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Steel & Metallurgy Magazine Completes 20 Glorious Years – Corporate Communications students of BESC handles the media
Steel & Metallurgy magazine, one of the leading steel journals in India, has reached a milestone of 20 years of successful journey with the Indian steel industry. To mark the occasion, Steel & Metallurgy organised a conference on 26th November 2018 at The Lalit Great Eastern Hotel, Kolkata.
The one-day conference titled “Integrated & Secondary Steel Sector- Growth & Survival Strategies” sought to discuss the challenges faced by both integrated and secondary steel producers in India and to find out solutions for their future growth. Raw materials and Technology being the theme of the conference was given special focus among other topics.
The conference was attended by Industry experts, policymakers, steel producers, technology suppliers and select members of the media. It featured a thought-provoking panel discussion followed by interactive technical sessions and technical paper presentations. As part of the conference Awards were given out to twenty stalwarts from the industry that covered the entire horizon from the mine to the media.
Students of the Corporate Communications section of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) handled the media for the event, gaining invaluable hands on experience in the process. Nirmalya Mukherjee, the Editor of Steel and Metallurgy was generous in his appreciation “It is heartening to see the BESC students with such solid knowledge about the basics of media relations, and their dedicated commitment. May success crown their glories. It will be a pleasure to have you as partners in our continuing growth story.”
The BESC team was led by Jyotsna Agiwal and comprised of Christina Devbarman, Renuka Murmu, A. Aditya, Shiladitya Roy and Aniket Jaiswal.
The 36 Chambers of Corporate Communication – a three-month course that helps students prepare for the world of Public Relations and Corporate Communications is conducted by Chawm Ganguly a Communication Consultant and is a part of the Career Connect initiative of the BESC.
(This Report has been filed by Jyotsna Agiwal and Renuka Murmu with cameraperson Christina Devburman of the Corporate Communications class of the BESC)
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