Integrity: Uphold integrity & ethical leadership: NHRC chairperson | Hyderabad News

Integrity: Uphold integrity & ethical leadership: NHRC chairperson | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: Uphold integrity, empathy, and ethical leadership principles, said Justice Arun Kumar Mishra, chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission of India on Friday. He highlighted the critical role of pursuing justice, equity, and the common good through public policy.Speaking to the graduates during the second graduation ceremony of the Kautilya School of Public Policy (KSPP), Mishra stated, “As you embark on your respective journeys, uphold integrity, empathy, and ethical leadership principles,” and stressed the significance of students’ contributions to the future of public policy. He encouraged the graduates to honour their institution, family, and country by leading meaningful and purposeful lives.During the ceremony, 25 students received their degrees, and merit medals were awarded to the top performers. The Yanamandra Mallikarjuna Rao Gold Medal was shared by Pranitha Pullamaraju and Priya Bhatkar. Antara Maitra received the dean’s award, while Pranitha Pullamaraju was also honoured with the President’s gold medal for achieving the first rank in the Master’s programme in public policy.

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