Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Cadre makes organisation

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji further talks about the cadre. He says :

A properly trained class of devoted workers who are suited to the maintenance, stability and progress of the organization has to be created. Eknathji brings out the simili of cement concrete structure for clarity. He says : In the cement concrete structure, the cement, sand and stones do not give the necessary strength. Iron bars are imbedded in the cement concrete so that it becomes reinforced cement concrete which is slightly stronger. The organization also requires such reinforcement for its strength and durability.

Such workers recruited with great care form proper human material for the work. These persons must measure up to the demands of the organization. In textile industry, even though the finished goods, namely, the cloth comes at the end, still it has to go through many processes. But initially there must be cotton which is the raw material. If the cotton is of a superior variety and of a long staple, the product will be equally superb. Thus, the persons selected must be capable of transformation through proper process. It is only copper wire that is useful as a good conductor of electricity. One cannot use ordinary iron wire or coir rope in its place for the reason that copper is costly. In every industry and production, the suitable raw material is of the utmost importance.