Saturday, October 28, 2006

Register for All India PR Conference

The registration for the 28th All India Public Relations Conference is open. The Early Bird on the registration is available till 20th November 2006. So plesae hurry:

PRSI/IPRA Members: Rs.3,000
Non-Members: Rs.3,500
Students : Rs.500
Spouse: Rs.1800
Former PR Professionals: Rs.1500

After 20th November, the registration charges shall go up by Rs.500.

Please send registration by cheque/demand draft drawn in favour of "PRSI Lucknow Conference-2006", payable at Lucknow, and should be sent to the Secretary, Organising Committee.

Download the Registration Form from www.prsi.in

Blog on: http://prsichd.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

28th All India Public Relations Conference

The 28th All India Public Relations Conference, the premier event for the PR practitioners, is being held at Lucknow on 8-10 December 2006. It is important that every PR practitioner in the country joins in and attends this event at Lucknow.
The program and registration details are being sent soon. However, you can block your dates for participation.
Those of us who can help in any way can contact the Chairman/Secretary of the Lucknow Chapter for any help :

Mr. Ratan Mani Lal, Chairman, PRSI Lucknow Chapter
Jaipuria School of Mass Communication,
Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow 226 010
Phone: 0522 2300295 / 2394297
Fax: 0522 2394295
email: prsilucknow@rediffmail.com

Mr. Bhuvnesh Agarwal, Secretary PRSI Lucknow Chapter
Phone: 0522 2204706 / 9415017184 / 9849057488.

Google Search for India PR

Want to know about Indian PR industry? Google has now a special search for India PR. Click on the link below to find out more.
http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=000160208288332156671%3Aisw9io-_nx8

The search engine is being optimised with more and more information being added to it and in a few months time it would become a veritable source of information on the Indian PR industry. Isn't that great?

Do You Blog?

Sometimes back Chandigarh Chapter held a special programme to introduce the PR practitioners about blogging. But it seems not many have started their interaction with blogs.

At least visit your own blog of PRSI Chandigarh, www.prsichd.blogspot.com.

Indian PR Industry

The largest blogspot for the Indian PR practitioners has added a number of websites as a resource for the PR professionals in the country, which also includes yours truly's blogspot as well as our website, prsi.in. To read more, log on to:
http://indiapr.blogspot.com/2006/10/customised-indian-pr-industry-search.html

If you come across the Indian PR-related websites, do report on the blog or respond.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Bachpan Bachao Andolan

A new movement to protect children in homes, and in hospitality industry has been started. It had a good beginning and the organisers are going ahead with commendable passion with good communication strategy.
This campaign has been launched by BACHPAN BACHAO ANDOLAN on 6th of October 2006, to to raise awareness among the general public on the recent notification by the Government of India to ban the employment of children in homes, and in the hospilitality industry i.e dhabas, restaurant, tea stalls and spas.
The campaign document, 'From Work to School' can be downloaded from their website, www.bba.org.in.
You can also send an email to Mr. Umesh/Ms. Sheetal,
Bachpan Bachao Andolan
L-6, Kalkaji
New Delhi -110 019
Tel.:91-11-26224899, 26475481
Fax No.91-11-26236818
advocacy@bbasaccs.org
Website:www. bba.org.in

Sunday, October 08, 2006

PRSI National Council Meeting
The National Council meeting of the PRSI is being held at Hotel Clarks, Mall Road, Cantonment, Varanasi at 12noon on Saturday, 28th October 2006, to be followed by lunch. After the meeting, a special AGM will also be held at the same venue at 3pm. For further details, www.prsi.in/nc_activities.html

Interested in hosting the 29th All India Public Relations Conference
Proposals are invited from the Chapters of PRSI for hosting the 29th All India Public Relations Conference in 2007. Please get in touch with the PRSI National President Dr. Ajit Pathak, pathaka@iocl.co.in