Friday, January 11, 2019

Admission Announcement: LL.M @ TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi



Applications can be made on-line at <www.terisas.ac.in/how-to-apply>    

Apply for 2 day Certificate Course in Law & Public Policy by Centre for Civil Society at Delhi & Mumbai

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On Fri, 11 Jan 2019, 00:06 Social Science Informer <socialscienceinformer@gmail.com wrote:


Greetings from the Centre for Civil Society,
The Republic Day marks the day when the Constitution came into effect. Today, the Constitution is often used as an instrument for progressive change, or seen as an aspirational document of what the State should be. While it is both of them in limited capacities, it's fundamental role is to pose a set of constraints--to establish separation of powers, a system of checks and balances and to constrain the scope of legislation, among other things.

The document has been remarkable in ensuring peaceful transitions of power, protection of linguistic minorities, women's and dalits' rights and in constraining majoritarianism. At the same time, government policy has shaped its interpretation in such a way that it has failed to effectively constrain the State from intervening in citizens' lives. The Indian state's long conflict with individual liberties is manifest in constitutional cases like Champakam Dorairajan (1951), Golaknath (1967), Kesavananda Bharati(1973) and Justice K. S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) (2017). The Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Rights raise some fundamental contradictions inherent in the Constitution.

These issues are not of mere academic interest. On the contrary, government intervention continues to weigh heavy on India's growth story. There are a 'million mutinies' across the country, on issues such as land rights, reservation in education and jobs, the unemployment crisis, religious freedom and others whose roots lie in an unrestrained state which acted as an arbiter of privilege for one section over the other.

On this Republic Day, join us as we attempt to understand the role of the constitution in India's history and the future that lies ahead. Seats are limited.

Program Highlights:
 A 2-day certificate course in law and public policy. The course will explore the various ways in which the constitution remains the fundamental determinant of government policy, and what implications it has had on India's policy success and failures.

Program Date: 26-27 January

Application deadline: 16 January 2019

Venue: Mumbai & Delhi 

Course Fee: Rs. 2,000/- 

Selection: 
Since the seats are limited and the candidates will be selected on a rolling basis, those who apply earlier will have a higher chance of selection.

To apply click here

If you have any query feel free to get in touch with Reeta Meenareeta@ccs.in   

We look forward to your participation!


Apply for 2 day Certificate Course in Law & Public Policy by Centre for Civil Society at Delhi & Mumbai



Greetings from the Centre for Civil Society,
The Republic Day marks the day when the Constitution came into effect. Today, the Constitution is often used as an instrument for progressive change, or seen as an aspirational document of what the State should be. While it is both of them in limited capacities, it's fundamental role is to pose a set of constraints--to establish separation of powers, a system of checks and balances and to constrain the scope of legislation, among other things.

The document has been remarkable in ensuring peaceful transitions of power, protection of linguistic minorities, women's and dalits' rights and in constraining majoritarianism. At the same time, government policy has shaped its interpretation in such a way that it has failed to effectively constrain the State from intervening in citizens' lives. The Indian state's long conflict with individual liberties is manifest in constitutional cases like Champakam Dorairajan (1951), Golaknath (1967), Kesavananda Bharati(1973) and Justice K. S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) (2017). The Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Rights raise some fundamental contradictions inherent in the Constitution.

These issues are not of mere academic interest. On the contrary, government intervention continues to weigh heavy on India's growth story. There are a 'million mutinies' across the country, on issues such as land rights, reservation in education and jobs, the unemployment crisis, religious freedom and others whose roots lie in an unrestrained state which acted as an arbiter of privilege for one section over the other.

On this Republic Day, join us as we attempt to understand the role of the constitution in India's history and the future that lies ahead. Seats are limited.

Program Highlights:
 A 2-day certificate course in law and public policy. The course will explore the various ways in which the constitution remains the fundamental determinant of government policy, and what implications it has had on India's policy success and failures.

Program Date: 26-27 January

Application deadline: 16 January 2019

Venue: Mumbai & Delhi 

Course Fee: Rs. 2,000/- 

Selection: 
Since the seats are limited and the candidates will be selected on a rolling basis, those who apply earlier will have a higher chance of selection.

To apply click here

If you have any query feel free to get in touch with Reeta Meenareeta@ccs.in   

We look forward to your participation!


Monday, December 31, 2018

Fwd: 2019 International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Social Sciences



Call for Papers
2019 International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Social Sciences (ICEPS)
Conference Venue: Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo (Japan)
Conference Date: 22-24 August 2019.

Dear Colleagues,

We, ICEPS conference chair – Dr. Chikako Morimoto (Tokyo University of Technology), local committee chair – Dr. Jianming Shi (Tokyo University of Science), and local secretariat - Dr. Fion Yang (Waseda University), are pleased to announce that the 2019 International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Social Sciences (ICEPS) will take place at Fujimi Building, Kagurazaka Campus, Tokyo University of Science on August 22-24, 2019. Last year at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, the conference received over 350 submissions and slightly over 200 delegates from 31 countries participated. Accordingly, worldwide participants in 2019 are expected to reach 350 persons from over 30 countries. All submissions to the conference will go through an anonymous review processes by at least two independent peers. ICEPS provides not only academic platforms, but also opportunities for international and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Therefore, during the three-day conference, all participants will have plenty of opportunities for exchanging ideas, findings and the latest research results, engaging in many academic and industry events, and meeting peers from different countries. We believe participants can share their viewpoints from different perspectives and be exposed to a cross-domain communicating and learning atmosphere through this interdisciplinary joint conference. For detailed information regarding ICEPS 2019, please browse the official website http://iceps2019.globalconf.org/ which has been activated to the public since December 1, 2018.

Abstract/Paper Submission Due Date: March 31, 2019

Sign Up and Submit Now!

Notably, we will send all conference proceedings to ISI office to be possibly indexed in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI). Please note that ISI office welcomes all submissions but there is no guarantee of inclusion in CPCI. Inclusion in CPCI is selective and competitive, while not all-inclusive.

Looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo soon,

Sincerely,

Chikako Morimoto, Ph.D.
Conference Chair of ICEPS 2019
Tokyo University of Technology, Japan

Akkarapon Nuemaihom, Ph.D.
Conference Co-Chair of ICEPS 2019
Buriram Rajabhat University, Thailand

Tsuneo Ogawa, Ph.D.
Conference Co-Chair of ICEPS 2019
Tokai University, Japan

Aurelija Ulbinaite, Ph.D.
Conference Co-Chair of ICEPS 2019
Vilnius University, Lithuania

Jianming Shi, Ph.D.
Local Committee Chair of ICEPS 2019
Tokyo University of Science, Japan

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Contact Persons and Email
ICEPS Local Secretariat: Dr. Fion Yang
ICEPS Secretariat: Miss Ya-Jyun Lin and Mr. Shinya Chang
Email: iceps.conf@gmail.com
Website: http://iceps2019.globalconf.org/



Sunday, December 30, 2018

Call For Papers @ NLIU – INDIA FOUNDATION CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM


NLIU Law Review in collaboration with India Foundation is conducting  NLIU – INDIA FOUNDATION CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM from 16th - 17th March 2019. 

India Foundation is an independent research centre focussed on the issues, challenges and opportunities of the Indian polity. The Foundation believes in understanding contemporary India and its global context through a civilizational lens of a society on the forward move and NLIU Law Review is the flagship law journal of the National Law Institute University, Bhopal. It is a bi-annual, student-edited law journal with an aim to promote a culture of scholarly research and academic writing among students by publishing articles on subjects of interest to the legal profession and academia.   

Kindly find attached to this post the Call For Papers and the Submission Guidelines for the Symposium.

The official call for papers can be accessed at https://nliulawreview.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/

All submissions are to be made to nliu.lawreview@gmail.com before 23:59 hours, 31st  January 2019.

For further details, please drop a mail at nliu.lawreview@gmail.com or contact Avani Mishra (Editor-in-Chief) at +91-9425010150/ Divyam Sharma (Managerial Board Head) at +91 9407474939.



Thank you!


Regards,

Saumya Agarwal
Managerial Board,
NLIU Law Review

First EGROW Conference on Future of Indian Banking Co-hosted with NITI Aayog

Call for Papers
Papers are invited on the following themes:

1.Evaluating critical banking situation in the country, considering domestic and international developments.
2.Recapitalization of Public Sector Banks, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code
3.The future course of Prompt Corrective Action and recovery
4.Alternatives to Basel Norms, if any
5.Privatization, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc

 Inauguration and Select Speakers

The Honourable Finance Minister, Shri Arun Jaitley and Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog will address the Conference.


Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Workshop @ Jadeite Solutions


Sunil Kumar (Ph.D.)
Project Head - Research & Social Evaluation  
Jadeite Solutions Pvt. Ltd
Contact Number 08700235564

1st Basant Kumar Jaggi Memorial Article Writing Competition in association with Jaggi, Jaggi and Jaggi Associates, New Delhi.

Annual Call For Papers - Indian Politics & Law Review (Vol. 3), Submission Ends on December 20, 2018




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