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Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

New Delhi, November 18: The National Council of the Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) headed by Dr Ajit Pathak has formed an ad hoc committee of the PRSI Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) section with Chow Bilaseng Namchoom as chairman and Rakesh Dolley as Vice President. Other people appointed by the National Council included Likha Narie as secretary and Sanjay Mosing as treasurer. It is for the very first time that a new ad hoc committee of the Itanagar Section of the Public Relations Society of India has been formed.
The National President said the selected members will play a greater role in the world of public relations and communication with the National Council of Professionals. The new team will initiate all chapter activities, including membership drive, chapter protocol formalities, and run regular public relations programs.
Upon his appointment, Namchoom expressed his gratitude and thanked the national body for believing in him to lead the very first chapter of PRSI in the state. He said the responsibility is enormous and hoped that with the support and guidance of the PRSI National Council, the chapter will rise to a greater height.
PRSI National Council President Dr Ajit Pathak, based in New Delhi, has been actively engaged in raising awareness of the importance of public relations in our daily lives, in addition to bridging the gap between government agencies and the greater public.
Public Relations Society of India (PRSI), the national association of public relations practitioners was established in 1958 to promote the recognition of public relations as a profession and to articulate and interpret to the public the objectives and potentials of public relations in as a strategic management function. .
The management of the Public Relations Society of India is entrusted to the National Council, made up of representatives elected by all regional branches. Members of the company are public relations practitioners from multinational corporations, government, public and private sectors, academics and public relations consultants.


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