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National Conference on Prevention of Corruption in India: Challenges Ahead (PCICA - 2015)

H.N.B. Garhwal University is going to organize the National Conference on "Prevention of Corruption in India: Challenges Ahead"

Date: 16th - 17th May, 2015
Venue: Seminar Hall, HNB Garhwal University Campus Badshahithoul, Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand

About the Conference:
The inception of corruption started with our opportunistic leaders who have done greater damage to our nation. People who work on right principles are unrecognized and considered to be foolish. Corruption in India is a result of the connection between bureaucrats, politicians, businessmen and criminals. Earlier, bribes were paid for getting wrong things done, but now bribe is paid for getting right things done at right time. Corporate sector corruption like less weighing of products, adulteration in edible items, charging high profit margin and bribery of various kinds have incessantly prevailed in the society. Tax evasion is one of the most popular forms of corruption. In Municipalities and Nagar Nigams, in the assessment of property tax the officers charge money even if the house is built properly as per Government rules and regulations.

Political corruption is the worst in India. The major cause of concern is that corruption is weakening the political body and damaging the supreme importance of the law governing the society. Democracy, state security, rule of law, sovereignty and integrity, basic human rights etc are under the attack of corruption. Today, corruption is not the problem of India but it has become a global threat with global effects; it has become challenge to the whole community of civilized nations. Fighting corruption has emerged as a key development issue in India in recent years.

It is said that if corruption levels in India were reduced to levels in developed economies such as Singapore or the United Kingdom, India's GDP growth rate could increase at a higher rate annually. As a result there were no unemployment problem, no poverty and would be more development. Now the time has come that demon like corruption must be killed from the country.

Keeping this in mind a little endeavor is being made in this direction to get the solution for the problem of corruption by organizing a National Conference. The conference shall provide a platform to various stakeholders and address contemporary issues for eliminating corruption. This conference would deliberate on the following:


  • Impact of Corruption on Economy
  • Corporate Ethics & Corruption
  • Avoidance of double tax agreements and corruption
  • Anti-Corruption Movements & Measures
  • Various Kinds of Corruptions and their prevention
  • Role of NGOs/Societies in sensitisation and controlling corruption
  • International Cooperation to tackle Corruption
  • Any other issue relating to the theme

Call for Papers:
All Academicians, Administrators, Scholars, Students, are invited to submit their papers along with abstract on any of the sub-theme of the conference for consideration. The abstract should strictly not exceed 600 words and the research papers should be ideally around 5000 words typed in Hindi (Kruti Dev 10) and English 12 point font in Times New Roman.

All the abstracts should reach us on or before 20th April, 2015. The last date for submitting complete research papers is 30th April, 2015. The paper should contain topic/title, name of author, mailing address, telephone No. and email address. Papers should be written in Harward style. Submission of paper via e-mail is preferred and alternatively, one hard copy along with a CD can be mailed to the Organizing Secretary. There is a planning to publish the selected papers in an ISBN Numbered book subject to author's registration and payment.

Best Paper Award: From each technical session a best paper will be selected by our editorial committee and that will be awarded.

Registration Fees:

  • Industry/NGO/Society: Rs. 2000/-
  • Academician: Rs. 1000/-
  • Scholars/Students: Rs. 800/-
  • Foreign Delegates: $100

Demand draft should be in favour of the PCICA-2015, HNBGU, Badshahithoul, (Tehri Garhwal) payable at Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand.

On account of limited Guest House/Hostel accommodation of the university, accommodation will be available for delegates on first come first serve basis. For other delegates, accommodation will be arranged in nearby hotels on chargeable basis. Room charges in the hotels vary from Rs. 1,000/- to Rs. 5,000/- per day. Those desiring to avail this facility should clearly indicate the same in the registration form in advance.

Important Dates:

All the abstracts should reach us on or before

20th April, 2015

last date for submitting complete research papers is

30th April, 2015

Conference Date

16-17 May, 2015

Dr. Krishna K. Verma
Convener/Organizing Secretary
School of Commerce,
HNB Garhwal University,
Campus Badshahithoul, Tehri Garhwal.
Phone: +91-8394057487, +91-8791237825

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