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4th report - Preface and Outline (2nd ARC)
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phle muje lagta tha ki mam bahut slow pada rhi hai but ap itne acche se concept clear krti hai ki chije bhulkar bhi nhi bhulayi and interest itna jagta hai ki me 37 videos ek sath dekhta hu again and again practice ho jati hai thanks mam regards, yogendra tomar
Preeti Mandyal
8 months ago
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sir waiting for Mock Test series for UPSC PRELIMS 2018
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
yes Vinod ....u right sir Atleast 20 questions a day till may 31st ......Judy like GS in prelim n CSAT
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
How's your preparation??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
it's going good... need test series in...to solve
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
how's yours preparation
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
little bit good.... Time management more difficult for me. even i didn't get clarity on my Optional Subject.
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Which one u choose optional subject??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
anthropology
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Good
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
gud luck
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
thank you...n same to you
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
tq
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Have you done any attempts in UPSC PRELIMS??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
yes this will be second
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
you?
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Me too. Last time i gave my first attempt. I neglected CSAT PAPER 2. I done good PAPER 1 but its my bad luck
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Do you have any idea about OPTIONAL SUBJECT MATHEMATICS??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
no
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
ok
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
May I know where you from??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
kolhapur... Maharashtra u?
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
kolhapur... Maharashtra u?
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
I'm from Andhra Pradesh wts your background(studies)??
SHWETA JOSHI
2 years ago
graduate in management
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Good
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Nice to chat with you. how can I contact you??Is there any contact number??
Vinod Kumar
2 years ago
Hello
Vinod Kumar
a year ago
hi.... How are you....?? Have you attempt this year PRELIMS....??
Sir we r very thankful to you for providing free of cost education. But now u have started charging fees for various courses & that too very high. Plz continue to provide us education as u are providing.
Sir please make a lesson on " secret of becoming mentally strong "
external motivation is momentary, while internal motivation is permanent. in the words of elon musk, ' i continuously do what i want to do'
due to nervousness and hesitation i am not able to speak english infront of someone and also im not so good to understand hindi...so can I speak in hindi so that i can express my views in a better way...i have googled this question at many places some say that ur views regarding the situation are more important to the examiner than ur language...some say it would be a negative impact etc .. waiting for ur reply
सर अगर हिंदी में भी उपलब्ध हो जाये तो आपकी बहुत कृपा होगी।।
  1. Administrative Reforms Commission Reports Report 4: Ethics In Governance Roman Saini


  2. Course Structure 1. 4th Report- Preface 3. Recommendations of 4th Lokayukta 6. Lokpal 7. Citizen Initiative to Control the 8. Ethical Role of Media and Ombudsman Corruption to combat the Corruption report 1. Reforms into Institutional 9. Use of Information Technology Framework 2. Reforms in Civil Services 3. Ethical Framework for the 10. Promoting Competitiorn 11. Proactive vigilance on Judiciary corruption 4. Modification and Enactment of Important Acts/Laws Introducing New Laws 4. Conclusion 5.


  3. 5 ARCII - 4th Report


  4. "As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world - that is the myth of the atomic age -as in being able to remake ourselves" Mahatma Gandhi


  5. ETHICS IN GOVERNANCE Preface- .Governance is admittedly the weak link in our quest for prosperity and equity in Indian society. Elimination of corruption is not only a moral imperative but an economic necessity for a nation aspiring to catch up with the rest of the world Improved governance in the form of non-expropriation, contract enforcement, and decrease in bureaucratic delays and corruption can raise the GDP growth rate significantly.


  6. The six perceived governance quality measures, each an aggregate of a number of sub-measures, are 1.Voice and accountability; 2.Absence of political instability and violence; 3.Government effectiveness; 4.Reasonableness of the regulatory burden; 5.The rule of law; and 6.The absence of graft- Of these, the last two are the most directly significant in the context of ethical governance. . There is a perception that the public services have remained largely exempt from the imposition of penalties due to the complicated procedures that have arisen out of the Constitutional guarantee against arbitrary and vindictive action .The huge body of jurisprudential precedents has crowded out the real intent of Article 311, and created a heap of roadblocks in reducing corruption.


  7. . While the honest have to be protected, the dishonest seem to corner the full benefit of Article 311. Hence there is need for a comprehensive examination of the entietcormus of administrative jurisprudence to rationalise and simplify the procedures. . Clearly, the absence of rules is not the problem. One cannot mandate honesty. The rule of law can only defeat the perverse mind. However, it cannot defeat the perversity of the heart. .Good governance must be founded on moral virtues ensuring stability and harmony. Confucius described righteousness as the foundation of good governance and peace. The art of good governance simply lies in making things right and putting them in their right place.


  8. Confucius emphasizes the righteousness for life and character building. This is in conformity with Dharma or righteousness as taught by all religions in the world and preached in Buddhism very predominantly in its fourth noble truth. He also emphasizes that man himself must become righteous and then only there shall be righteousness in the world. This is comparable with what Gandhiji said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world" One of the problems is that the present codes of conduct are not direct and to the point. They are full of vague sermons that rarely indicate prohibitions directly The solution to the problem of corruption has to be more systemic than any other issue of governance. The focus should be on e-governance and systemic An honest system of governance will displace dishonest persons. . change


  9. Outline of the 4th Report This Report is divided into nine chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Ethical Framework 3. Legal Framework for Fighting Corruption 4. Institutional Frameworlk


  10. 5. Social Infrastructure 6. Systemic Reforms 7. Protecting the Honest Civil Servant 8. International Cooperation 9. Relationship between the Political Executive and the Permanent Civil Service