The real impact of crowdsourcing as a tactic to utilise collective power to address certain social challenges is under debate and a number of risks and challenges have been identified. The aim of this research is to fill some critical gaps in the knowledge about ICT enabled anti-corruption interventions to further our common understanding of what works, why and in what circumstances. Data will be gathered through semi-structured in-depth interviews, participant observation and focus groups discussions. The research will be carried out in two phases; prior launch of the project and once the project has been running for some months. Involved individuals, users of the system as well as listed individuals on the website (i.e. University staff) will be interviewed. The results will be disseminated through a peer-reviewed article and/or conference papers.
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Corruption in India has become daily business of our daily life.Youths and students form the basis of our society and to fight corruption,is to strengthen grass root of the society.Youth and Students have major role to play in the fight against corruption.Simple way is to keep themselves away from corruption and bring changes in our society.Students should actively participate in social services, which indeed will bring lot of changes into our society.More the youths take active participation, faster the change in our society,a strong step towards fighting corruption.
A student has a great responsibility of decision making which would reflect the future of our country.Students should actively take part in administrative services,get into IAS, IPS, bureaucracy. This would bring lot of changes into bureaucracy and a big step to end corruption.
Students and youth's fight against corruption is not to oppose corruption but to act against it.
All these can happen when there is strong willingness in youths to fight against corruption.