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Radio Luit

District: Guwahati, Assam

Programmes are planned and designed to ensure maximum participation of the community members. Radio Luit's activists regularly visit the surrounding villages to meet people from various vocations. Views and opinions from the community members are gathered on regular intervals regarding quality of transmission and their suggestions for new innovative programmes. Programmes are broadcast in such a way that listeners become eager to listen to their own voice...

Media: Radio

Radio Frequency: 90.8

Community Served:

Geography Served:

Languages: Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo

Website: Click Here

Email: kandarpagu@gmail.com

Telephone: 0361-26737289435043124

Primary contact: Dr Kandarpa Das

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Radio Luit, Guwahati, Assam

About Radio Luit

Programmes are planned and designed to ensure maximum participation of the community members. Radio Luit's activists regularly visit the surrounding villages to meet people from various vocations. Views and opinions from the community members are gathered on regular intervals regarding quality of transmission and their suggestions for new innovative programmes. Programmes are broadcast in such a way that listeners become eager to listen to their own voice. School children and their teachers are engaged regularly in production of variety programmes. The most participating programme is Mukoli Sora (Open Forum), where maximum participation of the community members is ensured.

Signature Programme:
Mukoli Sora (Open Forum), the signature programme of Radio Luit, is broadcast everyday in a week except Saturday in which we discuss with listeners through phone different topics related to career counseling, science, education, cultural, social awareness, etc. This programme has maximum participation of community members. Average number of calls received everyday is around 25. The composition of callers includes shopkeepers, students, housewives and general public.
For every programme, experts on various fields related community development are invited to discuss and respond to calls. Listeners actively participate in this programme by asking questions and giving their views. On the last Sunday of every month in this programme we invite one of our regular listeners to the studio to participate in a live programme and interact with other community members.

Mailing Address:

Institute of Distance & Open Learning,  Gauhati University
Guwahati
Assam
India
781014

 

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