The index, which ranks 180 international locations and territories by their perceived ranges of public sector corruption based on consultants and enterprise individuals, makes use of a scale of zero to 100, the place zero is very corrupt and 100 may be very clear.

PTI

PUBLISHED ON JAN 28, 2021 07:37 PM IST

India’s rank has slipped six locations to 86th amongst 180 international locations in a corruption notion index (CPI) in 2020.

For 2020, Transparency International (TI)’s corruption notion index was launched on Thursday.

The index, which ranks 180 international locations and territories by their perceived ranges of public sector corruption based on consultants and enterprise individuals, makes use of a scale of zero to 100, the place zero is very corrupt and 100 may be very clear.

India’s rank is 86 out of 180 nations with a rating of 40.

“India was ranked at 80th position out of 180 countries in 2019. The CPI score for India is constant this year as well as the previous year’s score,” the index stated.

India continues to be very low on corruption Index, the report stated, noting that consultants really feel the CPI doesn’t mirror the precise corruption stage in any nation. The integrity rating determines the corruption scenario of a rustic.

This 12 months, New Zealand and Denmark had been ranked at first place with scores of 88. Somalia and South Sudan had been ranked lowest at 179th place with scores of 12.

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