Call for Papers! NATIONAL SEMINAR on Federalism in India! 14 OCTOBER 2O23!

NMIMS Hyderabad

SVKM’s NMIMS Deemed to be University was
established under the patronage of SVKM in 1981.
With a rich legacy of 42 years, NMIMS has grown
to be one of the top 10 B-schools in India. It has also
emerged as a multi-disciplinary University with 8
campuses at Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bengaluru,
Hyderabad, Indore, Navi Mumbai and Shirpur, and

About the Seminar

federalism in India:Prospects & Pitfalls

The Indian federal system has become transformed in the last
seven decades—from being dismissed as a full-fledged federal
system to a widely acclaimed federal system in the world. Simply
put, Indian federalism has become more meaningful and
functional post-liberalization. It goes without saying that India’s
command economy, in fact, a mixed economy model has led to
widespread corruption and inefficiency in the government. It has
also affected Centre–state relations with the principles of
federalism often being held hostage by the Centre.


Role of Local Government in India
State-local Relations in India
The Role of Governor in Centre-state relations in India
Judiciary and Federalism in India
River water sharing and Federalism in India
One Nation One Election and Federalism

Theory and Practice of Federalism in India
Regionalism and Federalism in India
Resource Federalism in India
Laboratory Federalism in India
Cooperative and Competitive Federalism in India

Fiscal Federalism in India
Goods and Service Tax (GST) and Federalism in India
The Role Finance Commission in Centre-State relation in India
The Fiscal Responsibility & Budget Management (FRBM) Act, 2003 and

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