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Aacharya Satyanarayana Aacharya Satyanarayana

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Aacharya Satyanarayana is the founder of Meera Charitable Trust based in Jaipur,India.He also established Meera Hospital in 1978.Aacharya Satyanarayana is spiritual and motivational speakers and helping the cancer patients to fight against the diseases.He is also helping cancer patients in various aspects like financing for the patients check up,early detection and for spreading cancer awareness across India.He has written book on Banking and has been awarded various award.

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Aacharya Satyanarayana Aacharya Satyanarayana

Major works and experiences

Through the medium of Meera Trust,Aacharya Satyanarayana has helped in healing of the cancer patients and spread awareness of cancer disease across the country.He has also worked in UCO bank Probationary Officer in 1971.He has worked in different capacities which are as follows:

  • Worked as Faculty Member, Staff Training Center, Jaipur for 4 years.
  • Worked as Principal, Central Staff College, Calcutta for 2 years.
  • Worked as Principal, Regional Training Center, Jaipur for 1 year.
  • Sr. Branch Manager, Vidya Vihar, Pilani Branch for 3 years.
  • Worked as Enquiry Officer, Presenting Officer & Investigating Officer for 6 years.
  • Worked as Divisional Office, Bhopal, Jaipur & Zonal Office, Jaipur for 11 years.
  • Teaching experiences

    Aacharya Satyanarayana has worked as Honorary Professor in Personnel Management, at Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani for 3 years.

    Educational and professional qualification

    Education and professional qualification are as follows.

  • M. Com.Silver Medalist – Vikram University, Ujjain.Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India was present in the Convocation held in Feb. 1970.
  • C.A.I.I.B.Part I in First attempt with Distinction in Accountancy and Part II – 27th Rank all over India.
  • A.I.B from Chartered Institute of Bankers, London and secured 1st position all over world & First Indian who won George Rae Prize for highest marks in Practice of Banking.
  • F.C.B.I. from Life Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, London.
  • F.C.I. from Fellow of the Institute of Commerce, London.
  • A.C.B.I.from Associate of the Institute of Book-keepers & Related Data Processing, England.
  • A.I.M.M from Associate of the Indian Institute of Marketing & Management.
  • A.M.I.M.A.from Associate of the All India Management Association and Life Member of the Indian Society for Training & Development.
  • He also holds certificate in Industrial Finance from Indian Institute of Bankers, Mumbai and Banking Oriented Hindi
  • from Indian Institute of Bankers, Mumbai.

    Written texts

    Aacharya Satyanarayana is the author and co-author of many books.He has written and co-written:

  • Book on MCI Regulations 2002 and P.C. & P.N.D.P. Act
  • Practical Problems on Banking
  • 701 Practical Letters for Bankers
  • Techniques of Credit Appraisal
  • 2000 Objective Type Questions-Answer on Banking & Lending
  • Text Book for Banking Oriented paper in Hindi
  • Rural Economics for CAIIB Part – I
  • 25 Years' Service Record Book
  • To prevent female foeticide know the M.T.P. Act, P.C.P.N.D.T. Act
  • Principles & Procedures of Claim Settlements in D.I.&C.G.C.I.(Co-written)
  • Elements of Economics & Structure of Indian Economy
  • Indian economics Problems (In Hindi)
  • Also worked

    Aacharya Satyanarayana has also worked as District & Sessions Judge Court, Ujjain (M.P.) from 1964-67. Called the 'Corporate Master' for his ability to apply spiritual truths to the management epitome, “Aacharya” is renowned for his motivational talks in the corporate world. He draws from world belief systems to address relevant questions of organizational challenges.

    References

    Aacharya Satyanarayana Wikipedia


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