National Institute of Amateur Radio
National Institute of Amateur Radio
Objectives
Human Resource Development
To exploit easily available national Human Resource and frequency spectrum to produce cost-effective solutions for faster economic developments of far reaching proportions.
Better Coordination
An alternative National network on communications and IT for proper and coordinated use of skilled resource.
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NIAR News
  •  27
    Feb
    Awareness program on Ham Radio for over 250 students of ECE II Year.
  •  27
    Feb
    Awareness program on Ham Radio for over 250 students of ECE II Year.
  •  21
    Feb
    Discussion on usefulness of Ham Radio for elder citizens at Santinagar Club, Masab Tank.
  •  20
    Feb
    Awareness program at Mathrusree Engineering College, Saidabad.
  •  18
    Feb
    Demo for 18 students from 5th standard of Oakridge School, Hyderabad at NIAR.
  •  12
    Feb
    Radio Demonstration program at Jal Sagar Art Gallery Studio Theatre, Sodepur to celebrate World Radio Day.
  •  29
    Jan
    Governing Council meeting of NIAR was conducted.
  •  28
    Jan
    ASOC Examination was conducted at Wireless Monitoring Station, Hyderabad. 10 students appeared for the examination.
  •  25
    Jan
    Book release function of “Camotology Pita Kolachala Seetaramaiah- Vuyyuru Nundi Olga Daka”.
  •  09
    Jan
    Equipment support for Gangasagar Mela 2016 communication by West Bengal Radio Club.
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  • Thank you and your team members for sacrificing your personal time to provide an excellent emergency communcation in Vishakhapatnam & Srikakulam Districts during the Hud Hud Cyclone relief programme.- Dr. Gaurav Uppal, I.A.S, The Collector & District Magistrate, Srikakulam

  • I appreciate the efforts of NIAR in promoting the HAM radio in the country.- V.Raju Sagi, (Head – PRCD / SCG, ISRO)

  • The institute is an excellent service to help the community and also teach and grow the technologies. The expeditions done by NIAR are key to future developments. - GARY YOHE, AJ4GL, USA

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