Principal Secretary Of Higher Education Anju Sharma Bags An Award

Principal Secretary Anju Sharma

Principal Secretary of Higher Education Anju Sharma packed away the seventeenth Crossword Book Award for the ‘Best Book in Business and Management (Popular Choice)’ class at an occasion held in Mumbai on Tuesday.

Nominated along with any semblance of previous Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram G Rajan, budgetary master Anil Lamba, and CEO of Pidilite Chandramouli Venkatesan, Principal Secretary of Higher Education Anju Sharma has carried a scholarly accomplishment to the Gujarat organization.

Anju Sharma packed away the 17th Crossword Book Award for the ‘Best Book in Business and Management (Popular Choice)‘ class at an occasion held in Mumbai on Tuesday. Different books designated in the classification were ‘The Third Pillar’ by Raghuram G Rajan, ‘Playing with Stocks’ by Anil Lamba, ‘Show signs of improvement at Getting Better’ by Chandramouli Venkatesan and ‘Stories at Work’ by Indranil Chakraborty.

Granted for her subsequent book, ‘Corporate Monk’, Sharma got the honor alongside authors Sudha Murty and Twinkle Khanna. With a profound tendency, her book centers around the burnout that most directors and executives in the corporate world face today, giving an answer through ‘Otherworldly Intelligence’.

She introduces the adventure of her hero from riches creation to achieving intelligence, interlaced with the striking depiction of three in number female characters that speak to the issues that cutting edge ladies face at work and in their own lives. Her first book was ‘I of the Storm – Discover Your True Self’.

Calls For Support

Previous Gujarat bureau pastor and BJP veteran Bhupendra Lakhawala has, in a video message, asked individuals to help the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). He called for help particularly from West Bengal and Delhi since “races are coming up” in these states.

A portion of the significant fights against the Act, the National Register for Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) was found in the two spots. Lakhawala exhorted his “devotees” to enlist on the web stage supporting CAA — which was propelled by the gathering to assemble virtual votes for the Act — and afterward shared a screen capture of the “endorsement” produced via web-based networking media accounts. In his message, Lakhawala stated,

“We are 1.3 billion residents and it’s an ideal opportunity to demonstrate backing to this Act to respect our Hindu, Sikh, Parsi, Christian, Jain siblings from over the fringes with welcome arms… This is an Act under the direction of Modiji and has been presented by Amit Shahji. It ought to get however much help in the coming days as could reasonably be expected, particularly in West Bengal and Delhi where the races are coming up.”

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