CVC Event on Corruption: Prevention Is Better Than Punishment

Shri Ashok Arora, Author and Motivational Speaker, delivering the 26th lecture of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) ‘Lecture Series’ on “Making Life Musical for Professional Excellence”, in New Delhi on December 29, 2017. The Central Vigilance Commissioner, Shri K.V. Chowdary is also seen.
Shri Ashok Arora, Author and Motivational Speaker, delivering the 26th lecture of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) ‘Lecture Series’ on “Making Life Musical for Professional Excellence”, in New Delhi on December 29, 2017. The Central Vigilance Commissioner, Shri K.V. Chowdary is also seen.

An author and speaker Ashok Arora delivered the 26th lecture of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) ‘Lecture Series’ on “Making Life Musical for Professional Excellence” in Delhi today.

In his interactive lecture, the speaker said that all problems today are due to lack of training of the mind and the soul. The main theme of his talk was on the need to encourage honesty and to shame the corrupt, which he felt would be most effectively done through the power of positive love rather than fear.

He spoke about the need to build national character as a means of building a better nation, and felt that in their work, all officers should strive for prevention of corruption as being more effective than punishment alone.

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The importance of fundamental duties and the role of different institutions such as the judiciary were also explained, with several examples drawn from our recent history.

The central idea was that professional excellence could best be achieved by inner development of the personality, not by externally acquired knowledge alone.

Full time and part time Central Vigilance Officers (CVOs) based in Delhi / NCR attended the lecture along with top officials of the vigilance administration. The Central Vigilance Commissioner, K.V. Chowdary, was also present.

The lecture was available for online viewing as it was webcast live through National Informatics Centre (NIC).

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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