The Integrity index for public organisations will be computed based on evaluation of operational processes and perception of the same by internal and external stakeholders. Data for evaluation will be submitted online by the respective organizations on a participation basis. Therefore the framework for computing integrity index relies only on primary data, unlike other tools developed elsewhere (Corruption perception index, Transparency International ranking, or Index of Public Integrity).
The framework for computing integrity index was developed in a scientific research based approach. This framework has no global precedence to the best of IIMA's understanding, as it is voluntary for the organizations to undergo the evaluation or not and is built on primary data collection.
At the first stage of development, 25 CPSU's, state organizations and ministry have been selected by CVC for supporting IIMA in developing the framework. The framework at the current stage is evolutionary and there could be further changes in the framework. It is hoped that the framework will support the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in ensuring probity in public organisations
Led by space scientist Dr. Vikram Sarabhai and an eminent industrialist and philanthropist Shri Kasturbhai Lalbhai, and proactively supported by the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, Dr. Jivraj Mehta, a group of enlightened individuals set up IIMA in 1961. This group ably wove together a coalition of five actors - the governments at the centre and the state, local industrialists, the Ford Foundation and the Harvard Business School, to establish the foundations of the Institute.
IMA has been consistently ranked as the premier management school in the country by several national agencies. IIMA programmes are also ranked highly in several international rankings. In 2008, IIMA became the first management school in the country to be awarded EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) accreditation by the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development).
CVC is conceived to be the apex vigilance institution, free of control from any executive authority, monitoring all vigilance activity under the Central Government and advising various authorities in Central Government organizations in planning, executing, reviewing and reforming their vigilance work.
Consequent upon promulgation of an Ordinance by the President, the Central Vigilance Commission has been made a multi member Commission with "statutory status" with effect from 25th August,1998
The CVC Bill was passed by both the houses of Parliament in 2003 and the President gave its assent on september 11, 2003. Thus the Central Vigilance Commission Act 2003 (No45 0f 2003) came into effect from that date.The Commission shall consist of: * A Central Vigilance Commissioner - Chairperson; * Not more than two Vigilance Commissioners - Members; Vide GOI Resolution on "Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of Informer" dated April 2004, the Government of India has authorized the Central Vigilance Commission as the "Designated Agency" to receive written complaints for disclosure on any allegation of corruption or misuse of office and recommend appropriate action.
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