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Thanx for uploading.

DIU Law Forum (DIULF) / The beginning
« on: September 20, 2012, 05:06:21 PM »
The department of law has established a forum namely Daffodil International University Law Forum (DIULF) which recently obtained approval from the Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor for running its activities.

The primary objective of the forum is to keep the students motivated and active in legal studies along with other related day to day activities. It has been decided that all student related departmental activities such as organizing seminar, debate, yearly programs and all other related programs will be organized by the forum from the approval of the Head of the Department. It is the students who will run the forum with the advice of the teachers of the department.   

The approved constitution and other related informations will be published very shortly.

Dider us Salam

Many congratulations to our students and Ma'am. I am sure this is how our Law Department will become a top most legal education provider in the country. The effort was really very positive and we got the price for it.

I think we should celebrate the success.     

Law / Re: Breaking news
« on: September 19, 2012, 03:22:51 PM »

Mr. Ansary

Thank you so very much for sharing it. I hope the students will continue such positive efforts in the future.


Faculty Forum / Re: Are we maintaining our self-respect inside workplace?
« on: February 22, 2012, 03:29:40 PM »
Dear Farzana Mili,

Its a well observation that u have pointed out that we must ensure healthy working environment all the time. However, if you face any such trouble please feel free to talk to me anytime and i will try my best to come up with a solution. As you have raised this issue in the forum, I guess there may be something which is bothering u and therefore making me concern.

Head (In Charge)
Department of Law

nadir bhai,

ur a real star. i have maned to login to my e71 with these settings..thanx

Telecom Forum / Re: Know where your Nokia phone was made
« on: May 11, 2011, 01:57:26 PM »
can anyone help me with the settings for setting up our diu email in nokia e71 ? will be much appreciated.


Law / Re: Developing Good Communication Skills
« on: June 26, 2010, 11:37:10 AM »
Thanx a lot everyone for yr appreciation. I shall Inshallah be posting some more interesting and effective posts soon. Please feel free to make any comment whether u agree with the post or not. Thanx again.


Law / Re: Barrister’s Duties
« on: June 26, 2010, 11:32:38 AM »
Very well said. above all these, a good lawyers prime duty and objective should be to provide best relief to his/her client. Thanx and keep posting.


Law / Developing Good Communication Skills
« on: June 22, 2010, 03:54:43 PM »

1.   Know what communication really is. Communication is the process of transferring signals/messages between a sender and a receiver through various methods (written words, nonverbal cues, spoken words). It is also the mechanism we use to establish and modify relationships. Good communication skills are always essential in order to be a successful lawyer. As a lawyer one must know the art and technique of communicating with his client, opposite party or even Judges.

2.   Manifest constructive attitudes and beliefs. The attitudes you bring to communication will have a huge impact on the way you handle yourself and those with whom you interact. It is essential to be honest, patient, optimistic, respectful, genuine, accepting, and believe in other people's competence and that is how one can be a good communicator and be successful in his profession.

3.   Make eye contact. Whether you are speaking or being spoken to, looking into the eyes of the person you are in conversation with can make the experience successful. Eye contact conveys interest, and encourages the other party to be interested in you in return. In less intimate settings, when giving a speech or when in front of several people or even in the court room holding the eyes of different members of your audience can personalize what you are saying and maintain attention.

4.   Be aware of what your body is saying. Body language can say so much more than a mouthful of words. An open stance with arms easily to your side tells anyone you are talking to that you are approachable and open to hearing what they have to say. Arms crossed and shoulders hunched, on the other hand, suggest disinterest in conversation or unwillingness to communicate. 'Often, communication can be stopped before it starts by body language that tells people you don't want to talk:' Appropriate posture and an approachable stance can make even difficult conversations flow more smoothly and even make a poor submission good in the court room.

5.   Have courage to say what you think! Communication skills begin with simple communication. Take time each day to be aware of your opinions and feelings in a constructive way. Individuals who are hesitant to speak because they do not feel they have worthwhile opinions need not fear: what is important or worthwhile to one person may not be to another and may be more so to someone else. In a world so very big, someone is bound to agree with you, or to open your eyes to an even deeper perspective. The courage to say what you think can afford you the opportunity to learn more than you did before.

6.   Speak loudly and clearly enough to be heard. When you are speaking in front of people or even in the court room, have the confidence to say it so as to be heard. An appropriate volume can inform listeners that you mean what you say, you have thought about what you are saying, and what you are saying is worth hearing. An appropriate tone and volume ensure your listeners hear exactly what you are saying, and decreases room for misunderstanding. So, be loud and clear.

7.   Practice. Communication skills can be practiced every day in settings that range from the more social to the more professional. New skills take time to refine, but each time you use your communication skills you open yourself to opportunities and future partnerships which will not only develop your communication skills but also help you become a successful professional.

8.   Develop effective listening skills. Finally, not only should one be able to speak effectively, one must listen to the other person's words and engage in communication on what the other person is speaking about. This is very crucial for a lawyer. We must avoid the impulse to listen only for the end of their sentence so that we can blurt out the ideas or memories that come to our mind while the other person is speaking.

Law / Improving Communication Skills: Some Basic Tips
« on: June 22, 2010, 03:52:35 PM »
Definition of Communication:
Communication is the process of transferring signals/messages between a sender and a receiver through various methods, such as written words, nonverbal cues and spoken words. It is also the mechanism we use to establish and modify relationships.

Some Basic Tips for good communication:
1.   Listen: respect others' right to complete their thoughts before you interrupt to say what you want to say.
2.   Take notes while listening so as not to lose track of your thoughts.
3.   Opinions are valuable; however, know the difference between thinking you know something and actually knowing it.
4.   Understand the importance of recognizing that just because you think you know what you're talking about doesn't necessarily mean that it is right. Always appreciate others and when needed apologize and let the conversation continue.
5.   Recognize others' contributions and points of view by nodding and verbalizing that you've heard them and can see their point. Be specific when offering constructive criticism by giving examples that make sense.
6.   Stay focused; unless we narrow the parameters of a subject, our points are seldom recognized and appreciated as required elements of a broader understanding of the subject matter.
7.   Always thank each participant in a group for their contributions, be they right or wrong, and your group will flourish and grow.
8.   Be a leader and exercise humility, because too much strength and dominance leads to weakness.
9.   Keep the conversation on track; it's fine to let people ramble a little, but unless we stay on topic, the chances of resolving or tying up a group conversation are minimized.

Law / Re: Nuisance
« on: June 22, 2010, 03:49:46 PM »
This may well be helpful for our tort students. Thanx for yr post.

« on: May 31, 2010, 01:54:31 PM »
nice one. may i know the source of this article please!!

Law / Re: Why should u study at DIU?
« on: May 31, 2010, 01:52:51 PM »
great findings

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