93.52% Males and 87.18% Female reveal that Television is their l~ading source of information pertaining to R.C.H. activities including H.l.V./ AIDS. On further analysis of the collected data it has been noted that there is a wide gap between the knowledge of the people and their practices. Beside other things, the authors suggest (1) every efforts must be made to enrich the knowledge of the people & motivate them to put that scientific knowledge into practices by the wise use of various available medias particularly that of Television, (2) we have to develope a strategy for interaction between the key players i.e. patients, providers of health services and the community with the aim at changing community with the aim at changing community attitude and behavior i.e. to awaken the mind to think correctly which will place the thre key players at equal footing and will encourage active participation for open and honest discussion about fears, concerns, pre judices and problems.
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Bansal and Garg (2001). Information, Education, Communication In Context Of Reproductive and Child Health Including HIV/AIDS. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 14(1), pp.28-34.