School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology [CUSAT] is one of the oldest law schools in India imparting quality legal education. The University Grants Commission granted the Special Assistance Programme [SAP] on Corporate Governance and Securities Law to School of Legal Studies, in recognition of its competence in undertaking research in frontier areas of law.
School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology [CUSAT] is organising two day International Seminar on Constitutional Transformation: Seven Decades of the Constitution of India.
Constitutions guide nations from their past through their present to the future. This, in fact, is the spirit of constitutional transformation. Constitutional transformation urges people to change by comprehending the historical, social, and cultural transformations of the nation. Constitutional transformation is both a concept and a phenomenon.
Call for Papers
Research papers are invited from the academicians, researchers, practitioners, social workers and students on the broad themes given below.
The themes for discussion are classified based on constitutional transformation from 1950 till 2020. The themes provided below are not exhaustive and participants are free to choose relevant topics under themes which fall within the broader scope of this framework.
Guidelines for Submissions
Abstract and Full papers must be submitted electronically via email to marchseminar.sls20[at]gmail.com. The organizers propose to publish selected best papers of the Seminar as an edited book with ISBN.
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