3 edition of Implications of India/U.S. Instructional Television Satellite Experiment Project (called SITE) found in the catalog.
Implications of India/U.S. Instructional Television Satellite Experiment Project (called SITE)
P. G. Joshi
1978 in Maharashtra, India ; Sumter, S.C., USA : Joshi, 1978 .
Written in English
|Statement||P. G. Joshi.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 83/10854 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p.,  fol. leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||80116717|
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Satellite Instructional Television Experiment or SITE was an experimental satellite communications project launched in India indesigned jointly by NASA and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The project made available informational television programs to rural India.
The main objectives of the experiment were to educate the financially backward and academically illiterate. Abstract. The Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) was a major NASA applications satellite program for educational TV in India.
The project involved the use of NASA’s Application Technology Satellite-6 (ATS-6) to broadcast educational programs directly to television sets placed in different rural by: 1. This evaluation of India's Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) investigated the process of existing rural communication, the role of television as a new medium of communication in SITE instructional areas, and the process of change brought about by television in the rural structure at the micro-level.
The report includes descriptions of the methodological strategy and profiles. Topic: Awareness in the fields of Space, 6) Discuss the significance of the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) and its association with India.
( Words) The Hindu. SITE/Satellite Instructional Television Experiment: Overview Question: Satellite Instructional Television Experiment marks India’s first attempt to use technology for education.
SITE is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month. Provide an overview of this educational technology initiative. A commemorative postage stamp on the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE), an Indian experimental satellite communications project.
Issued by India. Issued on Aug 1, Issued for: The Posts and Telegraphs Department feels greatly privileged to bring out a special postage stamp to mark this event of great significance to the Nation.
Community viewing of television and further discussions among themselves were the major strength of the project. Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) is one of the pioneer experiments in Indian television scenario where television is used for social causes.
The Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE), India’s first attempt to use technology as an educational tool, celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. The Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) was a unique effort aimed at studying the possibilities of satellite broadcasting for educati.
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The Indian Satellite Instructional TV Experiment: Its Origins, Organization, Messages and Effects. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Convention. Chicago, June Infrastructure for Rapid Transformation of Rural Society: A Case for Participatory Local Media.
Subject: Mass Communication Video Production Course: Media Scene in India and Media Theory Keyword: SWAYAMPRABHA. The Satellite Instructional Television Experiment or SITE was an experimental satellite communications project launched in India indesigned jointly by NASA and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
The project made available informational television programmes to rural India. The main objectives of the experiment were to educate the poor people of India on various. "India conducted what was one of the largest sociological experiments in the world in the s, with the initiation of the Satellite Instructional Televisio.
This document reports on the technical and programmatic planning stages of the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE), which was undertaken by India in utilizing the first satellite capable of transmitting television programs directly to community receivers.
Programmatic planning includes program objectives, the mechanics of programming, content for adults and children. Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) conducted. Department of Space, Indian Space Research Organisation PUBLIC NOTICE - ATTENTION: JOB ASPIRANTS.
The project was taken up in schools with T.V. sets. It covered nea students. Satellite Instruction Television Education (SITE): The SITE experiment was launched in villages in 6 states in August for a period of one year. It helped to. The paper describes the role of space communication in promoting national development with special reference to experiments conducted in India, namely.
iii Page Earth coverage and frequency reuse. 81 Earth coverage by a geostationary satellite. This book examines the development of television in India since the early s, and its implications for Indian society more widely. UntilIndia possessed only a single state-owned television channel, but since then there has been a rapid expansion in independent satellite channels which came as a complete break from the statist control of the past.
The concept of beaming educational programmes through satellites was effectively demonstrated for the first time in India in through the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE.
Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE): Reports from the NASA resident representative in India Reports submitted by the NASA project representative for the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) at Ahmedabad, India are presented.
These reports deal with the coordination of all SITE related matters between the ATS 6 Project at Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA.
A smilar project of TV by satellite has been studied by Argentina. Its The proposed Indian satellite experiment, scheduled to begin around inexpensive televisions in remote areas.
Instructional television will be beamed directly to individual TVs in some 2, Indian villages. In addition, larger Indian cities will receive. (Satellite Instructional Television Experiment) said that SITE was a land mark social exper iment in the histor y of democratic India to assess the effect o f TV in the rural I ndian society.
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On August 1, a Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) was launched with the help of an American Satellite for a period of one year when villages in six states - Orissa, Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka were exposed to area specific programmes beamed with the help of the satellite.
Satellite TV is increasing being used for educational purposes as has been demonstrated by the success of the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) in India followed by similar experiments in Canada, China and Thailand.
―Educational Television (ETV) and its relationship to higher. SITE Satellite Instructional Television Experiment. The long cherished dream of Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the father of Indian space programme, to create a mega mass communication channel for the central government of India to reach out to all its citizens including the secluded rural populace for instructive and educative purposes took a practical shape when Satellite Instructional Television.
The Indian National Satellite (INSAT) system was commissioned with the launch of INSAT-1B in August (INSAT-1A, the first satellite was launched in April but could not fulfil the mission).INSAT system ushered in a revolution in India's television and radio broadcasting, telecommunications and meteorological sectors.
It enabled the rapid expansion of TV and modern telecommunication. It provides a useful look into the project as it was running by a man who was intimately involved in it. I've located a further document of potential use for this article: 'Satellite Educational Television for India, An Examination of Economic & Policy Aspects, Lakshmi Prasad Vepa' It's a Masters Thesis discussing the project.
Satellite television provides a wide range of channels and services, often to areas that are not serviced by terrestrial or cable providers. While Doordarshan was expanding rapidly during the s, the cable television industry was mushrooming in the prime cities of India. The VCR greatly multiplied entertainment options for Indian audiences.
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Television in India: satellites, politics and cultural change in SearchWorks catalog. Inthe government carried out the first test of the possibilities of satellite based television through the SITE ((Satellite Instructional Television Experiment)) program.
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Inthe Russians launched Sputnik 1, which was no more than a metal ball containing a radio, a battery, and a thermometer. However, this experiment provoked a spark that led to decades of space missions.
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