Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private
It is a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by
person with their country
Types Of Corruptions:
There are two major types of corruptions:
• Petty Corruption: low-level, small-scale
• State Corruption: 'Grand corruption',
impacts whole country.
3. Grand Corruption is further categorized
To win the election, some political leaders try to lure the
voters by offering them food, wealth and others types of
direct or indirect benefits.
kidnapping, murder,violence, injustice etc.
When officers like managers and supervisors, clerks,
peons, etc. are involved, its called administrative
Example: Officers and/or clerks of govt. offices demand
money from public even to do their legal tasks.
It includes duplicating things, mixture in eatables things
and in petrol etc.
Social Corruption (social work)
6. Forms Of Corruption:
Bribery (or transfer of value in exchange for
Embezzlement, theft and fraud
Abuse of discretion
Favoritism, (favoring relatives or friends)
Exploiting conflicting interests
Improper political contributions
7. Effects Of Corruption:
Following are the major effects that a country faces
due to corruption:
Violation of merit
No Economic stability
Less respect for rights.
Less provision of services
Destroying future of education
Law and order situation
8. Cause Of Corruption
The following are the cause of corruption;
The non- uniformity of legal system.
Mental torture and threats.
Financial problems .
These are some major points which must highlight
due to this the corruption rate hopefully decreases and
the country’s economy would be balanced.
9. Has globalization increased the risk
Globalization has increased the risk of corruption but
has also increased the opportunities to curb it
10. What role can the media play in
The media can serve many important functions, not
just exposing corruption but also sustaining an open
and transparent flow of information and fostering a
climate of opinion that is increasingly intolerant of
12. How To Remove Corruption
Break the Corruption chain.
Religion and religious congregations can support and
promote anti-corruption drives.
13. If it doesn’t Exist:
Country will move towards progress &prosperity
The money of the country will exist in country.
Economy of country remains strong.
Every citizen of country will learn to be honest.
This clearly portrays that in order to get the country
developed, we have to eliminate the corruption. This is
only possible when people are educated & honest.
When there is no corruption, then countries develop.