National President


Shri Shyam Bihari Mishra was born on 8 May,  Vill. Pipra, District Kanpur to Late Pt. Baijnath Mishra and Smt. Jayanti Mishra.  After graduation, he joined the family trading business of grains but the born leader in him was waiting to be unleashed.  He successfully raised the voice of the traders community at various forums -  demanding honour, fair treatment and just policies for the trading community from the government.  It was no wonder then that he was elevated to the post of Secretary General of the Kanpur Galla Aartiya Sangh - the post which  he held during the period 1975-92.  In 1992, he became the President of this traders' association.
 

Pt. Mishra's forceful personality and never-ending zeal to fight for the cause of his fellow brotheren kindled hope in the hearts of business community to such an extent that he was given more and more responsibilities not only by various trade organisations but also by the Government when he got elected to the highest forum of the nation - the Parliament on three consecutive occasions.

 

Pt. Mishra has charismatic leadership qualities and this fact has been exhibited on several occasions.  A great patriot,  he did not confine himself to the cause of business community only.  On the very contrary,  he became the most authentic voice of his parliamentary constituency and was elected as member of the Parliament in 1991, 1996 and again in 1998.  He never  believed that businessmen should have only expectations from the government and that they don't have any duties.  Under his dynamic leadership, various trade organisations always remained at the forefront in the face of national crisis and natural calamities and extended all possible help to the government.

 

Pt. Mishra has always been a fighter for the cause of the people who reposed unwavering faith in him time and again.  It is very difficult to count the number of trade organisations which have been working under his dynamic leadership.  Bhartiya Udyog Vyapar Mandal - the apex body of the trade and small industries in the country is one such organisation.

 

For those who are more inclined towards statistics,  here are some quick facts about the life and work of Shri Shyam Bihari Mishra:

 

Name

Shri Shyam Bihari Mishra

Father's Name

Late Pt. Baijnath Mishra

Date of Birth

8 May 1938

Place of Birth

Vill. Pipra, District Kanpur, (U.P.)

Marital Status

Married on 5th May 1961

Name of Spouse

Smt. Jayanti Mishra

Children

4 sons and 1 daughter

Education

B. Com. (Education from S.D. College, Kanpur (Agra University)

Profession

Agriculturist, Industrialist, Trader, Social Worker

Permanent Address

87/349, Acharya Nagar, Kanpur-208003 (U.P.)

 

Phone : 0512-214551; 550977;  9415431364

Positions held:

 

1991

Elected to 10th Lok Sabha

1991-96

Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Food

1993-96

Chairman, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution

1996

Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha  (2nd Term)

1996-97

Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Food

1997-98

Member, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution

1998

Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (3rd Term)

1998-99

Chairman, Joint Committee on Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 1998

 

Member, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution and its Sub-Committee-D on Department of Co-ordination. Also, Convenor - Sub-Committee B on Department of Sugar and Edible Oils.

 

Member, Committee of Privilages

 

Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Communications

Literary, Scientific and Artistic Accomplishments

Chief Editor, Vyapar Manthan, a Hindi fortnightly published from Lucknow.

Social & Cultural Activities

Service through trade associations during floods, drought, arson, epidemic; served the nation during periods of crises with patriotic zeal, made food and other arrangements for kar sevaks; was locked up in Uttar Pradesh during the Ram Kar Seva.

Special Interests

Service and organisation of business community; organising small-scale industrialists to fight for their rights; upliftment of the poor sections of the society; and helping the people effected by the natural calamities.

Favourite Pastime & Recreation

Social Work and reading.

Sports & Clubs

Cricket

Countries Visited

Chile, Namibia, Portugal, Trinidad, Tobago and Zambia as member of the Indian Delegation led by the then President of India Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma.

Other Information

Secretary-General :
Kanpur Galla Aaratia Sangh, 1975-92
 
President of :  
(i) Kanpur Galla Aaratia Sangh 1992 onwards; 
(ii) Kanpur Udyog Vyapar Mandal, 1979-85 and 1989-92; 
(iii) Uttar Pradesh Udyog Vyapar Pratinidhi Mandal, Lucknow, 1984 onwards; 
(iv) Akhil Bhartiya Udyog Vyapar Maha Mandal, 1992 onwards; 
(v) Federation of All India Foodgrain Dealers Association 1992 onwards; and 
(vi) Kanpur Ganna Karobar Sangh 1992 onwards; 
 
Member : 
National Oilseeds and Vegetable Oils Development Board, 1998-99; 
National Consumer Forum