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ETHICS CASE STUDY: If you were in Raju’s place, what would you write in your recommendations? Justify each of them. (250 Words)

  1.  Raju’s close friend gets selected in UPSC civil services exam and gets into IAS. From his experiences in training at academy, he keeps narrating several incidents to Raju. He tells him that most of the selected candidates have stopped reading newspapers and books; many of them party all night, consume alcohol and flirt with girls; few candidates who have good connections in bureaucracy, form coterie and indulge in politicking; they sleep in classes and pass lewd comments on guest faculty; many who were sent on village trip, never visited villages and wrote false reports etc. However, Raju’s friend also narrates many good things about training such as how it’s helping him understand the idea of India, cultivate patience, discipline, endurance and perseverance, and respect diverse opinions.   Raju, being himself a civil services aspirant, is disturbed by negative aspects of training. Based upon his friend’s feedback, he decides to write his own recommendations to government explaining what should constitute training module for IAS trainees.

If you were in Raju’s place, what would you write in your recommendations? Justify each of them.  (250 Words)