National Institute Of Fashion Technology

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY A PROJECT REPORT ON ETHICS AND PERSONAL CODE OF ETHICS (“SUBMISSION OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES”) SUBMITTED TO : MR.A.SRINIVASA RAO FMS DEPARTMENT SUBMITTED BY : DAZY RANI (06) SEMESTER-3 DEPARTMENT OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS Whenever we act, our actions are evaluated; whether we are doing a right kind of action or wrong. In our family, educational institutions, business organizations and in the society (taking all in to consideration) we follow certain rule and regulations which guide our actions. Those rules, regulation and principles are popularly called as “ethics”. Many people tend to equate ethics with their feelings. But being ethical is clearly not a matter of following one’s feelings. A person following his or her feelings may recoil from doing what is right. In fact, feelings frequently deviate from what is ethical. One shouldn’t identify ethics with religion. Most religions advocate high ethical standards. Yet if ethics were confined to religion, then ethics would apply only to religious people. But ethics applies as much to the behavior of the atheist as to that of the saint. Religion can set high ethical standards and can provide intense motivation for ethical behavior. Ethics, however, cannot be confined to religion nor is it the same as religion. Being Ethical is also not the same as following the law. The law often incorporates ethical standards to which most citizens subscribe. But laws, like feelings, can deviate from what is ethical. Finally, being ethical is not the same as doing “whatever society accepts.” In any society, most people accept standards that are, in fact, ethical. But standards of behavior in society can deviate from what is ethical. An entire society can become ethically corrupt. WHAT ETHICS STAND FOR :- Human being is a social animal. Though rules of nature…

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People Of The Philippines, The Secretary Of Justice, Director General Of The Philippine National Police

EN BANC [G.R. No. 149453.  April 1, 2003] PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, THE SECRETARY OF JUSTICE, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE, CHIEF STATE PROSECUTOR JOVENCITO ZUÑO, STATE PROSECUTORS PETER L. ONG and RUBEN A. ZACARIAS; 2ND ASSISTANT CITY PROSECUTOR CONRADO M. JAMOLIN and CITY PROSECUTOR OF QUEZON CITY CLARO ARELLANO, petitioners, vs. PANFILO M. LACSON, respondent. R E S O L U T I O N CALLEJO, SR., J.: Before the Court is the petitioners’ Motion for Reconsideration[1] of the Resolution[2] dated May 28, 2002, remanding this case to the Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Quezon City, Branch 81, for the determination of several factual issues relative to the application of Section 8 of Rule 117 of the Revised Rules of Criminal Procedure on the dismissal of Criminal Cases Nos. Q-99-81679 to Q-99-81689 filed against the respondent and his co-accused with the said court.  In the aforesaid criminal cases, the respondent and his co-accused were charged with multiple murder for the shooting and killing of eleven male persons identified as Manuel Montero, a former Corporal of the Philippine Army, Rolando Siplon, Sherwin Abalora, who was 16 years old, Ray Abalora, who was 19 years old, Joel Amora, Jevy Redillas, Meleubren Sorronda, who was 14 years old,[3] Pacifico Montero, Jr., of the 44th Infantry Batallion of the Philippine Army, Welbor Elcamel, SPO1 Carlito Alap-ap of the Zamboanga PNP, and Alex Neri, former Corporal of the 44th Infantry Batallion of the Philippine Army, bandied as members of the Kuratong Baleleng Gang.  The respondent opposed petitioners’ motion for reconsideration.[4] The Court ruled in the Resolution sought to be reconsidered that the provisional dismissal of Criminal Cases Nos. Q-99-81679 to Q-99-81689 were with the express consent of the respondent as he himself moved for said provisional dismissal when he filed his motion for judicial determination of probable cause and for examination of witnesses.  The Court…

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Popular Fermented Foods And Beverages In Southeast Asia

EFFECT OF COCOTI PALM WINE ON GASTRO INTESTINE ORGANISM, PROBIOTIC E.COLI NISSLE 1917 CHANDRASEKHAR.K, SREEVANI.S, SESHAPANI.P, SREEDEVI.B AND PRAMODAKUMARI.J* International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research Vol 5, Issue 2, 2013 Popular fermented foods and beverages in Southeast Asia 1Law, S. V., 2*Abu Bakar, F., 1Mat Hashim, D. and 2Abdul Hamid, A. International Food Research Journal 18: 475-484 (2011) Consumption of wines from the inflorescences of palm such as coconut and talipot palm, is derived from the landscape of Indo-China and Sri Lanka Fresh nipah palm (Nypa fruticans) sap and neera (sap obtained from by tapping the unopened spadix of the coconut palm Fermented palm saps can also be used to produce alcohol, vinegar or alcoholic beverage such as palm wine. fermented beverage is called “panam culloo” in Sri Lanka, “tuba”, “soom” in the Philippines, “nuoudua” in Vietnam, “arak” in Indonesia, and “tuak” (tuack) or toddy in Malaysia, India and Bangladesh natural fermentation of palm sap and collected through the tapping of unopened inflorescence. Palm wine has mild alcoholic flavor, sweet in taste, energetic bubbles and milky white in color as it contained suspension of numerous bacteria and yeast. 40% excessive consumption of locally produced palm wine in 1990 Palm wine or toddy, is an alcoholic beverages produced from fermented sap of various species of palm trees. Coconut palm (Cocos nucifera), nipa palm (Nypa fruticans), palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifer) and kithul palm (Caryota urens) Sap is collected from its mature fruit stalk after cutting away the almost full grown fruit head. During tapping, a bamboo container or plastic bag is fastened at the sliced end for sap collection Quality of the fermented toddy was improved by using pure cultures inoculation method The composition and quality of palm sap greatly affected by the location, weather, time and duration of tapping Higher alcohols…

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