Information baout Lwas for Senior Citizens.
Information baout Lwas for Senior Citizens.
Information about the Potagi ( Maintenance) Law
Information about the Law against dowry.
In the present episode, Ashish Bhatnagar, DDG (E), AIR, Pune, adresses the audience on social issues on the occasion of Second State Level Sammelan, Maharashtra.
The present programme celebrates International Women's Day by producing a programme based on the contrinbution of Indian women in mountaineering.
Most of the children acquire HIV from their HIV-infected mothers during pregnancy, birth or breastfeeding. This programme discusses the problem of Paediatric HIV in detail. With efficacious interventions, the risk of mother-to-child HIV transmission can be reduced.
This programme seeks to create awareness on HIV/AIDS. People from the community talk about various causes, incidences and risk factors. Dr. Akshay Gambhir provides prevention tips and talks about its signs, tests and treatment.
May 1 is celebrated as Maharashtra Day (Maharashtra Din). On this day, the state of Maharashtra attained statehood. Maharashtra is one of the largest states in India, both in terms of population and area. In Mumbai, the Maharashtra Day celebrations are held at the Shivaji Park in central Mumbai. The governor of the state takes the salute at the ceremonial parade, comprising members of the state reserve police force, Brihanmumbai Commando Force, home guards, civil defence, fire brigade and city police.
This radio programme focuses on the importance of conducting HIV tests before marriage.
May 1 is celebrated as Maharashtra Day (Maharashtra Din). On this day the state of Maharashtra attained statehood. Maharashtra is one of the largest states in India, both in terms of population and area. In Mumbai, the Maharashtra Day celebrations are held at the Shivaji Park in central Mumbai. The governor of the state takes the salute at the ceremonial parade, comprising members of the state reserve police force, Brihanmumbai Commando Force, home guards, civil defence, fire brigade and city police.
<p>To work for the betterment of the community, with the community. To use knowledge bank of Pune University to solve various issues in society as it is our responsibility.</p>
<p>As an agricultural university, we have three main goals Education, Research and Extension The third goal, extension which means extension of knowledge of higher education should be spread in society for the betterment of community, society. Radio can be effective and modern tool for the extension of knowledge which, also can be connect the various issued in society with the solution from education system of university.</p> <p>As extension is third main goal for every university, it is the necessity for new technological world to used new modern and effective tool for it. There had to be a good tool for us to establish the bond between the community andthe university. After searching differentsolutions we found community radio is a best medium. To make university more social which is it responsibility radio is best solution to interact with society and it began with the survey follow through the CR setup procedure.</p>
Vidyavani Community Radio @107.4 MHz broadcasts its programmes for 11 hours daily from 7.00 am – 6:00 pm.
Languages of Broadcast: Marathi, Hindi and English.
|Name of the Programme||Format||Description|
|Aarogrya Warta||Talk/ Interview/ Magazine||Awareness and information about health issues.|
|Mazi Shala||Music/ Drama||Student participation to promote students skills or activity.|
|Aamhi Kalandar||Musical/ Drama Play/ Talk||Community members present their skills and cultural activity in this programme.|
|Ladha Swabhimanacha||Success stories/ Interview/ Book reading||Success stories, related laws, awareness, motivation, social issues|
|Vichar Manthan||Talk/ question –Answer||Discussion on current societal issues, and Experts’ response|
Source: Compendium 2011 and 2012, CEMCA and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
<p>Signature Programmes: Open forum, Kajalmaya, LadhaSwabhimanacha, VashigathaShtreeKartrutwachi Community Participation: Calling NGOs and School PTAs and motivating them to present their issues/subjects. Innovations in format: Live broadcast from community centre, school Parents Teachers Associations to work as volunteers.</p>
<p>Funding and Partnerships University of Pune provided all the land, building, machinery, equipments and necessary funds at the time of inception.</p>
Content is yet to be updated by the station.
Second floor, EMRC building, University of Pune, Ganeshkhind Road, Pune 411007.
Phone: 20- 25690789, 20- 25690800 and 20- 25601278
Frequency : 107.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : 07:00 TO 18:00 Hours
Established in : 2005-05-11
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