About the Author
Birth: 7 March 1958
Academic Qualifications: BSc; M Com
PG Diploma in Journalism
Ved Mathur has recently retired from the post of General Manager in Punjab National Bank after completing almost 40 years of banking career. He started his career in daily newspaper â€œDainik Nyayâ€ published from Ajmer and joined banking career. But he was continuously associated with the journalism and his hundreds of satirical and other articles, poems, talks, etc. have been published from time to time in top magazines and newspapers. In â€œDainik Nyayâ€, his daily comedy column â€œChakramâ€ was published for years. In Ajmer edition of â€œDainik Bhaskarâ€, he wrote a column â€œBaradariâ€, which was based on social issues, for many years.
Indian Banks association (IBA) selected him under Cooverji Hormusjee Bhabha Fellowship for research on the topic â€œCustomer Service in Banksâ€ and his work was awarded the first price. Punjab National Bank, Zonal Office, Jaipur honoured him with â€œPNB Gauravâ€ award in 1996-97.
He has already authored two books, â€œSamne Hai Safaltaâ€ and â€œMantras To Successâ€.
During his banking career, he had wide experience of working in small and large branches, controlling offices, Training Centres, etc. on various positions. He also lead PNBâ€™s Gujarat Circle as Circle Head. He has also been General Secretary of Bankâ€™s Officers Union in Rajasthan.
Ved Mathur is married to Dr Meenu Mathur, a Govt College lecturer, has a son Dr Akash Mathur married with Dr Nancy Mathur and a daughter Akanksha married with Devesh Mathur.
From the eyes of an experienced banker, this author has presented a commentary of his journey of all parts of banking. Whether, this is a mere imagination or a bitter truth about the minute functions of todayâ€™s banking? Your response is invited.