RadioandMusic
| 28 Oct 2021
Hyderabad education trust to launch CR station

MUMBAI: The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India has signed a Grant of Permission Agreement for establishing, maintaining and operating a Community Radio Station at Abid Ali Khan Educational Trust, Hyderabad. A letter of Intent has been issued to the Institute after recommendations of Inter Ministerial Committee and seeking requisite clearances from various Ministries. The Community Radio Station is expected to be operational within three months as per the agreement. With this, the number of CRS will increase to 50 in the country.

The trust has been operating for about 15 years in Hyderabad and serving the community especially the weaker and marginalized sections by providing free education and vocational training in the field of journalism, computers, tailoring, embroidery and many other fields of livelihood generations. In furtherance of these objectives and to reach out to these communities, particularly those who are poor, literally challenged and socially and culturally underprivileged, the CRS proposed by the Abid Ali Khan Educational Trust aims to address issues that concern the community through participatory programmes, and improve the quality of life in general.