Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude for Civil Services Examination 3 Edition

Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude for Civil Services Examination 3 Edition (English, Paperback, G Subba Rao, P N Roychowdhury)

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    • Language: English
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    • Publisher: Access Publishing India Pvt Ltd
    • Genre: Academic and Professional
    • ISBN: 9789383454471, 9383454474
    • Edition: 3, 2015
    • Pages: 560
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    Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude was the first book on this topic when it was first published in 2013.Now into its third, revised edition, this trendsetting book is a popular and widely acclaimed book. The eminent authors Shri Subba Rao and Shri Roy Chowdhury ( both former IAS officers) have revised this edition based on constructive feedback and suggestions.

    Key revision features in this edition
    • A new chapter titled `Challenges to Ethics and Moral Accountability' introduced
    • The chapter on `Case Studies' thoroughly overhauled with all-new Case Studies
    • Case Studies within chapters restructured as per latest UPSC question paper pattern

    Features at a glance
    • 25 Chapters covering the entire range of issues related to ethics, integrity and aptitude
    • Text interspersed with Case Studies wherever relevant
    • Summary at the end of each chapter
    • Questions for Self Assessment at the end of each chapter
    • Glossary of terms.


    About the Author

    G Subba Rao
    is a retired IAS officer and currently is Chairman, Gujarat State Police Complaints Authority. He holds an MA in Economics from Andhra University, MA In Rural Development from University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.

    P N Roychowdhury is a retired IAS officer and is presently, Advisor, Strategic Management with the Adani group. He has a Masters in Applied Mathematics from Calcutta University and an M Sc in Finance from Strathclyde University, Glasgow and MBA from the University of Rochester, New York.
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    Book Details
    Publication Year
    • 2015
    Book Type
    • Entrance Exam Book
    Table of Contents
    • Preface to the Third Edition

      Preface to the Second Edition
      1. Introduction To Ethics
      Definitions of Ethics
      Two Aspects of Morals
      Moral Judgements based on Content
      Moral Judgements based on Form or Attitude: the Right and the Good
      Common Concepts used in Explaining Human Actions
      Appetites and Impulses
      Good
      Wish
      Purpose, Intention and Motive
      Character In Ethics
      Model of Moral Decision Making
      Ethical Ideals in Life
      Ethics based on Theory of Evolution
      Exposition of Ethics
      An Analytical and Historical Perspective
      Milestones in the Development of Ethical Thought
      Contents of the Book
      2. Challenges To Ethics And Moral Accountability
      Introduction
      Sceptical doctrines
      Contents
      ii Contents
      Psychological egoism
      Criticisms of psychological egoism
      Ethical egoism
      Weaknesses of ethical egoism
      Moral relativism and moral objectivism
      Moral subjectivism
      Refutations of moral subjectivism
      Cultural relativism
      Problems with cultural relativism
      Determinism and human free will
      Free actions
      Determinants of Morality
      Object of Action
      Circumstances of Action
      Purpose of Action
      Responsibility of Moral Agents
      Consequences of Human Actions
      Acts with Double Effects
      Criticisms of the Doctrine of Double Effect
      Summary
      Questions for self assessment
      3. Western Moral Thinkers
      Socrates
      Historical Background
      Socrates As the First Systematic Moral Thinker
      Moral Concerns of Socrates
      Plato
      Introduction
      Plato’s Metaphysics
      Idea of Good
      Theory of Virtue
      Plato’s Republic
      Criticism of Platonic Ideas
      Aristotle
      Biographical Sketch
      Approach
      Contents iii
      His Concept of Happiness
      His Concept of Virtues
      Aristotle’s Magnanimous Individual
      His Concept of Justice
      His Concept of Freedom of Will
      Politics and State According to Aristotle
      Criticism of Aristotle’s Views
      Post Aristotelian Philosophers
      A Background
      Their Approach
      Epicureanism
      Obstacles to Happiness
      Happiness
      Cultivating Serenity
      Evaluation of Epicureanism
      Stoicism
      Founders
      Philosophical Underpinnings
      Reason as a Stoic Ethic
      Stoics and Emotions
      Utilitarianism
      Introduction
      Main Tenets
      Utilitarianism, Egoism and Altruism
      Concept of Happiness
      Measuring Happiness
      Untenable Results of Utilitarianism
      Act Utilitarianism and Rule Utilitarianism
      Teleological and Deontological Moral Theories
      Utilitarianism as Consequentialism
      Forecasting Consequences of Decisions
      Moral Responsibility
      Egalitarian Justice
      Political Rights
      Kantianism
      Duty as Moral Criterion or Standard
      Categorical Imperative
      iv Contents
      Categorical Imperative and Rule Utilitarianism
      Second Formulation of Categorical Imperative
      Austere Morality of Kant
      Criticism of Kant’s Theories
      Virtue ethics
      Virtues and vices
      Virtue Ethics and Rule-based Ethics
      Natural law ethics
      Other Strands
      Moral Thinkers of the Twentieth Century
      Introduction
      G. E. Moore
      Sir David Ross
      A.J. Ayer
      C.L. Stevenson
      R.M. Hare
      John Rawls
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      4. Ethical Ideas in Indian Philosophical Tradition
      Hinduism
      Four Principal Moral Ends
      Varnashrama Dharma
      Bhagavat Gita
      Main Message
      Paths to Salvation
      Virtues
      Action without Craving
      Positive and negative emotions
      Comparison with Western Moral Ideals
      Other Aspects of Gita’s Moral Message
      Moral Criteria and Concepts
      Law of Karma
      Manu’s Ideas
      Mahabharata
      Samyama
      Contents v
      Jainism
      Ahimsa
      Path to Salvation
      Five Moral Principles
      Pride
      Buddhism
      Life of Buddha
      Conceptual framework of Buddhist thought
      Truth of Dukkha
      Origin of Dukkha
      Cessation of Dukkha
      Path Leading to the Cessation of Dukkha
      Prescriptions for Family and Society
      Non-Violence and Peace
      Middle Course
      Altruism
      Gandhian Ethics
      Faith in God
      Ethical Conduct
      Truth
      Service to Society
      Purity of Heart
      Ends and Means
      Human Nature
      Ahimsa
      Non-violent Non-cooperation
      Qualities of a Satyagrahi
      Gandhi’s Economic Ideas
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      5. Lessons From The Lives Of Great Indian Leaders,
      Reformers And Administrators
      Introduction and Approach Human Values
      Vivekananda
      Discovery of Real India
      vi Contents
      Awakening his Countrymen
      His Spiritual Thoughts
      His Contributions to India
      His Contributions to Hinduism
      Some Famous Sayings of Vivekananda
      Ramakrishna Paramahamsa
      Intense Spiritual Practices
      Contributions of Sri Ramakrishna to World Culture
      Other Contributions
      Sri Aurobindo
      The Patriot
      A Divine Life
      A Great Litterateur
      Five Dreams
      Raja Ram Mohan Roy
      Religious Reforms
      Social Reforms
      Education
      Journalism
      Religious Catholicity
      Dayananda Saraswati
      Transformative Event
      Spiritual Search
      Basic Doctrine
      Practical Reformer
      Opposition to Obscurantism
      Assessment
      Narayana Guru
      Education
      Marriage
      Spiritual Wanderings
      Religious Mission
      Opposition to Old Customs
      Commandments
      Tolerance and Catholicity
      Sir Rabindranath Tagore
      Nobel Prize
      Poetic Vision of India
      Contents vii
      Social Reform
      Modernism
      Education
      Communal Harmony
      Poetic Genius
      Kautilya
      Political Governance
      Economic Governance
      Main Themes
      Guru Ravidas
      Saintly Ways
      Religious Ideas
      Guru Nanak
      Biographical sketch
      Teachings
      Tiruvalluvar
      On Love and family
      On the Importance of Wealth
      On Politics & Governance
      On Moral Enforcement
      Literary aspects
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      6. Sources of Ethical Guidance Laws, Rules,
      Regulations and Conscience
      Introduction
      Ordinary Meaning of Law
      Meaning of Law in Ethics
      Rules and Regulations
      Differences between Laws and Rules
      Types of Law According to Aquinas
      Natural Law
      Parts of Natural Law
      Civil Laws
      Relevance of the Ideas of Aquinas
      Constitutional Values
      viii Contents
      Conscience
      Historical Evolution of Ideas on Conscience
      Moral Sense
      Moral Reason
      Empirical Conception of Conscience
      Aspects of Conscience
      The Customary or Conventional Conscience
      The Loyal Conscience
      The Independent or Reflective Conscience
      Moral Relativism
      Moral Change
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      7. Ethical Qualities Through the Lenses of Sages and
      Great Thinkers
      Introduction
      Kindness
      Forgiveness
      Self-Control and Good Temper (Anger)
      Fortitude
      Cowardice
      Empathy
      Altruism
      Truthfulness
      Keeping Promises
      Honesty
      Integrity
      Avoiding Breach of Trust
      Power and Morality
      Prudence
      Temperance
      Humility
      Golden Rule
      Vices
      List of Vices
      Envy
      Contents ix
      Sloth
      Avarice
      Lust
      8. Ethical Reasoning And Moral Dilemmas
      Introduction
      Ethical Situations
      Process of Moral Decision-Making
      Method Based on Judicial Procedures: Outcome Justice
      Process Justice
      Ethical Dilemmas
      Ethical Dilemmas: Prima Facie Principles
      Ethical Dilemmas and Prima Facie Principles
      Frame Work for Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      9. Codes of Ethics and Codes of Conduct
      Introduction
      Codes of Ethics and Codes of Conduct
      The Distinction between the Above
      Codes and Laws
      The Athenian Code
      Professional Codes of Conduct
      Professional Ethics
      Introduction
      Implementation and Regulation
      Two Examples of Professional Codes
      Professional Responsibility
      Codes of Conduct for Civil Servants
      General Principles and Approach
      Seven Principles of Public life
      Differences in Codes of Conduct
      Specific Content of Codes of Conduct
      Using the Best Judgement
      Written Orders
      Integrity and Devotion
      Reporting Details of Properties and Transactions
      x Contents
      Bar on Influence Peddling
      Avoiding Conflict of Interest
      Financial Propriety
      Political Neutrality
      Observing Social Laws and Cultural Norms
      Other Norms
      Code of Ethics for Civil Servants
      Public Service Bill
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      10. Individual Ethics Of Civil Servants
      Introduction
      Character and Personality
      Personal Qualities
      Scandals in Government and Corporate Sector
      Virtue Ethics
      Introduction
      Emphasis on Efficiency and Hierarchy
      Cardinal Virtues
      Types of Virtues
      Introduction
      Recent Views on Ethics for Civil Servants
      Goodness of Character
      A summary
      Need for Good Character
      Civil Service Ethics in Different Schools of Thought
      Hierarchical Model
      New Public Administration
      David K Hart’s views
      John Rohr’s Views
      Public Choice Theory
      Another Approach on Moral Code
      Criticism of Public Choice Theory
      Communitarianism
      Opposition to Individual Choice Theory
      Ethical Responsibility
      Contents xi
      Ethical and Sensitive Conduct
      Loyalty
      Duty of Obedience
      Duty of Efficiency
      Transparency
      Impartiality
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      11. Code of Conduct for Ministers
      Introduction
      Framework for Ethical Behaviour
      Elements of Ethical Behaviour
      Ethical Standards Prescribed by Nolan Committee
      Code of Conduct for Ministers
      SARC’s Views on Code of Ethics for Ministers
      SARC Made the Following Recommendations on the Subject
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      12. Mechanisms for Fighting Corruption
      Introduction
      Defining Corruption
      Widening the Definition of Corruption
      Roots of Corruption
      Causes of Corruption
      Coercive and Collusive Corruption
      Systemic Reforms for Curbing Corruption
      Administrative Structure and Procedures for Curbing Corruption
      Central Vigilance Commission
      Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
      CTE Organization
      Types of Vigilance
      How Corruption Comes to Light
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      xii Contents
      13. Fight Against Corruption Current Issues
      Introduction
      Issues regarding corruption
      Delays in Departmental Proceedings
      Disciplinary Proceedings
      Speeding up Trials under the Prevention of Corruption Act
      Liability of Corrupt Public Servants to Pay Damages
      Confiscation of Properties Illegally Acquired by Corrupt Means
      Prohibition of ‘Benami’ Transactions
      Protection to Whistleblowers
      Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants – Article 311
      Arguments in Favour of Retaining Article 311
      Arguments in Favour of Repealing Article 311
      SARC’s Final Recommendation
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      14. Multi-pronged Approach to Reducing Corruption
      Introduction
      Approaches to Reducing Corruption
      Citizens’ Initiatives and Civil Society
      Horizontal and Vertical Accountability
      False Claims Act
      Social Audit
      Building Societal Consensus
      Systemic Reforms
      Recent Measures
      Increasing Competition
      Streamlining Procedures
      Using Information Technology
      Promoting Transparency
      Integrity Pacts
      Reducing Discretion
      Supervision
      Ensuring Accessibility and Responsiveness
      Monitoring Complaints
      Accountability of Civil Servants
      Corruption Risk Management
      Contents xiii
      Political Corruption
      Recent Improvements
      Improvement in Accuracy of Electoral Rolls
      Disclosure of Antecedents of Candidates
      Disqualification of Persons Convicted of Criminal Offence
      Enforcement of the Code of Conduct
      Reduction in Size of Council of Ministers
      Reform of Political Funding
      Indian Context
      Tightening of Anti-defection Law
      Disqualification
      False Declarations
      Publication of Accounts by Political Parties
      Coalition and Ethics
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      15. Lokpal
      Historical Background of lokpal
      Recent Developments
      Main Provisions of the Act
      Composition
      Manner of Appointment: Selection Committee
      Search Committee
      Lokpal’s Jurisdiction
      Inquiry Wing and Prosecution Wing
      Procedure for Complaint Handling
      No Prior Sanctions
      Controversial Issues
      Inclusion of Prime Minister in Lokpal’s Purview
      Conduct of MPs inside Parliament
      Inclusion of Group C and D Employees in Lokpal’s Purview
      Inclusion of Judiciary in Lokpal’s Jurisdiction
      Inclusion of Lokayuktas in the Law
      Other Important Provisions
      Conclusion
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      xiv Contents
      16. The Right to Information Act
      Background
      RTI Act
      Preamble
      Main Provisions
      Key Concepts
      RTI’s Main Strategy
      Definition of Public Authority under RTI Act
      Central Information Commission (CIC)
      Machinery of RTI
      Information Exempted from Disclosure
      Complaints under RTI Act
      Penalties
      Access
      Responsibilities of Public Authorities
      Public Awareness and Educational Programmes
      Landmark Judgments by CIC
      The Official Secrets Act
      RTI Victims
      Protection for Whistleblowers
      Working of RTI Act
      Overview of the Impact
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      17. Citizen’s Charter
      Introduction
      The Indian Scenario
      Vision and Mission Statements
      Mission Statement
      Identification of Services
      Identification of Levels
      Identification of Client Groups/Stakeholders/Users
      Specification of Time-Frames for Each Service
      Specification of Time-Frames at Each Level
      Specification of Service Quality Standards
      Specification of Service Delivery Standards
      Contents xv
      Providing Information about the Public Grievance Redressal Procedures
      Providing Information about the Public Grievance Redressal Mechanisms
      Information about the Time-frame for the Public Grievance Redressal
      Aspects of a Citizen’s Charter
      Rationale
      Steps in formulation
      Model Guidelines
      General Structure
      Do’s and Don’ts for Implementing the Charters
      Features of a Good Charter
      Citizen’s Expectations
      A Model Format for Citizen’s Charter
      Let Us Join Hands in Making this Charter A Success!
      Working of Citizen’s Charters
      Solutions
      Bill on the Right of Citizens for Time Bound Delivery of Goods and
      Services and Redressal of Their Grievances
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      18. Utilisation of Public Funds
      Introduction Budget
      Fund Utilisation
      Evaluating Efficiency
      Fund Utilisation in Social Sector
      Constraints on Fund Utilisation
      Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS)
      Approvals, Cost Norms and Staff
      Transfer of Funds
      Monitoring Fund Utilisation
      Problems of Fund Releases and Utilisation
      Outputs and Outcomes
      Audit of Expenditure
      Role of CAG
      Nature of Audit
      Regularity Audit (Compliance)
      Propriety Audit
      xvi Contents
      Performance Audit
      Three E’s of Performance Audit
      Certification of Finance and Appropriation Accounts
      Parliamentary Control on Expenditure
      Public Accounts Committee (PAC)
      Estimates Committee
      Committee on Public Undertakings
      Canons of Financial Propriety
      Conclusion
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      19. Corporate Governance
      Introduction
      Structure and Processes of Companies
      Corporate Governance
      Cadbury Committee
      Role of Auditors
      Dealing with the Rights and Responsibilities of Shareholders
      Risk Management
      Evolution of Corporate Governance in India
      Provisions Contained in the Companies Act
      1. National Financial Reporting Authority
      2. Audits and Auditors
      3. Directors
      4. Committees of the Board of Directors
      5. Nomination and Remuneration Committee, Stakeholders Relationship Committee
      6. Related Party Transactions
      7. Secretarial Audit
      8. Class Action
      9. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
      UNGC: A Modern Cornerstone of Corporate Governance
      Human Rights
      Labour
      Environment
      Anti-Corruption
      Course of Action
      Contents xvii
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      20. Attitudes
      Attitudes
      Definition and Elaboration
      Structure
      Functions
      Learning Theory of Attitude Change
      Classical Conditioning
      Operant Conditioning
      Observational Learning
      Theory of Persuasion
      Audience Characteristics
      Source Characteristics
      Cognitive Routes
      Attitudes, Beliefs and Actions
      Cognitive Consistency
      Cognitive Dissonance Theory
      General Attitudes, Attitudes towards Behaviour
      Broad Behaviour, Single Actions
      Two Crucial Studies
      Explaining Inconsistency
      Two Kinds of Inconsistency
      Moderating Factors
      Domain of Interest and Set of Behaviours
      The Principle of Compatibility
      The MODE (Motivation and Opportunity as Determinants) Model
      Two Types of Individuals, Two Modes of Activation
      Intention and Behaviour
      Models of Reasoned Action
      Stereotyping and Prejudice
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      21. Political Attitudes
      Introduction
      Hierarchical Structure of Political Attitudes
      xviii Contents
      Hierarchical Model
      Ideology
      Marxist View
      Explanation of Individual Differences
      Perspectives of Social Psychology
      The Big Five Dispositional Traits
      The Big Five Psychological Dispositions and Political Attitudes
      Aggregate Predictions: Personality and Overall Economic and Social Ideology
      Ideological Dimensions
      Eysenck’s Model
      Measures of Ideology
      Left-right Ideological Dimension
      Multidimensional Models
      Grid-group Model
      Marriage of Information and Predisposition
      Social Cleavage Model
      Cleavages and Value Orientations
      The Role of Occupation
      New Politics - the Emergence of New Issues and Conflicts
      Parties as Factors Influencing Structuration of Attitudes
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      22. Emotional Intelligence
      Introduction
      Intellectual Abilities
      Moral Qualities
      Emotional Intelligence
      Brief Historical Background
      Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
      Seven Varieties of Intelligence
      Emotional Intelligence
      Gardener’s Summary
      Emotional Intelligence Theory
      Changes in Business Environment and Emotional Intelligence
      Art of Criticism
      Knowledge Workers and Work Teams
      New Management Tools
      Contents xix
      Influencing People
      Communicating
      Conflict Management
      Leadership
      Programmes for Poor
      Empathy
      Conclusion
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      23. International Morality
      Introduction
      Sovereignty
      Nation and State
      International Morality
      Topics Covered in this Chapter
      Theories of IR
      Realism
      Idealism
      E. H. Carr’s Challenge to Utopian Idealism
      Hans Morgenthau’s Realist Principles
      Neo-realism: Kenneth Waltz’s International System
      Neoliberalism
      Objections to Neorealism
      Postmodernism
      Feminism
      Tenets of International Morality: UN Charter
      John Rawls’s List of International Morals
      Just War Theories
      Jus AD Bellum
      Jus In Bello
      Jus Post Bellum
      Coercive Regime Change
      Pacifism
      New Dimensions of International Morality
      International Economic Equity: Promoting Equitable Development
      Foreign Aid during the Cold War
      xx Contents
      Poverty Reduction and Recent Development Models
      Millennium Development Goals
      Moral Roots of India’s Foreign Policy
      Cosmopolitanism in Morals
      Intervention in Other Nations
      Summary
      Practice Questions
      24. Case Studies Introduction
      Strategy for Solution of Case Studies
      Two Types of Cases
      Test of Ethical Soundness of an Action
      Case Studies
      25. Glossary of Terms
      Accountability
      Accounts
      Act Utilitarianism
      Act Deontological Theories
      Administrative Ethics
      Administrative Ethos
      Affective Component
      Altruism
      Ancient Greek moral Schools
      Appetite
      Aptitude: Nature and Measurement
      Assessment of Intelligence
      Attitudes
      Audit
      Audit Committee
      Behavioural Component
      ‘Benami’ Transactions
      Benevolence
      Bureaucratic Ethos
      Canons of Financial Propriety
      Cardinal Virtues
      Contents xxi
      Categorical Imperative
      Character
      Characteristics of Emotionally Intelligent Persons
      Character or Virtues
      Citizen’s Charters
      Class Action
      Classical Conditioning
      Codes of Ethics
      Cognitive Component
      Cognitive Dissonance
      Collusive Corruption
      Commercial Audit
      Communitarian Ethics
      Committee on Public Undertakings (COPU)
      Conduct
      Conflict of Interest
      Conflict Management
      Conscience
      Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants – Article 311
      Conventional or Customary Morality
      Corporate Governance
      Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
      Corruption
      Deontology
      Discretionary Decision-Making
      Divisions of Ethics
      Doctrine of Double Effects (DDE)
      Duty, Obligation and ‘Ought To’
      Egoistic Hedonism
      Ego Defence Mechanisms
      Emotional Intelligence
      Additional Note
      Emotional Literacy
      Empathy
      Ends and Means
      Environmental Ethics
      Ethical Dilemma
      xxii Contents
      Ethical Questions
      Ethics
      Estimates Committee
      Eudemonia (or Eudaimonia)
      False Claims Act
      Feminism
      Feminist Ethics
      Functions of Attitudes
      General Utilitarianism
      Good
      Grid-group Model
      Group IQ
      Hedonism
      Hierarchical Model
      Human desires
      Human Responsibility
      Ideology
      Idealism
      Individual Differences in Ideology
      Independent Directors
      Integrity
      Integrity in Ethics
      Integrity Pact
      International Morality
      Intuitionism
      Judgement and Value
      Knowledge Worker
      Law and Ethics
      Law and Morals
      Learning Theory of Attitude Change
      Marriage of Information and Predisposition
      Model of Moral Decision-Making
      Models of Reasoned Action
      Moral Relativism
      Moral Hazard
      Moral Standards
      Motive and Intention
      Contents xxiii
      Nation
      National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA)
      Nature of Audit
      New Politics - The Emergence of New Issues and Conflicts
      Nolan Committee’s List of Values
      Observational Learning
      Ombudsman
      Ontological Ethics
      Operant Conditioning
      Outputs and Outcomes
      Pacifism
      Panchsheel
      Paradox of Hedonism
      Performance Audit
      Personality
      Personality and Ideological Orientation
      Personality-related Terms
      Persuading People to Change Attitudes
      Political Attitudes
      Positive Thinking
      Professional Codes of Conduct
      Professional Ethics
      Public Accounts Committee (PAC)
      Public Sphere
      Purpose
      Realism
      Regularity Audit (Financial)
      Related Party Transactions
      Right
      Rule Deontological Theories
      Rule Utilitarianism
      Schools of Ethical Philosophy
      Secretarial Audit
      Self-Awareness
      Self-Complexity
      Self-Concept
      Self-Realisation
      xxiv Contents
      Self-Regulation
      Situation Ethics
      Sleeper Effect
      Social Audit
      Social Cleavage Model
      Soft Skills
      Sovereignty
      Standards or Norms
      State
      Strength of Attitudes
      Summum Bonum
      System of Human Values
      Systemic Reforms
      Teleological or End-based Ethics
      Teleological Theories
      The Freedom of The Will
      The MODE Model
      Intention and Behaviour
      The Nine Types of Intelligence
      The Principle of Beneficence
      The Theory of Planned Behaviour
      The Three Selves of Man
      Transparency
      Theory of Persuasion
      Two Types of Moral Judgements
      Two Types of Self Awareness
      Universalistic Hedonism
      UN Charter
      Utilitarianism
      Values
      Vigilance
      Virtue as a Golden Mean
      Virtue Ethics or Character Ethics
      Whistleblower
      Widening The Definition of Corruption

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    Saurav Kumar

    Certified Buyer, Raigarh

    29 Oct, 2017

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    Vry bad Experience.

    Its's Okay !
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    Manish Kumar

    Certified Buyer, Jhumri Telaiya

    25 Aug, 2017

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    5

    Excellent

    The book is helpful it is very new and in good condition.
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    Sai Krishna

    Certified Buyer, Hyderabad

    6 May, 2017

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    5

    Highly recommended

    i oder 3rd edition got 4th edition so fully statisfied
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    sudhanshu kayasth

    Certified Buyer, New Delhi

    18 Mar, 2019

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    Worst experience ever!

    product is damaged
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    BIBEK NAYAK

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    22 Feb, 2019

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    5

    Awesome

    This is one of the awsome book which is relevant to upsc it gives better understanding about ethic n integrity
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    8 Feb, 2018

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