A Study to Assess the Impact of the Community Radio Station on the Panchayats in Mewat


Study is submitted by Seeking Modern Applications for Rural Transformation (SMART). Democratization of the communication process in rural areas through community driven tools such as community radio is an emerging area of focus yet to be fully unearthed. In Mewat, there are over 300 PRIs. This district, in the Indian state of Haryana is predominantly rural, with a population of 12, 00,000 inhabiting 532 villages in six blocks. The economic livelihood is dependent on agriculture or agro-based activities.

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