Until the establishment of the first cabinet government of Japan, the head of the Home Ministry was referred to as the "Home Lord" and functioned as the Head of Government.
Ōkubo Toshimichi was the first Head of the Home Ministry as Home Lord.
It is up by 1.4% from the initial budget for the current fiscal year.
Exchange studentscan choose between the Type G and Type U programs.
The Type G program is designed for graduate […] We are delighted to inform you that Universitas Gadjah Mada in collaboration with International Peace Foundation is organizing the Nobel Laureates Lecture Series in Yogyakarta as part of the 6th ASEAN BRIDGES Events in Indonesia – Dialogues Toward a Culture of Peace.
When Yamagata Aritomo became the first Minister for Home Affairs, he organized the Ministry into sections responsible for general administration, local administration, police, public works, public health, postal administration, topographic surveys, religious institutions and the national census.
The administration of Hokkaidō and Karafuto Prefectures also fell under the jurisdiction of the Home Ministry.
Within this event, Universitas Gadjah Mada attempts to establish long-term relationships through the Nobel Laureates by enhancing science, technology and education as a basis for peace and development also to lead a better cooperation for the advancement of peace, freedom and security in Indonesia.
This series of lectures will be represented by the honorable 1993 Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine, Dr. Roberts entitled ‘Why You Should Love Bacteria’ and 1979 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, Prof. Glashow entitled ‘How Basic Science Drives Technological Process.’ Dr. Roberts is a Research Director at New England Biolabs in Massachusetts/USA, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for his discoveries of split genes and m RNA splicing whereas Prof.
It marks the fifth straight annual increase in annual defence budget in the face of North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats and a territorial row with China.
Japan is on constant alert against neighbouring North Korea, a rouge nuclear state which has conducted two underground nuclear tests and more than 20 missile launches in the year 2016.
The students in this program will mainly study Japanese language and culture.