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Rotary District 3080 organized a Rotary Colloquium on "Living Your Values: Do Values of Life Change with Changing Times?" at Chandigarh Judicial Academy. The colloquium was attended by three hundred people who focused on the need to inculcate life's values in the younger generation.
The participants of the conference included school principals, students and experts from all walks of life.
Justice Rajive Bhalla of the Punjab and Haryana High Court said, "Values need to be looked at from the personal, societal and global angle. Though these may differ from person to person, values must bring the humane aspect in one's life".
He lamented about the societal values of female foeticide which has continued as a practice for centuries till today and only the mechanism of killing the girl child has changed.
Brahmchari Suvir Chaitanya of Chinnmaya Mission, Patiala, a young engineer from the Delhi College of Engineering who decided to take the Vedanta route, said, "The real transformation of the society, the nation and the world begins with the transformation within us".
Having investigated a number of white collar crime cases including Satyam and Commonwealth Games, Deepankar Salwalkar, the head of Risk Consulting at KPMG admitted that under pressure of business performance, business ethics and values are getting compromised.
Neville D Gandhi, regional compliance officer of Siemens Ltd, Mumbai asserted that it is possible to do business with ethics without any dilemma provided one is determined to follow the ethical way.
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