I understood the value of ONE MINUTE while I was talking to a person who was sitting beside me at New Delhi railway station who missed his train to Bangalore as he was caught up in a traffic jam and rushed onto the platform only to see the last compartment of his train moving out of the platform.
In one of my previous posts Lakshmi Suresh,a PG student of English Literature commented 'Be the change that you wish to see in this world'.I am highly thrilled to see young people who really want to witness a 180 degree turnaround in the society and the system where there are massive dents.
I think it is the high time that we need to walk out of our comfort zones to see our nation getting on to the top. It is very easy to lament, complain and put blame on the system, but let’s individually ask a question “WHAT CAN I DO PERSONALLY TO SEE MY NATION AND ITS PEOPLE PROGRESS”.
There are number of reasons I can outline here which are the causes of this high amount of unemployment or under employment. One of the reasons I would like to highlight is the lack of basic “LIFE SKILL” development in our Indian curriculum.
Thanks to Jan Koum,Brian Acton the makers of WhatsApp;finally I was able to connect to my sister through Whatsapp and got the update on my brother in law’s whereabouts and informed my parents and they were eased a bit.
I deputed the most efficient and experienced programmers of my company in the task and as a team they worked to sort out the problems and in a very short time the problems which created scary nightmares to the top management of the organization, were soothed down and my team could restore the system properly and when everything was settled I was personally called in by the management and they appreciated the efforts that my team had put in and the speed in which the entire system was put back in place,in spite of the fact that the software source code was not written by us.
The country is celebrating Deepawali, the festival of lights today.For the past one week the city news papers have been carrying big boasts about the rampant purchases that are being made during the festival season. It seems the markets in Bhopal have done a sale of Rs.1000 crores in the past one week.