Friday, December 9, 2016
आकाशवाणीजमशेदपुर के प्राइमरी चैनल का प्रसारण अब रेडियो श्राेता अपने मोबाइल पर भी सुन सकेंगे। वृहस्पतिवार को संध्या कालीन सभा से एफ. एम. के 102.4 मेगाहर्ट्ज़ पर इसका शुभारंभ हो रहा है। इसकी क्षमता 10 किलोवाट की होगी, जो श्रोताओं को 60 किलोमीटर की परिधि में स्पष्ट सुनाई देगा। प्रसारण साफ़ सुथरा एवं आकर्षक होगा। मालूम हो कि 1 सितम्बर 1990 से आज तक ये मीडियम वेव के 189.39 मीटर यानि 1584 किलोहर्ट्ज पर सुना जा रहा था और इसकी क्षमता 1 किलोवाट की थी। इससे प्रसारण अस्पष्ट होते थे। श्रोताओं की शिकायत थी कि उन्हें कार्यक्रम स्पष्ट एवं दूर तक सुनाई नहीं पड़ रहे थे और कई महत्वपूर्ण कार्यक्रम वे सुन नहीं पा रहे थे। इसी के मद्देनज़र नयी तकनीक से आकाशवाणी जमशेदपुर के प्राइमरी चैनल का प्रसारण अब एफएम. के 102. 4 मेगाहर्ट्ज़ पर किया जा रहा है। ्रोता अब बेहतरीन आवाज में गीत संगीत, वार्ता, भेंटवार्ता, चर्चा, परिचर्चा, खेलों की कमेंट्री, हर घंटे समाचार अपने रेडियो सेट और मोबाइल पर ट्यून कर सुन सकते हैं। आकाशवाणी जमशेदपुर के प्रसारण में ये एक ऐतिहासिक बदलाव होगा। इसका शुभारंभ गुरुवार को आकशवाणी के अपर महानिदेशक, पूर्वी क्षेत्र श्री ए.आर. शेख करेंगे।
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अगले कुछ महीनों में अगर आप किसी हाईवे से गुजर रहे हों और आपको उस हाईवे पर किसी तरह की दुर्घटना, ट्रैफिक जाम और दूसरी जानकारियां पहले ही मिल जाएं तो कितना अच्छा रहे। इसके लिए आपको ऑल इंडिया रेडियो के एफएम चैनल को ट्यून करना है। यह सर्विस देश के 13 कॉरिडोर्स पर उपलब्ध होगी जो करीब 2 हजार 500 किलोमीटर का हिस्सा है।
दिल्ली-जयपुर हाईवे पर ऑल इंडिया रेडियो के एफएम कार्यक्रम 'हाईवे की बातें' की सफलता के बाद इस कार्यक्रम को देश के दूसरे प्रमुख हाईवे हरियाणा, राजस्थान, महाराष्ट्र, गुजरात,ओडिशा, पश्चिम बंगाल, मध्य प्रदेश, तमिलनाडु और कर्नाटक तक फैलाने की बात कही जा रही है।
सूत्रों के मुताबिक, वर्ल्ड बैंक ने भी इस सर्विस को निर्धारित स्ट्रेच पर विस्तार करने के लिए अपनी मंजूरी दे दी है। वर्ल्ड बैंक, रोड ट्रांसपोर्ट मिनिस्ट्री के हाईवे अडवाइजरी सिस्टम यानी HAS को लोकप्रिय बनाने में मदद कर रहा है।
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According to the official, the broadcaster has designated a total of 7 minutes before and after the show for ads, which are available at Rs 2 lakh per 10 seconds.New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio address Mann Ki Baat on state-owned All India Radio (AIR) managed to garner advertisement revenue of Rs4.78 crore in 2015-16.In a written reply in the Lok Sabha, minister of state for information and broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said that AIR monetizes on the radio broadcast of Mann Ki Baat, but the show does not earn any ad revenue on digital platforms (AIR application). “Accordingly, the gross revenue generated via this programme during 2015-16 through advertisements is Rs4,78,22,480,” he said in his reply.
Overall, AIR registered a revenue of Rs447.76 crore in 2015-16, up from Rs435.1 crore in 2014-15. Mann Ki Baat has also been visually adapted for telecast on Doordarshan channels.Both AIR and Doordarshan are owned by public broadcaster Prasar Bharati.So far, AIR has aired 26 episodes of Mann Ki Baat. The show was launched in October 2014 and AIR started monetizing on the show that December. “Mann Ki Baat majorly generates ad revenue from government ads. In 2014-15, we were able to generate close to Rs1 crore,” said an AIR official, who did not wish to be identified.
According to the official, the broadcaster has designated a total of 7 minutes (5 minutes before the show and 2 minutes after the show) “for commercial revenue from Mann Ki Baat. We also air self-promotional advertisements in those seven minutes,” the official added. AIR charges an ad rate of Rs2 lakh per 10 seconds of advertising for the PM’s radio address.AIR currently operates a total of 419 stations across the country. Its overall network includes FM channels (FM Gold and FM Rainbow), local radio stations, Vividh Bharati stations and five community radio stations. AIR also extends to over 108 countries. The external services division of AIR covers these countries using 27 languages (15 foreign and 12 Indian).
AIR, which started as the Indian State Broadcasting Service, completed 80 years of operations earlier this June and had announced its plans to further expand the broadcast of Mann Ki Baat to several countries and in multiple languages, according to a Mint report dated 8 June. AIR currently covers about 92% of the area and 99.19% of the Indian population with its services in 23 languages.
Source & Credit: http://www.livemint.com/Consumer/2aNIa1jckA0iofoAMEhmKN/AIR-earns-Rs478-crore-from-Mann-Ki-Baat-in-201516.html
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Thursday, December 8, 2016
82nd Kannada Sahitya Sammelana held at Raichur was the premier gathering of writers, poets, cultural gathering and Kannadigas, It was held with the aim of preserving and developing Kannada language.The 82nd edition of Akhila Bharata Kannada Sahitya Sammelana, three days State sponsored literary festival, began in Raichur last Friday. Minister for Primary and secondary Education and Raichur in charge Tanveer Sait, inaugurated the procession. Siddaramayya, Chief Minister of Karnataka inaugurated the three days function.
All India Radio, Raichur broadcast live on inaugural day, including procession and all the ten seminor covered on State hook up with skeleton staff of Programme and Engineering Section. M. A. Sudarshan, Head of Office made planning for live broadcast and Radio reports on State Hook up. Sridevi, Engineering Head supported the same. The entire programme was organized at Agricultural University campus with planned manner.
A colourful procession, that began from Karnataka sangh at 9.30am, marched through Vivekananda Circle, Netaji Circle, Patel Raod, Chandramouleshwar chowk, Sath Kacheri Road and Basaveswara circle to reach Agriculture University. Total marched distance around 7 kms. Baraguru Ramchandrappa, the Designated President of the Semionor and Kannada Sahitya Parishad President Dr Manu Baligar were carried in a chariot with a cheering crown in the procession.Around 38 cultural teams, all displaying rural folk traditions, who have arrived from different parts of the State, participated in the procession. A 1282 feet long Karnataka State flag that was leading the procession from the front was one of the major attractions. We can see colourful paintings adorn every compound wall, while all monuments are illuminated. People are decorated their homes too, as if preparing for a festival. Raichur is hosting the literary festival for the third time after 60 years.
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Workshop on “Duties & Responsibilities of DDOs” conducted by RABM(P), Thiruvananthapuram at AIR Chennai
A three day Workshop on “Duties & Responsibilities of DDOs” was conducted by RABM(P), Thiruvananthapuram at AIR Chennai, from 30.11.2016(Wednesday) to 02.12.2016 (Friday). As part of the training, classes were coordinated by Shri.Arunachalam( Indian Civil Account Service, Chennai). The role of Head of Office/ DDO, Procedure for drawing money from Office Account, The process of Reconciliation at PAO’s office, Financial Management and Control, Provident Fund, Group Insurance, Regulation of Allowances, Regulation of Pay and other relevant Service Matters were some of the topics discussed in detail during the three days. Shri.Santhanakumar, Former PAO, Chennai,and Shri.M.K.Ramamoorthy, Sr.Accounts Officer (Rtd), Income Tax Department, Chennai were the other two visiting faculties. 26 participants from various All India Radio stations and Doordarshan Kendras actively interacted with the resource faculties.
The Team work and hospitality exhibited by AIR, Chennai for the successful conduct of the workshop is worth mentioning. Shri.Rajendran, DDG(E) and Head of Office, Shri.Chakravarthy, AD(P), AIR Chennai, Shri.Achuthan, Inspector of Accounts who retired on the inaugural day of the Workshop, Smt.Meenakshy, Head Clerk, Shri.Chandrasekhar, Head Clerk, Smt.Jayanthi, in charge of PAO’s Office Chennai, Smt.Ambika Muraleedharan, and Shri.Prasad of PAO’s Office Chennai were all sincerely involved along with RABM(P), Thiruvananthapuram in the smooth conduct of the Workshop.
Born on July 1, 1937, Dr. Nannapaneni Manga Devi is the Founder-Secretary of Sri Venkateswara Bala Kuteer and Chetana Charitable Trust. She was born in Tenali, in the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. Dr. Manga Devi, after her post-graduation in History and Education, obtained her Doctorate in Early Childhood Education. Later, she joined the Government’s Women and Child Welfare Department to quench her thirst for service, which gave her an opportunity to undergo training at Gandhigram in Madurai. There, she physically witnessed the practicing of Gandhian principles. This motivated Dr. Manga Devi to get trained in the Montessori System of Education. She was convinced that children had to be nurtured with care, love, information, skills, and education to bring out the best out of them. Hence, she left her Government job to walk this new path.
Dr. Manga Devi’s close friend, who also shared the same ideologies, joined hands with her to work in the field of Child Development. In 1965, they set up a Montessori House of Children, Sri Venkateswara Bala Kuteer (SVBK), in Brodipet, the first of its kind in Guntur, with a single girl child.By the eighties, Dr. Manga Devi was a trend-setter in pre-school innovative teaching techniques, wherein she integrated various aspects of nature and art into informal teaching modules.By 1975, the phenomenal success of the first school at Brodipet – which had become a Co-Educational English medium Secondary School – motivated her to start another branch at Shyamalanagar, which was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Dr. Manga Devi’s meeting with Saint Teresa led her to serve needy women and children. This brought a sea-change in Dr. Manga Devi’s vision, and led to the formation of the Chetana Charitable Trust, a multi-purpose rural project in Chowdavaram village near Guntur in 1990. She initiated this to emphasise on three aspects: security, education, development, and welfare of children; rehabilitation and employment of the destitute women; and, shelter and solace for the old in the lively company of the little ones from the Children’s Village.
The project houses multiple activities viz., Nandana, a rural school for underprivileged children; Ushodaya, a residential English-medium school; SVBK College of Education, for Bachelor of Education; a School on Wheels; Children’s Village, a home for the homeless children; Anganwadi Workers’ Training Centre for rural women; Sandhyaraga, a home for senior citizens; Srujana, a Centre for Fine Arts; Krishi, a vocational training centre for the youth; Vigyana Vani, the Science Park; Raksha, a home for destitute women; Jeevanarekha, a family counseling centre; and, Swastha, a rural health centre and Centre for Alternative Medicines.
The child education-focussed and eco-friendly campus of Chetana comprises of the Science Park, sculptures and educative figures made of non-biodegradable items, plants of various species and medicinal values, an Auditorium, the Centre for Fine Arts, a library with over 5,000 books, space for sports and games, a toy library, etc. Dr. Manga Devi initiated classes in the open, and gardening, as a therapeutic routine activity for the beneficiaries. Cultural and theatrical programs are also part of the children’s development program.
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Officers & staff of All India Radio, Aizawl observing two minutes silence on the occasion of "Armed Forces Flag Day" as a mark of respect to all martyrs who made supreme sacrifice in protecting the honour and integrity of the country @ December 7, 2016
The solemn two minutes observance was led by Shri DR Lalropuia, Director (E) & Head of Office, AIR, Aizawl.
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Photo by: Gin Gangte, NE, Aizawl