GUWAHATI, July 19 - The Guwahati Chapter of Public Relations Council of India (PRCI), the 38th national chapter of PRCI, was inaugurated through a webinar on Wednesday. Public relations (PR) practitioners from across India and abroad participated in the event.
Launching the Guwahati Chapter, MB Jayaram, chief mentor and chairman emeritus of PRCI, conveyed his best wishes to all members of the new chapter and urged them to take up programmes for the benefit of the PR industry as well as for the people they serve.
He announced that an all India directory of PR functionaries would be brought out soon in which PR practitioners of the North East would also be included.
Anjuli Chittaranjan, state head, corporate communications Assam & North East at Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, who was the chief guest, spoke about the changing needs of PR in the emerging scenario.
LR Sailo, Director, Indian Institute of Mass Communication NE Campus, Aizawl, Mizoram, who was the guest of honour, expressed hope that PRCI would play a pivotal role in promotion of PR in the NE.
Besides the 38 chapters in India, PRCI has its branches also in Australia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, UAE, UK and USA.