VYAS CHANNEL

 
The Vyas Higher Education Channel is dedicated to the students studying their degree courses in universities and colleges. The curriculum which is being followed is based on UGC model curricula and CBCS compliance. The scheduling of the channel is based on the step scheduling format
 
National Broadcast Code (NBC):

    Broadcast will not permit:

  • 1. Criticism of friendly countries;
  • 2. attack on religions or communities;
  • 3. anything obscence or defamatory;
  • 4. incitement to violence or anything against main-tenance of law and order;
  • 5. anything amounting to contempt of court;
  • 6. aspersions against the integrity of the President and Judiciary;
  • 7. anything affecting the integrity of the Nation; and;
  • 8. criticism by name of any person.
The pedagogy or approach to impart education, which is been adopted to create dynamic step scheduling, is to provide variety of the content and flexibility to view the content. This will certainly provide freshness to the scheduled content with its unique vertical placement. It will also break the monotony of horizontal repeats and provide more opportunities and flexibilities to choose the desired time and day to the students to view the desired programs.

Vyas Channel Telecast Schedule
  TIME TITLE DURATION SUBJECT
  06:00-06:30 Tidant Prakriya - XII 17'50'' LANGUAGE
  Grewia: Sweet and Sour Fruit 09'01'' BOTANY
  06:30-07:00 The Tragedies of Shakespeare: Othello Part- I 27'00"" LITERATURE
  07:00-07:30 European Renaissance: Transition Debate - II 30'00"" HISTORY
  07:30-08:00 Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat: Samiksha - III 13'20'' SOCIOLOGY
  Role Models: R. C. Desai 15'49"" GENERAL
  08:00-08:30 Shots Shutter Speed and Focus for Still Photography 29'00'' MASS COMMUNICATION
  08:30-09:00 Development of Information Systems - I 21'00'' INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  Camel's Foot: Kachnar (Filler) 08'49""
  09:00-09:30 Synchronous Counters 28'49"" COMPUTER SCIENCE
  09:30-10:00 Independent Assortment and Linkage 29'10"" BOTANY
  10:00-10:30 International Humanitarian Law and Indian Laws 22'24'' LAW
  Aahat Man (Filler) 03'51""
  10:30-11:00 Contemporary Indian Theatre: Performing Arts 23'00'' PERFORMING ARTS
  11:00-11:30 Constitution of India 34'37'' POLITICAL SCIENCE
  11:30-12:00 Cognition: Western Views - II 30'23'' PSYCHOLOGY
  12:00-12:30 Techniques and Strategies of Teaching Social Studies 30'38"" EDUCATION
  12:30-01:00 Cost Accountancy: Cost Volume and Profit Analysis - II 29'13"" COMMERCE
  01:00-01:30 Register Transfer Language and Microoperations 26'03"" COMPUTER SCIENCE
  01:30-02:00 Black Hole - II 25'00"" PHYSICS
  02:00-02:30 Sports Photography 28'01'' MASS COMMUNICATION
  02:30-03:00 Hanus (Natak) 30'38'' PERFORMING ARTS
  03:00-03:30 Ralegancha: Karmayogi 24'36'' SOCIAL SCIENCE
  03:30-04:00 The Need for Governance: Governance and Public Policy by Prof. Anil and Abha Chaturvedi 33'16'' POLITICAL SCIENCE
  04:00-04:30 Introduction to Photography 28'00"" MASS COMMUNICATION
  04:30-05:00 Indian Marriage Law and Women Rights 23'55"" LAW
  05:00-05:30 Cell Junction, Cell Adhesion and The Extracellular Matrix 30'40"" ZOOLOGY
  05:30-06:00 Contributions in Microbiology - III 30'00"" MICROBIOLOGY
19 AUG
2022