Case I - PANDIT TO AFAUZI
1.What was the cause of fear in RBM?
The causes of fear in RBM are more on the psychological / psychos about war. He used to think that if there is a war then people would be loaded with sufferings; killed, injured, maimed, and would become homeless. The country’s economy will also reduce. Sufferings people injury and they might also become orphans, women would become widow and the humanity would suffer.
2.What were the symptoms of fear displayed by RBM?
The Symptoms of fear displayed by RBM are as follows:
a. He looked pale and worried.
b. He was less talkative, not lively and his interaction with others persons decreased. c. He had developed constipation and used to eat very little. d. He felt tired after walking even a few hundred yards.
3.How did the RMO come to know of the war phobia of RBM?
The Regimental Medical Officer (RMO) interviewed RBM. In his inspection RMO found nothing medically wrong with RBM but got trace of scares of the prospects of war. The phobia of war in RBM through his discourse to the RMO on the bad effects of a war on environment, economy, costs, etc. He stated that people would be loaded with sufferings; killed, injured, maimed, and would become homeless. The children would become orphans, women widowed, and the humanity would suffer. He vehemently advised the RMO to make all attempts to stop the war and if he could, at least oppose it. After a brief conversation, the RMO was convinced that all the symptoms pointed to a fear psychosis of war.
4.What actions should be taken to avoid building up of fear among the troops? Which of these steps were taken by the officer? The Action points to be taken to avoid building up fear among the troops •Appraise the jawans of the organization of all arms and services in the army. •Conduct regular trainings / discourses from senior staff. •Motivate on real time scenarios.
•They should be explained about the tactics in the battle fields. •The deployment patterns of different arms.
•The pattern and modes of support by the air force.
•The Capability of weapons held by them.
•They should be explained about the reasons from which they are fighting. •They should be told about the strength of their army the medical case. •The benefits and consumption to families is of death.
•Also build hope by operationally how allies will help them. The steps taken by the officers are as follows:
•A Small Cadre was organized and jawan’s of all ranks were appraised for all arms. •The officer explained the tactics in Battlefields, the deployment patterns of different arms, etc. •The officer also briefed on the patterns and modes of support they will get from Air Force. •The capabilities of weapons were explained.
•The cause for the fight was well explained to keep the patriotic levels high. •The officer even told how medical and arms supply will be extended on ground. •The benefits and consumption to families is of death.
•Also build hope by operationally how allies will help them. •The Capability of weapons held by them.
CASE II - HE WHO RIDES A TIGER
1.Discuss merits/demerits of the role of strike, agitation and legal approach in union¬management relations. Ans.
The principal engagement of Union with management is though their actions like lobbying, politics, and the community which extends to strike, agitation and legal approach. Strikes first became important during the industrial revolution, when mass labor became important in factories and mines while legal approach is the latest trend which is picking up at faster pace.
Here are some merits of actions of role of strike, agitation and legal approach on union management relations:
1. One of the positive effects can be increase in productivity as apart from lower quit rates, existence of union (thus, strike, agitation and legal approach) ensures better management accountability. 2. Unions can improve efficiency by...