Shedrak Ambala

Telangana State, India

Dr. Shedrak Ambala, hails from the University College of Law, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana State, India. After the successful completion of his LL.B, he did LL.M in Labour Laws and Ph.D under the guidance of Prof. C. Madhusudhan Rao, the Dean of Kakatiya University, and was awarded Ph.D degree in September, 2007. He worked as a Lecturer in Akhila Bharathi College of Law, Warangal from 1994-1999 and from 2002-2005; worked as Asst. Professor (contact) in Law in the University College of Law, Kakatitiya University , Warangal, India from 2000-2002. Thereafter, he worked abroad as Asst. Professor in Jimma University, Ethiopia, East Africa from 2008-2010; where, he was appointed as Chairperson for curriculum development of the Law Degree Program. Being the Chairperson, he has submitted a Team Charter on Constitutional and Administrative Law and also got a letter of appreciation from the Dean of Jimma University, College of Social Sciences and Law, for his excellent academic performance. Later on, he was appointed as Asst. Professor in Ambo University, Ethiopia from 2010-2012. Here too, he got an appreciation letter from the Vice President (Academic & Research), Ambo University, Ethiopia for his academic record and excellent performance feedback. He also worked in Mekelle University as Asst. Professor of Law from 2012-2013 and got excellent performance feedback from the Department of Law. Presently he is working in The University of Dodoma, Tanzania as Asst. Professor (Law) from 2013-2015. He has developed teaching materials on Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Torts, Business Law, International Trade and Economic Law, Law of Contract etc.


In this Book, the author discusses the various institutions of Ombudsman in Scandinavian Countries and other countries of the world. An attempt is made to pull together and study the comparative practices and an evaluation relating to the Ombudsman institution. The main objective of such institutions, wherever they happen to be, either in the name of Ombudsman or Parliamentary Commissioner or in any other name, is the same as to protect the liberty of the subject from being raped by the maladministration. After a close analysis of the Ombudsman systems in various countries, it revealed that the concept is easily adapted to constitutional requirements and differing needs of a country. ...

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