PRCI Adjudged Best Hyderabad Chapter In The Country
Hyderabad, Nov 22 (Maxim News): The Hyderabad Chapter of Public Relations Council of India (PRCI) was adjudged the best Chapter in India for the year 2021 at the global conclave of PRCI held at Kolkata recently. The recognition came along with a host of individual awards bagged by Members at the PR summit.
To celebrate the attainment, PRCI, Hyderabad Chapter organized a program on-What Next in PR for the Next Generation on yesterday at Elaichi Convention, Secunderabad K.Ravindran, Sr. National vice President, PRCI and TVS narayan, zonal Head, South PRCI were the Special Invitees on the occasion.
Apart from achieving the Best Chapter Award, it got the best Publicity Design nationally, Hall of Fame Award to Fredrick Michael Ex-Sr.PRO, SCRF, hall of Fame Ward to Prakash Jain, Business head, Hindi Milap, best Moderator nationally Ms. Sarah Varadah and Future ready in digital marketing Award to Ms. Mitalee Agarwal, PRO, IIT, Hyderabad.
Addressing the meeting the Chairman of PRCI Shakeel Ahmed stressed that the honor bestowed on the Hyderabad Chapter at National Level shall form the basis for chalking out concept driver PR related programs in the future primarily focused to fulfill expectations of the young PR professionals who are joining the stream.
Ms.G.Aneeja, Vice Chairperson, PRCI said that there is a need to adopt technology to bridge the time gap in PR and communication. Philip Joshua, Secretary of the Chapter dwelt on imbibing new avenues in Public Relations tuned to meet corporate expectations. Noel Robinson, Treasurer, highlighted the fact that PR is now into big time and hence attracting the young generation professionally. Jacob Ross, Joint Secretary, made a pitch for focusing on a mix of media combinations to make PR successful in marketing.
B. Anil Kumar, Sr.PRO, SCR; C.Elbert, Ex-PR Manager, Power Grid Corporation; Aparna, Head, Disha Communications; Dr. Ravinder, PR Manager, Pragati Resorts; Ghisulal Jain, Trustee, Mahaveer Hospital were amongst those who participated in the programme and shared their view points. (Maxim News)
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