ICCB (Module 3) - Corruption
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    ICCB (Module 3) - Corruption ICCB (Module 3) - Corruption Presentation Transcript

    •  Legally it can be defined as an act done with an intent to give some advantage inconsistent(i.e. not in agreement) with official duty and the rights of others. Examples like criminal offence of bribery, extortion, fraud, deception, collusion, cartel, or similar offence. It is the abuse of public resources or misconduct for private gain.
    • FAVORITISM: - Prejudice - Discrimination - Nepotism Authority: TRIBUTE: -Privilege - Commissions corruption-Harassment - Tapping -Abuse - bribes Competence: -cheating - Theft - indolence
    •  High political competition; High and uneven economic growth; a weak civil society; the absence of institutional mechanisms to deal with corruption.
    •  Corruption tends to increase in a period of rapid growth and modernization. A country’s ratio of political to economic opportunities affects the nature of corruption. There tends to be less corruption in countries with more social stratification, more class polarization and more feudal tendencies
    •  The most important factor is the nature of the human being. Moral and spiritual values are not given utmost importance in educational system, which is highly responsible for the deterioration of the society. The salary paid to employees is very less and as a result of which they are forced to earn money by illegal ways.
    •  The political leaders have spoiled the society completely. People of India are not awakened and enlightened.
    •  Right to Information Act (RTI) . Central Vigilance Commission (CVC). Strong and stringent laws . Establishment of special courts for speedy justice .