“Problem” is such a loose and common word that even an illiterate uses it off and on. But, problem is not always a problem, most of the times, it is a perceived one. While genuine problems have solutions, perceived problems
The incident goes back to the year 1987 when I was posted at Sahibganj Branch in Bihar (now in Jharkhand). It was the day when Chhat Puja was being performed in the eastern part of the country. The story is
“It always seems impossible until its done” – Nelson Mandela Have you ever found two branches (with different names) located in the same village with a population of less than five thousand? But I found it when I was Regional
During our childhood days we read a number of stories from Aesop’s Fables and many other story books. These stories have Morals also. Here I would like to reproduce the story with the title ‘The Monkey and Cats’, as under:
Agriculture is known to all of us but what’s about Agree – culture? You may be wondering what is this terminology? And, you may not be the only one. As you go through the article, this term will be demystified.
I left school in the year 1973. Its name is ‘Mitrabhum High School’ and is located in a village called ‘Kurumgram’ (230 km from Kolkata) in West Bengal. I could vividly remember my school days, particularly the time from Std.
The incident happened with a deputy collector when I was posted as Branch Manager at Deoghar Branch of SBI between 1993-95, a district HQ Branch having staff strength of 80+. Have you heard the name of Deoghar? Those who are
Water is the Elixir of Life. Can we think of life without water? The answer is a big ‘NO’. Every year during summer some parts of the country suffer from huge water crisis and this year is also no exception.
Our constitution provides certain provisions to the SCs and STs to protect their educational and economic interests. These provisions are known as “Protective Discrimination Policy”. They are related to (i) Political reservation (Articles 330 & 332), (ii) Reservation of seats