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Welcome to the Electronic Portal of The Additional Director General (E-NZ), All India Radio and Doordarshan, New Delhi.
About Us

The office of the Additional Director General (E-NZ), located at New Delhi, is one of the five such Zonal Offices of All India Radio & Doordarshan. The other zonal offices are those of West Zone at Mumbai, South Zone at Chennai, East Zone at Kolkata and North-East Zone at Guwahati. The Zonal Offices cater to the needs of both All India Radio & Doodarshan. The budget & staff requirements of these offices are also met by both the organisations accordingly.

Previously, these offices were known as Regional Engineer's (RE's) offices. First RE(NZ) was Shri N.L. Sahdev, who took over charge on 17.8.1968. Shri S.K Mukherji was the first Chief Engineer (North Zone) {CE(NZ)}, who had taken over charge on 29.6.1982. The Post of Chief Engineer was redesignated as Additional Director General (E). Shri V.K.Singla was the first Additional Director General (E-NZ).  At present, the following Additional Director General (E) are in position in the North Zone:

1. Shri Rajiv Kapoor, ADG(E-NZ)(P&A) - In charge Projects & Administration

2. Shri O.K Sharma, ADG(E-NZ)(DDM) - In charge Doordarshan Maintenance

3. Smt, S.Sengupta, ADG(E-NZ)(AVM), Additional charge Akashvani Maintenance

JURISDICTION OF THE ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR GENERAL (E-NZ)

The Jurisdiction of the Additional Director General (E-NZ) is over AIR & Doodarshan stations in seven states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand and two union territories of Delhi & Chandigarh.

MAIN FUNCTIONS OF THE O/O THE ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR GENERAL(E-NZ)(P&A)

  • Installation, testing & commissioning of the new projects of AIR & Doordarshan in the Zone.
  • Execution of the projects of AIR & Doodarshan under Special Scheme of J&K.
  • Selection, acquisition & related activities in respect of the sites of new projects.
  • Overseeing the departmental construction activities (of CCW) at the sites.
  • Supervision of maintenance & operations of existing stations.
  • Co-ordination of the requirements of spares by the stations.
  • Provision of funds under capital head for major activities at the stations.
  • Working as a link between AIR & Doordarshan Directorates on one hand and stations on the other for periodical returns and other activities.
  • Service matters of Non- Gazzeted Engineering Staff in the Zone including transfer, promotion, departmental examination, etc.
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All India Radio

The motto of All India Radio (AIR) is 'Bahujan Hitay, Bahujan Sukhay' i.e. AIR endevours for the welfare & happiness of all. All India Radio and Doordarshan are two Public Service Broadcasters under "Prasar Bharati", the Broadcasting Corporation of India. The main role of the Public Service Broadcaster is to provide Information, Education & Entertainment to the public at large. They work for the promotion of national integration and contribute in their way towards upliftment of the poorer sections of the society.

 

All India Radio came to be known as "Akashvani" from 1957. Prasar Bharati came into existence on 23 November 1997 in accordance with the Prasar Bharati Act, which was passed by the Parliament granting autonomy to AIR and Doordarshan. Prasar Bharati is managed by a Board. The Chief Executive Officer, who is a member of the Board also, is responsible for the implementation of the decisions of the Board in respect of both AIR & Doordarshan.

 

Brief History

 

Radio Broadcasting in India was started in Bombay by a Radio Club in June 1923. Subsequently, the Govt. of India and a private company "the Indian Broadcasting Company Ltd." commenced a broadcasting service on 23 July 1927 with the experimental transmission in Bombay & Calcutta. Later, Indian State Broadcasting Service was constituted by the Govt. on 1 April 1930. It was renamed as All India Radio on 8 June 1936.

 

At the time of partition, India had six radio stations (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata,Chennai, Tiruchirapalli & Lucknow) while three stations went to Pakistan (Lahore, Peshawar & Dacca). Six more radio stations run by princely states at Aurangabad, Hyderabad, Mysore, Trivandrum, Srinagar & Vadodara were subsequently taken over by AIR.

 

Aligarh SW Complex became operational on 14 September 1984 with two 250 kW transmitters. All AIR stations were provided with 5-channel satellite Radio Networking (RN) terminals in 1985. National Channel with over-night transmission was introduced from a Mega Watt MW transmitter at Nagpur on 18 May 1988. It is now available on SW & other MW frequencies.

 

The SW transmitting complex at Bangalore was inaugurated on 10 March 1990 with two 500 kW transmitters, which became one of the biggest centers in the world on 28 September 1994 with four more 500 KW transmitters. "Phone-in-Programme" was introduced from Delhi on 10 January 1993. Multi-track Recording Studios were commissioned at Mumbai & Chennai on 10 September 1994 & 5 August 1995 respectively. "Radio-on-Demand" service was commenced from AIR Delhi on 26 January 1998. "AIR News-on-Phone" service was introduced on 25 February 1998. The service is now available in 9 cities.

 

Infotainment channels (FM Gold) were launched on 1 September 2001 from four Metro stations. First Classical Music channel was inaugurated on 26 January 2004 from Bangalore on FM. Prime Minister inaugurated DTH service of Prasar Bharati on 16 December 2004. It carries 20 AIR channels in different regional languages round-the-clock receivable country-wide in Ku-Band using a small dish antenna. Studio set-up with latest digital state-of-the-art technical facilities was commissioned at New Broadcasting House (NBH), Delhi on 23 August 2005.

 

Organisational Structure

 

All India Radio is headed by a Director General (DG), who is an ex-officio member of Prasar Bharati Board. Engineering activities in AIR are supervised by Engineer-in-Chief (E-in-C), assisted by Chief Engineers (CEs). There are Additional / Deputy Directors General (ADG / DDGs) to look after Programme, Administration, Finance & Security matters. In addition to the AIR stations spread in the entire country, the following are other important AIR units engaged in various activities:

 

  • News Services Division (NSD) - Production of 509 News Bulletins in Home & External Services of AIR. It is headed by a DG (News).
  • External Service Division (ESD) - Broadcasting to foreign targets except two Americas. Its broadcasts are in 27 languages (16 foreign & 11 Indian) with a duration of about 72 hours.
  • Planning & Development (P&D) Unit located at Akashvani Bhawan, Delhi - Development of Plans / Schemes of AIR.
  • 5 Zonal Engineering offices in the country - Execution of new projects and supervision of maintenance of AIR & Doordarshan stations.
  • Civil Construction Wing (CCW) - Civil & electrical works of AIR & Doordarshan.
  • Research Department located at Delhi - Research & Development of equipment for AIR & Doordarshan, studies on sound & TV broadcasting, etc.
  • Staff Training Institute (STI), Programme & Technical - Imparting training to Programme, Engineering & Administrative staff of AIR & Doordarshan on related fields. STI(T) also conducts Departmental Examinations. Main institutes are located at Delhi. Regional STI(T)s are at Bhubaneswa, Shillong & Malad (Mumbai) and Regional STI(P)s are at 6 places.
  • Regional Programme offices in various regions of the country.
  • Transcription & Programme Exchange Service (TPES) - Exchange of programmes among stations & maintaining sound archives.
  • Audience Research Wing - Carry out audience research on AIR programmes.
  • Central Stores located at Delhi - Procurement, stocking & distribution of Engineering stores to AIR stations.
  • AIR Resources - Established as one of AIR's commercial arms to provide consultancy & turn-key solutions in the field of broadcasting. It generates considerable revenues for the organisation.
  • Marketing Divisions - Set up under Prasar Bharati at 9 places to cater to the advertising needs of both AIR & Doordarshan.
  • International Monitoring & Receiving Station, Todapur (Delhi) - Keeps a check on technical parameters of AIR's signals in MW, FM & SW available in Delhi and carries out monitoring of foreign broadcasts on reciprocal basis.

 

Present Set-up

 

All India Radio is one of the biggest broadcasting networks in the world. From 6 broadcasting centers & 18 transmitters (MW - 6, SW - 12) in 1947, it now (As on 8.10.2007) has 228 broadcasting centers (Primary Stations - 115, Local Radio Stations - 83, Relay Centers - 22, Community Radio Stations - 5, Exclusive Vividh Bharati Stations - 3) and 369 transmitters (MW - 148, FM - 167, SW - 54). There are 39 Vividh Bharati centers which also carry AIR's Commercial Broadcasting Service (CBS). FM Rainbow channels are operating in 12 cities primarily for urban teenage population and FM Gold channels in 4 cities as niche infotainment channels.

 

AIR has adopted a 3-tier system of broadcasting namely National, Regional & Local. AIR's programmes are a mix of news & current affairs, music, spoken words, etc. The programmes are broadcast in 22 languages & 146 dialects for the listeners in the entire country.

 

From 2.5% coverage by area & 11% by population at the time of independence, AIR's broadcast coverage is now 92.92% by area and 99.49% by population. The FM coverage is 36.25% and 49.75% respectively.

 

For more information, All India Radio's websites http:// www.allindiaradio.org and http://www.newsonair.com may be visited.

 

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Doordarshan

Doordarshan - India (DDI) is a Public Service Broadcaster under 'Prasar Bharati'. It provides television services in the country in terrestrial as well as satellite mode. The motto of Doordarshan is "Satyam Shivam Sundaram" which translates as : 'The Truth is The God and The God is Beautiful'. It signifies that Doordarshan stands for the Truth which, being another name of the God, is Good for the people also.

 

Brief History

 

The Television service in India was started by All India Radio in 1 November 1959 on experimental basis in its Research Department with a small transmitter and a make-shift studio. The regular daily transmission began in 1965. The service was extended to Bombay in 1972. By 1975, the TV services were available in 7 cities.

 

Television was separated from Radio on 1 April 1976. The name of new organisation was given as 'Doordarshan'. National Programme was introduced in 1982. At the time of 1982 Asian Games in Delhi, the black-&-white transmission was converted to the colour. In July 1984, Doordarshan started its ambitious scheme for the expansion of its coverage in the country by installing one-transmitter-a-day.

 

Organisational Structure

 

Doordarshan is headed by a Director General (DG), who is an ex-officio member of Prasar Bharati Board. Engineering activities in Doordarshan are supervised by Engineer-in-Chief (E-in-C), assisted by Chief Engineers (CEs). Additional Director General (ADG) is responsible for Administration. There are Deputy Directors General (DDGs) to look after Programme, Finance & Security matters. Following are various establishments in Doordarshan performing different activities:

 

  • Directorate General (DG)
  • 5 Zonal Chief Engineers' Offices of AIR & Doordarshan
  • High Power Transmitters (HPTs)
  • 126 Doordarshan Maintenance Centers (DMCs)
  • Doordarshan News
  • Programme Production Centers (PPCs)
  • Central Purchase and Stores (CP&S)
  • DD Commercial Service
  • Development Communication Division (DCD), established in March 2001, it functions as a single window marketing division and a production house for Government Ministries and Public Sector Undertakings.
  • International Marketing Division
  • Doordarshan Archives. It is a treasure house of many memorable performances of the great artists who have contributed to India's rich music and dance heritage.
  • 30 Regional Language Satellite Services. These are the round-the-clock satellite channels carrying programmes originated in the respective states.

 

Present Set-up

 

Doordarshan is one of the largest broadcasting organisations in the world in terms of the infrastructure of studios and transmitters, the variety of software and the vastness of the viewer-ship.

 

Growing from 10 Programme Production Centers (PPCs) & 18 High Power transmitters (HPTs) and population coverage of 25% & area coverage of 13.5% in 1980, it now (As on 01.12.2007) has 66 PPCs and 1397 terrestrial transmitters (1237 DD1, 156 DD2, 1 DVB & 3 other HPTs for regional channels). Out of 1397 transmitters, 208 are HPTs, 820 LPTs, 351 VLPTs & 18 Transposers. 91.8% population & 80.7% area of the country can receive Doordarshan programmes.

 

Doordarshan currently operates 30 channels - 7 all-India channels, 11 regional language satellite channels, 11 state networks and 1 international channel. Doordarshan has 3-tier programme service - National, Regional and Local.

 

  • DD National (DD-1): It is a number one channel in the country in terms of absolute viewer-ship. It provides a healthy mix of entertainment, information and education. All important events, including Question Hour in Parliament, are covered live on this channel. In satellite mode, DD National is available round-the-clock.
  • DD India : This international channel of Doordarshan was launched on 14 March 1995, as DD World, with a mission to build bridges of communication with Indians abroad. The Channel was renamed DD India in 2002. It is watched in 146 countries.
  • DD Sports : It was launched on 8 March 1999. Starting from six-hours-a-day broadcast, it became a free, round-the-clock satellite channel on 15 July 2003.
  • DD Bharati : The channel was launched on 26 January 2002. It telecasts programmes on health, children, music, dance and heritage. It also provides coverage to AIR Sangeet Sammelans.
  • DD News (DD-2): It is the first and the only terrestrial news channel in the country. This bi-lingual (Hindi and English) 24-hours channel was launched on 3 November 2003. Its terrestrial reach is 49.1% by population and 25.5% by area.
  • DD Direct Plus DTH Service: DD Direct + DTH service is now beamed from satellite INSAT- 4B at 93.5o E w.e.f. 1 July 2007. It is received throughout the country except Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

 

For more information, Doordarshan's web-sites http://www.ddindia.gov.in and http://www.ddinews.gov.in may be visited.

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