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Ruthumathi - 2 (Kannada)   
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Lakshmi, walks towards the meeting place where she and friends along with their siblings gather to do their homework, talk and play near the empty plot next the PHC. Unusually quiet, and distant, her friends Kavitha & Ranjitha notice her sullen mood and enquire what’s wrong. Lakshmi, then goes on tell her friends, that she is tired and scared as she is bleeding from below and she does not know what to do. Brushing her concern side, her friends congratulate her and tell her that “she has got her periods”, and she must be happy about it.  One of her friends gives her a pad and shows her how to use it. Ranjita, thinks it is important for Lakshmi to be aware of menstruation and suggest they go to Radha Miss, who had given them an orientation on “Good touch & Bad touch” in their school. 

Ruthumathi (Kannada)   
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Lakshmi, walks towards the meeting place where she and friends along with their siblings gather to do their homework, talk and play near the empty plot next the PHC. Unusually quiet, and distant, her friends Kavitha & Ranjitha notice her sullen mood and enquire what’s wrong. Lakshmi, then goes on tell her friends, that she is tired and scared as she is bleeding from below and she does not know what to do. Brushing her concern side, her friends congratulate her and tell her that “she has got her periods”, and she must be happy about it.  One of her friends gives her a pad and shows her how to use it. Ranjita, thinks it is important for Lakshmi to be aware of menstruation and suggest they go to Radha Miss, who had given them an orientation on “Good touch & Bad touch” in their school.

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 31) (Kannada)   
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As soon as Mangala finished her domestic work at Jayashree house, both Jayashree and Mangala had a heated argument about Mangala coming for work in morning and evening. Mangala dint had other choice other than accepting to come in both timings. On their way back home Rangamma and Mangala discussed about the vacant house near Rangamma house.  Rangamma showed the vacant house and Mangala decided to come back with her husband to see the house and confirm on the same. As soon as Mangala reached her home she discussed about the vacant houses and rent for the same. He explains the concept of area of house and how do they fix the rent. At the last they decide to visit the three vacant houses and finalize on the same.

Concept- Area Calculation

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 30) (Kannada)   
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Venkatesh and Mangala think of shifting their house. Mangala goes to meet her friends and take some suggestions. Tabassum comforts Mangala and asks her to look for a house quickly. By the time she returns, Venkatesh was frantic and angry as he had been waiting for her, worried. Managla explains that she went in search of vacant houses and found that three houses were available. Venkatesh is relieved. While they discuss about visiting these houses, the phone rings. Jayashree calls to request Mangala to bring a milk man along with her. As suggested by her husband, Mangala visits Rangamma’s house who is  a vendor for milk and she agrees to deliver milk to Jayashree’s house. Mangala, Rangamma and Arya go to Jayashree’s house where Rangamma explains about the concept of measuring milk in measuring jars. Jayashree is happy that Mangala did a good job by choosing a good quality milk vendor.

Concept- Liters, Milliliters and Measuring Jars 

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 29) (Kannada)   
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Mangala, Venkatesh and her Mother discuss about the difference in prices in Bangalore and their village. Vijaya calls Venkatesh to inform him that she was returning to Bangalore and  wanted Mangala to come to her house the same evening to work. As she was supposed to go to Jayashree house, Mangala tells her that she will come to work the next morning. Mangala tries to sort out work timings between Jayashree’s house and Vijaya’s house. In the meantime, Venkatesh goes out in search of medical shop which was reffered to by his friend. After a long time, he finds the medical shop which offers a discount on purchase of medicines on monthly basis. He registers his name and becomes eligible for a 5% discount on medicines.  On his way back home, their landlord informs them to vacate the house. Venkatesh shares this news with Mangala who suggests that they start looking for another house in the same locality, Nakkal Bandae, to stay close to her friends.

Concept- Percentage calculation for total bill

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 28) (Kannada)   
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As the conversation continues, Mangala shares her problems with her friends. She also mentions that Venkatesh was really upset that they are not providing nutritious food for the children. She didn’t have time to prepare any food as she had to rush to the hospital. She requests her friends Tabassum and Prameela to give some Sambar for her children to eat. Mangala request Tabassum to remind her when the Rangoli powder lady comes. The next day when the Rangoli lady comes, Tabassum and Mangala purchase the Rangoli powder and discuss the involvement of mathematics during weighing of the rangoli while purchasing it.

Concept- Weighing (Old style of measuring Saeru, Ardha Saeru and Pavu)

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 27) (Kannada)   
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After they reach home, Mangala’s mother Jayamma realizes that Mangala has to leave for work. She wanted to take leave but since it was a new job decided to go to work. Mangala was late by 30 minutes to work. Jayashree was angry with Mangala and warned her never to be late again. During the heated argument, Jayashree blames Mangala for stealing a gold ring which Mangala deinies. Finally Jayashree finds the ring in her bed room and Mangala was relieved.  Later on when Mangala returns home, she meets her friends and she shares about her husband’s condition. Tabasum while offering biscuits to her son also shares the biscuits with her friends. Even thought the number of biscuits was less they share it amongst themselves. Sameer states how he learnt division and fractions through this.  Concept- Fractions

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 26) (Kannada)   
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Mangala’s family go through a hard time as Venkatesh was too sick to work. Mangala decides to take him to a hospital in an auto.  Luckily she came across an auto driver who was Venkatesh’s friend. The doctor prescribes him medication based on his condition. The auto driver helps Mangala in purchasing the medicines required as prescribed ( by calculating the number of days, number of tablets) with money she had. He explains about the expiry date of medicines as he realizes that she was not aware of that. On their way back home he suggests that Venkatesh and Mangala to take medicines from the medical shop who offers a 5% discount. 

Concept- Application of Basic concepts of Math’s, Discount and Percentage

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 25) (Kannada)   
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As Prameela leaves to her house, both Tabasum and Mangala also leave along with her. Arya requests her mother to let her play for some more time with Sameer. Sameer teaches an easy way of writing tables to Arya. She is happy to learn as she was missing school. Later Venkatesh and Mangala discuss their current family affairs and insists that inspite of all these issues they need to eat healthy. The next morning Mangala wakes up to her husband suffering from high fever and cold. She realizes that Venkatesh  was skipping his tablets for two days.

Concept- Application of Basic concepts of Math’s & teaching Tables

Radio Mathematics - (Ep - 24) (Kannada)   
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Prameela and Jayashree end up in a conversation about both their families. After Mangala finishes her work both of them leave to their respective homes. On their way back Mangala praises her friends and thanks them for all the suggestion and guidance. Later on as she reaches home, Venkatesh leaves to Gopal’s house to pay the interest amount and the extra 10,000 Rupees. Gopal commends his hard work and tells him to continue paying back by working hard the same way. Tabasum, Mangala and Prameela discuss the idea of with Gowramma about making garlands. She requests Prameela to help her with making a few garlands for today. Tabasum and Mangala ask Gowramma about her income from this business. She explains the profits earned in making garlands with 4kg of flowers. Prameela mentions that she does this part time due to health related problems in making garlands.

Concept- Multiplication, Addition, Division & Annuity

Radio Active CR 90.4

<p>Radio Active&rsquo;s vision is to utilise the power and reach of radio to inform, educate, engage, celebrate and empower diverse communities. The station also looks at working with socially committed groups, educational institutions and corporate bodies to promote community learning. Radio Active looks at engaging in community-based projects to strengthen networks for sustainability.</p>

<p>Since its inception in 1991, the JGI Group has been actively involved with the empowerment of different communities through quality education. Radio Active CR 90.4 MHz was started by JGI in June 2007 as a part of the organisation&rsquo;s social outreach programme that could also help its mass communications students get a hands-on to their education.</p>

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<p>Signature Programmes: Active Bangalore, Shikshanaedu Nana Hakku, Aashitaru, KasaShramikaParisaraRakshaka, Active Dasarahalli Community Participation: Before the starting any programme, a focus group discussion is held for inputs from different stakeholders following which each programme is guided by a programme committee that consists of members from all the stakeholders, who meet once a month with inputs from their respective communities. Innovations in Format: Our innovative formats include radio drama, use of folk art like kamsale, poojakunita, harikatha, veeragase for programming. We are presently exploring radio diary and radio documentary format.</p>

<p>Jain University funded the station. At present, JGI helps us with major part of the funding. However a few in-house projects like life skill training programs for private schools and recycling of waste within the University campus help sustain the funding. In addition, the Community Radio is working for government sponsored like DST&rsquo;s Science for Women&rsquo;s Health and Nutrition.</p>

<p>In the past five years of operations, the most important lesson learnt is the value of partnerships and networks, without which the station could definitely not exist. Through our partnership approach we have been a part of the solid waste management roundtable, the right to education task force and HasiruDala &ndash; a waste-pickers collective.</p> <p>We believe in celebrating as a way of connecting,like our famous tea sessions which has helped strengthen the bond that we have in the community. In terms of impact, we now have over 12 communities working at the station, the mobilisation of waste-picker community through their favourite programme Hasiru Dala and are also in a position to influence policy on waste management.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:</strong></p> <p>RJ Priyanka, Jaydev, Vimala Bai, Manjula, Lavanya, Shiv Kumar and R J Srikanth</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong></p> <p class="DefaultLTGliederung1">There is no restriction on the composition and structure of the management committee and as such the committee is able to make decisions on programs, contents, funding, technology, policies and procedures, legal issues, grievance handling, new community engagement, communication strategies etc.</p>

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Phone: 9845888686, 080-22355490
Email: radioactivecr90.4mhz@gmail.com

Frequency : 90.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : Weekdays: 00:08 -16:00, 17:00 - 20:00 Hours and Weekends: 08:00 –20:00 Hours
Established in : 2007-06-25
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