Social Values

Social Values Social value is the term used to describe the additional value created as an indirect result of a publicly funded service being delivered. For example, a homelessness organisation funded to provide hostel space for the homeless may create additional value by also providing routes into employment and training for its service users. Or, … Read more

Kantian ethics

Kantian Ethics Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher at the heart of a movement known as the Enlightenment. He reacted against the evangelical Lutheran Pietism of his schooling, with its emphasis on religious devotion and biblical literalism. He valued reason independent of revelation or emotion, though he did imbibe his parents‟ values (they were harness- … Read more

Freedom of will and moral responsibility

Freedom of will and moral responsibility From its earliest beginnings, the problem of “free will” has been intimately connected with the question of moral responsibility. Most of the ancient thinkers on the problem were trying to show that we humans have control over our decisions, that our actions “depend on us”, and that they are … Read more

Utilitarianism- J.S. Mill

Utilitarianism- J.S. Mill Utilitarianism is a philosophical view or theory about how we should evaluate a wide range of things that involve choices that people face. Among the things that can be evaluated are actions, laws, policies, character traits, and moral codes. Utilitarianism is a form of consequentialism because it rests on the idea that … Read more

Cardinal virtues of Plato

Cardinal virtues of Plato The cardinal virtues comprise a quartet set of virtues recognized in the writings of Classical Antiquity and, along with the theological virtues, also in Christian tradition. They consist of the following qualities:  Prudence : also described as wisdom, the ability to judge between actions with regard to appropriate actions at … Read more

Administrative Ethics: Ethics and human interface: Essence, Determinants and Consequences of ethic and human actions

. Administrative Ethics: Ethics and human interface: Essence, Determinants and Consequences of ethic and human actions Administrative Ethics: Ethics and human interface: Essence, Determinants and Consequences of ethic and human actions Ethics is the branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs Ethics refers to well-based standards of right … Read more

Modern concept of Marketing,

MARKETING MANAGEMENT   Marketing Management is a social and managerial process by which individuals or firms obtain what they need or want through creating, offering, exchanging products of value with each others.   CORE CONCEPTS OF MARKETING   NEED/ WANT/ DEMAND:   Need: It is state of deprivation of some basic satisfaction.   Want: Desire … Read more


Forestry in Rajasthan Rajasthan is blessed with great variety of natural resources ranging from scanty vegetation in the western arid region to mixed delicious and sub-tropical evergreen forests in the east and south east of Aravali ranges. Forest cover is 32744.49 is reserved, 18222 Protected Forest 2046.75 is unclassified forest) which is … Read more


Horticulture in Rajasthan Horticulture is the science and art of producing, improving, marketing, and using fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. The importance of horticulture in improving the productivity of land, generating employment, improving economic conditions of the farmers and entrepreneurs, enhancing exports and, above all, providing nutritional security to the people, is widely acknowledged. … Read more


Agriculture Sector of Rajathan Major Agricultural Issues of Rajasthan are:-  To achieve self-sufficiency in food production.  To increase Agricultural production and income of farmers / farm labours.  To promote sustainable use of Natural Resources such as Land and Water.  To promote Soil Health Management and Integrated Nutrient Management.  Promote Crop … Read more

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