'Say no to language chauvinism'

He was speaking at the inauguration of three-day Southern Regional Conference 2011 organised by Mysore Chapter of National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) here on Friday.

Prof Ramaswamy called upon people to spend at least one hour of their time to keep India together.

He said the onus is on the industry to provide a uniform platform to people across the country and keep it united.

Mentioning that the 21st century belonged to India, he said the whole world would come to country because it would provide physical and spiritual outlook.

Advising the participants, he said leadership can be acquired by gaining knowledge, rendering service and by doing good deeds.

Since schools and colleges don’t have courses to instill ethical and moral values, it is important for corporates to conduct training programme to inculcate these values, he said.

Regaling audiences with his straight talk, Prof Ramaswamy said the first thing that universities ask is which caste they belong to.

But it is the private sector that is providing equal opportunities for all.NIPM Southern Regional vice president P Sudeep said the economy has grown tenfold in 10 years.

At present, there are two revolutions that are taking place; one is transparency and other is acquisition of land. Global leadership should be able to solve these problems.
Southern region national council member K Anantha Gowda, NIPM national vice president Somesh Das Gupta, NIPM Mysore Chapter chairman D D Bhat and others were present.

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