Innovate or Evaporate

ISBN Number : 978-93-5051-582-2

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2011

No. Of Pages : 186

About The Book

The title of the seminar is very important in today`s world. Change is mandatory. Change is going to take place. Change is needed for survival. You must develop intelligence. You must have vision, not for getting a job only. The vision for getting a job will not help you in the long run. Ultimately, you are social animal. Unless and until you live for the society, see a vision for the society, you are not going to live happily. Therefore I advice you, living in isolation will not help. You have to live in the society, for which you have to rise above. For this it is not `innovate or evaporate`, but, I would like to say`innovate and evaporate`. Just try to understand the meaning of `evaporate`. Evaporate means transition from one state t another. At that stage you will be more pure. In order to live usefully to the society you have to innovate. When you heat water beyond 90oC it evaporates. Water is transformed into steam. If you convert the steam into water, you will get a more pure and better quality water. Thus when transitioned from one stage to another the quality improves. To improve the quality you have to evaporate.

Book Content of Innovate or Evaporate
  1. Innovate or Evaporate : Financial Innovations − Opportunities and Challenges − Inaugural Address
    Dr. Rajan Welukar

  2. Keynote Address
    Shri. K. Kanagasabapathy

  3. Innovation and Inclusive Growth − A Nexus
    Dr. V. B. Angadi

  4. Financial Innovation: Weapons of Destruction or Construction?
    Dr. Vaidehi Daptardar

  5. Dynamics of Innovation: Implications for Banks in India in the Post crisis World
    Dr. Manoranjan Sharma

  6. Impact of Financial Regulations on Financial Innovation (With Reference to Banking in India)
    Dr. B. Satyamurty

  7. Financial Innovations and Financial Crisis: A Linkage
    Dr. Ranjit Kumar Pattriaik & Miss. Swapna Mukherjee

  8. Financial Innovation: A good Servant but a Bad Master
    Dr. P. K. Nayak

  9. Reforming the Financial Architecture in aftermath of Global Financial Turmoil − Relevant Issues.
    Shri. K. Kanagasabapathy

About The Author

Prof. Kunal Gupta is the pioneer in introducing the culture of preparing for competitive exams in Central India. His 20 years teaching experience of the techniques & methods required to compete in competitive exams has made his name and the name of his Institute (Prof. Kunal’s Institute of Developmental Studies) KIDS a household name. An engineer and MBA by profession he took to teaching by choice and was HOD of the Department of Engineering College before taking up full-fledged teaching for competitive exams.His advise to the aspirants of any competitive exams “In order to be LUCKY understand the definition of LUCK i.e.Labour Under Correct Knowledge and this book is which provides an aspirant correct knowledge and methods essential for competitive exams.

Dr. V.B. Angadi is an embodiment of sound knowledge and rich experience in the field of teaching, research and administration of an educational institution. His service in the Reserve bank of India in different capacities for more than two and a half decades sharpened his research skills. There are more than 40 well researched articles to his credit published in leading financial journals in India.

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