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Atmano mokshartham jagat


hitaya
2. Anchet dana mana bhyam
3. Atmana vindyate vityam
4. Yogah karmashu kaushalam
5. Yadishi bhavana yasya siddhi
6. Parasparam bhavayaniah
1. Immense potential
2. Intangible subject and gross
tangible
3. Karma yoga
4. Yagah karmasu kaushalam
5. Co operation
IEM can help develop an
effective management pattern.
IEM helps in synchronizing
private and public benefit.
1. Management attitude
2. Humanizing the organisation
3. Interiorising management
4. Self introspection
(self study, self analysis and self
criticism)
5. Brain stilling [ a perfect
MOUNUM (calm mind
enjoying tranquility) is
necessary.
6. Stepping back (for a while)
7. Self dynamising
meditation
MEANING
 Beliefs about what is right and wrong
and what is important in life.

HUMAN VALUES
 Truthfulness
 Integrity
 Gratitude
 Humbleness

 Forgiveness

 Patience

 Transparence

 Charitableness

 Simplicity etc.
 According to the ancient India’s
psychophilosophical wisdom literature,
“Values are states of feelings/emotions
that underpin the content of a
choice/decision and determine the
manner of using the intellect/reason for
justifying and implementing that choice
or decision.”
 Values also termed as “GUNAS”.
WORK
WHAT?
 To nurture each other
 YAGNA-sacrifice
 Worship of the Divine.
WHY?
 To purify the mind and the heart-
CHITTASHUDDI
 To become wise
 To provide public benefit.
HOW TO WORK?
 With the spirit of renunciation-TYAG
 To serve others without self interest.
SPIRIT OF WORK?
 Excellence and perfection in work.
Forms the basis of human values
1. Everything you want others to do to
you, you shall do to others.
2. Do not do to others that which you
do not wish them to do to you.
3. Do not do anything to others that if
done to you, would cause harm to
you.
 SUPERIOR

 CO-WORKER

 SUBORDINATE

 TRAINEE
 Follow Equality
 Respecting human rights
 Setting and maintaining proper code of
conduct
 Working ethically
 Encourage group contribution in decision
making, planning procedures
 Creating atmosphere of trust
 Proper communication with subordinates
 Respecting each other
 Proper communication with co
workers
 Following the organization’s rules
and regulations
 Supporting and helping each others
 Having clear understanding of each
other’s responsibility in
organizations
 Participate in group activities.
 Clear understanding of instructions
 Communicating properly with the
superiors
 Following proper code of conduct
 Being faithful in duty and
responsibility
 Participating in decision making
(group) process
 Proper understanding of your goals
 Proper learning
 Attaining adequate knowledge
about the organization
 Being honest
 Communicating with the members
of the organization
“Ethical behavior is that
which is morally accepted
as GOOD and RIGHT as
opposed to bad or wrong
in a particular setting.”
 Individual, work teams and
organization
 Establish good image of
organization
 Draw good response from
customer
 Satisfaction to customer
 Life positions and
society
 Life positions and
organization
 Protecting environment
 Labor law
 Welfare of employees
 Maintaining relationship between
industries
 Maintaining relationship between
industries and society
 Welfare of the whole nation
 Ms. Bagam Bomjen (MBA/09/12)

 Ms. Ngamdon Wangjen (MBA/09/19)

 Ms. Jini Natung (MBA/09/09)

 Mr. D. J. Gurung (MBA /09/06)

 Mr. Hage Obing (MBA/09/35)

 Mr. Pabitra Neog (MBA/09/34)

 Mr. Deelip Chandra Biswas (MBA/09/15)