We maintain moral values and ethics into the functioning of our organization. Each of the members of our professional team are given weekly training which includes lectures on upholding strong values in life and ethical practices.
In a world where moral values are getting eroded by the day, we believe in reviving the same by setting high ethical standards. Our profession has witnessed evidences of compromise in the past but these instances, do not affect us in any way, for we believe in truth. We at Chunder Khator believe that we must strive to achieve an India which is free from corruption, evil and vice. It might sound utopian, but that will not stop us, from striving towards our dream.
India is a country which has given birth to great men like Swami Vivekananda. Instead of getting carried away by this wave of general degradation, let us seek to act as a barrier and arrest this downward slide. Let us strive towards building a better India – where our deep-rooted culture, values and ethics mould our way of life. We are proud to have given the world great scriptures like the Bhagwad Gita. If only the teachings are followed, an ideal nation will not be far away. This holy soil of India, has nurtured in her bosom, great propagators of Truth. Those epic lines of Asia's first Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, bears testimony to the fact, that adhering to the path of truth, is what has governed our lives for ages. "Where the mind is without fear, and the head is held high", is what Tagore said. We at CKA firmly believe that our head should always remain high for we believe in discharging our professional duties by complying with the ethical standards and fulfilling our obligation to the society at large. It is the responsibility of each citizen of this country to do their bit, and build this nation as our forefathers wanted it to be. Like Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi said, "Be the change you want to see". To sum it up in one line, believe in what the great master, Swami Vivekananda said, "Arise! Awake! And stop not, till the goal is reached!"