Tuesday 24 January 2017

Interview of Mrs. Aruna Oswal(Director & Chairperson of Oswal Greentech Ltd.)

Q.How was your experience in our college?
A.This institute is one of the prestigious national institute of India. I feel delighted that I am invited to such excellent H.R summit. Here I got the chance to meet great people. Last but not the least beauty of this college is mesmerizing. One can find peace in natural beauty and greenery of this college.

Q.Being a female leader, what difficulties you face in your life?
A.There are many challenges to women in Leadership. Many of the challenges come from other people. Yet some of them come from the women themselves. Women need to be confident in them and their ability to do anything anyone can do not just a man. Know who you are as a person and express that. Demand and expect the right to be treated fairly. Keep a positive attitude and explore all avenues out there. 

Q.Do you think, our education system is lagging behind of other countries?
A.I would say yes, in some aspects. Our education system must become more practical rather than theoretical. Students should be given right to choose their field of interest.

Q.We are from IT department, any particular suggestion would you like to give to us.
A.Information Technology is growing day-by-day. You people must be aware and well updated to the new technologies and news.

Q.Do you think any improvements are required for HR summit 2017?
A.Not any particular. But I am sure it will become more advanced and popular year-by-year.

Q.Lastly we would like you to throw some light on “Swacch Bharat Abhiyan”. As we are coming up with our exhibition fest MIND OVER MATTER based on this theme.
A.It is an excellent theme as cleanliness is next to godliness. As you are students of IT department , you can have an important contribution to this by making some models to help cleaning India. 

Reported by-Yatharth Saxena & Vishakha Gupta
Photographer-Mukul Sikka 

Interview of Prof.V.Siva Rama Krishnaiah(IIT Delhi)

Q.How was your experience in our college?
A.It was amazing. Your college has a refreshing environment. I am obliged to be here and it was wonderful meeting such people in HR summit. Management of the event was excellent.
Q.Sir did you find any lacking in HR summit or any improvement is required?
A.There were no lacking. Everything was well managed. But there is always a scope of improvement in every event. I think more people must attend it so as to pass the message/ ideas of successful people widely to the newer generations.

Q.Being a national college, how can we contribute more to technology?
A.It’s not about national college but every college must promote practical work. Engineering is all about performing tasks so students should be taught how to perform in real life.

Q.Is startup a better option or job?
A.This choice must be left to students. It depends on capability of a student. If someone thinks that the startup idea is excellent then he/she must go for it else one should take experiences first.

Q.Recently DIGITAL INDIA has become a rising scheme. Do you think it will be helpful when half of the population is indifferent with the word internet.
A.Yes is the answer to this question. Rome was not built in a day. Slowly solutions to this problem will also come and after years this scheme will produce unbelievable results for sure. Like government of india has already initaited CSC project to create internet centers in about one lakh village so that ignorant people can go and take help from these common service centers. 

Q.Would you like to give any tag line to our college?
A.I can’t think of any tagline right now but for sure it has left a positive impression on me.

Reported by-Yatharth Saxena & Ayushi Rastogi

Sunday 22 January 2017


   Q. How was your experience collaborating with ABV-IIITM, today we had a workshop, so how do you feel being a part of it?                                                                                      
   A. It is the second time I am coming to this campus and it is always great to be here. You have areallybeautiful green campus. Anurag Srivastava is a great host and we can’t deny if he requests. But being here is a great opportunity since it doesn’t happen everywhere that we have such long sessions extending till midnight and even further. The program gives a chance to interact and learn new things and its more about distributing knowledge. In research field,people tend to keep everything confidential, but here things are different and we always get to learn new things.

    Q.  Sir, science is a subject which requires practical knowledge, but in India, students are more focused on the theoretical side. Why do you think this happens and is this a possible weakness of our country? 
        A .Coming to the research field is a challenge because of less funds especially for labs. Today, students after their schooling prepare for competitive examinations, mostly they are not interesting in even seeing their school’s practical labs. Practical classes in schools become a formality. So we need to improve on the point.

    Q.   So do you think that science education in India is inadequate?
    A.   Competitive exams and theoretical studies are all important but basic training is also required. School should not be just for attending classes. You should have a bit of practical knowledge. Today’s students know what a screw gauge is, what a Vernier caliper is, they know its least count, but don’t know how to use it. Theory is very much important as we cannot try everything practically. So if we have a computational method, we can take the idea and use it to see the output, if it is acceptable, then we can go to the experimental side.

    Q.   What do you think is the importance of these kinds of conferences or workshops in promoting science education and research? 
         A.  This kind of workshops are great sources of knowledge. There are many costly software and programs unavailable to common research scholars.But here they get to learn to use it and get hands-on experience with otherwise unavailable resources.

    Q.  Sir, being in a good position now in this field, what was the inspiring factor which brought you here?
     A.  I did my PG from Banaras University, which is now IIT-BHU. So, there we could find faculty staying long after office time to work on their researches. This inspired us to work more and try to learn more so that we could also publish papers. It is really inspiring to find your research paper getting published and I think that is what motivated me to this path. 


Q. HR is a very important resource for a company. What are the essential requirements for being a HR?
A. HR is a very unique position in a company. It is totally different from other sectors in the company. HR is a multilevel sector which covers all because it deals with human as a resource. Gone are the days when being a conventional HR would be alright. Now you have to deal with different & diverse business outcomes. You have to fulfill the wishes of Manager or CEO. You should be innovative & must bring values.

Q. What are the role of HR summits for HRs & students?
A. HR summits play a crucial role for both of them. It is a interactive session in which both students & HRs learn from each other. HRs also learn from other HRs. We get a lot of innovations on using different themes for doing our work each year. In HR sector everything involves people. We have to employ the most valuable resource of the company.

Q. What are the various things you consider while recruiting?
A. Basically we have to recruit individuals which are suitable as per the company requirements which we consider using various data analytic methods. Both the competency & academic skills also matter for recruitment. We value individuals on the basis of attitude, communication skills & conceptual clarity. We also see the individual’s ability to work inside our organization. CGPAs matter but not so much.

Q.  Do college name really matters while conducting interviews in the on campus selection?
A. First of all before conducting on campus interview, we see whether we require  a fresher or an experienced person? We usually prefer Tier 2 colleges as the students there are both skilled & less expecting . Most of the Tier 1 college students are more expecting  & their dropout rate is also more. This we came to know through various techniques of data analytics.

Q. You have a lot of experience . What are the various places that you had worked in the past?
A. From the very beginning I had an inclined interest towards an unconventional sort of job. I had worked in factories, as a HR in banking industry and also in steel & software industry. I have worked in IBM where I managed thousands of employees. I also worked in design & development project at HCL though I didn’t have any prerequisite knowledge of that field. Stable & easy jobs were not for me. I had worked as head HR for many countries at a time & that too in multiple firms.

Q. What are the qualities that young HRs should have for a good career in HR field?

A. They should be humble & must have a learning orientation. HR job should be their passion. They should have good leadership qualities & ability to work with people. They should not do favor for a particular person due to their personal interests. You should treat everybody equally & act as mirror to them.


Q. What does quality mean to you?
A. I am giving you an example. We all know about Mercedes cars and tractors. But can we run a Mercedes on a field or a tractor on the road efficiently? The answer is ‘no’. Tractors are meant to travel on coarse roads and Mercedes on plain flat roads. Hence quality is very subjective. It is just about perception. People have to be satisfied with the product that they have got. This is my perspective of quality.

Q. What do you have to say about the arrival of foreign companies to India? They have got technologies that we don’t have.
A.  There are many things that we have but they don’t . It is not good to compare. We have to ourselves fill the gap that is left between us. One thing that we can do is to learn from them and bring reforms in ourselves.

Q. How far do you think new projects like Make in India can go?
A. This thing depends on us. How passionate we are towards it. In the past we had started borrowing things from China. Our demands increased and and so did our dependence on them . It is due to this that we had to launch a project like this to increase the production in India. If we stop that past trends of borrowing things from other countries then we can surely see these projects being successful.

Q. How can we increase the quality in projects like Make in India?
A. This can be done through honesty and integrity. We have to follow every specification that we are instructed to. We don’t have to corrupt it. We have to be self-disciplined.

Q) In what ways does India need to work to catch up with the foreign companies? 
A.  We have to get into a structured value system. Every good company has got a value system associated with it. We have to create our own principles and stick on it to catch up with them.

Q. What is your value system ?
A. I have a value system. I call it RINEW. R which stands for ‘respect for self and others’ , I for ‘integrity’ , N stands for ‘non discrimination’ , E for ‘excellence’ and W for ‘well being for everyone’.


Prof. Rishikesh T. Krishnan is the Director and Professor of Strategy at Indian Institute of Management Indore. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania and at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad. He was listed among the Thinkers50 of India, the most influential thinkers in management from India (2013) and he jointly received the special Thinkers50 India Innovation award (2013). He has more than 140 publications including two books on innovation: From Jugaad to Systematic Innovation: The Challenge for India (2010) and 8 Steps to Innnovation: Going from Jugaad to Excellence (co-authored with Vinay Dabholkar,2013). The latter won the Best Book Award 2013-14 from the Indian Society for Training and Development.  

Q. How has this first day of the HR Summit been for you?
A.It has been very good so far. Thank you.

Q.You were here earlier in January. How different is it now from then?
A. In January, my visit was really short. I had just come here for a couple of hours. I could not meet much people. But this time, I have been able to do something in the campus and interact with more people. In that way this might be a more fruitful visit.

Q. Tell us about your involvement in social works?
A.Overtime, I have been associated with many social organisations.But right now in my current job as director, I don't have so much time. So, I have reduced my involvement in other activities. But  I continue to be involved with one organisation called Foundation for Excellence. It basically is an organisation to provide scholarships for engineering and medical undergraduates. Those students who do well in their 12th boards but whose families don't have enough resources to provide them higher education are given scholarships. Currently the organisation gives around 10 crore worth of scholarships. We have a proper selection process and also provide them mentoring support and support to develop their communication skills. This is a nationwise program and I am one of the trustees of that trust.

Q. You have gone so far in the management and technology sector. With so much experience, suggest us some important things in order to achieve success.
A. To achieve success, one thing that we should do is that we should build our own strengths. We should have a subject in which we have interest and further go deeper into it. We should build our own own expertise so that people look to us as an expert in that area. What is important is to focus and to be distictive in our field.
Second thing is that you should be aware of what is going on. One thing that I find in managerial students is that they don't keep track.They dont visit those various business related websites. But when it comes to placements, companies particularly don't want to see a guy who has been immersed in textbook in all these years. Thay want to see a person who knows the current challenges and trends. They want to see the interest in you. If you have gone to the interview without any special interest, then it is very difficult to fake with them around.

Q. You have talked about urban upgradation and logistics. Could you please provide us more details?
A. If we look anywhere in the world, urban centres are often the most important part of economies. In India, most of the economic activities take place around big cities like Bengaluru, Mumbai,Pune etc. So urban areas are generally the core areas for industrial development. So economic  activities in the urban areas should be supported. In India, historically, most of the politics has been supportive of the rural areas. The logic was that most of the poor people are from the rural areas and therefore, we should invest there more. This thing neglected the needs of the cities. In about 6-8 years back, the government of India started the Jawahar Lal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission. I read from somewhere that it was the first nationwise program for urban development initiation. So, after more than 60 years of independence, reforms were being tried to be made in the cities. If we look at the city management system in most of the cities, it is very poor. Municipal Corporations are not run well. These things reduce the ability of businesses to run. No country in this world has developed without urban development. Hence we should look after this as a challenge and do something towards it.

Q. With this topic of urbanisation in mind, what needs to be done?
A.  The problem is our entire planning cycle and execution needs to be faster. For exmaple, in Bengaluru, they are building metros. This metro was planned 15-20 years back. During the last 20 years, Bengaluru has completely changed. Today all the major economic hubs of the city are in the surrounding areas and in one paricular part of the city. When the metro was planned, all those areas were almost non existent. So the metro does not run in any of these places. Hence, here we see the effect that a delay has had on the effectiveness of the programme.

Q. You have concerns on technology getting more and more involved in our day to day lives. Robots becoming affordable and threatening at the same time.
A. (Chuckles) The problem comes when something that is exceptional starts to become general practice for us. The problem becomes more severe when it becomes economically viable and acceptable. For example, robots are getting affordable. They are also becoming easily programmable. This is a dangerous thing. This might create job insecurities in the future. The things that human beings are doing now, if they get started to be done by robots, this would create a scarcity of job opportunities.

Q. Regarding technology, do you have something in mind that you think should be present but is hampered by today's technology?
A. Technology is greatly required in the election process. Today, it is very costly. In democracy, we need to get people involved in order to get new ideas. Technology helps us to get people participate who otherwise would not have been able to participate. Therefore, to make the democratic processes more efficient, we need a more advanced version of the technologies that we have.

Q. One of the big problems of today's world is that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. How can we overcome this problem?
A. A lot of it has to do with the modelling. It also has to do with taxation. The best way to understand this problem is  to follow the US presidential elections debate. The Republican Party does not believe in the concept of redistribution. The same is different in the Democratic Party. They believe that there sould be an equal division of resources among the people. So, everybody has a different view on that. People who do not believe in the concept of wealth creation, they more or less depend on the trickle down effect. This means that as people get richer, some part of them will go down to everybody. For people who don't believe in it, they purposefully make sure that the wealth gets more evenly distributed through taxation.

Q. Any words for us that would motivate us to have a future in management?
A. I think that today in India, there are a lot of challenges but at the same time, there are a lot of opportunities. And I hope that you would contribute us towards those challenges. You should pick a career where you not only can do good for yourself but also do good for the country. Sometimes it will happen that people are so much towards doing good for themselves that they only chase money. Now, here I am not saying that money is not important. What I am saying is that there are enough jobs available where you can do something good for the country,society, etc. and take care of yourself  too. We hope that this institute will produce a lot of people who choose that right combination.

Interview of Mrinalini Deshpande

Q. What message do you want to convey by IWCCMP?
A.The message that we want to convey is the need to bring together the scientific and technical community in order to share their knowledge in the recent trends on the advanced materials.

Q. What is the significance of this conference at global level and how is it beneficial for people?

A. This conference is one of the means to develop scientific temperament and develop economies of countries worldwide. People get aware of the developing technologies and happenings in the field of science. I feel that this somehow increases their inquisitiveness and interest and even if they are not able to contribute in a direct way, there support do help us in some roundabout way.

Q. Why are students doing Ph.D. are not much involved in research work? Where are we lacking and what advances should be made in this field?
A.  Well, it is not completely true. Students do get involved in research work but the output is definitely less. The main reason behind this is the lack of understanding of basic concepts. For example if I ask you the definition of ionic bond you will not be able to answer it at this very instant in technical terms. You will have to think and frame the answer in your mind which again is the result of messy basics. Students mug up the answers a night before their examination and get their degrees with a shiny CGPA of 9. This has become the trend of this era.

Q. Referring to your previous answer, in India, there is not much providence for recruitments of students involved in research field. What are your views regarding this?
A.  Yes, there is surely a need to reform our education system. To have a secure future in research field you need to give your cent percent into it. Hard work and patience are the keys to success. If you are dedicated enough you automatically will have good opportunities knocking at your door. You will have ample of funds to lead a well settled life.

Q. What according to you should be done to solve this problem on the basic level?
A. I will answer this question with an example. Suppose you perform badly in one of your tests. So in order to cover up the lost marks in next test, you start mugging up more rigorously without even clearing the last concepts. This is where efforts should be made.

Q. To end this interview on a light note, which part of the research work do you like the most?

A.  Well.. I actually like the aftermath most when our research works get published and we receive views, both critical and non-critical, from our readers and fellow researchers.  

Thursday 19 January 2017

Interview in IWCCMP conference

Q. How did you feel being in our campus?
A. Obviously it is an excellent campus, its greenery makes it worth praising. It gave me opportunity to have words with great researchers.

Q. Our College is specialized in Information technology branch. What are positive points of a IT student?
A. IT branch is one of the most required branch in the coming future. IT engineers have a knowledge of every field and can also compete students of CS branch. Talking broadly, whichever the branch may be, if you study it deeply with proper logics and concepts, you can succeed in the field.

Q. Do you think our education system is lagging in some aspects?
A. Yes, system of our education is not going good. A student excellent at math but poor at chemistry may not be studying in great college like IIT can explain education situation.

Q. Our College is organizing a fest MOM, based on theme of Modi’s Swacch Bharat Abhyan. Being an IT students what contribution can we give to promote this?

A. Nature always takes its revenge and the best solution to this problem is caring nature like planting trees and reducing population. But you being in IT department can think of model which can be used in situation of emergencies. Like few days’ back Delhi suffered from smog badly so if you can think of any device to reduces this, it will be a memorable contribution from IT.

Reported By-Yatharth saxena & Vishakha Gupta
Photographer-Nikita Sharma

Tuesday 10 January 2017

Interview of Mr Sandesh Kumar (HR Wipro)

Q. How was your experiencing working with wipro till now?
A. I have been working with wipro since the past two years. We have been growing both in terms of    business and technology. We have been trying to inculcate policies to work for the betterment of both our employees and consumers which has made wipro a major player in indian ITC.

Q. Sir, Wipro has been a mass recruiter, Is this because you prefer freshers more over experienced employees?
A. Yes exactly, we prefer freshers more over experienced people  and believe in training them for our company and use their fresh minds and ideas for our better development. Moreover, 60% of our seats are reserved for such fresh souls.

Q. How do you rate your competetors?
A.  Our aim is never to reach the top , we just want to serve better and improve day by day, use the new technologies and improve in our way. Wipro features in the top three Indian IT firms and is widely recognized across the globe but we still hope to improve in the near future.

Q. Where do you see your company in the coming years?
A. ‘Digital India’ is our major plan of the era as clients are increasingly looking to spend more time in that area.We have set a target and we are working together to achieve this soon. Wipro focus on localization and dreams to bring that out.
Q.What are the qualities you look for in a person during employment?
A. Every company surely demands something from the person getting employed. Adability is the major thing we want in the candidate as the ability to adjust is very useful for our company’s growth.
Secondly, he should be ready to learn the new technologies for the betterment of the firm. Knowledge is the fundamental thing we want to see in a candidate.

Q. Can you give any tagline for our institute?
A. A very beautiful green campus with intelligent young brains. Hope to visit the campus soon for placements.

Reported By-Anjali Jain & Daksh Berry
Photographer-Yash Choudhary

Saturday 7 January 2017

Interview of Dr. G D Verma (Prof IIT Roorke) in IWCCMP conference

Q. Sir according to you, should we students have command on one particular field   or should we  have  a wide range of knowledge about different fields ?

A. No, according to me in this fast moving   era, we cannot have command on only  one particular field, and  say that we are done with it. We need to have wide knowledge of different other   fields  as well. Like you all are students of information technology. Knowing only coding will not help. As today everyone has to face a tough competition with each other. So we should try to expand our knowledge in other fields too.

Q.In what direction should we work to groom our managerial skills?

A. Yes, everyone   need   to have managerial skills. It plays very important role to run a company or any firm. Being in a college you would be   getting   various opportunities   to organize any fest or other meetings   and activities. These events also need to be properly managed and executed. So this is how we learn to groom our managerial skills. See child, we get various opportunities in life, we just need to learn how to grab them. And one who does can easily succeed   in life.

Q. Sir, today start-ups are facing problem of competition, rapid growth, fast paced market. How will it come to same levels as multinational companies?

A. It is completely   wrong to compare your own company with some other multinational company. Rather one should concentrate on their own and finds ways to communicate with the audience. It doesn’t matter if you produce one relevant piece of content or ten. It doesn’t matter if you actively engage on one network or on five. What really matters is

Q. Sir, what is success mantra of your life?

A. Success   mantra,   see just remember never lose hope, and always have courage to  build your  life even from scattered fragments. This is very important.

Q. Sir, who is your inspiration?

A. There was no one particular who inspired me. When I was a child my parents were my only inspiration. But as I grew up and came to higher classes I got inspired by seniors who were multi-talented. See  we being humans no of one is perfect, so we should just try to adopt good things from everyone. So that we may turn into  good mannered and civilized  humans.

Q.Sir how do you push through your worst times?

A. See child the one thing that you should remember that there is no such worst times. We consider them worst because things happened which we did not expected or   even imagined. Everything cannot happen according to our will and choice. Just keep in mind time is never static , it  is moving , so just keep calm and try to find solution and move forward in your life.  Soon   worst time will come to an end. You would also get stamina to face   them.

Q.Sir according to you was the step of   demonetization was correct and was it the right time to do so?

A. See we being citizens of  India, should cooperate with our leaders and I think whatever step they take, they take for our betterment. Yes I can say that that this step taken by him was very courageous and bold one. So we should also respect his decision. We should also cooperate so that his decision does not fail and other country get chance to look down upon our managements.

Q.Sir, if you had to describe out institute in a single line, what would it be?

A. Tag   line, this is a bit tough question to answer I suppose. I would just like to say yes it is a very beautiful,   green, big campus, which is very rich in biodiversity. As your institute represents diversity and cleanliness, similarly you all should   try to have diversities in our knowledge and ideas.

Reporters: Vishakha Gupta  & Yatharth   Saxena
Photographer: Nikita Sharma                          

Thursday 5 January 2017

श्री लटूरी लट्ठ जी के साथ साक्षात्कार

हमारा  सौभाग्य है कि हमें अपने संस्थान अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी-भारतीय सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी एवं प्रबंधन संस्थान,ग्वालियर में आयोजित कवि सम्मेलन में कविता पाठ करने वाले सुप्रसिद्ध हास्य कवि लटूरी लट्ठ जी का साक्षात्कार करने का अवसर मिला। आपके समक्ष प्रस्तुत है साक्षात्कार के संक्षिप्त अंश-

प्रश्न- आपके जीवन में कोई ऐसी घटना जिससे आप कविता पाठ अथवा कविता लेखन कि तरफ आकर्षित हो गए?

लठ्ठ जी- हमारे जीवन में ऐसी कोई विशेष घटना तो नई हुई लेकिन मेरी दादी मेरे जीवन की प्रेरणा थी। मैंने उनसे जीवन में सदा प्रसन्न रहना सीखा, पर समय हमेशा एक सा नई रहता। जीवन की अंतिम अवस्था में दादी का स्वास्थ्य अचानक बहुत गिर गया। उनका इलाज कराने मैं उन्हें एक अस्पताल ले गया जहाँ मैंने देखा की दुनिया में हर तरफ दुःख ही दुःख है, तब मैंने सोच लिया कि अब मैं लोगों को हँसाने का ही काम करूँगा।

प्रश्न-  महोदय आपके विचार से कविता क्या है? ऐसी क्या खासियत होती है कवियों में जो हर एक परिस्थिति या घटना को अलग नजरिये से देखता है?

लठ्ठ जी कविता तो प्रत्येक व्यक्ति के अंदर होती है। एक बड़े कवि ने कहा है कि कविता में का अर्थ है कल्पना, वि का अर्थ है विचार तथा ता का अर्थ है तालमेल। इसका तात्पर्य यह है कि विचार और कल्पना के तालमेल से ही कविता की उत्पत्ति होती है। कवियों के पास विचार और कल्पना का अद्भुत तालमेल होता जबकि किसी अन्य व्यक्ति के विचार अलग होते है और कल्पना अलग।मेरे अनुसार कवि हर एक चीज़ को अलग तरह से देख पता है क्योंकि उनके पास ईश्वरीय वरदान होता है। या इसे अलग तरह से भी कह सकते है कि साहित्य ईश्वर की देन है।

प्रश्नआपके कविता पाठ अथवा लेखन की शैली क्या है?

लठ्ठ जीमैं तो हास्य रस का कवि हूँ और लोगों को हँसाना जानता हूँ। आजकल की भागदौड़ भरी जिंदगी में लोग हताश और निराश है, अगर वे मेरे प्रयास से थोड़ी देर भी अपना दुःख भूल जाते है तो मैं अपने आप को धन्य समझूंगा।

प्रश्न- अब तक का  आपका सफ़र कैसा रहा?

लठ्ठ जीजब मैंने कविता लेखन/पाठन का कार्य शुरू किया तब सब कुछ बहुत विस्मयकारी लगता था। पता ही नहीं था की जीवन किस दिशा में आगे बढ़ रहा , पर अब तो सारा जगत एक परिवार जैसा लगता है।
अब सब कुछ सहज प्रतीत होता है।  हम अपने कार्य से प्रसन्न और संतुष्ट भी है।

प्रश्न- वर्तमान समय की युवा पीढ़ी को आपका क्या सन्देश है?

लठ्ठ जी-   “सफलता उनको मिलती है जो मन में ठान लेते है
               बड़ों की बात सुनते है उन्हें फिर मान लेते है,
               बुलंदियां उन्हीं के कदम चूमती है,जो वक्त पहचान लेते है।
मैं तो इन्हीं पंक्तियों से आजकल की युवा पीढ़ी को शिक्षा देना चाहूँगा पर युवा पीढ़ी एक बात समझ ले कि साहित्य, समाज का दर्पण होता है और साहित्य समाज की जरूरत भी है, इसलिए हर समाज साहित्य के बिना अधूरा होता है। इसलिए प्रत्येक युवा को साहित्य के विकास लिए प्रयास अवश्य करना चाहिए।

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