In Latin, PRAXIS means, ‘to act’ or ‘to do’. PRAXIS is the biggest event for the PR fraternity. This blog is going be all about the learning from PRAXIS8.
PRAXIS has shown me the bigger picture of organizing an event collectively, working in a team. We, the twenty young would be PR Professionals from SCoRe, worked together until midnight in different team to make PRAXIS a delightful experience for all the attendees. Dhyan Sir, Roshion Sir all of them with who we worked as a team, never made us feel exhausted or tired. Specially these two personalities were really giving us cheerful vibes and taking care of us. PRAXIS has boosted up my confidence in communication, I have learnt how to approach people and how to build network. PRAXIS has enhanced my interest for the field of Communication and Reputation Management with a lot more insights through the speeches of the speakers and through the conversations I had with some of them. I have learnt how to manage time. I have conversed with some of the PR Professionals and Corporate Communication Leaders and all of them have advised me some of the key learnings; i.e., “Always be on time, plan strategically.” “Learning is like breathing, the day you stop it, you are no more”. PRAXIS has made me believe that we, the communication professionals are the biggest strength of a brand. We are the bridge between public and brands. If we stay committed to our work, if we stay honest every time, nothing can stop us to go beyond the boundary and achieve success in this profession. I have started believing that being in this profession of Public Relation and Corporate Communication, we can really impact people’s lives, we can change their perception in this era of ‘fake news’ and ‘digitalization’.
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2019 will be a memorable year for me because I got a great opportunity to be the part of PRAXIS for the first time and it really directed my way towards light.
She is a Alumna of the Class of 2020 of PG Programme in PR and Corporate Communications at SCoRe, Mumbai. She completed her winter internship with Genesis BCW She is from Konnagar.
She did her Bachelors in English literature and language from Asutosh College, Kolkata. A small town-girl with so many dreams in her eyes, a travel enthusiast, foodie, pluviophile, music-lover, nature-lover, feminist, and an Aspiring PR professional. She loves Reading fiction, Writing poems and blogs, Singing.