a) introductory classification of corruption and the possible ways to defining it.
b) Classifying corruption to make the embedded characteristics more distinct.
c) Typifying corruption and thereby making its segregated wings more easily recognizable.
d) The possible origin and subsequent expansion of corruption are delineated under the chapter dedicated to causes
e) Nature of corruption presents simple leads to locate the same
f) Intensity of corruption provides the real picture that haunts the country
g) Level of awareness dissects the present social response to existing forms of corruption.
Praveen Thul, in his “Analytical study of corruption in India”, does not say mute after defining and classifying corruption. He makes sure to induce realization among his countrymen, for he is himself aware of the lack of disciplinary education among en mass. In strong words, he urges them to be vocal and show proactive dedication to fight against corruption.
Praveen Thul is an Ex- sergeant of Indian Air Force. During his childhood days he was enthralled by the disciplinary life a solder at the defense forces had to life. The fancy gradually turned into a dream and finally became his singular ambition in life. Thus as soon as he had completely his schooling, he succeeded in joining the IAF as an Airman. He has completed his graduation and post graduation from the University of Pune, his tenure in the Air Force. He had even qualified as a UGC-NET certified lecture. His “Analytical Study of Corruption In India” is published by Power Publishers in 2011.
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Book: Analytical Study of Corruption In India
Author: Praveen Thul
Price: Rs. 400
Official website: www.praveenthul.com
Publishing Date: 2011
Publisher: Power Publishers