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Privatization Will Remove Corruption

i Sumana Chakraborty
Category: Politics
Date: 09/04/2011
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If not entirely, but to a huge extent privatization will lead India towards a less corrupt nation. The private sector runs on a more organized manner. There is descipline and strict rules followed in every private organization as opposed to government sector. There is no scope for making false promises. If you dont do your job or take part in unlawful means you would be immediately terninated. Moreover, the recruitment policies, I believe, are way more logical. One has to meet the basic cretiria like educational qualification and prior experience in order to get a job in the private sector.

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Privatization Will Remove Corruption

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Privatization Will Remove Corruption

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No chance to take bribes

 

 

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Serious actions will be taken if anyone gets into unlawful acts

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Fair recruitment policies

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Not all sectors can be privatized like education, since it is not possible for everyone in a country like India to afford education at high cost

 

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The main motto of private sector is to read more profit, and not look into less corruption

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Human greed leads to corruption, and this might exist in the private sector too

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human greed leads to corruption as in private sectors employees have fixed salaries so they can fullfil thier greeds and in addition they even get incentives or bonuses frm which they can increase their purchasing power

Posted by Nidhi Khanna on 24/09/2012 at 11:43 AM

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corruption do exist in pvt. sector but not on large extent its just a drop in a ocean..if caught doing wrong penelty is very big --loosing job. when comes to public sector corruption is huge it is just institutionalised from peon to chairman. still we cannot make our driving licence or passport without paying bribe to officer. I am strongly in favour of privatisation.

Posted by on 15/07/2011 at 08:33 PM | X

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All good, but ideally the government should take the role of the regulator and ensure transparency and fair competition, then I would say, privatization is the cure to all our problems now, but unfortunately that is not the case.........

Posted by Muralidhar Duvvuri on 14/06/2011 at 11:57 AM

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I cannot toke the name of an insurance company just because it is a public forum, but it is private & the employees are simply white collar thieves.

Posted by Swetarupa Chatterjee on 10/06/2011 at 03:10 PM

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I think privatization can lead less corruption in india because. private sector always grow fast then other sector. they work on growth nd performance nd if a person is not working according to company or if its performance is not good then the person can be thrown out the company. because of this, employess works hard for their promotion. nd a environment of competition can be seen there. nd one more thing that is growth which we can see in private companies, which is most important nd can make our country grow fast at rapid rate. so my friend please support privatization so we can see a developed india. JAY HIND

Posted by on 04/06/2011 at 02:42 PM | X

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corruption it based on the nature of the ppl..not on the work which ppls do.

Posted by on 04/06/2011 at 09:09 AM | X

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free economy with regulator intervention, thats what we need! information archiving and access should be privatized so that red tape can be loosened.

Posted by on 12/04/2011 at 12:17 AM | X

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Privatization will also bring in fierce competition to get and retain customers ... At least you may expect better customer service ...

Posted by Kamanashish Roy on 11/04/2011 at 09:44 PM

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'Human greed leads to corruption, and this might exist in the private sector too'----I think private investors will be more greedy and exploit resources more frequently.

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rather than changing structure,i guess the mindset of the INDIAN People needs to change,if you look at usa,it is one of the leading corrupted nations,yet a flag bearer of capitalism,however on the other hand,we can always look towards the structure of the Scandinavian nations and learn from them,what ever we do....the mindset of the people needs to change

Posted by on 10/04/2011 at 04:43 PM

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but we cant compare the mindsets of the two countries with different cultures is it not????then how can u compare with european countries???

Posted by Tanumoy Hazra on 27/05/2011 at 04:20 PM

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Privatization means business and hence cost of everything will rise. Also private sector does not guaranty fair recruitment policies or good work ethics always. Private banks cheat and harass people more than national banks. And as far as recruitment is concerned cracking government job exams is tougher compared to the private sector interviews. And in both cases you can get away if you know someone influential, but that too will be tougher for government jobs. According to me the only problem is lack of discipline in government jobs. They should be managed well and made to follow strict rules. That is a huge task, but privatization is not a solution as it will make the customer's (by cheating and forcing to pay more money in the name of service) and employee's (definitely) life hell.

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but with the recent corruption cases involving big corporates counters the whole 'transparent process' argument!! wholescale privatisation will bring with it the problems of crony capitalism!!

Posted by Krishnendu Sanyal on 09/04/2011 at 11:35 PM

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in some cases Private Sectors can be the death nail on corruption as the process involved in private sectors is a lot more transparent!!

Posted by Krishnendu Sanyal on 09/04/2011 at 11:34 PM

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