Tajurba | Pawan Kumar Kapil | I was in a mad rush to acquire wealth but realised it was a futile exercise
In this episode, Radio Dwarka invited Pawan Kumar Kapil who shared his experiences of all hues while working for many companies here in the Capital.
A Delhiite, he completed his graduation in 1975 and joined a shipping company soon after. In January 1976, he joined the DCM as a poly chemist.
He left the DCM after five years, but during that stint, he also earned a diploma in statistics. From there he joined the Reserve Bank of India in 1981 and left in 1986.
"I joined a project financing consultancy after quitting RBI. The company was more into preparing land allotment reports," he says.
He left that company in 1993 and started exporting handknit sweaters. In 2006, he handed over his company to his friend.
"I was madly in the race to acquire wealth. But I don't have children, and it suddenly dawned on me that there is no use to earn so much and for whom. So I gave it up all in a jiffy," he says nonchalantly.
He slowly drifted towards social service and has been active in serving others through his many endeavours since then.
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Wednesday, April 19, 2017