ETHICS CASE STUDY: In case you still want to pursue IAS, give compelling arguments why you want to pursue it.
- January 8, 2018
- Posted by: INSIGHTS
- Category: INSIGHTS
Topic: Ethics in human actions; Attitude; Emotional intelligence
9) You have graduated from a top IIT with excellent academic record. You are offered a dream job in Google. However, you always wanted to be an IAS officer. Your parents are extremely poor and you have completed your education solely on scholarships and donations. Your parents do not understand what’s IAS or Google. All they want is better life. Your friends and professors advice you to join Google. They argue that IAS is corrupt and there is little you can do here with your talent. They tell you that with a good experience in Google, you can come back to India and build something like Google. They argue that spending 2-3 years preparing for IAS is wastage of your talent. Moreover, they tell you that your parents have to continue to live in poverty till you clear this exam.
You are in a dilemma now.
a) Do you think there is merit in arguments made by your friends and professors? Justify.
b) In case you still want to pursue IAS, give compelling arguments why you want to pursue it. (250 Words)
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