Ethics Case Study – NREGA

In a village named karkala,a woman doesn’t have an aadhar card.Despite attempts to get enrolled,the effort has been futile due to failure of the government machinery to take her fingerprints.Because of this she is denied work under NREGA and got no rations.She is the sole bread winner of the family but with no source of income.Despite SC declaring Aadhar as voluntary it is treated as mandatory for being part of social welfare schemes.This came to your notice and you are the district collector.

1.What are the possible actions you can take and what are the consequences arising from those actions.
2.What ethical dilemmas you would face as an administrator for resolving this issue?
3.What is the effective way to comeup with a solution for this situation and why?
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