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Ek Kahani - The hare and tortoise story (Hindi)

In order to give a new lease of life to the age old tradition of story telling in India, young members of the community are invited to PU Radio to narrate stories for young audiences. This has led to community participation and popularity of the radio station amongst young children. Tanmay Singh narrates the popular story of the hare and tortoise where the tortoise wins the race. The moral of this story is that slow and steady wins the race.

Participants: Tanmay Singh
Programme Format: Drama
Date of Broadcast: 0000-00-00
Date of Upload: 2012-07-25 06:40:07
File Format: MP3
Themes: Media and Communication --> Media skills and Tools

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Jyotirgamaya CR

<p style="text-align: justify;">The aim of setting up the Jyotirgamaya Community Radio Station is to impart knowledge and information related to education, health and environment, social, cultural and local issues and to provide a platform for dialogue and discussion amongst the community members, students and faculty.</p>

<p>Jyotirgamaya was set up to serve as a change agent, transcending social, economic and cultural barriers within the community which would comprise of 22 nearby villages and eight villages adopted by the Punjab University.</p>

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<p>Signature Programme: Hamari Beti, Shiksha Keanek Ayaam, Ek Kahaani and Hamara Samaaj. Hamari Beti is a new programme that addresses issues of female foeticide,dowry, domestic violence, physical and mental abuse that are discussed on this show. Stories of grit and determination of brave women are broadcast through this programme.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships The radio station is sustained on the budget allocated by Punjab University. Besides, though the university has made provision of payment to outsiders who want to participate in programme production, yet Jyotirgamaya Community Radio has brought out the best of voluntarism from the community.</p>

<p style="text-align: justify;">Through the creation of awareness on education, culture, society and health, Jyotirgamaya Community Radio leaves a positive impact as it is a community-run, non-profit organization.</p>

<p><strong>Core members:</strong></p> <p>Sanjay Wadwalkar, Jayanth N Pethkar, Archana<br />R Singh</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CRMC members:</strong></p> <p>A K Bhandari, Bhoopinder Singh Bhoop, Manjit Kaur, Sanjay Wadwalkar, Jayanth.N. Pethkar, Archana R. Singh, Mohanmeet Khosla.</p>

School of Communication Studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh-160 014
Phone: 8528654459
Email: puradio@pu.ac.in

Frequency : 91.19999694824219
Broadcast hours : 08:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Established in : 2011-02-13
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