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karira posted a topic in Off Topic79 percent rise in graft complaints to CVC, crosses 63K mark in 2014 New Delhi: More than 63,000 corruption complaints were received by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in 2014, a rise of 79 percent over the preceding year. The anti-corruption watchdog said it received 63,288 complaints last year as against 35,332 in 2013. These complaints include those filed by whistleblowers and anonymous complainants. "The commission has processed a record number of corruption complaints in the last year. All of them were dealt with within the prescribed time-frame," a CVC official said. The complaints were related to allegations of corruption in various central government ministries and departments, he said. The total of 63,288 is based on CVC's monthly reports for 2014. The final figure may go up or come down. "The final figure will be mentioned in the Commission's annual report, which is tabled in Parliament after June every year and then made public," the official said. Most of these complaints did not require any action due to lack of verifiable allegations and were merely filed as per the CVC corruption handling policy. Rest of them were sent to Chief Vigilance Officers of the ministries concerned for necessary action and report, he said. The anti-corruption watchdog had received 37,039, 16,929 and 16,260 complaints in 2012, 2011 and 2010, respectively, according to its annual reports. Similarly, 14,206 and 10,142 complaints were received in 2009 and 2008, respectively. In 2007 and 2006, the Commission had received 11,062 and 10,798 complaints, respectively. Also, 9,320, 10,735, 11,397 complaints were received by it during 2005, 2004 and 2003, respectively, as per the annual reports. The Commission, which is working without its regular chief for over four months, also dealt with 5,743 cases last year in which it recommended penalty and action against corrupt government officials. The CVC gives its advice in cases of corruption against corrupt government officials and the disciplinary authority of the ministry concerned acts on it. It had disposed of 4,801 cases in 2013, according to the Commission's data. In 2012 and 2011, the probity watchdog tendered its advice in 5,720 and 5,341 cases, respectively. Central Vigilance Commissioner Pradeep Kumar and Vigilance Commissioner J M Garg completed their term on September 28 and September 7, last year, respectively. The CVC is headed by a Central Vigilance Commissioner and has two Vigilance Commissioners. Rajiv, a former Director General of Central Industrial Security Force, is acting as interim chief of the transparency watchdog. As many as 5,522, 5,317 and 4,328 cases were disposed of in 2010, 2009 and 2008, respectively. In 2007 and 2006, the CVC finalised proceedings in 4,672 and 4,683 cases, respectively. "CVC has been stressing on processing all cases referred to it for its advice as early as possible. More number of cases have been disposed of in 2014 as against 2013. This has been done when CVC is facing shortage of staff," the official said. About 230 employees are working in the Commission as against its sanctioned strength of 296, according to its latest annual report. Read More: 79 percent rise in graft complaints to CVC, crosses 63K mark in 2014 | Zee News
How to get my original marks card and extra fee back on discontinuation of engineering in bangalore.
genius_a3 posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportI joined M.V.J. college of Engineering in Bangalore in 2003 bearing USN # 1MJ03TE002 which is affiliated to V.T.U. I have completed my 1st year and paid fee(approx 50000INR p.a.) for the same and entered 2nd year by paying fee for the same, unfortunately got N.S.S.R.(Not Satisfying Sessional requirement) or so called attendance shortage due to health issue which the college did not concider and I was held in 2nd year(4th semester). Restarted 2nd year right from scratch(3rd semester) as per college authorities and had to pay the fee again for 2nd year. Later entered 3rd year as the session started and results for the 2nd year was not yet out, again college made me pay the fee for 2nd year and didn't allow me to wait for the results to be announced, unfortunately after N.S.S.R . as I have lost interest in studies I got year back in 2nd year, however I have paid annual fee totally 4 times which includes fee for 3rd year as well. Now I want my original 10th and 12th marks card back and if possible then the extra fee which I have paid as I am not continuing with engineering. When I asked college authorities for the marks card and extra fee they said forget about the extra fee and you have to pay fee one more time which will be for final year to get the original marks card and it doesn't matter whether you are continuing with the course or not. Is this fair? Could you please help me in any ways, I belong to an average family and cannot afford to pay the fee for other CISCO course which I am planning to do and even if some how I manage the fee then I need my original marks card which is with college.
The Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the Trade Marks Registry to impart training to its officers to help them understand the proper implementation of Right to Information Act. The Commission's direction came after the Registry, which comes under the Commerce Ministry, expressed its difficulty in handling applications filed under the RTI Act due to inadequate training. "I direct the information officer (of TM Registry, Mumbai) to put up a proposal before the highest authority in their organisation so as to take necessary action for providing training to its officials in consultation with the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT)," Information Commissioner Padma Balasubramanian said in a recent order. The order came on an application filed by Mumbai resident P S Pandya who had approached the CIC after not being satisfied by the response of the Registry regarding his query on recruitment rules of its officers. During the hearing before the Commission, the Registry's Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) submitted that its officers were not conversant with the provisions of the RTI Act. It was said that inadequate training of its officers had resulted into a lack of understanding of the proper implementation of the two-year-old legislation. Earlier, the applicant brought the matter before the Commission after the Registry's CPIO expressed its inability to provide the details stating that he did not have access to the information. Its response was also delayed beyond the stipulated time frame. NEW DELHI: 18 Nov, 2007, PTI Economictimes