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Conference on Human Rights Prisoners Reforms by NHRC @ FIMT, Delhi [March 9]: Registrations Open

By: Aprajita Karki | March 5, 2019

About the organisation and conference:

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in collaboration with Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology (FIMT) is going to conduct an International Conference on Human Rights Prisoners Reforms on 9th March 2019 at FIMT Campus.

Eligibility: All the students/scholars/researchers interested in Human Rights or Prisoners’ Rights and Reforms.

Venue: Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology, FIMT CAMPUS, Kapashera, New Delhi – 110037.

Registration: 

Registration fees: Rs.600

Interested students are requested to fill this Google Form.

Deadline: 7th March 2019.

Certification of participation:

The participants will be provided certificates on successful completion of the Workshop. It is mandatory for all participants to attend all the classes/sessions.

Other information:

• Attendance for all the sessions is mandatory or otherwise, the certificate shall not be issued.
• Due to Limited seats, the students will be selected on First Come First Serve Basis.
• Selected students will be communicated by the Organizing Team on 7th March 2019 to pay the Registration Fee.
• The Last date for submission of registration fees is 8th March 2019 failing to which the candidature shall be cancelled.
• The fee for the workshop is non-refundable.
• Refreshment will be made available for the participants.

Contact:

Faculty Coordinator:  Ms. Deepa Bhutani: 9711464097.

Student Coordinators:

• Mr. Aditya Pandey: 9039030856
• Mr. Krishna Pandey: 8588019483

Email ID: fimtrst2019[at]gmail.com.

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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