Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values of ICSI notes – CSEET
Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values of ICSI:
ICSI CSEET: The Council of the ICSI has released a notice regarding CSEET on the day of the inauguration of ICSI Golden Jubilee Celebrations on 4th Oct 2017.
The Gazette Notification on the Company Secretaries (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 has been published on 3rd February 2020 in the Official Gazette of India and the same shall be applicable from the said date of publication.
Now ICSI Published a notice regarding CSEET Test which going to start from 2020 May.
We are now going to discuss the details of CSEET Paper-2 Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning – Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values of ICSI notes.
Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values of ICSI:
VISION: To be a global leader in promoting Good Corporate Governance
MISSION: To develop high calibre professionals facilitating good Corporate Governance
MOTTO: Speak the Truth, Abide by the Law
CORE VALUES: Core values are the expression of beliefs, followed by an individual, group or community in their personal or professional behavior, individually or collectively. The ICSI identifies for itself and its members the following core values:
- Being ‘stakeholder-centric’
The ICSI’s vision to be a global leader in promoting Good Corporate Governance is a promise to the nation. It casts upon the ICSI and the profession of Company Secretaries a huge responsibility to deliver upon this promise, with objectivity and integrity as core values. There is no middle path to integrity.
Etymologically, the word ‘integrity’ derives from the Latin word ‘integer’ which means whole or complete. In this context, integrity may comprise the personal inner sense of wholeness deriving from character, courage and consistency. As integrity conveys a sense of wholeness and strength, members shall be guided by a set of core principles that will empower them to remain consistent with high standards, viz compassion, dependability, generosity, honesty, openness, transparency, loyalty, maturity, objectivity, trust, and wisdom.
The term ‘ethics’ has its origin from a Greek word “ethos”, which means character or custom – the distinguishing character, moral nature or guiding beliefs of a person, institution or a group.
‘Ethics’ in its simplest form means possessing a sense of right and wrong. Whatever is conscientiously right is ethical; whatever is not, is unethical. In other words, ethics is the sense of right and wrong, coupled with a desire to do good in some measure for someone.
The ICSI has been built on the principle of ethics and its members continuously strive to promote ethical practices, and hold the profession in high esteem, which is integral to maintaining quality and reputation of both, the ICSI and its members.
The ICSI, its members and the Team ICSI pledge to uphold the established principles of professional ethics, values and standards and will always promote honesty and transparency in their behavior, practices and processes.
Reliability is an assurance of quality of service and commitment. At the ICSI, reliability is a core value reinforced by stringent processes specially focusing on quality of service, predictability and reliability. The values are an intrinsic component of work culture and sustainable growth. Quality and predictability through commitment and value-added services is what would be the strongest USP of the ICSI and its members. We shall continuously build on reliability as our core value for it is the sum total of quality service to our stakeholders.
Ownership is synonymous with responsibility, accountability and empowerment. The idea of ownership is much more than simply a willingness to accept own criticism, deficiency or oversight. It is more about setting one’s priorities, placing rightful obligations on others as high as obligations to self. To be responsible is to always do the right things in the eyes of valued stakeholders and the public at large. It is to value the trust and confidence stakeholders put in them. It is about commitment to keep a promise or make right some unintentional wrong, even when it is inconvenient to do so. “Ownership being one of our core values, we believe that it will reduce risk, increase efficiency and contribute to goodwill, reputation and brand image of the Institute and the profession. We shall uphold this at all times.”
Stakeholder is our most valued constituency when it comes to being able to achieve our goals. We believe in constant stakeholder consultation and in translating their aspirations into achievable goals. We take pride in having a transparent and stakeholder focused approach in having a trustworthy and collaborative relationship with them.
It will be our endeavor to constantly activate new channels and pathways to not only meet but beat the expectations of our stakeholders. This window into the future will help us to achieve sustained performance and growth.