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Very Important & Nice PPT by Abdul Kalam

shreeramjoshi Started The Discussion:

Hi All This very Imp PPT i have received i thought i should share it with you. Please post your view on this & suggest as to what you can do to save our earth as a HR professional. Regards, SJ


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vista - Member Since: Oct 2005
Hi! it was really good PPT ..and very true! i always save water and hate all the person who waste water..i tried my best to stop wastage of water but few people are stubborn they don't listen...
I have argument with my roommate several time..but!!nothing happen..
they always open the tap while brushing teeth,they boil water for bath yes boil not warm..then they mix tapwater which will over flow in bucket..and the tap will not stop before 1 hr..until they finished washing..etc...eehhhu ...
its not enough they open the tap and go to watch TV...and forget to close tap.....

sarahat - Member Since: Feb 2006
Hi, It is indeed a very nice ppt and it also can be ued for wide campaigns to save our environment. Sara

pujari - Member Since: Feb 2007
hi,

this is really a very important presentation and we can contribute by the judicious use of water and try to preserve the sanctity of the nature. The best thing should be forward this presentation to as many contact as possible.

regards
pujari

Hiren50 - Member Since: May 2007
Very nice presentation. It only goes to show that while the standard of living has improved, the standard of life has gone down or we are missing the wood for the trees. Since this is an HRD forum one of the main functions of which is to avoid square pegs in round holes, the president talks about "inner nature" as well which can prove to be a health hazard in the long run according to the latest American research:-

"President APJ Abdul Kalam has thrown some light on this problem in his autobiography “Wings of Fire”-“If you are a writer who would secretly prefer to be a lawyer or a doctor, your written words will feed but half the hunger of your readers; if you are a teacher who would rather be a businessman, your instructions will meet but half the need for knowledge of your students; if you are a scientist who hates science, your performance will satisfy but half the needs of your mission. The personal happiness and failure to achieve results that come from being a square peg in a round hole is not by any means new. In another part of the book, he states , “ I myself would tell naivete engineering students that when they choose their specialization, the essential point to consider is whether the choice articulates their inner feelings and aspirations. "

santhosh kumari - Member Since: Sep 2009
Hi All This very Imp PPT i have received i thought i should share it with you. Please post your view on this & suggest as to what you can do to save our earth as a HR professional. Regards, santu:-P

Abhilasha_Jha - Member Since: May 2010
I wish THAT this does not come true . a very important message given by Mr.Kalam. With Regards, Abhilasha

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