CVC's Integrity Pledge: Mobilising citizens towards corruption-free India

The CVC has set four focal areas for organisations under its anti-corruption campaign - property management, asset management, record management, and technological initiatives

Central Vigilance Commission

Central Vigilance Commission

BS Web Team New Delhi
The Central Vigilance Commission of India will flag its annual 'Vigilance Awareness Week' on October 31, 2022, on the occasion of the country's first Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's 147th birth anniversary. Aimed at raising public awareness around the threats posed by corruption, the week-long drive is based on the theme, "Corruption Free India for a Developed Nation."

The Commission unveiled its ongoing three-month campaign on August 16 to promote vigilance and preventive activities against corruption. As part of these initiatives, the stakeholders, including government ministries, organisations, departments, and individuals, are invited to take an "Integrity Pledge", accessed on CVC's official website.

The e-pledge can be filed either as a citizen or an organisation in three steps. The steps involve registration

First Published: Oct 30 2022 | 5:37 PM IST

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