Radio Intersect DME Radio Society


  • Radio Intersect, the Radio Society at DME is a student driven body aimed at providing radio related exposure to young aspirants.
  • The society brings out the preferable skills required for radio personnel to excel in likewise work environment.
  • Creating a community at college level with experienced guidance of faculty and student coordinators may facilitate a crucial development in an individual for their future endeavors.


  • To provide an opportunity to the students for first hand radio exposure.
  • To establish a platform where students can create quality content and showcase their skills and talents.
  • To indulge the students in events/collaborations for an enriched and beneficial experience.
  • To develop a creative perspective among students, providing them the freedom to express themselves.

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Virtual Live RJ Hunt

Radio Intersect, The Radio Society of DME conducted the RJ hunt competition for the students of all the three schools, BBA, BJMC, Law and, the members of Radio Intersect on 25th September 2021. The RJ Hunt was held online via Zoom. Dr. Ambrish Saxena, Dean, DME Media School, greeted the audience with his warm words of encouragement. Dr.Susmita Bala, Head, DME Media School, also graced the event with her presence. The competition was judged by Ms. Sukriti Arora, Assistant Professor of DME Media School.

Virtual Workshop on Radio Production

Radio Intersect, the radio society of DME organized an online workshop for the students of DME media school on 30th September 2020. The workshop was held online via zoom and was conducted by Mr. Ritwik Ghosh Assistant Professor DME Media school. Mr. Ghosh demonstrated techniques of audio editing, mixing, and programme packaging. Dr. Ambrish Saxena Dean, DME Media School encouraged the enthusiastic students during the event. Dr. Sushmita Bala, Head DME Media school motivated students to develop a keen interest in radio.

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UNCAGE: Set Your Blues Free

Radio Intersect, the radio society of DME organised “Uncage: Set your Blues Free”, a virtual open mic event, in collaboration with Meraki, the society for mental health on 30th November 2020. The event was held online via zoom and hosted by Yashika Aggarwal, student convenor of the society. The theme of the event was based on ‘Mental well-being’, and it was open for everyone at DME, including teachers and students to contribute. The keynote speaker of the event was Prof. (Dr) Susmita Bala, HOD DME Media School. Faculty members of DME like Ms. Kritika Sati, Dr. Tinam Borah, Mr. Sachin Nair, Ms. Sukriti Arora, and Dr. Swati Jain poured their hearts out with poetry and sharing their experiences.

Auditions 2021

Radio Intersect, the Radio Society of DME conducted the auditions for first year students for all the three schools, management, law and media for inducting new members into the society on 25th January 2021. The auditions were held online via Zoom. 20 participants attended the auditions. The students were asked to brief themselves, mention their reason to join the society, and read out the provided script to test the voice quality and modulation. Scripts of various genres were provided to the students to discover their adaptation to various patterns. Scriptwriters were also asked to read out self-written scripts for a fair evaluation. The students were judged on the criteria of willingness to learn, other than mere talent. 

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World Radio Day Celebration

On the occasion of World Radio Day on 13 February 2021, Radio Intersect, the Radio Society of DME organized a virtual celebration. The event was anchored by AnujaSaklani. It was graced by the presence of Dr. Ambrish Saxena, Professor and Dean, DME Media School, Dr.SusmitaBala, Head, DME Media School, and students from all three schools of the college BBA, BJMC, Law and, the members of Radio Intersect. The program’s highlight was an exciting radio quiz which was held in three rounds. There was a presentation of two radio productions by the students of BA(JMC), namely, Afsaano ki Khoj by Yashika Aggarwal and Tumhari Jeet Hogi by Rishabh Patel.

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Orientation Session 2021

Radio Intersect, the radio society of DME organized an orientation session to provide information about the society for its students on 5th March 2021. The event was held online via Zoom and was hosted by Aditi Kothari. The session highlighted diverse aspects of the radio media, providing insight into the upcoming developments in the radio industry. The session was addressed by Dr. Ambrish Saxena, Professor and Dean, DME Media School, and Mr. Mohit Kishore Vatsa, and Mr. Ritwik Ghosh, Assistant Professors in DME Media School.

Radio Intersect Podcast Launch 

Radio Intersect, the radio society of DME organized an event to launch podcasts of Radio Intersect on 26th March 2021. The launch event was held online via Zoom. The session officially released a series of various podcasts prepared by Team Radio Intersect. The event was attended by Dr. Ravikant Swami, Director DME, Prof. Dr. Ambrish Saxena Dean DME Media School,and Dr. Susmita Bala Head DME Media School. The special guest for the launch was Ms. RJ Jassi (Jasprit Dhillon). The initial presentation was performed by Yashika Aggarwal, the student convenor of Radio Society. The presentation included a description of upcoming productions. An episode of the production Curtain Factory named ‘Rang Birangi Soch’ and an episode named ‘Every day is a women’s day’ under the production of Nazm-e-Alfaz were played.

InterQuest – The Radio Quiz

A good quiz always is a fun way to unwind the mind. On September 24, DME Radio Intersect hosted InterQuest, an inter-college radio quiz for radio enthusiasts.

The quiz, conducted by Yashika Aggarwal, student of third year and President, Radio Intersect, comprised of four rounds. A total of eight teams participated in the quiz, only four of which qualified for the final round. The first and second rounds featured an intriguing series of rapid-fire questions based on well-known radio personalities and shows followed by a visual and riddle round. A distinctive segment known as audience round, in which the audience was asked questions, increased the audience’s involvement and participation in the program.

After two rounds of tie-breakers, the team of Mrinal Rawat and Khushi Chaudhary, second-year students of DME Media School, won the third position while Anjali Pathak and Disha Dixit, second-year students of DME Media School came in second. Akshit Kandpal and Kanika Tyagi, students of Delhi University were declared the winners of the quiz.


Jaani Pehchaani Awaazein

Celebrating the contribution of various RJs over the years, DME Radio Intersect organised ‘Jaani Pehchaani Awaazein- An ode to our favourite voices,’ a virtual event dedicated to popular Indian RJs on August 28. Joining the radio enthusiasts was RJ Ginnie Mahajan, Radio City, the guest of honour who witnessed the event from Studio-62, DME. Honouring the radio jockeys, the members of the radio society created humble renditions of the classic shows of their favourite RJs.

The recreated shows by the members of DME Radio Intersect included RJ Ginnie’s ‘Ginnie ki Library’ by Aaditiya Sajan, Neelesh Misra’s ‘Yaadon ka Idiot Box’ by Yashika Aggarwal, RJ Divya Vasudeva’s ‘Ajeeb Dastaan’ by Aditi Katyal and RJ Praveen’s ‘Ek Kahaani Aisi Bhi’ by Ananya Verma.

A special video message from RJ Sayema Rehman, Radio Mirchi, was the highlight of the event. She appreciated the efforts of the society and presented positive reviews of the recreation of her show ‘Ek Puraani Kahaani’ by Shubham Mandal, former president, Radio Intersect.



Uncage-set your blues free


Amidst the depressive effects of the second wave of the pandemic, a much needed relief came in the form of an evening filled with poetry, laughter, stories and happy conversations in the second edition of Uncage-set your blues free, a virtual open mic organised by Radio Intersect- the radio society of DME. Held on May 26, the event provided a safe space for the students as well as professors to share their creativity, thoughts on topics close to their hearts and their experiences of dealing with the pandemic. The team also screened a video titled “I too am a Covid Warrior” capturing video messages from students on their experiences of fighting the pandemic.