Miranda House’s hard work and innovation has added on to the college’s reputed name. The girls and teachers of Miranda house are on the pedestrian to give the college a digital makeover. The college now has it’s own community radio; the hard work of the Miranda students has got new wings to fly in the skies of creativity, 2 programmes run by student have also been aired. An add on course for aspiring radio jockeys has also been introduced.
With a zeal to stand above everyone during the admission mission, Miranda House launched it’s community radio on 2nd March’17. The motive to connect the students and keep them update about the activities and events of the colleges is all what striked the idea of putting up this community radio. Hopefully students will be able to pursue the newly added *radio jockey* course from next academic session.
Starting from august, the course will train the students in scripting, voiceover and modulation, running of different kind of programmes etc. Open for all this course is set to change the lives of many by giving vast career options to DU students.
A reader, a learner, a creative enthusiast, the craziest kid of the lot. Pragya Narang is an English Hons. student of S.G.N.D. Khalsa College, DU.