Without a shadow of a doubt, cancer is the deadliest disease that humans encounter in their lives. With doctors and medical scientists working round the clock, tirelessly, we have somewhat been able to give scant relief to the dying patient. Continue reading “Now Cancer can be detected 6 years in Advance! – Dr Zahra Hussaini”
Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably, but originally, they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. Continue reading “Consentia On Multi-Disciplinary Research!”
Many people in the world don’t know how to do Research, But they don’t ask anyone’s help. I don’t know why? Continue reading “How to do RESEARCH?”
When you are a law student you see things differently.
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Arbitration is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts.
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Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably , but originally they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. However, if they stick to these boundaries they may reach a point where the project cannot progress any further. They will then have to bring themselves to the fringes of their own fields to form new concepts and ideas–and create a whole new, interdisciplinary field. A transdisciplinary team is an interdisciplinary team whose members have developed sufficient trust and mutual confidence to transcend disciplinary boundaries and adopt a more holistic approach. Continue reading “Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research : Part III”
“Institutions such as Tihar which are inhabited by thousands of people behind huge blind gates can be seen either by the inhabitants sent in by court orders or the few “privileged” persons in charge.”
During my internship in the Tihar jail in the month of December, 2013, I had the opportunity to observe the life of people inside the barricaded walls of one of the largest detention and correctional facilities in the world. I also had the opportunity to observe the various welfare schemes and their functioning in the Tihar Jail for the inmates and was pleasantly surprised. Continue reading “INDIAN PRISON SYSTEM : CASE STUDY OF TIHAR JAIL”
The youth of India have become aware of the infirmities of our society retarding its progress, the parasites gnawing at the vivaciousnessof our economy, the failure of the safeguards put in place by our Constitution and the supplanting of the purity of our religious beliefs by militancy and radicalism. The youth are beginning to raise their cries against the association of governance with corruption, the numerous hurdles in our criminal justice mechanism and the imperfections of our existing legal system. The youth are clamouring for freedom of scientific and artistic innovation,the cleansing of the rogue elements within our keepers of law and order and the independence of our state institutions from the iron hand of the ruling elite. Continue reading “IN CONFLICT WITH MEDIOCRITY: WHAT I CAN DO..??”