(35.172.233.215)
Users online: 3176    [ij] [ij] [ij] 
Email id
 

Asian Journal of Management
Year : 2017, Volume : 8, Issue : 3
First page : ( 635) Last page : ( 641)
Print ISSN : 0976-495X. Online ISSN : 2321-5763.
Article DOI : 10.5958/2321-5763.2017.00101.9

Whistle blowing: Facing challenges in India

Dhawan Shivangi*, Mokha Anupreet Kaur

Department of Commerce, SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, India

*Corresponding Author E-mail: shivangidhawan13@gmail.com

Online published on 22 September, 2017.

Abstract

History is the witness of whistleblowers in India. Maharaja Nand Kumar was the first blower of British India. He was a revenue officer under the Nawab of Bengal. Nand Kumar blowed whistle against Governor General Hastings that he accepted bribes from nawabs and others. A British judge presided over Nand Kumar's forgery case and he was hanged in full public view at the banks of Hoogly River near Kolkata. This story sums up that how dangerous it is to blow a whistle in India. Blowing whistle in India can carry high personal risk, particularly when there is very little protection. In vocabulary of Corporate Governance, the term ‘Whistle blowing’ is a recent addition but it is an old phenomenon. This paper focuses on ‘Why it is so hard in India’ to blow a whistle.

Top

Keywords

Whistle Blower, Retaliation, Wrongdoing, Dangers, Ethical Concerns.

Top

  
║ Site map ║ Privacy Policy ║ Copyright ║ Terms & Conditions ║ Page Rank Tool
436,725,460 visitor(s) since 30th May, 2005.
All rights reserved. Site designed and maintained by DIVA ENTERPRISES PVT. LTD..
Note: Please use Internet Explorer (6.0 or above). Some functionalities may not work in other browsers.