How many FM radio stations are there in Nepal?
Today Radio Nepal runs 17 local FM stations across the country.
Which is the first FM radio of Nepal?
Radio Nepal was established in April 1951. Currently, it airs national channel programs in SW, MW and FM bands with a total capacity of 533 KW. Its first FM channel, FM Kathmandu, was launched in 1995 utilizing a 1kW stereo transmitter installed in Khumaltar, Lalitpur.
What is the frequency of Radio Nepal?
List of stations
|Call Sign||Frequency (MHz)||District|
|Radio Adhyatma Jyoti||104.8||Kathmandu|
Who is the first lady singer of Nepal?
Ranu Devi Adhikari
She was also one of the prominent leaders of the Nepali Congress party. She was the first female singer of Radio Nepal….
|Ranu Devi Adhikari|
|Born||27 November 1936 Birgunj, Nepal|
|Died||30 April 2020 (aged 83) Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal|
How can I listen to air news on my phone?
The official Prasar Bharati app brings you 230+ Live Radio channels, Live TV, News, Current Affairs as well as Entertainment programs (text, podcast and videos) from Akashvani/ All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan (DD) networks in India.
Who Made Radio Nepal?
Tarini Prasad Koirala
In 1951, after the revolution, Radio Prajatantra was transferred to Kathmandu at Singha Durbar by Tarini Prasad Koirala, where it took the name Radio Nepal and started regular broadcasting at April 2, 1951. A 250-watt short wave transmitter was used.
Which is the oldest newspaper of Nepal?
Gorkhapatra (Nepali: गोरखापत्र) is the oldest state-owned national daily newspaper of Nepal. It is managd by Gorkhapatra Corporation.
How can I get a job in Nepal radio?
Application forms, advertisements and courses can be downloaded from Radio Nepal’s Website: www.radionepal.gov.np. Certificates of Educational Qualification, Certificate of Training, Inclusive Certificate, Council Registration Certificate, Equivalence, Affiliation, Certificate of Work Experience etc.
What is the AM PM full form?
Post meridiempost meridiem / Full name
From the Latin words meridies (midday), ante (before) and post (after), the term ante meridiem (a.m.) means before midday and post meridiem (p.m.) means after midday.