Corruption, the biggest bane in Indian Democracy, is the most detrimental force to the National progress and prosperity. The distress of people relating to corruption is getting higher, so are the protests against this monster. Sharing the same feeling, Faculty of Engineering, TMU organized a debate competition on Role of Technology in making India Corruption Free on 2nd November 2017. 18 Participants took active part and expressed their views by illustrating various examples. Most of the participants were of opinion that undeniably, Technology has proved a great help to find solutions to the problem. Execution of e-government solutions has resulted in a substantial lessening in the levels of corruption since it perks up the efficiency and transparency of public administration and is a great way for better communication and providing information to citizens. It is also of great use in spreading awareness about this burning issue and to report abuses. E-taxation employ for collecting tax and payment proffers more transparency to the system, and to cut out possible corrupt tax collectors also speed up the tax processing time and ease the procedure of paying taxes.Kashish Jain,B.Tech ME Ist year was acknowledged as the winner of the debate.
Kashish Jain,B.Tech ME Ist year was acknowledged as the winner of the debate. Pranjal Jain,B.Tech Me Ist Year and Shashank,B.Tech Civil IInd were on IInd & IIIrd position respectively.
|1||B.Tech||Ist||ME||ANAV KUMAR SHARMA||Participated|
|8||B.Tech||Ist||ME||PARAS KUMAR JAIN||Participated|
|11||B.Tech||Ist||ME||SHREE PRAKASH MISHRA||Participated|
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