Udaya Pant (21st May 1956 / Bhawali, Nainital, India)
Biography of Udaya Pant
Udaya Pant did his Graduation in Science and Post Graduation in Political Science & History from Kumaun University, Nainital, India; Master of Philosophy, from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, India; Master of Science in Finance from Strathclyde University (UK) .
He joined Indian Civil Accounts Service in 1982 and worked in important positions in the Government of India, presently he is the International Monetory Fund's Advisor the Ministry of Finance, Government of Nepal, at Kathmandu. He also worked for the Asian Development Bank (in Sri Lanka) , United nations (in East Timor) : and United Nations Development Programme (in Afghanistan) . He is on the Roster of Experts in Financial Management of the IMF; and World Bank.
He is a well known thinker, writer and Management expert. He regularly contributes to leading newspapers and journals (Hindi and English) , internet blogs; on subjects of public sector management, Governance and Social issues; as well as poetry and literature. This is the tenth published books to his credit; and has contributed a number of articles, seminar and research papers. His writings vary from light topics for the children, financial management, governance, development issues, poetry, philosophy; and art of living (happiness) . He maintains the sensitivities of poet in his workplace.
Udaya Pant's Works:
Publications – Books (English)
Budgeting and Public Financial Management in India (1998)
Payment and Accounting system in Government of India (1995) .
Open Secrets of Happiness (2003)
Head Notes (2003)
Apple and Spade (2009)
Books in Hindi
Bachchon Ka Samrajya 1994)
Phir Ek Baar (1997)
Udta Man (2003)
Mein Kya Chahta Hoon (2003)
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One more day has passed
This is the new day beginning
The same are the surrounding
Similar is dawn to the morning
The sun shines at the same way
The chirping of birds continues
Familiar are the noon, afternoon