National Seminar on "25 Years of Consumer Protection Act: Challenges and the way forward"
The increase of globalization and the resulting integration between the domestic and international markets has changed the landscape of consumer interaction in terms of products, services, tastes and preferences. The consumer needs both awareness and protection and this can only be ensured by the effective implementation of existing legislations supplemented by new legislations as required.
In this context, the Chair on Consumer Law And Practice (CCLAP), National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore is organizing the National Seminar on "25 Years of Consumer Protection Act: Challenges and The Way Forward".
Date: 22nd and 23rd September, 2012
Venue: International Training Centre, NLSIU, Bangalore
- E-Consumer Protection Problems and Solutions
- Impact of Misleading Advertisements on Consumers and Solutions.
- Implementation of Consumer Welfare Legislations: Reasons for Failure and Solutions.
The seminar is open for participation to Consumer Activities, NGOs, Academicians, Practitioners, Researchers, Students and all those who are interested in consumer welfare.
Call for Papers:
The seminar will focus on opinions and inputs by experts in the relevant field along with selected paper presentations. Participants will be invited to contribute research papers comparing with developed countries on the themes mentioned, which will be subsequently published in Book form by the reputed publisher with ISBN number.
Additionally best papers will be published on CLAP's website: http://clap.nls.ac.in/ and will be considered for publication in the International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice.
Last date of Submission of full paper along with Abstract
20th August, 2012
Confirmation of selection of paper
25th August, 2012
22nd and 23rd September, 2012
Prof. (Dr.) Ashok R. Patil
Chair on Consumer Law & Practice,
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India
National Law School of India University
Nagarbhavi, P B No. 7201, Bangalore - 560242
Phone: 080 - 23160532/23397526
Fax: 080 - 23160534