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PRCI’s Mumbai Chapter announces Hindi Online Essay Competition

Inaugurates the new Chapter and Office Bearers; to focus on new-age communication and networking in PR

M B Jayaram, Chairman Emeritus & Chief mentor PRCI
M B Jayram, Chairman Emeritus & Chief mentor PRCI 

To mark the National Language Week, the Public Relations Council of India (PRCI), Mumbai Chapter, announced an Online Hindi Essay Competition, today, during the first meeting of its new Chapter members. Amid the world pandemic, the competition will be online and participants are requested to send in their entries before 6pm of 23 September 2020 on the below topics*:

• Various ways of mass communications (जनसंपकण के विविध आयाम) 
• Language for mass communications (जन संपकण के सिए भाषा)
• Need and importance of webinars in Hindi ( हिंदी में वेबिनार की आवश्यकता तथा महत्त्व )
• My language my pride, why sing a foreign tune? ( मेरी लिपि मेरी शान,क्यों करें विदेशी गुणगान )

The competition was announced at the meeting inaugurated by chief guest, Padma Shri Mr. Anup Jalota, and a ‘jampacked screen’ with members representing PRCI’s Governing Council, National Executive, Zonal Executive, Director of NE, Chapter Heads and YCC Office Bearers, on Friday, 11 September 2020, at 3pm. 

Anup-Jalota-Pritam-Sharma-PRCI-Mumbai Chapter Launch
Anup Jalota inaugurates the PRCI Mumbai Chapter,seen here is Pritam Sharma , Vice Chairperson ,PRCI Mumbai Chapter

After the launch of the Essay Writing Competition and introduction of the new members, the PRCI national heads inaugurated the Mumbai Chapter. Mr Anup Jalota, graced the event with his mesmerizing songs and good wishes.  

Inauguration of PRCI Mumbai Chapter
Members attending the Inauguration of the PRCI Mumbai Chapter 

The Mumbai Chapter of PRCI has initiated revival from the roots by announcing the new governing committee aiming to make a difference by setting even higher benchmarks and define the new normal in PR industry. All the members of the committee hail from various prestigious institutions, bringing strong experiences and expertise in their fields and a mix of various industries that PR touches across the Chapter. 

Team PRCI Mumbai Chapter: 

Hemchandra Shetty -Members of the PRCI Mumbai Chapter
Members of the PRCI Mumbai Chapter

​On this auspicious occasion M B Jayram, Chairman Emeritus & Chief mentor PRCI congratulated the team from the Mumbai chapter " It's a great moment for all of us, Our newly appointed leaders in the Mumbai Chapter with their vast knowledge, experience , expertise , vision and mentoring capability in this era of new age communication will be a beacon and guiding force for the communications professionals in Mumbai. Their presence will generate many great initiatives for working professionals in PR , Corporate Communications, Media Relations alike and a great support to other chapters across India. We wish them all the best and look forward collectively in taking great leaps and providing a boost to the Industry , best of luck to the Mumbai team". 

“ Being part of the core team of the PRCI Mumbai Chapter, gives me great joy to set up this vibrant chapter along with the co-leaders in which ideas can be shared, skill-sets can be discussed, nurturing of innovative-PRable-Concepts among industry leaders, strategic implementations of deliverable's' alongside the communication professionals , students, various academia's' and veterans that will enable us to  jointly enhance our knowledge and understanding of the variations occurring in the media circles and the  Communications Industry. Simultaneously also networking with peers and engaging with professionals for knowledge sharing, that will widen our perspective in the long run.” said Hemchandra Shetty, Vice Chairman , PRCI Mumbai Chapter and an Independent Communications Professional.

PRCI is a pan-India Communication Exchange body, with its presence in 32 Indian cities and towns. This premier network connects PR, Corporate Communications, Media, Advertising, Marketing Communications and HR professionals, along with mass communication academia and students. The body organizes national and regional-level knowledge exchange events like conferences, discussions, lectures, seminars, practical training programs, apart from annual global conclaves. 

For more information visit www.publicrelationscouncilofindia.com 

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