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NRI (Non Resident Indians)

A Strategic Framework For Their Return
Dr. Rajeev Thomas
Type: Print Book
Genre: Social Science, Reference
Language: English
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In one of the very few detailed researches conducted on Non Resident Indians (NRIs), the author explores and systematically recommends a strategic framework which if implemented will open up doors & potential opportunities for returning NRIs to seamlessly re-integrate into active employment or entrepreneurship in India.

In the process he also describes some harsh realities faced by NRIs especially the blue collared ones in the Middle East.

This framework could change the future of every Non Resident Indian and make his dream of a return to India for good a reality.

This framework could well change the future of India.

About the Author

Dr. Rajeev Thomas is a researcher, author and management consultant with over 20 years of a unique combination of expertise. He has worked with various policy makers, decision makers, and advised on diverse topics within his domains of expertise.

In his pursuit of continued education, he embarked on a journey of research into a subject close to his heart - the plight of Non Resident Indians, leading to his being awarded a Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D) in Management. This book is an abridged version of his thesis, and the recommendations have started drawing attention at various levels in India and overseas.

He is also actively involved in various socially focused projects and is an active promoter of the concept of social entrepreneurship, and public-private partnerships to alleviate and address pressing social needs.

An earlier book of his celebrating the lives of fathers across the world titled My Father, and a similar book he co-authored celebrating mothers titled My Mother - both saw its entry into the book of world records.

He lives in Doha-Qatar with his family and exploring ways to make a difference in the lives of people he comes across.

Book Details

Publisher: Raj Villa Publications, Chennai, India.
Number of Pages: 64
Dimensions: 5"x8"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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