TIM Talk on “Traffic Awareness – Die for No Reason”
The Ethics Club of TKM Institute of Management, (TIM)presented a ‘TIM Talk’ on 27th of March 2018, on the topic Traffic Awareness with the motto ‘Die For No Reason’. The talk was given by Shri Rajesh Kumar T, Sub Inspector of Police, Poyappally (Ezukone Circle). He is a graduate from St.Stephens College, Pathanapuram, did hispost-graduation in sociology and started service in the year 2004. The program started promptly at 2 p.m.with welcome speech by Ms. Roshni S, TIM 23, and the session was anchored by Ms. Lakshmi S Babu, TIM 23.
Dr. JayaramNayar, Director, TIM was then welcomed for the presidential address. The Director in his speech stressed on the importance of ethics in the corporate world and cited the case of Enron, Punjab National Bank,Satyam Computers that lost its goodwill due to the lack of ethics in their business. He also went on to the topic of consequentialism and urged the students to maintain the necessary etiquettes while they enter the corporate world.
Mr. Rajesh Kumar referred to the prevalen troad culture of Kerala and the general attitude that the Keralites possess, no matter where they are in the world. He then cited some the fatal cases of accidents, mostly by teenagers that he attended to, for the past one year. Sometimes, the youngsters get high and drive recklessly at the cost of not only their own lives but also of the innocent pedestrian’s. He pointed out that the consequences of driving without license, RC book, insurance etc by quoting IPC sessions 180, 181, 184 & 184(A). The audience was wonder struck when he shared his own personal accident experience where the police jeep in which they were travelling, got hit on the divider and got somersaulted, leaving the driver unconscious and he rest with severe injuries.
The speech was concluded in a beautiful manner by making the students swear as to always abide by the law and order and to be responsible citizens of future. The session came to an end with the vote of thanks by Akza Jose, TIM 23 and the gathering was dispersed at 3.50 p.m.