Showing posts with label Ethics Morals Values. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ethics Morals Values. Show all posts

Individual Morality Effect On Public Life Decision

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Morality Decision Making 

Individual Morality Effect And Public Life Decision


Everyone has Individual Morality values and a line between the personal and public life. Everyone like privacy and own morality values, but when a person goes into public life, he or she must putting the public's decision ahead of your own. Individual Morality values build on the basis of experiences, from childhood to present age and can be changed in future, according to future experiences. The individual Morality principles are the behavior of treat to others, seeking truth not lie, don't spend much more what you don't have, be honest keep your words, and don't take which is not your. Everyone has these Morality principles, but they can vary from person to person. The Public Life Decision making can be biased from individual Morality, but the person should try to keep away your individual Morality as much as possible in public life decisions making. Everyone should draw a line between personal and public life decisions making. an individual person should represent the practices of virtues, honesty and trustworthiness in both personal and private life decisions making. so the personal behavior of individual should be legitimate on the public decision making. a person can be unethical in private life, but he or she must be ethical in public life. Morality is a matter of understanding, what is good and what is evil. The virtue of character and morality is habits of behavior developed by proper training. who cheats in his personal life, can not be trusted in the public's business decisions making. the public life decision making should be based on the Morality and educational knowledge. What ethical dilemmas arise in the personal and public life, like a person took drugs many years previously, is it fit for public discussion making ? the public life decision making should to evaluate on the candidate's mental health The public should also be aware about the decision to gain maximum advantage.

Impartiality Commitment Integrity In Civil Service

Impartiality Commitment Integrity Service

Impartiality In Civil Service


The civil servants should be impartial in carry out their day-to-day duties and works. The Civil Service required commitment of equality, not to act favours to anyone or discriminates against particular individuals or interests. But in reality civil servants can not be totally impartial, when they are serving to the Government day to day works. The Civil Servants should maintain political impartiality, no matter what are their own political beliefs. act in a way to retains the confidence of Ministers, and able to maintain the same relationship with those, who will come in future Government.


Commitment In Civil Service 


In India April  21 every year celebrated as ‘Civil Services day’. on this occasion the civil servants commit commitments to public service and excellence in their work. the first Home Minister of Independent India, Sardar  Vallabhbhai Patel referred to civil servants of India as the ‘steel frame of India’. the civil servants should always be remain firmly committed to their words, deeds and promises. commitment is the most important ingredient of the civil servant's character. the civil servant in their personal life can break commitment, and rebuild  relationships again in personal life. But in official life, breaking a commitment or promise can not be undone or taken back, because the civil service work affects public at large.


Integrity In Civil Service


Integrity is the quality of any person to being honest with strong moral principles. Integrity in ethics is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness accuracy actions. the integrity is the main characteristics of the civil servants. integrity strengthens the sense of mission in a civil servant for the welfare of society. the civil servants should have set a highest standards of integrity and morality. so that he or she will be able to uphold high personal and professional standards in all circumstances. integrity requires truthfulness, freedom from deception and fraud, fair straight forward conduct, and sympathy in a civil servant to well beings of others.

Government Sanctions As A Shield For Dishonest Officials

Usa Government Sanctions Shield Officials

Government Sanctions As A Shield For Corrupt Off


In India All people are equal in front of the Constitution of India, but in the case of prosecution sanctions by Indian government would suggest that some people  who are in any government related services organization or political parties have more right than others. in the constitution of India under the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, in this section courts can not take cognizance of offences allegedly committed under the Prevention of Corruption Act, by a public servant without prior sanction of the government. And in the Section of 197 of the Code of Criminal Procedure laws in the constitution down the general requirement of prior sanction while prosecuting public servants. this provisions were protect to ensure that public servants are not harassed and their work not stymied by vexatious and frivolous complaints. so in practice this laws make public servants careless and dishonest, because of these protective measures increase dishonest careless work among the government servants, they know very well that Section 19 functioned as a shield against prosecution, so this encouraging dishonest bureaucrats and ministers to flout the law with impunity. Discuss the pros and cons of it. Suggest what needs to be done, quote the law with impunity. Discuss the pros and cons of the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, we should give some suggestions, what needs to be done to stop dishonest official, quote the Supreme Court’s observations upon it so new action taken on the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, so a fear should be created in the dishonest official. this shows in the conclusion that the idea of the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act law must differ. this law for public servants and private citizens is an anachronism, one that has no basis in principle and has no defence in practice.

Right to Information Act Transparency In Governance

Right to Information Act

Right to Information Act


Right to Information Act 2005 is the a tool to get the timely bound government information by the request of Indian citizens. It is an initiative taken by Department of Personnel and Training, under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions to provide a Right to Information Portal Gateway for the citizens of India to get timely bound information from first Appellate Authorities,PIOs. the Right to Information Act provide transparency and accountability in the working of the Government, stop corruption, and make the real sense democracy. the RTI indicates promotion of human-rights and dignity. September 28 is celebrated as the International Day for Universal Access to Information by the United Nations General Assembly. Benjamin Franklin said that every citizen has the right to questioned the authority. RTI promote transparency and reduce corruption. The RTI provides right to any citizen to get any information regarding government work, irrespective of age-group, caste, colour, creed, gender or religion. the information can be in the form of oral, written, electronically in English, Hindi or other regional language. the following public authority, any institution, body of government established or constituted under the Constitution, bodies controlled or substantially financed by the Government, such as Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The RTI time-frame is thirty days to provide information, but if it is a concerns of life or liberty of a person then it provides information within forty-eight hours. to provide the information RTI has a provision of nominal fee.the RTI setup a digital portal for the details of Public Information Officers (PIOs) and Appellate Authorities. Public Interest vs. Protected Interest. the RTI act maintains a perfect balance between public and private interest. If the information is asked regarding an individual such as Annual Confidential Report, Income-tax Return, Bank Account, Property statement, Medical bill etc. then it cannot be provided or disclosed in normal course. the information which affect the security and sovereignty of India can not be disclosed. RTI act provide participation of people in the governance, by asking the information of government business, Transparency and accountability. RTI has strengthened the faith of the people in the Constitution and creation of a welfare state.

Family, Society, Educational Institutions Values

Educational Institutions Values

Role of Family in Inculcating Values 


Values are regarded enviable, imperative apprehended high esteem of a individual. Values give strength to character of any individual by reflect one’s personal attitude, judgments, decisions, choices, behaviour, relationships, and vision. These values are the guiding principles of life that bring joy, satisfaction and peace. Role of Family in inculcating the value is the backbone of the society. The family is the only unit in society to pass values on to the children, about culture, eternal values of Truth, Right Conduct, Peace, Love and Non-Violence. these values are passed first in the family by mothers. Mother is foundational life-shaper of the children.


Role of Society, Educational Institutions in inculcating values


Values may vary from time to time from one society to another. But, every society has certain moral values, which are accepted by all the societies as global values. these are morality, honesty, duty, truth, friendship, and brotherhood. The educational institutions plays important role in the development of society and individual values. The teachers play a pivotal role in the promotion of values. Educational Institutions should focus on socio­economic, socio-political and socio-cultural values. Society can overcome most of the problems, by giving life skills education values by the educational institutions. Teachers play a very important role in molding the future of a country. An educational institute focus should not only on teaching and learning but it should be considered as the seeds of discipline, devotion and commitment in the students. They should also teach about the direction of life to bring joy, satisfaction and peace in the life. But there is great degradation and devaluation in various spheres of life such as political, social, philosophical, economic, educational, cultural, religious, administrative. the Educational Institutions play a very important role in the overall development of society, by inculcating values such as moral, spiritual, religious, social, economic and cultural values among the students and promote human values in the society. as we know that education without vision is considered as waste, education without value is considered as crime, and education without mission is considered as life burden. so educational institutions should build strong people with strong character with value based education.

Ethics And Morality Facts One Six

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Ethics


Ethics is defined as, what is morally good and bad, morally right and wrong in human behaviour.


Ethics Contribution To Social Wellbeing


Ethics Contribution to Social wellbeing is done by the ethical social work to promote the general welfare of society from local to global levels, and the development of communities to advocate for efforts to fulfill basic human needs, as well as promote all aspects of social justice. The primary goal of the ethics contribution in social wellbeing is addressing societal issues and providing solutions to them, and helping communities as well as individuals.


Ethics Contribution To Human Wellbeing


The major aspect of ethics is to clarify, what is wrong or right for the human interests benefits. the necessary conditions for leading a decent human life to satisfy their needs and lead their lives in coexistence with others. Ethical thought provide freedom, culturally defined values and justice for the wellbeing of the people to find ways to share social benefits and facilitate peaceful life.

With the evolution of technology, the need to continuously update ethical guidelines to fit the modern world concerned about their own ethical decision-making.


Youth Ethics And Active Politics


Young People In india is not taking part in politics because they think that, from the old time politics has to associated with corruption, political manipulation, nepotism and corrupt character of political leaders. they only knows that politics is the game of muscle and money power, young people with ethical values and conduct will not be successful in these days politics. young people do not take part in politics because of unethical corrupt politician pursuance of power, young people think that their ethical power cannot compete with the money and muscle power of corrupt politician in modern days, also they fear spoiling their clean reputation due to the dirty game of politics.


Motivate Youth To Take Part In Politics


We should motivate youngsters to joining the politics through following ways,

we should create sense of duty and responsibilities towards the country, and learn them by entering into the politics, they can change corrupt system and politics.

Encourage participation in political debates in school and colleges.

We should conduct college and university elections among students to raise political awareness.

Bringing good leaders excellent work to limelight in public discourse, and punishment of corrupt leaders.

Political parties should create like youth wings plateform for the young people to share their ideas, voice, grievances and experiment in political matters.

The government and political parties should work together for provide career pathways and guidance to enter politics in the future.