Shoolini University, School of Law in collaboration with HP State Commission for Human Rights if organising a National Symposium on Legal Aspects involved in Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and NRC: Issues and Challenges.
Date: 20th March 2020
Venue: APJ Conference Hall, Shoolini University of Biotechnology & Management Science, Solan (H.P.) India- 173229
The theme for the Symposium is, “Legal Aspects involved in Citizenship Amendment Act CAA and NRC: Issues and Challenges.” The aim and objective of the Symposium would be to educate and sensitize our youth on the most sensitive and contentious issue being debated globally today.
The symposium will be a platform for the students, researchers and other participants to discuss the laws relating to Citizenship Amendment Act. As soon as the Citizenship Amendment Bill was passed in both houses of Parliament and given Presidential nod making it a law, loud murmurs started about another move- the National Register of Citizens or NRC.
Thus, the discussions and deliberations will include practical suggestions and review on the current situation.
Bank Name: Punjab National Bank
Beneficiary Name: Shoolini University of Biotechnology & Management Sciences
IFSC Code: PUNB0043300
Account No.: 0433000100728136
MICR code: 173024002
Branch name: The Mall, Solan
Participants are requested to send the transaction details at mcasol2017[at]shooliniuniversity.com.
Students: Rs. 450/-
Research Scholar/Academician: Rs. 650/-
Early Bird Registration [up to 8th March]: Rs. 350/-
Accommodation charges [19th March Only]: Rs. 550/-
Last Date of Registration: 15th March 2020 (Book your seats on an early basis)
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