‘Veritas Vos Liberagit’ goes the saying and it incidentally is the credo of my alma mater, the
When more than 75% of the country are “bachas” as the young leader of one of the “oldest’ political parties claims, then the importance of knowledge cannot be understated. “Teach
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A decade back I was encouraged by Mr M.G.Parameswaran, who now heads FCB Ulka, to teach at the Somaiyah Institute of Management Studies and Research, since he felt that I was full of academic concepts and “teaching everyone around, their job” J. Professor Arya at the SIMSR found that I had a knack for it, given the full house I got every weekend, from the youngsters and the working managers. When finally, his Institute started showing up in the final rounds of strategy competitions, the word spread and I ended up teaching at SIES-Nerul, Vivekananda and later on, at N.L.Dalmia.
I must say that the stint helped me immensely in clearing up concepts I had learned and forgotten, at
I am enclosing a link which has a letter sent by the BMM batch of Vivekananda in 2000, when I was in the