After taking voluntary retirement in July 2002 from the State Bank of India, where I had been an executive for 30 years, the last eight as Assistant General Manager, I have devoted myself to studying the finer aspects of personal and leadership development.
Recently, I have given lectures on communication and leadership development to middle level executives of a large organisation - not State Bank of India.
For over two years, at a non-government organisation, I gave personality development lessons to young people, who did not have a privileged background. Over the last 5-6 years, I have also been active in my one-person movement against the use of tobacco in any form. In all about 400 tobacco users have promised to me not to touch tobacco again. And a few of them, I am in contact with, are actually keeping their promise.
Basically, I am a communicator who am fascinated with the idea of using the gift of time to improve myself and others with whom I am sharing this planet.