Gurukul Global School Mass Communication students celebrated National Broadcasting Day. A special Virtual Assembly was organized by the students of XI Humanities to commemorate 'National Broadcasting Day' on 23rd July. The students of Mass communication showcased their confidence and creativity when they performed as RJs and News Readers as a part of the planned Library activity was conducted to celebrate this day.
Mrs Raakhee Jaswal, Coordinator was the guest speaker on the occasion, and she highlighted the importance of this day. She quoted the words of ex-Information and Broadcasting Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar, who called it the most easily available medium of entertainment throughout the nation. She also highlighted the fact that the first programme of AIR, then called the Indian Broadcasting Agency was aired in the year 1927 from Bombay. The agency was taken over by the Indian Government in 1930 and since that time All India Radio, i.e. AIR has been entertaining us to date. She also highlighted that AIR broadcasts its programs in 23 Indian languages and 179 dialects. It is still one of the most popular medium of mass communication that educates, entertains, and informs the masses.