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Impact of ict in registry department in university

The Registry is the Secretariat of the University and it is the center-nerve and the rallying point of all administrative activities in the University.  The Registry is headed by the Registrar who is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day administration of the University.For the smooth and efficient running of the Registry as a department,

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Samuel Oluyomi 89 PAGES (7685 WORDS) Civil Law Project 0 Views
Code of Conduct Report

Code of Conduct for Public Officers

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Gilbert Malcolm 50 PAGES (10000 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 18 Views
Deed of Pledge of Share Certificates

 Deed of Pledge of Share Certificates   [NAME OF THE PLEDGOR]     - and -     THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF KOREA                 Dated [, 20[   ...

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Manish Bagul 24 PAGES (1000 WORDS) Law Book Note/Review 0 Views
EVOLUTION OF RIGHTS OF LGBTs BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS: AN INSIGHT

There is no doubt that rights of LGBTs seem controversial or at best unsettled few decades ago among European Nations human rights regimes until recently. Hence the focus of this paper is to give an insight on the position of the European Court of Human Rights in creating a common ground and certainty on the rights of LGBTs within the member nations of the Council of Europe. It will equally highlight the evolutive approach of the Court via its interpr...

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OKWUDILI ONWURAH 18 PAGES (5542 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 0 Views
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SYSTEM BETWEEN THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM AND THE ARCTIC REGIME: AN INSIGHT

ABSTRACTAntarctica and the Arctic often regarded as polar regions located at the south and north poles respectively plays an important role of sunlight reflection in the climatic system. Such geo-metrological function of the polar regions ensures the maintenance of balance on planet earth hence the need for protection of the regions as global commons. Thus, the focus of this paper is to x-ray the rationale behind the differential approach in environmental protection of both regions by adoptin...

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OKWUDILI ONWURAH Premium 24 PAGES (6587 WORDS) Environmental Law Seminar 219 Views
CULTURE AND UNIVERSALITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

ABSTRACTThe import of this essay is to show that international human rights are universal without ruling out the impact of culture in enhancing the effective implementation of the obligation of states in promoting, protecting and enforcement of international human rights. Although, the essay will not attempt to portray international human rights as being subservient to states' cultural practices but will establish complementarities between both. Thus, the approach of this essay will be t...

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AVAILING CLIMATE CHANGE JUSTICE USING HUMAN RIGHTS REGIMES AT NATIONAL LEVEL

AbstractClimate Change is a common concern of humankind. In the same viewpoint, there is relatively fairly scientific certainty and consensus that anthropogenic activities dictated by the pursuit of development have led to the present looming crisis of climate change ranging from sea level rise, coastal erosion, decrease in agricultural production, accessibility to clean water and impact on health. Similarly, thIS realization is gaining ground that climate change has a social, econo...

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RETRIBUTION IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

The concept of international criminal justice process is underpinned by several goals or objectives in international criminal law. Among the goals or objectives are retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, denunciation/education, vindicating the rights of the victims, recording history, and post-conflict reconciliation. Flowing from the above, the focus of this essay will be on retribution as one of the goals or objectives underpinning the international criminal justice p...

AGRO-ALLIED ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA, IMPLICATION SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

ABSTRACT In developing economics like Nigeria agro – allied industries are high in numbers, because it is the major source of both revenue to the government and job opportunities for the citizens. In Nigeria, agriculture apart from being the main strain of the economy, it has been recognized as the highest absolver of the labour force in the country. However, an unsustainable exploitation of Agricultural and agro-allied activities in the country, like logging of word,&nbsp...

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ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY IN NIGERIA, AN ASSESSMENT

Abstract Environmental security is an offshoot of the principle of sustainable development which focuses on societal and global environmental sustainability and peace in the face of uncontrolled environmental degradations that are witnessed in different parts of the world particularly in Nigeria. The environmental security and sustainability of biological resources have been affected by myriad of factors ranging from inadequate planning, weak proj...

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CATTLE GRAZING AND MOVEMENT ON FOOT IN NIGERIA: A PERSPECTIVE

Environmental degradation is a serious problem facing Nigeria’s environment. Until recently the major known causes of environmental pollution in the country include gas flaring, oil spillage, activities of artisanal miners, unsustainable exploitation of biological resources by the populace such as illegal logging, using of chemicals and explosives for fishing, emission of industrial effluents, poor waste management systems among others which a...

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Manish Kumar 15 PAGES (30000 WORDS) Environmental Law Thesis 0 Views
Partnership

A partnership is the relationship which exists between persons carrying on a business in common with a view to profit.  It involves an agreement between two or more parties to enter into a legally binding relationship and is essentially contractual in nature.  According to Tindal CJ in Green v Beesley (1835) 2 Bing N C 108 at 112, ‘I have always understood the definition of partnership to be a mutual participation ...’, yet the participants do not create a legal entity when they...

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Public Participation: An Imperative To The Sustainable Development Of The Nigerian Oil Industry

Environmental rights are one of the emerging rights in the arena of international human rights law and international environmental law. Though the jurisprudence of the rights is still in its formative stages, there is no doubt that the right is well recognized in the sphere of international law and has (and still is) influencing local legislation towards environmental sustenance.1.0       Introduction Environmental rights are one of the emerging ...

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Steve McCarthy Esq. Premium 18 PAGES (7368 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 744 Views

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