New Delhi: Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement, which has drawn attention of the entire nation, is a classic example of management and how people create impact by raising significant issues.

According to students studying in top management colleges, the attraction of people towards Hazare and his anti-graft movement should be included in management textbooks.

“In our curriculum, we are taught how to pull maximum crowd and attract them towards the company by sitting at top positions of the company. Hazare’s attraction towards people should also be included in it,” said one of the students studying MBA (HR).

In a bid to support the crusade against corruption, students of Faculty of Management, Delhi University, reached the Ramlila Maidan and were amazed by the crowd present there in support of Hazare.

“There is some unique attraction in Anna Hazare which pulls people from various genres and sections of the society. The campaign kicked off by Hazare was long awaited,” said another student.

“Anna Hazare’s campaign is a big idea,” the student added.

If the Centre refuses to listen to Hazare, they will have to pay for it during elections, they said.

JPN/Bureau