The Public Relations Society of India (PRSI), Mumbai Chapter today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with St. Pauls Institute of Communication Education.
The MoU has been signed for the academic year 2021-2022. As knowledge partner of St. Pauls Institute under the MoU, PRSI, Mumbai Chapter will guide St. Pauls Institute in designing the course on Public Relations and Corporate Communications and will also endorse it. PRSI, Mumbai Chapter will share its expertise and collaborate in planning, implementation and relay of information of Public Relations/Corporate Communications (PR/CC) related agenda. The partnership would include collaborating on arranging at PR-specific programmes, such as, expert lectures or workshops or industry visits or panel discussions on subject that will benefit the students of St. Pauls Institute. Students may also have an opportunity to do internship with leading corporates or PR agencies.
The collaboration would help PRSI, Mumbai Chapter in furthering the objectives and values of PR/Corporate Communication with Gennext.
Located in Bandra, St. Pauls Institute of Communication and Education is an educational institution offering undergraduate and post graduate courses in public relations, advertising and journalism among others.
Public Relations Society (PRSI) is a professional body established as a society in 1958 to promote public relations as a profession and to get it recognised as a strategic management function. Today it has more than 25 chapters all over the country, Mumbai Chapter being one of the oldest. The membership of PRSI, Mumbai Chapter comprises professionals as well as students in public relations, advertising, mass communication and corporate communication. PRSI endeavours to do programmes with content that is useful to professionals and students, are inspirational and help promote the objectives of PRSI.
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