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ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2013  for 1238 Transmission, Programme Executive Posts in Prasar Bharati: Staff Selection Commission recruits 1238 Posts of Programme Executive, Transmission Executive and Production Assistant in offices

ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2013  for 1238 Transmission, Programme Executive Posts in Prasar Bharati: Staff Selection Commission recruits 1238 Posts of Programme Executive, Transmission Executive and Production Assistant in offices spread all over the country on behalf of the Prasar Bharati under special dispensation given by the Government. Eligible candidates can apply through online from 23-03-2013 to 17-04-2103 for Part – I Registration & Part -II Registration up to 19-04-2013.

Staff Selection Commission  have had Officially disclosed the SSC Recruitment 2013 Notification for the Posts of   1238 Transmission Programme Executive Vacancies which has been made available at its Official website.. The Interested Individuals should apply for the respective posts in the mode prescribed by the Staff Selection Commission Prasar Bharati Recruiting Authority Board and we would provide here the info about the  Transmission Programme Executive Pay Scale Salary Age limit Eligibility Criteria Selection process Educational Qualification How to Apply and such related to this Job.. One has to make sure that they fit the eligibility before they start applying for the vacant posts.. Read the entire article before you proceed.. Follow the Links given in here..   VACANCY DETAILS Total Number of Posts : 1238 Name of the Post : Transmission Programme Executive 1. Programme Executive: 360 Posts 2. Transmission Executive (General  & Production): 536 Posts 3.  Transmission Executive (Family Welfare): 36 Posts 4.  Transmission Executive (Farm & Home/Farm Radio Reporter): 98 Posts 5.  Transmission Executive (Scripts): 66 Posts 6.  Transmission Executive (Educational Broadcast): 22 Posts 7. Transmission Executive (Science Reporting/Field Reporter):16 Posts 8. Transmission Executive (Tribal Dialect/Translation): 32 Posts 9.  Transmission Executive (Production Assistant): 72 Posts Eligibility Criteria Age Limit  Applicants should be of age 30 years as on 01.01.2013 Age relaxation is allowed as per Govt Norms Educational Qualification ;  Candidates should be graduated in  Degree/MA/M.Sc in relevant field with  Proficiency in the language  which should be relevant to the posts applied for Applicants are advised to follow the advertisement Notification to get the detailed above mentioned info for which the link is given below APPLICATION FEE Rs 200 for General OBC Fee exemption is given for SC ST EXSM PWD Women applicants The Application fee should be paid in the form of Net banking or through SBI Challan form in State Bank of India Branches SELECTION PROCESS Written Exam Interview

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How to Apply: Candidates have to apply online from 23-03-2013 to 17-04-2103 for Part – I Registration & Part -II Registration up to 19-04-2013. through the website http://ssconline2.gov.in. Fill the application with all mandatory details and submit it on or before stipulated dates. Instructions for online Applications: 1. First Candidates have to scan their Photograph and signature for filling up of Part – II Registration. 2. Log on to the website http://ssconline2.gov.in. 3. Read the instructions carefully before making any entry or selecting options. 4. Candidate should supply all the required details while filling up the online form. 5. The filling of online application contains two parts: Part – I & II. 6. In Part I registration, candidate will have to fill basic information. On submission of details, candidate shall be prompted to check the details and make any correction in the application. 7. Now Press “I agree” button after declaration correction/modification etc. shall not be allowed. 8. Now a page with Registration No. shall be generated. Note down registration number or take the print out of the page. 9. To pay fee in cash, candidate can take printout of Challan generated online after completion of Part I registration. Deposit the requisite fee in any branch of State Bank of India and then continue with the Part II registration. Those who want to pay online through net banking can go directly to part II registration after completion of Part I. 10. Part II registration requires filling of payment details, uploading of photograph and scanned signature. 11. Fill Part – II Registration and enter Transaction ID of the Bank in the relevant space. 12. Candidates who are exempted from payment of fee can skip steps 4 to 7. Important Dates: Starting Date for Online Application (Part I & II ): 23-03-2013 (5.00 PM). Last Date for Online Application (Part I): 17-04-2013 (5.00 PM). Last Date for Online Application (Part II): 19-04-2013 (5.00 PM). Date for Written Examination: 02-06-2013. For more details regarding age, qualifications, selections, pay scale and other information click on th e below given link… Click here for Recruitment Advt https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwPIEyr-3e1CZDl3NjVhelZEaU0/edit

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ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2013 Vacancies: Technician – 340, Engineering Assistant – 1290ssc recruitment online application form cgl fci constable results Education: Diploma in Engineering Last Date: 20.03.2013 State: India Job Category: Government Jobs in India, SSC Exam 2013, SSC Results

Prasar Bharati SSC Engineer and Technician Recruitment 2013 – Freejobalert, In the latest notification issued by Staff Selection Commission for filling up 1630 Vacancies in India through SSC Exam 2013 in Prasar Bharati. SSC, Government of India, will make recruitment to these posts on behalf of the Prasar Bharati under special dispensation given by the Government.  The candidates selected through this recruitment for posts in PB will NOT, however, have the status of Central Government Civilian Employees. Candidates are advised to make sure that they are eligible in all respects before applying for the posts. Due date to fill online application form is 20 March 2013.

  1. Engineering Assistant : 1290 posts (UR-659, SC-201, ST-135, OBC-295, PWD-37), Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800 Grade Pay Rs.4200/-, Age : 30 years as on 01/01/2013
  2. Technician : 340 posts (UR-181, SC-54, ST-34, OBC-71, PWD-7, Ex.SM-35), Pay Scale : Rs.  5200 – 20200 Grade Pay Rs. 2400/-, Age : 18-25 years as on 01/01/2013

Age Limit: Max 30 years for Engineers, 25 years for Technician.ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2013 online application form ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2013  for 1238 Transmission, Programme Executive Posts Fee: Rs.200/- (Not Applicable for SC/ST/PH/ Exs & Female)   *(Read instructions for application carefully from official SSC advertisement) How to Apply :Candidate should apply Online at http://ssconline2.gov.in on or before  20/03/2013 for Part-I and up to 22/03/2013 for Part-II Registration.

  • Interested applicants can Apply ONLINE only through the website of SSC at www.ssconline2.gov.in
  • The applicants need to fill the respective filled with accurate and authentic information
  • The applicants need to keep copies of online application form, fee payment receipt and supporting documents along with originals for verification of documents by Prasar Bharati/ SSC.
  • SSC is undertaking the recruitment on consultancy basis and, therefore, any dispute regarding the recruitment, RTI applications etc. should be addressed to the Prasar Bharati.

Selection Procedure:

  • The selection will be dome through a Common Written Test followed by short-listing candidates for interview
  • Prasar Bharati/ SSC reserves the right to conduct additional examination/ skill test or call for any additional documentary evidence in support of educational qualifications & experience of the applicant.

Application Fees:

  • Candidates should pay the application fee of Rs. 200 (Rupees Two Hundred) only through State Bank of India (SBI) either in the form of Challan or net banking.
  • Application fee is not required for SC/ ST /Ex-Servicemen and PH and all women candidates, subject to submission of Caste/ Disability/ Discharge Certificate.

For further details, please view http://ssc.nic.in/notice/examnotice/Combined%20Recruitment%20for%20the%20post%20EA%20and%20Tech%202013.pdf,  application form is available at http://ssconline2.gov.in

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Mission   All India Radio (AIR) has been serving to inform, educate and entertain the masses since it’s inception, truly living up to its motto – ‘Bahujan Hitaya: Bahujan Sukhaya’.  ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2014 exam syllabus, ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2014 syllabus, ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2014 syllabus for engineering assistant, ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2014 sample papers, ssc prasar bharati recruitment 2014 books Objectives   To provide information, education and entertainment, for promoting the welfare and happiness of the masses (Bahujana Hitaya Bahujana Sukhaya), All India Radio strives to :- a)         Uphold the unity of the country and the democratic values enshrined in the constitution. b)   Present a fair and balanced flow of information of national, regional, local and international interest, including contrasting views, without advocating any opinion or ideology of its own. c)    Promote the interest and concerns of the entire nation, being mindful of the need for harmony  and understanding within the country and ensuring that the programmes reflect the varied elements which make the composite culture of India. d)   Produce and transmit varied programmes designed to awaken, inform, enlighten, educate, entertain and enrich all sections of the people. e)   Produce and transmit programmes relating to developmental activities in all their facets  including extension work in agriculture, education, health and family welfare and science & technology. f)    Serve the rural, illiterate and under-privileged population, keeping in the mind the special needs and interest of the young, social and cultural minorities, the tribal population and those residing in border regions, backward or remote areas. g)   Promote social justice and combat exploitation, inequality and such evils as untouchability and  narrow parochial loyalties. h)   Serve the rural population, minority communities, women, children, illiterate as well as other weaker and vulnerable sections of the society. i)    Promote national integration.

The Prasar Bharati Board functions at the apex level ensuring formulation and implementation of the policies of the organization and fulfillment of the mandate in terms of the Prasar Bharati Act, 1990. The Executive Member functions as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Corporation. Officers from different streams working in the Prasar Bharati Secretariat assist the CEO, Member (Finance) and Member (Personnel) in integrating actions, operations, plans and policy implementation as well as look after the budget, accounts and general financial matters of the Corporation. Prasar Bharati Marketing offices located at Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Jallandhar, look after the marketing activities of both All India Radio and Doordarshan. Prasar Bharati also has a unified vigilance set up at the headquarters, headed by a Chief Vigilance Officer. The Director General heads the Directorate of All India Radio.   ALL INDIA RADIO Director General, All India Radio is responsible for the overall administration of the entire Akashvani network consisting of 277 stations and 432 broadcast transmitters (148 are MW (Medium Wave), 236 FM (Frequency Modulation) and 48 SW (Short Wave) transmitters as on 31.03.2012), which provide coverage to 99% of the population spread over the country. PROGRAMME WING The Director General is assisted by Additional Directors General (ADG’s) in the Headquarters and in the regions. The Headquarters of the Regional ADG’s are at Bhubaneshwar (ER-I), Kolkata (ER-II), Mumbai (WR-I,WR-II), Lucknow (CR-I), Bhopal (CR-II), Guwahati (NER-I), Aizwal (NER-II),  Chennai (SR-I), Bangalore (SR-II), Chandigarh (NR-I), Delhi (NR-II). ENGINEERING WING In respect of technical matters the Director General is assisted by the Engineer-in-Chief and Additional Directors General(E) in the headquarters and the Zones. In addition there is a Planning and Development Unit in the Headquarters in respect of Development Plan Schemes of All India Radio. For Civil Construction activities, the Director General is assisted by the Civil Construction Wing(CCW), which is headed by a Chief Engineer. CCW also caters to the needs of Doordarshan. ADMINISTRATIVE WING  Additional Director General (Administration) and a Deputy Director General(Administration & Finance) assists the Director General on matters of administration and finance, while Additional Directors General (Programme) assists DG in administration of Programme personnel. A Director looks after the Engineering Administration of All India Radio. SECURITY WING The security set up comprises of a Deputy Director General (Security), Assistant Director General (Security) and a Deputy Director (Security). They handle matters of the security and safety of AIR installations, transmitters, studios, offices etc. The Security needs of Doordarshan are also looked after by these officers. AUDIENCE RESEARCH WING The Director Audience Research heads the Unit of Audience Research in the Directorate. Surveys to gauge listening habits and programme preferences for effective programme planning at various stations of All India Radio are handled by field units under the supervision of the Directorate. ACTIVITIES OF OTHER OFFICES OF AIR NEWS SERVICES DIVISION           The News Services Division works round the clock and broadcasts over 647 news bulletins both in the home and in external services. The bulletins are in Indian and Foreign languages. It is headed by Director General News Service. There are 44 regional News Units. EXTERNAL SERVICES DIVISION The External Services Division of All India Radio broadcasts in 27 languages – 16 foreign and 11 Indian languages. These services are radiated for an aggregate duration of 72 hours daily and are projected to over 100 countries. TRANSCRIPTION & PROGRAMME EXCHANGE SERVICE This service looks after exchange of programmes among the stations, building and maintenance of sound archives and commercial release of prestigious recordings of music maestros. RESEARCH DEPARTMENT The functions of the Research Department include Research and Development of equipment required by AIR and Doordarshan, investigation and studies relating to AIR and Doordarshan, development of Prototype models of R&D equipment for limited use field trials in the network of AIR and Doordarshan. CENTRAL STORE OFFICE The Central Stores Office located at New Delhi performs functions relating to procurement, stocking and distribution of engineering stores required for the maintenance of technical equipment at All India Radio Stations. STAFF TRAINING INSTITUTE (PROGRAMME) The Staff Training Institute (Programme) started in 1948. It has two main branches functioning from Kingsway Camp Delhi and Bhubaneshwar. They impart in-service training to Programme Personnel and Administrative Staff, induction course for the newly recruited staff and short duration refreshment courses. It also conducts examinations for administrative staff.  In addition, at present five Regional Training Institutes at Hyderabad, Shillong, Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Thiruvananthapuram are working. STAFF TRAINING INSTITUTE (TECHNICAL) The Staff Training Institute (Technical), part of the Directorate since 1985, now functions at Kingsway Camp, Delhi. The Institute organizes Training Courses for the engineering staff of All India Radio and Doordarshan from the level of Technician to the Superintending Engineer. It also conducts Departmental, Qualifying and Competitive Examinations. There is one Regional Staff Training institute (Technical) at Bhubaneswar.   The phenomenal growth achieved by All India Radio through decades has made it one of the largest media organizations in the world. Today AIR reaches out to 99.18% of the population spread over about 91.85% of the area through 262 broadcasting Centres. The inception can be traced back to the enforcement of the Telegraph Act on October1, 1885. Major landmarks of broadcasting are as below:

1920s

June, 1923 : Broadcast of programmes by the Radio Club of Bombay.

November, 1923 : Calcutta Radio Club put out programmmes.

July 31,1924 : Broadcasting Service initiated by the Madras Presidency Radio Club.

July 23,1927 : Indian Broadcast Company (IBC), Bombay Station inaugurated by Lord Irwin, the Viceroy of India.

August 26,1927 : Calcutta Station of IBC inaugurated.

1930s

March 1, 1930 : IBC went into liquidation.

April 1,1930 : Indian State Broadcasting Service under Department of Industries and Labour commenced

on experimental basis.

March,1935 : Post of “Controller of Broadcast” innstituted.

August 30,1935 : Lionel Fielden appointed the first controller of Broadcasting in India.

September 10,1935 : Akashvani Mysore, a private radio station, set up.

January 19,1936 : First news bulletin broadcast from AIR.

June 8, 1936 : Indian State Broadcasting Service became All

India Radio.

August 1,1937 : Central News Organisation came into existence.

November,1937 : AIR came under Department of Communication.

October 1,1939 : External Service started with Pushtu broadcast.

1940s

October 24,1941 : AIR came under the Department of I&B.

January 1,1942 : Akashvani Mysore was taken over by Maharaja of Mysore.

February 23,1946 : AIR came under the Department of Information & Arts.

September 10,1946 : Department of Information and Arts changed to Department of                       Information and Broadcasting.

1947 (at the time of partition): Six Radio Stations in India (Delhi,Bombay,Calcutta,Madras, Tiruchirapalli

and Lucknow) and three Radio Stations in Pakistan (Peshawar, Lahore and Dacca)

September, 1948 : Central News Organisation (CNO) was split up into two Divisions,                                  News Service Division and External Service Division (ESD).

1950s

July 20,1952 : First National Programme of Music broadcast from AIR.

July 29,1953 : National Programme of Talks (English) commenced from AIR.

1954 : First Radio Sangeet Sammelan held.

August 15,1956 : National Programme of Play commenced.

October 3,1957 : Vividh Bharati Services started.

November 1, 1959 : First TV Station in Delhi started as part of AIR.

1960s

November 1,1967 : Commercials on Vividh Bharati introduced

July 21, 1969 : Yuv-Vani service started from Delhi.

August 15, 1969 : 1000 KW Superpower Medium Wave Transmitter commissioned at Calcutta (Mogra).

1970s

January 8,1971 : 1000 KW Superpower Medium Wave Transmitter commissioned at Rajkot.

1974 : Akashvani Annual Awards instituted.

April 1, 1976 : Doordarshan separated from AIR.

1977 : Introduction of political party broadcasts.

July 23, 1977 : First ever FM Service was inaugurated from Madras

1980s

May,1983 : AIR Baroda became a CBS station.

September 14,1984 : Two High Power 250 KW shortwave transmitters inaugurated at Aligarh.

October 30,1984 : First Local Station at Nagarcoil started.

January 26,1985 : Commercials on Primary Channel introduced.

August 15,1985 : Introduction of hourly news bulletins.

1985 : All AIR Stations were provided with 5 channel satellite receiver terminals.

May 18,1988 : Introduction of National Channel.

April 8,1989 : Commissioning of Integrated North East Service.

1990s

March 2, 1990 : The 100th Station of AIR commissioned at Warangal (A.P.).

March 10,1990 : Two 500 KW Superpower short wave transmitters Inaugurated at Bangalore.

1990 : AIR introduced Lassa Kaul Award for the best production on the theme of National Integration.

1990 : AIR introduced Award for the best News Correspondent of the year.

October 2,1991 : Vividh Bharti Panaji became a CBS Channel.

October 2, 1992 : Commissioning of FM Channel at Jalandhar.

January 10,1993 : Introduction of Phone-in-programme at AIR Delhi.

January 28,1993 : Commissioning of VB Channel at Varanasi.

April 1, 1993 : The150th Station of AIR inaugurated at Berhampur (Orissa)

August 15,1993 : Introduction of selling of Time Slots on FM Channel to private parties at Delhi – Mumbai.

September 1,1993 : Time Slots on FM Channel to private parties at Chennai.

April 1, 1994 : Sky Radio became operational.

July 25,1994 : Time Slots on FM Channel to private parties at Kolkata.

September 10,1994 : Multi Track Recording Studio commissioned at Mumbai.

September 28,1994 : Four 500 KW Superpower shortwave transmitters at Bangalore,inaugurated making Bangalore one of the biggest transmitting centres in the world.

November 13,1994 : Time Slot s on FM Channel to private parties at Panaji.

January 15,1995 : Radio paging service inaugurated.

August 5,1995 : Multi-track recording studios inaugurated at Chennai.

1995 : AIR introduced Akashvani Awards for best Audience Research Survey Report.

February 1,1996 : Foundation stone laid for new Broadcasting House in Delhi.

May 2,1996 : Launching of AIR on-line Information Service on Internet.

January 13,1997 : Audio in real time on Internet Service started.

November 23,1997 : Prasar Bharati Corporation came into existence.

January 26,1998 : Radio on Demand’ Service on 2nd FM Channel.

February 25,1998 : AIR news on telephone, live on internet.

April,1998 : Sale of Time Slots on FM stopped.

August 29,1998 : Prasar Bharati Bill was passed by Lok Sabha on 31.7.1998 made operational through an ordinance.

June,1999 : Shri R.R.Shah, IAS, named officiating Member Executive. Private FM Channels announced by GOI.

August 15,1999 : Radio Station commissioned at Kokrajhar in Bodo Land Autonomous Council Areas

August 15,1999 : Second FM Channels commissioned at Delhi and Calcutta.

November, 1999 : AIR launched a daily Malayalam Service for the Gulf Region. It consists of a 10 mts. News Bulletins at 2315 hrs. followed by a 5 mts. Commentary on a topical issue.

2000-2007

February 11, 2000 : Introduction of VB Channel at AIR Jabalpur.

March 13, 2000 : Radio Station commissioned at Dhubri in Bodo Land Autonomous Council Area.

March 24, 2000 : Introduction of VB Channel at AIR, Jammu.

June, 2000 : Community Radio Stations commissioned at Nongstoin & William Nagar in (Meghalaya), Saiha (Mizoram), Tuensang and Mon in Nagaland.

July 17,2000 : Regional Staff Training Institute (Tech.) started functioning at Bhubaneshwar (Orissa)

August 15,2000 : Introduction of VB Channel at AIR, Coimbatore.

September 3, 2000 : Introduction of VB Channel at AIR,Jamshedpur.

February 7,2001 : Radio Station commissioned at Gopeshwar (Chamoli) in the newly created State of Uttaranchal.

September 1, 2001 : AIR launched Infotainment channels, FM-II, at the four metro’s.,Chennai,Delhi.,Kolkata Mumbai

November 12, 2001 : This day declared as The Public Service Broadcasting day to commemorate Gandhji’s visit to AIR. Museum of Radio and Doordarshan inaugurated.

February 27, 2002 : AIR launched its first ever digital satellite home service to cater to the Indian sub-continent and South East Asia.

July 2002 : 75 years of Broadcasting celebrated

April 2003 : Marketing Division of Prasar Bharati inaugurated.

January 26th, 2004 : Bhasha Bharati channel of AIR launched at Delhi.

January 26th, 2004 : Classical Music channel launched at Bangalore.

February 19, 2004 : Shri Brijeshwar Singh, IAS took over as DG:AIR.

March 29th, 2004 : National Artists Awards ceremony held at Hyderabad.

April 1st, 2004 : Launch of Kisan Vani Programme from 12 stations.

May 25, 2004 : 20KW MW transmission at Kupwara Commissioned to strengthen Radio coverage in the border area of J&K.

September 6, 2004 : Min. of Information & Broadcasting laid foundation stone for 10 KW FM transmitter at Vijayawada.

December 16,2004 : Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh inaugurated DTH Service of AIR & Doordarshan.

                         : 12 AIR channels in different regional languages from various state capitals made available countrywide through the KU Band on DTH platform of Prasar Bharati.

15th June,2005 : FM transmitter commionsioned at Port Blair, Himmatnager, Saraipalli, Mandla, Rajgarh, Agartala and Imphal.

9th July,2005 : 1 kW FM transmitter commissioned at Shimla.

15th Aug, 2005 : FM transmitter commisioned at Udaipur, Rohtak, Gulbarga, Aurangabad and Madurai.

23rd Aug, 2005 : New Broadcasting House equipped with digital studio setup for News Service Division, External Service and Home Service inaugurated by Hon’ble Minister of I&B and Culture.

2nd Sept, 2005 : 1 kW FM transmitter commissioned at Gorakhpur.

23rd Decmeber,2005 : 1 kW FM transmitter commissioned at Deogarh in Orissa.

25th December,2005 : 5 kW FM transmitter commissioned at both Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh and Kurseong in West Bengal.

27th December,2005 : 10 kW FM transmitter commissioned at Shillong in Meghalaya and 1kW transmitter commissioned at Darjeeling in West Bengal.

15th & 16th Feb-06 : Commonwealth Broadcasting Association conference held at Delhi.

17th June, 2006 : 1 KW FM transmitter commissioned at Vijayawada (AP).

30th June, 2006 : Uplinking of DTH channel increased from 12 to 20.

11th July, 2006 : 1KW FM transmitter commissioned at Kanpur (UP).

1st Sept, 2006 : 200 KW MW transmitter commissioned at Kargil (J&K).1KW MW transmitters commissioned at Drass & Tiesuru (J&K).

2nd October, 2006 : 20 KW MW transmitter commissioned at Kota (Raj.) Jan-2007 to Dec-2007

  1. New Stations with FM Transmitters commisioned at Tamilnadu),Dharampur(Macherla(AndhraPradesh) and Aurangabad (Bihar).
  2. FM Transmitters commissioned at existing stations at Itanagar (ArunachalPradesh),
  3. Aizawl (Mizoram), Kohima (Nagaland), Baripada (Orissa), Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) and Puducherry.
  4. Existing FM Transmitters at Chennai i.e. 5 KW FM Tr. of FM Gold and 10 KW FM Tr. of FM Rainbow replaced by 20 KW FM Transmitters.
  5. Existing 5 KW FM Tr. of FM Gold service at Kolkata replaced by 20 KW FM Transmitter.
  6. New station with 1 KW MW Transmitter commissioned at Soro (Orissa).
  7. Existing 100 KW MW Transmitters at Delhi & Raipur (Chhatisgarh) replaced with new state-of-the art technology transmitters.
  8. As part of J&K special package for boosting border coverage, new Stations with 1 KW MW Transmitters at Nyoma & Diskit in Leh region commissioned.

Jan-2008 to Dec-2008 1. FM Transmitter at Leh (J&K) commissioned. 2. A 200 KW MW Transmitter commissioned replacing 100 KW MW Transmitter.at Najibabad 3. As part of J&K speacial package for boosting border coverage, a new station with 1KW MW Transmitter commissioned. at Padum in Kargil. With this all the 12 projects included in J&K special package Phase-1 commissioned. 4. Digital Captive Earth Stations at Leh, Varanasi, Rohtak and Aurangabad commissioned. New uplink stations at Dehradun and Silchar under implementation. 5. A new DTH Channel, Radio Kashmir, Srinagar added in the Direct to Home Service of AIR. There are now 21 radio channel available countrywide through the KU Band DTH Platform of Prasar Bharati (DD +), benefitting the listeners all over India. Jan-2009 to Dec-2009

  1. New station with 5 KW FM Transmitter commissioned at Oras (Sindhudurganagry) in Maharashtra.
  2. Computerization of AIR stations and offices in progress to facilitate online exchange of information and improvement of efficiency.
  3. Permanent studio facilities equipped with Digital equipment and computerized Hard Disc Work Stations for recording, dubbing, editing & playback provided at Jaipur (Raj) & Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh).

Jan-2010 to Dec-2010

  1. An exclusive dedicated FM channel “AIR FM DILLI” with one KW transmitter installed at AIR Broadcasting House Delhi. This channel was available on 100.1 MHZ in National Capital Region.
  2. The following new transmitters were installed:
  1. Churachandpur (Manipur)-6 KW FM Tr., Studio & S/Qrs.
  2. Bharmour (Himachal Pradesh)- 100 W FM Tr.,
  3. Keylong (Himachal Pradesh)- 100 W FM Tr.,
  4. Ooty (Tamilnadu)- 100 W FM Tr.,
  5. Thanjavur (Tamilnadu)- 100 W FM Tr.
  1. AIR ‘News on Phone’ Service made available at 14 places i.e. Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Patna, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Bangalore, Thiuvananthapuram, Imphal, Lucknow , Raipur, Guwahati, and Shimla.

Jan-2011 to Dec-2011

  1. Coverage of World Cup Cricket
  2. FM Gold started 24 Hours Service from 2nd October, 2011

2012

  1. Bangladesh recognizes Akashvani for its contribution in Bangladesh Liberation War on 27th March, 2012 at Dhaka. Sh. L. D. Mandloi, DG, AIR received the award at a special ceremony in Dhaka.