In the year 2018, NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law set up The Centre for Excellence. This body facilitates academic research, training and extension programme its goal being inculcating legal reasoning and instilling within students the grit to embrace the discipline of law.
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
NMIMS, Kirit P Mehta School of Law is organising its 2nd National Seminar on Feasibility of Uniform Civil Code in India on 7th March 2020.
The family is a diverse, strong and binding institution in the Indian society. Indian marriages vary vastly considering the variety of customs and traditions associated with them. Being dynamic in nature, changing trends are observed in areas such as age at marriage, inter-caste marriage, arranged versus love matches, matching horoscopes, etc.
The main motive of this Conference is to further productive discussions on the issues relating to the family and marriage, and the laws pertaining to them. It also aims to explore the possibility of incorporation of the Uniform Civil Code thereby bringing all religious and social groups under the purview of a typical stage, which is currently lacking due to the administration of differing laws in the area. The Conference also aspires to explore the role of the Uniform Civil Code in newer dimensions, and in light of the issues currently faced by society.
Last Date for Abstract Submission: 5th February 2020
Communication of Selected Abstracts: 31st January 2020
Last Date For Payment of Registration Fees: 15th February 2020
Last Date For Full Paper Submission: 1st March 2020
Date of Seminar: 7th March 2020
The dates given above will be strictly followed. The organizers may not entertain any requests for extension of deadlines.
Original research papers are welcome on the above-mentioned topic but not restricted to the sub-themes as given. The paper can be co-authored. However, a maximum of three authors per entry is allowed.
The author(s) shall specify in the abstract and the full paper:
Title of the paper with the sub-theme.
Names of author(s).
Name of the College/University.
Email address and contact number.
The Abstract and the Full paper should be submitted in .doc/.docx format with the following specifications:
Font Type: Times New Roman ii. Font size: 12 pts
Line spacing: 1.
Footnotes Font Type: Times New Roman
Footnotes: Font size: 10 pts vi. Footnotes Line spacing: 1
Margin to be of 1 inch on all sides viii. Citation: Any uniform pattern of citation.
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