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Human Values and Business Ethics Module – 1 REVIEW QUESTIONS: Q – 1 What is the need for value education in technical and other professional I nstitutions? Q – 2 What do you mean by values? How do they differ from skills? How are values and skills complementary? Q – 3 What are the basic guidelines for value education? Q – 4 How do you presently decide what is valuable to you? How do you ensure that your decision is right? Q – 5 Self-exploration is a process of dialogue between ‘what you are’ and ‘what you really want to be’. Explain and illustrate. Q – 6 What is the content of self-exploration? Q – 7 Explain the process of self-exploration with the help of a diagram. Q – 8 What do you mean by your natural acceptance? Illustrate with examples. Q – 9 What do you understand by the terms Swatva, Swatantratã and Swarãjya? Q – 10 What are pre-conditionings? What is their source? Q – 11 What do you understand by prosperity? What is the difference between prosperity and wealth? How are the two related? Q – 12 What is your present vision of a happy and prosperous life? Q – 13 Critically examine the prevailing notions of happiness and prosperity and their consequences. Q – 14 "I will learn and improve only if I am unhappy. If I become happy, my learning will stop"- Explore the validity of this viewpoint. Q – 15 "To be in a state of harmony is happiness." Examine this statement and illustrate with two examples from your day-to-day life. Q – 16 What are the basic requirements to fulfill human aspirations? Indicate their correct priority. Explain with the help of a diagram. OR "Right understanding + Relationship = Mutual fulfillment; Right understanding + Physical facilities = Mutual prosperity." Illustrate the above with two examples for each. Q – 17 "Physical facilities are necessary and complete for animals, while they are necessary but not complete for humans." Comment. Q – 18 Critically examine our state today in terms of fulfillment of relationships and physical facilities. What has gone wrong according to you? What is the solution? Q – 19 What do the abbreviations given as SVDD, SSDD and SSSS signify? Explain the reason for state SSDD? Q – 20 What is the program to fulfill the basic human aspirations? Name the different levels of human living?
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Need for Value Education: Introduction: All of us consider something or the other to be valuable. We set our goals, our aims on this basis, and then set out to work towards achieving them. While the need for determining what is valuable to us may seem evident, let us investigate into this a little more to understand the need for value education. Let us look at the following aspects to appreciate the need for value education. 1. Correct identification of our aspirations: All human beings have aspirations. You may aspire to become a doctor or engineer or a lawyer, or a film star or something else. You must have made various plans for your future. The planning may
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