'Students can play effective role in making graft-free society'
New Delhi: Aiming at making corruption-free society, the Central Vigilance Commission has undertaken an initiative to reach out to the students directly or indirectly to create awareness among the public at large about the ill-effects of corruption.
"As the students are capable and can play an effective and result oriented role to convince their parents, other family members and neighbors as they were the dearest one to them," said Central Vigilance Commissioner, KV Chowdary while addressing the students, RWAs, MTAs, employees, senior officers of New Delhi Municipal Council, North MCD, East MCD and Delhi government at a seminar organized on the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week at NDMC Convention Centre on Wednesday.
He administered the Integrity Pledge to the audience and gave away the trophies and meritorious certificates to the students, adjudged best in the speech and painting competition on the theme of "Fight against corruption" organized by NDMC in its schools.
Chowdary said that however the punitive and preventive measures have its own effects for eliminating the corruption in some extent but most importantly the technological intervention and streaming administrative process will play an important role in substantially reducing the corruption.