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Diploma in Public Relation Officer

Rs.2,500.00 Rs.1,250.00

These public relations activities include special events, media liaison and strategy, audio-visual preparation, crisis.

and reputation management, Corporate Social Investment (CSI) and various communication research activities.

Description

Course Name: Diploma in Public Relation Officer
Course Id: DPRO/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 2500.

How You will Get Diploma Certificate:

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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.

Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

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Syllabus

 

Diploma in Public Relation Officer
Name of PaperM. MarksPass Marks
Introduction to Public Relations10040
Laws and Ethics in Public Relations I10040
Effects of Good PR Strategies10040
Public Relation and Brand Building10040
PR Campaign – Analysis and Implementation10040
Advanced Public Relations10040
Internship10040

 

Introduction to Public Relations

Every individual or entity operating in the public eye faces the spread of information about them or their practices to the public. While public relations are an industry unto itself, any attempt to portray oneself in a certain way to others can be considered a form of public relations. Public relations (PR) refer to managing how others see and feel about a person, brand, or company. PR for corporations, notably publicly traded companies focuses on maintaining a positive corporate image while handling media requests and shareholder inquiries.

Laws and Ethics in Public Relations 

Objectives, Define ethics and explain its need in society;, Relate the impact of Public Relations profession of society, Ethics defined, impact of public relations society, ~o’le of Public Relations : Information, Role of Public Relations : Persuasion, In Defense of Public Relations , relation between ethics and professionalism, code of ethics and code of conduct for public relations, Declaration of Principles, Code of Athens, Adoption of the Code of Ethics in India, Relating organizational goals to public interest, legal and ethical consideration in public relations, Some legal aspects for a corporation.

Effects of Good PR Strategies

Define and understand the perception of PR, Define corporate social responsibility, Explore the growth of the PR industry in the United States and globally, Review roles, functions, and career options, Review career options in the field of PR, The Image of Public Relations in Popular Culture, Defining Public Relations: What’s in a Name? A Crowd-Sourced Definition from the Public Relations Society of America, Public Relations Scholars Weigh In, Public Relations versus Advertising: Understanding the Difference, Evolution of Corporate Philanthropy into Corporate Social Responsibility.

Public Relation and Brand Building

Aim and research question, Methodology and sources, Structure of the thesis, Limitations, Definitions, building strong brands, Brand concept, Brand identity, Brand personality, Measuring Brand Personality, Why use Brand Personality? Brand image, Brand equity, Brand awareness, Perceived quality, Brand loyalty, Brand associations, the fall of advertising and the rise of pr, Advertising, Public relations, Social media, Credibility, Maintaining the brand, Evaluating advertising, The power of a third party, Brand-building through PR, Disadvantages of PR, Measuring PR results, Building brands with PR, Global markets, Advertising’s role in the company, The importance of PR in the future.

PR Campaign – Analysis and Implementation

Defining Components of the Public Relations Plans and Rules for Writing Them, Goals and Primary Focus, Objectives, Strategies and Tactics, Timeline, Budget and Evaluation, Presentation of Public Relations Plans, Material Requirements, Assignments and Grading Policy, Public Relations Campaign Planning & Management, Situation Analysis, Problem, Challenge or Opportunity Statement, Assignment, Verbal or written, Problem, Challenge, Opportunity Statement, Primary Focus (Audience), Objective, Strategy, Activity, Evaluation, Timeline, Budget.

Advanced Public Relations

Defining PR, the PR process, problem statement formation, & why research is important; Preparing to meet the client, Defining Public Relations (History/Evolution of the Profession), Top 10 Foundational Principles of Public Relations, How would you define public relations? What are the four public relations models? What model is practiced today? Who is Edward Bernays, and how is he significant to the public relations profession? What is spin, and why is it counterproductive to long-term public relations goals? What is the difference between “reactive” and “proactive” PR? And which is more effective? What are “stakeholders,” and why are they important in public relations?

Internship

Learning objectives approved by internship supervisor, employer profile, Detailed learning objectives and internship project description due, Mid-term report is due, Supervisor final evaluation statement is due, Final paper is due, Workplace Professionalism, Late or Missed Work, Computing/Technology Requirements, Campus Concealed Carry Statement, Internship Learning Agreement, Intern Orientation Checklist, Field Supervisor Evaluation Report, Intern Evaluation, Report Your Internship, Weekly Assignments, Products/Services, Target Market.