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Oyster Model United Nations Conference 2017 [April 29-30, Jaipur, Rajasthan]

person DateApril 22, 2017





With a vision to “Equip the Youth to Unite the World”, On 1st November, 2013, Oyster International Trust of Model United Nations was established in order to fulfill the goals of the United Nations by supporting the youth and training them via various kinds of seminars, workshops, brainstorming sessions, conferences, etc.

Team Oyster has planned a National Model United Nations Conference by the name of Oyster Model United Nations Conference’17 to be held on 29th – 30th April 2017 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India and is determined to make it a success.

A lot of thoughts were given but finally, the focus area of the whole conference was declared to be “Unite the Changing World”. This will be a two – day conference in Jaipur, which shall have brainstorming assembly sessions keeping in mind the focus area.

This conference will involve students from different Institutions across the country. Also, the conference will be proud to have stakeholders, collaborators, guests and volunteers from United Nations Office, Educational Institutions and the corporates.

As per the Guidelines of United Nations Information Centre, we will strictly abide by the new procedure known as UN4MUN.

The procedure is quite different from the traditional MUN procedure and is much more close to the actual UN proceedings.

Highlights of the Conference:

  1. 5 Councils
  2. Following UN4MUN procedure
  3. Social Cultural Night
  4. Delegate Fees: 1500 INR (Inclusive of Delegate Kit, Participation Certificate, T– shirt, Badges, 2 Days – Breakfast, Lunch and High Tea and 1 Cultural Social Night with Dinner)
  5. International Press Fees: 1000 INR (Inclusive of Delegate Kit, Participation Certificate, T– shirt, Badges, 2  Days -Breakfast, Lunch and High Tea and 1 Cultural Social Night with Dinner)
  6. Cash Prizes up to 40,000 INR

Note: Delegation Fees and International Press Fees is exclusive of accommodation fees.

Important Links

For More Information Click here.

For Registration Click here.

Call for Papers: CUTS-CIRC Biennial Conference on Competition, Regulation & Development [Nov 9-11, Jaipur]: Submit by April 15

person DateMarch 30, 2017


CUTS International and CIRC invite papers for the Vth CUTS-CIRC Biennial Conference on Competition, Regulation & Development. The conference aims to discuss the role of regulation and competition in creating appropriate incentives for fostering innovation for sustainable development.

The background note for the conference is available on this link.

The conference has 4 plenary sessions:

  1. Revisiting Competition and IPR
  2. Disruptive Technologies and Economic Regulations
  3. Building Organisational capacities for tackling policy and regulatory uncertainty
  4. Challenges and Opportunities of Development Financing for Fostering an Innovation based Ecosystem

Papers are invited for Plenary Sessions 1-4. Each plenary will have 2 slots (Number is tentative) reserved for paper presentations (15 minutes for each presentation).

The presentations will be succeeded by a moderated panel discussion (45 minutes) and an open floor discussion (15 minutes).

The organisers invite interested scholars/practitioners to submit a 500 word abstract, on any of the four plenary sessions of the conference.

Support would be available in terms of air travel, accommodation and meals at the conference venue.

Submission Guidelines

  • All contributions should be submitted to Mr Ashutosh Soni (ash@cuts.org) and Mr Parveer Singh Ghuman (psg@cuts.org).
  • Last date for submission of Abstract (500 words) along with a brief CV (not more than two pages) is Friday, 15th April, 2017.
  • Communication to authors of successful Abstracts will be done by end April or mid-May 2017.
  • The Last date of submission of Full Conference paper (3,000 to 4,000 words, excluding footnotes and annexures) is 30th June 2017.
  • Authors are requested to mention the specific ‘Plenary’ their paper is expected to be based on.
  • Multiple submissions from single author are permissible. However, no author will have an opportunity to present more than one paper.
  • Co-authorship is allowed. In case of successful selection, only one of the co-authors would be invited to present the paper at the conference.

For more information : CLICK HERE.

XI (11th) National Seminar: “JUVENILE JUSTICE IN INDIA: STATUS & CHALLENGES”(25 June 2017, Sunday)

person DateMarch 27, 2017

It is our pleasure and honour to inform you that the Suraj Sansthan, Jaipur is

going to organize 11th National Seminar in the memory of Dr. Daulat Raj Thanvi

(Founder Chairman of the Suraj Sansthan ) on ‘JUVENILE JUSTICE IN INDIA: STATUS

& CHALLENGES’ on 25th June, 2017 at conference Hall, Rajasthan Adult Education

Association, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jaipur.


Children have been recognized as supreme assets of a Nation. However a majority of children in India continue to live without being cared , not protected to have a meaningful childhood. Under these circumstances the children become homeless, vagabonds and prone to commit petty crimes. The juvenile justice system as conceived by legislation aims at providing care, protection, treatment,  development, and rehabilitation of delinquent and neglected juvenile. India has witnessed an increase both in crimes committed by children and those committed against them. There had been 97.9 per cent increase in crimes committed by children with more children being arraigned for arson, theft and cheating. Over 33,000 juveniles, mostly between the age group of 16 to 18, were arrested for crimes like rape and murder across Indian states in 2011, the highest in last decade.

OBJECTIVE:- Objective of the seminar is an attempt to identify and reflect upon the complex set of challenges facing our country for Juvenile Justice System and hopes to have inputs from academicians, voluntary agencies, the government officials, policy makers and women themselves.


This conference attempts to bring together academicians, voluntary agencies, corporate executives, research scholars and students from Law, Humanities, Social Science, Commerce, Management and Other Disciplines.


Original papers are invited on following:



Concept of Juvenile Justice

Concept of Juvenile Delinquency

Nature and Causes of Juvenile Delinquency

International Efforts for Juvenile Justice

Historical Development of Juvenile Justice in India.

Juvenile Justice Board – Procedure and powers etc.

Child Welfare Committee – Procedure and powers etc.

Juvenile Courts – its working and distinctive characteristics.

Legal Measures to Control Juvenile Delinquency

Delimitation of the Scope of Juvenile Delinquency

Discriminatory application of Juvenile Justice

Special Homes & Juvenile Homes

Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents & Children in need of care and protectionRehabilitation and After-care of Juvenile Delinquents and Children in need of care and protection

Special Juvenile Police Units.

Offenses against Juveniles.

Uncontrollable Juveniles

An Evaluation of Juvenile Justice System in India.



(In Rs.)


(In Rs.)

Delegates 600 700 800
Scholars 400 500 600
Students 300 400 500

Note: The Registration fee includes the registration kit, lunch, and tea and does not include accommodation\room Charges. Delegates are requested to arrange TA from their own institutions.

We can arrange for night stay on demand and payment if requested till 15 June. If more than one author each have to register separately.

VENUE : Conference Hall, Rajasthan Adult Education Association, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jaipur -302004


Payment Mode: The registration fee is payable by Cash,Cheque or Demand Draft in favor of

“SURAJ SANSTHAN, JAIPUR”. Another mode of Payment by RTGS/ NEFT

Bank : IDBI

Saving A/c Name :

Suraj Sansthan,

Jaipur, Rajasthan

A/c No.:



IFS Code: IBKL0000013

MICR Code: 302259002

Bank Branch : D-24, Durlabh Niwas, Prithviraj Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur


Submission of abstract 10thApril 2017

Acceptance of Paper 14thApril 2017

Submission of Full Paper 20thApril 2017


PAPER FORMAT: Full paper (with abstract 500 words ) with a word count of 2500-3000 words should be e-mail at nationalseminarss@gmail.com with a cover page mentioning the title, author’s name, complete address, telephone number, and email of the author. Correspondence shall be made to the first named author unless otherwise indicated. (Hard copy, registration form & originality form along with Registration fee should also be essentially sent on time). A certificate of originality and copyright should be submitted with full paper otherwise it won’t be consider for publication. Citations should be properly referred. MARGINS: 2.5 Cm or 1 Inch, SPACING: 1.5 FONT: Times New Roman, 12 Point for English & Devlys 010, 14 points for Hindi. We would like to inform you that registered abstracts will be published in the Souvenir of the Seminar. Further we would like to add to your knowledge that full paper will be selected by committee for Book publication, upon your consent, will be published in a book titled “Juvenile Justice in India” with ISBN.


Dr.Sanjula Thanvi


Director, Suraj Sansthan



5th Mangilal Pagariya Memorial Global Seminar on Uniform Civil Code MATS Law School, Raipur from 14th to 15th Aril 2017

person DateFebruary 26, 2017

A two days Global Seminar on Uniform Civil Code is being organized by MATS Law School, MATS University, Raipur (C.G) from 14th to 15th Aril 2017.


Article 44 (Uniform civil code) of the Constitution of India has not been implemented since 1949. Be that as it may, the Supreme Court of India, through its different dynamic decisions has started welcome advancements in what has been a long walk towards gender equality and ensuring a Uniform Civil Code.

The Government of India as well, has, interestingly solicited the Law Commission from India to investigate the issues of Uniform Civil Code. In light of this, MATS Law School attempts to give a stage to policy makers, researchers and academicians to talk about and think on issues and viewpoints relating to Uniform Civil Code.


Researched papers on the topic (not limited to) mentioned are called for paper presentation in the technical sessions of the conference.


  • Policy and Principles of codification, then and Now
  • Diversity and Unity
  • Uniform Civil Code, to secure all citizen Justice Liberty Equality
  • UCC is to Promote amongst the people, Fraternity
  • Solemn resolution

*The Themes permits various sub themes related with the topic


The candidates who thinks to present their research are informed to submit their abstracts on or before March 15, 2017 through e-mail on mlsseminar2017@gmail.com

The abstract should not be more than 500 words including the name of the participants and their college.

The final paper should not be more than 3000-5000 words (excluding footnotes) and should be sent at mlsseminar2017@gmail.com on or before April 04, 2017

It must be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 and 1.5 line spacing.

Footnotes should follow uniform style of citation.

All the communications including the submission of the Abstract and the fullpaper should be done at mlsseminar2017@gmail.com

 Registration fee

Registration Fee for Teachers/ Professionals/Research Scholars: Rs. 1,200 in favour of Registrar MATS University, Raipur (C.G)

Registration Fee for students – Rs 800 (DD in favour of Registrar MATS University, Raipur (C.G)

The scanned copy of duly filled registration form and the demand draft drawn in favour of  Registrar, MATS University should be sent at mlsseminar2017@gmail.com  


  • Submission of Abstract: 15th March  2017
  • Notification of accepted Abstract: 18th March 2017
  • Final paper submission: 4th April 2017
  • Seminar : 14th & 15th  April 2017


Accommodation will be provided to the participants from outside Raipur (C.G), by the University.

Contact Person

Rajwant Rao (Asst. Prof) – 7024945222

Nishikant Bibhu (Asst. Prof) – 7024934888

Pankaj Umbarkar (Asst. Prof) – 9575655562

Amit Srivasan (Asst. Prof)  – 8871866027

Call for Papers: National Seminar on Baloch [March 25-26, Lucknow]: Submit by March 15

person DateFebruary 23, 2017


Sponsored by Indian Council of Historical Research & University Grant Commission 

The Baloch are an ethnically and historically distinct people, with an unique ethno-linguistic identity, inhabiting 375,000 square mile region, roughly the rise of Egypt along the Persian gulf, and are found in the modern states of eastern Iran, Afghanistan and South-west Pakistan.

Etymologically, Baloch is derived from Sanskrit word Bal, meaning strength, and och i.e. high or magnificent.

The fact that the Baloch are facing serious human rights violations, horrendous violence against women, humiliating their socio-cultural and ethnic rights, and that too by state, directly or indirectly, it is nothing but erga-omens.

The seminar is an attempt to explore Baloch nationalism through their history, culture and their aspirations.

Event Date: 25-26 March, 2017 (more…)


person DateFebruary 7, 2017

The Indian Law Institute is going organised two day NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY: PROBLEMS PROSPECTS  (18 th -19 th March, 2017)

Competition Law of rules  and regulations that intend to protect  and promote the process of competition  order to maximis  consumer welfare . In view of the  significant  changes in political thinking  and economic behavior around the world, , the Competition law has developed at phenomenal pace in recent times .Today, more than  130 countries  have competition law of similar nature in force  in their  respective jurisdiction. The Competition Act 2002  established the Competition Commission of India  (CCI),in 2003 ,as market regulator to prevent practices having adverse effect on competition, to promote and sustain competition markets, to protect the interest of consumers and  ensure freedom of trade carried on by other participants in markets, in India.


1.Economics of Competition Law

2.Abuse of Dominance

3.Anti -competition Agreements– Cartels and Collusion’s, horizontal vertical agreement

4.Merger & Acquisition

5.Competition Advocacy

6.Jurisdiction overlaps: CCI viz a viz other sectoral regulators

7.Principle of Natural Justice: Procedural issues

8.Institutional Reforms

9. IPR and Competition Law

10.Contemporary Issues Competition in various sectors: Aviation, Railways, Telecommunication, Financial Institutions, Ports, Radio commerce, Radio taxies, etc

11.Any other topic related to the main theme

Conference Fee : Rs.750/ -per participant

Post Conference

Selected research papers shall be published in the book with ISBN number. Selection will done by Editorial committee . The decision of the committee will be final.

The The abstracts need to be submitted: nationalconference2017ili@gmail.com


  • SEMINAR DATE-                                  18-19 MARCH 2016


GD Goenka University, School of Law organizing National Conference on Law in Cyber Space March 30-31, 2017

person DateFebruary 1, 2017

School of Law, GD Goenka University is organizing a National Conference on Law in Cyber Space (March 30-31, 2017) and the conference would focus on range of topics related to law in Cyberspace, as detailed below:

  • Freedom of Expression in Cyber Space
  • Cyber Crimes
  • Digital Economy and Cyber Infrastructure
  • IPR Issues in Cyber Space
  • Jurisdiction and Investigation of Cyber Crimes
  • Cyber forensics
  • E- Commerce
  • Data Protection and Privacy concerns in Cyberspace
  • Cyber Security
  • Net Neutrality

Research papers are invited from scholars, academicians, researchers, practitioners and students on the above broad themes.

Important Dates:

  • Submission of Abstract: Feb 15, 2017
  • Notification of Acceptance: Feb 20, 2017
  • Submission of Full Paper: March 13, 2017

Submission Procedure:

Prospective authors are invited to submit the abstract at email ID ruchi.sinha@gdgoenka.ac.in, and a cc marked to lawincyberspace@gmail.com . All full papers after acceptance has to be sent to the same ID.

Registration Fee:

Rs. 1000 to be paid along with the submission of the abstracts.


*Ms. Ruchi Sinha, Organizing Secretary, Mob: 9599856034

E Mail: lawincyberspace@gmail.com, ruchi.sinha@gdgoenka.ac.in

Click Here For Official Notification LAW-IN-CYBER-SPACE-CONFERENCE-BROCHURE-2-2


person DateJanuary 11, 2017


Crime & Investigation: Emerging Issues & Challenges in Criminal Justice Administration
An International Conference on Crime and Investigation is being proposed to be organized at School of Law, Galgotias University. The Conference will examine Indian criminal justice administration through the lens of contemporary international development, with an emphasis on the relationship between procedural rights and questions of fair trial, access to justice and quality of justice.
The foundation of the criminal justice system is investigation by the police. When an offence is reported to the police, it is their responsibility to investigate the matter in order to ascertain the facts and to collect evidence. The success or failure of the case depends entirely on the work of the investigating officer. But unfortunately, the India criminal justice system does not trust the police. The courts view the police with suspicion and are not willing to repose confidence in them. Section 162 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act are glaring examples of this irony. Further the accused now-a-days are more educated and well informed and use sophisticated weapons and advance techniques to commit the offences without leaving any trace of evidence. Unfortunately, the investigating officers are not given training in new interrogation techniques and sophisticated investigation skills and this is where India lags behind in respect to the developed countries. Quality of investigation seriously affects the prosecution and in turn becomes one of the major cause for the failure of the criminal justice system in India
The conference will have three technical sessions devoted to discuss each of the issue in great depth.
Technical Session: 2 – CRIME & PUNISHMENT
Technical Session: 3 – POLICE & PROSECUTION
Themes & Sub Themes:
Reforming the Criminal Justice System
Adversarial & Inquisitorial Model
Right to Silence
Rights of the Accused
Presumption of Innocence and Burden of Proof
Justice to victims
Fair Trial
Non custodial Sentences
Criminal Profiling
Plea Bargaining
Organized Crime
Corporate Crimes
White Collar Crimes
Terrorism & Economic Crimes
Cyber Crime
Modern methods of Crime Investigation
Need for a New Police Act
Private Prosecutions
Investigation in Cyber Crimes
Guidelines for Investigators
Investigator – Prosecutor relationships – Differing International Models
Maintaining Ethical Standards: Requirements for Investigators and Prosecutors
Role of Prosecutor at Sentencing
{Sub-themes are suggestive. The researchers are free to take any topic which is coherent to the main themes.}
CALL FOR PAPERS: Research Papers/Articles and Case Studies from academicians, research scholars and students are invited for presentation in the International Conference. The abstract should be submitted along with the duly filed Registration Form and Fee. There shall be an award for best paper under each of the themes.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:
• Abstract submission via email to : events.sol@galgotiasuniversity.edu.in
• Title of the paper, Name of the author, University/Institution/Organization, Email Address, Mobile Number etc. to be stated clearly on the cover page of the abstract.
• The abstracts should not exceed 200-300 words, and should contain the basic outlines of the central argument(s) of the paper.
• Microsoft Word Document Format only.
• The Editorial Committee of the Conference will review the abstracts.
• Notifications of acceptance status will be sent by email
• Full paper submission via email to: events.sol@galgotiasuniversity.edu.in
• Cover Page: Authors shall mention their names, contact details and affiliations on the cover page of the manuscript.
• English: British spellings and punctuation conventions
• Font Size and Style: Times New Roman, 12 point, for the main text and 10 point for footnotes.
Headings: The headings should be used as per the following style:
First heading: 12pt, bold, centre
Second heading: 12pt, bold, left-aligned
Third heading: 12pt, italics, left-aligned
Length: Articles should generally be between 8,000 and 10,000 words (including footnotes.)
• Line Spacing: The line spacing of main text of paper should be 1.5.
• References: Footnotes should be used and not endnotes.
Citation Style : Blue Book 19th edition
• Review Process: The Editorial Board will review all papers.

1. Teachers/Academician/ Research Scholars /Govt. Officials/Advocates/NGOs/INGOs Officials from India: Rs. 2000.
2. Students pursuing 5year/3year Law Degree and LLM program (Indian Citizen): Rs.1500.
3. Teachers/Academician/Govt. Officials/Advocates/NGOs/INGOs Officials from outside India: $ 250.
4. Research Scholars/ Post Graduate/LL.B./Intergrated LL.B./S.J.D./J/D Students from outside India: $ 200. (Registration Fee Waivers for International Scholars are available. Please indicate your interest for a registration fee waiver when submitting your abstract)
Fee for Registration after the due date or On the spot Registration
1. Teachers/Academician/ Research Scholars /Govt. Officials/Advocates/NGOs/INGOs Officials from India: Rs. 2500.
2. Students pursuing 5year/3year Law Degree and LLM program (Indian Citizen): Rs.2000.
Registration fee is payable by each of the authors of the papers individually and separately in cash or DD, as per due dates. Demand draft to be in favour of “GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY” payable at New Delhi. Please ensure that you mention the demand draft number in the application form and your name and mobile number at the back of Demand draft. The envelope containing Registration form and DD should have the subject as International Conference on Crime & Investigation: Emerging Issues & Challenges in Criminal Justice Administration and shall be addressed to:
Dr. Kiran Rai Dean, School of Law,
Galgotias University, Plot No.2, Sector 17-A, Yamuna Expressway, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201308, India
Last date for Abstract Submission 15/01/2017
Last date for Registration (Submission of Registration Form and remittance of Registration Fee ) 15/01/2017
Submission of Final Paper 24/01/2017
Conference 04/02/2017



NATIONAL SEMINAR ON SURROGACY: ETHICAL, LEGAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES { School of Law, IMS Unison University, Dehradun}[17-18/ feb/2017]

person DateJanuary 2, 2017

School of Law, IMS Unison University, Dehradun is going to organize the National Seminar on “Surrogacy: Ethical, Legal, Socio-Economic Issues”.

DATE: FEBRUARY 17-18, 2017

In 2005, the ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) had framed guidelines for ARTs (Assisted Reproductive Technologies) Clinics. However, there is no legal mechanism to enforce them or monitor compliance by clinics. The ART Bill was first drafted in 2010 by the previous UPA government. The draft prepared in the year 2012 has banned only those foreigners from hiring Indian surrogates whose own countries of origin didn’t recognize commercial surrogacy as Indian practices. The Law Commission of India submitted the 228th report on Assisted Reproductive Technology procedures discussing the importance and need for surrogacy, and also the steps taken to control surrogacy arrangements. The Supreme Court of Indian in the 2008 Manji case held that commercial surrogacy was permissible in India. This was the genesis of the Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill, 2014.
The recent proposed draft Surrogacy Regulation Bill 2016, passed by the Health Ministry, was cleared by the Union Cabinet on the 24th of August 2016; and is set to be introduced in the Parliament soon. The Bill will regulate surrogacy in India by establishing National Surrogacy Board at the Central level and State Surrogacy Boards and Appropriate Authorities in the State and Union Territories. The legislation will ensure effective regulation of surrogacy, prohibit commercial surrogacy and allow ethical surrogacy to the needy infertile couples


We cordially invite the academicians, researchers, representatives of the Civil Society and student research scholars to submit their research papers on the sub-themes to be covered in different technical sessions during the National Conference on “Surrogacy: Ethical, Legal, Socio & Economic Issues” on 17-18 february 2017.
Ethics, Morality and Surrogacy
Surrogacy, Law and Human Rights
International Dimensions and Regulations of Surrogacy
Globalization and Transnational Surrogacy
Surrogacy, Socio-Economic and Psychological Concerns
Submission Guidelines:
The Abstract should contain personal details of the Author(s) in the order mentioned below:
Title of the Paper
Name of the Author(s)
Institute / University / College / Organization
Contact number
Email and address(es) of the Author
Kindly indicate the name of the corresponding author in case of two or more authors. All Abstracts will be peer reviewed and evaluated on the basis of originality, research rigor, relevance to the conference, and contribution to the theory and practice.

It should not be more than 500 words. The Abstract must be developed on A4-sheet in MS Word Document, Format typed in Times New Roman in 12 font size with 1.5 line spacing. It should not contain more than 5 keywords.


Title: Must be written in bold, size 14 and centered margin.
Margin: Manuscripts must be in single spacing, font size 12 pt in Times New Roman and all margins: 1.5 inches (left) and 1 inch (top, right and bottom).
Tables: Tables must be placed as part of the text. Do not attach tables at the end of the manuscript. Title of the tables / figure should be written on the top of the tables / figure with font Times New Roman, font 12 pt, Bold and centered margin.
Document: Manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft Word 2007 in the above format only.
Sub-Title: Written in bold, size 12 pt and left margin.
Footnoting: Footnoting should be done strictly according to Bluebook 19th Edition, Times New Roman, Size 10 pt, Line-Spacing 1.5
Word Limit: Articles should be generally of 4000 – 4500 words (excluding references and footnotes).
We encourage potential contributors to adhere to a uniform mode of citation throughout the whole work.
Submissions are to be made only in electronic form. The same may be e-mailed to seminar.sol2017@gmail.com in MS Word format along with a covering letter addressed to Organizing Committee.


No abstract or full paper shall be accepted after the last date of submission respectively.
Participants / Paper Presenters have to register after the acceptance of Abstract with payment of required fees to be paid only through Demand Draft. No refund, once registered.
For participants, registration is mandatory on confirmation of the participation. Only registered participants will be allowed to take part in the National Seminar.
All the registered participants will be provided a participation certificate, conference kit, lunch and tea.
Maximum co-authors could be three. Each co-author has to register separately.
The participants are requested to send their Abstracts and papers to: seminar.sol2017@gmail.com
The best papers shall be published.
Academician / Organization Representative: Rs. 1500/-
Students / Research Scholar / Others: Rs. 1000/-
The Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of “IMS Unison University” payable at Dehradun.

Limited free accommodation during the conference is available on first come basis. Please indicate your need for such services in Registration Form. Otherwise the participants have to make their own arrangement for Accommodation. No TA/DA will be provided to participants.
No accommodation will be provided to accompanying person who is participating or presenting paper in seminar.


17th December, 2016
21st December, 2016
26th December, 2016

14th January, 2017
National Seminar 2017
School of Law, IMS Unison University
Makkawala Greens, Mussoorie Diversion Road,
Dehradun – 248009, Uttarakhand
Phone: +91- 9058744790, 9758059141
Email: seminar.sol2017@gmail.com
Website: www.iuu.ac