Broadcast Hours and Language
From Monday to Sunday, we transmit for 4 hours each day. Our broadcast schedule is from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM, consisting of 2 hours each day. Additionally, we have a repeat broadcast from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM. Our broadcasts are in Telugu and English.
The focus area of intervention of the MITS Radio 90.8 MHz CRS has majorly been
- Women and Child Health,
- Science & Technology,
- Youth Development,
- Wellness Programs,
- Career Counselling,
- Life Skills Education,
- Environment Issues,
- Social Issues,
- Gender Awareness,
- Women Empowerment,
- Spoken English Telugu Culture & Heritage,
- Indian Constitution,
- Social Harmony & National Unity,
These thematic areas represent the key focus areas of the MITS Radio 90.8 MHz Community Radio's interventions and initiatives. By addressing these topics, the radio station aims to contribute to the development and well-being of the community it serves, fostering awareness, empowerment, and growth in various aspects of individuals' lives and society as a whole.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
The MITS Radio 90.8 MHz Community Radio is dedicated to focusing on sustainable development goals (SDGs) and contributing to various crucial areas. The SDGs that the CRS specifically focuses on are
- SDG 2: Zero hunger,
- SDG 3: Good health and Well-Being,
- SDG 4: Quality Education,
- SDG 5: Gender Equality,
- SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth,
- SDG 13: Climate Action
- SDG 2: Zero Hunger - The MITS Community Radio aims to raise awareness about food security issues, promote sustainable agricultural practices, and contribute to efforts that eliminate hunger and ensure access to nutritious food.
- SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being - The radio station plays a role in promoting health and well-being by providing information on healthcare, disease prevention, healthy living, and supporting initiatives that improve the overall well-being of the community.
- SDG 4: Quality Education - The MITS Community Radio emphasizes the importance of quality education and strives to provide educational content, awareness programs, and initiatives that support equal access to education for all.
- SDG 5: Gender Equality - The radio station actively promotes gender equality, highlights gender-related issues, advocates for women's rights, and creates a platform for discussions and awareness about gender equality in the community.
- SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth - The MITS Community Radio focuses on promoting decent work, sustainable economic growth, entrepreneurship, and initiatives that enhance livelihood opportunities for individuals and communities.
- SDG 13: Climate Action - The radio station is also committed to raising awareness about climate change issues, promoting sustainable practices, and encouraging actions that contribute to climate mitigation and adaptation.
By focusing on these SDGs, the MITS Community Radio aims to make a positive impact and contribute to the sustainable development of the community it serves.
Our primetime programmes are Pallelu Panta Seemalu, Udyoga Varthalu, Chinnarula Karyakramam, Sastra Vignanam, Sandhya Samayam, Yuvata-mata manthi, Mahilavani, and Matha-Sishu Karyakramam are all programs that aim to improve the health, education, and well-being of various groups in the community.
Pallelu Panta Seemalu is a program where local agricultural officers are interviewed to increase farmers' awareness of agriculture. The program covers topics such as Kisan, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, and Poultry.
In Udyoga Varthalu, experts from the field of education discuss career opportunities, scholarships, and other information that can guide youth towards a better future.
Chinnarula Karyakramam is a program where teachers from local schools come and teach language classes on different subjects for students.
Sastra Vignanam is a program that features interviews with researchers and faculty members on various scientific topics, as well as news and updates on ongoing research projects. The program also includes discussions on the societal impacts of science and offers opportunities for listeners to call in or submit questions. This would help bridge the gap between the scientific community and the general public, promoting scientific literacy and appreciation among listeners.
Sandhya Samayam focuses on the experiences of senior citizens, providing a valuable platform for members of the community to connect, share their experiences, and learn from one another.
Yuvata-mata manthi focuses on youth, while Mahilavani aims to empower women, and Matha-Sishu Karyakramam focuses on women and child health