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Maj Gen A K Shori ( Retd)

Maj Gen A K Shori ( MA. LL.B), Member Postal Board (Retd) is an 1982 batch Indian Postal Service officer who served in Indian Army for 21 years before retiring. In his illustrated career of 33 years, he worked as Divisional Supdt, Vice Principal of a Training Centre and Director Postal Services, Himachal, Dehradun and Delhi; while in Army he worked as Officer Commanding of a Division, Commandant APS Centre, Director APS in Northern, Western and Eastern Command, Deputy Director General in Army HQ before taking over as Addl DG of the prestigious Army Postal Service Corps in May 2011 till March 2015. He was awarded Army Commander Commendation Card in Northern Command. After relinquishing as Addl DG APS, Gen Shori took over as Chief Postmaster General Himachal Pradesh before retiring as Member Postal Board. 

 

 Gen Shori has attended various training courses in prestigious institutions in India and abroad like IIM Ahmadabad, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Asia Pacific Training Centre, Bangkok and Management Institute Lausanne, Switzerland. 

 

 The articles written by Gen Shori on social issues and International relations are published periodically in Himachal Dastak (a leading newspaper from Himachal) and South Asia Politics (a monthly periodical published from Delhi). A ferocious reader, enthusiastic learner, a social thinker and a reputed author; he has authored three books titled 

 

 i)Indian Rajarshi and Greek Philosopher King 

 ii)ii) Seven Shades of Rama (translated in Hindi as Bhagwaan Shree Ram Ke Saat Roop 

 iii)Why We Are Like This. 

 He has also edited three books 

 i)An Alphabetical Compilation of English Idioms 

 ii)Ashok Chakr Vijeta and 

 iii)Bhartiya Sena Adhykshon ka Prerak Jeevan. 

 

 His prime focus is to explore rich Ancient Indian Thought and Philosophy and to present before the audience making it relevant in modern times. He has done extensive research on Behavioural Science and has developed Management skills based upon Panchtantra stories, Principles of Good Governance as per Ramayana and Mahabharata. He has been delivering lectures and conducting workshops for college students, middle and sr level government officials on 

 i)Leadership skills 

 ii) Conflict Resolution

 iii)Effective Communication 

 iv)Principles of Good Governance 

 v)Seven Shades of Shri Ram and 

 vi)Invisible Shades of Ramayana

Books by Maj Gen A K Shori ( Retd)