Gopal

সবে চাকরিতে তখন ঢুকেছি। কলেজের দরজা থেকে চাকরির দুনিয়াতে লাফ দেওয়াটা একটা বিরাট ব্যাপার সবার জন্য। সুবিধার চেয়ে প্রথম প্রথম অসুবিধার সংখ্যাটা বেশি চোখে লাগতো। কলেজের স্বাধীনতা নেই – বরঞ্চ একটা গন্ডির মধ্যে সব সময় থাকা – এইটা বেশ ধাক্কা লাগে আগে। কলেজে প্রথম ক্লাস শুরু হতো ১০.২০ তে – তাও সেটা আবার বেশির ভাগ…

I, me and Sachin

Those who know me well will vouch with full conviction that I hate waking up early in the morning and I prefer to be a late-night person. So, when I had a grueling three weeks in office including some of the weekends as well, I had looked forward for a day off yesterday when at…

Economic Growth & Health

I have a strong conclusion that health conditions or even the awareness of good health practices are a direct function of economic prosperity of the individual. This has been arrived by looking at my family, my friends and their families around. Let me try to explain: The principle rationale behind this conclusion is based on…

What are you doing now-a-days ?

Very often, when people meet each other after a long time, you undoubtedly listen to the question “what are you doing now-a-days ?” – isn’t it ? While we reply to that in our own ways (which basically means in our own “defensive” or “bragging” way), I often thought what exactly do people mean when…

The scene of “obscene” pricing

Very recently some of my friends, including myself, were debating on the topic of the prices of the expensive smart phones available in the market and one of the common conclusions being drawn was that the prices can be labelled as “obscene” to a common man. That led me to think what defines this definition…

Let’s follow Japan

When I started my professional career, I was exposed to something called The Quality Circle, which is encouraged by many organisations. Basically, it encompassed the philosophy of one Mr. William Deming – an American who was not recognised for his recommendations, who moved to Japan on an invite and was instrumental in the rise of…

The borrowing feats …

I will start this post with a BIG disclaimer : I am not an economist, nor do I have any competency in analysing how nations run; but I am a commoner with some basic views that I claim as “common-sense”. I am sure the experts will disagree with my views – but if they do…