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Concept PR’s BN Kumar to Head PRCI as Chairman

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Concept PR’s BN Kumar to Head PRCI as Chairman

Public Relations Council of India (PRCI), which has emerged as the communicators’ exchange, has elected veteran media professional ​BN Kumar ​as the Chairman of the governing council. The governing council is the highest policy making body of not-for-profit PRCI- the pan-India body of PR, corporate communication, media, advertising, HR marketing communication and mass communication teachers and students.

Announcing the decision during the 12th Global Communication Conclave organized by PRCI in Pune, its chief mentor and Chairman emeritus MB Jayaram said, BNK, as Kumar is known, has been elevated from the post of President – National Executive, as a recognition of his tireless work in taking the organization to new heights.

Under Kumar’s leadership, PRCI held several successful global conclaves, brought out highly professional house journals and conducted international award winning social communication campaigns, Jayaram said.

Kumar is also an executive director of Concept PR.

S Narendra, former adviser to several Prime Ministers, and ex-government of India spokesperson, succeeds B N Kumar as the President of the National Executive. Prashant Pathrabe, additional DG of Press Information Bureau, has been elected as the new Secretary General.

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