Comptroller and the Auditor General of India, G C Murmu while addressing online the MBA students of IIM Rohtak said that today’s students are tomorrow’s business leaders and will play major role in corporate governance, inclusive growth and development of the economy
No matter where the management students in future work, they should keep in mind the needs of the country and think of how their work, innovations and contribution could help fellow Indians. This was stated by the Comptroller and the Auditor General of India, G C Murmu while addressing online the MBA students of IIM Rohtak here today. "Not only is this your social responsibility, it also makes immense business sense," he said. "Today’s students at IIM Rohtak are tomorrow’s business leaders and will play major role in corporate governance, inclusive growth and development of the economy," Murmu added.
The CAG believes that MBA graduates can create a powerful impact on the sustainable development of the society through resources and avenues they have through their corporate organisations and business setups. "It becomes your responsibility to use your skill, talent and capability to identify and create strategies and projects that will have an impact on the urgent social, psychological and ecological problems and make a positive contribution towards shaping an inclusive society." Congratulating IIM Rohtak for having a record percentage of more than 60 per cent of female students in the MBA programme, Murmu hoped that students of this institute would also be pioneers in encashing social entrepreneurship in the years to come.
Stating that audit is an integral part of accountability, Murmu said, "fairness, integrity, accountability and transparency form the cornerstone in any venture or profession. Not only compliance with stated policies, procedures and methodologies is expected but also professional ethics and high moral standards are desired in any venture and for larger interest of the development, growth- be it of the organisation or of the Nation. There is global concern for sustainable development and environmental challenges for which sensitivity and commitment is expected from all. I am certain the Institute recognises all these and will equip you all adequately in these aspects as part of overall grooming for the future."