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Posted: Nov 03 2016 (16:24)
Last Response: Nov 05 2016 (14:45)
Commentary/Human InterestSCR/South Central -Nov 03 2016 (07:02) Corruption coming down in Railways, says DRM
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Divisional Railway Manager Ashok Kumar on Wednesday said that corruption was coming down in Indian Railways owing to computerisation in sensitive areas such as e-tendering, e-ticketing and e-auction.
Speaking at the Vigilance Awareness Week observed in the first week of November in memory of late Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the first Home Minister of independent India, he said the aim of the Vigilance Department was to eradicate corruption completely. “The need of the hour is updating ourselves through different circulars in our day-to-day working. A bulletin which is released every year during the Vigilance Awareness Week gives valuable information and guidelines in educating the officers and staff in eradication of corruption.”
Nov 03 2016 (16:24)
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Absolutely right!! Lesser the manual intervention, lesser the chances of corruption.
But a word of caution, the automation should be fair, fool-proof and transparent else the full benefits can be not be derived.
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