CfP: One Day National Seminar on India at 75: Past, Present and Future (Online)[June 30]: Register by June 28

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New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth is organising a national seminar to commemorate Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on India @ 75: Past, Present and Future, and is calling for papers for the same.

About the Institution

To cater to the need for legal education and profession with quality and potential legal professionals in the western region of Maharashtra, Bharati Vidyapeeth has established B.V. New Law College, Sangli (Estb.1997, NAAC- ‘A’ Grade in 2016).

About the National Seminar

‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ is an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of progressive India and the glorious history of its people, culture, and achievements. India has paid the price of the Independence in several forms. Freedom fighters have sacrificed their lives for the nation.

The Dominion of India was changed into the Union of India. India formally became an independent State on  August 15, 1947, and it was resolved that India is the Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic on January 26, 1950.

The status, rights, powers, and duties of the people were transformed and subjected to the principles of Equality, Justice, Liberty, and Fraternity.

Its high time to introspect the citizens, organizations, political parties, and all the stakeholders of the country so as to define the roadmap ahead. India, what was? What is and what ought to be? After its 75th year of independence, what would be the role of citizens, governments, parties, etc. in order to make India a civilized and developed country?

The seminar intends to have extensive deliberation on the political, economic, social, religious, cultural, commercial, and legal issues and fields. It would be helpful to understand the past, present, and future of the country in these respective fields.

Eligibility

Seminar papers are invited for the presentation purpose only from various faculty stakeholders and scholars from Law, Social Sciences, Women Studies, Journalism, I.T., Library and Information Science, Commerce, NGOs, Police and Administrative personnel, etc. so as to make this dialogue fruitful.

Sub-Themes

  • Freedom struggle and fighters
  • Making of the Constitution of India
  • Constitution of India @ 75
  • Social, Economic, Political justice @ 75
  • Justice, Equality, Liberty @ 75
  • Foreign policies @ 75
  • Achievements of India @ 75
  • Backward and Minorities classes @ 75
  • Women empowerment @ 75
  • Education, ICT @ 75
  • Industry, Commerce & Economy @ 75
  • Agriculture @ 75
  • Culture, Languages, Literature @ 75
  • Indian family and Society @ 75
  • India’s Resolutions & Goals @ 100
  • India’s Challenges ahead @ 100
  • Any other theme relevant to India @ 75

Submission Guidelines

  • Papers already published or due for publication are also accepted for presentation
  • M.S. Word docs, A4 size, margin 1” for sides with alignment, line spacing-1.5
  • Font: Times New Roman, Size: Title 14 bold, Sub-title-12 bold, Text-12,

Rules for Paper Presentation

  • The paper should be original own work.
  • Participants will get a maximum of 5-7 minutes for the presentation.
  • Papers must be submitted in MS word docs by e-mail within the due date
  • Authors who have paid the prescribed charges for paper presentation will be allowed to present their paper
  • One paper will be selected as the best paper
  • One presenter will be selected as the best presenter
  • The organizer shall appoint a review committee of experts to examine papers and presentations.
  • All rights relating to the selection of the best paper and presenter will be reserved with the experts review committee.

Registration Fee

  • The registration fee is INR 250/-
  • Click on the link given at the end of this post to register.
  • Pay to Gpay/ Phonepe: +91 98229 16809 or 
  • UPI ID– adv.sanjayaher@oksbi
  • The fee includes a Certificate of participation/paper presentation

How to Submit?

Email you submissions at bvlawseminar@gmail.com

Program Schedule

  • Session I: 10 AM to 10:45 AM
  • Session II: 11:30 AM to 1:15 PM
  • Break– 1:15 PMto 2:00 PM
  • Session III: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
  • Session IV: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Important Dates

  • Date of the Seminar: Thursday, June 30, 2022
  • Last date of Registration & paper submission: June 28, 2022

Contact Information

  • Prof. Dr. Pooja Narwadkar, Principal: +91 98220 32797
  • Prof. Sanjay Aher, faculty coordinator: +91 98229 16809
  • Prof. Smita Adimani, faculty coordinator: +91 79722 63151
  • Atreya, Student coordinator: +91 74982 42503
  • Radha, Student coordinator: +91 70289 36909

Click here to register for the National Seminar on India at 75

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