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First Get-together of Radio Udaan

Radio Udaan family successfully had its very first get-together on Sunday, the 12TH October 2014 at   Sai Junior College for the Visually Challenged in the city of ‘nawaabs’  that is ‘ Secunderabad/Hyderabad’. The event was hosted by Meenal Singhvi , Surya Jyothi and Neha Aggarwal. The team/RJs who couldn’t become a part of it, enjoyed all the fun in the meet through online live video chat (Skype) direct from different cities. They introduced themselves and played an active role throughout the event.  The audience encompassed around 75 people including   students from Sai Junior College and Computer Instructor- Nagaprasad etc.  Even five   volunteer members of Radio Udaan family were also present there for the smooth arrangements. For the convenience of people, the whole event was translated into three languages – Hindi, English and Telugu. 
To make the event more intense and dynamic, we had a few guests too. The list of guests includes-
·       –  Rajshaker reddy from EFLU (English and Foreign Language University) along with his family. He gave an orientation on ‘Book Share’ and told about the procedure to avail the membership.
·        – Akhilesh Malani from Google. He presented a basic overview about the accessibility on applications, web, phones, etc.
·         -LVPEI’ helpdesk Aishwarya and Priya accompanied by a couple of rehab candidates.
The meet commenced at 2:30pm and it went on for two hours up to 4:30pm. It began with a brief

introduction by the hosts. After this, the participants gave their introduction. Next there came an exciting segment of games. The first game of this evening was ‘Numbering game’. People energetically took part in it. After this, Ms. Meenal (The Director of Radio Udaan) presented a motivating walk. The last game of the evening was ‘balloon blowing competition’. The gusto and confidence of participants added a flavor of warmth to this mesmerizing late afternoon get-together. At last, how can I forget to mention the ‘informative interactive sessions’. These sessions enlightened the audience about the scope and availability of options for better future. The event came to an end with snacks and soft drinks.

And apparently, this first get-together became a great success.