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dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

you see NPCIL and another built the kudamkulam plant of nuclear power generation, it is one sided besides the very reactor from Russia though some what better, but yet after Ukraine (chernoby) disaster, they do not want any more nuclear power plants but now go for solar energy; but we are happy to burn our fingers by paying lacs of crores for junk stuff with enormous problems on all kinds of environment, i wrote in my earlier article published..the plant is working just 20% in generating energy, but we have to wait next 11 to 15 years or so if there is really zero time and cost run...though we have a more safe solar energy at our door,,,,...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

i quote what i told to law education..today in mubai... True indeed what staff of law colleges say today, in fact the defect is there more than 2 decades. As a law professor myself told the university of mumbai on the defects of the education system,indirectly as every one has his or her own personal reasons, that is very normal since the last 3 decades, reason is every one wanted easy degrees to run to court. Many thought every one is like great John Marshalll of the USA supreme court, for he could be the CJ of the American Supreme Court, with his about 8 weeks study in a law college in the USA, then, forgetting his commitment, after he reliquished the secretay of state. He could really handle 1st judicial review. Marbury v Madison, a historical case. He ensured the petitioner is given his post though the president was in favor of that man, though he was recommended by president Adams. Could we find such men like Marshall in modern India; i doubt, so far none could prove so.. We have clever men, certainly not intelligent men soundly guided by morality and ethics.in modern india. He was an exceptional man and none can emulate him, even in the USA. In such a situation, you needed correct guidance in law, mostly every lawyer need to know thoroughly the constitution of india, without that knowledge no lawyer worth the name can call himself that he is good lawyer, after all, constitution of india is the basic rule of law with fundamental rights which is borrowed from the Irish Constitution, so too the American constitution; but we had the cleaver politicians who tried to mangle by so many amendments and amendments today stand at 122 in a matter of time lapsed from 1950 till date, while the Americans though brought more than proposals say 11000 + amendments but onlt 26 is there in the US constitution, that shows, our educational system and the politicians did play a lot on legal education. In such a scenerio, you only mangle any statute, say every environmental law is circumvented, like the major thing is the nuclear power plants under 123 agreement; that way we had opened yesterday the Kudamkulam nuclear power plant managed by NPICL, though the environmentalists showed the problems of very serious nature to the government of india and the states, when every country like the USA, Japan is phasing out the Nuclear power plants due to the bad after effects on people besides affecting the amphibians. Here what I true to tell is that law education is just peripheral and not deep studies of law which needs very great reasoning not just logic only, you might have noted hon Gujarat high court warned recently, that law is not pure logic alone, i do not know how many lawyers have kept that judgement in his notes. Fact is today education in every branch is not really be said right education. Therefore, the professors of Nerul rightly high lighted the defects, as so many new diplomas are added with no proper balancing with the syllabus; so i am proud of these people who really highlighted the defects, in untrimmed syllabus , that means that you are equipping with wrong laws in the fresher students, who spend a lot of moneys,by borrowing from banks and they need to repay the loans with interest charges, for some years once they start earning. That means you end up with no meaningful knowledge is the great concern of the 'Staff' concerned. If you want right legal or any education for the youth you ought to be upgrading the relevant knowledge in the right way, if not, your learning is obviously just waste of time besides you end up in very serous dangers for dangers is at the doors of your room is the fact, that no one can counter meaningfully, is the concern of the staff teachers; Legal practitioners nothing less than 15 years practice in the courts can reasonably provide some knowledge to the students provided they get time to impart by teaching in class rooms. I fully appreciate the concern of the staff teachers of law. I congratulate the staff for really coming out honestly on the new independence day to be on 15th August. Your hoisting indian national flag will be really meaningful as knowledge is real power not the material called moneys but we run after material wealth , a concept of the west but east was supposed to be spiritual ; but today east is in a confused state , west started to take spiritual aspects too in their educational system as the west realized the concept of Knowledge is Power. thanks n regards. Dr.Guru Balakrishnan PhD ML professor of law and economics (emeritus 0



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

i quote what i told to law education..today in mubai... True indeed what staff of law colleges say today, in fact the defect is there more than 2 decades. As a law professor myself told the university of mumbai on the defects of the education system,indirectly as every one has his or her own personal reasons, that is very normal since the last 3 decades, reason is every one wanted easy degrees to run to court. Many thought every one is like great John Marshalll of the USA supreme court, for he could be the CJ of the American Supreme Court, with his about 8 weeks study in a law college in the USA, then, forgetting his commitment, after he reliquished the secretay of state. He could really handle 1st judicial review. Marbury v Madison, a historical case. He ensured the petitioner is given his post though the president was in favor of that man, though he was recommended by president Adams. Could we find such men like Marshall in modern India; i doubt, so far none could prove so.. We have clever men, certainly not intelligent men soundly guided by morality and ethics.in modern india. He was an exceptional man and none can emulate him, even in the USA. In such a situation, you needed correct guidance in law, mostly every lawyer need to know thoroughly the constitution of india, without that knowledge no lawyer worth the name can call himself that he is good lawyer, after all, constitution of india is the basic rule of law with fundamental rights which is borrowed from the Irish Constitution, so too the American constitution; but we had the cleaver politicians who tried to mangle by so many amendments and amendments today stand at 122 in a matter of time lapsed from 1950 till date, while the Americans though brought more than proposals say 11000 + amendments but onlt 26 is there in the US constitution, that shows, our educational system and the politicians did play a lot on legal education. In such a scenerio, you only mangle any statute, say every environmental law is circumvented, like the major thing is the nuclear power plants under 123 agreement; that way we had opened yesterday the Kudamkulam nuclear power plant managed by NPICL, though the environmentalists showed the problems of very serious nature to the government of india and the states, when every country like the USA, Japan is phasing out the Nuclear power plants due to the bad after effects on people besides affecting the amphibians. Here what I true to tell is that law education is just peripheral and not deep studies of law which needs very great reasoning not just logic only, you might have noted hon Gujarat high court warned recently, that law is not pure logic alone, i do not know how many lawyers have kept that judgement in his notes. Fact is today education in every branch is not really be said right education. Therefore, the professors of Nerul rightly high lighted the defects, as so many new diplomas are added with no proper balancing with the syllabus; so i am proud of these people who really highlighted the defects, in untrimmed syllabus , that means that you are equipping with wrong laws in the fresher students, who spend a lot of moneys,by borrowing from banks and they need to repay the loans with interest charges, for some years once they start earning. That means you end up with no meaningful knowledge is the great concern of the 'Staff' concerned. If you want right legal or any education for the youth you ought to be upgrading the relevant knowledge in the right way, if not, your learning is obviously just waste of time besides you end up in very serous dangers for dangers is at the doors of your room is the fact, that no one can counter meaningfully, is the concern of the staff teachers; Legal practitioners nothing less than 15 years practice in the courts can reasonably provide some knowledge to the students provided they get time to impart by teaching in class rooms. I fully appreciate the concern of the staff teachers of law. I congratulate the staff for really coming out honestly on the new independence day to be on 15th August. Your hoisting indian national flag will be really meaningful as knowledge is real power not the material called moneys but we run after material wealth , a concept of the west but east was supposed to be spiritual ; but today east is in a confused state , west started to take spiritual aspects too in their educational system as the west realized the concept of Knowledge is Power. thanks n regards. Dr.Guru Balakrishnan PhD ML professor of law and economics (emeritus 0



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

Law is a double edged one it can cut both sides, so reasoning is vital more than logic, it is said...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

fact is any untested law is always messy, like your legal education if untested one you land in trouble...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

fact is any untested law is always messy, like your legal education if untested one you land in trouble...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

i say GST is a messy concept the very promoters are caught in dilemma...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 12 August 2016  

i say GST is a messy concept the very promoters are caught in dilemma...



Namita Shah

Namita Shah

Wrote on 09 August 2016  

Hi Bhaven, thank you for your thoughts. Do visit my website www.kyabae.com to know more and join us!



Bhaven

Bhaven

Wrote on 09 August 2016  

Concept of GST beautifully explained. Understood the entire crux of GST in a nutshell here! Excellent work done Namita! Thank you. Please provide your website or blog to read more. Thanks again


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