Few of B schools and even new IIMs have replaced GD with WAT hence, Written Ability Test has also become a tool to test MBA aspirant on assessing overall communication skills and personality, so it is also equally important and crucial component of MBA admission process.
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Netas have created cobwebs of corruption
Over the last few decades, Netas in India have created cobwebs of corruption that are immensely difficult to eradicate. In every sector, Indians witness acts of corruption and they are simply hindering the progress of India.
According to Transparency International, more than 62% of the people in India are guilty of paying bribes or peddling influence to get their work done in a government office. In fact, many people have the perception that in India, things cannot proceed smoothly unless bribes are given.
The en route stoppages, including the checkpoints, are breeding grounds for corruption. About 60% of the forced stoppages on the roads by authorities, including the police, are for the sole purpose of extorting money.
Instead of punishing the police and related authorities that stop vehicles for no reason, Netas have encouraged this crime and the traffic police make use of such channels to make money quickly.
The government implemented the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) in 2005 for the purpose of providing livelihood security in rural areas. However, even after spending Rs 40,000 crores on this welfare scheme, the government has not been successful in achieving its objectives.
This is because corrupt officials, instead of channeling the funds to the poor, have been pocketing the funds on behalf of fake rural employees. This is the situation that India is in today – the government creates programs for the poor for the sake of showing the country and the world that it is concerned about the welfare of its citizens but it misuses the funds of such programs for its own gain.
In hospitals, schools and offices, corruption is rampant. While awarding contracts and tendering processes, the government has been accused of being corrupt. In fact, in every sector, corruption is present and it has gone so deep into the society that it is extremely difficult to reduce the extent of corruption, let alone eradicate it.
This is the reason why many people claim that there are cobwebs of corruption in India, which simply stick to the ceiling, refusing to budge.