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Ethics and its importance

in Professional studies
T.Pavan Kumar
HOD -Mech

Present ills of Society

Politics without principles,

Wealth without work,
Pleasure without conscience,
Knowledge without character,
Commerce without morality,
Science without humanity
and Worship without sacrifice.

Speed in Present Generation

Present generation has speed in every
respect such as in thoughts, actions,
making money without proper meaning
for life and leading to crash of their life
and destruction.
Due to this speed in action or in making
money, no sphere of life is pure in itself
and values are falling at very high speed
like values in politics, social life, social
security, educational system , medical,
business and even in family system.

Falling of values
The young and old both alike
are involved in erosion of
Values are being affected by
socio-economic and sociopolitical environment in our

What is Ethics
Ethics is nothing but reverence
of you life and life of others.
Ethics is knowing the difference
between what you have a right
to do and what is right to do.

Eth cs
Notice that "I" is at the center of the
word "ethical." hence ethics is not for
others and it is for I.
Achieving the ethics of excellence is
your individual assignment for progress
yous in life

Ethical Living
Ethical living is an indispensable
phenomenon to be adopted by
every individual which is most
Stripped of ethical rationalizations
and philosophical pretensions, a
crime is anything that a group in
power chooses to prohibit.

Trust of Students
Every one should trust in the
system in which we are living or
Student needs to trust the teacher and
support in making good learning
environment leading to aspiration in
Trusting the professionals makes them to
become professionals.

Student Representation
When students attend other college,
industry or some other places for
representatives of the institution
belonging to them
Indeed, they should strictly obey
demonstrating honesty and respect
in maintaining college reputation.

Respect for Rules

Students must always respect
the rules framed by the
Students should respect the
property of the college.
Also refraining from using
illegal acts like drinking,
smoking, and addiction to drugs

Respect for Others

As part of the student code of
ethics, students are called upon to
respect the rights of others for
them to share their views and ideas
without fear of condemnation.
This allows students to become
fully engaged in learning and
increase their knowledge.

Every student is expected to represent
him or herself honestly and
respectfully in all situations.
Honest and respectful representation
includes, but is not limited to,
providing only truthful material

Students are also expected to
behave respectfully with all
faculty, staff,
students, and visitors of institution
and to behave respectfully when

Academic Honesty
Students are expected to maintain
the highest standards of academic
Lying, cheating, stealing, and
using unauthorized materials on
any assignment, quiz or exam
come under academic dishonesty.

Stealing is the act of taking
without permission and without
prohibition of stealing includes
property of any nature as well as
academic work.

Plagiarism occurs when a student
copies work or ideas from someone
else and attempts to call them his own.
Plagiarism is considered a serious
breech of ethical conduct in
professional education
Exchange of ideas and the acquisition
of knowledge is key to become real

Living on ethics
Live according to the ethics of
excellence, and you can always
stand proud. Pride - not vanity,
but dignity and self-respect
should carry a lot of weight in
helping you make decisions.

Serve self little and serve

others much
The simplest and shortest ethical
precept is to be served as little as
possible and to serve others as
much as possible
It is the secret for success in
stealing the hearts of friends.

Learning Environment

It is important to maintain the

best learning environment for
all students and professors.

Engaging with other

Students are encouraged to engage
refraining from acting or using
language with malicious intent.

Respect for Others

Students are called upon to respect
the rights of others for them to
share their views and ideas without
fear of condemnation.
This allows students to become
fully engaged in learning and
increase their knowledge.
Respect for others in college
makes to respect professors, family
members, elders and people in

Classroom Conduct
Students must behave respectfully
toward their peers and professors.
In the classroom setting, students
may not interrupt their classmates
or professor, make fun of them or
their expressed views, or disrupt
the learning environment.

Mistaken belief
We have grasped the mystery of
the atom and rejected the
Sermon on the Mount.
Ours is a world of nuclear giants
and ethical infants.
We know more about war than
we know about peace, more
about killing than we know
about living.

In-charge for your

You can't put someone else
as in-charge of your ethics
and moral values
Ethics is a personal
discipline and the ethics of
excellence requires a sense
of perspective.

Be good and do good

Be good and do good to all with
whom you interact for creating
a better image of yourself.
Be first a civilized person.
Create clean hygienic and tidy
environment around yourself.
Promote and nurture good
habits of healthy living.

Develop soft skills of precise and

better communication, behavior
and presentation. Be logical,
natural and generous in your
thought process.
Be focused on your studies,
career and future goals. Avoid
diversions, temptations and un
necessary activities, as your
time is valuable.

Use your resources wisely to

your advantage.
Work for your future
Do make consistent and
persistent efforts to realize your
dreams and your parents

Develop good habits, which

give you time for creative
Be punctual and prompt in all
your activities planned.
Plan your work and work
Think big. Work for it to
achieve success.


What is personality
The sign of life is struggle for
A tiny seed breaks open the
earth to grow into a big plant

Growth alone does not add beauty to

life, rather wild and abnormal growth
sometimes leads to stagnation.

Shaping the growth through proper training and

systematic discipline is the only way to make
the life beautiful, which ultimately leads to
fully-fledged personality.

Achievement in life certainly

makes a person great, but does not
add much to his or her personality

In the history of man kind,

great personalities appear
who shook the world
during their life time

We are proud to say that in modern times India

could produce a real and universal person in
Swami Vivekananda, whose thoughts are a source
of inspiration, throughout the world to shape a
real personality.

Types of Personalities
9.Peace makers

The great Indian software business leader
Narayan Murthy falls in the category of a

Mother Teresa is one such personality who
was sensitive not only to the needs of few
people around, but for the millions of poor
in the country.

The great Indian painter MF Hussain falls in
the type of romantic personality. He has a
sensitive heart and romantic personality for
his creativity.

Sachin Tendulker the greatest batsman, and
Kapil Dev, the greatest all rounder fall in the
category of achievers.
They Always full of energy to achieve
something big.

The great economist Noble laureate Amartya
Sen is one such observer personality, who is
curious analytical insightful.

The out spoken Bollywood actress and former
Rajya Sabha member Shabana Azmi, may fall
in the category of questioners. She can raise
relevant questions in all platforms.

The energetic NRI businessman, Vijay
Mallaya, may be categorized in the adventurer
type of trying something new that was not done
by any Indian earlier.

The former Chief Election Commissioner
T.N. Seshan, the straightforward bold officer,
is the best Indian example of an asserter.

Peace makers
The former Indian Prime minister Atal
Bhihari Vajpayee has the peace maker
type of personality.

Four dimensions of human personality

1.Physical dimension
2.Mental dimension
3.Intellectal dimension
4. Spiritual dimension

Physical Dimension:
The human body is the rare gift of God. Good
health is the source of happiness and success in
life. Since the body and mind are closely related
to each other, ill health causes mental worries and
depression, not enabling to pursue a definite goal
in life.

Physical Dimension:
Body is the means for the pursuit of religion.
Swami Vivekananda asserted that we must
have mussels of iron and nerves of steel.
You will reach heaven through football than
through the study of the Gita.

Physical Dimension:
Nutritious food, regular exercise, meditation,
cultivating good habits, self-control help us
to improve our health, which forms a part of
our personality development

Mental dimension
The mind is superior to the body. It is the
mind that makes the body, but not viceversa
Mind is repository of thoughts
Negative and evil thoughts make the mind
Weak and uncontrolled mind always
succumbs to temptations, creating havoc
with a person

Qualities of Strong Mind

Always remains calm even in adversities
Never succumbs to temptations, and develops
tremendous courage to say No to immoral
thoughts and actions
Always remains free from prejudice, suspicion
and jealousy
Positive thinking, concentration, fearlessness,
adventurous nature, and self-confidence are
the vital qualities of strong mind

Qualities of Weak Mind

Gets irritated and loses temper over trifling
matters and reacts violently
Easily succumb to temptations, like bribery,
stealing etc.
Always compromises with and surrenders to
evil forces

Qualities of Weak Mind

Cannot face challenges in life, and tries to
escape from them by adopting easy and cheap
Never appreciates good qualities in others
Restlessness, fear, tension, laziness,
frustration, superstition, and negative thinking
are the main characteristics of a weak mind.

Weak mind can become strong by reading

good , mind strengthening books such as
literature of Swami Vivekananda, Bhagavad
Gita, the upanishads etc., from young age
Evil company, vulgar and cheap novels, and
movies create mental perversions, resulting in
all types of psychological complexes and
nervous weakness.

Swami Vivekananda quotes

What ever you think, that you will be; if you think
yourselves strong, strong you will be. If you think
yourselves weak, weak you will be.
Underestimating ones own capacity and constantly
thinking in a negative way, such as, I am good for
nothing, I am hopeless, I am worthless, I am sinner, is
the prime cause of our mental weakness

Sri Krishna quotes in Gita

One should save one self by oneself;
One should not lower oneself.
For oneself is verily ones own friend;
Oneself is verily ones own enemy

Intellectual Dimension
Strength is of four types, i.e. physical
strength, mental strength, intellectual
strength and spiritual strength
Intellectual strength is superior to physical
and mental strength, and hence it forms an
important part of our personality

Intellectual Dimension
Cultivate different talents, such as music, fine
arts, poetry, dance, drama etc., which will helps
to improve deep thinking leads to improve
intellectual dimension of human personality
The mind can provide number of solutions to
your problem does not have capacity to
discriminate between good and bad
It is the intellect to choose right one among the
options given by the mind

Spiritual Dimension
In this mortal body, there is something,
immortal, eternal, and of the nature of pure
consciousness, bliss, peace, and source of
tremendous power, energy, and knowledge.

Spiritual Dimension
It is of the nature of effulgent light; never
undergoes any change, free from birth, old age.
and death.
From it spring all divine qualities, such as love,
compassion, service, purity, truthfulness,
fearlessness come under spiritual dimension

Spiritual Dimension
Sri Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita the
subtle organs are superior to the gross body, the
mind is superior to the organs, but the intellect
is superior to the mind. However, the one who
dwells in this body is superior to intellect

A harmonious growth of the physical, the
mental, the intellectual and the spiritual
dimension leads to the all-round development
of personality
Struggle for perfection in all these aspects will
ultimately leads us to the development of the
real personality
A great number of such people will certainly
form a better society and they will raise this
nation once again to its highest glory