The Ethics in Governance is a report by the second administrative reform commission. The report is important for good governance and draws it inspiration from the eminent ICS officer, A.D.Gorwala (1951) who mentioned that there were 3 cardinal principles of good administration - Efficiency, Economy and Integrity. Currently, integrity is very low on priority. The 'Transparency International' has time and time again slammed India for its low integrity index and the phenomenal rise of corruption in the high place, corridors of power and right down to the humble peon. The report asks the Indian Government to halt the onslaught of unethical conduct in public affairs and critically analyses the root of impropriety and immorality in public places. It recommends reinventing probity and rectitude in the entire domain of governance. This book is an excellent, must read for all serious students and practitioners of Policy Sciences, Management Sciences and Public Administration.
This book is authored by Dr.Ramesh K Arora MPA, MPhil, PH.D was head and dean of the university of Rajasthan and professor of Public Administration at HCM Rajasthan State Institute of Public administration, Jaipur. He was the recipient of the prestigious Fulbright scholarship and has also authored or edited more than forty books which include Ethics and Accountability in Government and Business, Corporate Governance and Vision and Values.
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