Establishing its vision of promoting innovation and a practical approach in education, SAGE University Bhopal is again is the first University in Madhya Pradesh to establish the University Chapter of Young Communicators Club under the Public Relations Council of India. To encourage students to engage and learn more and more, University signed the MOU with Public Relations Council to provide more practical and vocational education. The executive body and members of the Young Communicator Club, affiliated to PRCI Bhopal, include students from all eleven departments of the University. Established under the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, this club will participate in various programs organized by PRCI.
Executive Director SAGE Group Architect Miss Shivani Agrawal appreciated the MOU as the best approach towards skill development among students and gave her best wishes on the Chapter Establishment. Senior Officials of PRCI as ADG and Chairman of Press Information Bureau PRCI, Central Zone Mr Prashant Partha, Chairman PRCI, Bhopal, Mr Alok Billore, Chairman Young Communicator Club, Bhopal Mr Mahendra Joshi, R.J Nirvikar, R.J Parul, GM Digina India Media Group Shri Ranjan Mehta, and journalist Shailendra Ojha and were present at the ceremony. On behalf of SAGE University, Honorable Vice Chancellor Dr VK Jain and Head of Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Dr Vanya Chaturvedi signed the MOU. HOS, of four schools at University PA, JMC, Design and Languages Dr Swati Sharma welcomed all dignitaries of PRCI. All the students and professors of the University were present on this occasion.