Fairness in Competitions, Awards, Honors, Prizes etc.
In India there is no fairness in Competitions specially government, Awards, Honors & Prizes. My suggestion is that to bring fairness rules must be drafted & put forwarded before public, videography of all competitions must be done, competitions marks must be done with ball point pen and not pencil (as done in government competitions) so that manipulation cannot be done, immediate photograph of marksheet must be done so that marks cannot be changed or marksheets cannot be changed, in regards awards reason of rejection of each and every nomination must be clearly briefed to person nominated so that he can rectify or add details in his next nomination, proper rules for each award selection must be laid and briefed and brought infront of public on websites. I hope this will create little transparency and stop "BanderBat" present in government organisations today. more
In that case Shri. Anna Haraze Ji must have been rewarded with Bharatna first and not Tendulkar.
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When interview based selection for regular Government posts are biased than how can one expect fairness in Awards / Recognition / Prizes in government system? more
I agree with Kushal Kalyani with regards to competitions .Fairness in judges is also important and how we can stop favourism and selection of award committee shall be also fair.
G.K.Naidu, Hyderabad more
I had a very fundamental issue with these awards. Is it the governments business to give awards of any kind, especially padma shri etc, film awards, and such others. I think the government should strictly limit itself to governing the country properly with minimum interference in the private lives of her citizens. These awards were given in the era of maharaja and maharani and of course the kings and queens of England! It is so feudal! more