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Some Nostalgia--Some Memories--A Case Study by C.Venkataramanaiah

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  1. See– Citation copy received from FAPCCI, Hyderabad, India at the end of this essay as Annexure 1.
  2. List of IAS officers who attended MDPs at IPE, Hyderabad addressed partly by C.Venkataramanaiah and details of Marketing man award as Annexure 2.
  3. Click Here for APEL Award Photos

When I tried to move from KELTRON to APEL,(Andhra Electronics Development Corporation Ltd),there was an interview in which an IAS officer who later became chief secretary and a reputed consultant in Electronics and MD of APEL were there.I was selected to the post of Deputy Manager along with others in 1982.When I wanted pay protection,the MD of APEL said you better join quickly as there are others contending for the post. I wanted to be in Hyderabad badly as my health was not alright and I had family problems.When I enquired I was told that the son of the P.A of that IAS officer who was just an M.Sc from not so reputed institute and another press person’s son, recommended by eye consultant to president of India were contending for the post. That is public sector. It is meant for politicians, beaurocrats and other highly connected people and their kith and kin. Where is the place for common man and their children? But for the consultant I would have been rejected.

Later I developed marketing assistance programme from scratch giving total marketing assistance involving brand name, quality control, design adoption, after sales serving, marketing, sales, collections, underwriting the production of assisted and associate SSI units and paying them in time. APEL could achieve a turn over of about Rs.4 crores in 1987. There were no electronic units in AP except ECIL doing that kind of turnover in that period. Recognizing the efforts put in by APEL, FAPCCI awarded DP Agarwal rolling trophy for best internal market development by a commercial establishment for 1987 to APEL in competition with both public sector and private sector enterprises in AP(see citation copy as Annexue 1). I went to the venue where the awards are presented. As per protocol the MD of APEL received the award and he informed CM of AP Sri N.T.Rama Rao garu that it is in fitness of things if Venkataramanaiah comes and receives the award. There was an ovation from the gathering involving senior IAS officers and many senior entrepreneurs in the state. It was an honour to receive the award in this fashion. It was zoomed in the T.V in the same evening in the Doordarshan news.

But in the same evening when I met the MD in his chambers he informed me"my friend don’t be so happy, there is an enquiry on you" and said- however I have replied positively explaining the position putting forward facts and the service you have rendered to the state, that was in June 1988.

By December 1988 my health deteriorated very badly. From 1987 onwards a file was created on me by the chief of public enterprises management board on supervision failure as I recommended a charge sheet to be filed on a sales officer who did fraud (theft) to the time of Rs 2 lakhs. The chief vigilance officer of APEL took a nasty stand on an assistant manager who was boss of this sales officer for a petty amount of Rs 200 or so. I took a definite stand on this assistant manager and recommended to the MD to drop the issue as the company is in the process of launching Colour TV. MD dropped the issue.

There was underground activity.I came to know that some office bearers of the union, some officers and some disgruntled entrepreneurs gave false and fabricated complaints to the vigilance department. Then vigilance department took a strong stand.

The CM ordered that myself and the assistant manager be suspended pending enquiry. The MD of APEL gave us suspension order after indirectly telling us for an hour at 10 pm in April 1989 in his office charging us for supervision failure and pecuniary gain. I asked MD -what is this pecuniary gain. Later I came to know that pecuniary gain means making money misusing one’s office. Well , through out my public service I used to travel by public transport and I did not have T.V or Fridge and many household appliances at that time in 1989. The ACB did not enquire and passed the file to CB-C.I.D. The CB-C.I.D enquired and informed the government and APEL through DGP that there is no evidence. That is what I came to know. The file was handled by principal secretary (industries), chief secretary, minister for major industries and the chief minister. The government after careful examination informed APEL that the manager (marketing) and the assistant manager are neither co-accused nor abettors in the case. There is no case against them. Hence they may be advised to be careful in supervising their sub- ordinates in future. APEL revoked our suspension and they treated the period of suspension as paid leave which was just about 20 days as we obtained a stay order (which was confirmed stay absolute later) from the high court of AP. When seeing the stay order on 27 April 1989 the MD exclaimed- here is CM order- here is the stay order from the high court ! They did not give me posting. There was terrible humiliation. This can be another case study writing in government service. Mind you ,only during 1986&87, I gave part of management development programmes(MDP’s) to four batches of senior IAS officers at the level of vice chairman and managing directors pooled from all over the country(numbering about 150) at IPE where the same IAS officer, who recruited me who was also chief secretary then, gave a lecture at the same MDPs.

The pain was that when I came home at about 12 pm in the night on the day of suspension, I saw my children who were aged about 6 years, 5 years, 3 years and 2 years. Only two were going to school. My health was in shambles. My wife health was in shambles and very bad. I thought at that instant -- what have I done to my children? Is this the reward for meritorious public service (I think it is public service-do others think so-I do not know). Caste plays a major role even in public and private service.

Then there was a big travel. I withdrew from active decision making and got involved in representing APEL in Public Undertaking Committee, CAG, Legislature Assembly Questions, government plans etc. Studied -- how these beaurocrats and legislators behave in the meetings? & How is the system of accountability in public sector working?

Later there was a fraud committed by a 1963 batch IAS officer who was CMD of APEL -in selling land (the present day SEZ type) involving at the most Rs 1 crore. The IAS officers did not want to enquire into the case. The government kept the file pending for 5 years after the retirement of this IAS officer by which time the case/action lapsed in his case. Then I was made enquiry officer on CFO and executive engineer. I gave my enquiry report confirming collusion and informing that the then VC and MD of APEL(the next man to that 1963 batch IAS officer)informed that at the most you can say that the delinquent employees did not have the guts to face the then CMD, hence a leniant view may be taken. The employees were dismissed and later re-instated based on the strength of my recommendations and APEL stand and they were sent on VRS by deducting about 20% in their VRS amount.
Later the corporation was closed as many corporations were closed in those days based on viability. Most of the investments taken by the entrepreneurs including that of the son-in-law of the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh State and the board of directors of APEL who were entrepreneurs could not be disinvested on some alibi or other. Thus the government lost quite a lot of investment made in the industry development. I have seen closely -- how a corporation was started, developed and made useful to society and how it was closed.

Some pain and lot of gain-- that is gaining knowledge and skill to handle issues like this.
Later moved to private sector in 2000 and mentored an entrepreneur and made the basic foundation in organization development before he went for public issue. This is a hi-tech company with a turnover of around Rs 400 crores. Then joined hands with another less qualified entrepreneur while retaining a position in the previous company. He wanted me to be chairman. I said -- no board position for me. As president of the group, I mentored the promoter and gave vision and road map. The company has present credit limits of Rs 243 Crores. The credit limits grew from a mere Rs 7 Crores Rs. 243 Crores during my period (a period of about three and half years). The turnover of the company is about 170 Crores with orders under execution of Rs.1000 crores and fast growing. There are 200 employees including about 100 engineers all recruited by me and the promoter (except a few who were old employees). I am still working and contributing to the company while pursuing my hobby of working for MATERIALIST SPIRITUALIST MISSION TRUST with website: www.materialistspiritualist.org

I am aged 63 years now. Hope it is interesting.

C.Venkataramanaiah

Note: I could not receive ‘Marketing Man of the Year award’ for 1988 from INSTITUTE OF MARKETING&MANAGEMENT(IMM),New Delhi(read the telex message at the end of this posting) as I could not correspond with IMM due to adverse,unhelpful and vindictive office atmosphere at that time at Andhra Pradesh Electronic Development Corporation Ltd(A government Andhra Pradesh undertaking),Hyderabad,India.

ANNEXUE 1

THE FEDERATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
ESTABLISHED IN 1917 REGISTERED UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT, 1956
AFFILIATED TO THE FEDERATION OF INDIAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, NEW DELHI.

Phones : Office : 33658 , 33428 (P B X )                                     Registered Office
Secretary : 36012                                                                  11-6-841 , Red Hills,
Grams : "APCOMIND" HYDERABAD-500 004.                                        P.B.NO. 14,
Telex : 0425-6038 FAP-IN                                                 HYDERABAD – 500 004.

C I T A T I O N

D. P. AGARWAL ROLLING TROPHY FOR THE BEST EFFORT IN INTERNAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT BY A COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENT – CHANDRA GROUP OF INDUSTRIES – 1987.

Andhra Pradesh Electronics Development Corporation Ltd., is a State Government Undertaking entrusted with the responsibility of promoting Electronic Industries In the State, by way of equity participation, Project consultancy, Marketing Assistance and by providing Infrastructure facilities.

The products marketed by this corporation are mainly colour, Black & White TVs, Computers,Test & Measuring Instruments, Geophysical Instruments, Power Electronic Equipment, Voltage Stabilizers, Servo Stabilizers, Boosters etc. The Corporation is having about 100 of its dealers spread all over the State.

The Corporation had introduced a TV with their own design and had started marketing of their TVs in the year 1985. The Central theme of the Corporation is to provide marketing assistance to Electronic Small Scale Units situated all over the state. APEL identified the designs, evaluated them and adopted them for APELs use through its associates. At present about 45 Electronics Small Scale Units are taking marketing assistance from APEL.

A detailed programme is adopted to help these Small Scale Units in their production process and in ensuring quality to the end product giving them APEL brand name. APEL also undertakes entre-preneurial development, after-sales servicing and organising various testing facilities to these Small Scale units on a regional basis. The Corporation also has plans to organize leasing of equipment to Small Scale entrepreneurs and providing working capital by way of raw material assistance to these Small Scale Units locally through the assistance of NSIC. Customer feed-back is regularly processed and improvements effected in the qualitative aspects as well as in business relations. Working through a net-work of 4 branch offices at Secunderabad, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati, equipped with trained manpower and with sophisticated test equipment, the Corporation reports that a survey conducted on APEL brand image reveals that 90% of APEL customers are happy with APEL TV and 87% of APELs customers are inclined to recommend APEL TV to their friends and kith and kin.

To improve quality of the products, APEL is providing quality assurance by training the entrepre-nuers in quality assurance programme.

The Awards Committee of the Federation was immensely satisfied with the success achieved by this corporation in its effort in internal market development, the committee decided then that
"D.P.Agarwal Rolling Trophy for the best effort in internal Market Development by a Commercial Establishment - Chandra Group of Industries" should be given to the Andhra Pradesh Electronics Development Corporation Limited, for 1987.

I have great pleasure in requesting Sri C.Venkataramanaiah, Manager(Marketing) of Andhra Pradesh Electronics Development Corporation Ltd., to receive the Award from the Hon’ble Chief Minister.

ANNEXUE 2

      IPE      INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISE

T. L. Sankar                                                             Osmania University Campus,
Director                                                                     Hyderabad – 500 007 (A.P.)
FT1./MCD_IAS/86/                                                                           August, 1986.

Dear Shri Venkataramanaiah,

The Institute is conducting a 4-week training programme for the IAS officers, commencing from 4th instant. I enclose herewith copies of the programme schedule and list of participants.

I shall be glad if you could please address the participant of the programme on the topic "Case Study on Marketing" on 27th August between 2:30 p.m. to 5.15 p.m.

With regards,
Yours sincerely,
(T.L. SANKAR)

To
Shri Ch. Venkataramanaiah,
Manager (Mktg . )
APEDC
Hyderabad.

Grams : "INSPIRE"
Phones : 71145 , 71148 Res : 34879


INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISE
O.U. CAMPUS , HYDERABAD
Training Programme for I . A . S. Officers in Management
Concepts and Decision Making
August 4 - 30 , 1986
List of participants (IPE SLOT NO . XXII)


S.No Name of the participant with Address State and year of Allotment Phone No. Residence/Office
1

Sri

Sankara Subbian

Commissioner for Diary Development 

MD, TNCMPF

MADRAS

TN

1970

613820/575122

2

S.L. Singhson

Secretary

Works Department

Imphal

MANIPUR

MI

1970

21060/21035

3

Saroj Kumar Dubey

Addl. Commissioner

Ujjain

MADHYA PRADESH

MP

1970

5160/4813

4

M. Arya Mitra

Managing Director

Karnataka SC/ST

Development Corpn.

4th Main Road, 16th Cross

Sampangi Ramnagar

BANGALORE.

KN

1970

608359/223316

5

T.K.A. Deewan Mohammed

Director of  Sugar

474, Annasalai

Nandanam

MADRAS - 600035

TN

1970

613949/450225

6

V.M.Lal

Director (Shipping)

1, Parliament Street

NEW DELHI

MH

1970

693925

7

Y.K. Puttasome Gowda

Managing Director

K.S.S.I.D.C.

Rajajinagar  Industrial Estate

BANGALORE

KN

1970

572766/350037

8

Smt.Pratima Dayal

Administrator

Sharda Sahayak 

Command Authority

Lucknow

UTTAR PRADESH

UP

1972

33302/43912

9

N.C. Bajpal

Special Secretary Finance

Finance Department

U.P. Secretariat

LUCKNOW

UP

1972

42074/48437

10

K.M. Ponnappa

Special Officer

Karnataka Coop Industrial Bank

BANGALORE - 560004

KN

1972

40739/602841

11

Paul Bhuyan

Vice Chairman &

Managing Director

Girijan Coop. Corpn. Ltd.

HYDERABAD

AP

1973

36109/235679

                234279

12

V.K.Aggarwal

Dy. Commissioner of Sales Tax(B)

Enforcement, Mazgoan,

BOMBAY - 10

MH

1973

862817

13

N.Venkataswamy

Director

Printing Stationary & Stores

Purchase

Chanchalguda

HYDERABAD-500659

AP

1973

62412/41624

14

J.M. Thangkhiew

Secretary

Government of Meghalayay

SHILLONG

Meghalaya

1973

26230/23595

15

R.S.Chari

Secretary

Govt. of Pondicherry

Local Administration

PONDICHERRY.

UT

1974

 
16

C.J.Jose

Registrar

Co-operative Society

Gujarat  State, 

GUJARAT

GJ

1974

4706/4890

17

Ram Behra

Add. Secretary to Govt.

Administrative Reforms Trg.

Coord. & Public grievances

Bhubaneswar

ORISSA

OR

1974

 
18

T.W.Baraphungpa

Project Director/Joint Secretary

Sikkim Rural Devp. Agency

Gangtok

SIKKIM

SK

1975

2489

19

A.Mohd.Haneera

Managing Director

Kerala State Textile corpn.

Pankaj, Vellayambalam

TRIVENDRUM-10

KL

1975

65698/65582

20

Smt.Neela Satyanarayana

Director Civil Supplies(W/M)

F&CSD

GOVT. of Maharastra,

BOMBAY - 400002

MH

1972

314871/290744

21

R.C.Vaish

Special Secretary

Dept. of Mines and Geology

Govt. of Bihar

PATNA

BH

1972

31243/26230

22

Anarag Goel

District Magistrate

Kanpur.

UP

1972

211287/211001

23

Mohd. Anis Ansari

Administrator

Nagar Mohapalika

Kanpur

U.P

UP

1973

242650/244451



FIN/IAS/MCDM/86                                                     December 29, 1986

Dear Shri Venkataramanaiah,

                          As per discussions you had with Prof. K. Rajanath,we request you to kindly address the participants of the 4 week IAS Programme on 30.12.86 between 2.30 PM to 4.30PM on the topic "Case Study on XYZ Company".
                          Please find enclosed herewith a list of participants for your kind reference.

With regards,
Yours sincerely,
(R.R.MISHRA)

To
Shri Ch. Venkataramanaiah,
Sr . Manager
A.P.E.L
Hyderabad-500029

Grams : "INSPIRE"
Phones : 71145,71937,71938



INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISE :: HYDERABAD – 7
PROGRAMME ON MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS & DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUES FOR SENIOR IAS OFFICERS
(December 8, 1986 to January 3, 1987)
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


S.No Name & Present Address Cadre & Year of Allotment

Telephones

Off/Res.
1 Shri Barooah B K Chisef RegionalExecutive Tea board GAUHATI Assam Assam 1973 27969/87507
2 Dilip Rau Managing Director Karnataka Co-operative Oilseeds Growers Federation No. 76, Kasturi Complex Mission Road BANGALORE Karnataka KN 1972 220997/564792
3 Goshal N Joint Secretary Home Department Writers Building CALCUTTA West Bengal WB 1973 25-5601-315/37-0819
4 Goyal A K Addl. Secretary to Govt Finance & Plng. Dept. Secretariat HYDERABAD- 500022 Andhra Pradesh AP1973 230744/36510
5 Gupta L K Special Secretary Co-operation & Registrar of Co-operative Societies LUCKNOW Uttar Pradesh UP 1973 47909/74688 32811/Ext.8334
6 Gurucharan Singh Managing Director G S I C AHMADABAD Gujarat GJ 1974 446235/460814
7 Hari Haran Director Ministry of Commerce NEW DELHI AP 1970 3015298/611651
8 Iqbal Ahmed A R M Director Karnataka Govt Insurance Department BANGALORE karnataka KN 1972 71438/576500
9 Jha S N Special Secretary Medical PH &FW Deptt. Secretariat LUCKNOW Uttar Pradesh UP 1972 47545/33388
10 Karuppan V Managing Director Tamilnadu Co-operative Milk Production Federation MADRAS Tamil Nadu TN 1970 575122/413007
11 Malaichamy S Dy Commissioner Municipal Corporation of Delhi Town Hall DELHI - 110 006 UT 1971 2510472/2926171/2926379
12 Mathur D S Director, Railway Board NEW DELHI MP 1971 387333/385252
13 Mishra R K Incharge Sri Kashi Vishwanth Temple VARNASI Uttar Pradesh UP 1973 66964
14 Moinuddin K K Secretary to Commissioner of Excise & Commercial Taxes Mukramjahi Road HYDERABAD Andhra Pradesh AP 1972 42530/224863
15 Murthy D V L N Managing Director A P Industrial Devpt. Corporation. Parishrama Bhavanam Basheerbagh HYDERABAD – 500029 Andhra Pradesh AP 1972 235355/559167
16 Naresh Chandra Commissioner-cum-Secretary Rural Development Govt. of Tripura AGARTALA Manipur-Tripura 1970 3359/3364
17 Neela Gangadharan (Smt) District Collector PATHANAMTHITTA Kerala KL 1975 505/506
18 Purkayastha Director , Banking Division Ministry of Finance Government of India Jeevan Deep Building Sansad Marg NEW DELHI – 110 001 AM 1969 353128/601038
19 Raghotham Rao A Addl.Commissioner Civil Supplies & E O S to Government of A P F & A Department Secretariat HYDERABAD-500022 Andhra Pradesh AP 1970 225416/238514
20 Ram Sajiwan Director Urban Administration BHOPAL Madhya Pradesh MP 1971 61236/62075
21 Rudhra Gangadharan Managing Director Kerala State Co-operative Agricultural Development Bank Limited Statue TRIVANDRUM Kerala KL 1975 75671/61479
22 Saran K M Special Secretary Agricultural Department Government of M P BHOPAL Madhya Pradesh MP 1970 67449/61830
23 Singh A P Secretary Wool & Woollens Export Promotion Council Ashoka Estate Barakhamba Road NEW DELHI Assam 1970 3315512/617919
24 Sakeel Ahmed Special Secretary P H E D PATNA Bihar Bihar 1973 21378/26435
25 Subas Pani Additional Secretary Irrigation & Power Deptt. BHUBANESWAR – 751 001 Orissa Orissa 1972 54048/52556
26 Sundararaj A M Managing Director Tamilnadu Industrial Development Corporation MADRAS – 600 002 Tamil Nadu TN 1970 812314/66604/87023
27 Vimla Bhagat (Miss) Special Secretary Excise, Taxation & Forests HP Secretariat SIMLA – 171002 Himachal Pradesh HP 1972 2144/5363

PROGRAMME NO M-6       : IPE/IAS/8/87
NAME OF THE INSTITUTE : INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISE
SUBJECT/SPECIALITY    : MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUE
DURATION                       : 4 - WEEKS
FROM                               : 24.8.1987
RESIDENTIAL/NON-RES.   : RESIDENTIAL

S.no Officer identity Name Cad. Year Poastal Address
1 RJO14600 ANIL VAISH RJ 70 Mg. Director Rj State Mines & Minerals Ltd., Udaipur
2 UPO36400 AGARWAL SK UP 74 MD. UP State Export Corpn., Kanpur
3 UPO34200 AJAY SHANKAR UP 73 SECRETARY TO LT. GOVERNOR Raj Niwas, New Delhi.
4 HY010300 BHAGWATI PRASAD HY 72 MD, Haryana DDC, Chandigarh.
5 BHO25100 CHAUHAN BK BH 74 MD., Bihar State Tourism Dev. Corporation, Patna.
6 BHO25105 CHUGH AK BH 74 Special Secretary Personnel &A.R. Deptt. Govt of Bihar, Patna
7 KNO15000 DAS SK KN 70 Secretary to Government Co operation Department Secretariat, Bangalore
8 ORO18201 DAS IC OR 76 Director , Social Welfare & Addl. Secretary, CD&PR Dept. Bhubneswar
9 MPO26407 GUPTA SR MP 73 Spl. Secretary, Govt. of MP Home Department, Bhopal
10 JROO3600 GUPTA NR JK 71 Secretary, Forest Dept., J&K
11   GOYAL MC MP 74 Dy.Secy., Dept. of Rural Devpt.,N.Delhi.
12 AMO12209 HAZARIKA BM AM 73 Secretary , Govt of Assam Labour Department Dispur.
13 APO20800 JAINDER SINGH AP 72 Director Department of Textiles; N.Delhi
14 GJ018400 JYOTHI AK GJ 75 DGM., Gujarat St. Rd. Transport Corpn., Vahan Vyavahar Bhavan, Astudia Drwaja, Ahmedabad.
15 WBO20900 JAGANNATHAN NV WB 72 Secretary ,Calcutta Metropolitan Dev. Aty.,3-A, Auckland Place, Calcutta.
16 MHO28804 KARANDIKAR      
17 TNO18700 MANI ANNAN V TN 72 DIRECTOR, FISHERIES &MD. FN Fisheries Dev. Corpn. Ltd., Madras – 6
18   MEERA RL GJ 75 DIRECTOR Employment & Training Government of Gujarat Block 1, 3rd floor Gandinagar – 10
19 WBO22400 MIRA PANDE WB 74 JOINT SECRETARY FINANCE Deptt.,Writers Bldg., Calcutta 1.
20 MPO26403 MOHILE AD MP 73 SPECIAL SECRETARY Government of MP., Higher Education Dept. Bhopal.
21 KNO16808 NAGARAJAN PS KN 72 DIRECTOR, FOOD & CIVIL SUPPLIES, BANGALORE-1
22 M1004500 OOMMEN S MT 73 SECRETARY (Transport) Government of Manipur Imphal
23 MHO28806 PATIL BB MH 75 COLLECTOR, Osmanabad., Maharastra
24 MHO30009 PATANKAR AM MH 76 Dy. SECRETARY,Industries, Energy and Labour Deptt. Mantralaya. Bombay
25 GJO19100 RAMDHANLAL GJ 75  
26   SAXENA OP UP 74 Spl.Secy., Food & Civil Supplies. Lucknow, U.P.
27 JK003400 SINGH BR JK 71 DIRECTOR, Department of Mines, Shastri bhawan, New Delhi.
28 PBO12500 SHYAM LAL PB 73 COMMISSIONER Municipal Corporation, Ludhiana
29 KNO18600 TARA AJAI SINGH KN KN 75 Jt.Secy., Plg. Dept., Secretariat, Bangalore.
30 UPO32000 TRIVEDI RN UP 72 MD.,UP State IDC Kanpur
31 UPO38302 YASHPAL SINGH UP 75 DIRECTOR Mandi Parishad UP, Lucknow
32 UPO31902 SHARMA CK UP 71 DIRECTOR Department of Public Enterprises Udyog Bhawan New Delhi

THIRD WEEK

DAY/DATE 0930-1130 Hrs 1130-1330 1415-1500 1500-1700
Monday 7.9.87 Project Planning & Management & Monitoring AKG Materials Management: A Case AKG LIBRARY Computer Excise On Project Management AKG/SPR
Tuesday 8.9.87 Production Management – Emerging Issues AKG Panel Discussion on Time and Cost Overrun MGK/RPA LIBRARY Project Work
Wednesday 9.9.87 Marketing Concepts KR Social Marketing ANS/KR LIBRARY Case on Marketing CVR/KR
Thursday 10.9.87 Corporate Planning in PEs KSB Computer and Information Technology : The State of Art EBG LIBRARY Project Work
Friday 11.9.87 GAME ON STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT KSB/RVR     Seminar on Strategic Management KSB
Saturday 12.9.87   Visit to Nagarjuna Sagar & Srisailam    

LUNCH – 1330 - 1415

FOURTH WEEK

DAY/DATE 0930-1130 Hrs 1130-1330 1415-1500 1500-1700
Monday 14.9.87 Introduction to OR KNG Application of OR Techniques KNG LIBRARY Finalization of Project Work
Tuesday 15.9.87 Case on O.R KNG   LIBRARY Visit to ISRO JMG
Wednesday 16.9.87 Decision Making Styles AB   LIBRARY Group Decision Making AB
Thursday 17.9.87 Administrative Stress AB   LIBRARY Project Report Presentation: Group A
Friday 18.9.87 Leadership AB   LIBRARY Project Report Presentation: Group B
Saturday 19.9.87 Project Report : Presentation : Group C Project Report : Presentation : Group D   Valedictory TLS

LUNCH - 1330 - 1415


MARKETING MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD


26.12.88

The following telex received from IMM , NEW DELHI

FROM : DR. JAGJIT SINGH , SECRETARY GENERAL IMM , NEW DELHI

REFERING YOUR ENTRY MARKETING MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD YOUR ORGANISATION HAS BEEN SHORT LISTED AS WINNER. FINAL RESULTS WILL BE COMMUNICATED TO YOU SHORTLY. AS CONVEYED EARLIER, PLEASE PREPARE YOUR SPEECH ON NEW MARKET HORIZONS FOR POSSIBLE PRESENTATION AT 16th WORLD MARKETING CONGRESS ON 5.1.89 AT NEW DELHI. ALSO SUGGEST KINDLY HOST TEA AT MARKETING CONGRESS COSTING RS 7000/-. KINDLY TELEX CONFIRMATION HOSTING SOCIAL AND SEND YOUR CHEQUE THIS WEEK ITSELF.

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