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Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Radio listening technology by touching the sphere of the earth

 Radio listening technology by touching the sphere of the earth!

The Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting had prepared a draft, under which the authority to appoint the Directors General of Doordarshan and All India Radio (All India Radio) would be directly under the Central Government but the Ministry returned this draft bill within a few days.  Got it.

 According to the report of the Indian Express, according to experts, the draft Prasar Bharati Amendment Bill 2019 had such provisions that if it had come into effect, the autonomy of the national broadcasters would have ended.

 After the passage of the Prasar Bharati Act in the year 1990, Prasar Bharati was established as an autonomous body.

 On April 1, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting issued a draft bill removing the provision to set up an Appointment Board and directly delegated powers to appoint the Director Generals of Doordarshan and All India Radio to the Central Government.

 A notification was issued to get public feedback on this draft bill, which was removed less than a week after its release on the ministry's website and on 8 April, the ministry issued another notice stating that  The case is canceled until further orders.

 A notice issued on April 1 stated that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is in the process of amending the Prasar Bharati Act 1990, a draft note of which was sent to the Union Cabinet for inter-ministerial discussion.

 This notice stated that the Prasar Bharati Amendment Bill 2019 was drafted after receiving feedback and comments from all concerned ministries and departments.

 The note of this draft bill stated that according to Section 9 of the Prasar Bharati Act, the appointment and appointment of officers and employees of public broadcasters will be done after the advice of the Recruitment Board, which was established under Section 10 of the Act.

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रेडियो की सुपर टेक्नोलॉजी देखने के लिए यहां क्लिक करें।

यहां रेडियो सुनो!

 The note said, it was proposed to remove section 10 of the Act and amend section nine (giving the appointments of Director General and other officers of All India Radio and Doordarshan through PBRB) so that the central government can appoint director generals and others  Enable UPSC / SSC for appointment of officers and employees.

 Experts say that this step will end the autonomy of national broadcasters.  Former CEO of Prasar Bharati, Johar Sarkar said that it will completely take away Prasar Bharati's independence.  He said that the government deliberately did not approve the formation of PBRB in all these years.

 Prasar Bharati chairman A.  Surya Prakash said, 'I am glad that these amendments were repealed.'

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