Warrior's Collage on Sunday June 2, 2024

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday June 2, 2024 Meditation https://youtu.be/NyB6OJjRuvU?si=zbW0-8fEhtDP7oti Good Morning Happy Birthday to all readers having Birthday this week. 🙏 M G Warrier A Media Responses I May 29, 2024 Skill development* Apropos the article "The skilling potential of tourism" (The Hindu Business Line, May 29), at the outset let's congratulate the Ministry of Tourism for identifying the needs and matching the potential with ground realities. This takes us to the need to reassess the training facilities in base level institutions like Industrial Training Centres and professional colleges with a view to align their capabilities with the projected job potential in different sectors. Let's not forget the huge cost of allowing thousands of qualified engineers to take up jobs which could have been done by twelth-pass boys in IT sector during the last Century. Realignment of syllabus at various levels from SSLC to post-graduation is the need of the day. M G Warrier Mumbai *Published on May 30, 2024 II The Economic Times Chat Room May 28, 2024 Gold management Apropos the article "More Gold for Their Buck" (Economic Times, May 28), connecting de-dollarisation urge to rise in gold price, one expected some suggestions for better management of India's domestic gold stock. According to a recent estimate, India has 5000 to 10,000 tons of gold holdings with temples and religious institutions. Those who control these feel insecure even to share the accounts with authorities. By instilling confidence, and offering appropriate incentives, it should be possible to mainstream a substantial portion of these gold holdings. Of course, by associating accredited domestic gold refineries, temples can be encouraged to convert idle gold holdings into standardized, pure gold bars, facilitating ease of productive investment. We have examples of Tirupati and Guruvayoor getting handsome returns on such investments. M G WARRIER Mumbai B Books I Just A Mercenary? : Duvvuri Subbarao Review @Amazon By M G Warrier* I have read the author's previous book "Who Moved My Interest Rate?" and frankly was not very enthusiastic about another book by Subbarao on his life and career. But a couple of pre-publication reviews conveyed the good news that this book goes deeper into his personal life and his perceptions about the rights and wrongs that we do as part of our job. More than all these, the reference to the author's letter to his mother included in the book, made me order my copy instantly. Even if they only glance through pages 1 to 424, my prayer to GenNext is to take time and read Subbarao's letter to his mother included as last chapter (Pages 425 to 435) at least twice. Twice because, during first reading you will concentrate on facts and leadership lessons serially numbered and miss the emotional transfer of pleasure and pain from a child to mother. And mother is the only person who will fully understand the child. In that spirit, forgetting the surroundings, Subbarao feels free while talking to his mother and we benefit from the lessons he learnt by passing through the passages of agony and ecstacy, on many occasions alone. *Pending publication II Books By M G Warrier : Notion Press https://notionpress.com/author/m_g_warrier III Bonus The Magic of Indian Medicine The Magic of Indian Medicine: The Unedited Experience for You to Laugh and Cry https://amzn.in/d/cRvslFm Jostling crowd, crying kids, supplicated by stench of antiseptic - not an ideal place for stories to start. But in real life, most stories end up here - the chaotic 'Indian hospital'. Caught between the ailing patient, the angry relatives and poor infrastructure, the 'Indian' doctor is supposed to offer magical cure. As he tries his best to pull a rabbit or two, out of his white coat pocket, the heavy emotional sandbag on his shoulder weighs him down. The unedited experience for you to laugh and cry. C Current Affairs https://bfsi.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/financial-services/explained-why-rbi-moved-100-tonnes-of-gold-from-the-uk-to-domestic-vaults/110608621?action=profile_completion&utm_source=Mailer&utm_medium=newsletter&m=etbfsi_news_2024-06-01&dt=2024-06-01&em=bWd3YXJyaWVyQGdtYWlsLmNvbQ== D ChatGPT The other day my daughter Reshmy accessed the following from ChatGPT : "Manakkal Govinda Warrier is a prominent figure who served at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). His contributions to the financial sector and his insights on economic policies are well-regarded. He has authored several pieces on financial and economic issues, reflecting his extensive knowledge and experience in the field [oai_citation:1,TIME STANDS STILL, IN RESERVE BANK OF INDIA: M G WARRIER](https://www.warriersblog.com/2015/11/time-stands-still-in-reserve-bank-of.html) . Check what is the insight on net about you and share with friends and... enemies.😂 E Collage Psychology Where do I stand in PAC? https://www.vitaliscoaching.com/blog/parent-adult-child-model-pac-transactional-analysis Open your books : Those who have a copy of "I'm OK-You're OK", please go to Chapter 5 which opens with the quote "I do not understand my own actions" -Paul F Understanding Dreams https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/284378


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