Call for Papers: NUSRL Ranchi National Seminar on Combating Corruption [May 9-10]; Submit Abstracts by April 5 [UPDATED]

This post was first published on February 28, 2015.

National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi is organising a two-day National Seminar on 9th & 10th May 2015 at Ranchi on Combating Corruption, Black Money and Money Laundering.

Call for Papers

Research papers are invited from academicians, researchers and any other interested persons to highlight the following themes.

1. Black money: Issues and Challenges

a) Black Money : Magnitude and Causes
b) Black Money and Damages to Indian Economy

2. Tax Evasion, Tax Avoidance : Consequences and Enforcement of Laws

a) Present Government Policies against tax evasion
b) Tax evasion and role of tax heavens
c) Double tax avoidance treaty:A way out?

3. Corruption: Public Protests and Government preventive measures

a) Economic Offences and Prevention of Corruption Act
b) Corruption and Public procurement
c) RTI Act and Good Governance
d) Lokpal & Lokayukt: An Analytical approach
e) International Dimensions of Corruption

4. Money laundering: Global Concern and Preventive Measures

a) Prevention of Money laundering Act : An overview
b) Transfer pricing as a Global Challenge
c) Role of RBI in combating Money laundering
d) Terrorist Financing and Foreign Contribution Regulation Act

Important Dates

Last date for abstract submission April 05th, 2015

Notification of accepted papers (delayed)

Last date for Registration 17th April, 2015

Full paper submission 24th April, 2015

Instruction for submission

Those who are interested to contribute papers for the seminar should email the abstract of not more than 500 words (in MS Word format, Times New Roman 12 Font and 1.5 Line Spacing) at

The full paper should be within 2500-5000 words


Smriti Tripathi | Contact: +91 7549974897 (M)

Documents to Download

The Official call for papers with registration fee details can be accessed HERE.

The Registration Form can be downloaded HERE.

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