NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos &amp; CSR </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business ethics and the global economy. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Accounting Ethics and Goods &amp; Service Tax. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> MBA Journals ( Consortium e Learning Network Pvt Ltd) en-US NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2581-5601 INHERITED WISDOM: UNVEILING THE DEEP-ROOTED ORIGINS OF INDIAN DEMOCRACY https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1359 <p><em>This article delves into the historical foundation of democracy in India, challenging the notion that democratic and other constitutional principles were foreign elements introduced in Indian legal system. Examining pre-constitutional periods, the article endeavors to link the ancient principles with the constitution in order to establish that foundation of India’s constitution is deeply rooted in its civilization past. The objective of this article is to establish links between traditional values and the current constitution, demonstrating how India's rich cultural legacy forms the foundation of the country's constitutional structure. The objective of this article is to establish links between traditional values and the current constitution, demonstrating how India's rich cultural legacy forms the foundation of the country's constitutional structure. It challenges the narrative of democratic transplantation by examining the socio-political dynamics of ancient Indian communities in an effort to find evidence of democratic principles ingrained in indigenous governance systems. By means of this investigation, the paper aims to highlight the native foundations of democratic principles in India, clarifying how they have developed and persisted over centuries, ultimately finding articulation in the country's modern constitution. By doing this, it hopes to both commemorate the long-lasting influence of Indian civilizational ethos on the development of the nation's contemporary governance systems and shed light on the historical trajectory of Indian democracy</em></p> Arshpreet Kaur Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2024-04-15 2024-04-15 7 1 26 29 The Role of Employability In Enhancing The Role of Soft Skills In Enhancing Employability of Technical Graduates: A Study https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1349 <p><em>This study examines the pivotal role of soft skills in augmenting the employability of technical graduates. In today's ever-evolving job market, while technical prowess is highly valued, it is becoming increasingly evident that soft skills are equally crucial. Communication, critical thinking, creativity, and emotional intelligence, all play integral roles in a graduate's ability to navigate and thrive. The paper investigates the impact of soft skills on job readiness, career progression, and overall job performance while exploring strategies for fostering these skills within technical education contexts. By meticulously examining existing literature and survey data, this research presents a comprehensive perspective on the importance and necessity and even sustainable development of soft skills. These skills, when coupled with technical knowledge, significantly augment employability prospects. and overall job performance, as well as exploring tactics for developing these abilities in technical training-focused educational settings. By means of a thorough examination of extant literature in conjunction with survey data, this study provides an all-encompassing viewpoint on the importance and necessity of developing soft skills. It emphasizes how graduates' employment chances are significantly improved when these abilities are combined with technical proficiency, opening the door to long-term professional success and progress</em></p> Dr. Prem Singh Parihar Aparajita Banerjee Richa Vishwakarma Shashi Binani Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2024-02-23 2024-02-23 7 1 30 39 Guardians of the Vault: A Comprehensive Analysis of Cybersecurity Measures in the Financial Sector https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1331 <p><em>The digital era has brought about unparalleled convenience and efficiency in the quickly changing financial services market, but it is not without inherent concerns. Under the heading “Guardians of the Vault: A Comprehensive Analysis of Cybersecurity Measures in the Financial Sector,” this research paper explores the crucial topic of cybersecurity in the financial sector. The goal of the study is to give a comprehensive analysis of the tactics and safeguards used by financial institutions to protect their client information, digital assets, and general integrity against cyberattacks. The paper commences with an overview of the escalating significance of cybersecurity in the financial sector, outlining the historical context and contemporary challenges. It proceeds to analyze key cybersecurity frameworks and technologies utilized by financial institutions, scrutinizing their effectiveness in mitigating evolving threats such as data breaches, ransomware attacks, and advanced persistent threats. Furthermore, the research investigates the role of regulatory bodies in shaping cybersecurity practices and compliance within the financial industry. By exploring case studies of notable cybersecurity incidents and responses, the paper offers valuable insights into the lessons learned and the continuous adaptation required to stay ahead in the cybersecurity landscape.</em> <em>In the quickly changing digital age, the financial services industry has seen an increase in efficiency and convenience never before seen. But there are inherent worries with this shift, especially with relation to cybersecurity. In order to give a comprehensive examination of the strategies and defenses used by financial institutions to preserve customer information, digital assets, and general integrity against cyberattacks, this research paper explores the important subject of cybersecurity in the financial industry.</em></p> Sangeeta Gupta Dipika Nancy Sharma Jyoti Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2024-02-23 2024-02-23 7 1 21 25 Ethics in Governance: Anti-corruption Measures https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1319 <p><em>Corruption, the abuse of public office for private gain, erodes public trust, hinders economic development, and weakens democratic institutions. This research paper delves into the critical role of ethics in government and explores various anti-corruption measures. We begin by outlining the rationale for a strong ethical foundation within government, highlighting the detrimental effects of corruption. The research objectives then define the scope of this study, focusing on identifying and analysing effective anti-corruption measures. Specific research questions guide the exploration of these measures, examining their implementation, strengths, and limitations. The paper will analyse a range of strategies, including codes of conduct, financial disclosure, independent oversight bodies, citizen participation, and transparency initiatives. Finally, the conclusion will offer a comprehensive analysis of the effectiveness of these measures, emphasizing the importance of a multi-pronged approach in combating corruption. </em><em>Using a sophisticated analytical framework, we break down these tactics to clarify their usefulness and effectiveness in preventing corruption in a variety of settings. Finally, our conclusion summarizes these results and provides a thorough evaluation of the effectiveness of anti-corruption initiatives. We emphasize that a multidimensional strategy is essential and that different techniques should work in concert to successfully address the complicated and multiple nature of corruption. Through the progress of this research, we hope to provide insights that guide policy creation and governance procedures, promoting robust and responsible systems that protect the public interest, promote equitable economic growth, and strengthen democratic governance.</em></p> <p><em>Corruption, the abuse of public office for private gain, erodes public trust, hinders economic development, and weakens democratic institutions. This research paper delves into the critical role of ethics in government and explores various anti-corruption measures. We begin by outlining the rationale for a strong ethical foundation within government, highlighting the detrimental effects of corruption. The research objectives then define the scope of this study, focusing on identifying and analysing effective anti-corruption measures. Specific research questions guide the exploration of these measures, examining their implementation, strengths, and limitations. The paper will analyse a range of strategies, including codes of conduct, financial disclosure, independent oversight bodies, citizen participation, and transparency initiatives. Finally, the conclusion will offer a comprehensive analysis of the effectiveness of these measures, emphasizing the importance of a multi-pronged approach in combating corruption. </em><em>Using a sophisticated analytical framework, we break down these tactics to clarify their usefulness and effectiveness in preventing corruption in a variety of settings. Finally, our conclusion summarizes these results and provides a thorough evaluation of the effectiveness of anti-corruption initiatives. We emphasize that a multidimensional strategy is essential and that different techniques should work in concert to successfully address the complicated and multiple nature of corruption. Through the progress of this research, we hope to provide insights that guide policy creation and governance procedures, promoting robust and responsible systems that protect the public interest, promote equitable economic growth, and strengthen democratic governance.</em></p> Priyanka Singh Tomar Abhishek Verma Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2024-04-01 2024-04-01 7 1 1 15 FINANCIAL GREENPRINT SUSTAINABLE FINANCIAL ANALYSIS CONTEXT OF HERO MOTORCORP LTD https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1303 <p><em>Sustainable finance is a very important term which needs to be considered in a proper context of firm’s financial performance as well as reporting practices. The paper studies the impact of environmental, social and governance variables on financial performance of Hero Motorcorp. The study is conducted from 2018-19 to 2022-23. The study is conducted using multiple regression analysis. The findings of the study suggest that environmental and social variables have impact on return on capital employed and return on net worth. The study provides useful insights as, impact of such sustainable measures have significant impact on investor’s perspective for investing in sustainable firm. </em><em>Through illuminating the concrete impacts of sustainable practices on financial performance, this study offers significant perspectives to scholars and practitioners in the sector. The study facilitates informed decision-making by providing clarity on the connections between sustainability activities and financial outcomes. This helps stakeholders make more ethical investment decisions and encourages the implementation of sustainable corporate practices. As a result, the results emphasize how crucial it is for businesses to view sustainability as a strategic imperative, both to improve their financial performance and to build long-lasting relationships with investors who understand the long-term value creation that sustainable businesses provide.</em></p> Hiren Jigarkumar Jani Dr. Butalal C. Ajmera Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2024-02-25 2024-02-25 7 1 16 20 10.37591/njbeec.v7i1.1303 A Study on Green Marketing Implementation in Indian Companies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoBEC/article/view/1228 <p><em>One of the key issues is sustainable development in business environmentally. Many countries are concerned about environmental issues and supporting entrepreneurship. Continuous rise in education and increase in social and environmental awareness in the country has given importance to many good concepts like green marketing, environmentally friendly products, reusable packaging. Producers are continuously updating the packaging and product designs and processes to get customers’ acceptance in the market. Green marketing makes a novel impression fin the market and for those who desire to plan their products as eco-friendly and attract the large market segment of environmentally caring customers. </em><em>Green marketing has played an important role in satisfying the needs and desires of the customers and keeping the company responsible in maintaining long-term social and environmental gains that they could earn through effective green marketing. Problems such as rapid population growth, scarcity, hunger, conflict, and urbanization damage the environment, causing its rapid deterioration and the destruction of environmental values. Green marketing focuses on the process of making products and services which are constructive for the environment and contribute towards sustainable development. Green marketing covers the widespread scope which includes modifications in manufacturing process to the marketing strategy of a business. Green marketing means production, promotion and distribution of products and services which are environment friendly in nature and protect the environment from its degradation. Green marketing is a modern concept, and it is adopted by companies and business firms due to its harmful effect on the environment. This research paper explains the concept of green marketing, evolution of green marketing, green marketing mix, and challenges of green marketing and explains the companies who are adopting green strategy in the market and explains the factors which can influence the green marketing</em>.</p> P. Venkataiah Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2023-12-28 2023-12-28 7 1 21 25