ISRO Chairman S Somanath on Saturday mentioned that each particular person has to undergo some sort of challenges throughout his journey to achieve a better place within the group and that he too confronted such difficulties in life.
He mentioned he has talked about a number of the challenges he confronted throughout his decades-long journey on the house company in his upcoming autobiography ‘Nilavu Kudicha Simhangal’ (loosely translated – The Lions That Drank the Moonlight).
However this isn’t in opposition to any specific particular person,” he informed PTI.
Somanath was responding to a report that claimed his autobiography contained some vital remarks about his predecessor Okay Sivan.
“Folks holding such key positions could need to face many challenges. One in every of these challenges is the challenges associated to acquiring positions in a corporation,” he mentioned.
These are challenges that everybody has to undergo.
He defined: “Extra folks could also be certified to carry an necessary place. I’ve solely tried to spotlight this specific level. I’ve not focused any specific particular person on this regard.”
He admitted that he talked about in his ebook the dearth of readability concerning the announcement of the failure of the Chandrayaan-2 mission.
He added that throughout the touchdown, it was not clearly said that there was a communications failure and that it might collide with the Earth.
“I believe the nice follow is to search out out what really occurred. This can improve transparency within the group. That’s the reason I referred to that specific incident within the ebook,” Somanath added.
The ISRO chief emphasised that his autobiography is an try and encourage individuals who need to obtain by preventing challenges and obstacles in life and never criticizing anybody.
The ebook is predicted to hit cabinets quickly.
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First printed: November 4, 2023 | 2:49 pm he
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