Trinity celebrates World Radio Day with the guest of Akashvani

New Delhi: Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS)Dwarka has organized a competitive event on the occasion of World Radio Day. World Radio Day is celebrated every year on 13 February. The objective of this day is to increase awareness among people and media about the importance of radio. The objective of this day is also to promote the dissemination of information through radio. UNESCO members celebrated this day in 2011. After this, in 2012, the United Nations General Assembly approved celebrating this day as International Radio Day. This year’s theme is – Radio: A century of information, entertainment and education.

The highlight of the celebration was the Talent Hunt Event organized by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. Participants showcased their skills and competed in various categories including Radio Jockey (RJ) Hunt, Newsreader (NR) Hunt, and Announcer Hunt. The competition was fierce, with each participant demonstrating creativity, passion, and professionalism.

Jagrati Sharma, News Reader, AIR News, Talat Khan, Announcer, AIR Indraprastha, and Divya Tomar, (RJ) were invited as the special guest and judges for this event. Their invaluable expertise and guidance enriched the event, providing participants with valuable feedback and encouragement.

Trinity Institute of Professional Studies remains committed to fostering talent and excellence in the field of radio broadcasting. Mr. Arunesh Dwivedi, Head of Department, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, expressed his gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the event. “World Radio Day holds a special place in our hearts as we celebrate the enduring power of radio to inform, entertain, and unite communities,” said Mr. Dwivedi. “I am immensely proud of all the participants who showcased their talent and passion for radio broadcasting. I would also like to extend my sincere thanks to our esteemed judges for their invaluable support.”

The event concluded with the announcement of winners in each category, who were awarded certificates and prizes in recognition of their outstanding performances. The winners demonstrated exceptional skills and creativity, embodying the spirit of World Radio Day.

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