Sat. Jul 2nd, 2022

Education is a social process; Education is growth;
Education is not preparation for life; Education is life itself. … John Dewey

The Foundation of every state is the Education of its Youth. … Diogenes

Education is the learning of human souls to what is best, and making what is best out of them?
… John Ruskin

Today we are living in the modern world. But we have a lot of problem like terrorism, poverty, high-population and corruption. My opinion education is a solution for all types of problems. Through education we can change the world.

First of all it is important to know what is meant by corruption? Simply Corruption means lack of integrity or honesty; use of a position of trust for dishonest gain corruptness. Corruption is a universal phenomenon. It is not something new either. Corruption in one form or another existed since time immemorial. A review of penal codes utilized in various ancient civilizations clearly demonstrate that bribery was a serous problem among the Jews, the Chinese, the japanese, the Greeks, the Romans as well as the Aztees of New World (Thakur, 1979:7). In ancient India large-scale corruption dominated public life. Through education ( curricular and co-curricular activities) it is possible to change the world.

Curricular Activities:

1. By giving a place for corruption in the curriculum.

2. Corruption can be explained through Stories and illustrations.

3. Corruption Education has mainly focused on training and educating civil servants and anti corruption practitioners.

4. By introducing a course on corruption and anti-corruption as part of its Master Degree in Developmental Administration.

5.Giving course training to students on identifying where corruption starts and develop strategies to reduce or eliminate corruption entirely.

6. By educating citizen through direct contact by setting up local offices across the religion.

7. Educate people through posters, advertisements and dramatizations; those are all a part in the curriculum.

8. By telling moral and ethical stories in the class room.

9. Role play of a good story in the lesson.

Co-curricular activities:

1. Arranging excursions, field trips and service camps and making the scholars/students to participate actively in them.

2. Organizing service agencies like Scouting, National Service Scheme, Clubs, Associations, etc.

3. Arranging debates, discussions, essay writing competitions etc., on topics like national Integration, Literacy Mission.

4. Celebration birthdays of national leaders, important persons and events.

5. Arranging inter-collegiate and inter-university sports, athletics, games, etc.

6. Dramatization and role play.

7. Making the students responsible in various school managements and college activities

( student/scholar participation)

8. organization of science clubs, literary associations, music centers, recreational centers, adult education programs etc.

9. Organization of morning prayers, celebrating certain Sociocultural festivals, anniversaries, school day, teachers’ day, parent-teacher association meeting etc.

10. Encouraging values in the students by giving the talented and devoted persons awards, gifts, titles, rolling shields etc.

11. Telling about good stories about values and corruption.

12. Conducting different types of competitions regarding to corruption.

13. Giving suggestion to read good books regarding to corruption.

Name:Naraginti Amareswar reddy Father Name: N.M.Reddy Sex: Male Date of Birth: 10th Fed 1981 Ed Qua: M.Sc., M.Ed., research scholar in the dept. of education, sri venkateswara university.

By rahul