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14861 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 45 Program Themes | 154 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

Janhit mein jaari: Raushan hua jahan (Solar energy) (Hindi)   
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Janhit mein jaari is an award-winning programme produced by CMS Community Radio. Janhit mein jaari is a radio programme based on the issues related public welfare. This is a live phone-in programme based on solar lantern. In this programme, we discuss the ways of getting solar facilities in a village.

Community Ka Kamaal: Ekta Ramleela (Hindi)   
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Community ka Kammal is an award-winning programme of CMS Community Radio. 

Janhit Me Jaari (Hindi)   
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Janhit Me Jaari is a programme that awares community members about various issues  like drunk driving, HIV/AIDS, leprosy etc.

Saathi Haath Badhana (Domestic violence) (Hindi)   
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This episode of Saathi Haath Badhana is based on the issue of domestic violence which is quite rampant in India. Women often face cruel behaviour of her husband and other members of family for reasons like dowry, not giving birth to male child etc. This episode tries to look into the reasons of domestic violence while seeking its solutions from people who often face it. 

Saathi Haath Badhana (Gender discrimination) (Hindi)   
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This episode is based on gender bias. The aim of the programme is to make people aware that there is no difference between son and daughter.Both of them can perform  well in their respective fields, if they are given proper guidance and education.

Saathi Haath Badhana (Superstition) (Hindi)   
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Saathi Haath Badhana is a radio programme series that focuses on problems and issues related to rural community, where the programmes are prepared with keen participation of the community people.

The 4th episode of the series is based on 'superstition' (andhvishvash) prevailed in in rural area. The aim of the programme is to make people aware about the ill effects of superstitions in their normal life.

 

Saathi Haath Badhana (Child Marriage) (Hindi)   
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Saathi Haath Badhana is a radio programme series that focuses on problems and issues related to rural community, where the programmes are prepared with keen participation of the people.

The episode-5 of the series is based on the fatal issue of child marriage (Bal-Vivah), prevalent across rural areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh.

 

Saathi Haath Badhana (Alcohol) (Hindi)   
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Saathi Haath Badhana is a radio programme series that focuses on problems and issues related to rural community, where the programmes are prepared with keen participation of the community people.

This is the 3rd episode of the series to make rural community aware about the ill effects of consuming alcohol and chewing tobacco products.

Saathi Haath Badhana (Drinking water) (Hindi)   
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This programme is based on the issues of health and hygiene.The objective of this programme is to create awareness among about importance of clean and safe drinking water. It also informs about the simplest ways of cleaning water fetched from wells and hand-pumps.

Saahi Haath Badhana (Dengue) (Hindi)   
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Saahi Haath Badhana is a radio series being broadcast on CMS Radio Lucknow. This programme is based on the issue of Dengue fever, causes symptoms and its cure.

 

CMS Radio Lucknow

<p>Vision: CMS Community Radio will be an important part of our richly diverse community while maintaining appropriate scale and through accountability to our local community.</p> <p>Mission: CMS Community Radio is a vital resource for building and sustaining community, ready to serve in times of emergency, airing locally relevant information and entertainment to listeners, creating a forum through which every voice can be heard.</p>

<p>CMS Girls Degree College started the radio as en effective medium for providing education to members of poverty-ridden community with no access to entertainment. The idea of education here includes raising awareness on social issues, particularly those concerning women, like female foeticide and inheritance laws.</p>

CMS Community Radio @90.4 MHz broadcasts programmes daily for eight hours between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm and 7:00 – 11:00 pm

Language of Broadcast: Hindi or local dialect

Name of the Programme

Format

Description
Geeto Ki Jhankar Folk Music Folk music is played recorded by the community members themselves. Aims to also conserve folk culture.
Nanho Ki Dunia Rhymes and Songs Rhymes and songs recorded by school children and some children from slums area, children set their own tune.
Shakti and Anmol Ratna Interviews Women who are excelling in their area of work are invited and they are the role models for other women.
Sathi Haath Bhadhana Plays (Dramas) Addresses a variety of social issues related to rural community; community members participate with great enthusiasm. Broadcast every Thursday at 8:00 am
Janhit Me Jari Pre-Recorded Information about various Government schemes is shared every Monday. 15-20 minute slot. Sometimes officers from various government departments are also invited in our studio to give details about various schemes and plans for common people. There is also a live broadcast of this programme.

Source: Compendium 2011 and 2012, CEMCA and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

<p>Signature Programme: Community Baatcheet Community Participation: Programmes are prepared with active participation of community members during village visits undertaken by CMS Community Radio team members. Community members often express a need for programmes on agriculture, sanitation and hygiene besides advice on legal aspects and mother and child care. Innovations in Format Some innovative programmes involving community are in discussion and these will take the shape of radio programmes very soon. This will be a mile-stone for the local community.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships All expenses related to infrastructure and equipment at the point of inception were met by the school since CMS Community Radio is a unit of City Montessori School which also pays for staff salaries, production costs and other expenses.</p>

<p>Residents of Malhaur village complained of the state of village roads during a phone-in programme entitled Community Forum. The village roads were cleaned up after the CMS radio team invited local officials to reply to the villagers&rsquo; problem.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team</strong><br />Ravindra Tripathi, Soma Ghosh, Vanita Sharma, Harsh Bawa, Madan Singh, Roshni Rawat, Babli, Kalavati, Kamlesh Rawat, Madhuri Rawat, Shobha Devi and many others.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members</strong><br />Jagdish Gandhi, Bharti Gandhi, Geeta Gandhi Kingdon, Varghese Kurian, R K Singh, Punwashi Rawat, Vinod Kumar, Anil Kumar and others.</p>

CMS Radio, City Montessori School, Head Office Film & Radio Division, Station Road, Lucknow-226001.
Phone: 9415015039, 522-2439240
Email: varghese.kurian@cmseducation.org

Frequency : 90.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : 11:00 - 15:00 and 19:00 - 23:00 Hours
Established in : 2005-09-23
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