1st National Seminar on Recent Advances for Sustainable Development in the Area of Management, Humanities, and Law on November 18, 2023!

1st National Seminar on Recent Advances for Sustainable Development in the Area of Management, Humanities, and Law on November 18, 2023!

Important Dates:
Last Date of Submission of Abstract: September 20, 2023
Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract: within 5 days of submission of abstract
Full Paper: October 15, 2023
Last Date of Registration: October 1, 2023

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

In an era defined by unprecedented global challenges and rapidly evolving societal needs, the importance of discussing recent advances for sustainable development in the areas of Management, Humanies, and Law within a seminar cannot be overstated.

CALL FOR PAPERS

PIMR, Department of Law’s 1st Seminar on the theme “Recent Advances for Sustainable Development in the Area of Management, Humanies and Law” invites empirical and conceptual research papers from academicians, professionals, consultants, praconers, research scholars, and students related to the following themes and sub-themes.

Sub-Themes: Seminar papers can be submied on broad sub-themes menoned below. However, research papers can also be submied to any related area or discipline under the Seminar’s broad theme.

TRACK 1: LAW AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

• Environment Law

• Arficial Intelligence and E-governance

• Intellectual Property

• Cons tuonal Law

• Public and Private Internaonal Laws •

Commercial Laws

• Energy Laws

• Gender Jusce

• Criminal Laws

• Sports Law

• Health Law

• Judiciary and Sustainable Development Goals

• Human Rights

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Corporate Delegates, Academicians (Faculty / Consultants), Research Scholars, and Students.

Best Paper Presentaon in each Track.

All the presented papers will be published in Seminar Proceedings with ISBN Number given that all authors have registered separately for the Seminar. Note: All the papers will be checked for plagiarism through Turnin Soware.

Papers with a 10% or less similarity index will only be selected for further process of publicaon.

For more details, refer here

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