It is a open classes for any age group to become a ham radio operator. Also get enlightened with DRR.
Section A: Besic Electronics with Radio Theory and Practice for Amateur Radio. Section B: National and International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Radio Regulations applicable to the operation of amateur station and those relating to the working of station generally. Section C: Morse (Only for General Certificate). Morse reception and sending (8 wpm)
Capacity Development, Knowledge about Community-based DRR, Information Management, Risk Identification & Assessment, Economics of DRR, Disaster Risk Management Introduction.
Eligibility : Age above 12 years for Amateur Radio Examination or 10+2 or Higher . Duration : 6 Months. Fees : Free/-
Note - Applicants holding degree in Engineering/Science or Diploma in Engineering and having studied electronics or telecommunications shall be exempted from appearing in Section A of Part-I of the test.