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Title:Perception of Students on Ethics
Abstract:Quality of an institution can be assessed through ethical behavior questions and its perception from students’ point of view. Ethics is a paramount consideration that plays an important role in daily life. Ethics commonly refers to rules and principles that define a right or wrong conduct. The role of a University/ College is not only subject teaching but also educating students about ethical situations and how they must react/respond to it. Students are often prone to ethical violations and professors must educate the students to smartly handle them. Educators’ ethical/unethical way of looking at situations would highly have an instant impact on students. Professors should hold a high standard of ethics. This paper discusses the results of samples collected from two main institutions in Puducherry region alone. The focus is on students’ perceptions about certain ethical situations/behavior. It also measures professors’ role in shaping the students’ overall behavior. The results reveal that most of the situations discussed are unethical from students’ point of view and there is generally no demographic association between ethical situation questions and students’ perceptions. It is also evident that most of the students are satisfied with the professors’ role in shaping their overall development and grooming their personality. Keywords: Conduct, Ethical situations, Students’ perceptions.