Wednesday, July 28, 2010

T. Raja Segar - Topics of videos

T. Raja Segar

http://bit.ly/F4TSinda

 

1 of 10 - Objectives of SINDA

2 of 10 - Approach to education in India and Singapore

3 of 10 - Difference between Indian and Chinese students

4 of 10 - Employment vs Entrepreneurship

5 of 10 - Engagement of policymakers in the organisation

6 of 10 - Role of self-help groups to supplement other national schemes

7 of 10 - Being ethnic and being friendly

8 of 10 - Can the model be replicated

9 of 10 - Observations about youth and patriotism

10 of 10 - Understanding the place of Singapore from a global perspective

 

T. Raja Segar, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Indian Development Association, Singapore (www.sinda.org.sg)

Venue: Komala's, Tanglin Mall

Viviane Wei - Topics of videos

Viviane Wei

http://bit.ly/F4TGalleryV

 

1 of 6 - Art journey

2 of 6 - Talents in Vietnam

3 of 6 - Importance of art in life

4 of 6 - On art education

5 of 6 - Exhibitions in different countries

6 of 6 - Observations about Indian art

 

Viviane Wei, Managing Director, GalleryV Pte. Ltd., Singapore (www.lotusgallery.com)

James B. Rogers, Jr. - Topics of videos

James B. Rogers, Jr.

http://bit.ly/F4TJimRogers

 

Arriving at the venue on a bicycle

1 of 17 - I see more currency turmoil coming

2 of 17 - US policies making things worse

3 of 17 - Transition from West to East

4 of 17 - Largest creditor nations in Asia

5 of 17 - If you believe government numbers you will go broke

6 of 17 - Not thinking of any book right now

7 of 17 - So many crises in the recent past

8 of 17 - Imbalances in currency markets are huge

9 of 17 - How can the world avert major currency crisis

10 of 17 - Folly of printing more money to spend more

11 of 17 - China is the next great country in the world

12 of 17 - Wrong to put India and China in the same basket

13 of 17 - Indian central bank better than the American central bank

14 of 17 - Outlook for commodities

15 of 17 - On India buying mines outside

16 of 17 - Problems with financial media

17 of 17 - Academic courses on economic crisis

 

James B. Rogers, Jr. (www.jimrogers.com), Singapore

Venue: Da Paolo Gastronomia, and GalleryV, Bukit Timah Road, Cluny Court.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hernaikh Singh - Topics of videos

Hernaikh Singh

http://bit.ly/F4TSicci

 

1 of 11 - Current priorities

2 of 11 - Expectations of companies that join SICCI

3 of 11 - Participation in policy-making process

4 of 11 - Relationship with other ethnic chambers

5 of 11 - Interaction with policymakers in India

6 of 11 - Businessmen in India vs China

7 of 11 - Research aimed at understanding a country

8 of 11 - Need to understand companies intimately

9 of 11 - Challenges before India

10 of 11 - Observations about students

11 of 11 - Question that Singapore media focus on

 

Hernaikh Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Director, EDC@SICCI, Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Singapore (www.sicci.com)

Sunday, July 25, 2010

C. S. R. Prabhu - Topics of videos

C. S. R. Prabhu

http://bit.ly/F4TCSRPrabhu

 

1 of 11 - Top thoughts -- cloud computing

2 of 11 - What is cloud computing

3 of 11 - Traditional knowledge database

4 of 11 - Use of mobile platform and IVRS

5 of 11 - Deeper problem that afflicts our farmers

6 of 11 - Enthusiasm among civil servants to implement e-governance

7 of 11 - Interest shown by politicians in IT applications

8 of 11 - Work in the field of yoga

9 of 11 - Books on Yogic Sukshma Vyayama, Asanas

10 of 11 - Three worlds that we live in

11 of 11 - Truth is only one

 

C. S. R. Prabhu, Deputy Director General, National Informatics Centre (NIC), Hyderabad

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Jaishree Misra - Topics of videos

Jaishree Misra

http://bit.ly/F4TJaishreeMisra

 

1 of 8 - What is agitating me now

2 of 8 - Sign of a civilised society is how it looks after the weakest

3 of 8 - Three books in three years that I signed for

4 of 8 - Journalist questions that I get tired of

5 of 8 - I am interested in the craft of writing

6 of 8 - What if questions that come up during reflective moments

7 of 8 - Am I getting more philosophical

8 of 8 - Beauty of fiction is that it may teach you a lot more about life

 

Jaishree Misra, Author, 'Secrets & Lies' (Harper)

Vishwajyoti Ghosh - Topics of videos

Vishwajyoti Ghosh

http://bit.ly/F4TVishwa

 

1 of 9 - Why a book set in the time of Emergency

2 of 9 - Graphic novel and its strengths

3 of 9 - Author reading the book

4 of 9 - Do I anticipate opposition to the book

5 of 9 - Working solo and its advantages

6 of 9 - Choice of style in graphic novel determined by content

7 of 9 - Observations about reading habits

8 of 9 - A travelogue I am working on

9 of 9 - Potential to use comics in newspapers

 

Vishwajyoti Ghosh, Author, 'Delhi Calm' (Harper)

Rajesh Shukla - Topics of videos

Rajesh Shukla

http://bit.ly/F4TRajeshShukla

 

1 of 10 - Highlights of the survey and the publication

2 of 10 - Is entrepreneurship widespread in the country

3 of 10 - Contribution of children in labour households

4 of 10 - On labour productivity and health concerns

5 of 10 - Next book is about youth in India

6 of 10 - Has national integration increased as a result of migration

7 of 10 - Observations about education

8 of 10 - Growth of IT services in the country

9 of 10 - Findings about borrowing patterns

10 of 10 - Does inflation number matter to consumers

 

Rajesh Shukla, Director, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi (www.ncaer.org), and Author, 'How India Earns, Spends and Saves' (Sage)

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Suman K. Bery - Topics of videos

Suman K. Bery

http://bit.ly/F4TSumanBery

 

1 of 5 - Objective of India Policy Forum

2 of 5 - On the latest volume of India Policy Forum

3 of 5 - How can economic research reach wider public

4 of 5 - Observations about business media

5 of 5 - Views about long-term growth

 

Suman K. Bery, Director General, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi (www.ncaer.org), and Co-Editor, 'India Policy Forum' (Sage)

Prasanna Swaroopa - Topics of videos

Prasanna Swaroopa

http://bit.ly/F4TSwaroopa

 

1 of 2 - Importance of influencing the influencers

2 of 2 - Observations about business ethics

 

Br. Prasanna Swaroopa, Joint Secretary, Foundation for Restoration of National Values, New Delhi (www.valuefoundation.in)

Bharat Wakhlu - Topics of videos

Bharat Wakhlu

http://bit.ly/F4TWakhlu

 

1 of 4 - Difference that an upright, ethical leader can make

2 of 4 - Development in India possible only through good governance

3 of 4 - Observations about media

4 of 4 - Danger in focusing on the negatives

 

Bharat Wakhlu, Resident Director, Tata Services Ltd, New Delhi, and Co-Editor, 'Restoring Values' (Sage)

E. Sreedharan - Topics of videos

E. Sreedharan

http://bit.ly/F4TESreedharan

 

1 of 14 - Delhi Metro has brought about a change in social attitude of people

2 of 14 - Time saved by Metro commuters

3 of 14 - In another 4 to 5 months the current overcrowding problem will be solved

4 of 14 - Escalators have been planned for the full discharge of commuters

5 of 14 - Fleet of feeder bus service to be increased by 300

6 of 14 - About the book 'Restoring Values'

7 of 14 - Response to the book and its message

8 of 14 - Metro has become a model for others to emulate

9 of 14 - Work culture in Delhi Metro

10 of 14 - Real estate prices have tremendously gone up along the Metro network

11 of 14 - Work of Foundation for Restoration of National Values

12 of 14 - Need for high-speed trains

13 of 14 - Philosophy of work

14 of 14 - There are people to take over from me without difficulty

 

Dr E. Sreedharan, Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, New Delhi, and Co-Editor, 'Restoring Values' (Sage)

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Kunal Khattar - Topics of videos

Kunal Khattar

http://bit.ly/F4TKKhattar

 

1 of 6 - Growth in operations of the company

2 of 6 - Factors that have contributed to growth

3 of 6 - How we implemented SAP in four months

4 of 6 - We wanted an IT system that meets our needs over time

5 of 6 - Observations about automotive industry

6 of 6 - Infrastructure and hospitality can make long drives more popular

 

Kunal Khattar, Vice President-eBusiness & Strategic Alliance, Carnation Auto India Pvt Ltd, Noida (www.carnation.in), SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Prasan RV, Hanumantha Rao - Topics of videos

Prasan RV

Hanumantha Rao

http://bit.ly/F4TPrasanRV

http://bit.ly/F4THanuRao

 

1 of 7 - SMEs deserve more attention from the media

2 of 7 - In SMEs the owners are taking the decisions on IT systems

3 of 7 - IT forums that SMEs are attending

4 of 7 - Company focuses on manufacturing segment solutions

5 of 7 - Is there a lag in IT adoption in Indian enterprises

6 of 7 - IT as business enabler

7 of 7 - Shared support model for small enterprises

 

Prasan RV, Executive Vice President, TVS Infotech Ltd, Bangalore, and Hanumantha Rao, Director-SAP Services & Alliances, TVS Infotech Ltd, Chennai (www.tvsinfotech.com), SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

S. Srinivasan SFL - Topics of videos

S. Srinivasan

http://bit.ly/F4TSriniSFL

 

1 of 5 - Experience of systems implementations

2 of 5 - IT facilitates reaching of live data to executives on the move

3 of 5 - How IT copes with varied business requirements

4 of 5 - Have system constraints come in the way of business

5 of 5 - ERP integration on delivery and supply sides

 

S. Srinivasan, Head-Information Systems, Sundram Fasteners Ltd, Chennai, SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Avinash Patkar - Topics of videos

Avinash Patkar

http://bit.ly/F4TPatkarTata

 

1 of 4 - Hard and soft aspects of sustainability

2 of 4 - Two elephants in climate change are the US and China

3 of 4 - Game-changing innovations going on

4 of 4 - Investments by Tata in sustainability initiatives

 

Dr Avinash Patkar, Chief Sustainability Officer, Tata Power, SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Alok Goyal - Topics of videos

Alok Goyal

http://bit.ly/F4TAlokSAP

 

1 of 2 - Question for Tata Power

2 of 2 - Question for ICF

 

Alok Goyal, COO, SAP India, Moderator, SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Bishal Thapa - Topics of videos

Bishal Thapa

http://bit.ly/F4TThapaICF

 

1 of 4 - Why India should respond to climate change concerns

2 of 4 - Three things that need to be addressed by India

3 of 4 - Vulnerabilities in India get accentuated by climate change

4 of 4 - Challenge to sustainability is decision-making

 

Bishal Thapa, Vice President, ICF International, SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Neelam Dhawan - Topics of videos

Neelam Dhawan

http://bit.ly/F4TNeelamDhawan

 

1 of 12 - Business cycles will continue to be unpredictable

2 of 12 - Let us go beyond the carbon footprint of technology

3 of 12 - Reduction of data centres resulted in great savings

4 of 12 - Building a sustainable converged infrastructure

5 of 12 - Blueprint for data centre

6 of 12 - State of business today

7 of 12 - Increase in the consumption of IT

8 of 12 - Solution stack for SAP environments

9 of 12 - Inflexibility of IT infrastructure

10 of 12 - Data centre of the future

11 of 12 - Managing SAP application lifecycle with HP software

12 of 12 - Focus also on reducing paper consumption

 

Neelam Dhawan, Managing Director, HP India, SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Monday, July 19, 2010

Peter Graf - Topics of videos

Peter Graf

http://bit.ly/F4TPeterGraf

 

1 of 30 - Root cause of sustainability problems is population growth

2 of 30 - Volatility driven by resource use intensity

3 of 30 - Consequences are severe -- stopped from recording

4 of 30 - Sustainability is a mega trend, like globalisation and Internet

5 of 30 - Indicators that SAP is tracking

6 of 30 - Choice before India

7 of 30 - Chief sustainability title for CEO

8 of 30 - Compliance requirements across the globe

9 of 30 - Touching every process is sustainability

10 of 30 - Examples of driving profitability

11 of 30 - IT can provide visibility about opportunities for savings

12 of 30 - One-sixth of emission from SAP customers

13 of 30 - Strategy and targets within the company

14 of 30 - Investments and acquisitions towards sustainability

15 of 30 - Carbon impact solution, on-demand

16 of 30 - Reporting of sustainability management

17 of 30 - Leveraging insights from across geographies

18 of 30 - Ensuring safety of people and products

19 of 30 - Demo of carbon footprint app on iPad

20 of 30 - Working together with solutions on the cloud

21 of 30 - Reducing flight activity by 30 per cent

22 of 30 - Key to sustainability is IT

23 of 30 - Impact on employees

24 of 30 - Will sustainability solutions mean more maintenance expense

25 of 30 - How IT can help reduce carbon footprint

26 of 30 - Licensing revenues expected from sustainability business

27 of 30 - When did we start the sustainability initiative

28 of 30 - Applications available as service on the Internet

29 of 30 - Sixty per cent of revenue from energy and carbon-related sectors

30 of 30 - Combining on-premise and cloud solutions

 

Dr Peter Graf, Chief Sustainability Officer, Executive VP, Sustainability Solutions, SAP, California (www.sap.com), SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Peter Gartenberg - Topics of videos

Peter Gartenberg

http://bit.ly/F4TPeterSAP

 

1 of 11 - Opening music about 30 minutes after scheduled time

2 of 11 - India's potential for innovation in sustainability

3 of 11 - Increasing employability of women

4 of 11 - Opportunities relating to sustainability among customers and partners

5 of 11 - Where can SAP make an impact in terms of ROI

6 of 11 - Focus on inclusiveness of women in development

7 of 11 - Founding of India sustainability executive advisory council in SAP

8 of 11 - Examples of SAP partners

9 of 11 - Details about Navy contract that cannot be shared

10 of 11 - Global delivery centre of SAP in India

11 of 11 - Applications for mobile devices

 

Peter Gartenberg, Managing Director, SAP India (www.sap.com), SAP World Tour 2010, http://bit.ly/F4TWorldSAP

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

K. Sunil - Topics of videos

K. Sunil

http://bit.ly/F4TSunilMTS

 

1 of 14 - Growth of MTS operations, and strategy in voice and data

2 of 14 - No congestion or churn problems

3 of 14 - CDMA and GSM discussions

4 of 14 - Efficiency of CDMA and its future

5 of 14 - Convenience in life facilitated by mobile phone

6 of 14 - Handset choice in CDMA market

7 of 14 - VAS for CDMA

8 of 14 - Observations about mobile commerce

9 of 14 - Potential applications on mobile platform

10 of 14 - How SMEs can leverage mobile commerce

11 of 14 - An example of campus development, in engineering

12 of 14 - Differentiator that MTS offers

13 of 14 - Downtime less than point three per cent

14 of 14 - Mobile advisor initiative for rural areas

 

K. Sunil, Chief Operating Officer – Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Sistema Shyam Teleservices Limited (SSTL), Chennai

Sunday, July 11, 2010

O. Arivazhagan - Topics of videos

O. Arivazhagan

http://bit.ly/F4TAri

 

1 of 6 - Project experience and the founding of IIPM

2 of 6 - Quitting the job and starting an enterprise

3 of 6 - Online courses offered by IIPM

4 of 6 - How project management helps in development

5 of 6 - On the passion of film-making

6 of 6 - Movie making from a project management perspective

 

O. Arivazhagan, CEO, International Institute of Project Management, Chennai (www.iipmchennai.com)

Pravin Shekar - Topics of videos

Pravin Shekar

http://bit.ly/F4TPravinShekar

 

1 of 19 - What is panel research

2 of 19 - Healthcare panels and their need

3 of 19 - Categorisation of doctors

4 of 19 - Who will benefit from health panel research

5 of 19 - Push for research comes from clients

6 of 19 - Objections commonly raised about online research

7 of 19 - Digital ethnography in research

8 of 19 - Are businesses addressing the young consumer

9 of 19 - What motivates someone to participate in research

10 of 19 - Power of peer-to-peer network

11 of 19 - Is decision-making driven by data

12 of 19 - Why do people stay away from data-driven decision-making

13 of 19 - Problems of the incumbent as compared to nimbler, newer companies

14 of 19 - Talks on market research in colleges -- example, business of flirting

15 of 19 - Reasons for entrepreneurship failure

16 of 19 - Entrepreneur requires guides, mentors, and business coach

17 of 19 - SMEs have the most to gain from market research

18 of 19 - Governments invest a lot in research

19 of 19 - Current projects are diverse

 

Pravin Shekar, Kreator-in-Chief, Krea, Chennai (www.krea.in)

Ravi Jagannathan - Topics of videos

Ravi Jagannathan

http://bit.ly/F4TRavi3i

 

1 of 7 - Needs of tech-savvy consumers addressed through DIY applications

2 of 7 - Forms of digital identity

3 of 7 - Are business enterprises driving growth of digital identity adoption

4 of 7 - Who pays for digital signature

5 of 7 - Responsibility for the safety of digital identity

6 of 7 - Creating digital identity awareness in schools and colleges

7 of 7 - Benefits of digital signature

 

Ravi Jagannathan, MD and CEO, 3i Infotech Consumer Services Ltd, Bangalore (www.3i-infotech.com)

Rajamannar Ramaswamy, Sajid Sathak - Topics of videos

Rajamannar Ramaswamy, Sajid Sathak

http://bit.ly/F4TInno

 

1 of 14 - Brief history of the company (Raj)

2 of 14 - From PE to development activity in Oragadam (Raj)

3 of 14 - Offering affordable value to meet the demand for quality housing (Raj)

4 of 14 - Bringing back the joys of suburban community living (Raj)

5 of 14 - Plans in housing and value-added logistics areas (Raj)

6 of 14 - Logistics project based on Europe model (Raj)

7 of 14 - About Inno GeoCity project (Sajid)

8 of 14 - Positives about Indian real estate scenario (Sajid)

9 of 14 - Observations about urban renewal and suburban development (Sajid)

10 of 14 - People tend to live more closely to work place (Sajid)

11 of 14 - Consumers are more demanding these days (Raj)

12 of 14 - Phases of the current project (Raj)

13 of 14 - Demand for leasing 100 units for expat employees (Raj)

14 of 14 - Right policy adopted by financial system in the country (Raj)

 

Rajamannar Ramaswamy, Group MD, Inno Group Holdings Ltd, Dubai (www.innogroupholdings.com)

Sajid Sathak, MD, Inno Advisory (India) P Ltd, Chennai (www.innogroupholdings.com)

Thursday, July 08, 2010

GE Healthcare-Jaslok Hospital - Topics of videos

GE Healthcare event

http://bit.ly/F4TGEJaslok

 

1 of 44 - How the technology is a breakthrough in tumour treatment (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

2 of 44 - Cost of treatment (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

3 of 44 - Phases through which any new technology goes through (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

4 of 44 - Story of a painting by a patient (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

5 of 44 - Tracing history of imaging over the last about three decades (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

6 of 44 - Functional MR in a mall (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

7 of 44 - Maximum impact of imaging developments in neurology (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

8 of 44 - Misconceptions about radiation (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

9 of 44 - Patient spared of major surgery (M. Masand)

10 of 44 - Boon to women patients (Kanta Masand)

11 of 44 - Three healthcare goals (V. Raja)

12 of 44 - Focused MRI (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

13 of 44 - How does focused MRI work (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

14 of 44 - Treatment of uterine fibroid (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

15 of 44 - Analogy of apple to explain different treatments (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

16 of 44 - Prostate cancer treatment using focused MRI (Dr Shrinivas B. Desai)

17 of 44 - Evolution of treatment (Dr Mansukhani G.N.)

18 of 44 - Patterns of fibroid instance (Dr Mansukhani G.N.)

19 of 44 - Who are affected by fibroid problem (Dr Rishma Dhillon Pai)

20 of 44 - Spectrum of treatments for women (Dr Rishma Dhillon Pai)

21 of 44 - Patient experience-1

22 of 44 - Patient experience-2

23 of 44 - Patient experience-3

24 of 44 - Ready acceptance by patient, an example (Dr Mansukhani G.N.)

25 of 44 - New initiatives in Jaslok (M. Masand)

26 of 44 - After IT boom it is time for healthcare boom (M. Masand)

27 of 44 - Challenge is not of competition, but retention of nurses (M. Masand)

28 of 44 - Research work in the hospital (M. Masand)

29 of 44 - Too much harassment while running the charitable hospital (M. Masand)

30 of 44 - Observations about healthcare for the defence services (M. Masand)

31 of 44 - Role of media in creating awareness among the poor (M. Masand)

32 of 44 - Wrong perspective presented by media, an example (M. Masand)

33 of 44 - How does the focused MRI work (Raveendran Gandhi)

34 of 44 - Difference from the conventional MRI device (Raveendran Gandhi)

35 of 44 - Why did it take so long for this technology to arrive in India (V. Raja)

36 of 44 - What is the lag in bringing new technology into India (V. Raja)

37 of 44 - Are we paying more for the same device in India (V. Raja)

38 of 44 - Maintenance cost (V. Raja)

39 of 44 - On further installations (V. Raja)

40 of 44 - Strategy on three broad parameters (V. Raja)

41 of 44 - Solutions on mobile platform (V. Raja)

42 of 44 - PPP in diagnostics space, such as outsourcing radiology departments (V. Raja)

43 of 44 - Fusion of two technologies (V. Raja)

44 of 44 - How insurance companies should factor in new technologies (V. Raja)

 

Dr Shrinivas B. Desai, Director-Dept of Imaging and Interventional Radiology, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai (www.jaslokhospital.net)

V. Raja, President and CEO, GE Healthcare, South Asia (www.gehealthcare.com), Bangalore (www.wiproge.com), http://bit.ly/F4TRajaGE

M. Masand, CEO, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai (www.jaslokhospital.net)

Kanta Masand, Trustee, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai (www.jaslokhospital.net)

Dr Rishma Dhillon Pai, Gynaecologist, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai (www.jaslokhospital.net)

Dr Mansukhani G.N., Department of Gynaecology & Obstretrics, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai (www.jaslokhospital.net)

Raveendran Gandhi, GM-MR, South Asia, Wipro GE Healthcare, Bangalore (www.wiproge.com)

 

GE Healthcare event, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai

Monday, July 05, 2010

Ramesh Loganathan - Topics of videos

Ramesh Loganathan

http://bit.ly/F4TProgress

 

1 of 11 - Top thoughts about work, industry and teaching

2 of 11 - About Progress

3 of 11 - RPM, the new initiative

4 of 11 - Looking back at the evolution of integration solutions

5 of 11 - Example of revenue assurance in telecom

6 of 11 - Visibility and control, the logistics example

7 of 11 - Apart from cloud cover, even the flight path is not clear

8 of 11 - Pattern recognition engine for algo traders

9 of 11 - Observations about MBO

10 of 11 - Teacher I remember

11 of 11 - Need for entrepreneurial development among students

 

Ramesh Loganathan, VP (Products) and Center Head, Progress Software Development P Ltd, Hyderabad (www.progress.com)

EDI-TAHDCO - Topics of videos

EDI-TAHDCO

http://bit.ly/F4TEDI

 

1 of 25 - Opening remarks (Sudeep Jain)

2 of 25 - Be an entrepreneur programme (Sudeep Jain)

3 of 25 - Economic and skill development programmes for the disadvantaged (C. B. Kamble)

4 of 25 - Any bankable plan will be financed by TAHDCO (C. B. Kamble)

5 of 25 - Role of entrepreneurship (K. S. Sripathi)

6 of 25 - Importance of basic education in work (K. S. Sripathi)

7 of 25 - Families generally do not encourage entrepreneurship (C. K. Ranganathan)

8 of 25 - Myths about entrepreneurship (C. K. Ranganathan)

9 of 25 - Emotional quotient determines your altitude (C. K. Ranganathan)

10 of 25 - We need many programmes to develop entrepreneurs (C. K. Ranganathan)

11 of 25 - Story of an unusual entrepreneurship about making people happier and healthier (P. K. Mohapatra)

12 of 25 - Per capita income has crossed the thousand-dollar mark (P. K. Mohapatra)

13 of 25 - Examples of entrepreneurship from Sivakasi (K. Pandia Rajan)

14 of 25 - New rules of entrepreneurship (K. Pandia Rajan)

15 of 25 - Five factors of entrepreneurship programme (K. Pandia Rajan)

16 of 25 - Elevate yourself using Government's initiatives (Vishwanath Shagaonkar)

17 of 25 - Set up your goals (Vishwanath Shagaonkar)

18 of 25 - Being an entrepreneur is not about going through a course (Ashok Jhunjhunwala)

19 of 25 - What it means to be an entrepreneur (Ashok Jhunjhunwala)

20 of 25 - Work of RTBI with a focus on rural India (Ashok Jhunjhunwala)

21 of 25 - Design of programme with the help of Ma Foi (Ashok Jhunjhunwala)

22 of 25 - Survey of rural Dalit women entrepreneurs and the findings (Fr P. Christie)

23 of 25 - Successful entrepreneur should have good knowledge of business (Fr P. Christie)

24 of 25 - To sustain entrepreneurship, one needs to learn continuously 9Fr P. Christie)

25 of 25 - Entrepreneurship as a career (Nikhil Indrasenan)

 

Sudeep Jain, IAS, Commissioner Rural Development (Training), and Special Officer, Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI), http://bit.ly/F4TSudeepJain

C. B. Kamble, IAS, MD, TAHDCO

K. S. Sripathi, IAS, Chief Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu

C. K. Ranganathan, Chairman, CII Tamil Nadu, and Chairman & MD, CavinKare P Ltd, Chennai (www.cavinkare.com), http://bit.ly/F4TCavin

P. K. Mohapatra, Chairman, CII Southern Region Sub-committee on Inclusiveness and Affirmative Action, http://bit.ly/F4TMohapatra

K. Pandia Rajan, Managing Director, Ma Foi Management Consultants Ltd, Chennai, http://bit.ly/F4TPandiaRajan

Vishwanath Shagaonkar, IAS, Principal Secretary, AD&TW Department, Government of Tamil Nadu

Ashok Jhunjhunwala, Professor, Telecom and Networks (TeNeT) Group, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras, Chennai (www.tenet.res.in)

Fr P. Christie, Director, Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), Loyola College, Chennai (www.liba.edu), http://bit.ly/F4TChristie

Nikhil Indrasenan, Business Head, Ma Foi Academy, Chennai (www.mafoiacademy.com), http://bit.ly/F4TNikhil

 

Entrepreneurship programme of Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) and Tamil Nadu Adi Dravidar Housing Development Corporation (TAHDCO)
June 1, 2010, 10.15 am (IIT, Madras)