No business ethics for UP Board Class 11 students this year – education

Class 11 students in schools affiliated to the UP Board, who have taken commerce, will not study social responsibilities of businesses and business ethics, as well as the role of businesses in environment protection, as part of their business studies paper this year, UP Board officials said.

On September 18, the Board had adopted a syllabus based on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for Class 11 commerce students. On September 24, through a gazette notification, the state government implemented a 30% course reduction for this pandemic-hit academic year (2020-21) that has seen schools forced to remain closed for a substantial period of the year.

Under the 30% course reduction, social responsibilities of businesses and business ethics, role of businesses in environment protection, were left out from the course for the business studies paper, but only for this year.

Officials pointed out that the state government had

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Business Leaders Embrace Data Ethics as an Essential Part of Business Strategy

Information Governance expert cites data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as motivation for data ethics strategy—in a new article from Messaging Architects

HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB) October 02, 2020

Messaging Architects, an eMazzanti Technologies Company and data compliance solution provider, discusses three factors that motivate enterprise business leaders to adopt data ethics business strategy in a new article on the Messaging Architects website.

The informative article first reviews the data ethics problem. The author then discusses data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as factors that elevate data ethics to the level of business strategy. He concludes by listing several data ethics principles for readers to consider.

“Considering today’s data-savvy consumers, expanding data regulations and the revenue impacts of poor policy, a comprehensive data ethics strategy supported by robust data governance tools should not be optional,” stated Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at Messaging Architects.

Below are a

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