Community Radios, India
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Dutta, Ankuran (Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), 2014)Community radio has emerged as an effective medium to give voice to the voiceless at the grassroots level in India. India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has simplified the process for obtaining a license, ...
Educating grassroots girls and women through Community Learning Programme: CLP using Community Radio in Bangladesh Sabuj, Saifuddin (2013-11)The primary education system in Bangladesh is one of the largest systems in the world. Though the country has undertaken a number of measures to improve primary education since its independence, recent Ministry of Primary ...
Venkaiah, V (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011)The journey of Community Radio (CR) service has so far completed over 40 long years throughout the world covering nations like Australia, UK, USA, Canada and other countries. But in India the expansion is of recent origin ...
Parameswaran, Jayalakshmi C (Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), 2013-11)You are operating a Community Radio Station. So, how is your progress? Is there any progress at all? Why is the progress fast or slow? What are the challenges? Where are the solutions? When are you going to achieve your ...
Chanda, Ipshita (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011)CEMCA has been playing a catalytic role in preparation of different organisations across Bangladesh for initiating and fostering the Community Radio movement in Bangladesh through training and awareness building in ...