 Corruption means the state of being dishonest, especially in matters concerning money.  It creates a very impact to the...
 On the basis of administration:- Political Corruption Administrative Corruption Professional Corruption
 Lack of employment Lack of proper system Lack of economical stability Lack of love for country Lack of autonomy( pol...
 Loss of National wealth Hindrance and obstruction in development  Backwardness Poverty Authority and power in wrong ...
 Value education Responsible citizen Effective leadership and administration Media Transparency Legislation(strict a...
 2G Spectrum Scam Commonwealth Games Scandal IPO Scandal Satyam Scandal Bofors Scam The Fodder Scam The Hawala Scan...
 The Prevention of Corruption Act came into force inSeptember 1988. It was an improvisation of the Act of1947. Thus if a...
 All these corruptions are due to the leaders of thiscountry, as well as the citizens. The leaders are promoting the cit...
 All the politicians should realize what their mainduty is. Black money should be sealed by thegovernment. Youths shoul...
 http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com http://www.indiastudychannel.com
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  1. 1.  Corruption means the state of being dishonest, especially in matters concerning money.  It creates a very impact to the countrys education, occupation, living style and mostly the humanity.  India was ranked 94 out of 176 countries surveyed in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2012, 
  2. 2.  On the basis of administration:- Political Corruption Administrative Corruption Professional Corruption
  3. 3.  Lack of employment Lack of proper system Lack of economical stability Lack of love for country Lack of autonomy( political independence) Lack of effective management andorganisation Lack of effective leadership
  4. 4.  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
  5. 5.  Value education Responsible citizen Effective leadership and administration Media Transparency Legislation(strict act’s) Declaration of wealth and assets Loyalty and patriotism Effective and regular vigilance
  6. 6.  2G Spectrum Scam Commonwealth Games Scandal IPO Scandal Satyam Scandal Bofors Scam The Fodder Scam The Hawala Scandal
  7. 7.  The Prevention of Corruption Act came into force inSeptember 1988. It was an improvisation of the Act of1947. Thus if an offence against a public servant is proved inthe court there will be imprisonment of not less than 6months upto 5 years and also the person may be fined.
  8. 8.  All these corruptions are due to the leaders of thiscountry, as well as the citizens. The leaders are promoting the citizen towardscorruption by showing money. The main cause of corruption is alsomodernization of life style In modern society they dont think about thecountry and its future, due to which indirectly theyare responsible for this.
  9. 9.  All the politicians should realize what their mainduty is. Black money should be sealed by thegovernment. Youths should make a revolution against it. Punishment should be given to all the corruptperson in India.
  10. 10.  http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com http://www.indiastudychannel.com
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