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Management, Ethics and Communication for CS Foundation by Milan Shah, Tejpal Sheth

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CHAPTER 8

BUSINESS ETHICS

To have a lovely life,Either one must have a true lover greater than all friends,Or one must have a true friend who really cares,More than a lover…

  1. Word ‘ethics’ is derived from
    • French.
    • Hindi.
    • Sanskrit.
    • Greek.
  2. The term ‘ethics’ is derived from the Greek word
    • Ethio.
    • Ethos.
    • Etho.
    • Ether.
  3. The term ethics refers to
    • Fiction.
    • Character.
    • Rules.
    • Regulation.
  4. The term ethics refers to
    • Customs.
    • Accepted behaviours.
    • Either (a) or (b).
    • Neither (a) nor (b).
  5. The Oxford Dictionary states ethics as
    • Code of conduct.
    • The moral principle.
    • The businessperson principle.
    • The main principal.
  6. The Oxford Dictionary states ethics as ‘the moral principle’ that governs a person's
    • Behaviour.
    • How an activity is conducted.
    • Either (a) ...

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