Corruption and Good Governance in India

  • Aditi Borkar
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  • Aditi Borkar

    Student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

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The UNESCAP's guidelines for good governance are universal, their application is limited by the context-specific cultural, value-based, and leadership concerns. Just implementing Western-style good governance may not work in the Indian context. The extent of corruption in India has grown to such worrisome proportions that the cornerstone of democratic administration has been seriously threatened. Good governance comprises the rule of law, effective state institutions, transparency, and accountability in the management of public affairs. A solid framework that is made up of laws, rules, and regulations that promote effective and responsive government and have mechanisms for democratic decision-making in place is necessary. This Research Article aims to emphasize on numerous implementation related aspects and future directions that will result in Good Governance driven philosophy.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 3939 - 3948


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