Monday, June 15, 2015


Uttarakhand Open University (UOU) uses novel educational programmes, various modes of communication technology and contact sessions to make distance learning more effective. The major objective of the University is to cater to the educational needs of the target groups to create skilled and knowledge based human resource for speedy upliftment and development of the State. The University aims to impart quality education by maintaining high academic standards.
The Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) is an international organization established by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), Vancouver, Canada, to promote the meaningful, relevant and appropriate use of ICTs to serve the educational and training needs of Commonwealth member states of Asia. CEMCA receives diplomatic privileges and immunities in India under section 3 of the United Nations (privileges and immunities) Act, 1947. The strategic objective of CEMCA is to promote co-operation and collaboration in the use of electronic media resources for distance education.
Uttarakhand Open University, in collaboration with CEMCA, is conducting 4 days workshop from 23-26 June, 2015 on “Community Radio Technology” for all the professionals, practitioners of Community Radio at Uttarakhand Open University, Haldwani.
The objectives of the workshop are:

1.Understanding Community Radio Technology
2.CR production System and Technology
3.CR transmission System and Technology









Schedule for 4 Day ToT Training Course on CR Technology
Uttarakhand Open University, Haldwani








09:30-11:00 hrs
11:30-13:15 hrs
14:00-15:30 hrs
15:45-17:30 hrs
DAY-1

June 23, 2015
Topic
> Inaugural session
> Overview
> ToT- training Skills
> ToT - Session Preparation
> ToT - Communication Skills
> Basic of Electricity
> Power Backup and Voltage Stabilization
> Basics of Sound
> Analog & Digital Audio

Trainer
Mr. Y.K. Sharma
Dr. Ankuran Dutta
Mr. Y.K. Sharma
Mr. Khuswinder
Mr. Pankaj Giri
  DAY-2

June 24, 2015
Topic
>Community Radio: Concept and Overview
>Context, Access and Equity
> Components of Audio Chain
> Studio Acoustics
> Sound recording & Editing
> Mixing & Mastering
> Community Radio Policy Guidelines
> Technology for CR: Guiding principles
>Evaluation tools on CCRT

Trainer
Dr. Ankuran Dutta                
Mr. Pankaj Giri
Mr. Khuswinder
Mr. Pankaj Giri
Dr. Ankuran Dutta                 Mr. Khuswinder
DAY-3

June 25, 2015
Topic
> Audio Hardware & Field recording
> Free & Open Source Software
> Telephony for Radio
> File formats and compression
> Storing & Retrieval
> Good Engineering practices for studio setup
> Studio environment: Preventive & Corrective Maintenance
> Content Distribution: Alternative Mechanism
> Components of Transmission Chain
> Components of FM Transmitter

Trainer
Mr. Khuswinder
Mr. Pankaj Giri
Mr. Khuswinder
Mr. Pankaj Giri
DAY-4

June 26, 2015
Topic
Introducing the CCRT
> Components of Community Radio Station
> Radio waves & spectrum
> Antenna & Coaxial Cable
> Propagation and Coverage
> Transmission setup: Step-by-step
> Transmission System: Preventive and Corrective maintenance
> Transmission  set-up: Good Engineering Practices

> Training on Module 9
> Work Shop Closing
> Feedback

Trainer
Mr. Pankaj Giri
Mr. Khuswinder
Mr. Pankaj Giri













 

Faculty Members


Prof. Durgesh Pant
Director
School of Computer Science & IT



Dr. Jeetandra Pande
Assistant Professor


Balam Singh Dafouti
Academic Associate


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Computing & Information Technologies have brought about a tremendous metamorphosis in the world, we live in.  In fact, no other technology has had such an indelible impact on the human society.
Indeed, technology happens to be the biggest enabler in this webified world. The fusion of technologies provides solutions to address the issues of asymmetry, disparities, inequalities that exist in the world today.
The school is precisely working to address this asymmetry by reaching out to people with its academic programmes. The school functions on the premise of bridging the gap between digital haves and have-nots through its delivery of qualitative, cost-effective tech-education. The school works to ensure a level playing field to one and all through what we at the school call as ‘INCLUSIVE COMPUTING’. We know for certain that the time-ahead demands ‘inclusive computing’ and we are also empowering women, disadvantaged groups of people in the far flung hilly areas of this state.