Role Of All India Radio Essays and Term Papers

  • Radio in India

    RADIO IN INDIA Despite deep penetration of Television, Internet and other sources of infotainment, Radio, maintains its unique position as the companion of common man world-wide. One can enjoy the radio anytime anywhere. It’s affordable, within reach and very participatory. The low production cost,...

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  • Radio History in India and Trends

    Whistling Woods International | Radio Industry assignment | By Vishal Singh | User 5/2/2012 | Advent of Radio The arrival of 'Moving Pictures' with sound and then 'Television' were expected to be the death knell for 'Radio'. However Radio has not just survived repeated predictions of...

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  • History Of Radio Broadcast in India

     INTRODUCTION TO RADIO Radio is wireless transmission of signals, by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies. Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass through the air...

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  • India Radio Advertising Industry

    anywhere, they are built on the key communication points that motivate sales. Radio is entirely a medium of sound, which evokes smells, sensations and visual images which brings the listeners imaginations into play. Radio advertising is one of the tools of advertising which is effectively used for...

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  • Roles And Functions Of Radio In Society

     Roles and functions of radio in society Radio is an electronic medium of audio communication Functions and roles Information .Through news, talk shows, adverts and other programmes, radio creates awareness in society of what is happening within and outside agiven the society. For example focus on Africa...

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  • The Role of Radio in Propagating Culture

    TITLE PAGE THE ROLE OF THE RADIO IN PROPAGATING CULTURE IN NIGERIA BY LEGHEMO JOY EZEMOKUMO MC/2006/129 A PROJECT RESEARCH SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF...

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  • Role of Radio in Rural Development

      November 2002: All India Radio is celebrating 75 years of its existence. Judit Waler, an authority on radio broadcasting, called radio the 'fifth estate'. She believed that radio is an extension of the press as far as its social functions are concerned, an effective mass which can inform, entertain...

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  • All India Financial Institutuion

    All India Financial Institutions From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia All India Financial Institutions (AIFI) is a group composed of Development Finance Institutions (DFI) and Investment Institutions that play a pivotal role in the financial markets. Also known as "financial instruments", the financial...

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  • All India Rto Codes

    All India RTO District Codes AN—Andaman & Nicobar Islands AN-01 Port Blair, Andaman District AN-01 AN-02 Car Nicobar, Nicobar District AP—Andhra Pradesh In Andhra Pradesh one RTO district might have several RTO offices. In this case the first office shown is always the headquarter. AP-01 Adilabad / Mancherial...

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  • All About India

    India India has been known for its natural wonders for a long period of time. People from all over the world travel to visit India and see its unbelievable aspects. This is a large country, which means it is made up of several states. There are approximately...

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  • importance and role of radio and tv in nigeria

    HISTORY OF RADIO IN NIGERIA INTRODUCTION Radio and Television as broadcast media have undoubtedly been of immense influence and have contributed tremendously to national development, specifically Nigeria. The success of these media is unconnected with its message content and large audience. This...

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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development

    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT By Saad Ullah Khan Research Scholar, Department of Mass Communication Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002,U.P., India Email: saadgeneration84@yahoo.co.in ABSTRACT: India became independent on 15 August 1947.Though, after Independence we achieved...

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  • All the Presidents of India

    | 26 January 1950 | 13 May 1962 | Dr.S Radhakrishnan | 1952 election page & 1957 election page Prasad was the first President of independent India from Bihar.[7][8] He was also an independence activist of the Indian Independence Movement.[9]Prasad was the only president to serve for two terms in...

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  • All Amendments in the Constitution of India

    LIST OF ALL AMENDMENTS 1st amendment June 18, 1951 To fully secure the constitutional validity of zamindari abolition laws. To place reasonable restriction on freedom of speech. A new constitutional device, called Schedule 9 introduced to protect laws that are contrary to the Constitutionally...

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  • the role of inventions and discoveries in the establishment of radio

    THE ROLE OF INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RADIO This write up discusses the role of inventions and discoveries in the establishment of radio. However some attention would first be directed to explaining the importance and uses of radio and radio waves as a communication device...

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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development

    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Aim: To analyze how effectively the community radio can be used for the community development. Objectives: • To identify how far the community radio has played its role in creating awareness about the local issues such as social, environment and economic...

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  • Role of Police in India

    POLICE: Under standing the police: The police continue to hit the headlines in India, generally for all the wrong reasons. India must be one of the few democratic countries where citizens do not trust the police, an important administrative organ of their elected government, and feel intimidated...

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  • Role of Womens in India

    Role Of Women In Modern India INTRODUCTION: Our Indian is gradually emerging as a powerful land since women began playing significant role for the development of the nation. Role of woman in modern India can be called as phenomenal. Woman who once considered being the masters in the art of home...

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  • India Role in Global Fashion

    India has a rich tradition of textiles which dates back many centuries. The history of the Indian readymade garment industry, however, is very recent and can be traced back to the Second World War. During the Second World War, as a contribution to the wartime needs of British rulers, clothing units...

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  • Role of Women in India

    writing, Simone de Beauvois in philosophical existentialist debate, and Marie Stopes , in medicine, to name a few, have brought about an awareness of the role of women in any walks of life. The Marxist orientated Feminist movement of the 60' and 70's, unfashionable as it may be today in some quarters, have...

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