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Dehradun, September 28
Tula's Institute organised a special seminar on “Business Ethics” for its B.Tech 4th year and MBA 2nd year students here today.

The chief guest on the occasion was Dinesh Aggarwal, Uttarakhand Minister of Planning and Sports.
Speaking on the occasion, Dinesh Aggarwal stated, “It is very important for students to be aware of what ethics are since these are among the most important things in life to be known for.” He further wished all students good luck for their career ahead.
The theme of the talk mainly revolved around corporate ethics and corporate social responsibility and how it is very important for the students to be aware of the same. It is widely accepted phenomenon, which states that an ethical company is more likely to build a good reputation and bring financial rewards over the long term.
Sunil Kumar Jain, chairman Tula's Institute, stated, "In this 21st century, everybody wants to reach at the top but somehow don't seem to realize how important it is to be ethical no matter what field you are into. The same applies to an individual's life. I would like to wish the students the best for their future.”
Towards the end, executive director Silky Jain disclosed that over the next two days, the institute was going to organize a first of its kind HR conclave which would see top corporate professionals share their experiences with one another.
Also present on the occasion was Atulya from Pune who spoke extensively to the students how they could live by their ethics in the challenging business environment.
It is very important for students to be aware of what ethics are since these are among the most important things in life to be known.
Dinesh Aggarwal, Minister of Planning and Sports


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