Discussion : MBA Oath - Is it relevant?

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:: hello everybody, I am Lajwanti D'Souza, joined Pagalguy as a consulting Editor. Formerly was editor of India's largest tabloid the Mid-day and before that wrote for the Times of India. I am writing an article on the MBA Oath which is toda...
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Hi Laj...My take on this...Oath gives you sense of responsibility towards your profession, so taking an oath might change few mindsets and align them to do what is expected.

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Oath as such might not serve the purpose .. even the oath taken by doctors doesnt have the desired effect in all cases .. what could be started is a morality check during the admissions stage in b schools say during the interview or the written test ..if implemented properly, that would serve the purpose

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hello everybody,
I am Lajwanti D'Souza, joined Pagalguy as a consulting Editor. Formerly was editor of India's largest tabloid the Mid-day and before that wrote for the Times of India.
I am writing an article on the MBA Oath which is today synonymous with just-named dean of Harvard Nitin Nohria. Would like your comments on the same.
Is the Oath a practical idea?
Would you want to start a similar excercise in your B school?
You think an Oath of this kind will change your perception to your life as an MBA.
Do reply, would love to know your comments
Laj
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