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I am a student of National Law University Odisha. Ethics, philosophy of law and religion are my interested areas.

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Let’s Get Educated For A Better Future

Posted on November 29, 2014 at 2:39am 2 Comments

Let’s Get Educated For A Better Future

JUSTIN JOS

NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA

UNDERGRADUATE

To understand the importance of education, let’s go through the dialogue a distressed student named “Rama” has with his self-created alter ego character named “Shyam” in his mind while he is dressing up for school.

Rama: - What is…

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Moral Leadership

Posted on December 28, 2013 at 1:14pm 0 Comments

Leaders Are Not Enough

                                                        Name:  Justin Jos

                         College: National Law University Odisha

          Level: Undergraduate Student

Leadership is one of the most essential facets of human life. Each one of us has an…

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