Subject 2 - Corruption in Government Recruiting - Inputs Needed
With this post, we would like to seek your inputs on how Corruption takes place in recruiting. From senior appointments in large PSUs, other GOI undertakings, jobs in Central/State Govts, Police Forces, share all instances you have come across.
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We look forward to understanding as many issues and then developing a comprehensive list of issues, followed by creating awareness and submitting to authorities so corrective actions can be taken.
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Lobbying is very commonly used channel for appointment in Senior positions. Suitability of a person according to the role, responsibility, qualification and experience is required to be assessed by two external bodies to be defined in a transparent manner who should be management experts and they need to be involved in structuring the organisations, as well. Unfortunately, most of the time organisation struture has never been optimised for effective working and performance. Just defining number of post without appropriate role and responsibility is common phenomenon in public sectors and even in private sectors today. more
Unless the conscince bite, there is very little that can be done to restrict corruption. more
I am unable to understand as to how the members of the circle can highlight on the issue with correct data and statistics! The comments, we offer, would either be acquired from some news papers or hearsay from some of the citizens, which need always not be true and based on facts. more
In Karnataka even for transfer bribe is taken. Whoever approaches with money will be transferred. It is reported by news papers. They get the information from the public. more
Full marks to UPSC for honest selection process. In states, branches of state UPSC be set up and staff should be from other states to keep integrity intact. It is possible to stop malpractice to a great extent. more