Thursday, July 18, 2013

Original Paper for submission of :Common Currency Paper: through proper channel to University of Economic Science Berlin is NOW TRACED


Common Universally Acceptable Paper Curreny


This paper is dated back to 6th June 1984 - roughly 30 years ago. I could trace out the paper from my records. This indicates the program paper "Common Universal Currency" which I desired to Present to the University of Economic Sciences Berlin to its XXI International Economic Seminar. As I was an employee of Syndicate Bank, I submitted the paper through proper channel - via Branch Manager, Syndicate Bank, Vijayawada Main Branch, to The Chairman and Managing Director of Syndicate Bank, Manipal who actually has to permit me to participate. Information relating to sending of Telex messages seeking permission etc are all on record. This paper is incidentally traced in its very bad shape and the same paper "as it is" was scanned and placed in these columns for the readers. It is a fact, lot of pains were taken personally, besides spending huge amounts - many a times typing the paper on a simple type writer when the facility of xerox was non existent in those days. Repeatedly typing to take out copies was a serious strenuous job. Energy was spent; anxiety to do something to the Nation made me to shoulder the financial responsibility and strain ---individually. I have nothing to repent at this stage. Perhaps Lord might have found better persons than me to do the job. Let me trust "the path of the duty is the way to glory" - I did my duty during yester years, now and forever in the days to come till--------FINAL BREATH. It becomes immaterial for me whether someone recognizes the effort, my aim is only that whether the concept has touched the bottom and whether there are any beneficiaries out of it. I shall always feel proud if I could be of help to any single individual - a fellow human being; to my society; to my nation.

Common Universally Acceptable Paper Currency

The original paper is scanned and placed on record in this blog This paper is dated back to 6th June 1984 - roughly 30 years ago. I could trace out the paper from my records. This indicates the program paper "Common Universal Currency" which I desired to Present to the University of Economic Sciences Berlin to its XXI International Economic Seminar. As I was an employee of Syndicate Bank, I submitted the paper through proper channel - via Branch Manager, Syndicate Bank, Vijayawada Main Branch, to The Chairman and Managing Director of Syndicate Bank, Manipal who actually has to permit me to participate. Information relating to sending of Telex messages seeking permission etc are all on record. This paper is incidentally traced in its very bad shape and the same paper "as it is" was scanned and placed in these columns for the readers. It is a fact, lot of pains were taken personally, besides spending huge amounts - many a times typing the paper on a simple type writer when the facility of xerox was non existent in those days. Repeatedly typing to take out copies was a serious strenuous job. Energy was spent; anxiety to do something to the Nation made me to shoulder the financial responsibility and strain ---individually. I have nothing to repent at this stage. Perhaps Lord might have found better persons than me to do the job. Let me trust "the path of the duty is the way to glory" - I did my duty during yester years, now and forever in the days to come till--------FINAL BREATH. It becomes immaterial for me whether someone recognizes the effort, my aim is only that whether the concept has touched the bottom and whether there are any beneficiaries out of it. I shall always feel proud if I could be of help to any single individual - a fellow human being; to my society; to my nation.

Sunday, June 29, 2008

I am finding it extremely difficult..........

I am finding it extremely difficult to procure all papers relating to different subjects. I am trying my best to look into the old records and to place the relavent data on the blog so that the next generations may make use of the subjects if found viable.

International Understanding - Tourism to cover balance of payments

I did receive my Diploma in United Nations International Understanding with specialization on World Bank during 1970 or so. Perhaps, I was the only from India who got qualified for such a work. I did not come across any one later in my life who got qualified for such diploma work and I do not know whether the Institute from Geneva continued or otherwise. Anyway, I consider this as an achievement in my life though it was of no use practically in any manner.
I requested the National leaders to concentrate on Tourism and my subject on "Tourism to Cover the Balance of Payments" was highlighted in the papers but I do not know what took place later. Tourism is one such which helps us to develop internally while helping us to generate foreign exchange on account of visitors. This particular subject I thought would help our Hotel Industry, transportation Industry and so. The adverse balance of payments position was a real headache of those days for the Nation.