Monday, December 31, 2007
This new year offers newer challenges to the Public Relations community worldwide...not only professionally but more importantly in finding solutions to the global problems that face our people, our only home-Earth. Remember collectively we can bring about the positive change around the world through effective communication. Let us put our heads together for leaving this earth for the posterity...for our children...a better place to live in!
Friday, April 20, 2007
Heartiest greetings to the PR fraternity on the National PR Day.
On 21st of April 1968, the PRSI organised the first All India Public Relations Conference in New Delhi, and adopted the Code of Athens (adopted by the International Public Relations Association as the code of ethics for the PR practitioners), for the PR practitioners in India.
All those who wish to read the Code of Ethics and the Global Protocol on Ethics in Public Relations, can download from the PRSI Chandigarh Chapter website. http://www.prsi.in/code_of_ethics.htm.
As we observe this year, let us remind ourselves, that this day, the 21st April, is the annual reminder to update ourselves and at least read and understand the code of ethics enumerated for the PR practitioners, and adopt them in our lives to practice it truthfully.
The International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution is organising a one-day conclave in Chandigarh on April 21.
Dr. H.R. Bhardwaj, Union Minister for Law and Justice shall inaugurate this Conference, with many judges of the Supreme Court of India, Chief Justice and other judges of the Panjab and Haryana High Court participating.
This is the next best option for the litigants to find prompt redressal of their grievances through out-of-court settlement. Already Delhi, and Maharashtra have set up the ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) courts.
The organisers and the participants at the Chandigarh conference look forward to having similar ADR court in the city.
The first international conference on Innovative Tourism begins on 21st April 2007.
Some of the major highlights would be the focus on four major potentials of tourism, namely, medical, religious, eco, and adventure.
Chandigarh which is emerging as the hub of tourism activities, intends to increase the average stay of a visitor in the city to 3/4 days instead of using it as a mere transit base. The attempt is to make it as a base station for the tourists to go around within the 200-300 km radius and visit other tourist locations.
The city itself has consideratble interesting sites, and great ambiance for everyone visiting the play to enjoy.
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