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The benefit of insurance (Hindi)   
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This Radio programme speaks on the benefits of insurance and its advantages during the time of need. A short drama shows how a factory owner one night dreams of his factory going in flames. He is so disturbed by this dream that he remains to stay home the next day. 

His friend tells him that he should do insurance of his factory and the workers there. His friend consoles him by saying that it was only a dream which could have been a reality. Taking his friends advice he plans to do insurance of his factory and the workers there.

Vanishing wildlife (Hindi)   
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Human needs are increasing day by day and there is no stopping to it. In this process of satisfying human need innocent animals are killed every day throughout the globe for oil, skin, bones, and meat.

Vanishing of certain species today is the result of poaching; this programme speaks of certain species of deer normally found in India that are killed for their fragrance to be used in perfume industry. It is said that to collect one kilogram of kasturi one needs to kill forty matured deers. So it’s for individuals to decide to save the vanishing animals and save wildlife.

Information on tuberculosis (Hindi)   
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Tubercle Bacillus or Tuberculosis is a common and often deadly infectious disease caused by mycobacterium, Tuberculosis usually attacks the lungs but can also affect the central nervous system, the lymphatic system, the circulatory system, the genitourinary system, the gastrointestinal system, bones, joints, and even the skin.

The typical symptoms of tuberculosis are a chronic cough with blood-tinged sputum, fever, night sweats and weight loss. Tuberculosis is spread through the air, when people who have the disease cough, sneeze or spit. In India the cure of TB is done through DOT (Direct Observation Therapy)

Legal rights for women (Hindi)   
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In this interview, Mr. A.K.Chorisiya explains about the legal rights that women in India possess and how to exercise it. He focuses mainly on the rural women and how they can fight for their rights.

Young poets from Chanderi (Hindi)   
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In this programme it is shown that age is not a main factor for writing poems. Children from the age group of four to ten from a small place named Chanderi has turn this into reality and this radio programme speaks for itself.

Children have demonstrated their writing and speaking skills in this programme. The poems are of various varieties ranging from friendship to tensions during board exams.

Key to all problems is alcohol (Hindi)   
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Alcohol is considered as the root cause of all problems. A short drama in this programme shows how a drunken father tries to destroy his daughters class twelve report card and beats his wife when he does not get money to have alcohol.  Since his daughter is  literate she gets a job as a Agan Wadi worker and earns Rs 1000/- per month.

One day her father is arrested by the police for taking alcohol and gambling. To release him his wife needs to keep their house as a security deposit and pay the fee of Rs 5000/- to release him.  This incident changes his mind and he promises never to gamble and drink again.

Vitamins for healthy Llving (Hindi)   
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For a healthy life one needs to have nutritious food full of vitamins which is very essential for a healthy body. This programme imparts information on various types of vitamins like A, B, C, D, E and vitamin K. A short drama depicting a classroom discussion shows where and on which vegetables vitamins are found.

Dr. SP Siddarth also states that vitamins are very important and if this is missing in our body then any one from infant to old can suffer from any diseases.

Importance of computer (Hindi)   
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इस कार्यक्रम में हमने आज के वर्तमान युग में कंप्यूटर के महत्व को बताया है। इससे हमने जन-जन तक कंप्यूटर की जानकारी पहुंचाने की कोशिश की है, कि आज हर क्षेत्र में कंप्यूटर का महत्व कितना बढ़ गया है!

Effects of chewing tobacco and smoking (Hindi)   
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It is seen that most of the youth of today are addicted to smoking and chewing tobacco. Even after knowing that it is injurious to health they continue this habit. From the interviews of common people it is understood that some had started this out of  fashion and some to gain attention.

Mr. Champa Lal gives a detail information oh how harmful this habit is. He also says that if a person has a strong will power then he or she can easily overcome this addiction.

Results of rash driving (Hindi)   
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This radio programme imparts information on how rash driving is very dangerous.  Rash driving can lead to death of the driver and of innocent people working/walking on the streets. The short drams shows how the villagers visit a local police inspector and requests him to brief them about the traffic laws

 It is always said that if one is cautious and drives according to the rules then accidents are never bound to happen.

Chanderi Ki Awaaz

<p>The main objective of Chanderi Ki Awaaz is to reach out to every village and Panchayat of Chanderi. It also aims out to inform and educate people living in its broadcast area. Chanderi Ki Awaazstrives to make its listeners aware of their rights and duties as members of the community they live in.<br />Chanderi Ki Awaaz aims to use radio to connect and work with the 21 Panchayats of Chander. Besides informing and educating people on health, water sanitation, livelihoods, agriculture, welfare schemes, development of the weaver&rsquo;s community and their legal rights; the preservation of folk culture and local talent is one of the major objectives of Chanderi Ki Awaaz.</p>

<p>The journey of Chanderi Ki Awaaz began with OneWorld South Asia (OWSA) setting up a community multi-media centre in Chanderi with UNESCO&rsquo;s supportto provide computer and multi-media training to childrenfrom the community of weavers. Bunkar Vikas Sanstha &ndash; a local body of the weavers&rsquo; communitysubmitted an applicationfor licence and OWSAofferedcapacity building and advisory on Community Radio licensing, studio management and sustained, systematic radio production. Interestingly, volunteers built studio infrastructure and also helped pad studio walls with foam, fabric, egg-trays and curtains. They also fund-raised Rs. 32,000.</p>

The CRS Chanderi Ki Awaaz broadcasts @90.4 MHz daily for four hours between 7:00 – 9:00 am and 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Language of Broadcast: Hindi

Name of the Programme Format Description
Rahe Rojgar ki Talk We motivate youngsters towards new opportunities.
Dastane-e-Chanderi Documentary About the monuments of Chanderi and nearby areas.
Subah hoti hai Shaam hoti hai Interview About daily routine of the common people.
Kuch Lameh Sehat Bhare Information Programme provides information about health and hygiene.
Chughat ke pal Khol sakhi re Drama Programme provides information empowering women.

Source: Compendium 2011 and 2012, CEMCA and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

<p>Signature Programmes: Panchatatva, Ishwar Allah Tero Naam, Subah Hoti Hai, Sham Hoti Hai, Prerak Prasang, Daastan-e-Chanderi, Raahein Rozgar Ki, Urdu Diary, Kuch Lamhe Sehat Bhare, Suni Ansuni Baatein, Hamare Fankaar, Lokgeet, Chahal Pahal, Sanjeevani and Mahak Chauke Ki. Community Participation: Community participation is the mantra of Chanderi Ki Awaaz and community participation is ensured in all programming. Most of Chanderi Ki Awaaz programmes are conceptualised and produced by the community. Dramas, interviews, live phone-in programmes and folk music are recorded and produced by the community. Phone-in programmes are helpful in getting feedback from listeners, focussing specially on issues like health, small scale industries, weaving, Bidi and Tendu patta. Besides these, the radio also broadcasts programmes on tourism and cultural activitieslike folk songs Rai and Daak so as to connect the community with their radio.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships: In the true spirit of community mobilisation, the initial capital cost of Rs 40,000 came from the community itself. In January 2011, BECIL provided Chanderi Ki Awaaza fully-equipped, solar powered studio. The annual recurring cost too is met by resources mobilised from within the community itself besides advertisements and support provided by agencies like theBunkar Vikas Sanstha and Apna Kosh. Support to the project in the pre-establishment phase was obtained from One World South Asia and UNESCO&rsquo;s IPDC funds.CEMCA has also provided us with capacity building opportunities and training support.</p>

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<p><strong>Core Team:</strong></p> <p>Swadesh Samaiya, Seema Seikh, Insaaf, Shabana and Krishna.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong></p> <p>Champalal Ahirwar, Mohd Shaffeq, Abdul Rahuf, Hassin Uddin, Abdul Azim, Hari Narayan Ahirwar, Rafeek Khan, Swadesh Samaiya, Seema Seikh, Rahul Yagnik and Pooja Samaiya.</p>

Bunkar Vikas Sanstha, Old Bus Stand, C/o Sunil Jain’s Near Hotel Shrikunj, Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh, Pincode: 473446
Phone: 07547 – 253623, 9425768634
Email: chanderikiawaaz@gmail.com

Frequency : 90.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : 10:00-12:00 and 16:00-18:00 Hours
Established in : 2010-03-27
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