About the Organizer
The National Law Institute University, Bhopal was established by Act No. 41 of Madhya Pradesh in 1997. The National Law Institute University has earned a front line status of an institution imparting quality legal education, conducting research in cutting edge areas of law and organizing workshops, seminars and training programs.
Jagran Lakecity University is located in Bhopal and is a full government approved state university established by Government of Madhya Pradesh by Act No 22 of 2013 and is recognized by UGC under section 2 of Act, 1956.
About the Conference
During the past decade, Blockchain Technology has developed as an unalterable ledger to authenticate ownership of assets digitally. National Law Institute University is organizing the National Conference on the theme “Blockchain Technology: Adoption Regulation and Security” on 18th and 19th Oct 2019, in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), Jagran Lakecity University (JLU) Bhopal and Infinity Law-Tech and Education Services (ILTES) Hyderabad, which will bring together Blockchain enthusiasts for two days packed learning and innovation.
This conference aims to garner a strong academic response to address the recent and imminent changes in the legal framework in conjunction with Blockchain.
Call for Papers
The National Conference on “Blockchain Technology: Adoption, Regulation & Security” aims to bring together the researchers, Managers, Faculty, Lawyers, Financial Experts, scholars and students from all areas of Law, Science, Engineering, Management and finance for providing a forum for sharing new ideas and practical development experiences which concentrate on both theory as well as practical.
All Accepted Papers will be published in a book with ISBN.
Last Date for submission of abstract is September 25, 2019, and paper submission is October 12, 2019.
To register, click here.
Mr. Ankur Rajput, Assistant Professor: ankurrajput[at]nliu.ac.in (7000684545)
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