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Books

Social Video: Tips and Tricks for Citizen Journalists, Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, 2012

Broadcasting Science: a resource kit for broadcast professionals, supported by UNESCO-IPDC, published by AIBD and UNESCO, 2010

Getting the Story and Telling it Right – HIV on TV lead author in the Handbook for TV Producers and Trainers, published as UNESCO Journalism Education Series in 2009.

Minimum Quality Standards for HIV Communication: coordinated and contributed to the creation of the document for UNAIDS, 2008

Preventing Wars and Terrorism: Towards a Science of History, Mehta Publishers, 2004

Papers

Papers and articles published

Why Ramu doesn’t ask questions – An analysis of the nature of questions, their role in the intellectual development of children and the psychological, social and cultural parameters that inhibits this behaviour Science Reporter February 2015

Innovations in attracting the young to pursuit of Science An assessment and evaluation report on the INSPIRE programme of the DST Current Science 108 (2): 170-175 (2015)

Public TV Broadcasting in Asia-Pacific, Yojana, July 2013 Accessible at http://yojana.gov.in/public-tv-broadcasting.asp

Social Media: Reconstructing the Fourth Pillar Yojana 2013 Accessible at http://yojana.gov.in/topstory_details.asp?storyid=463

Science Broadcasting: Experiences, explorations and experiments Propagation Vol.2 (No.2) 134-140 (2011).

Educational Media as an Industry in The R&D Challenges before the Indian Industry – Time to have look at our Universities (Eds.) V B Lal, R P Mathur, H S Bawa, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala Allied Publishers (2001).

A Critical Perspective on the Indian Experience, Online Journal of Space Communication Issue 12, 2007 accessible at http://spacejournal.ohio.edu/issue12/madhu.html

Communication for Advocacy Health Dialogue 25: 9 (2001)

Skill Building through Television CWCR News 5(6) June 2000

Meditations on the sutras of Modern Physics Computers & Graphics 24:629-631 (2000) available online at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0097849300000650

Style Book for Countrywide Classroom A Desk top publication for those who are associated with UGC programme production (1999)

Camera as a Tool for Social Action Media Asia (1999)

Market forces and Educational Television: Meeting the Pro-Social Challenge, Chapter 10 in Media and Market Forces Eds.V S Gupta, Rajeshwar Dayal, AMIC, 1998

Papers presented

Essential Skills, Attitudes and Knowledge for Science Producers presented in the National Seminar on Science and TV, Thiruvananthapuram, August 2011

Some Strategies, Methodologies and Techniques for instilling and promoting Scientific Temper presented in National Workshop on Scientific Temper, Palampur, July 2011

UGCs Video Resources for Ayurveda Education presented in the 4th International Seminar on Ayurveda, Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar, January 2003

Energy Flow and Social Violence presented in the 26th Indian Social Science Congress at Vishakhapatnam, Jan 22nd to 26th, 2003

Gender, Language, Media Presented in Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore (1999)

Teaching Experience

A part of the course on Science Communication, IISER Pune, 2012

Television Production in National Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, 2004-2005.

Writing Skills in Sri Aurobindo Institute of Mass communication, New Delhi, 2004

A series of lectures on Development Communication in Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 2004.

A series of Lectures on Communication for the trainees of Indian Information Services, IIMC, Delhi, 2001

A series of Lectures on Communication for the trainees of Indian Information Services, IIMC, Delhi, 2000

Conducted s series of classes in Videography and Editing for field workers of Swaasthya, an NGO in Delhi 1999

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2 Comments

  1. sujithraj kothapeta says:

    Sir I teach chemistry for 11th and 12th CBSE and ISC boards. I make them subjects visualise and link them with daily activities.

    I want to make videos on each technical term of chemistry with proper meaning and visualisation

    Eg: 1joule I should explain what it mean with respect to work/ heat etc

    Looking for apositive reply

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    • K P Madhu says:

      Dear Sujithraj,
      There are two others teaching chemistry that wanted to do similar work. Perhaps we can arrange a workshop specifically for chemistry teachers.Let us discuss the possibility.of a three-week workshop on video production for chemistry teachers. Somebody has to host it and we need to find a funding agency.

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