Business Ethics

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APEEJAY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

ASSIGNMENT
OF
Business Ethics

TOPIC: - A CASE STUDY ON SATYENDRA DUBEY
NAME: - DAVINDER DHINGRA (20/056)
YASH GAUR (20/095)
CLASS: - PGDM -1ST YEAR
SECTION: - B
SUBMITTED TO: - DR.DEEPANKAR CHAKRABARTI

Business Ethics

Case Study on Satyendra Dubey

Introduction:-
Satyendra Dubey was a project director at the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). He was murdered in Gaya, Bihar after fighting corruption in the Golden Quadrilateral highway construction project. Personal Life:-

He was born at the village of Sahpur in the Siwan district of Bihar, India.  The family of five girls and two boys subsisted on a small piece of land, and Bageshwari also held a low-paying clerical position in a nearby sugar mill. Until the age of 15 he studied at the Gang Baksh Kanodiya High School in Sahpur and then joined junior college at Allahabad, about three hundred kilometres away. He was admitted to the Civil Engineering Department of IIT Kanpur in 1990, graduated in 1994. Subsequently, he did his M. Tech (Civil Engg.) from Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, and Varanasi in 1996. Professional Life:-

He was selected for the Indian Engineering Service (IES) in 1996, India's top engineering bureaucracy and joined ministry of surface transport. While at the ministry he once called the police when offered a bribe In July 2002. He was employed by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). Dubey became the Assistant Project Manager at Koderma, Jharkhand, responsible for managing a part of the Aurangabad-Barachatti section of National Highway 2 (The Grand Trunk Road). This highway was part of the Golden Quadrilateral Corridor Project, the Prime Minister's initiative, which aimed to connect many of the country major cities by four-lane limited-access highways totalling 14,000 km, at an overall cost more than USD 10 billion. During this period, Dubey got the contractor of the project to suspend...
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