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14872 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 44 Program Themes | 156 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

Sunno Theke Suru (Simple Interest) Ep- 23 (Bangala)   
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This episode of "Sunno Theke Suru" programme is based on "Simple Interest". To understand this topic easily, a drama has been dramatised with the help of two characters.

Sunno Theke Suru (Addition and Subtraction in Fraction) Ep- 22 (Bangala)   
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This episode of "Sunno Theke Suru" programme is based on Addition and Subtraction in Fraction and make it useable and simpler in mathematics.

Sunno Theke Suru (Leap year) Ep- 21 (Bangala)   
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This episode of "Sunno Theke Suru" programme is based on "Leap year" and different types of calender.

Sunno Theke Suru (Fraction) Ep- 20 (Bangala)   
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In this programme 'Fraction ' was discussed with a drama, where a cake was cut into different pieces. Then the idea of Fraction was told elaborately.


This episode of "Sunno Theke Suru" programme is based on "Fraction". To understand it easily, a drama has been dramatised with the help of different pieces of cake.

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 18 (Bangala)   
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In this episode of "Sunno Theke Suru", information about the history of calender and its types has been mentioned.

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 16 (Bangala)   
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This episode of "Sunno Theke Suru" programme is based on "Angle". To understand it easily, a drama has been dramatised with the help of fiction characters from the film Sholey.

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 17 (Bangala)   
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This episode of Radio Mathematics programmes is based on the mathematical sign 'Pie'. It includes its history and uses.

 

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 19 (Bangala)   
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This episode of programme "Sunno Theke Suru" is based on the topic "Time and Distance"and different formulas used in this topic. To easily understand, a drama on the famous story of a Rabbit and Tortoise has been dramatised in this episode.

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 11 (Bangala)   
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This episode is based on "Unitary Method". Two batsman were playing a one day match and calculating the runrate to win the match. By calculating through unitary method, they were also preparing  their playing strategy.  After that Laddu was explained the Unitary Method. At last Laddu and Pie solved us a puzzle.

Sunno Theke Suru Ep- 12 (Bangala)   
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This episode is based on an idea about "Percentage" to the listners. In the first segment, a drama is played on percentage and in second segment, Laddu explained it. Finally a puzzle was solved by Laddu and Pie.

Radio JU

<p>To give voice to the voiceless. To provide education to school dropouts. To increase awareness about health and hygiene. To entertain and educate through songs and drama.</p>

<p>Jadavpur University, Kolkata, on the day of the Bengali New year (14th April, 2008)launched West Bengal&rsquo;s first community radio station, RadioJU 90.8 MHz.&nbsp;</p>

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<p>Signature Programme: SishuTirtho,Alochona, Health Care,Sanskriti, Kolkata Kolkata, Khaikhai, Musical Hour, AinerChokhe, Natya Company, Sahoj Path, SrutinatokerAsor, Mukhomukhi, Cholo Let&rsquo;s Go. Community Participation: We choose the programming content after a discussion with common people. Theywrite the content based on the problems faced by them in their day to day life. Innovations in Format: Docu-features, drama, feature, experience of the child reporter, mix format etc.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships Right from the beginning, JU is providing everything to set up and run the station. The university has created a fund for recurring expenses of the radio. We are also trying to collect advertisements from local businessmen and shopkeepers. We also want to register ourselves under DAVP.</p>

<p>We find nowadays children are not fond of reading story books,so we started Sishu Tirtho, a programme on children&rsquo;s literature, which gets great interest from kids and teenagers who find these stories so fascinating that they skip their sportsto listen to Sishu Tirtho.</p> <p>Similarly, the story of a disabled girl is touching. Since she used wheelchair from her childhood, she was very much neglected by her relatives and schoolmates. After penning and broadcasting a poem, she got positive response from relatives and schoolmates.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team</strong></p> <ul> <li>Nilanjana Gupta</li> <li>Abhishek Das</li> <li>Srabani Ray</li> </ul> <p><strong>CRMC Members</strong></p> <ul> <li>Manor Kumar Mitra</li> <li>Nilanjana Gupta</li> <li>Iman Kalyan Lahiri</li> <li>Abdul Kafi</li> <li>Shaswata Bhattacharya</li> <li>Abhijit Roy</li> <li>Asim Karmakar</li> <li>Sujit Kumar Manda</li> <li>ParthasarathiBhaumik</li> <li>SamantakDas</li> <li>12 others</li> </ul>

RadioJU, Jadavpur University, 188,Raja S.C. Mallick Road, Kolkata- 32.
Phone: 033-24146060, 9830543884
Email: nilaguptaju@yahoo.com, radioju@gmail.com and srabani.wsb@gmail.com

Frequency : 90.80000305175781
Broadcast hours : 11:00 - 19:30 Hours
Established in : 2008-04-14
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Language : NA