A radio jockey is a person who hosts a radio talk show where RJ interacts with the viewer to select the music or discussion topic to play; the interaction is usually done over the phone, but can also be done online or via email. The term is mainly used by Indians who created it from Western disc jockeys. The term is derived from disc jockeys, who represent music in discos and Westernized radio stations.
This is a 120 hour course to be delivered in classes of 2 hours each. Thus, this course will run for a total of 60-75days. Instruction will be via lectures, screenings, demonstrations and hands on practical work. Students will do 3 projects in groups.