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Chanakya Award for EFLU Vice-chancellor

Prof Sunaina Singh, Vice-chancellor, English and Foreign Languages University, on Friday, was honoured

Published: 15th February 2014 09:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th February 2014 09:01 AM   |  A+A-

Prof Sunaina Singh, Vice-chancellor, English and Foreign Languages University, on Friday, was honoured with the Chanakya Award for Excellence in good governance at a function in Mumbai. The award was conferred on her at the 8th Global Communication Conclave organized by the Public Relations Council of India in association with the Press Club of Mumbai.

The Chanakya Awards for National Achievers are presented every year to outstanding individuals and organizations with excellent records in public relations, and they are inducted into the PRCI ‘Hall of Fame.’

Past recipients of the award include  Kiran Bedi (Indian Police Service), Barkha Dutt (NDTV), Arnab Goswami (Times Now), and Prof. BP Sanjay (Vice-Chancellor, Central University of Tamil Nadu).

A release from the university informed that she was awarded the honour in recognition of her works towards upholding the academic excellence, performance and student support.

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