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ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT

WHAT IS CORRUPTION ??:

WHAT IS CORRUPTION ?? The act of corrupting or state of being corrupt. Moral perversion ; depravity. Perversion of integrity. Corrupt or dishonest proceedings. Bribery.

DEFINITION:

DEFINITION The term corruption is used as a shorthand reference for a large range of illicit or illegal activities. ADB defines corruption as �the abuse of public or private office for personal gain .

CAUSES:

Police corruption Judicial corruption Corporate corruption Kleptocracy Electoral fraud Red tape Discretionary powers of politician Black money CAUSES

ANTI CORRUPTION LAWS:

Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 Prohibits the taking of a bribe or other gratification by a “ public servant ” “ public servant ” expansively defined Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) charged with inquiring into and investigating offenses Prosecution requires prior government approval Imprisonment and monetary fines State Lokayukta Acts and Rules 5 ANTI CORRUPTION LAWS

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6 INVESTIGATION AGENCIES Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) Central Vigilance Officer (CVO) at undertaking level Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Enforcement Directorate 6

INITIATIVES TO CURB CORRUPTION:

INITIATIVES TO CURB CORRUPTION Right to Information Act, 2005 Government Whistleblower Resolution National e-Governance Plan, May 2006 Transparency Efforts in Public Procurement Integrity pact between government department and each bidder E-procurement, listed as initiatives under National e–Governance Plan CVC guidelines Preventive Vigilance in Public Procurement Defence Procurement Policy 7

DEALING WITH EXTORTIONIST DEMAND:

DEALING WITH EXTORTIONIST DEMAND Positive Deviance Approach Have the courage to say NO and stand by it Written policy not to engage in bribery Strict compliance with legal and regulatory requirements Make representation to higher authorities Encourage and implement E-governance Reward ethical behavior within government 8

INTERNATIONAL ANTI – CORRUPTION DAY:

INTERNATIONAL ANTI – CORRUPTION DAY Is the world aware that Friday December 9 2011 was International Anti-Corruption day? Probably not.

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India Against Corruption (IAC ) is a people's movement to demand comprehensive reforms of anti-corruption systems in India. Several eminent citizens have come together to force the Government of India to enact the Jan Lokpal Bill Website : indiaagainstcorruption.org

Jan Lokpal Bill :

Jan Lokpal Bill The Jan Lokpal Bill was drafted in consultation with the India Against Corruption movement to counter the dilutions in the government sponsored Lokpal Bill . People suggestions, opinions and viewpoints regarding Jan Lokpal bill were also welcomed through their website .

The 'Civil Society' in India :

The 'Civil Society' in India It comprises of several NGOs, out of which 'India against Corruption' is only one; others are, inter alia

Anti Corruption Movement:

It is today’s need for better tomorrow . We must wake up and support by all means this movement across the globe to give better nation to our children It must go on non-violent i.e. GANDHI’s way to let the nation work uninterruptedly and at the same time strong winning voice. Anti Corruption Movement

HISTORY:

HISTORY In earlier centuries nations fought for independence from foreign dominance and in 21 st century the struggle is against domestic dominance of power(Gundaraj / Mafiawad) and corruption. Like in history,participation of each segment including disciplined youth brigade is very important to make it successful.

NEED FOR ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT:

NEED FOR ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT It provides a common platform to interconnect people of the same mindset across GLOBE in NON-VOILENT way and keeping the peace and solidarity.

‘ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT’ WITH ANNA HAZARE:

‘ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT’ WITH ANNA HAZARE A true superman and a great leader Anna hazare, who resembles Mahatma Gandhi and is striving to erase corruption from India.

AIMS OF ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT :

AIMS OF ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT The 2011 Indian movement anti-corruption is a series of ongoing demonstrations and protests across India intended to establish strong legislation and enforcement against endemic political corruption. The movement has gained momentum since April 5,2011, when anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare began his now famous hunger strike at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

AIMS…..:

The chief aim of the movement is to alleviate corruption in the Indian government through a piece of legislation called the Jan Lokpal Bill. Another important aim, led by protest under Swami Ramdev, is the repatriation of black money from Swiss and other foreigh banks. Electoral and Judicial reforms. AIMS…..

CHARACTERISTICS:

Non violent protest Satyagraha Hunger strikes Civil resistance Demonstrations Sit-ins Occupations Fast-unto-death Online activism CHARACTERISTICS

People behind the movement :

Arvind Kejriwal - RTI and Anti corruption activist. Ex. IRS officer. Kiran Bedi - Retd. IPS officer. Prashant Bhushan - a social activist who helps people through the higher judicial system. Shanti Bhushan - Ex. Law Minister Kumar Vishwas - Noted Poet of India, one of the chief strategists and stage compere of the Anna Hazare fasts at Ramlila Maidan, Rajghat and Jantar-Mantar. People behind the movement

Santosh Hegde - Former justice of the Supreme Court Of India, former Solicitor General of India and was Lokayukta (ombudsman) for Karnataka State of India from 2006-2011. Akhil Gogoi - RTI Activist from Assam, a key member in the India Against Corruption movement. Manish Sisodiya - Formerly a news producer at Zee News, a key member in the India Against Corruption movement. Shivendra Singh Chauhan - Handles Facebook, Twitter. Former Times Group Journalist who made the movement pan-Indian, global. Also designed the IAC Logo. Swati Mailwal - A engineering graduate, responsible for ground activities and planning. :

Santosh Hegde - Former justice of the Supreme Court Of India, former Solicitor General of India and was Lokayukta (ombudsman) for Karnataka State of India from 2006-2011. Akhil Gogoi - RTI Activist from Assam , a key member in the India Against Corruption movement. Manish Sisodiya - Formerly a news producer at Zee News, a key member in the India Against Corruption movement. Shivendra Singh Chauhan - Handles Facebook, Twitter. Former Times Group Journalist who made the movement pan-Indian, global. Also designed the IAC Logo. Swati Mailwal - A engineering graduate, responsible for ground activities and planning. TEAM ANNA ….

TEAM ANNA…:

Rishikesh Kumar - A lawyer by profession, responsible for ground activities and colleges in Delhi. Ram Kumar Jha - Logistics manager. Neeraj Kumar - National co-ordinator. Ashwati Murlidharan -Media coordinator and Official spokesperson. Amit Mishra - Handles the national helpline. Javed Khan - Pamphlets and poster designer. Firoz Khan - Media analyst. Ashim Jain - International co-ordinator. Medha Patkar TEAM ANNA…

SHIFT TO MUMBAI:

SHIFT TO MUMBAI WHILE RAMLILA MAIDAN WAS A CENTER OF ACTION IN THE FIRST MOVEMENT IN AUGUST 2011 , THE STAGE HAS SHIFTED TO MUMBAI FOR THE SECOND ROUND ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT , WHICH STARTED ON 27 th DEC,2011. ANNA CONTINUES FAST DESPITE HIGH GRADE FEVER.

THREE MONKEYS…..:

The three wise monkeys have money in their ears, on their eyes and in their mouths. It appears as though these monkeys, in comparance with the three original ones that "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil", - see, hear and speak of everything they are being payed for. THREE MONKEYS…..

CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX:

Since 1995, Transparency International (TI) publishes the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) annually ranking countries "by their perceived levels of corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion surveys.” The CPI generally defines corruption as "the misuse of public power for private benefit." As of 2010, the CPI ranks 178 countries "on a scale from 10 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt).” CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX

CORRUPTION IN INDIA :

Political, bureaucratic, corporate and individual corruption in India are major concerns. A 2005 study conducted by Transparency International in India found that more than 55% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or influence peddling to get jobs done in public offices successfully. CORRUPTION IN INDIA

Project Development Process :

Project Development Process Use of internet , newspapers , magazines Collection of data Editing Preparation of PP Presentation Spell check Texturing

Difficulty faced and The process used to overcome the same.:

During the whole project the problem was power failure which was overcome by battery backup and time management. Difficulty faced and The process used to overcome the same.

Software and Hardware used:

Ms power point Internet Sound forge Ms word etc. Software and Hardware used

THANKS TO :

THANKS TO Principal , Mrs.Jamila Singh Computer Science Department , MCGS My Friends

VIJETA BALANI CLASS -8th MAYOCOLLEGEGIRLS’ SCHOOL AJMER,RAJASTHAN:

VIJETA BALANI CLASS -8 th MAYOCOLLEGEGIRLS’ SCHOOL AJMER,RAJASTHAN

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