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NOMINATIONS OF DR.VSRS's ECONOMETRIC CONCEPTS IN THE AREA OF
Research & Development
Socio-Economic Development Acceleration
"It is less important to have
unanimity than it is making the
right decision and doing the right thing,
even though at the outset it may seem lonesome"
By US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on 29th August 2002. From
the Middle East Economic Digest (MEED), 30th August 2002. Page 2
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/ PRODUCTIVITY / MANAGEMENT - DECISION
The unique & First of
its kind Econometric concepts of Dr.VSRS, are applied and
published in two Innovative application papers under the REDEFINED
PRODUCTIVITY & MANAGEMENT DECISION MODEL and SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ACCELERATION, in the years
2000 to 2002.
ASSOCIATIONS , COMMUNICATIONS , DISCUSSIONS , RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUES FOR MY CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT WITH
( Association Dates are in Bracket )
1. NOBEL LAUREATES IN
(1984 to 1991)
NOBEL MEDAL FOR ECONOMIC SCIENCE.
ARTHUR LEWIS [ SIR ] , New
Jersey , USA .
Laureate of 1979)
Former President of the Caribbean Development Bank,
Barbados, West Indies.
AWARDED FOR : Pioneering Research into
Economic Development with particular consideration of the problems
in Developing Countries.
JAMES E MEADE , Cambridge , UK
. Laureate of 1977
AWARDED FOR : Path breaking contribution to
the theory of Inter-national Trade and Inter-national Capital
JAN TINBERGEN, Haviklaan ,
Laureate of 1969
AWARDED FOR : Developed and
applied Economic Models for the Analysis of
JOHN R HICKS [
SIR ] , Oxford , UK and KENNETH J
ARROW , California, USA . Laureates of 1972
AWARDED FOR : Pioneering
contributions to General Economic Equilibrium Theory and Economic
2. COMMON WEALTH SECRETARIAT, LONDON,
: Dr.Sridath Ramphal.
COMMONWEALTH , Pall Mall , London , UK .
( 1982 to 1986 )
CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK,
BARBADOS, WEST INDIES.
UNDP Setup, Wildey , St . Michael, Barbados .
West Indies .
: Mr.William Demas.
( 1982 to 1986 ).
Mervyn . M . Dymally :
( 1984 to 1994 )
A Progressive Democratic
Congress Man from the 31st
District (California). From 97th (1981) to 101st (1993)
Congress of the United States of America. Lieutenant
Governor of California from 1975 to 1979.
: ( 1975 to 1983 ) Prime Minister of
India , New Delhi, India
: (1955 to 1966)
Community Economic Development Proletarian (Self-less
worker), Philanthropist, Rural Agriculturist, Social Development /
Unity Worker, and Village Educationist. From a village called
Kadayam in Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, India. Lived from late
1800's to late 1900's.
Research & Development
B) SOCIAL SCIENCE
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JAMNALAL BAJAJ INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY. INDIA.
The First Doctrate awarded in the area of Management, after the inception
Subject in the University.
THESIS : Productivity Implications of
Employee Performance Appraisal System
A Critical Survey.
The Productivity of any organisation is directly
correlated to the Effectiveness of the Employee Performance Appraisal
System, subject to the Effectiveness of the Support Systems
Commercial Information Systems
in - Business/Commerce oriented sectors.
Materials Information Systems
in - Material Intensive
Service Information Systems
- Service oriented Industries.
Information Systems in
- Technology Intensive Industries.
Employee Performance Appraisal System
and other Support
be updated periodically in synchronisation with the
in- house infrastructure and environmental changes.
Technology / Systems and Manpower are linked in an
inter-related circle focusing towards Productivity.
Infrastructure Systems, Productivity
J41, M12, M51, M53,
A Broad-based term
used to cover the Technical & Commercial Activities, Know-how,
Systems, Methods, Procedures, Processes, Services, the Accessories and
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"EIBMIS: Environmental Information Systems (Topic)".
Thesis supported ByThesis supported By
5 Seminar Presentations.
3 Open Discussion sessions, with Question/Answer & Review.
2 Faculty Colloquium.
Randomly sampled / Normally distributed sectarian survey to
provide a least- error probability.
Pre-test of the hypothesis in 3 representative sectors.
Evaluation by the University / Local Management Experts and
a Professor in Management from an accredited Foreign
University (Manchester Business School, UK)
Expert Group Viva Voce ( Examination and Review ).
FROM VIEWER'S VIEWS
- MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTIVITY
I am looking forward
to your earliest reply to the same email address, as a we are
working on a
research project on effective management tools for
government sectors in developing countries
Here I provide the
exhaustive details on how every aspect of Socio-Economic
Management Input / Output factors could be quantified, in
order to assist
your research project
of productivity by Socioeconomic goals. What it has
to do with me ?
Unless every industry think and do something about
this, the nation cannot survive, continue and
FROM VIEWER'S VIEWS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACCELERATION
this(Housing) loan scheme and found out that it is not actually
giving either the
uplifting or the comfortable living -
induced an indirect advantage of domestic saving
potential for the medium class person,
by drastically reducing the monthly deductions and
increasing the monthly disposable income -
How it will
help a person like me by your writing a
mathematical paper like this in the
is what I say in the Internet as local resources and
local man-power has to be used to
support the local social and economic development. Government alone
cannot do it -
After a careful
analysis of your research findings, I have come to a firm
conclusion that these
concepts are important for the progress of government sub
divisions like the States, Districts
I am happy
to find that an ingenious person like you in a responsible
could find an application of my concepts to the Micro State,
District and Village level. You
have really broadened
their scope and their utility -
THEME PICTURE &
QUOTATION - NOBEL
15. SECURED STRUCTURE
THEME JOKE -
CONCEPTS & AWARDS
DRESSING DERIVATIONS & AMBIVALENT AWARDS
UNIVERSAL CONCEPT DERIVATIONS
Concepts, Rules and Theories are always relative. What is
correct now may become wrong later and vice versa. The best example
is the early belief that the Sun revolving around the earth, as
evidently seen by everybody on every day. It became exactly the
reverse, till the Greek astronomer Aristarchus of Samos (310-230 BC)
proposed the Heliocentric Concept to put
forward the idea that the Sun was actually in the center of the
universe, which was considered far too radical. Unfortunately,
history tends to forget that he came to this conclusion about 1,750
years before the Polish astronomer Copernicus (1473-1543 AD), who
confirmed that Sun is in the centre of the Solar system and the
earth is going around it. This was an accepted and practical concept
for the later astronomers and space scientists to depend upon!!.
While the ancient belief that Moon is going around the Earth, still
remains as a Stagnant Concept for over many millennium, because it
is a Factual Concept. Hence, Concept derivations dress themselves
relative to time.
DERIVED CONCEPTS ARE RELATIVE
a small school, a teacher gave a home work in
for the children to draw the shortest distance line between
the two points A and B on the note book. The expected answer is a
straight line connecting A and B. But one student came out with a
zig-zag line. The teacher asked him, who helped him to do this. The
boy replied my father and he is a taxi driver !! The answer is also
relatively correct. In Manhattan borough at Newyork city, if you
have to go from
Edison hotel (Point A) in
West 47th Street
(between 8th Avenue and Broad way street) to Empire
State Building (Point B) in 5th Avenue (between West
33rd and 34th streets), the shortest connecting point may
look this. It is because of the street layouts, one way restrictions
and other on-the-road hurdles. The answer of the taxi driver
may be not only true but could be optimum also !! Linking A and B by
a straight line could be true only for "as a crow flies". Hence, the
correctness of Concepts dress relative to the application View
In a Management interview, a MBA candidate was asked to
show the organisational progress implications under the combination
of "Dumb" and "Smart"
abilities between a
"Boss" and "Employee". The candidate wrote :-
Smart Boss + Smart Employee = Profit
Smart Boss + Dumb Employee = Production
Dumb Boss + Smart Employee = Promotion
Dumb Boss + Dumb Employee = Loss
In similar lines, the Geometrical concepts
on Socio-Economic development of the Author are :-
Domestic Technology + Domestic Labour = Domestic
Foreign Technology + Domestic
Labour = Limited Progress
Domestic Technology + Foreign Labour =
Foreign Technology + Foreign
Labour = Exported Progress
Domestic Savings for
Domestic Investment = National Development
Domestic Investment = National Debt
Domestic Savings for
Foreign Investment = National stagnancy
Hence, the Concept themes could be simplified in a Mathematical
Demonstration of a concept could be
symbolic. There is an ancient tribe called "Kotas"
in the Western Nilgiri range of mountain forests in the Tamil Nadu
and Karnataka border (India). They were skilled potters, ironsmiths
and carpenters with artistic abilities. Even though the community
lacked formal education and work methodologies, they are very
smart and intelligent through symbolic expressions. In 1992,
Environmental Education Centre
below in Kota Tribal of Nilgiris) made efforts to upgrade and
rehabilitate them. Kota youths were called for an indoctrination
interview. They were asked certain questions in counting, and the
following happened :-
Q1. What is the
highest number in a single digit ?
The Kota man assembled the following pictures.
He said Tree, Tree, Tree
What is the highest
number in 2 digits ?
He assembled the
He said Dirty-Tree,
Q3. CAN YOU SHOW 100 ?
He modified the picture.
Tree Dirty Tree
Since the Concepts dressed in symbol opens the understanding
of many, the Algebraic
concepts on Productivity and Management Decisions of the
Author are :-
Then the Kota tribe man opened a Cloth parcel and pulled out
a bundle wrapped in green Banana leaf. He offered it to the
interviewer. The interviewer asked him " What is it ?", and he said
"Kondai Kose Ootta". Myself, my 128 years old father,
and my 108 years old mother eat it regularly !!! (See
- TRIBALS OF NILGIRIS, INDIA
John Sullivan, Collector of
Coimbatore, India, during the British rule is credited with the
discovery of the Nilgiris, specifically Ooty, in1819. But people
have lived here since aeons (immeasurably long time), and human
remains in the Nilgiris have been dated to 10,000 B.C. Neolithic
sarcophagi (stone age coffin), and the Eluthu Paarai rock
paintings were of 3000 B.C.
The mysterious Edakkal
Cave inscriptions are among
the earliest archeological remains found in South India. The
descendants of those people are the colourful Toda,
Kurumba, Irula and Paniya tribes and their subsidiaries, and the
more agricultural Badagas. The Nilgiris are an excellent study of
inter-tribal relationships. The Todas bred buffaloes that supplied
the milk, the
were potters, ironsmiths and carpenters, Kurumbas were the magico-religious
sorcerers, Irulas were herbal doctors and the Paniyas were slaves
and bonded labourers. The Badagas were related to the Lingayats of
Karnataka and brought the science of agriculture to the hills. Each
tribe performed its exclusive role in the barter economy, besides
eschewing inter-tribal marriages and even communal feasting. Many
scholars have speculated that this was how the Indian caste system
could have developed. They speak in Tamil and Kannada language
Source : http://nandithakrishna.cprfoundation.org/articles.htm
Dr. Sir. C.P. Ramaswami Aiyyar (CPR. 1879-1966) was a great
statesman of India.
He was a
descendant of the eminent Nilakanta Dikshadhar of
(on the banks of River Thamira Varni in
Tirunelveli District, Tamil nadu), who was the Minister to Madurai
King Thirumalai Nayakar (1623-1659).
CPR was the Dewan of the Princely state of Travancore (now
Kerala), from 1936 to 1947, when the
ruler was Chithira
Thirunal Balarama Varma (19311949).
CPR was responsible for industrial and agricultural growth in
Tamilnadu and Travancore, including the Mettur, Pykara, Lower
Bhavani, Periyar and Pallivasal hydroelectric projects. He was also
responsible for the Temple Entry Proclamation of Travancore, opening
temples to all Hindus, irrespective of caste, for the first time
in India. After
Independence, he was Chairman of several government commissions and
Vice Chancellor of Annamalai and Banaras Universities. He has left
behind a wealth of ideas, writings and speeches on philosophy and
education, which are the inspiration for the Foundation. CPR
Foundation introduced environmental education in 1981. This
blossomed into the CPR. Environmental Education Centre, established
in 1989 jointly by the C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation and the
Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, a Centre
of Excellence of the Ministry and the Regional Resource Centre and
Nodal Agency for the Ministry of Human Resource Developments scheme
of Environmental Orientation to School Education.
Tribal life in the Nilgiris
has been affected by external influences. Initially, it was
the colonial western culture. Later, in the post independent period,
Indias developmental programmes have excluded tribal arts and
crafts. In order to preserve the art forms of the tribals, the
Foundation felt that it is necessary to ensure the continuity of
their art. Hence the foundation has been training
and Kurumba, Paniya and Irula youth to revive their traditional arts
of pottery making, vegetable dye painting and bamboo craft. The
Foundation has trained several Kota women in pottery and Kurumba
youth in painting. Their creative endeavour has been channelised
during the training to bring out viable product, to fetch a
Source : http://cprfoundation.org/CPRAF/cpraf-proj.htm
FOR AMBIGUOUS CONCEPTS
could get even a handsome award. A Charlotte (North Carolina, USA),
a lawyer purchased a box of very rare and expensive cigars and
insured them against fire among other things. Within a month
having smoked his entire stockpile of these great cigars and without
yet having made even his first premium payment for the policy, the
lawyer filed claim against the insurance company. In his claim, the
lawyer stated the cigars were lost "in a series of small fires." The
insurance company refused to pay, citing the obvious reason, that
the man had consumed the cigars in the normal fashion. The lawyer
sued...and won! In delivering the ruling the judge agreed with the
insurance company that the claim was frivolous. The Judge stated
nevertheless, that the lawyer held a policy from the company in
which it had warranted that the cigars were insurable and also
guaranteed that it would insure them against fire, without
what is considered to be unacceptable fire, and was obligated
to pay the claim. Rather than endure lengthy and costly appeal
process, the insurance company accepted the ruling and paid $15,000
to the lawyer for his loss of the rare cigars lost in the "fires."
Awards are Ambivalent (Equivocal). Even Two or more contradictory
concepts can share a common award !!
Source : http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blcigar.htm
Science and Technology
enunciate the Universal Concepts. Even they are subject to change
depending on the facts finding, as time and knowledge progress. True
or False status of any Concept is relative to the application and
utility. Even simple mathematics can derive certain valuable and
practical concepts. Derivative ability of the Concepts of utility
for life is implanted inside all brains from stone age. It is
independent of education and formal training. More the knowledge,
en-cash and enjoy even using ambiguous Concepts.
THEME RECIPE - CONCEPTS &
KONDAI KOSE OOTTA
Health food for Intuitive Knowlede and Longevity
Some vegetable scholars recognise broccoli in the cookbook of .Apicius
[A name applied to three celebrated Roman Epicures (good food &
drinks), the first of whom lived during 512 to 4 BC the second
Marcus Gavius (or Gabius) Apiciusthe most
famous in his own time lived under the early Empire; the third
probably no relation (late 4th or early 5th century BC), author of
the one surviving Roman Cookbook.
The word "broccoli" means "little sprouts" in Italian and broccoli
is in the same family (Brassica) as Kale, Cauliflower, Brussel
Sprouts and others. Originally the Green Sprouting Calabrese
Broccoli is thought to have been introduced into Western vegetable
gardens by Italian immigrants in the 1880's. Green Sprouting
Calabrese Broccoli was later introduced to the seed trade between
1914-1918 and has remained very popular with gardeners ever since !
Broccoli was certainly an Italian
vegetable, as its name suggests, long before it was eaten elsewhere.
The first mention in France is in 1560. But in 1724 broccoli was
still so unfamiliar in England that the famous Botanist of Scottish
descent Philip Miller's (1691- 1771) in his
Gardener's Dictionary (1724 edition) referred
to it as a stranger in England and explained it as "sprout colli-flower"
or "Italian asparagus". In the American colonies, Thomas
Jefferson (1743 - 1826) was the third President of the United States (18011809), the
author of the United States Declaration of Independence (1776), and
one of the most influential Founders of the United States, was also
an experimenting gardener. From his wide circle of European
correspondents, he got packets of seeds for rare vegetables.
He planted broccoli at Monticello,
located near Charlottesville, Virginia,
along with radishes, lettuce, and cauliflower in 1767. However,
broccoli remained exotic (strange) in American gardens. In
1775, John Randolph (1773-1833. Senator from Virginia.
Elected to the Sixth and to the six succeeding Congresses of USA,
1799-1813), in A Treatise on Gardening by a
Citizen of Virginia, explained about broccoli: as "The stems are
like Asparagus (Asparagus officinales) and the heads like
Cauliflower". (Brassica oleracea botrytis)
(For 1 cup of cooked fresh broccoli)
Beta carotene - Traces,
Calcium 178 mg,
Carbohydrates 8.6 mg,
Dietary fiber 4.8 gms,
Folic Acid 106.6 Nano-grams,
Iron 1.8 mg,
Protein 4.6 gms, Vitamin-C 98 mg
SOURCE : http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/VEGGIES/broccoli1.html
John Sullivan, Collector of Coimbatore, India, during the British
rule is credited with the discovery of the Nilgiris, specifically
Ooty, in1819. Since most verities of broccoli need cool temperature
with moist air, he introduced Broccoli, along with other
European vegetables in the Botanical estates of Ooty and the forests
around during 1827. The hill tribes found it tasty as
well as it added physical energy to their day to day work-life in
the forests. Since it has a tuft on the head (Kondai in Tamil) and
soft stem (Kose in tribal language), they named it as "Kondai Kose".
They prepare a meal (Ootta in Kannada) with Rice and Broccoli,
and call it as "Kondai Kose Ootta".
: Stay visit, observations and notes of
with the Tribals in Love Dale, Nilgiris, India.
(For 5 Persons)
Broccoli (Fresh) - 2.5 Kgs (1
Lb) Kondai Kose.
clusters of light green flower buds on top.
( Fine cut pieces) - 1 No.
Dill Seeds (Fresh
- Minced) - 2 Table Spoons
having aromatic thread like foliage
and the seeds are used for seasoning
4 Table Spoons
(Fresh - Minced) - 1 Large Clove. Allium sativum,
(Fresh) - 2 Table Spoons
(Fresh-Chopped) - 1 Cup. Mentha
(Chopped) - 1 Tea Cup.
Allium cepa, Kandha, Pyaz,
(Fresh-Minced) - 1/4 Tea Cup.
(Looks like large
Coriander leaves. Kotha Malli Ilai ) Carum petroselinum,
- 1/4 Table Spoon.
(Boiled Brown or Whie) - 2 Tea Cups.
- 3/4 Table Spoon
Sun Flower Seeds
(Toasted) - 1/2 Tea Cup.
Hilanthus Annus seeds, Soorya Gandhi Vidhai
01. Cook the 2 cups of
rice with 3 cups of boiling water until tender, in
an Earthen pot (This will take 15-20
minutes for white rice, 35-45
minutes for brown rice ). Fluff
(Comb) the cooked rice with a
large fork and set aside.
Trim the tough bottoms from the broccoli stalks and cut the tops
03. Preheat the oven to 325° F. (Preferred - Country Earthen
into small spears.
oven heated with Charcoal.
04. Lightly grease a 9 x 13 baking pan with Fresh Flavour Ghee.
05. Melt 1 Tea spoon of
Fresh Flavour Ghee
in a large, deep skillet.
When the Ghee is melted and slightly fumes, add the
for about 5minutes or
until the Garlic begins to soften.
Add Capsicum, Mint Leaves and
Parsley and saute
for about another 5 minutes Add to the cooked
rice in 01.
06. Melt another 1 Tea spoon of
Fresh Flavour Ghee
in the same
skillet. When the Ghee is
melted and slightly fumes, add the Onion
and salt and saute for about 5
minutes or until the Onion begins to
soften. Add to the cooked rice in 01.
Tea spoon of
Fresh Flavour Ghee
in the same skillet.
When the Ghee is melted and
slightly fumes, add the Dill seeds,
Pepper and Sun Flower seeds and saute
for about 5 minutes soften.
Add to the cooked rice in 01.
08. Gently stir in the Rice in the Earthen pot with the added contents.
Taste to correct salt, and add more
Spread the Rice in 08 0n the greased pan
(04). Arrange the cut Broccoli (in
upright on the rice, and drizzle
with the balance
Fresh Flavour Ghee.
10. Cover loosely with Aluminium foil. Bake in
the oven pre heated in 03, for
11. Serve hot on a cut and cleaned fresh green
Banana leaf, as per the orientation
on the right.
MORAL : Whether a
Tribal or Cultured, human tastes are the same. Selected
ingredients in a tasty food inducts intuition, promotes health and
harmony. Body feeds the brain to survive and continue its
function, through the digestive system. Brain activates the Body
components to function Productively or Destructively. Thus the
Concept of Peace or Jeopardy in the world is directly linked to the
Thinking faculty of the Brain, and indirectly linked to the
Food, which chemically orients the Brain's directives for Body