TSSM’s Bhivarabai Sawant College of Engineering and Research Narhe, Pune-41 Mainstreaming Governance and Anti-Corruption in the CAS and Operations: A Guide for Country Teams with Country A quick review of the Bank's Guidelines for addressing governance issues in CASs Get the public behind reform..
– Mechanical Engineering TITLE : CORRUPTION By 1)DESHMUKH CHANDRAKANT (SM-23) 2) DESHMUKH PRATHAMESH (SM-24) Under Guidance of Prof. HIRMUKHE SIR (Assistant Professor) (2014-15) 2.
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. TYPES OF CORRUPTION Administrative corruption Political corruption Grand corruption Petty corruption Public corruption 5 4. TYPES OF CORRUPTION 1) Administrative Corruption: Alters the implication of policies.
Such as getting license even if he doesn’t qualify for it 6 5. TYPES OF CORRUPTION 2) Political Corruption: Influences the formulation of laws, regulation and polices.
Such as reworking all licenses and gaining the sole right to operate the gas station monopoly 7 6.
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4) Petty Corruption: Involve a smaller sums and typically more junior officials • Petty corruption basically use in a low level business 9 TYPES OF CORRUPTION 8 To provide for the establishment of a register in order to restrict people or Example: A municipality needs to contract mechanics to service the state's vehicles..
5) Public Corruption: Public office is misused for private gain. Such as police receive a money for personal gain and drop any criminal offence.
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SOLUTION Lokpal Bill Implementation (Introduced since 1968). Vigorous punishments Anti- corruption websites.
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CONCLUSION India is a fast developing country in the world where our systems are weak.
Who is responsible for this? What action should be taken? What we must keep in mind is “ Nothing is Impossible”.
If we join our hands together there can be an end to this deep rooted evil Liz Dávid-Barrett, lead researcher of 'Corruption in Local Government: The Mounting Risks', gave this presentation at the report's launch event on 9 th October .
A little progress everyday leads to a big result one day……….