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Shubh kal - Amrit Mitti (Bundeli)

This episode of Shubh Kal is based on the issue of Climate Change and Agriculture. Here, we are talking about the Amrit Mitti and its types and how it can  be used for rejuvenating soil.

Programme Format: Magazine
Date of Broadcast: 0000-00-00
Date of Upload: 2013-10-08 05:14:39
File Format: MP3
Themes: Poverty and Livelihood --> Agriculture

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Lalit Lokvani

To develop means of livelihoods to bring equality in society to develop the communities of poorAdivasis and Dalits.

Lalitpuris one of UNICEF’s selected district for its integrated programme. It is considered a neglected area of Uttar Pradesh, lacking as it does, in facilities for health and education. Besides this, there is lack of awareness among people. As part of the UNICEF programme, Lalitpurwas selected for setting up a Community Radio Station. A Community Radio Station was envisaged for a good intervention for communicating and interacting with the community on issues like child rights, women’s health and empowerment.

Lalit Lokvani @90.4 MHz broadcasts its programmes for twelve hours daily in three slots between 8:00 am – 12:00 pm, 12:00 – 04:00 pm and 04:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

Languages of Broadcast: Bundelkhandi and Hindi

Name of the Programme Format Description Ek Ganw Ki Kahani Feature Focused on Village Information. Aap ki Farmaishe Song Lokgeet on Listeners’ Demand. Khet Aur Khalihan Interview Focused on Agro Information. Lalitpur Ka Itihas Feature Focused on Historical Place of Lalitpur. Hamare Teej Tyohar Hamare Riiti Riwaz Feature Focused on Bundeli Custom and Tradition.

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

Signature Programme: Hello Farmaish, BundeliJhalak, GaliGaliSim Sim. Community Participation: Community participation is central to the functioning of LalitLokvani. Since its inception, the radio worked on a narrowcasting model until the radio got a licence. Getting participation from the community therefore was ingrained in the culture of programme production at LalitLokvani. Most of the programmes developed with participation from the community for narrowcasting, which continues to date, are also available for further broadcasting. For effective management of LalitLokvani and timely decision making, LLV MC will have sub-committees like a HR committee responsible for issues related to HR and the finance committee responsible for finance-related matters. The programme committee is responsible for content and quality of the programme. Innovations in Format: Live phone-in programmes and live talk with listeners.

Funding and Partnerships: Funding at the time of inception,including infrastructure development and procurement of technical itemscame from UNICEF. Presently, funding comes fromgrants, advertisements from local business and folk artist registration with the radio station.However, specialised training and dedicated staff for marketing and sales helps in improving in revenue generation. Besides this, the revenue generation plan has to be implemented and reviewed quarterly by the CRMC to raise regular revenue for its station.

The use of other interactive formats like live-shows and phone-inswere also promoted where the communities called in anddiscussed actions at local level. There is a need to increase the time given for fresh programs as also to increase the number of hours of programme in local language and dialect.
Now LalitLokvani is the partner of five other agencies includingGaliGaliSim Sim, Development Alternative, Reach Foundation and Action Aid.

<p><strong>Core Team</strong></p> <ul> <li>Ashok Shrivastav</li> <li>Raman Shrama</li> <li>Anish Khan</li> <li>Pankaj Tiwari</li> </ul> <p><strong>CRMC Members</strong><br />We have formed a new 13-member management committee called the LalitLokvani management committeewith a president and a secretary.</p>

LalitLokvani 417, Gandhi Nagar Lalitpur Uttar Pradesh

Phone: 9648939947, 9918160263
Email: lalitlokvani@gmail.com, saijyoti_ltp@rediffmail.com

Frequency : 90.4000015258789
Broadcast hours : 08:00 - 20:00 Hours
Established in : 2010-09-03
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