Pazhamozhi Naanooru as a Guidance of Contemporary Administration
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Our predecessors considered love and courage as eyes. They managed the familial and govermental administration with proper responsibility and guided their successors. Pazhamozhi naanooru by Mundrurai Arayanaar is one among pathinen keezhkanakkunool which depicts people's discipline and thoughts in first two lines and continued with its relevant realtime proverb in the following two lines. This work has followed the structural footsteps of sangam literary works such as aganaanooru, puranaanooru, natrinai naanooru. It was first published by Sodasavadhanam Subburaya Chettiyar and later many editions were flourished. Everyone values the work similar to that of Thirukkural and Naaladiyar. It projects the required strategies for better administration of a company. The significance of administration is to opt the person who is capable of efficient skills. Administrative skill is necessary to plan the distribution, contribution, time and labour for a work. It becomes a platform to expose one's talent. How to evaluate, plan, speaking ability, neglecting irresponsibility, avoiding flattery and executing the work are some of the significant ideas of Pazhamozhi Naanooru. The research paper projects the importance of administrative strategies through the work Pazhamozhi Naanooru.
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