CfP: Seminar on New Dimensions of Media Law @ VIT School of Law, Chennai [Sep 28]: Submit by Sep 18 [Extended]

About the Organizer

VIT, founded by the educationist Dr. G. Viswanathan in the year 1984, maintains high academic standards. It excels in research too and strives to be on par with the best in the world. VIT Chennai was started in 2010 and is developing to be the right place for Gen Y in this digital era.

VIT School of Law, the progeny of VIT has entered the legal arena this year, aiming at high goals to be achieved. The Law School aims to impart quality legal education to nourish the young minds with the knowledge of the law, teach them the nuances of the legal profession and equip them to the nitty-gritty of the profession.

About the Seminar

Media as a medium of communication plays an imperative role in the overall growth of the society by providing information and disseminating knowledge, creating awareness on various issues that are vital for society. Media in contemporary times has emerged as the most valuable tool for moulding the opinion of society on the myriads of issues related to humans.

VIT School of Law announces this One day National Seminar that intends to explore into various aspects of the Media law, its social change and impact along with developments, and to focus on various contemporary issues like its relationship with the common public and application in this regard. The Seminar provides first considered discussion on the intricacies of media law. 

Submission Registration and Application Details

  1. For Academicians/NGOs: Rs. 2000
  2. For Research scholars: Rs. 1500
  3. For UG/PG Students: Rs.1000
  4. For every Additional author: Rs.750

Contact Details

Faculty Co-ordinator: Dr. P R L Rajavenkatesan, Phone: +91 9840582063

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Student Co-ordinators:

S Nida: Phone: +91 9894515997

P Shruthi: Phone: +91 9445710745

Seminar on New Dimensions of Media Law at VIT School of Law, Chennai

Seminar on New Dimensions of Media Law at VIT School of Law, Chennai

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