OJT

This story happens during management days. It was during this time, of the year where summer is at its peak. During the on-the-job training  (OJT) time where first and foremost time is that management college which arrange the place for training is not as good as it seems so.

Me and my sister are doing management degree and we did OJT at Bhilai Steel Plant and for this ours Research Professor helps us a plenty. His office is at some distance from the place where ours management college is there. The research professor advised us he would help us in arranging and he did exactly in according to it.

We reached at his office during post lunch time. When we enter the office we saw most of employees there were drinking during office hours. Thankfully, I was there alone and then some one ask who to meet and I said to his I want to meet research professor. One executive oout there recognise me and said Sire said that he is at the management office and he will meet us.

My sister is at management college and I telephoned to meet sir is at the management school and within some time I also reach there and we both meet sir there. He said he arranged the OJT and Bhilai Steel Plant Human Resource department. We thanked sir, and he said to meet the DGM of Human Resource department. He gave us the letter of recognition so he would help us immensely.

We reached Bhilai through direct bus from Bhubaneswar to Bhilai. First, we thought to reach there through rail service through Durg but the train reached midnight. Durg is not a big city.and while moving at night from Durg to Bhilai was riskier and for this, we moved with bus service. It was interstate bus service and we reached on time.

When we saw the hostel facility at Bhilai Technical institute, we found that it is not a place to live securely. Then, daddy phones us that his friend has his bungalow is empty because of his transfer to Durg and we can stay there for one month fully. We reach there. There were two assistant, one is Ashok who would accompany us to Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP), and that was very helpful.

Another Nepalese origin person was the cook there. he would cook breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the difficult time in a search for food is not there. During, summer and because of the Bhilai Steel Plant the intensity of summer is heat threatening. For this people, they’re used to travel across with head and face covered due to Lu wind. I saw summer at Puri and Bhubaneswar and all across Odisha but never seen such intense heat of summer.

In this way, for the entire month, we felt none difficulties and continue without the project to find real enjoyment when we take various questionnaires from various executives, and their responses to ours questionnaires is very interesting. Ours research Professor at Bhilai Steel Plant, Mr. Joseph who was about to retire from service and very much attached to ours research work.

He taught us everything from the process of the writing project and he attached to us and helped us immensely. I hope that after reading this article, Mr. Joseph would feel proud that the way he helped us immensely. This implies that I write this article.

Article Updated April 04 2019
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Sai Jata the greatest folk festival of puri

The city of Puri is the cultural heart-throb of India. That it is the religious hub of the country is an undeniable fact from the days of yore when religious sentiments of the people of the Hindu community were at large.

That the mythological interpretation finds its manifestation in Puri reflects its deep and intense cultural root strongly implanted from time immemorial. All erstwhile kings of Puri known as Gajapati Maharajas had their active patronage in the embellished work of art, the people of Puri are adept in. They are as much religious as they are sentimental; but they are heroic in their actions and functions and, needless to add, folk festivals like Sai Jata is its translucent testimony.

Sai Jata or Sai Jatra dates back to a few hundred years of putting mythological overtones of the holy Ramayana in practice in its most sensible, dilatory and tangible form, ever imagined and performed perforce by any religious and cultural organization anywhere in India with so much aplomb, fanfare and festivity.

Going by the literal denotation of the term, Sai Jata may mean area festival performed by a few very important jagas and akhadas of the city of Puri in the encircling’s vicinity holy temple of Lord Jagannath. Lord Jagannath is the nucleus where around all the religious and cultural activities of the city move with mythological insight, reminding the modern men and women of the events leading to the growth and evolution of human civilization by getting better of the evil represented by Ravana and co. of Lanka and establishing Rama Raja with Lord Rama as its axis. And Lord Jagannath is no other than the incarnation of Lord Rama, the Creator and the Saviour of mankind from the shackles of the deadly demons and ghastly nature.

Of all the groups of Sahi Jatas, those of the Haracandi Sahi and Bali Sahi, with all their traditional rivalry, stand out. The delirious extravaganza and chivalrous martial arts performed during the Jatas are better to described as the concert overtones the ancient techniques of sword fight, stick fight and fire fight with horrifying speed and demonic warfare, reminiscent of the prehistoric saga of mankind when “ might was right ”, of course, religious ascendancy raining supreme every now and then. The Medha Dance is as colorful as it is graceful. The Parsuram, Nagas and the Ravana represent warriors at their best, reminiscent of their rule over mankind for myriads of ages. The rest of the members of the Sai Jaata team exhibit martial art with their uncanny ability and courage, representing the soldiers of the age we are talking of.

All said and done, Sai Jata is a platform for rehearsal of ancient warfare, showing to the world the great civilization we have left behind and the terrible struggle for freedom our fore-fathers undertook to put us in the position now available.

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https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/emotion-Christian-tradition/

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