Transcript: Freedom of religion: According to Article 19 in the Russian Constitution "The state shall guarantee the equality of rights and liberties regardless of sex, race, nationality, language, origin, property or employment status, residence, attitude to religion, convictions, membership of public associations or any other circumstance. Any restrictions of the rights of citizens on social, racial, national, linguistic or religious grounds shall be forbidden." This means that no one will be discriminated for what they believe in. Right to bear arms: Russian citizens are allowed to have chemical weapons (without a permit) and riffles and shotguns, but the ownership of handguns is prohibited. Protection from cruel and unusual punishment: Article 21 in Russia's Constitution states that "the dignity of the person shall be protected by the state." Protection from unwarranted seizures: According to Article 25 in Russia's Constitution "The home shall be inviolable. No one shall have the right to enter the home against the will of persons residing in it except in cases stipulated by the federal law or under an order of a court of law." Right to assembly: According to Article 31 of the Russian Constitution "Citizens of the Russian Federation shall have the right to gather peacefully, without weapons, and to hold meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches and pickets. " Their right to assembly is the same as ours. Freedom of religion: The U.S. doesn't just protect freedom of religion it promotes it, the U.S. even has an office dedicated to it. Right to bear arms: U.S. citizens can bear ( own ) weapon but there are some limitations to this. For example you can own a hand gun but to carry it concealed you would need a license. Cruel and unusual punishment: The U.S. protects citizens from anything declared below the standards of a human being. Protection from unwarranted seizure: This protects citizens from law enforcements officials from searching their property or person without a warrant or good and proven reason. Right to assembly: This law states that a group of citizens can get together to petition the government. For example people can gather in front of the white house and protest the president without precociousness. Freedom of religion: The Constitution provides for freedom of religion, and the Government generally respects this right in practice. Right to bear arms: They have the right to bear arms, but they must have a licensed issued by the Civil Guard Authority. Protection from cruel and unusual punishment:Corporal punishment is unlawful as a sentence for crime under the Criminal Code and article 15 of the Constitution (1978). Protection from unwarranted seizures: Right to assembly: They have the right to assemble peaceably and without arms. This right does not require prior authorization. FIN. Russia Spain Rights By: Cameron Tull, Tiearanni Brim, David_, and Leslie Alvarado. Iceland Freedom of religion-Freedom of religion in Iceland is guaranteed by the 64th article of the Constitution of Iceland Right to bare arms-In Iceland, only licensed gun owners may acquire or trade a firearm at the age of 16 Cruel and unusual punishment-The not guilty until proven guilty has the right to not be tortured or be forced to work without compensation Protection from unwarranted seizure- the police have the will to interfere with the privacy of any family. Smh... Right to assembly- freedom of speech and press and freedom of peaceful assembly Disclaimer: none of these pictures belong to us and where retrieved through the prezi picture search. Rights in Spain A Prezi on the policies of different countries on: Freedom of religion Right to bear arms Cruel and unusual punishment Protection from unwarranted seizure Right to assembly Summary and Question From the all mighty Rights in Iceland ck United States Policies United States of America hey i cant add one extra slide that i have now
Transcript: Organizational Culture: The sum of symbols, events, traditions, standardized verbal and nonverbal behavior patterns, folktales and rituals that give an organization its "personality." structures Enhancement Rituals organize relationships mark membership in different levels or parts of the organization firings, demotions, reprimands JUNIATA expected responsibilities and behaviors based on position policies Rules YOU? Integration Passage repeated behaviors that help people perform their jobs standardized performances that affirm relationships Roles regular formal and informal; upward, downward, and horizontal message flows conflict resolution Personal Renewal Revitalize and update repeated methods of dealing with difference and discord formal statements of practices that reflect and uphold culutre routine behaviors used to express identity Blaming personal Social patterned ways of interacting dramatic corporate accounts of other members convey values, style and history networks announce how people see themselves Rites praise individuals and teams; embody the goals and image of the organization planned affirm and enhance the sense of community collegial familiar Stories Task
Transcript: oldest in the state of New York, the fifth oldest in the United States, higher education and one of the nine colonial colleges founded before the American Revolution. To enter Columbia University the international students will must present a series of documents. Must be obtained by current or former professors who are familiar with your education Something that stands out is this university for its many libraries. Each offers a personalized service to the student, indicating not only the resources at its disposal, but also how to access such resources or who can help you find them. Columbia University considers research as an important part of the training of students and future professionals, and therefore has more than one hundred departments, institutes and centers devoted entirely to this activity Columbia currently administers the Pulitzer Prize. A total of 96 Nobel prizes, and from 2011, students had more Nobel Prize winners than any other academic institution in the world. The university is one of fourteen founding members of the Association of American Universities, and was the first school in the United States to grant the MD degree. The main campus occupies six blocks in Morningside Heights (Manhattan) and was designed with the idea of being the only college campus, but in April 2007 he bought other land in Manhattanville to expand current facilities Admission to Columbia University Their faculties and schools on two campuses distribute over lower Manhattan. In total, three schools of university degrees, thirty graduate schools and vocational training and a college of further education to accommodate more than 23,000 students from 150 countries. Columbia College Law Engineering and Applied Science Medicine General Nursing Studies Architecture, Conservation Plans and Public Health Art Social Work Barnard College Arts and Science Jewish Theological Seminary Business Dentistry and Oral Surgery School Teachers International Union Theological Seminary Policy journalism The university was founded in 1754 as "King's College" by royal charter of George II of Great Britain. After the War of the American Revolution, King's College briefly became a state entity, and was renamed Columbia University in 1784. Scholarships for College Students offer financial assistance to college students in a variety of categories, in support of their studies at U.S. higher educational institutions. Individual award amounts vary according to category, but range generally from $1,000 to $10,000 per year. Letters of reference It is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Transcripts scholarships History All those whose native language is not English must be submitted to Test of Ingles as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), obtaining a minimum score of 600 if you get over 600 you will be required to attend English courses to improve it. Test of English Specific requirements vary slightly , . All candidates must have a minimum cumulative gpa of 3.0 on a four-point scale, and be enrolled or plan to enroll full-time as an undergraduate In this essay you should explain in proper English and in your own words, your motives and interests that want access to this institution. If they like you enter, if they do not like goodbye. Essay on your purposes cost Mathew Fox graduated as a Bachelor in Economics at Columbia University in 1989. The main campus occupies six blocks in Morningside Heights (Manhattan) If you are admitted to Columbia University you must fill out the form I-20, which justifies have sufficient financial means to finance your studies in USA Barack Obama decided to study political science at Columbia University in New York. One year in college costs € 33.439 Columbia University student. Admission rate: 6.9% Enrolled Students: 29,250 One year in college costs € 33.439 Columbia University student. Columbia is one of the universities that makes a socioeconomic studio and only charges you what they determine that you can pay, often it going to be much less that the price of the sticker that they public. Today, the Columbia University operates abroad with global centers based in . It is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Columbia is one of the universities that makes a socioeconomic studio and only charges you what they determine that you can pay, often it going to be much less that the price of the sticker that they public.
Transcript: Publicity Social Media and Networking Pintrest Instagram Twitter ProvidencePatch #SetSailRI - Most Likes/RePins/Retweets wins iPad •To gain a higher social class as our audience Rhode Island Tutorial and Educational Services Event Check out our Pintrest •To provide the community with entertainment •Parents or guardians of family members who use RITES services •Parent or guardians of family members who have learning disabilities who do not use RITES services •Public or private grade school teachers who specialize in working with kids with learning disabilities •Wealthy individuals such as CEOs of companies and business owners who are passionate about student education Alaina Chin Erin Heitkamp Antonia Randazzo Michelle Valerio Buying of Raffle tickets and submitting begin Success story speaker Slideshow http://pinterest.com/setsailri/ DJ Tom/Dance floor Raffle winners announced Host says goodbye Set Sail with RITES Help our students dive into Summer School Raffle Prizes 4:15 Board Yacht Gym Membership (1 year) All expense paid tropical vacation Classroom supply gift basket Jewelry Alex and Ani Bracelets Weekend Spa treatment Private Dinner at Yacht Club (for 2) Group Pass to tour Newport Mansions (for 4) RITES Return on Investment (ROI) Estimated $12,000 + with a $5000 budget Rhode Island Yacht Club Patch Staples Craft Corner Store Cross Trainers Anchor Travel Inc Stone House Spa A&N Jewelry Alex and Ani Preservation Society of Newport County DJ Tom Bruhl Raise money for RITES summer programs By Appetizers and Cash Bar Begin Host Welcomes guests DJ introduces the raffles •To gain support from the Rhode Island community Dinning Room Rhode Island Yacht Club, Cranston, RI Sponsors May 4th 2013 Rhode Island Yacht Club 4-8PM Target Audience Purpose of Event $60 per ticket Food, Drinks & Dancing Raffle Fundraiser
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Transcript: Back by popular demand so bring your ideas with you! This session is designed to serve as a forum for law students at every level to express their ideas and perspectives about their law school experience, law school leaders will facilitate discussions in an effort to hear the voices and understand the issues of the law students they serve with regard to programs and activities that will enhance legal education inside and out of the classroom. Introduction of Candidate Marilyn R. Forbes Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Paul J. Foley Don Vaughan Keynote Address: "Educating Lawyers for the 21st Century" Kenneth P. Carlson Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP (Employment Law / Trade Secret Law / Mediation and Arbitration) Lt. Governor Presented by: Former North Carolina State Senator Former Greensboro Mayor Pro Tempore Former Greensboro City Councilman Lt. Gov. for Student Bar Associations Speeches from the Candidates and Election of the 2014-2015 Circuit Governor North Carolina State Board of Elections A Governor Work-A-Day Project Anti-Sex Slavery Campaign "The Lawyer-Leader in You" B Mary Markovich Law Offices of Mary Markovich, PA (Elder Law / Veterans Benefits) Fourth Circuit Leadership Structure mentioned in: Sonny S. Haynes, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP (Government Liability) Fourth Circuit Fourth Circuit Leadership Team Executive Lt. Gov. Lt. Governor Fourth Circuit Activities Lt. Gov. for Programming and Events and Diversity Emma Merritt Baggett Tuggle Duggins P.A. Circuit RoundTable #ABALSD #FourthCircuit ABA Fall Leadership Summit A Michael Horowitz Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Winston-Salem City Councilman 2008 Candidate for Governor Lt. Governor Mathew Kerbis Law Student Division Chairman Lt. Gov. for VITA The Lawyer-Politician: Why a J.D. is Important Richard D. Dietz, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton (Appellate & Supreme Court / Complex Business Litigation / Constitutional Litigation) Lt. Governor 4th "Lunch With Experience" ABA-LSD Silver Key Awards Circuit Elizabeth Taylor The Law Office of Elizabeth C. Taylor; Attorney and Counselor at Law Marilyn R. Forbes Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Product Liability litigation Lt. Governor Whit D. Pierce Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP (Litigation) Lt. Gov. for Circuit Relations and Communications Spring Circuit Meeting Dean Blake Morant, Wake Forest University School of Law Clara Cottrell Counsel, BASF Corporation (Intellectual Property) Circuit Governor Dan Besse Transitioning from Law School to Law Practice: How to Hit the Ground Running There is a transition period between law school and legal practice. No more exams or papers for grades. Now, the papers are submitted to courts for paying clients.Learn how to use the basic skills you learned in law school to successfully navigate through this transition period. Donald R. Vaughan Donald R. Vaughan and Associates (General Practice) Lt. Gov. for Membership & Recruitment Emma Merritt Baggett Tuggle Duggins P.A. TOPIC #4 Elizabeth Taylor The Law Office of Elizabeth C. Taylor; Attorney and Counselor at Law
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Transcript: Bajaj Finance Ltd. Piotroski Score /4 /3 /2 Profitability Profitability Positive Net Income Positive Return on Asset CF from Ops greater than NI Positive Operating Cash Flow 1. Positive Net Income We see a net positive income of Rs.625.60 Cr. So company get 1 point in this criteria. 2. Positive Return on Asset Return of Asset is 10.43% in CY. So company get 1 point in this criteria. 3. Positive Operating Cash Flow Operating Cash Flow 319.08 Crs in CY. So company get 1 point in this criteria. 4. CF from Ops greater than NI Net Cash from Ops is 319.08 Cr. in CY vs NI of 625 Cr i CY So company get 0 point in this criteria. Leverage Leverage Higher Current Ratio in CY Lack of Shares Dilution Lower Ratio of Long term debt in CY 1. Lower Ratio of Long term debt in CY Long term debt ratio is 0.01 in CY as compared to 0.02 in PY So company get 1 point in this criteria. 2. Higher Current Ratio in CY Current Ratio in CY is 1.73 in comparison of 1.68 in PY. The company has not fulfilled the criteria. So company get 1 point in this criteria. 3. Lack of Shares Dilution No new equity share have been issued so this criteria is fulfilled. So company get 1 point in this criteria. Operational Efficiency Operational Efficiency Higher Asset Turnover Ratio Higher Gross Margin 1. Higher Gross Margin Gross Margin is 37.21% in CY as compared to 37.49% in PY. So company get 0 point in this criteria. 2. Higher Asset Turnover Ratio Asset Turnover Ratio is 41.92% in CY as compared to 37.69% in the PY. So company get 1 point in this criteria. TITLE Rajesh Dubey
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