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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Book -Marks for Reading

1- Why we need better economics.

2- A risky strategy, born of panic : Building ‘capitalism with Indian characteristics’ means decisions cannot ignore concerns of voters and communities.

3- Fear of a Black President :As a candidate, Barack Obama said we needed to reckon with race and with America’s original sin, slavery. But as our first black president, he has avoided mention of race almost entirely. In having to be “twice as good” and “half as black,” Obama reveals the false promise and double standard of integration.

4- Psychology of Social Networking

5- Peace, Progress, Human Rights - Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1975 by Andrei Sakharov.

6- Democracies in the World

7- Behind Robert Vadra’s fortune, a maze of questions - Property empire was built on soft loans handed out in unusual circumstances, documents show.

8- 'India Is Racist, And Happy About It': A Black American's first-hand experience of footpath India: no one even wants to change.

9- The policy analysis matrix for agricultural development

10- Three Hundred Ramayanas : The essay Delhi University deemed unfit for its students

11- For true stimulus, Fed should drop QE3 - Quantitative easing increases inequality by raising prices, says Ruchir Sharma.

12- Unhealed Wounds - The suicide of a Dalit student at India’s top medical college reveals an institution bitterly divided over caste and reservations.

13- Ron Paul's Farewell Speech to Congress.

14- The first 100 days of a new CIO: Nine steps for wiring in success - It’s critical to get a good start when stepping into the CIO role. Consider several measures when you shape your course.

15- Interview of Amitabh Bachchan

16 - I was gang raped three years ago, when I was 17 years old. My name and my photograph appeared with this article in 1983, in Manushi.

17- 20 Things I Should Have Known at 20.

18- The ‘Busy’ Trap - It’s not as if any of us wants to live like this; it’s something we collectively force one another to do.

19- Needed: An exit policy for bad businessmen

20- Can non-Europeans think? - What happens with thinkers who operate outside the European philosophical 'pedigree'?

21- नरेंद्र मोदी से उर्दू साप्‍ताहिक नई दुनिया के संपादक शाहिद सिद्दीकी का इंटरव्यू|

22 - NIPFP study finds large returns from Aadhaar project

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Development in a Trimester of rural management - 5

I didn't come down to XIMB to oversleep. I've worked below what I am capable of. Here in 5 points what I learnt in last 3 months:

1- Generally, the clashes within lobbies of students are less real than the ones between the outsiders and system who find themselves in places where they are not a good fit. There are few people in our batch whose distinct and peculiar view make them to stand out from the rural manager's community.

2- College should be able to assist a student because they had structures in place for people seeking entrepreneurship. We lack an ecosystem to discuss social barriers for an entrepreneurial activity. Climbing corporate ladder is respectable but exploring new venture is seemed as "worst fears" come true where person is tagged as "confused".

3- In life, as one achieves success, the ability to take risks falls in almost the same proportion. Hence, it is better to throw away some securities in the search of unknown territories. I am happy to make up my mind for development field in the upcoming placement season throwing away securities of good salary.

4- Some People come across the English speaking environment right from a very early age. That may sound like a lame excuse but they are more comfortable than most in GD & Interview with their communication skill.

5- The man on the field needs to be supported and nourished that establishes trust and relate to the empowerment.

It is not only diversity but quality of experience in initial years that matters most in foundation of ours world view. I refused to just be good, because I had a dream to be great. It's a dream that every one one of us has had in our heart. The difference is, we don't put faith in, we don't persist, we don't improve, and we end up just moving to a stable and mediocre life.


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