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    • WELCOME
    • PRESENTED BY; MBA - A BATCH (2011-2013)SOP GROUP – 4 ANN MARY JOSE ARAVIND . T ATHUL M.V NIKHIL .K SINI ABRAHAM VENUGOPAL . V
    • CORRUPTION ININDIAN SOCIETY
    • INTRODUCTION Corruption is a type of strategic action. Two or more people undertake an exchange relation by way of a successful transfer of money or power which sidesteps legality or morality to regulate the relation. India is the 84th most corrupted country in the world.
    •  A corrupt society stops valuing integrity, virtue or moral principles. It exploits India’s scarce resources. Derail country’s credibility and economic stability. The recent scams tells us about free loot of resources and the power of having big “surnames” like Tata’s, and Ambani’s.
    • MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERNS: Politics and bureaucracy. Land and property - Where officials steal state property. Service sector – Like education, banking, communication , health care etc. Eg: Non-availability of medicines, fake medicines.
    •  Income Tax Department- Favorable tax treatments. Armed Forces – Allegedly selling defence stores in black market in border districts of India. Religious institution- Some of the churches of North India are making money by selling baptism certificates.
    • CAUSES OF CORRUPTION Lack of effective management and organization of administrative mechanism. Lack of economic stability. Lack of effective political leadership.
    •  Diminishing values in the society. Diminishing patriotism. Lack of awareness about policies and procedures. Low literacy rate.
    • TOP 5 CORRUPTION SCAMS IN INDIA 2G Spectrum Scam Common Wealth Games Scam. Telgi Scam IPL Scam Satyam Scam
    • Whats 2G ? Second Generation wireless telephone technology. Three primary benefits of 2G networks:  Phone conversations were digitally encrypted.  Greater mobile phone penetration levels.  2G introduced data services for mobile, starting with SMS text messages.
    • 2G SPECTRUM SCAM The 2G spectrum scam in India involved the issue of 1232 licenses. Price set as per 2001. Under pricing of 2G spectrum resulted in heavy loss of 176,379 crore rupees.
    •  Spectrum allocation process to favor select companies. This issue came to light after option of 3G services. The scam came to public notice when Subramanyan Swamy filed a case to Supreme Court. Bandwidth of Defence department was sold.
    • The scam involved allegations regarding: The under pricing of the 2G spectrum by the Department of Telecommunication. It resulted in a heavy loss to the exchequer. The spectrum was allocated to favour selected companies.
    • CONSEQUENCES OF CORRUPTION  Loss of National wealth  Hindrance and obstruction in development  Backwardness  Poverty  Authority and power in wrong hands  Brain drain  Rise in terrorism and crimes  Rise in suicide cases  Psychological and social disorders
    • CURES FOR CORRUPTION IN INDIA Value education Effective and regular vigilance Responsible citizen Effective leadership and administration Strong Media support( through films, ads , serials) Strong Legislation Social organisation
    •  Declaration of wealth and assets Transparency Appointment and admissions Religious sermon Loyalty and patriotism Dedicated and diligent leaders Coordination and control
    • SUGGESTIONS Lokpal Bill Implementation (Introduced since 1968). Anti-corruption police and courts. Vigorous punishments Anti- corruption websites. Anti- corruption Organizations. Self determination of not to give bribe. Awareness and campaigns through medias, social networking sites, road shows etc.
    • CONCLUSION India is a fast developing country in the worldwhere our systems are weak. So there is always a chance ofcorruption. Who is responsible for this? What action shouldbe taken? What we must keep in mind is “ Nothing isImpossible”. If we join our hands together there can be anend to this deep rooted evil. The only thing is it takes time. Alittle progress everyday leads to a big result oneday………..may be tomorrow. Be Good and Do Good.
    • THANK YOU