Parul Institute of Law, Parul University, Vadodara currently offers Five year Integrated courses of BALLB, BCom LLB, BBA LLB, Three year LLB (Unitary) course and One year LL.M Program in six specializations of Intellectual Property Law, International Law, Public Policy and Governance, Criminal and Security Laws, Environmental Law and International Human Rights Law.
About the seminar
Gender based discrimination represents the ugly face of the society. The issue is global with varying degree and very old. Occupational roles have been set in place and women choose their occupation based on spaces accessible to them. This could be clearly seen through the skewed women representation in higher education even in present times. The terms “sex” and “gender” are often used interchangeably in everyday life, but in sociological literature they are frequently differentiated. The term “sex” is applied to differences between men and women that are based on female or male attributes.
The term “gender” is applied to the cultural aspects of male and female roles. Sexuality and the different capacities of men and women in the reproductive process are particularly likely to be thought of as giving “natural” reasons for gender divisions in society.
The question of gender equality is a very old and burning issue. Illiteracy among women is declining, maternity, mortality and total fertility rates are beginning to fall, and more women are participating in the labor force than ever before. Persistent inequality between women and men constraints a society’s productivity and, ultimately, slows its rate of economic growth. Although this problem has been generally recognized, evidence on the need for corrective action is required.
The Seminar aims to serve as a platform for academicians, professionals, researchers and students to discuss and critically assess the concept of women disparity. It also aims to analyze the innovation and development of the concept and emerge with sustainable solutions in addressing the issues in modern day justice delivery mechanism.
Any student, research scholar, academician or professional.
Papers are invited under the following themes
Research papers, articles and case study which are original and not published elsewhere are invited from Academicians, Research scholars. Professional and Students on various sub themes or any other issue related to the main topic.
Gender disparity in education
Gender disparity in employment
Causes for gender disparity
Schemes and policies about gender disparity
Role of Education/Judiciary addressing gender disparity
Constitutional dimension of gender equality
Any other topic relevant to the main theme of the conference is invited.
Abstract acceptance intimation will be sent within 5 working days
Co-authorship of maximum two participants is allowed.
Each author has to register individually.
All selected papers shall be published in the form of Conference Proceedings with an ISBN number.
The abstract and full papers are to be submitted on email address [email protected] with author’s name, affiliation and designation.
The abstract must contain the highlights of the full paper and should not exceed 300 words along with minimum of three Keywords Author(s) Name(s), University/ Organization, paper title, email address and mobile number, to be stated clearly on the cover page of the paper.
Font type-Times New Roman on A4 size paper. Font size-Heading 14, Sub Heading 9and main text 12.
Length of the paper be up to 4000-5000 words.
Line spacing 1.5.
Registration for the conference can be done through this formand by making the required payment.
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