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"There are seven things that will destroy us: Wealth without work; Pleasure without conscience; Knowledge without character; Religion without sacrifice; Politics without principle; Science without humanity; Business without ethics."

-Mahatma Gandhi

Organizations that defy the life cycle are the ones that not only deliver sustained growth and profitability, but they do this on a strong foundation of values and code of conduct. Organisational history is galore with examples of how mighty companies fall because individuals choose to do what is expedient or convenient and not what is right.
A code of conduct acts like a moral compass or a rudder on a ship that tells us whether we are going in the right direction or not. We have adopted the Code of Conduct established by Kokuyo. The eleven principles defined by Kokuyo are the foundations on which we can aspire to reach our goals. They will be our guiding stars.
As employees of the company, you are faced every day with a number of business decisions. Each day brings with it, new opportunities and challenges that sometimes require difficult choices. Following the Code will help us uphold our corporate culture that is focused on integrity and also ensure we comply with laws and regulations that govern our businesses.
If we have to live by our Code of Conduct, each one of us needs to understand the behaviour expected from us. As an initial step, you will be invited for brief sessions to understand the Code of Conduct. We will then be sharing the Code of Conduct for you to read, reflect on and understand in detail.
Your commitment to our Code of Conduct is imperative and I am confident that you will engage your heart and mind in living up to Kokuyo’s principles.

Dilip Dandekar

Chairman & Executive Director

Kokuyo Camlin – Code of Conduct

“Artists are just children who refuse to put down their crayons.”- Al Hirschfeld