Now, Indian students are taking new steps to be connected with their faculty and teachers through Internet Radio on the campus. Students at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India have found a new way to be connected through e-Radio on the campus.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Students are using the radio in the campus limits for communication, entertainment and educational purposes. The institute is using the local area network (LAN), which has the bandwidth of 100Mbps in the campus. The total investment to set up a radio station is around INR 55,000 with a personal computer, a headphone and speaker set. Currently, there are more than 50K Radio Stations, which are broadcasting over the Internet. According to Bhuvana Ramalingam, director communication, ISB, e-Radio encourages students to exchange information on varied areas, discuss issues and keep everyone informed on the companies, which come to the campus.