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Journal DOI No:
03.2021-11278686

Title:
Good Governance In India : Promoting Transparancy and Combating Corruption

Authors:
SUPRIYA KUMARI

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SUPRIYA KUMARI ,
Good Governance In India : Promoting Transparancy and Combating Corruption,
International Research Journal of Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies (www.irjhis.com), ISSN : 2582-8568, Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Year: October 2021, Page No : 26-30,
Available at : http://irjhis.com/paper/IRJHIS2110006.pdf

Abstract:

ABSTRACT: Recently the term “good governance” plays a very important role in the modern governmental system. Now people are very conscious and aware about the functioning of the government. The government also tries to satisfy the general people where good governance creates an environment that fosters strong and equitable development and it is an essential complement to sound political policies. Good governance signifies a participative manner of governing that functions in a responsible, accountable, and transparent manner based on the principles of efficiency, legitimacy, and consensus for the purpose of promoting the rights of individual citizens and the public interest. Good governance means securing justice, empowerment, employment, and efficient delivery of services. The paper deals with these subjects in detail and also analyses administrative and political fault –lines. It identifies the criminalization of politics and corruption as two major challenges. The paper lists several areas of concern that need to be addressed energetically and calls for synergy of efforts between government, the market, and civil society. The need is to formulate a national strategy that accords primacy to the Gandhian principle of “antyodaya” without sacrificing growth and by making instruments of State accountable for good governance.



Keywords:

Accountability, Consensus Oriented, Effectiveness, and Efficiency, Good Governance, Participation, Responsiveness



Publication Details:
Published Paper ID: IRJHIS2110006
Registration ID: 20442
Published In: Volume: 2, Issue: 10, Year: October 2021
Page No: 26-30
ISSN Number: 2582-8568

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