Teaching profession; a passion or tool for creativity appreciated by people on whom the future of civilization rests; requires special skills. A teacher is never born, but is a creation of human effort. Teaching becomes easy when pedagogical skills are adopted by others, regardless of age, work, culture, ethnicity, expertise or language. If someone is thinking about becoming a good teacher, they need to learn multiple skills and expose them in the classroom, where students are the key figures whose career and success are a teacher`s goal and passion. In this article, the author attempts to write about his experiences as an advocate, researcher and teacher, hoping to stimulate the learning of the transferable skills of teaching in the next generation of teachers. The need for a multidimensional approach to teaching, learning and soft skills for a teacher was perceived due to a shift in focus from a teacher-centred approach to a student-centred approach. The author is familiar with the teaching profession in which considerable qualified young graduates can be hired, but he understands that most of them are only eligible, but not employable. The real problem is not with qualified young graduates; Rather, it is an institutional failure to produce workable graduates. In addition, existing teachers will also be retrained in their teaching and research in a digitalized world in order to adapt to technological progress. As a result, the author was forced to use his wealth of experience to create employable young graduates. Victimology is the science of studying victimization and victim-perpetrator relationships and the interaction between the victim and the criminal justice system.1 This research is aimed at the most vulnerable class in society, .dem “child victims.” In India, more than 53% of children are victims of crimes that affect sexually, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Research should focus on the multidimensional aspects of the child victim, including sociological, psychological and legal aspects. The victimization of the child begins from the date the child is conceived in the womb.
The victim of an immature age of the child has a greater traumatic effect, which often lasts throughout his life and leads to various mental and physical disorders. It was regrettable that, despite various laws and court decisions, the State was not achieving the true objective of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and Article 21 of the Constitution of India. The noble purpose of the research is to examine and discuss various issues related to the victimization of children due to emerging crimes in India. Keywords: victimology, child sacrifice, crime, vulnerable. With advances in technology in legal practice, the relevance of legal support professionals (paralegals/paralegals/law clerks) is increasingly being questioned. These advances are likely to deal a fatal blow to the paralegal`s traditional role as the “backbone” of legal aid services. Such disruptive trends require a thorough and honest examination of how paralegals are trained. The focus should be on identifying relevant skills that ensure experienced paralegals and aspiring paralegals are equipped for the workplace of the future. There is a need for a serious discussion about how paralegal education should be rethought to continue to support the legal profession. This scoping paper focuses on the relevant skills that are at the heart of paralegal readiness and proposes a possible agenda for the transformation of paralegal education. This includes reassessing current skills and planning for skills needed to improve the employability of paralegals.
The proposed curriculum reform agenda is as follows: (1) identification of “evolving” competencies in the current curriculum; (2) the recognition and transmission of new skills in the light of future employment profiles of paralegals; and (3) analysis of opportunities and barriers to transforming paralegal education. The right to health is a fundamental human right. Unfortunately, in many developed, developing and underdeveloped countries, socio-economic economics strongly determine the status of individual health. Access to a quality health system and facilities depends on a person`s ability to pay medical expenses. By examining the plight of disadvantaged socio-economic families of the Irula tribes in Tamil Nadu in relation to their poor health, the paper aims to present the impact of low socio-economic status on poor health, particularly on maternal and child health among the Irula tribes, to understand the Irulas tribe`s awareness of health and disease, and how to address this vicious cycle of poverty, in particular, raise the Irula tribe and create developed and just societies. generally.