speech.
ISRO Satellite Mission
  • Many people are not aware of ISRO and they want me to tell them about it.
  • 15 February, 2017, is a proud day in India's history.
  • After the success of Mangalyaan, the 104 satellite launch on a single rocket is another feather in ISRO's cap.
  • India has created a world record. Also, it was the PSLV's 38th successful mission
  • The mission was cost-effective and efficient, which has become a marvel for the entire world.
  • Cartosat-2D is India's satellite.
  • It will also help my farmer friends.
  • I congratulate ISRO's scientists on behalf of countrymen.
Ballistic Missile Interceptor
  • I have also been asked about India's success in the field of defence.
  • We have successfully tested the Ballistic Interceptor Missile.
  • It is a very important development in the field of defence.
  • Only four or five countries have this capability and our scientists have achieved this.
  • It can defeat an enemy missile in outer space itself.
Importance of Science
  • The spirit of inquiry has played a major role in scientific and human development.
  • It is a never ending quest.
  • Humans are continuously unraveling the secrets of the universe.
  • I have often stressed upon the need of scientific temper among youth.Our country needs more scientists.
  • Mahatma Gandhi said, "No science has dropped from the sky in a perfect form. All science is developed through experience."
  • He also praised the role of scientists.
  • The biggest contribution of science is in satisfying human need.
  • During the 14th Pravasi Bharati Divas, a competition was organised on socially useful innovations.
  • An App was displayed for fishermen. Our fishermen could locate the best zone of fish, wind conditions, tides etc through this App.
  • Sometimes, problems highlight the importance of innovation.
  • In 2005, Mumbai witnessed floods and during such times, the poor are affected.
  • Two scientists designed houses which are only flood resistant but protects from water-borne diseases as well.
  • Our society is becoming technology driven. Stress is now being laid on digital transactions.
Digital Economy
  • People are moving towards digital currency.
  • The Lucky Grahak and Digidhan Vyapari schemes are very successful. These events have turned digital transactions into a movement.
  • Rewards worth more than 150 crore have been distributed.
  • Over 100 people have received 1 lakh rupees. People from all sections are participating in this movement.
  • Winners included 15 year olds to 65 year olds.
  • A winner told me that he his Rs. 1,000 reward to an old lady whose house was gutted in a fire.
  • Many such people have become beneficiaries as well as ambassadors of these schemes.
  • I urge the citizens to be the ambassadors of this movement.
  • It has a major role to eradicate corruption and black money.
  • Those associated with it are soldiers of anti-corruption cadre.
  • On 14 April, when the scheme ends, it will be Dr Ambedkar's birthday. To commemorate his birthday, let us teach at least 125 people to use the BHIM App. 
Agriculture
  • Agriculture has a great role in our economy.
  • Our farmers have worked hard and we have record foodgrain production this year.
  • We have over 2,700 lakh tonnes of foodgrains this year. I thank my farmer friends.
  • Farmers deserve a special mention. Pulses are important source of protein and 2,900 lakh hectare of land was used to cultivate pulses.
  • They responded to my call with record pulse production.
  • I congratulate them for their service.
Cleanliness Drive
  • The cleanliness drive is gaining momentum. Recently, a water and sanitation programme was organised in Warangal. Senior officials of states attended the programme. Toilet pit emptying exercises were held and houses were cleaned. Twin pit toilets may be reused and they are convenient to use and clean.
  • One feels no psychological barrier to clean them.
  • The exercise was covered extensively.
  • What we consider as waste, it is important as compost and fertiliser.
  • We will extensively stress upon cleanliness in the month of March.
Differently-Abled Citizens
  • When a citizen does something amazing, the entire nation feels proud.
  • Our differently-abled athletes made us proud in Rio.
  • Our blind cricketers of India beat Pakistan and became world champion.
  • I believe differently-abled are determined and confident. We can learn a lot from them.
Women In India
  • Women are also making India proud, whether in science or sports.
  • Our women won the Rugby-7 tournament.
  • March 8 is International Women's Day. Our Beti bachao, Beti Padhao is today, more than a scheme. It is a mass movement. Many have joined this mission. A positive change is seen in the mindsets.
  • The movement has taken many forms. We will celebrate Women's Day with the spirit that women are the strength of society and are equal in every sphere.
  • You actively take part in Mann Ki Baat and I get to learn a lot from you.
  • I get feedback from grassroots and I thank you for it. Thank You.
Source & Credit: http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/live-prime-minister-narendra-modis-mann-ki-baat-speech-to-the-nation-1663593

Visit of Shri C.B.S.Maurya,E-in-C to Akashvani Pune




Shri C.B.S.Maurya,E-in-C  visited Akashvani Pune on 25.02.2017.He had a meeting with officers of AIR Pune,DDK Pune and CCW Pune.He was briefed with the activities of AIR Pune and had a round at studios and auditorium.During his Pune visit,he also visited TV transmitter and FM transmitter at Sinhagad,HPT at Hadapsar and DDK studios.

He appreciated the station and the coordination of all wings i.e.programme,engineering and administration and News section of the station.

Inspiration:At 15, She Invented Sustainable Wood. Now, Bisman Deu Promotes Entrepreneurship Among Girls

In a world with growing environmental concerns, wood is a valuable and scarce resource. As the need for low-cost, eco-friendly infrastructures rises, a bevy of initiatives have emerged that seek to offer sustainable solutions for varied needs for green architecture. Bisman Deu is one such inventor-entrepreneur who invented a new variety of sustainable wood from rice waste. What makes Bisman’s case noteworthy is the fact that the girl from Chandigarh was only 15 years old when she founded GreenWood.

Bisman’s invention turned the spotlight on her when she was still a school-going teenager. Born in India, she spent a few years in England before returning to India with her parents. She graduated from Strawberry Fields High School in Chandigarh, and is now back in England where she studies economics, politics and international studies at the University of Warwick. Many a great idea stems from real life experiences and Bisman’s tryst with sustainable wood started out on similar lines.

Bisman developed a prototype of the recycled wood, combining husk with resin and compressing the mix into particle boards. The invention earned her a place in Unicef’s state of the world’s children report in 2015. Green Wood also took home the prize for winning idea at the Social Innovation Relay, an international competition that encourages social innovations among school students. Continuing to develop the wood to this day, Bisman hopes it will offer low-cost building solutions for people. “GreenWood makes me want to make a difference in the hope of transforming thousands if not millions of lives,” she says. Today, Bisman divides her time between academics and promoting entrepreneurship among students, particularly girls.

She founded a campaign, titled Colour the World Pink, which promotes young girls to take up leadership opportunities and chart their own path to success. “Being fortunate enough to make my voice heard and having interacted with entrepreneurs from across the world, I realized, there is a huge problem of missing women in the corporate world,” she says.

Taking note of the great disparity, she has taken it upon herself to inculcate an entrepreneurial spirit in young girls and let them know that they too can make it to the top. Pink is often associated with stereotypical depiction of the feminine, but Bisman reclaims the colour to assert independent thought and action.

As part of the campaign, she travels to schools and engages with the student through her own experiences of innovation and encourages them to take up similar initiatives. She recently organized an event in collaboration with Blue Ocean Technology, inviting a CFO to speak about the need for soft skills, and holds bake sales and lemonade sales to give the students a hands-on experience of running a business.
 

Sunday, February 26, 2017

OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE - OM PRAKASH



Om Prakash (19 December 1919 – 21 February 1998) was an Indian character actor. He was born in Lahore, now Pakistan, as Om Prakash Chibber. He used to play the role of Kamla in the stage play by the famous Dewan Mandir Natak Samaj Koliwada. He joined All India Radio in 1937 on a monthly salary of Rs 25. He was known as “Fateh Din”, a radio personality and his programmes made him popular all over Lahore and Punjab.

He was regaling people at a wedding one day when the well-known film-maker Dalsukh Pancholi spotted him and asked to see him in his Lahore office. Pancholi gave Prakash his first break as an actor in the film Daasi. He was paid only Rs 80 but the film earned him the kind of recognition that would give him a means of livelihood for a lifetime. It was his first major role; he had played a bit role in Sharif Badmash, a silent film. He followed his good work in Daasi with Pancholi’s Dhamki and Aayee Bahar.
Soon after the Partition he came to Delhi and then to Bombay (now Mumbai). Baldev Raj Chopra noticed his talent when he was a film journalist and critic; he urged Prakash to carry on with his acting career. He was sure Om Prakash had the talent to prove himself as a versatile actor. The actor had to face some struggle initially. He got his first break as a villain in a film called Lakhpati. It won him acclaim and got him roles in films like Lahore, Char Din and Raat Ki Rani. It was during this phase in his career that he did Azaad with Dilip Kumar, Sargam with Raj Kapoor and Miss Mary, Bahar, Pehli Jhalak, Asha and Manmauji with Kishore Kumar followed by Howrah Bridge with Ashok Kumar and then Tere Ghar Ke Samne with Dev Anand. He was marked out for his performance in both films in spite of the presence of powerful star personas like Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Ashok Kumar, Kishore Kumar and Dev Anand. He had developed a style of his own, a style which was going to take him places, make him a big name in the world of film entertainment for the next forty years.

Om Prakash soon became a household name. He was good in almost every character he played. He was the comedian, the family man burdened with problems, the munshi, the alcoholic fallen on bad days because of the evil designs of the villain, the nagged husband, the old man in love, the wily politician and the big brother with a heart of gold. He played an assortment of characters with the same ease and had some of the best directors vying for him every time they had a role which they felt only he could play. His role in Gopi is still remembered, some analysts think he has overshadowed Dilip Saab.

Om Prakash was a versatile actor with 307 films to his credit. One can never forget his comic performances in Howrah Bridge, Dus Lakh (he won his first major award for this performance), Pyar Kiye Jaa, Padosan, Sadhu Aur Shaitaan, Dil Daulat Duniya, Chupke Chupke, Namak Halaal, Gol Maal and Chameli Ki Shaadi. His performance as Dilip Kumar’s elder brother in Gopi gave his career new impetus. He proved that he could play mature roles with equal ease and depth: Films like Chacha Zindabad, Khandan, Haryali Aur Raasta, Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai, Pati Patni, Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare, Mere Hamdam Mere Dost, Annadata, Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati, Doli, Chirag, Amar Prem, Aankh Micholi, Ek Hasina Do Diwane, Anuraag, Zanjeer, Sagina, Aa Gale Lag Jaa, Loafer, Roti, Julie, Khushboo, Lawaaris, Bandish, Sharaabi and Chameli Ki Shaadi. Om Prakash had a special rapport with Amitabh Bachchan and both worked in many successful films spanning from Zanjeer to Sharaabi.Prakash produced many films Sanjog (1961), Jahan Ara (1964) and Gateway of India (1957).

Om Prakash suffered massive heart attack in his home and rushed to Lilavati Hospital situated in Mumbai where he suffered another heart attack and went into a coma from which he never came out. He died on 21 February 1998.

PB Parivar offers tribute to this great actor and ex AIR employee from bottom of our heart. 

Source and Credit :- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Om_Prakash

India's biggest broadcaster revamps news studios


Lawo will supply mixers for the news upgrade. Indian state broadcaster Doordarshan (DD), one the largest TV networks in the world has upgraded its news studios. Providing national, regional and local programming, Doordarshan operates around 21 channels including DD News, DD National, DD Sport and DD Bharati. The new studio will provide fully integrated operations with a new suite of news gathering technology.

Systems integration for the Doordarshan Central Production Centre (CPC) project has been handled by Sun Broadcast, and will include mixers from German company Lawo. Planning began in mid-2015, with the contract awarded 12 months later. The console order was placed with Lawo in October 2016. The installation is currently underway with completion set for the end of March.

“We won the tender with a 40-fader mc²36 with 96+96 DSP channels," said Lawo sales director for Southeast Asia, Tan Boon Siong. "It's the first mc² series mixing console at DD. As well as price, we won on our ability to meet all the technical requirements laid down by Doordarshan. We have complied with all the technical requirements of the studio design technical team. Now the installation is nearly complete, with parameter verification, performance testing expected to take one year for the approval process.” Lawo is headquartered in the Rhine valley town of Rastatt, Germany. 

Source and credit :- http://www.tvtechglobal.com/audio/india-s-biggest-broadcaster-revamps-news-studios/01665
Forwarded By :- Shri. Jainender Nigam, PB NewsDesk prasarbharati.newsdeskgmail.com

AIR Coimbatore covered live prog.for the visit of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi



Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited Coimbatore to consecrate the statue of ADHI YOGI , release a book on ADHI YOGI in connection with The Maha Sivarathiri celebrations at Isha Foundation.Arriving to the venue by helicopter, PM addressed a very large gathering after consecrating the Statue and releasing the book.

'Yoga is a journey from Me to We" the PM said adding to that the Yoga is a passport to health assurance and it is a means to wellness."The people of this country ,who worship trees and animals along with Gods, lived in harmony with Nature" adding to that, PM reiterated "Women led empowerment is the answer for everything".Earlier Isha Yoga's Founder Jaggi Vasudev complimented The Prime Minister for "taking to the street to promote the ancient science of Yoga"

All India Radio Coimbatore has covered the event live in its both the channels (Primary and FM Rainbow) and the Radio Report of the same was broadcast in all the Primary and FM Rainbow channels of Tamilnadu and Pudhucherry.

Contributed By:K.Chitralega,Head of Office/AD (P),All India Radio,phaircoimbatore@gmail.com

Inspiration:Bronze-Tinged Happiness: A Domestic Helps’ Daughter Made Her Mother Proud at Judo Nationals


Twelve-year-old Sharmila may not have the means and resources to have the best, but she certainly knows how to make the best of what she has.The resident of Jalandhar has proven that nothing can stop one from achieving their goals by winning a bronze medal in judo in the Khelo India national-level competitions in the Under-14 category.The youngster, who proved that there is no substitute for hard work, participated in the 23 kg category in the championship organised by the ministry of youth affairs and sports, held in Jaipur.

Sharmila lives in a one-room setting with her mother and her two siblings. Her mother, who works as a domestic help, has been the only earning member of the family since their father left home. However, Sharmila was determined to bring some cheer into their lives and worked hard towards her goal.She used to dedicatedly practise every day with her brother and ensured that she maintained a weight of 23 kg, as advised by her coach, so that she could participate in that category.

Sharmila’s mother, who says that she works extremely hard to ensure that her children eat and study well, is ecstatic by her daughter’s win. Her daughter’s happiness too knows no bounds.

“I will never leave judo in my life, isse bhi zyada medals jeet kar, mamma ko khush karna hai (I want to win even more medals and make my mother happy), ” she told Hindustan Times

Saturday, February 25, 2017

AIR Delhi presents Lok Raag on 28.02.2017

Prasar Bharati cricket club entered the finals of Inter media Cricket tournament


Prasar Bharati cricket club entered the finals of Inter media Cricket tournament defeating arch rivals Doordarshan in the exciting semifinals today. Now will meet ministry of I&B in the finals on 1.3.17.

Contributed By:Ravinder Singh ,rsingh69.rs@gmail.com

Inspiration-Meet Shawna Pandya, the third Indian-origin female space scientist.

Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams are two female astronauts of Indian origin who made the nation proud. Joining the club is Dr. Shawna Pandya, an Indo-Canadian astronaut, who has been a part of various on ground space missions in the United States.

32-year-old Shawna is immensely gifted. She's a talented author, a general physician, and also an international Taekwondo champion, apart from being a space scientist. She also took training in Muay Thai from a Navy seal. Muay Thai is a professional combat sport that originated in Thailand. Speaking with Edmonton Sun, Pandya said, "Since I was a kid, I loved space, I loved the stars. So this kind of is a realisation of a lifelong dream." She had previously interned at the Johnson Space Centre in NASA.

Shawna graduated from the University of Alberta, doing her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in neuroscience. Later on, she did her masters in space sciences from the International Space University in France and MD in medicine from the University of Alberta. She enrolled herself in medical school and the space programme simultaneously, considering the latter a backup option. She had training in speaking French, Russian and Spanish.

With her roots in Mumbai, she visited the city to see her family and she has been giving motivational talks at the local hospitals, speaking with doctors and practising students. In an interview with Hindustan Times, she said, "I met students from Lilavatibai Podar High School and the questions they asked me were brilliant, right from zero-gravity experiences to outer space. When I talked to medical students, I realised they have the zeal to venture out but aren’t always aware of the ways in which they can. All we need is to get acquainted with everyday developments in science, be resilient, and always try to achieve something bigger."

Shawna also had training in neurosurgery for some time but however, she does possess her medical license in general medicine. In a recent Facebook post, she said, "I look forward to continuing my work as a physician, speaker and citizen-scientist astronaut and aquanaut, and just as importantly, look forward to continuing my work with outreach and education about these projects."

Disaster preparedness: APRO to use amateur radio


To add teeth to the disaster preparedness, Assam Police Radio Organisation (APRO) has decided to fall back on the use of amateur radio, also known as HAM radio.The APRO is already working on a plan to regroup trained HAM radio operators once again after the Government of India lifted the ban on its use recently.At a seminar organised by APRO on ‘Restoration of Communication in a Disaster Scenario - Role of First Responder’ here today, Director General of Assam Police Mukesh Sahay opined that the use of conventional and simple gadgets should never be done away with completely as they are easy to handle in times of crisis.

“Disaster has increased both in number and gravity. Therefore, preparing for the ‘unknown unknowns’ is very crucial from the perspective of disaster preparedness, especially when all the communication channels might run out of order. Trained HAM radio operators could come in handy at such times,” Sahay said.Special Director General of Police (Law and Order) Kula Saikia dwelt at length on the significance of developing infrastructure independent communication system, which may prove to be the most effective and the only medium of communication at times of crisis.

“When all the conventional setups run out of order at the time of disaster, it is the infrastructure-free communication that may prove to be crucial,” Saikia said.On HAM radio, he urged the APRO to regroup the system.S Ram Mohan, Director, National Institute of Amateur Radio, Hyderabad, who played an active role in a number of post-disaster mitigation exercises in India, said that inter-agency cooperation is an unavoidable proposition when it comes to disaster preparedness.He stressed the need for a well defined command structure, which makes the operation swift.“Good communication and informed coordination are quintessential,” he added.

The APRO is already working on a plan to regroup trained HAM radio operators once again after the Government of India lifted the ban on its use recently.


Forwarded By:Alokesh Gupta,New Delhi,alokeshgupta@gmail.com

Friday, February 24, 2017

Perfect wavelength - Dr. Vageesh, musician-musicologist, traces his career with Akashvani

- An article in 'The Hindu' by Ranjani Govind


It was good to see Dr. K. Vageesh receive the Ganakala Bhushana Award at the 47th Karnataka Ganakala Parishath proceedings recently in Bengaluru. The 62-year-old musician-musicologist-composer committed to his task at the helm of Akashvani for 36 years came up with an informative lec-dem as he explained the nuances of the much-debated Abheri and Karnataka Devagandari.

“Only a musician, who is also a musicologist can demonstrate such finenuances,” said Dr. R.K. Padmanabha, president of the Ganakala Parishath after honouring Dr. Vageesh with the Ganakala Bhushana Award. “Vageesh, who is integral to the much-appreciated AIR auditions, has studied, sung, reflected and worked with the grammar of music for more than four decades. The Parishath is happy to recognise his lifetime achievements,” announced Mr. Padmanabha.

Dr. Krishna Vageesh, top-grade artist of AIR, now on an extension as the Deputy Director General (Music) Prasar Bharati, New Delhi, was born in 1954 in Mysore. Belonging to a family obsessed with classical melody for generations, he also boasts a lineage of love for Sanskrit, the Vedas and divinity attached to temple histories.

Music was deep-rooted with grandfather Srirangachar rubbing shoulders with M.D. Ramanathan as his classmate. Vageesh also took guidance from Tiger Varadachari. “M.D. Ramanathan visited us at Kathwadipura Agrahara in Mysore, a traditionally erudite neighbourhood where we were brought up. He once heard me sing the Kamalamba Navavarana kriti and had prophesied that I would make it big,” reminisces Vageesh.

Mysore has always been a vibrant cultural hub. “The echoes of naada and Veda in the Agrahara where I grew up still linger in my ears,” says Vageesh.

Three awards

Vageesh’s entry into Akashvani was just by chance. “I was a senior chemist with SKF and was frequently recording for Akashvani. Y.S.K. Rao, then Director, who listened to me on one such occasion, said, ‘Why don’t you apply for a job in Akashvani?’ Soon I was selected through UPSC as Programme Executive at New Delhi Akashvani in 1980. I was put in charge of Yuvavani,” recalls Dr. Vageesh. “I am grateful to stalwarts such as veena Doreswamy Iyengar and R.K. Srikantan, who encouraged me to be part of radio broadcasting. I bagged three annual awards for my musical productions, Navras, Silence in Music and Haathon Ka Tharaana,” he says.

Although his aunt H.S. Mahalakshmi of the Tiger Varadachari school was his formal guru, this gold medallist in M.A. (Music) expanded his horizon with guidance from faculty stalwarts such as Prof. Ramarathnam, Gowrie Kuppuswamy and R. Vishweshwaran. “They helped me reach where I am today,” says Vageesh. “I used to observe all the old-time greats too and that included their mannerisms. I loved imitating them and even adopted some of their techniques in my presentations,” he says. This analytical mind helped me pursue a doctorate in Dikshitar compositions.”

Vageesh was a winner all along, from music competitions in school and college, to State and reputed music organisations such as the Bangalore Gayana Samaja, Karnataka Ganakala Parishath and the Music Academy in Chennai. Winning the AIR competition earned him a B-grade status as a youth artist.

Vageesh considers his stint as the Assistant Station Director in charge of the music section at the Directorate a precious opportunity as he watched stalwarts such as M.S. Gopalakrishnan, Emani Sankara Sastry, Madirimangalam Ramachandran and T.K. Govinda Rao conduct their orchestral productions. The years as the Deputy Director, National Programmes and Sangeeth Sammelan later, was a huge learning curve as he discussed the orchestrated pieces with sitar maestro Ravishankar, Vijaya Raghava Rao and Anil Biswas.

Vageesh’s phase as a composer began 15 years ago, with a kriti in raga Ranjani. He has to his credit 100 compositions as varnams, kritis and tillanas. “I have a few CDs of my compositions too,” says Vageesh, who conducts Tyagaraja aradhana at his residence in Bengaluru every year.

Source & Credit : http://www.thehindu.com/society/history-and-culture/He-was-at-the-helm-of-Akashvani/article17353778.ece
Forwarded by : Jhavendra Dhruw  jhavendra.dhruw@gmail.com

आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन अमरावती को राजभाषा में उत्कृष्ट कार्य के लिए प्रथम पुरस्कार




नगर राजभाषा कार्यान्वयन समिती (नराकास) अमरावती द्वारा ता. 23/02/2017 को हॉटेल ग्रेस इन अमरावती में डॉ. सुनिता यादव, उप निदेशक, राजभाषा विभाग गृह मंत्रालय (प.क्षे.) नवी मुंबई कि प्रमुख उपस्थिती में एवम् अरविंद देसाई ,संयुक्त आयकर आयुक्त, अमरावती कि अध्यक्षता में तथा श्री.संजय लिल्हारे, महाप्रबंधक दूरसंचार, अमरावती. और श्री. ओमप्रकाश काकडा, माजी सदस्य सचिव, नराकास अमरावती कि उपस्थिती में छ: माही बैठक में 2015-16 में राजभाषा में उत्कृष्ट कार्य के लिए राजभाषा पुरस्कारोका वितरण किया गया| जिसमें आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन अमरावती को प्रथम पुरस्कार से सन्मानीत किया गया | उल्लेखनीय बात यह है कि, आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन प्रक्षेपण केंद्र अमरावती को लगातार चार साल से राजभाषा में कार्य के लिए पुरस्कार प्राप्त को रहे है | 2012-13 में प्रथम, 2013-14 में तृतीय, 2014-15 में द्वितीय और 2015-16 के लिए प्रथम पुरस्कार प्राप्त हुआ है | जब कि यहा पर कोई भी प्रशासनिक कर्मचारी उपलब्ध नही है | इस बैठक में श्री. प्रकाश आमले (अभियांत्रिकी प्रमुख, आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन, अमरावती), श्री. आर. आर. देव (सहायक अभियंता) तथा श्री.ए.ए. खान (अभियांत्रिकी सहायक) ने पुरस्कार स्वीकार किया |

पुरस्कार प्राप्त होते हि, श्री.वाय.एच. चिवंडे (निदेशक अभियांत्रिकी, आकाशवाणी नागपूर ) इन्होने सभी का दूरभाष पर अभिनंदन किया | राजभाषा में कार्य करने के लिए सहयोग हेतू श्री.प्रकाश आमले (अभियांत्रिकी प्रमुख, आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन, अमरावती), द्वारा कार्यक्रम विभाग और अभियांत्रिकी विभाग का आभार व्यक्त किया | वार्षिक रिपोर्ट तयार करने हेतू लिये गये परिश्रम हेतू श्री.आर.आर. देव (सहायक अभियंता) तथा श्री.ए.ए. खान (अभियांत्रिकी सहायक) का विशेष आभार व्यक्त किया गया |

योगदान :प्रकाश आमले,अभियांत्रिकी प्रमुख, आकाशवाणी एवम् दूरदर्शन, अमरावती

AIR Mangaluru celebrated Radio Kisan Diwas of 15th February 2017 .....,


All India Radio, Mangaluru in collaboration with Krishi Vichara Vinimaya Kendra, Moodubidre and MCS Bank, Moodubidre, celebrated Radio Kisan Diwas on 15th February 2017 at ‘Kalpavruksha Sabhangana’,Moodubidre.

Sri.Bahubali Prasad, Director, MCS Bank, Moodubidre inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp and switching on the radio. In his inaugural speech he commended the role of All India Radio, Kisanvani programme in particular, in the development of Agriculture of the region. He stressed the need for updating our knowledge so as to keep in pace with the developments in agriculture. Dr.H.Kempe Gowda, Joint Director of Agriculture of Dakshina Kannda District spoke on the occasion and stressed the need for optimum utilization of resources including soil, nutrient and water for sustainable development. He also highlighted the importance of soil health card and crop insurance.

Rajaverma Bailangady, President of Krishi Vichara Vinimaya Kendra, Moodubidre, insisted on regular listening of radio kisanvani programme to know recent developments in agriculture and he opined that it is a forum for sharing farmers experiences. G.Rameshchandran, Deputy Director(Engineerig) graced the occasion.


Smt.Ushalatha.S, Assistant Director(Programme) of AIR,MANGALURU chaired the function and in her speech highlighted the role played by AIR in rural development and listeners need to utilize the radio programme for their own betterment.

Dr.Sadananda Holla, Programme Executive(Co-Ordination),in his introductory remarks stressed the need for Akashvani programmes in deveoloping rural economy. Progressive famer Smt. and Sri.Jaya Chandra Rao ,Kurdel were falicitated on this occasion.T.Shyam Prasad, Programme Executive(Kisanvani) compered the programme and thanked the dignitaries and the gathering.

After the inauguration, seminar was held on various issues like how to double the agriculture output in vegetable and pepper crops, value addition and processing of fruits, farmers experiences in poultry farming, cocoa and paddy cultivation and radio kisanvani listeners experiences. More than 250 farmers attended the days function.

Contributed by: T.Shyam Prasad.T,Programme executive(Kisanvani),ALL INDIA RADIO,MANGALURU,Mob:9449627093

AIR Baripada Anniversary tomorrow. Here is a brief Profile


Date of Commissioning of This Station: 25.02. 1991.
Name of Programme Head: Shri Lachhaman Paleya, PEX. 
Name of Engineering Head: Shri Swarup Kumar Mandal, AE.

Awards.
Got best maintained Station Award in the year 2012. 
Play “DHAALU” was awarded 1st Prize in Drama Category in Akashvani Annual Award Competition 1997. Production Team: - R.N. Lakra, Announcer, Sadhuram Singh, Tech., T.K. Srichandan, PEX, T.K. Rout, Producer.

Name of Engineering Heads who have earlier served at this station: -
i) Shri A.R. Sheikh, SE from 26.03.1990 to 30.04. 1993.
ii) Shri P.P. Bhattacharya, SE form 12.07. 1994 to 12.08.1997.
iii) Shri S. Tajan, SE from 09. l1. 1998 to 05.07.2000.
iv) Shri S.K.Mandal, AE from 02.08.2000 to 22.04.2003.
v) Shri D.C. Hembram, ASE from 23.04.2003 to 08. I 0.2003.
vi) Shri Swapan Poddar, ASE from 1 I .06.2004 to 30.03.2007.
vii) Shri R.N. De, ADE from I 4.12.2009 to 31.05.2015
viii) Shri S.K. Mandal, AE from 16.06.2015 to till date.

Name of the Programme Heads who have earlier served at this station: -
i) Shri A.K. Padhi, SD from 31. 10. 1991 to 27.02. 1993.
ii) Shri Srikanta Das, SD from .1).04. 1993 to 10.06. 1997.
iii) Shri J.C. Mishra, SD from 11.06. 1997 to 3 1 . I 0.2002.
iv) Shri T.K. Panda, PEX frfim 01 .1 1.2002 to 28.09.2003. 
v) Shri K.K. Mishra, SD from 29.09.2003 to 22. 12.2004.
vi) Mrs. Bulbul Bose, PEX from 23. 12.2004 to 05.08.2007.
vii) Shri B.K. Rudra, PEX from 06.08.2007 to 30.09.201 0.
viii) Shri B.N. Singh, PEX from 01. 10.2010 to 3 1.03.2015.
ix) Shri J.R. Munda, PEX from 0 1 .04.2015 to 3 1.05.2015.
x) Shri L. Paleya, PEX from 01.06.2015 to Till date.

During super cyclone in October 1999, that hit Od isha State severely, Mayurbhanj District was also in the danger zone, Al R, Baripada under took round the clock transmission time, disseminated latest information regarding the cyclone informed people of the steps being taken by the local administration. Hundreds of phone calls were attended by the AIR staff to answer the anxiety of the people on Cyclone.

During “HUDHUD” Cyclone in October, 2014 that hit the Odisha Coast. AIR, Baripada made round the clock transmissions and informed people of preemptive steps to be taken in case of emergency in consultation with local administration. 

Contributed By :- AIR BARIPADA airbaripada@gmail.com All India Radio,Baripada, Odisha-757002

Choicest best wishes from PB Parivar

आकाशवाणी लखनऊ की कण्ठहार बनी मेट्रो !


लखनऊ मेट्रो रेल इन दिनों आकाशवाणी लखनऊ के 18,विधान सभा मार्ग स्थित प्रशासनिक और स्टूडियो भवन की कण्ठहार बनी हुई है।इसके मुख्य द्वार के सामने मेट्रो की भूमिगत लाइनें बिछाने का काम चल रहा है।मेट्रो से आकाशवाणी केन्द्र पहुंचने के लिए पास के दो भूमिगत स्टेशन होंगे-एक तो हुसैनगंज और दूसरा सचिवालय ।प्रधान सलाहकार और मेट्रोमैन के नाम से विख्यात ई0श्रीधरन के नेतृत्व में लखनऊ मेट्रो की इस महत्वाकांक्षी परियोजना पर इन दिनों तेजी से काम चल रहा है।नार्थ साउथ कारीडोर के हुसैनगंज,सचिवालय और हजरतगंज के तीन प्रस्तावित भूमिगत स्टेशनों पर टनल बोरिंग मशीनें दिन-रात सुरंगें और डायफ्राम वाल बना रही हैं।सुरंग बनाने के साथ साथ रिंग डालने ,ट्रैक बिछाने और ओवरहेड इलेक्ट्रिक वायर का भी काम होगा।मेट्रो कोच की पहली खेप आ चुकी है और दूसरी मार्च के पहले सप्ताह तक आएगी।दिसम्बर में इसके टहले चरण के ट्रायल का काम हो चुका है।प्रबन्ध निदेशक कुमार केशव ने उम्मीद जताई है कि लखनऊ डिपो में मेट्रो कोचों को 26मार्च से पहले कामर्शियल संचालन के लिए तैयार कर लिया जाएगा।लखनऊ शहर के लिए उच्च क्षमता मास ट्रांज़िट प्रणाली यानि लखनऊ मेट्रो के लिए दिल्ली मेट्रो रेल कार्पोरेशन ने ही योजनाएं बनाई हैं और यह काम श्रेई इंटरनेशनल को दिया है। इनकी रिपोर्ट के अनुसार लखनऊ में जमीन पर एक कि॰मी॰ मेट्रो पर १५ करोड़ रु का व्यय आयेगा, वहीं भूमिगत लाइन में यह बढ़कर २७ करोड़ हो जायेगा।उम्मीद के पंखों पर सवार लखनऊ के लोग अपनी हसरत भरी निगाहों से उस दिन की बेसब्री से प्रतीक्षा में हैं जब वे मेट्रो पर सवार होकर हवा से गुफ़्तगू कर सकेंगे।की सभी तैयारियां पूरी कर ली गयी हैं। यूं तो लखनऊ मेट्रो कई मायनों में खास है,लेकिन एक और बात जो लखनऊ मेट्रो को और भी ज्यादा खास बनाती है वो यह कि प्रतिभा और प्राची शर्मा वो दो लेडी पायलट हैं जो लखनऊ मेट्रो को दौड़ाएगी।प्रतिभा और प्राची दोनों ही इलाहाबाद से हैं।

लखनऊ मेट्रो में खास सुविधाएं:
ट्रेन कोच के अन्दर दीवारो से सटाकर 186 सीटें लगाई गयी हैं।दिव्यांगों के लिए दरवाजे के पास ही व्हील चेयर को लॉक करने की सुविधा दी गई है।दृष्टिबाधित यात्रियों के लिए ब्रेल लिपि में स्टिकर्स लगाए गए हैं।इसके साथ ही ट्रेन के कोच को साउंडप्रूफ बनाया गया है।कोच में यात्री आराम से खड़े हो सकें इसके लिए ग्रैब सिस्टम यानी हैडिंल लगाये गये हैं।वहीं, यात्रियों को स्टेशन की सूचना देने के लिए एलईडी की जगह पर एलसीडी स्क्रीन लगाई गयी है।मेट्रो अफसरों का कहना है कि एलईडी की अपेक्षा एलसीडी पर सूचना अधिक साफ दिखाई देगी।मोबाईल चार्जिंग के लिए 2 की जगह 6 प्वाइंट दिये गए हैं।मेट्रो कोच के अंदर सीसीटीवी कैमरे से निगरानी की व्यवस्था की गई है।साथ ही ट्रेन ऑपरेटर से लाइव बातचीत के लिए टॉक-बैक की सुविधा दी गयी है।तो जनाब,नवाबों के इस शहर में आइए मेट्रो का इस्तकबाल कीजिए।

ब्लाग रिपोर्ट-प्रफुल्ल कुमार त्रिपाठी,लखनऊ,मोबाइल नं09839229128ईमेल ;darshgrandpa@gail.com

After 'Circus', Doordarshan to revive 'Malgudi Days', 'Fauji' and other iconic shows

National broadcaster seeks sponsors to re-run top '80s serials, including Hum Log, Wagle Ki Duniya and SRK-starrer Fauji.A few days after the Indian government's autonomous public service broadcaster, Doordarshan, began airing Shah Rukh Khan's highly-popular 1989 television series, Circus, the channel is set to revisit archives and bring back their popular shows. Doordarshan Director General, Supriya Sahu, informs hitlist that the national broadcaster's celebrated series, including Malgudi Days, Hum Log, Buniyaad and Wagle Ki Duniya, will be aired again, after almost three decades.

"We receive several requests for re-runs of Doordarshan's iconic shows. So, while we are working on a face-lift of the channel by bringing in fresh content, we also want to give our audience a peek into the past, so that they can relive those beautiful memories," says Sahu. She adds that a prime half-hour weekend slot is being considered to benefit from the increased viewership. "We are also looking at getting fresh sponsors for the iconic shows."One might question the relevance of serials dating back to an era that's at odds with the present. But, Sahu asserts that the classics continue to resonate with the current generation. "These shows had attracted family audience in the past and are still fresh in people's minds. Even if you watch them today, they don't feel dated."

With platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime making content from across the border available at one's fingertips, is digitisation of the national broadcasting channel inevitable? Sahu refuses to divulge details but says that the team is in the process of amending the archival tapes to suit modern technology. "People should have access to good content, and for it, we have decided to go digital.As a public broadcaster, we also want to preserve the cultural heritage," she says.

Doordarshan classics set for revival

Fauji: The 1989 SRK- starrer, which marked the actor's television debut, followed the training of Indian Army commandos.Malgudi Days: The 1986 series, based on the works of Indian writer RK Narayan, found its inspiration in the daily life of the common man. It was sketched by acclaimed cartoonist, RK Laxman Hum Log: The 1984 saga of Basesar Ram and his family revolved around the struggles of a middle-class family Wagle Ki Duniya: The 1988 comedy was based on characters created by RK Laxman and his muse — the common man

Source & Credit:http://www.mid-day.com/articles/srk-circus-doordarshan-revive-malgudi-days-buniyaad-hum-log-fauji-tv-shows-telly-news/18016152

http://www.ibtimes.co.in/after-circus-doordarshan-bring-back-malgudi-days-fauji-other-iconic-shows-717006

https://www.thequint.com/social-buzz/2017/02/22/after-shah-rukh-khans-circus-doordharshan-to-bring-back-other-90s-tv-shows
Forwarded By:Jainender NigamPB Newsdesk & Social Media ,prasarbharati.newsdesk@gmail.com

Thursday, February 23, 2017

AIR Barmer completes 25 years of it's glorious journey



Best wishes from Prasar Bharati Parivar

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20 किलोमीटर तक सुन सकेंगे रेडियो खांची की आवाज

रांची विश्वविद्यालय के प्रस्तावित कम्यूनिटी रेडियो स्टेशन में 50 वाट का ट्रांसमीटर लगाया जाएगा। इस रेडियो स्टेशन का रेंज 12 से 20 किलोमीटर का होगा। यानी मोरहाबादी से लेकर 20 किलोमीटर के दायरे में रहने वाले छात्र-छात्राओं को इसका लाभ मिलेगा। इसका नाम रेडियो खांची होगा। यह निर्णय मंगलवार को पीजी बॉटनी विभाग में कुलपति डॉ. रमेश कुमार पांडेय की अध्यक्षता में हुई टेक्निकल कमेटी की बैठक में लिया गया। बैठक में प्रतिकुलपति डॉ. कामिनी कुमार, वित्त परामर्शी, डीन साइंस डॉ.अंजनी श्रीवास्तव, रजिस्ट्रार डॉ.अमर कुमार चौधरी, निदेशक दूरदर्शन प्रमोद कुमार झा, इंजीनियर एसपी सिंह, एफओ डॉ.प्रीतम कुमार व प्रस्तावित कम्यूनिटी रेडियो स्टेशन के निदेशक डॉ.आनंद ठाकुर थे।

30 मीटर ऊंची होगी एंटीना
रेडियो स्टेशन मोरहाबादी स्थित बेसिक साइंस भवन में स्थापित किया जाएगा। यहां 30 मीटर ऊंची एंटीना लगाई जाएगी। बैठक में कहा गया कि दूरदर्शन व आकाशवाणी के टेक्निकल विशेषज्ञों से बातचीत कर टेक्निकल ड्राफ्ट तैयार किया जाएगा। इसी के आधार पर झारखंड सरकार से आर्थिक सहयोग मांगा जाएगा।
अत्याधुनिक होगा स्टेशन

कुलपति प्रो.रमेश कुमार पांडेय ने कहा कि रेडियो स्टेशन अत्याधुनिक बनाया जाएगा, ताकि विद्यार्थियों को अधिकतम फायदा हो। इसे स्किल डेवलेपमेंट प्रोग्राम से जोड़ा जाएगा। क्लास रूम में चल रहीं कक्षाओं की रिकार्डिग भी होगी। रांची विवि के जो विशेष एल्युमिनी रांची आएंगे, उनका साक्षात्कार भी लिया जाएगा।

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