Public Service Values Ethics in Public Admin
- Ethics are more important than laws.Elucidate
- "From a biological being to a societal being is a long journey". What are the factors that contribute towards this successful journey?
- How "organizational conflict" and "institutional conflict" are different from each other? Discuss keeping public service in focus.
- To what extent consistency between one's emotions, values and behavior is important in personal and professional life? Discuss.
- Explain the meaning and importance of the following in public services: (1) Fortitude (2) Humility (3) Altruism (4) Rectitude
- Discuss the importance of confidentiality in professional life. What are the reasons that confidentiality is violated too often?
- Should there be a legal backing to "sting operations"? Justify your stand in ethical perspective.
- Kautilya's conception of 'Rajrishi' is very important for a good king and it is similar to the conception of 'philosopher king' given by Plato.a. What are the main indicators of good governance identified by Kautilya in Arthashastra?b. Why Kautilya lays great stress on appointment of Amatyas, the highest in status?
- What do you understand by "objectivity"? Highlight its relevance for a public servant.
- Why is it important for civil servants to have integrity? What can be the consequences if a civil servant doesn't act with integrity?
- To secure the national interest the decisions taken civil servants should be impartial and non-partisan. Explain.
- How dedication to public service can improve the efficiency and effectiveness in public service?
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