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NATURE BONDING TRIP TO JIM CORBETT PARK OF PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY OF INDIA (PRSI) – DELHI CHAPTER,
New Delhi, 28th January 14


Delhi Chapter of Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) organized a three - day trip to Jim Corbett National Park from January 23rd to 26th. Public Relation professionals from PSUs, Media, Consultants, Advertising and PR Agencies along with their families participated to explore the communication with flora and fauna. This nature study tour provided a great opportunity for understanding the beauty of communication with nature. During this visit various communication activities related with nature were held in order to inculcate team building and bonding amongst the members .Shri S. Rajagopalan, Chairman, PRSI & GM (PR), CONCOR in his address highlighted the need for more active participation from members Shri K.M Prashanth Secretary, PRSI & AGM (PR), NTPC stressed the need for having more informal get-togethers so as to create better bonding amongst the members. Joint Secretary PRSI, Shri Naresh Kumar & CM (PR) POWERGRID, Shri S.Rao, DGM(PR) PFC, Shri P Banerjee, AGM(PR) NTPC, Shri Manjul Tiwari, DGM(PR) NTPC, Smt. Rama Vij, CM(PR) REC and other prominent PR professionals from renowned media agencies shared their valuable inputs and insights on Communication Management.

PRSI, Delhi Chapter consists of more than 125 members comprising of PR Professionals, Advertising, Marketing and Media persons as members. The Delhi chapter organizes seminars, workshops and short-term training programmes. The chapter in its pursuit of impacting life and the profession takes up broad based public affairs programmes also on wide ranging issues.
 
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The newly elected PRSI National Executive committee: From right- Ms Sumita Singh (Secretary General),
Mr V P Sharma (VP-North),
Ms Nivedita Banerjee (Secretary Treasurer),
Dr Ajit Pathak (National President), Mr Y Babji (VP-South), Ms M S Mazumdar ()VP-East) and
Mr Unmesh Dixit (VP-West) 
 
Dr Ajit Pathak Reelected PRSI National President

New Delhi, June 25, 2012.

Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) – the premier body of public relations practitioners in the country, announced its newly elected National Council to spearhead the organisation for the next two years. In its Annual General Meeting held in New Delhi, Dr Ajit Pathak, DGM (Corporate Communications), IndianOil Refineries HQs was reelected as the National President. The other office bearers include Ms Sumita Singh (IndianOil, New Delhi) who was elected the Secretary-General and Ms Nivedita Banerjee (MD-Ivy PR & Comm. Management) as the Secretary-Treasurer.

The National Council also announced four regional Vice-Presidents, namely Mr V P Sharma from Chandigarh as Vice-President (North), Ms M S Mazumdar from Guwahati as Vice-President (East), Mr Unmesh Dixit from Ahmedabad as Vice-President (West) and Mr Y Babji from Hyderabad as Vice- President (South).

PRSI is the national association of PR practitioners which was established in 1958 to promote the recognition of public relations as a profession. It has been working for more than five decades now to formulate and interpret the objectives and the potentialities of public relations as a strategic management function. Today it has more than 16 active chapters across the country with its membership largely drawn from private and public sector business organisations, government sector, consultants, advertising professionals and PR educationists. Over the years the Society has been using communication tools for change in order to build public opinion on various issues of national and social importance.

Sumita Singh
Secretary General, PRSI

PRSI INDIAN EXPRESS 27.04.2012


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