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14869 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 45 Program Themes | 156 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

Mathematics: Logarithms (Ep- 11) (English)   
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It is a part of a series of programme which deals with the problems of Logarithm. It also deals with some mathematical facts. mathematician.

Mathematics: Maths phobia (Ep-10) (English)   
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It is a part of a series of radio programme which deals with the maths phobia. It also deals with some mathematicians such as Sarvadaman Chawla, Ganesh Prasad.

Mathematics (Ep-09) (Hindi)   
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This is a part of a series of radio programme which deals with the work of mathematician- Mahesh Kalra, Lokkuchu sharma.

Mathematics:Mathematical Facts (Ep-05) (Hindi)   
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This is a radio programme which deals with some mathematical facts. It deals with mathematics through Akbar-Birbal story and sports. It also includes poems.

Mathematics: Numbers (Ep-04) (Hindi)   
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This is a radio programme which deals with the history of mathematics.It also explains  the story of numbers, some useful mathematicak tricks. It tries to reduce maths' phobia.

Mathematics (Ep-08) (English)   
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This is a radio programme which shares the experience of Prof N Mohan Kumar and Sharadchandra Shrikanade.

Mathematics: Euclid and Calculus (Ep-07) (Hindi)   
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This is a radio programme which explains the contribution of the great mathematicians such as Harischandra, Euclid and Ganesh Prasad. It also describes Calculus in daily life and the story of no. 12.

Mathematics: Set Theory (Ep-02) (English)   
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This is a radio programme which describes the use of Set Theory in our daily life and aptitute tests. It simplifies the definition of Set Theory. It also explains the contribution of Indian mathematician Ramanujan and Narayan Pandit to mathematics. It deals with the use of the number 1 in different forms.

Mathematics: Its progressive history (Ep-03) (Hindi)   
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This is a radio programme which deals with history of mathematics. It explains how the use of mathematics has been increasing. It uses a simple language to solve the puzzles related to numbers and set theory.

Women and folk music (Hindi)   
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A short interview with Alifya on the role of women in development of folk music. Women are central to the development folk art especially folk music. Women start creating folk music right from the birth of child to marriage and other ceremonies. Women bring liveliness and provide true sense to folk music. 

MUST Radio

<p><strong>Vision:</strong><br />To enrich the lives of its listeners by promoting education, health, culture, languages, peace, harmony, agriculture and growth etc in and around the campus at kalina, santacruzeast, Mumbai.</p> <p><strong>Mission:</strong><br />Through active involvement of the community members in and around the campus areas and along with the campus students, MUST radio aims to empower and reach its listeners to cover entertainment, education, health, employment, entrepreneurship, , dissemination of information to the people on various local bodies, state and central government schemes/projects.</p>

<p>CRS was born to serve as an outreach activity for the people with involvement of the educational system as well as NGOs and community members to utilise the radio more effectively to empower all members of the society, especially the marginalised, women, and students.</p>

MUST Radio @107.8 MHz is set up by Mumbai University and roadcasts its programmes for 13 hours daily from 8:00 am – 9:00 pm.

Languages of Broadcast: English, Marathi and Hindi. Recently, we have also started with half hour of Gujarati and Tamil every week

Name of the Programme Format Description
Legal eagles Interview This programme helps the listeners to get good legal tips on housing and women’s issues.
Sa re ga ma Interview, performance We invite the community to share their skills in songs and urban folk, as well as play recorded music
Ladies special Interviews, capsules, live phone in This engages the women listeners through live dial-in and engages the RJ, Experts and Community in dialogue on air
Dharavi Times Interviews, capsules, live phone in This is a very interesting programme specially providing a platform for Dharavi slum community to share their views
Green times/ rutu hirva Interviews, capsules, live phone in Focuses on key environmental issues and good practices

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

<p>Signature Programme: Dharavi Times Community Participation: Community members run the radio station. Various NGOs as well as public organizations are roped in to conceptualise programmes every month. Accordingly, themes are developed and various hours of programming is produced. Innovations in format: Outdoor Broadcasting involving the community, panel discussions, radio dramas.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships: Own funds.</p>

<p>The radio has been an exceptional tool to provide a platform for people from various socio economic backgrounds and have also brought up new ideas like urban folk music, health and security issues.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:</strong></p> <p>In - house team, campus students and staff, local community member, amateur radio enthusiasts</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong></p> <p>Executive Management Committee includes the following:</p> <p>Rajan Velukar, Neeraj Hatekar, Vivek Bhelekar, Mearl Colaco,Kiran Sawant, Rajesh Kanojia, ShekharKoli, Taniya Mankhand and local community members</p> <p>Station and Content Management <br />Pankaj Athawale and freelance team of students and community members</p>

3rd floor, RanadeBhavan,Vidyanagri, Kalina Campus, Santacruz east, Mumbai.
Phone: 09869164174, 022-26525366/67
Email: radiomust@gmail.com

Frequency : 107.80000305175781
Broadcast hours : 8: 00 Hrs to 21:00 Hrs
Established in : 2008-02-29
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