Chattopadhyay, Santwan; Chattopadhyay, Maulisri
June 2010
Global Media Journal: Indian Edition;Jun2010, p1
Academic Journal
The article examines the community radio of Jadavpur University (JU) in Calcutta, India. It mentions a policy by the government of granting licenses for setting up community radio stations for educational institutions. Collaborated with the School of Media, Communication & Culture of JU, the journey of its community radio station has started as part of its Technical Education Quality Improvement Program on April 14, 2008. Programmes of JU's community radio include on persons with special needs and on career counselling to meet the needs of the student community both on and off campus.


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