A National Seminar is being organised by Department of Law, Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur on “Indian Constitution: Precursor of Modern India” between November 26-27, 2014.
Date : 26 – 27 November, 2014
Organized by: Department of Law, Meerpur (Rewari) Haryana (India).
Call for Papers
The seminar is open for all such as; Teachers, Advocates, Judges, Social Activists, Research Scholars etc. Therefore, anyone who has a good piece of research work in the field of Indian Constitutional Law may participate in the seminar.
Participants are requested to send an abstract of their research paper not exceeding 250 words on any one of subthemes through e-mail to the Director of the Seminar (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) latest by 15th November, 2014.
Further, participants are requested to send their unpublished original research paper along with relevant references / footnotes / endnotes between 2500-4000 words on anyone of sub-themes latest by 22nd November, 2014. The abstract and full paper should be submitted in MS Word typed in Times New Roman with 12 font size with 1.5 line spacing with sufficient margin. Only selected papers will be allowed for presentation in the seminar and will be published in form of a book having ISBN after the seminar.
Note: Participants who are not in position to send their full research papers well in time are advised not to send abstract of their paper.
Sub-themes of the seminar:
I Preambular Vision of a Modern India.
II Fundamental Rights Jurisprudence in Modern India.
III Directive Principles as an Agenda for Modern India.
IV Legislative Activism for Modern India.
V Administrative Governance in Modern India.
VI Constitutionalism And Judicial Process in Modern India.
Submission of Abstract : 15 November, 2014
Submission of Full Paper : 22 November, 2014
Date of Registration : 25 November, 2014 onwards
Teachers/Others : Rs.500/-
Research Scholars : Rs.200/-
Further Information and Registration Form can be accessed HERE.