National Seminar on Constitutionalism and the Contemporary Challenges to Modern India
IMS Unison University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand is going to organise the National Seminar on Constitutionalism and the Contemporary Challenges to Modern India
Date: 13th & 14th March, 2020
Venue: School of Law, IMS Unison University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Constitution imbibes in it a scaffold of its social, political economic structure of the nation with the inclusion of the ideals, values and the tools to achieve the desirable goals of a developing nation; therefore, there cannot be a permanent structure with regard to its concepts and tools. It has to be amended from time to time keeping in mind the experiences, necessities, failures and success being an organic/ living law. This has also been endorsed by the jurists including the Jennings that the dead should not be allowed to rule the nation forever, since the framers were not aware of the problems, necessities and experiences of future generations and nation.
Call For Papers:
Papers are invited from research scholars, academicians, lawyers and jurists on the above mentioned theme. The following sub-themes are only illustrative in nature and may include any paper covering the major themes of the Seminar.
- Secularism: Concept and Practice in India.
- Federalism: Diplomatic / political Targeting.
- Freedom of Speech and Expression: Shadow effects on other fundamental rights especially with reference to the Press.
- Tortious Liability: Judicial March to Political Distribution of State Exchequer.
- Constitutional torts: Emerging jurisprudence
- Reservation, Nuisance Politics and overriding effects of Election.
- Separation of Powers with reference to Union Territories and Emerging practice to serve Political interests under the guise of Constitutional Values.
- Proclamation of Internal Emergency: Farewell in India.
- Unconstitutional practices, Identification of Political and Social threats to the Constitutionalism.
- Constitutional Institutions and Emerging Threats.
- Promotion of the concept and practices of Cultural Exceptionality in India.
- Parliamentary Privileges: Necessity to codify the same to come out from Transitory Status.
- Legislative behavior and necessity of a Constitutional provision to recall.
- Constitutional Provisions and their noncompliance: Identification of reasons and Gaps.
- Electoral Reforms: Formulation of the Constitutional norms to develop and regulate elections in India.
- Revisiting the powers of the head of the state and the head of the Government under the Indian Constitution: Reasons, justification and necessity.
- Judicial precedents: causal approach and confusions in considering them.
- Appointment of Judges in higher judiciary: Emerging issues resulted from different experiences and evolution of responsible constitutional norms.
- Frequent use of unethical and unconstitutional means to achieve oblique goals under the scaffold of Election system.
- Constitutional governance of Human Rights in India.
- Constitutional accountability of individual in violation of fundamental and constitutional values in India: Necessity to revisit the legislative structure
- The abstract must be developed on A4-sheet in Word Document Format typed in Times New Roman in 12 font size with 1.5 line spacing in not more than 500 words, it should not contain more than FIVE keywords.
- The abstract should contain personal details of the author(s) in the order: Title of the paper, Name, Designation, Institute/ University/ College/Organization, Contact number, E-mail and address (is), of the author(s).
- Kindly indicate the name of the main author for correspondence in case of more than one author.
- All abstracts will be peer reviewed and evaluated on the basis of originality, research rigor, relevance to the seminar, and contribution to the theory and practice.
Submission of full Paper:
Submissions are to be made only in electronic form. The same may be e-mailed to email@example.com in MS Word format along with a covering letter addressed to Organizing Secretary.
|Last date for Abstract Submission:
||30th December, 2019
|Date for confirmation of accept Januarynce30th,of 2020Abstract:
||15th January, 2020
|Last date for Registration:
||10th February, 2020
Ms. Arnisha Ashraf
Ms. Sakshee Sharma
Ms. Kanjani Sharma
Ms. Priyanshi Bansal
School of Law, IMS Unison University,
Makkawala Greens, Mussoorie Diversion Road,
Dehradun - 248009, Uttarakhand