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The Good Samaritan Law: How It Came to Being

Life itself is a composition of various derivatives. It takes intense courage, awareness and knowledge for an individual to harness the problems that others happen to face. A law, indirectly related to this module is the “Samaritan Law”. Here are the requisite facts and individualistic viewpoints put forward, exclusively for our readers by Anyatama Nayak.

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Organic Solar Cells – Evolutionary Technology Empowering Lives

Divesh Kubal elaborates the phenomenon of the organic solar cells – an electrical device that converts the light energy directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect, which in turn, is a physical and chemical phenomenon.  He specifies the perks of such organic solar cells, in terms of utility in the various gadgets and other forms… Continue reading Organic Solar Cells – Evolutionary Technology Empowering Lives

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Information & Communication Technology in Education

In this paper, Arti Agrahari presents a novel idea of how Information and Communication Technologies can be used in Education. ABSTRACT Education is a developmental factor for any country. Today, since technology is involved in every activity, technical education plays an important role in enhancing the quality of life, human resource development, etc. Information and… Continue reading Information & Communication Technology in Education

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Age of Consent in Africa: A Source of Family Antagonism

Children occupy a special place in any community. Their vulnerability and precociousness makes them prone to various forms of exploitation which stifle their human development. It is, therefore, important for any community to safeguard and promote the interests of any child within their society. This means we should all have an informed opinion on children’s… Continue reading Age of Consent in Africa: A Source of Family Antagonism

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Call for Papers

Alexis Foundation hereby invites original research papers on the following themes for publication in a book series: Theme 1 – War, Terrorism and National Security Sub-Themes 1. Forms of Terrorism that have plagued the world 2. New forms of warfare e.g. Cyber etc and measures to counter them 3. Using National Security to violate/oppress the… Continue reading Call for Papers

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Importance of Attending Conferences for an Engineer

Every journey has an end and it is actually the end which justifies the means. There has to be something endearing in the end to induce someone into doing something. As a student of engineering, a question may arise in a person’s mind as to why should they at all care about attending a conference,… Continue reading Importance of Attending Conferences for an Engineer