Do you have a creative innovative school with students eager to learn new and exciting ways of communicating? Do your students want to create talk shows, radio drama, discussion sessions and talk about social issues that matter to them in a non-confrontational format? If you immediately affirmed with a ‘yes’ in answer to this question, then School Radio is the right platform to see this positive change. You can start your own Online Radio with the support of 'School Radio'. School Radio conducts workshops in schools and colleges. It facilitates training and skill development of students in content development, communication and technology use. Regular time slot will be allocated to each school to webcast the programs developed by students.
Schools need not worry about 'Radio set up' or complex technologies.
We take care of everything.
Youth, below 30 years of age group, occupy above 50% of the total population of the globe. Youth occupy 27.5% (15-29 age group-as per 'India youth policy-2014') and 10-35 age group occupy 56.3 crore in India. But, we are neglecting their voices. School Radio is promoting a platform for children and youth to create, enhance and share their voices with the world. School Radio brings out the talent of children and youth. It promotes communication, public speaking skills, and team building among them. The process enhances their abilities, presentation skills, and confidence. At present, these programmes are in Telugu, Hindi and English, and would like to include all the regional languages in future.
School Radio creates a platform for students and academicians to showcase their talent in creativity, innovations, technology and find solutions and action in their respective fields of study.
Identification of topic
Research and analysis
Editing (Year 2)
Mixing (Year 2)
Webcasting (Year 3)
FOSS - Software provided
Radio Programs developed by schools will be recorded, edited and mixed by School Radio.
So, schools need not worry about complex technical issues.
Schools may opt a suitable package to webcast the radio programmes.
Radio Programmes developed by schools will be broadcasted on School Radio at regular, predetermined time slots.