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Emperor of all maladies

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Nothing fits more then to educate ourselves & understand the Endemic problem of Corruption in India Today!!!

Nothing fits more then to educate ourselves & understand the Endemic problem of Corruption in India Today!!!

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  • 1. Emperor of all Maladies in IndiaCorruption
  • 2. The Cat Closes its eyes & drinks the milkit thinks no one is watching
  • 3. What’s the current trend ?GivingFavors for benefitshas become our culture.
  • 4. The Psychology behind…CorruptionEveryone aspiresfor ahigh classliving.
  • 5. Falls Justification…everyone does itso do I
  • 6. You yourself are taintedso don’t point at me
  • 7. The Robin hoodexcuse…
  • 8. The Revenge excuse…
  • 9. It will take agesfor them to discover &who’s been punishedfor doing it anyway till date?
  • 10. Why waste time& energy &be a Sourin their eyes
  • 11. I know it but don’t have the gutsto expose them causeI want to have a safe job
  • 12. Some Stats…a. (2005) more than 62% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or influence peddling to get jobs done in public offices successfullyb. (2008) about 40% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or using a contact to get a job done in public officec. After 2008 the % of Indians having paid bribes reduced but the government achieved a magnanimous & dubious distinction as Emperor of taking bribes. ( Media Says)
  • 13. Transparency International defines Corruption as…Corruptionis the abuse of entrustedpower for private gain. It hurtseveryone who depends on theintegrity of people in aposition of authority
  • 14. Causes1. High taxes and excessive regulation, authorization requirements by bureaucracy
  • 15. CausesLack of transparency
  • 16. Causes Too Complicated taxes & licensing systems
  • 17. CausesMandatedspending programs
  • 18. CausesLack of competitive free markets
  • 19. CausesMonopoly of certaingoods & Serviceprovided byGovernment Institutions
  • 20. CausesLack of stern penaltiesfor corrupt behavior byPublic officials &Politicians
  • 21. CausesLow pay / No Pay
  • 22. CausesCulture of impunity (exemption from punishment or loss or escape from fines)
  • 23. Causes Theignorant, preoccupied, un educated, overburdened citizen…
  • 24. As a result… Each individual or business decides if the effort requiredin due process and the cost of delay is worth paying the bribe demanded
  • 25. As a result… 2 The desire to pay lower taxes than those demanded by the stateexplains the demand side of corruption
  • 26. As a Result… 3 The net result is that thecorrupt officials & politicians collect bribes, state fails to collect taxes for its own budget, and corruption grows.
  • 27. Effects Corruption leads to thedepletion of national wealth.
  • 28. EffectsCorruption impedes democracy & the rule of law
  • 29. EffectsDelay and inefficiency dueto introduction of red tapeto extract morebribes, proving publicinstitutions and officesillegitimate
  • 30. Effects Increased costsof goods and services
  • 31. EffectsInflation
  • 32. Effects Imbalanced economicdevelopment
  • 33. EffectsWeakling work ethics & professionalism
  • 34. EffectsUnhealthy competition
  • 35. EffectsLowering the private marginal productivity of capital (MPC i.e the additional outputresulting from the use of an additional unit of capital) &hence lowering the investment rate also… as they are directly proportional
  • 36. EffectsLower Growth Rate
  • 37. Effects Corruption discourages peopleto work together for the common good.
  • 38. EffectsIncreased poverty & lack of basic needs like food,water and drugs, depletion of natural resources, Pollution, jealousy, hatred & insecurity.
  • 39. What to do?1. Albert Einstein - "If I had an hour to solve a problem Id spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.”2. Correct Diagnosis is very important before finding a remedy for the diseases
  • 40. Solution? Corruption can berooted out when people join together to change the system that facilitates it
  • 41. Fight forTransparency
  • 42. ImbibeAccountability
  • 43. Imbibe
  • 44. Show
  • 45. ShowCourage
  • 46. PracticeJustice
  • 47. Be…Democratic
  • 48. Thank you!!! Rtn. Amit Gopal ChauhanRotary Club of Kalyan, Rotary District: 3140 +91 9769442462 amit2462@hotmail.com

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