How to eradicate corruption - Times of India

Appreciating the gesture from ACAON, Professor Sola Fajana, the Vice-Chancellor of the University stated that the partnership is coming at a time wherein corruption needs to be crippled for the furtherance of economic growth and stability in the country.

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A government white paper recommends that delegations of duties should be observed in the civil service as a matter of practice. It also recommends that the problem of delays in decision and actions should be redressed by training in time management, review of procedures, setting of standard time for work and delegation of duties………obsolete and inefficient office producers in the civil service should be periodically identified and reviewed…….Government should embark on a commitment to eradicate corruption both in the public service and in the larger society………recommended strict engaged in should be applied against those found to have engaged in corrupt practices and they should publicly exposed……..remuneration in the civil service should be made sufficiently attractive to discourage corruption.

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Assessing the efficiency and impact of national anti-corruption institutions in Africa.

Bangladesh is confronted with a number of governance challenges. The present chapter analyzes three major governance challenges facing the country. All these challenges have far-reaching implications for the future progress and development of the country unless properly addressed. First and foremost challenge is the institutionalization of the democratic governance system in the country. Second, eradicating corruption from the polity is one of the most important challenges of today. Corruption has spread like cancer in all walks of life throughout the nook and corner of the country. Third, avoiding the tendency to politicize public services for narrow personal, group, and political interest is another key challenge of governance in Bangladesh. Politicization of public services is a continuing practice since the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent country in 1971. Quick mitigation of the three challenges will enable institutionalization of democracy, eradication of the curse of corruption, and merit and performance based public service. At the end of the day effectively facing the governance challenges will benefit citizens of the country.