IPEM Law Academy Ghaziabad is organizing a National Seminar on “Centre-State Relations under Indian Constitution” 28th March, 2020 (Saturday) at its Campus. We, at IPEM Law Academy, believe in promoting learning and enriching the academic pursuits of our Students. Keeping this in mind, we invite distinguished academicians at regular intervals to share their insights through Workshops/Seminars/Faculty Development Programs/Guest Lectures etc from time to time.
India adopted a Federal Constitution where the powers have been divided into the Centre and States which have been defined clearly under the Constitution. The Union Government has a large sphere of action and plays a dominant role as compared to the States. The Emergency provision provide a way of transforming the normal Federal fabric into an almost Unitary system, so as to meet national exigencies effectively. In certain circumstances the Union becomes competent to legislate even in the exclusive field of State. The process of amending the Constitution for that matter is not very rigid. There have been matters of dispute in the Courts of Law relating to relationship between Centre and States especially regarding of Legislatives, Administration and Financial powers.
In this Seminar, Papers have been invited to Review the Centre-State relation so as to make these more cordial and smooth.
Research Papers are invited in Hindi/English on the Theme and following Sub-themes:-
i. Nature and History of Federalism in India.
ii. Reasons for making the Central Government strong as compared to States in India.
iii. Distribution of Legislative Powers in India.
iv. Distribution of Administrative Powers in India.
v. Distribution of Financial Powers in India.
vi. Power of Union to deal with Extraordinary provisions such as Emergency.
vii. Provisions in case of failure of Constitutional machinery in State.
viii. Power of Parliament to legislate with respect to Matters in the State list.
ix. Power of Parliament for formation of new States and Alteration of Areas/Boundaries and Names of the States as well as Extinct the existing State.
The list is not exhaustive; other issues relevant with the main Theme may also be selected.
Abstract: Abstract should be upto 300 words including Key Words and contain the following details:-
- Title of the Paper.
- Name of the Author (s)
- Contact Number
- Email Address
- The Full Paper should be between 3000 to 5000 words (including Footnotes).
- The text English in Times New Roman with Font Size 12 and Line Spacing 1.5
- The main Hindi Text should be in Krutidev 010 with Font Size 16.
- All references must be in the form of footnotes in Times New Roman with Font Size 10.
- Only two Authors are allowed for Co-Authorship.
- Registration will be separate for each co-author.
- Entries must be Original and unpublished in any form.
- Any sort of Plagiarism will disqualify the entries.
All Abstract and Full Papers are required to be submitted electronically through e-mail attachment in MS Word format to email at: firstname.lastname@example.org , i.e. Abstracts by 28th January, 2020 & Full Papers by 10th March, 2020 as per the format given. You are requested to kindly circulate this information about the Seminar and motivate your Academicians/Legal Officers/Students and all concerned to submit their Abstracts and Full Papers as well Participate in the Seminar on 28th March, 2020 (Saturday).
Registration forms along with a DD of Rs. 500/- (Academician, Advocates) or 300/- (Scholars & Students) and NEFT as per details mentioned in the brochure may be sent latest by 20th January, 2020. For any clarification, the Coordinator Dr. Meenakshi Tomar (9958170581) & Ms. Sonam Singh (8077751574) could be contacted.
Looking forward to welcome you in the Seminar at IPEM Law Academy on 28th March 2020 (Saturday).
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