Small Videos are Invited to Telecast During Onam in Kite Victers Channel
From August 19 to 23, Small Videos for Kids are invited to be telecated in Kite Victers Channels for 5 Days along with the Normal Telecast.
The Videos should be Maximum length of 3 min. You can send Onam Songs and Poems with HD Quality. Videos shoud be posted on ki***********@gm***.com (Google Drive) before 2 PM on August 18. You shoud mention your Name, Mobile Number and Complete Address in post. The telecast right should be given to Kite Victers to telecast the video.
Kite will Publish only Qualified Videos. No need to contact further.
About Kite Victers Channel
The second phase of EDUSAT initiative was the launch of an educational channel – IT@School VICTERS ( Versatile ICT Resource for Students ) in 2006. Through Receive Only Terminals (ROTs) a large majority of schools in the state are able to access ViCTERS. Over and above this, VICTERS is transmitted through the local cable networks and covers 80 per cent of the households in the state. Currently VICTERS is telecast 17 hours in a day; from 6 a.m to 11p.m.
Programmes on the channel provide the right mix of entertainment and knowledge/information to the children, which include various inhouse productions as well as international programmes. Numerous programmes on Science, Technology, Language, Art, Music, General Knowledge, Educational news, Films etc are prepared for the channel. Various programmes and videos prepared by students and teachers are also aired through the channel. VICTERS had tied up with several national and international institutions
The core objective of KITE was to inculcate ICT enabled activities in over 15000 schools in the State. The first breakthrough of the unique initiative came in 2005 when Information Technology was made a compulsory subject in Std 10. The launch of EDUSAT operations and broadband connectivity to schools commenced since then, the VICTERS channel under KITE was setup in 2005 and it is the first Complete Educational Channel in the Country. By effectively making use of the Centrally sponsored ‘ICT at School ‘scheme, KITE provided ICT infrastructure to 4071 schools during 2007- 2012. In 2016, the ICT intervention in Lower Primary and Upper Primary sections was reinitiated, by launching exclusive ICT Textbooks viz; Kalipetti (for Std 1 to 4) and e@Vidya (for Std 5 to 7). As many as 1.50 Lakh teachers and over 50 lakh students stand benefited through the ICT initiatives by KITE every year, enabling the teachers to transact their subjects more effectively using ICT tools and also equipping the students to learn various subjects with ease by using ICT.
KITE amply supplements the State Government’s Public Education Rejuvenation Mission (Pothu Vidyabhyasa Samrakshana Yagnam) with initiatives such as Samagra Content Portal, Sampoorna School Management software and SchoolWiki which connects 15,000 schools for collaborative content development process. A major highlight was the ‘Little KITEs IT Clubs’ programme under which over 1 lakh students are being provided specialized trainings in 5 different areas such as Animation, Cyber Safety, Hardware, Electronics, Malayalam computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics etc. Through the transformation to a full-fledged Company under the Government, KITE has now more scope and authority for implementing various ICT programmes, when compared to the earlier Project mode of operation. During the recent years, KITE has successfully implemented the Rs.493 Cr Hi-Tech school Project in 4752 Secondary schools and Rs.292 Cr Hi-Tech Lab Project in 9941 Primary schools. As part of the Hi-Tech school project, 45000 classrooms of Std 8 to 12 in 4752 Govt and Aided schools in the State have been made Hi-Tech.