Location: Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Monday, October 17, 2005

Mr. Narayana Murthy on Empowerment of India

The tragedy of India is that we shy away from bold and tough decisions because we do not want to displease anybody. To push these decisions through, we need strong political leaders. We need leaders who have the courage of their convictions: the courage to dream big, to take difficult decisions, and to make sacrifices.
- N R Narayanamurthy

Leaders, leaders, Leaders - The need of the hour!

Please read the complete text of this wonderful holistic analysis on how to make India Empowered by Shri N R Narayana Murthy here.

This is part of India Empowered to Me is series from The Indian Express group
One can find the complete series of these expressions here .

Some of my favorites in this series are expressions by:
a) The Prez (how can one miss him!) (Click here)

b) Shri L K Advani [Nationalism to the core](click here )

c) Affable SRK [This IS awesome] (click here)

d) Shri Azim Premji [Education is the key] (click here )

e) Shri Fali S Nariman [This is really interesting, andaaz zara hatke type] (click here)

f) Shri Subroto Bagchi [Dignity of Labour] (click here)


Blogger Kiran said...

nice links pranav :)

I read a few.. Azim Premzi's essay was thoughtful. But still, I would like to ask him a few questions..

How much is Wipro investing in R&D ?
How much is Wipro investing in the R&D of education technology (internet, virtual reality etc) ?

Tuesday, October 18, 2005 11:54:00 AM  
Blogger agastyabhrata said...

I think you should see this:
See this Wipro Applying Though in Schools website, they keep organising workshops which even Prof. Sangal attends at times.

A Wipro education CD - I only could see the screen shots costed 14 lakhs, I am told! They are spending a lot of money on Developing Pedagogies - and rightly so in a sense. They identified the idea of getting the primary education right - and they started working with schools to improve the school teacher's role - I feel they are going on in the right direction.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005 7:04:00 PM  

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