FM RADIO 7 Launch

 The launch of FM RADIO 7 sizzled the skies of Pinkcity on 7th March 2005. 90.4 FM became the hottest number to have hit the air waves in town, courtesy FM RADIO 7, the latest venture of  the IIS Institutional Network. The first community radio of the country run by any private college was inaugurated by Sh.Ghanshyam Tiwari,Education Minister, Rajasthan. Sh.Ashok Parnami, Mayor of Jaipur was the Guest of Honour. The ceremony was organised at India International Institute of Management (IIIM), Sector 12, Mahaveer Marg, Mansarovar, Jaipur.
Sh.Ghanshyam Tiwari formally inaugurated the Radio Station by unveiling of the foundation stone and switching on the transmitter. The audience enjoyed listening to a live
tête-à-tête with Sh.Ghanshyam Tiwari & Sh. Ashok Parnami on air during the ceremony. The celebration followed by the cutting of FM RADIO 7 Cake & the release of FM RADIO 7 Sticker. A cultural programme was also presented by the ICG students.
Sh.Ghanshyam Tiwari, in his address, said that it is a matter of great pride for the state that IIS Institutional Network has taken an initiative of educating the masses through FM Radio Channel. Appreciating the contribution of private institutions in the field of education, he assured every possible support from the government. He also urged the Institutional Network to establish a Private University for Women.
Sh. Ashok Parnami called FM RADIO 7 as a very significant innovation in the field of education. He wished the channel to be grand success.
The Chief Guest  Smt. Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister of Rajasthan could not be present at the ceremony for not being well but she sent her blessings to the audience through 'Phone-in' programme. She said,"FM RADIO 7 established by the IIS Institutional Network is a modern concept. I congratulate the Director, Staff & Students whole heartedly. This effort will bring a revolutionary
change in the technique and quality of education, I firmly believe. My loads of blessing for the success of FM RADIO 7."
Director Dr. Ashok gupta, while addressing the audience, said that  the radio channel would prove to be a vital platform for the students to learn and execute the technique of broadcasting.