Badan Lal Nyachhyon
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Badan Lal Nyachhyon is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Oct 4

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Past President
Rotary Club of Mount evrest Lalitpur
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Rotary Club of Mount Everest Lalitpur has included "Promotion of Ethics and Rotary's 4 way test" in its annual program. This will create opportunity to involve the colleges in demonstration of the interest to promote Ethics in the Professional and Personnel life of new generation and institutional behavior. We intend to share our experience from the programs executed and expect to explore effective ways of promoting the Professional and Institutional Ethics and explore ways to contribute towards policy reforms.

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