The word ‘moral’ and all its derivations come from the Latin term ‘Mos’ which means manner, custom and habit. According to Webster’s New International Dictionary, ‘moral’ refers to “fixed customs or folkways imbued with an ethical significance”. In its general phase, the term ‘moral’ refers to a system of personality traits which are in harmony with the inner nature of the individual and which are in accordance with the values approved by the society.

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