CfP: Conference on Digital Transformation by RGNUL, Punjab [6-8 September]: Submit by June 30

About the University:

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab was established by an enactment of the State Legislature of Punjab (Act No. 12 of 2006).
The University saw light of the day in a Heritage building, situated in the heart of the town, known as Mohindra Kothi. This complex incidentally was also a court complex during the erstwhile rulers of Patiala.

The university was relocated in the present campus, in the back drop of lush green fields; which is a sprawling 50 acres; and is a zenith in architectural and technological innovation and vision, conforming to the twenty first century academic requirements of a professional institute.

Not only the infrastructure, the university in the last twelve years has created a niche amongst the top institutes, leave alone the law schools. It has been successful in imparting the best legal education and developing the overall personality of the students.

About Conference:

New age Information and Knowledge Centers’ are struggling with conflicts over surveillance, secrecy and protection of intellectual freedom in the new paradigm shift which is privacy centric.

For effective digital transformation implementation, it is important it should be inclusive, coherent and a holistic approach towards digital rights policy proficient with meteoric pace of changes.

Digital preservation is a formal endeavour to ensure that digital information of continuing value remains accessible and usable. It combines with three commissions together and integrates such as Policies, Strategies and Actions to fortify access to reformatted and born digital content.

Paper Submission Guidelines: for more details visit here.

The paper submitted must not have been previously published or presented elsewhere. The Programme Committee will have the right to edit the papers.

Selected papers will be published in the proceedings. The selected papers will be published as edited book with ISBN number in print or digital format. Paper may be submitted in co-authorship.

However, it is mandatory to register at-least one author of the paper who wish to present paper. The paper may be submitted to, before 30th June 2019.


The University facilitates best hospitality including meals, conference kits and other educational material to its delegates. The fee excluding accommodation and stay charges for two categories of delegates are as under:

International :

  • For Students and Research Scholars : $ 55
  • Delegates : $ 65

Indian :

  • For Students and Research Scholars : 1000/-
  • Delegates : 2500/-

Early Bird Registration (from 10st February 2019 to 31st May 2019):

  • For Students and Research Scholars : $ 50
  • Delegates : $ 50

Indian :

  • For Students and Research Scholars : 800/-Delegates : 2000/-

The registration may be submitted in the form of DD in favour of Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab payable at Patiala to Organizing Secretary, ICDT-2019, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Sidhuwal, Bhadson Road, Patiala-147006, Punjab.

For online registration and other details visit here.

Important Dated for Call for Paper:

1. Call for Papers opens: 10 February 2019.

2. Call for Papers ends :30 June 2019.

3. Notification of Acceptance : 10 July 2019.

4. Last Date of Registration : 20 August 2019.

Contact info:

Dr. Arjun: Organizing Secretary.
M:9779911522, Ph.0175-2391314, E-mail:
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The Call For Paper & Themes/sub-themes is here.


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