9/11/11

The Short, Tragic Life of Koun Srey Neth, 15

I found this article on Cambodia Daily on 11/09/11 very ridiculous. How can everyone treats a homeless girl like this? even after she was raped, murdered, not even her uncle or her aunt came to the authority to take the body? They all said bullshit things about her being spoiled and stubborn!!! shit .... 

NGOs Vs. Private Sector => HR

I really couldn't help myself out from my confusion world. I really do no know which road I should choose. I always dream to help society, and bring peace to the world. However, again and again I am still lost. 

If I choose to work for Stock Market, I think I should have clear cut. Working for stock market by involving and comment on the new laws, regulations, will push the procedure faster. This
will help economic, development, and there will be jobs for people so people will have rice to eat at least. 

Human Rights sounds good, but at the same time there are more than 3000 NGOs in Cambodia. What are the benefits? I do not see many of them could really help, but bring trouble instead. Only small number of NGOs that could really do something to contribute to khmer society. 

Therefore, I would be working for a power private sector to see a different angle of society on how to improve the quality of khmer society. 

9/7/11

GNLU Press Note

No. 20/2011

UGC Recognises GNLU Unique Legal and Interdisciplinary Education Model & Allocates 9.67 crore Rs Grant

Thursday, 8 September 2011

University Grants Commission of India has allocated a grant of 9.67 crore Rs (2.1 million USD / 1.5 million Euros) to GNLU under the 11th Plan. UGC grant includes, among others, 5 crore Rs for general development of GNLU, 4.60 crore Rs for various education, research, extension and training schemes and 5 lakh Rs for quality control and monitoring programs and activities.

UGC recognized that the “GNLU has created a unique learning environment for the students to achieve their professional objectives. Research and training coupled with solid grounding in theory prepares them for various segments of employment – be it judiciary, academic or legal profession…to produce professionals who are technically sound, professionally competent and socially relevant. GNLU has also developed an extensive mid-term plan (2009-2014) with clear goals and objectives.” UGC also took note of the GNLU role as a nodal agency to enhance overall standards of training, research, education and extension for 32 law colleges. UGC recommended GNLU to implement all terms and conditions as per the UGC Pay Scale and the 6th Pay Commission for the academic and administrative staff members.

The UGC also observed that “GNLU has a unique and innovative model of legal education in the country. It imparts merit based admission, society-oriented curriculum and modern pedagogy…is also engaged in serious qualitative research law and interdisciplinary subjects.” UGC also recognized GNLU research in the areas of reduction of backlog of cases, law, development and politics as well as world trade and competition.

Recognising that GNLU “is the second lowest in the fee structure amongst all other national law universities and therefore,more financial aid would go a long way in making this as a model university in terms of access, equity, quality and relevance.”

GNLU Director Bimal Patel expresses, on behalf of the GNLU and on his own behalf, to everyone who supports in the realization of GNLU vision of becoming a role-model law university. With the state-of-art world class infrastructure upcoming with the inspiring support of the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Mr Narendra Modi and the Government of Gujarat, GNLU aim to become a role-model law university in the nation and the world. GNLU aims to continue achieving high standards of a model law university with the full support of the Government of Gujarat, UGC, GNLU statutory bodies, as always.



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Bimal N. Patel
Director
Gujarat National Law University
E-4, GIDC, Electronics Estate
Gandhinagar 382 028 (Gujarat)
INDIA
Tel: + 91 79 2328 7157 / 8
Fax: +91 79 2328 7156
Email:
vc@gnlu.ac.in
Website: www.gnlu.ac.in




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Bimal N. Patel
Director
Gujarat National Law University
E-4, GIDC, Electronics Estate
Gandhinagar 382 028 (Gujarat)
INDIA
Tel: + 91 79 2328 7157 / 8
Fax: +91 79 2328 7156
Email:
vc@gnlu.ac.in
Website: www.gnlu.ac.in

9/5/11

NATO Unclassified/Releasable to the Internet

The NATO School in Co-Operation with

The International Institute of Higher Studies

in Criminal Sciences (ISISC)

announces its 2011


Shari’a Law and Military Operations Seminar

28 November – 2 December 2011

at the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), Siracusa, Italy



This seminar is offered because of its immediate importance to NATO’s ongoing missions: the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan (ISAF), Operation Unified Protector, Kosovo Force (KFOR), support to the African Union mission in Somalia (NSM Somalia) and for the African Standby Force, NATO Training Mission–Afghanistan (NTM-A) and NATO Training Mission–Iraq (NTM-I); and NATO’s numerous supporting relationships with Mediterranean Dialogue countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Mauretania, Morocco and Tunisia), Istanbul Cooperation Initiative countries (Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar) and other countries such as Pakistan where Shari’a Law applies.


The goal of this seminar is to provide instruction to military officers, legal advisors, operational planners, political and policy advisors by internationally pre-eminent scholars on Shari’a. The seminar will offer an introduction to Shari’a Law, specifically discussing crime and punishment in the Sharica, law of armed conflict, religiously motivated political violence, women’s and minorities’ rights and operational issues. The proposed schedule is attached to this notice.


Place: International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), Via Logoteta 27, Siracusa, Italy

Date: 28 November – 2 December 2011

Registration deadline:25 September 2011

Fee: 439,00 Euro


To register, forward (by email or fax) the attached NATO School Seminar Joining Report to the ISISC Programme Coordinator Ms. Stefania Lentinello


(stefania.lentinello@isisc.org; fax: +39-(0)931-67622). The Joining Report can be downloaded from the website of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences http://www.isisc.org or from the website of the NATO School http://www.natoschool.nato.int. The Course Fees are € 439,00, which include enrolment, participation in the lectures and student materials. Hotel, flight and other means of transportation, on-site transportation, social events, sightseeing, drinks and meals are not included in the course fees. The fees should be paid in advance by wire transfer. Further information on payment of the fees, on travel and accommodation will be sent with the registration confirmation.

Fashion

Totally like this make up - or smoke eyes
H&M :) always my favorite

Mango ^^ so arrogant
Mango, Evening dress Cute ^^

Working, Reading, Dealing & Writing ~ Photo'ing

A lots Cambodia people believe in a dream, which is defined that dreams related to the dreamer's wishes that enables them to realize the things they unconsciously desire, and that the dreams helps them to fulfill their wishes. This is a message to the dreamer should pay attention to their own good, and written by Carl Jung.

Okay, Last night I had a dream that I could only live for 40 days, and I was thinking if so, then why should i care and too worry about choosing a job??? It seems that those bad dreams are coming back to me. However, I have to keep telling myself that this time is different because I am working on something very new, and challenging which required me to start from A,B,C. I wouldn't have any hesitate any more, I should just focus how to make my move fast to catch up with my new career.

"Nothing is impossible"
" I am confident, and I will get through all these things"
"Winner never quits, quitter never wins"

PS: opp... again just ignore my pictures below. :P
That how i looked on Saturday working :D
This is how i look, when i'm too worried

9/1/11

First day of busy life is really back ^^

My first impression of today is Tired and Excited. I got a lot things to read, to do list, and more to do. Even I had to spend all my energy, i am so happy :)

My professional life is about to begin ^^