The topic of the book is very special. This is about the managerial qualities of the UBER drivers of India. The author came in contact with thousands of UBER drivers in different cities of India viz: Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad and Nashik. The author deeply studied all the drivers who came in contact with him and selected one hundred and twenty two out of them. This book talks of the pleasure and pain, laughter and tears, struggle and pathos of the Indian UBER drivers. Most of the drivers are less qualified; still due to continuous and unceasing struggle all these drivers learnt with time how to manage a critical situation. Qualified man reads more books, but these poor drivers read so many human beings and out of that reading they have enriched their experience. It is the strong feeling of the author that the UBER drivers are the best managers of the world and for leaning the art of Management there is no need to visit a B- School.
Prof. Suvasish Mukhopadhyay is presently working as the HOD (Civil) in Govt. College of Engineering, Chandrapur of Maharashtra State of India. He is a veteran author and till date he authored twenty seven books on different genre right from Engineering to self -help. He has significant contribution in the field of Education and Management. He taught thousands of students, delivered talks in hundreds of institutions, Government organizations and private organizations. He had received many awards in his long teaching career. Writing and Students Counselling are his hobby and teaching is his profession cum passion. Professor Mukhopadhyay recommended innumerable students for their higher studies to several universities of USA, UK and Austraia. He is well connected with most of his students who are scattered across the globe.
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Item Code: NAT017 Author: Prof. Suvasish Mukhopadhyay Cover: PAPERBACK Edition: 2019 Publisher: BECOMESHAKESPEARE ISBN: 9789388930895 Language: ENGLISH Size: 9.00 X 6.00 inch Pages: 298 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 0.41 Kg