ISPR: First PR school of India is here


ISPR: First PR school of India is here

India’s first Public Relation School is no more a dream. Fourth Estate – the budding PR consultancy firm under the headship of veteran PR guru Sunil Khosla has founded the Indian School of Public Relations (ISPR).

 
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India’s first Public Relation School is no more a dream. Fourth Estate – the budding PR consultancy firm under the headship of veteran PR guru Sunil Khosla has founded the Indian School of Public Relations (ISPR).

ISPR: First PR school of India is hereThe motive of the school is to produce best PR professionals by giving them realistic training which will craft their skills perfectly for the competitive market.

ISPR claims to be the first institute which gives placement guarantee to PG students before they start their course.

Sunil Khosla is directing ISPR, he is one of the most renowned people in PR industry having initiated various new trends in the Indian PR industry.

ISPR is founded upon its own concept of ‘by the industry, of the industry and for the industry’ as the project is highly supported by all PR agencies and big names in media, advertising and marketing.

With ISPR, the industry has open up its knowledge base so that the coming generation of PR professionals comes out well trained, to build a group of skillful professionals ready to take over the booming PR world.

According to Mr. Khosla, “ISPR is founded to set an excellence in the PR industry at the international level”. He added saying that “students would be provided with all communication facilities and the practical training which is emphasized upon is centered to make the students smart, analytic and to keep their thought process developing which is necessary to move forward in the right direction”.

The admission in the institute will be very stringent and the students will get admission after considering their past academic records, their performance in the written test and finally their performance in an interview that will complete the process. Admission committee will make a list of selected students; they will be selected on the basis of their interest, skill and communication skills.

ISPR address

Indian School of Public Relations,

A-28, Second Floor, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

More information is on http://www.indianschoolofpr.com

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