Proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu – Intangible Measuring Governance & deriving Governance-deficit

I give below the executive summary and Table of Contents of my proposal to the State Government of Tamil Nadu for measuring Governance and Governance-deficit of the State. Governments are dependent on Corporate on Revenue generation and Corporate is least interested in Government’s Social Responsibility initiatives. Governments have to know what Corporate is doing. My proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu is how to become efficient by themselves and initiate bringing Corporate into Social Responsibility. Main say will be the people. The people of Tamil Nadu are indeed rich with great abilities that I have suggested how to introduce the concept of Governance right from the school level.

Please do have an opinion and you are welcome. Those NGOs who are in education please feel free to be in touch with me.

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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Can you spot any loophole in the #Lokpal draft? – Rediif

I give below what I have submitted to Rediff on their initiative on – Can you spot any loophole in the Lokpal draft? http://bit.ly/mSowee Herein I have given the full text of their version, after my submission below, that you are requested to go to their site and fill in the form to submit your views that you may notice of any loophole in the Lokpal Draft. You may also pass on this information to Lokpal Bill Committee and the members of the Civil Society who have taken the initiative to introduce this  Bill in the Parliament that I consider a step in the right direction for the welfare of the People of India. Thanks:

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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Corporate World, listen to Anna Hazare, but don’t forget Liu Xiaobo for #Sustainability Leadership

Corporate World, listen to Anna Hazare, but don’t forget Liu Xiaobo for #Sustainability Leadership

 

Bajaj Industries – Corporate Sustainability Leadership

Jamnalal Bajaj (4 November 1884 – 11 February 1942) was a Rajasthani industrialist, a philanthropist, and Indian independence fighter. He was also a close associate and follower of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi is known to have adopted him as his son. Several institutions in India bears his name, including the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. Continue reading

Angel’s Advocate Recommends on Ethical Responsibility

This page will have regular posting of various topics that:

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Resources of an entire nation is handed over to the management of Corporate or duly elected representatives of the Government who collectively have the Fiscal Responsibility to report back to the owners. It is the Ethical Responsibility of the people therefore to ask for and get the Public Reporting on the management of the resources from the Fiscal Responsibility group, be it Corporate or Government in every field of activity be it Agriculture or Space exploration.

Free enterprise is an expression of freedom, whereas Ethical Responsibility is an expression of liberty, that threshold values emanate to bridge Ethical and Fiscal Responsibility.’ This blog recommends in areas of Ethical Responsibility, from the viewpoint of expression stated herein. `Ask for & get it.’ is not an easy. People have to take the journey  a long and hazardous one. Continue reading

ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest

ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest

Autocoder to ERP

1967 the year of 1401 with about three machines one at ESSO, one at BSES Santacruz, and a showcase IBM office at Ballard Estate in Mumbai, was a far cry from the statement in 1943 of Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” . BSES had a 4k machine supported by punch/reader and printer. There were two guys – a system engineer with an IBM Template and a software engineer trying to squeeze in the characters limited to 4k to make the output – payroll and inventory a workable monolith. Both belonged to the company and the machine was an outsider. Continue reading

IESB

International Ethical Standards Board

I give below mails I have sent to several supporters of UNCAC coalition initiatives, UNDP, Vigilance Commission and Special Prosecutors [known as Lokayukta in India], with a purpose to establish International Ethical Standards Board [IESB] in the same line as IASB. Your contribution towards this objective is welcome. Continue reading

IPO Mandatory Grading SEBI

Please see below my letters to the Chairman of  Sebi – Securities and Exchange Board of India during Oct. 2010 as well the one in 2007 to the then Chairman of Sebi and the then Managing Director of CRISIL. Sebi had introduced a wonderful ‘mandatory grading’ for companies that go in for IPO. Please have a look at it.

Dated: 30-09-2010

Shri C B BHAVE, Chairman
Securities and Exchange Board of India, Bandra(East), Mumbai 400051 Continue reading