Human Values and Professional Ethics Programs

HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

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Human values are a set of consistent behaviors and measures that guide human beings in doing what is right and acceptable by the society. They attract dignity, respect and appropriateness among people.

It helps in achieving the following goals:

1. Self-Direction. Independent thought and action; choosing, creating, exploring.

2. Stimulation. Excitement, novelty, and challenge in life.

3. Hedonism. Pleasure and sensuous gratification for oneself.

4. Achievement. Personal success through demonstrating competence according to social standards.

5. Power. Social status and prestige, control or dominance over people and resources.

6. Security. Safety, harmony, and stability of society, of relationships, and of self.

7. Conformity. Restraint of actions, inclinations, and impulses likely to upset or harm others and violate social expectations or norms.

8. Tradition. Respect, commitment, and acceptance of the customs and ideas that traditional culture or religion provide the self.

9. Benevolence. Preserving and enhancing the welfare of those with whom one is in frequent personal contact (the ‘in-group’).

Professional ethics helps a professional, choose what to do when faced with a problem at

work that raises a moral issue. One can certainly study what professionals do when faced with

such problems, and confine the enquiry to the description. Our concern here, however, is to assist with making choices – an approach called prescriptive professional ethics.

RVIT is putting in its sincere efforts to inculcate and teach the human values and professional ethics to all its members.  now RVIT has become one of the Nodal Centers of VALUE EDUCATION CELL of AKTU, Lucknow. 

In this line RVIT has organized:-

8 days workshop in December 2016 (8 December- 15 December)

8 days workshop in April 2016 (20 April- 27 April)

8 days workshop in January 2014 (10 January- 18 January)

8 days workshop in June 2013 (25 June- 02 July)

5 days workshop in June 2012 (7 June- 22 June)

PEOPLE BEHIND THE WORKSHOP The brains behind the idea of inculcating the value education in the members of RVIT includes Mr. Jatin Ahlawat, Mr. Sunny Deshwal, Mr. Rajiv Kumar, Dr. Anamika & Dr. Divya and for achieving this goal RVIT is getting the continuous support from these personalities who have given their lives for the betterment of humanity:

1. Dr Ran Singh Arya: A PhD from IIT Delhi, a notable Kisan Leader and has been doing several experiments at the Jivan Vidya Pratisthan at Khari (Bijnor) for last several years in the field of organic farming, education, philosophy, holistic health and ayurveda, etc.

2. Dr Rajeev Sangal: Director of IIIT, Hyderabad. He is the co-author of the book titled “Human values & Professional Ethics” and is a pioneer in promoting value education in the educational institutes in the country. Under his guidance, IIIT has done several successful experiments among students and faculties in the area of value education.

3. Dr Rajesh Kapoor: From Solan, HP. A very popular Ayurvedacharya not only in his area of residence but also in several other parts of India for his effective holistic treatment with naturopath ayurved and homeopath.

4. Dr Vijay Agrawal: Former nuclear scientist of Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) Mumbai. He holds a doctorate in chemistry from University of Illinois at Chicago and has also researched in Israel and Germany. In India he has worked in several industries. A keen practitioner of Vipassana Meditation for last 15 years and highly interested in ethical lifestyle. He also writes on several blogs / websites on various social issues.

5. Shri Prem Bhatia: Presently living at Manviya Shiksha Shodh Anusandhan Kendra, Achhoti, Near Raipur in Chhattisgarh. Earlier worked at top executive posts in different MNCs and the became interested in holistic living style. He is a very good poet and writer. He is the founder director of Vishwa Bharati Yog Sansthan, Delhi. He is the main trainer of Human values and Ethics in this workshop.

6. Shri Ankit: A Documentary film maker, particularly related to social issues and nature. He is also a researcher in HVPE.

7. Shri Anurag Sahay: An engineer from IIT, Delhi. He has lived abroad for over ten years and did very well professionally but could not find satisfaction in life. Therefore, turned to meditation and spirituality. Now he teaches at Shivalik Institute of Technology, Dehradoon and is promoting HVPE.

8. Smt Anisha Madan: By education, a fashion designer. She is wife of Shri Anurag. Interested in Ayurveda, Organic farming, and HVPE.

9. Shri Sachin Desai: Hotel management professional who turned to social work through education. Run a school named “School Without Walls” for deprived but talented kids to make them self independent through various skill development programs.

10. Smt Meenal Desai: MA in English Literature. She pursued CA for a while but left. And is now pursuing a doctorate in Non-formal education while working as a program director on the real life education program of Syamantak.

11. Ms Swarnareha: A volunteer and fine artist by profession. Expertise in natural dyes and colors. A team member in the “School Without Boundaries”.

12. Shri Sandeep Sharma: A devoted practitioner of human and ethical values for last eight years. Founder editor of an engineering student magazine (Technical Today) circulated in 150 engineering colleges of UP and MP. Good experience of running Gaushala, organic farming, food processing and manufacture of various food products.

13. Smt Anuradha Sharma: Principal-cum-warden of a residential girls school in Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh. For last three years she has been studying and researching in HVPE besides helping Shri Sandeep in his farming and production related activities.

14. Shri Samarpal Singh: A resident of Maujipur near Khari (Bijnor). An experienced organic farmer for last ten years. Interested in social welfare activities.

15. Shri Dinesh: A resident of Jhalu (Bijnor). An experienced Bee keeper and organic farmer for last seven years. Interested in social welfare activities.

16. Mr. Gopal

17. Mr. Moti