Corruption is a global problem that poses a threat to economic growth, democracy and the political stability of both wealthy and poor countries alike. Furthermore, corruption challenges the very foundations of societal health and destroys citizens’ trust in leadership and system. Consequently many countries including India have attempted to curb internal corruption that affects all levels of government and society.
Corruption is a very bad thing and it is the root cause for inferior quality of work and poor efficiency. Corruption is like a slow poison to the body.
Our political system is corrupt, administrators are corrupt, executives are corrupt, legal system is corrupt. When the public approach for their needs authorities asks for bribe to do the job. People have become pessimistic about the prospects of fighting corruption successfully. Hence , there is an urgent need for awareness-raising campaigns showing the everyday effects of corruption and the effective means to curb corruption. This increased awareness is vital for any nation’s success and the role of young students and people is especially crucial in this regard as they are the backbone of any country.
The students should inculcate the right values in themselves. The students, who learn morale values and ethics, grow into honest and dignified citizens. They can play a pivotal role in the eradication of corruption in public life as their hearts will be clean and they will not indulge in corrupt practices in their professional and personal life.
If highly educated and intelligent youngsters get into politics and govern the nation then the nation can further progress tremendously with eradication of corruption.
Learned students can become journalists and do good innovative journalism in exposing the corrupt persons.
Educated students with ethics and high morale can become honest police officers. They can take prompt actions against culprits.
Students who become doctors can avoid...
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