Rohtak: On Friday, Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduates were urged to concentrate on integrity, accountability, and openness by Comptroller and Auditor General of India GC Murmu. The CAG added while speaking online to MBA students at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Rohtak that management students should keep in mind the needs of the country and consider how their work, innovations, and contribution could benefit other Indians.
Stressing that audit is an integral part of accountability, he said every organisation has a system of a check through internal and external audits. "Responsibility in any organisation envisages accountability, accountability to the stakeholders, shareholders, investors and public at large. Fairness, integrity, accountability and transparency form the cornerstone in any venture or profession," Murmu said.
The CAG added that everyone is expected to show sensitivity and dedication to the issues of sustainable development and the environment. He said, "I am confident the institute recognises all of these and will sufficiently prepare you all in these areas as part of general grooming for the future."
IIM Rohtak opened its doors in 2009. With approximately 1,600 students enrolled in a variety of lengthy programmes, IIM Rohtak is now the IIM with the largest student body.