Amity University Lucknow Campus (AULC) is one of the premier educational institutes in Lucknow. It is also tagged as a youth hub of the city because almost on a routine basis, AULC conducts events and shows which keep the young crowd here hooked to their premises. Just the other week, AULC successfully concluded Amiphoria 2020 which garnered a raging footfall and now, they're back with their 5th edition of Radio Awards!

The Amity School of Communications will be conducting the award show and here's all you need to know, to be a part of this sensational annual competition! Trust us, it's gonna be an exclusive window for your career aspirations.

What's the Buzz?

On the 20th of March, Amity School of Communications (ASCO, Lucknow Campus) is hosting its 5th season of Amity Radio Awards in association with Fever 104 FM. This is an award show where every student, irrespective of their course, batch or university, can all come under one roof to showcase their RJ'ing talent, writing skills and technical creativity as a whole.

There are 10 different categories for you to take part in and if you wish to explore more than one segment, you're absolutely allowed to do so! The participation fee for each category is just a nominal amount of ₹50 and merely getting in on the act amidst others will be a confidence booster for you.

Here, the stage will be a prominent platform for you to exhibit your prowess in your chosen field and we're sure, this award show will bless you with insights like never before!

Knock Knock

So if you've been wanting to try your hands at being a RJ or if you are sure that you have what it takes to make thousands of people listen to you articulate your thoughts and notions, then do register. There are ample rewards to be won and we're sure, this exposure will definitely throw some light on any future expeditions pertaining to this probable career choice.

Location: Academic Block 06, Seminar Hall, Amity Lucknow Campus

Date: 20th of March, 2020

Last Date of Entry Submission: February 29, 2020 (Saturday)

Register here!

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