The institute of technology (ITT) is the country’s most corrupt institution, according to the Corruption Perception Index (CPI).
The institute was ranked at #37, followed by the IT department at #40 and the finance department at 38.
The CPI is a ranking of the 100 largest public institutions in the country.
The CPI ranks institutions according to their perceived ability to benefit from government support.
The index is calculated based on a variety of factors, including the extent of government support, the extent to which the institution is managed by a government agency, the quality of its governance, and the extent that government and non-government actors are accountable for their actions.
The CPI does not attempt to measure the quality and efficiency of governance.
The institute’s rating is based on the number of corruption allegations against the institution in its Annual Report and other documents, which are often released by the institution to the public.
According to the institute, it has an “anti-corruption policy” that provides transparency and accountability for government officials, civil servants, non-governmental entities, and others.
It has also introduced “a transparent, accountable and accountable regulatory system” to ensure that institutions and employees are not abusing their powers.
“It is important to note that the CPI is not the only institution in the world to rank institutions according the extent and nature of their corruption, but it is the only one to rank them on this index,” said Prashant Bhushan, a research fellow at the institute.
A spokesperson for the institute told The Hindu that it has received a lot of criticism for its performance.
“The CPI has been very proactive and committed in its campaign to clean up the institute of corruption, so we are happy to have made it #1 on the list,” said the spokesperson.
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