“The moral obligation and ethics found among job aspirants should not be forgotten after getting employment as honesty should prevail throughout a professional career,” said Prof. M. Krishnegowda, Kannada professor at St. Philomena’s College.

He was speaking at a programme organised by Jnanabuthi at its premises here yesterday to mark the release of study materials and also bid farewell to trainees of Rural Development and Gram Panchayat Accountants Examination and English Coaching Class.

Prof. Krishnegowda lamented that the moral values were declining alarmingly in society and the values were just confined to speeches of orators. He advised the trainees not to get despair but work honestly amid all odds to shine in their career.

Prof. Krishnegowda observed that Panchayat Raj system was an excellent concept supposed to bring dramatical changes in the country but continued to be a dream still.

Journalist Amshi Prasanna Kumar released the study materials of Jnanabuthi.

Former Vice-Chancellor of Yenepoya University, Mangalore Prof. Syed Akhil Ahmed, journalist Ravindra Bhat, Mysore District Journalists Association President C.K. Mahendra, scholar Seetharam Jagirdhar, Jnanabuthi Convenor Jainahalli Satyanarayana Gowda and others were present.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore