Call for Papers: Farm Bill by Literary & Debating Society, School of Law, Sharda University: Submit by Jan 20

The Literary & Debating society of the School of Law, Sharda University is calling for research papers relevant to the current issue of the Farm Bill and the protest of the farmers.

About the Event

The LDS call upon the legal professionals, academicians, practitioners, research scholars, administrators, students, social activists, and the representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations to present their research papers relevant to the below-mentioned themes:

  • Farm Bills 2020: Pro or Anti Farmers’ Rights?
  • One India, One Agricultural Market
  • Challenges to the Minimum Support Price, Public Procurement and Public Distribution Systems
  • Farm Bills 2020 and Human Rights
  • State and Non-State Actors as guardians of Farming values and human rights

The above themes are indicative and the author can send the article on any topic related to the broad theme of the seminar.

Event Objective
  • To critically understand the New Farmers’ Bills
  • To understand the role of the Judiciary in the present situation
  • To Discuss the pros & cons of the new bills
  • To Provide insights to students, academicians, etc. on the long term and ground-level impacts of the recent amendments
Submission Guidelines:
  • The abstract should be a maximum of 250 words indicating the theme of the proposed research with five relevant keywords. The research paper should be strictly thematic.
  • The paper must consist of a minimum of 2500 words and a maximum of 6000 words excluding references and footnotes (Descriptive footnotes and substantive text in the footnotes is not permitted).
  • Footnotes must follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Harvard, 19th Edition/Indian Law Institute Citation).
  • Abstract and Full paper is to be submitted in soft copy in MS-Word format (Times New Roman, font size 14 for the heading, 12 for the text, and 10 for the footnotes with 1.5 spacing for the text and 1.0 spacing for the footnotes).
  • A separate MS-Word File should be submitted containing the article title, followed by Author’s Name, Co-author’s Name (if any) affiliation, communication address, email, and phone details.
  • Submission of a declaration stating that the work is original and bonafide.
  • Only one co-author is permitted.
  • Footnotes must follow any Uniform System of Citation (Harvard,19th Edition/ Indian Law Institute Citation, etc.)
Chief Patrons
  • Hon’ble Shri P.K. Gupta, Chancellor, Sharda University
  • Hon’ble Shri Y. K. Gupta, Pro-Chancellor, Sharda University
  • Sh. P.K. Malhotra, Former Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice.
  • Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Kulshrestha, Dean, School of Law, Sharda University.
Faculty Coordinators
  • Dr. Ritu Gautam, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Sharda University (Co-Convener)
  • Ms. Divyasheel Tripathi, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Sharda University (Co-Convener)
Student Coordinators
  • Abhyuday Dhasmana, 4th Year, Student Convener
  • Soma Singh, 4th Year, School of Law, Student Co-Convener
  • Kumar Chinmay, 4th Year, BBA LL.B
  • Bhavya Gupta, 3rd Year, BA LL.B
  • Deeksha Kulshresth, 3rd Year, BA LL.B
  • Ayush Patle, 3rd Year, BA LL.B
  • Mayank Raj, 3rd Year, BA LL.B
  • Utsav Misra, 3rd Year, BA LL.B
  • Vaibhavi Mishra, 2nd Year, BA LL.B
  • Deepak Seelam Reddy, 2nd Year, BBA LL.B
Registration & Submission Details

Participants should submit the Abstract by 20 January and full paper latest by 30 January 2021 along with the requisite fee to

Registration Fees
  • Professionals/Advocates & Academicians: Rs. 100/-
  • Students & Research Scholars: Rs. 50/-
Bank Details

Name of Account Holder: Sharda University School Of Law

Account Number: 912010034705440

IFSC Code: UTIB0000624

Bank Name & Address: Axis Bank Ltd., Alpha Commercial Belt Greater Noida

Email ID: literary.debatingsociety[at]

Important Dates
  • Last Date for Abstract Submission & Registration: 20 January, 2021.
  • The Last date for submission of Full Paper: 30 January 2021

Schedule of Seminar & prize distribution ceremony shall be shared with attendees/participants via mail.

Prizes and Awards
  • Best Article Winner: Certificate & Rs. 5000/-Cash Prize
  • Runner Up: Certificate & Rs. 2000/-Cash Prize
  • Certificates of merit to 5 best participants. Other participants/attendees shall be awarded an E-Certificate for Participation and Attendance

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International Conference on National Space Legislation Centre for Aviation and Space Laws by WBNUJS ;Submit by 20 January

About the Conference

In the wake of above concerns, the Centre for Aviation and Space Laws of the WB National University of Juridical Sciences finds it timely to organise an international conference to map the current developments in national space legislation.

The focus of this conference is to find out how far the national space laws of different States deviate from their international treaty obligations and what corrective steps are required to ensure that international harmony is maintained in space exploration.

This endeavour is expected to contribute positively in leading a way for developing balanced national space laws, especially in the States where the attempts are currently going on to enact national space legislation.

Major Sub- Themes of Conference
  • Critical issues in licensing private space activities in different States
  • Dealing with the aspects of responsibility and liability under the existing national space laws
  • Property rights and national space laws
  • Space demilitarization: National regulations
  • National legal responses for protecting space environment
  • Dealing with IPR issues under the national space laws
  • Remote sensing policies and data protection
  • National space legislation for India
About the Call for Papers
  • Those who are interested in presenting a paper on any of the above themes must send an abstract of 400 words along with a brief biographical note (not more than 100 words) on or before 20 January 2021.
  • The acceptance of the paper for presentation would be informed by 25 January 2021.
  • A full-length paper of 5,000-6,000 words must be sent by 20 February 2021.
  • If the full length paper is not submitted before the last date, authors will not be allowed to present the paper in the Conference.
  • Submission of the full paper would be presumed as unconditional consent of the author/s for a possible publication by the organizers.
Important Dates
  • Last date for submission of Abstract: 20 January 2021
  • Last date for submission of Full Paper: 20 February 2021
  • Conference Date: 27 February 2021


All submissions must be sent to

Expected Participants
  • As this academic exercise is on the current concern faced by the international community, participation from various segments of the society is expected.
  • While academicians, students, and researchers would benefit immensely from the discussions, the legal practitioners would also be able to acquaint themselves with this emerging branch of law.
  • With the participation of internationally renowned space law experts as resource persons, even the lawmakers and other government representatives would be benefited out of their participation in this international conference.

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23rd & 24th November, 2020 • 10.00 am – 5.00 pm (IST)


The COVID 19 pandemic has topsy-turvies global scenario in every sphere. The whole equation and thrust of global politics and economics is now at a new verge. The main question is now – how we can secure human race and humanity. This is the main thrust of the Two-day International Conference on “Human Security & Pandemic” to be held on 23rd & 24th November, 2020.









All paper presenters will receive E Certificate of Participation, signed by the organizing Committee.

All submitted full papers will be published in form of a book with ISBN No. from one reputed publishing house of India.

Presentations will be digital, on web-platform.

The Final Programme Schedule will be published on the website after 15th November 2020.

The entire conference will be conducted on the Zoom platform. The link will be shared with all registered participants. It can be broadcasted on the YouTube page of Amity University Mumbai.

Who can join: Research Scholars, Faculty Members, Policy Makers, Social Workers

15TH OCTOBER, 2020
23RD & 24TH NOVEMBER, 2020
  • The Abstract should be in English.
  • It should not be more than 300 words.
  • The word limit of Full paper is 3000 – 5000.
  • Full paper should be written in British English.
  • Avoid plagiarism.
  • Tables, figures, and images should be properly named and of good quality.
  • Duration of Each Presentation – 15 minutes including questions-answers.


Prof. (Dr.) Alka Parikh
MA (Gold Medalist), PhD (Cornell University)
Dean Research (Social Sciences) &
Director, AILA, AUM

Organizing Secretary

Dr. Nandini Basistha

MA (Double), MPhil, PhD, Post Doc, Assistant Professor, AILA, AUM
Mobile: 9729074479.

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ISSN 2394-1936
Call for Submissions

The International Journal of Legal & Social Studies (IJLSS) is an open-access journal which follows double peer blind review process and is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue – Volume IV Issue II

What we expect from the Contributors:

An original piece with outstanding analysis of the problem with its origin, and legal jurisprudence with the possibility of an intersectionality with social studies. The article piece should not be submitted or considered by any other publishing forum.

Papers may be submitted under the following categories:

Each paper must be accompanied with an abstract of 200-250 words encapsulating the segments covered in the submission.

Long Articles: Between 5000 and 8000 words, inclusive of footnotes. Papers in this category are expected to engage with the theme comprehensively, examine literature comprehensively, and offer an innovative reassessment of the current understanding of that theme. It is advisable, though not necessary, to choose a theme that is of contemporary importance. Pure theoretical pieces which can substantially theorize concepts are highly appreciated.

Essays: Between 3000 and 5000 words, inclusive of footnotes. Essays are far more concise in scope. These papers typically deal with a specific issue and arguments are so advanced in pursuance of providing limpid reasoning and at the same time is conceptualized differently. These articles usually tend to be more engaging, and make a more easily identifiable, with concrete argumentative narrative throughout the essay.

Case Notes: Around 1500 and 2500 words, inclusive of footnotes. This segment undertakes an analysis of contemporary judicial pronouncement and such an analysis is geographically not limited to India subcontinent but any other jurisdiction in the world which juxtaposes and analyzes the intersectionality of Law and Social Sciences are considered. The paper must identify and examine the line of cases in which the decision in question came about, comment, and analyze the implications of such legal developments.


Submissions are preferred in the font style ‘Garamond’, font size 12, spacing of 1.5 unit. The title of the paper should be in font size 16 and bold. The name of name of the author(s) should be in font size 14 and italic. All the footnotes should be in the font style ‘Garamond‘ and font size 10 along with black as the uniform colour unless there is usage of any charts and tables which needs to be emphasized through a different colour. All submissions must be word processed, and compatible with Microsoft Word 2007.

Submissions must strictly conform to the Bluebook 20th edition system citation. Please use United States-English for the purpose of your writing. A person can only make a single submission; however, one submission can be co-authored by two.


All submissions should be directed and addressed to the email address alone and no other medium of submission     can     be     adopted     by     the     contributors.     Please     submit     the     papers to indicating which category your paper is intended for. All submissions should contain the name of the author, professional information, the title of the manuscript, and contact information. Submissions may be emailed with the subject heading ‘IJLSS – Submissions’. The submission should also entail a covering letter with the personal information of the authors; and such information shall be provided in the first page of the submitted article.


The submission portal will cease its functionality to accept any further submission post 7th November 2020.

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Asian Development Bank (ADB) announced internships for the Master’s degree students or doing a doctoral degree. This internship is fully funded. All those countries are eligible who are on the list of ADB Members country. There are almost 68 countries on the list.

This internship is not for the bachelor’s students. The Minimum duration of Asian Development is 8 weeks it could be 26 weeks. All details of ADB Paid Internship 2020 | Fully Funded are as follows.

You can apply according to your country and also, the location of the internship depends on the country where you apply.

  1. Offering Country: Varies (ABD Member Countries).
  2. Host Institute: Varies.
  3. Available Seats: Not Mentioned.
  4. Available for: Masters and Doctoral students.
  5. Courses: Mentioned below.
  6. Total Award: Fully funded
  7. Last Date to Apply: 30th Sep 2020.
  8. Eligible Nationals: All International Countries.

Also, international fully-funded scholarships for BachelorsMasters, and Doctoral programs, please check them also.


Please check out the benefits below.

  • Applicant will get stiipend as well.
  • ABD will also cover some part of Airfare expenses.

What will you Get

  • Internees can contribute to ADB’s business through their research work.
  • Wide knowledge of finance development.
  • Work experience with international highly professional employees.


  • The applicant must be enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral program.
  • Must be from ADB Member countries.
  • have experience related to relevant fields.

Selection Criteria for ADB Paid Internship 2020 | Fully Funded

  • All applicants will apply through the Online Application portal.
  • Need to provide answers to an essay.
  • Updated CV required.
  • Relevant field experience, related educational documents.

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How to Apply

After registering yourself, complete the application form and uploaded all your supporting documents. o apply for the Internship Visit the Official website of the Asian Development Bank.

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Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, formerly Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law Institute, is an institute for law in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Dr, RMLNLU was established in 2005, and since then, has been providing undergraduate and postgraduate legal education.


RMLNLU Law Review (‘Journal’) is an annual Journal published by the Journal Committee of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow which seeks to provide numerous insights and views into contemporary legal issues and encourage conversation about the same. We seek to provide numerous insights and views into contemporary legal issues and encourage conversation about the same through our Journal. The RMLNLU Law Review runs parallel to the RMLNLU Law Journal on CMET (Communications, Media, Entertainment, and Technology).

After having celebrated ten years of immense success and acclaim as a reputed Journal, we are pleased to announce the call for papers for Volume XI of the RMLNLU Law Review. We are also extremely excited to bring to your notice, the addition of an Advisory Board for Volume XI of this Journal. The expertise and experience of the diversely composed board which has representation in the form of professors, advocates and legal professionals, is to provide a holistic review of each article and uphold the standard of the articles that finally get accepted for publication; with there being a great emphasis on quality research, relevancy of topic and novel contributions in the scrutiny phase of review.


The Journal accepts submissions from law students and professionals all over the country and abroad in the form of:

  • Articles: 5000-7000 words
  • Essays: 4000-5000 words
  • Case notes/comments: 2000-3000 words
  • Book Reviews: 2000-3000 words

The submissions may be on any contemporary legal issue. The authors are expected to adhere to the prescribed word limit (excluding footnotes and abstract), as indicated above.

Each of these entries shall be required to conform to the set of guidelines that follow.


The formatting shall be as per the following:


  • Font – Times New Roman
  • Font size – 12 pts.
  • Line spacing – 1.5
  • Margin – 1” from all sides
  • Alignment: Justified


  • Font – Times New Roman
  • Font size – 10 pts
  • Line Spacing – 1.0
  • All the sources in the footnotes must be properly cited strictly in accordance with the latest OSCOLA (4th edition) format. No endnotes or speaking footnotes (descriptive footnotes) are allowed.

General Instructions

  • An abstract of about 250-300 words and 5 keywords should be mandatorily included in the same word document as a part of the submission.
  • The title should be Bold, Underlined, in Capitals, Size 16, and Centre Aligned.
  • Headings should be Bold, in Capitals, Size 14, and left aligned.
  • The contents should in no way, directly or indirectly, indicate or reference the identity of the author(s).
  • The submission should be original and non-plagiarized. They should exhibit originality in thought, critical evaluation, and careful interpretations. Submission of a paper shall be taken to imply that it is an unpublished work and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
  • The author(s) must send in the cover letter in the body of the mail, which must contain all the relevant biographical details (Name of the author(s), their degrees, Designation, Name of College/University/Institution, Postal Address, Phone Number and Email ID). A separate attachment as a cover letter will not be entertained.
  • The mail bearing the manuscript must indicate the category that the submission is intended for, i.e. Article/ Essay/ Case Comment/ Book Review.
  • Co-Authorship to a maximum of two members is allowed. However, co-authorship is not allowed in “book reviews” and “case notes/comments”.
  • Editors’ decision shall be final and binding. They reserve the sole rights to the publication of the selected articles in addition to; inter alia, any edits/amends/reproduction.
  • The contributions presented to and accepted for publication and the copyrights therein shall be the intellectual property of the Journal Committee, RMLNLU.


The submissions may be emailed to in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format. The attached submission in the email, i.e., the name of the document must be the name(s) of the author(s).

The subject title for the mail must be ‘Article/Essay/Case Comment/Book Review for Volume XI’. Please note that only one submission per author or a team of co-authors ispermissible. In case of more than one submission, only the one received first would be considered for review.


The deadline for submission of the manuscript is 25 September 2020.

There shall be a rigorous review process comprising 3 stages. Members of the Advisory Board will be closely involved in the review process. This would ensure a greater standard of review and identification of quality academic writing. The authors shall be intimated about the status of their manuscript at every stage.



Agrima Gupta: 9810373335

Harshit Agrawal: 9425429954

Aditya Pattanayak: 9818849520

Position of Research Associate at National Law University, Delhi – last date 08/08/2020

Position of Research Associate at National Law University, Delhi – 
last date 08/08/2020

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  1. This book is dedicated to publishing unplagiarized, high quality research papers providing meaningful insights into the various associated ramifications of Post-colonial literature at large. Scholarly, unpublished and captivating research papers leading new dimensions in the field of research are invited from scholars, faculties and interested academicians.
  2. An abstract of not less than 200 words along with the details of the author(s), (Title Names of Author(s). Organization Affiliation/Position(s). Address, Contact(E-mail) should accompany the paper. The full paper should be of 3000/3500 words.NNo paper less than 2500 words would be accepted.
  3. MLA 8th Edition should strictly be followed for reference (Times New Roman, 12 font size, 1.5 spacing)
  4. The Research Papers are to be submitted to the Email address given below:
  5. The Book will be published with ISBN by Notion Press Publishers.
  6. A bio-note of the author(s) of around 100 words along with a declaration of originality should be mailed separately (MS Word format) along with the paper
  7. Each paper will be checked using Turnitin/ Urkund. Similarity of maximum 10% would be accepted. Crossing the given limit would mean outright rejection.








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Adhikārin JOURNAL FOR CENTRE OF CHILD AND WOMAN STUDIES; A Centre committed to restore the dignity and existence as a basic condition for progression towards equality and

About the Journal

Adhikarin – Journal, the flagship of Centre of Child and Woman Studies will constitute one more step in the journey of struggle to protect and strengthen the position of women in India. The central theme reflects the current context of a rapidly changing society wedged up in a lived experience of ambiguity, volatility, insecurity, and struggle that women and children face. Undoubtedly, issues such as gender inequality, violence and discrimination against women and children are gaining impetus in the present scenario but issues pertaining to securing their fundamental rights are equally vital.

This Journal aims to fore ground the need to search through the mounting complexities of day-to-day experiences, issues, and incidents for the structural underpinnings of contemporary inequalities a new thinking to effectively challenge the structures that central to inequalities.

Submission Categories

The Adhikarin – Journal of Centre for Child and Woman Studies invites submissions under the following categories:

  1. Articles (4000-7000 words excluding footnotes)
  2. Case Comments (upto 5000 words excluding footnotes)
  3. Case Notes and Legislative Comments (up to 5000 words excluding footnotes)
  4. Book Reviews (2000-3000 words excluding footnotes) Submission
    Guidelines: 1. Theme: The theme(s) or topic(s) for the volume is confined to child and woman issues. All submissions engaging facets of legal interest and relevance shall be accepted.
  5. All submissions in Electronic form: All contributions shall be submitted in
    double spaced, with a left margin of one and half inches and send to:
  6. Abstract: Abstract of 150-200 words in length should be sent along with the electronic submissions.
  7. Cover Letter: All submissions must be accompanied with a cover letter providing the title of the paper, name, designation and details of the author and co-author(s) institutional affiliation. It is mandatory for the author/co-author(s) to make a solemn declaration the paper has not been previously published or submitted for Call for Paper elsewhere.
  8. Communication of Acceptance: The decision of editorial board vis-à-vis to acceptance and rejection of a submission for publication shall be final. The decision of acceptance will be communicated to the contributor within six weeks of receiving the submission
  9. Last Date of Submission: September 30, 2020.
    Style Requirement:
  10. Citation: For citation and references, The Bluebook, A Uniform System of Citation (19th Ed.), should be strictly followed.
    electronic form. The paper should be processed in MS Office 2010 onwards,
  11. Lengthy Quotation(s) discouraged: Author(s) should avoid lengthy quotation(s) and keep them precise and succinct, wherever necessary. It is further directed that, quotation(s) must carry apt acknowledgement.
  12. Footnotes: Lengthy and multi-paragraph footnotes are discouraged. Footnote must provide the page number(s) of the source(s). In the case where judicial pronouncements are the source, it is mandatory to cite the paragraph of the judgment in addition to the page number of the Reporter.
  13. Websites: Only authoritative websites must be cited. References to (or citing them in regarding the originality of the paper and that footnotes) unauthentic internet sources inter alia Wikipedia, blogs etc. In gravamen, any sources which can be manipulated by third person are strictly prohibited
    Terms and Conditions The submission(s) should meet the following terms and conditions:
  14. The submission(s) should be coherent, well researched and elucidate in nature. As above mentioned,
    it must be necessarily follow uniform citation method for footnotes/references.
  15. The submission should be the original work of the contributor and not a mere compilation of pre-existing works on the subject. The researched contributions should not violate the copyright of other person(s). contributor(s) must give a certificate/declaration as to authenticity of the work.
  16. The copyright in all articles, published in the Volume, shall vest in the owner of the Law Review, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla.
  17. There is generally, a prevailing (mal)practice to adopt other’s work together with footnotes. If one is reading from works of an author and that author has quoted yet other books or cases etc., the rule is that the one has to find out each original source.
  18. The context of the author might be different. One is not entitled to pick up the footnotes of that other author as also his propositions relating to it. If original is not looked at, you should quote the secondary author and state that the previous author relied on the source as stated in footnotes of previous work.The Contributor has to cover the risk of being sued for copyright, defamation or contempt and agree to suffer the losses if caused by violating copyright.




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Career Opportunities: Gender & Women Economic Empowerment Specialist (38159)


Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination of girls who are most affected.

We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood. And we enable children to prepare for – and respond to – crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge.

We have been building powerful partnerships for children for over 80 years, and are now active in more than 70 countries.


SWEET (Strengthening Women’s entrepreneurs in Egypt) project asserts that targeted gender-specific action is critical to empower women and girls to amplify their inherent individual and collective agency and create an enabling social and economic environment for them. The SWEET project is a five- year- project that will take a three-pronged, rights-based and gender-transformative approach for women and adolescent girls in the carpet industry in the Giza governorate of Egypt to: expand their knowledge and understanding of the sector, improve their social status, provide them a range of industry-relevant skills, and strengthen governance systems and business linkages to build a supportive social environment and an enabling institutional environment for women and adolescent girls.

The Gender & Women Economic Empowerment Specialist will be responsible for providing high strategic technical input to the implementation of SWEET project.

Dimensions of Role:

The post holder reports to the SWEET Project Manager and is responsible for providing top quality technical advisory and program development approaches in the area of the project which is the Economic Empowerment for women.

Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position:

  • Provide technical advisory support to SWEET project team in the area of women economic empowerment.
  • Thorough analysis and research of the social and economic situation in Egypt that affects women economic empowerment and preparation of considerable inputs to the project team.
  • Constant monitoring and analysis of the economic environment in Egypt with proactive suggestions for readjustment of the project interventions if feasible.
  • Support in the value chain assessment including a gender-sensitive market study of the carpet value chain and a business case.
  • Support in conduct an institutional capacity and gender equality assessment of partner CDAs.
  • Identify the best providers of specific skills for women as needed for potential cooperation within the project.
  • Provide context input to support the quality assurance of policy services and foster policy innovation in the specific thematic area to enhance project delivery.
  • Conduct field visits to make sure the project activities being implemented are gender-informed and respond to the key women economic issues within the context of the community.
  • Support in identifying the opportunities for the women entrepreneurs to benefit from funds provided by different institutions and the private sector and other donors.
  • Support in building and maintaining close liaisons with relevant donors and other actors supporting women economic empowerment.
  • Support in the implementation of relevant impactful advocacy activities and campaigns with key stakeholders for supporting the realization the project goal.
  • Support the development and implementation of the gender strategy for the project during the planning phase.
  • Develop tools and guidelines to support gender mainstreaming, and ensure cohesion and alignment.
  • Support the project team to build the capacity of partners for mainstreaming gender transformative approaches in their activities.
  • Provide technical input to the development of content and methodology for capacity building trainings on gender and economic empowerment for the project as required.
  • Develop, implement and monitor the capacity building initiatives;

Identify good practices and strategic opportunities in women economic empowerment.


  • Provide high technical support to SWEET project team in the area of women economic empowerment.
  • Facilitation of knowledge building through developing, implementing and monitoring the capacity building initiatives in the area of economic empowerment.
  • Support in identifying the opportunities for the women entrepreneurs to benefit from funds provided by different institutions and the private sector and other donors.
  • Support in building and maintaining close liaisons with relevant stakeholders for Strategic partnerships building and resource mobilization support.
  1. Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures.

Knowledge, Skills, Behaviours, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives 

  • Bachelor degree in, Economics, Business Administration, Management, International Development, Gender, Human Rights or in other related Social Sciences, with minimum 7 years relevant experience..
  • Experience in programme, policy analysis, and strategic planning;
  • Experience in working with, and building partnerships with governments, donors and civil society organizations internationally and in the field;
  • Strong experience addressing the socio-economic situation in Egypt and its impact on women is essential.
  • Analyse age based and gender based needs and design targeted programming.
  • Engage/dialogue with adolescent girls and ensure their active participation in programmes.
  • Able to analyse girls’ strategic interests and needs in a range of contexts, and develop holistic programmatic and influencing responses to address these needs.
  • Knowledge of external and internal best practices on mainstreaming gender equality and inclusion (diversity) in all areas of work (including within offices and staff).
  • Able to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate gender transformative approaches.
  • Knowledge of best practices and specific challenges around engaging boys and men in development programmes on gendered violence.
  • Ability to lead strategic planning, results-based management and reporting
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude.
  • Ability to advocate and provide policy advice.
  • Demonstrates good oral and written communication skills
  • Focuses on impact and result for the partners and responds positively to feedback.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the local context and of interaction with local development actors and communities.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English is required.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to process large and complex data.
  • Demonstrated writing skills (report writing, proposal, and concept paper writing)
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and team work abilities.
  • Understanding of and commitment to the promotion of gender equality, child protection and inclusion of the most vulnerable.
  • Ability to work under stress and pressure and to meet multiple deadlines and targets.
  • Involves others in setting and achieving goals
  • Creates strong sense of ownership within one part of the business to different stakeholders.
  • An open communicator and team player.

Behaviors – Plan International’s Values in Practice

We are open and accountable

  • Promotes a culture of openness and transparency, including with sponsors and donors.
  • Holds self and others accountable to achieve the highest standards of integrity.
  • Consistent and fair in the treatment of people.
  • Open about mistakes and keen to learn from them.
  • Accountable for ensuring we are a safe organization for all children, girls & young people. 

We strive for lasting impact

  • Articulates a clear purpose for staff and sets high expectations.
  • Creates a climate of continuous improvement, open to challenge and new ideas.
  • Focuses resources to drive change and maximize long-term impact, responsive to changed priorities or crises.
  • Evidence-based and evaluates effectiveness.

We work well together  

  • Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate.
  • Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals.
  • Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities.
  • Engages and works well with others outside the organization to build a better world for girls and all children.

We are inclusive and empowering

  • Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate.
  • Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals.
  • Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities.
  • Engages and works well.

Physical Environment and Demands:

  • The position will be based in Plan Country office in Maadi – Cairo.
  • Typical office environment with frequent field visits in the project locations in Giza governorate.

Level of Contact with Children

Mid contact:     Occasional interaction with children

Type of Role: One year fixed term contract

Location: The position is based in Plan International Egypt’s Country Office, Maadi.

Reports to: SWEET Project Manager

Closing Date: 29th of July 2020

Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.

Please note that only applications and CVs written in English will be accepted.

A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International’s Child Protection Policy.

As an international child centered community development organization, Plan International is fully committed to promoting the realization of children’s rights including their right to protection from violence and abuse. That means we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with.

Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organization, do everything we can to keep children safe. We must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk. 

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Job Openings

Job openings at the Office of Legal Affairs are managed by the United Nations Office for Human Resources Management.  For more information on available vacancies and guidelines for application, please visit the UN careers website at


The Office of Legal Affairs (OLA) offers an internship programme primarily to university students and recent university graduates in the field of law and occasionally in other areas of study such as administration and information technology.  The internship candidates must:

  • be enrolled in a graduate school programme (advanced university degree);
  • be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum bachelor’s level or equivalent); or
  • have graduated from a university degree programme and commence the internship within one year of graduation.

Admission to the OLA internship programme is highly competitive. Interns are normally requested to undertake tasks in connection with the ongoing projects under the supervision of a legal officer in OLA.  In determining the intern’s assignment, due consideration is given to the nature of the projects currently being undertaken in the Office and of the purpose of the internship as expressed by the intern.  The programme has a minimum duration of two months and a maximum duration of six months.

Interns are not financially remunerated by the United Nations.  Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation, and living expenses are under the full responsibility of the interns or their sponsoring institutions.

The internship programme is advertised for application at the beginning of January, May and September.  For details on specific internship opportunities, please review the OLA internship job openings advertised on the UN careers website at

For more information about the United Nations internship programme in general, please read the administrative policies in ST/AI/2014/1.

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Internship (Legal) – United Nations

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Job Type:Internship
Education:Law Student or Graduate
Job Description:The United Nations provides opportunities for students enrolled in a graduate programme to undertake an internship at its Headquarters in New York, Geneva, Vienna, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Bangkok, Beirut and Santiago.The purpose of the United Nations Internship Programme is to:to provide a framework by which graduate and post-graduate students from diverse academic backgrounds may be assigned to United Nations Offices where their educational experience can be enhanced through practical work expose them to the work of the United Nations.gain experience in the work of the Organization with the objective of deepening their knowledge and understanding of the United Nations’s goals, principles and provide UN offices with the assistance of highly qualified students specialized in various professional fields.Application periods:Mid January to mid March (Spring Session): The vacancy announcement is posted mid May, the deadline for applications is mid September.Early June to early August (Summer Session): The vacancy announcement is posted mid September, the deadline for applications is end of January.Mid September to mid November (Fall Session): The vacancy announcement is posted end of January, the deadline for applications is mid May.Apply on

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JOB POST: Professor and Associate Professor at BHU, Varanasi [9 Vacancies]: Apply by July 31

JOB POST: Professor and Associate Professor at BHU, Varanasi [9 Vacancies]: Apply by July 31
About the Institute

Banaras Hindu University is an internationally reputed temple of learning, situated in the holy city of Varanasi. Banaras Hindu University was created under the Parliamentary legislation – B.H.U. Act 1915. It played a stellar role in the independence movement and has developed into the greatest center of learning in India. Banaras Hindu University is privileged to get status of Institution of Eminence (IoE) from the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

 Job Description

Online applications are invited from Indian Citizens and from Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders under section 7A in the Citizenship Act 1955 as well as non-Indian Citizens for the post of Professor and Associate Professor  in the University.

  • Professor [Law]: 3 positions
  • Associate Professor[Law]:  6 positions

For the Post of Professor:

  • An eminent scholar having a PhD degree in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline and published work of high quality, actively.
  • engaged in research with evidence of published work with, a minimum of 10 research publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-Care /SCI listed journals and a total research score of 120 as per the criteria given in Appendix II, Table 2.
  • A minimum of ten years of teaching experience in university/college as Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor, and/or research experience at equivalent level at the University/National Level Institutions with evidence of having successfully guided doctoral candidate.
  • An outstanding professional, having a PhD degree in the relevant/allied/applied disciplines, from any academic institutions (not included in A above) / industry, who has made a significant contribution to the knowledge in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline, supported by documentary evidence provided he/she has ten years’ experience.

 For the Post of Associate Professor:

  • A good academic record, with a PhD Degree in the concerned/allied/relevant disciplines.
  • A Master‘s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed).
  • A minimum of eight years of experience of teaching and/or research in an academic/research position equivalent to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research Institution/industry with a minimum of seven publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-Care /SCI listed journals and a total research score of Seventy-five (75) as per the criteria given in Appendix II, Table 2.
Important Dates
  • Last Date for Online submission of Application form, Application Fee payment & Application Forms PDF download: 31st July 2020 up to 5:00 p.m.
  • Last date for submission of downloaded application form along with the enclosures: 3rd August 2020 upto 5:00 p.m.
Application Process

Interested candidates can apply online through the website.

Application Fees

A non-refundable Application Fee of Rs. 1000/- through online from the candidates of UR, EWSs & OBC categories for Teaching & Group ‘A’ posts. No application fees shall be charged from the candidates of SC, ST and PwDs categories. The application fee is to be paid through the payment gateway by online Internet Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card.

  • Professor: Rs. 1,44,200/-
  • Associate Professor: Rs. 1,31,400/-

Phone Number: 0542-6703236
Fax Number: 0542-6703236
Email ID:

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CfP: National Law School of India Review

National Law School of India Review is inviting contributions for its forthcoming Volume 33, Issue 1.


NLSIR is the flagship law journal of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. In its 33rd year now, the NLSIR is a bi-annual, student-edited, peer-reviewed law journal, which holds the distinction of being the first Indian student-run law journal to be cited by the Supreme Court of India, in its decision in Action Committee, Unaided Private Schools v. Director of Education.

To further our aim to encourage legal writing, provide inclusive legal scholarship, and contribute to issues at the forefront of contemporary legal discourse, the Board of Editors is inviting submissions for its forthcoming Volume 33, Issue 1. 

Submission Guidelines

1.    All contributions submitted to the NLSIR should be original, and should not have any plagiarized content.

2.    By submitting contributions to NLSIR, the author(s) confirms that the manuscript is not being simultaneously considered for publication elsewhere (online or print). 

3.    Pieces with relevance to India or Indian law are particularly welcome. This, however, is not a prerequisite.

4.    Submissions are accepted for the following categories:

 Long Articles: Between 5,000 and 10,000 words. Papers in this category are expected to engage with the theme and literature comprehensively, and offer an innovative reassessment of the current understanding of that theme. It is advisable, though not necessary, to choose a theme that is of contemporary importance. Purely theoretical pieces are also welcome.

Essays: Between 3,000 and 5,000 words. Essays are more concise in scope. These papers usually deal with a very specific issue and argue that the issue must be conceptualized differently. They are expected to make an easily identifiable and concrete argument.

Case Notes and Legislative Comments: Between 1,500 and 2,500 words. Case Notes are expected to analyse any contemporary judicial pronouncement, or a new piece of legislation, whether in India or elsewhere. The Note must identify and examine the line of cases in which the decision in question came about, and comment on implications for the evolution of that branch of law. In case of Legislative Comment, the Note must analyse the objective of the legislation, and the expected legal impact.

Book Reviews: Between 2,000 to 3,000 words.

5. The journal is flexible regarding the word count depending on the quality of the submission. All word limits are exclusive of footnotes

Formatting Guidelines 

1. The body of the manuscript should be in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single line spacing.

2. The manuscript should contain only footnotes (and not endnotes) as a method of citation. Citations must conform to OSCOLA (Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities) (4th edn.) style of citation.

3. Authors are required to adhere to the NLSIR Style Guide which can be found here.

Submission Procedure

Submissions may be emailed to under the subject “33(1) NLSIR – Submission”. All submissions must contain the following:

1.  The manuscript in a .doc or .docx format. The manuscript should not contain the name of the author, their institutional affiliations, or any other identification markers. The title of the manuscript should indicate the sub-theme that the author(s) have chosen.

2.  A separate cover letter in a .doc or .docx format, containing the Name of the author, Professional Information, Title of the manuscript, and Contact information.

3.  An abstract of not more than 150 words.

General Information

1. The deadline for submissions is October 30, 11.59 PM.

2.  Co-authoring of papers among individuals of the same or different institutions is permissible, for a maximum of three authors

3.  Upon submission, every manuscript will undergo two internal reviews by the Board of Editors. If approved in both the rounds, it is subject to a double-blind peer review process. 

4. We hope to update authors on the submission within 4 weeks of their submission.


For more information, please visit For queries, write to us at You can subscribe to NLSIR here.

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Applications for a professor position in catalysis to join University of Hong Kong


Applications are invited for appointment as Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry (Ref.: 500464), to commence as soon as possible, on a two-year fixed-term basis, with the possibility of renewal subject to satisfactory performance and funding availability.


  • Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry or equivalent.
  • They should be experienced in theoretical and computational chemistry applied to modeling of molecules/clusters.
  • Those with background in mechanism study of homogeneous transition metal catalysis would have an advantage.
  • Advanced knowledge of photophysical and photochemistry of the excited state would be desirable.
  • Applicants should be fluent in written and spoken English, with a strong sense of responsibility, good organizational skills, be self-motivated and able to work independently


  • The appointee will be engaged in the high-performance catalyst design and
  • reactivity prediction, mechanism study of transition metal-catalyzed reactions, excited state electronic structure calculations of metal complex/clusters, and
  • design of robust triplet emitters under the supervision of Professor Chi-Ming Che.

Enquiries about the post should be sent to Dr. Vanessa Lo at


  • A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits. (At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income.)
  • The appointment will attract a contract-end gratuity and University contribution to a retirement benefits scheme, totalling up to 15% of basic salary.

Application Process:

The University only accepts online application for the above post. Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V. Review of applications will commence as soon as possible and continue until , or until the post is filled, whichever is earlier.

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NIT Warangal FDP on Internet of Things and Machine Learning From 24 Aug 2020


National Institute of Technology, Warangal NITW has invited application for the ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FDP  ON Internet of Things and Machine Learning this course will start to form the 24 Aug 2020 and will end on 28 Aug 2020 This course is organised by Center for Continuing Education & Department of Computer Science and Engg., NITW


The entire world is going over the data, IoT and Artificial Intelligence. Statistics show a huge data will be grown by 2025. However, we project how machine learning algorithms and concepts are used in the optimization of IoT devices. Today’s machine learning technology is the process of eliminating human interventions wherever necessary and possible. Machine learning is allowing us to learn the patterns by itself and take autonomous decisions without a new set of rules and regulations. If you use Siri the decisions are more appropriate and polished and responses are more accurate as you use more number of times. This is one of the basic applications of using machine learning applications in the internet of things.


The programme is open to faculty and research scholars of all Engineering, colleges and other allied disciplines in India.


The registration fee to apply in this online FDP at NIT Wanrangle on Internet of Things and Machine Learning  is 500 INR 

How to apply

Interested candidates who want to Attend this online Faculty Development program can apply by filling this google form

Last date

The last date of application to apply the FDP at NIT is  23 – 08 – 2020


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Phone: 9700553922, 8332969733

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Organized by National Institute of Technology Silchar


The workshop on the “Interdisciplinary Approach of Tribology in Engineering and Biomedical Research” is scheduled to be held during 04- 08 August 2020. Experienced experts from IITs, NITs, CSIR labs, and reputed universities are invited online to deliver their talks. This course will open up several new paths of research and applications, in the area of tribological science for PG, Ph.D. scholars, faculties, researchers, and industry personnel from engineering and biomedical sectors.

Topics to be Covered:

  •  Fundamentals of Tribology
  •  Materials Tribology and its Application
  •  Nanotechnology in Tribology
  •  Biomaterials
  • Wear and Friction of Engineering Materials, Composites, and Biomaterials
  • Tribology in Biomedical Applications
  •  Surface Engineering and Coating in Tribology
  • Lubricants and Lubrication
  • Tribology in Manufacturing Processes
  •  Uncertainty Quantification in Tribology

Who can apply?

This workshop is open to faculty members, scientists, industry personnel, and the students including research scholars, PG, and UG students of recognized technical institutions, who are interested in the science of tribology and its applications in the field of engineering and biomedical research.

Registration Fee: NIL

How to apply?

Registration for the workshop is limited to the 100 participants only (FCFS basis).

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Last date of registration: 01/08/2020

Confirmation to participants: 02/08/2020


E-Certificates will be issued to all the active attendees with a minimum of 75% attendance.

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Edited Book Proposal on “COVID-19 and Climate Change: Legal Issues and Challenges”

TITLE OF THE BOOK: COVID-19 and Climate Change: Legal Issues and Challenges

While responding to the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in April 2020, the UN Secretary General
AntónioGuterres observed that ‘in planning the corona virus pandemic recovery, there is “a profound opportunity” to steer the world on “a path that tackles climate change, protects the environment, reverses biodiversity loss and ensures the long-term health and security of humankind.”

Recognizing that both Coronavirus and greenhouse gases do not respect territorial boundaries dividing the international community, Mr Gueterres maintained that isolation may not be the answer for the world at large to tackle such global challenges and the solution still lies in international cooperation by implementing the common framework of action under the aegis of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

The fear is that the urgency of addressing the severe economic derailment suffered due to Covid-19 crisis might push a different yet the major concern of Climate Change to the back seat. On the other hand, the current crisis may also provide an opportunity to accelerate the shift from conventional sources of energy to non-conventional sources of energy such as solar, hydropower and wind energy. Indigenous solutions to develop eco-friendly technologies may play a major role in this context.

With these concerns in mind, Law Centre – I , Faculty of Law , University of Delhi , Delhi has organized a webinar on this topic on May 17, 2020 with the involvement of Dr. BalakrishnaPisupati, Chairman, FLEDGE, Former Vice-Chancellor, TransDisciplinary University (TDU, India), Former Chairman, National Biodiversity Authority-Government of India (NBA, India; Prof. Amar Pal Singh, Dean, University School of Law & Legal Studies, GGS Indraprastha University, New Delhi; Prof. Kavita Shah, Dean and Head, Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development (IESD), Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Prof. Debi Prasad Mishra, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur, Prof. Sarabjit Kaur, Professor Incharge, Law Centre-I, Dr. L. Pushpa Kumar, Law Centre-I, and Dr. VikeshTripati, Law Centre-I. The Webinar generated very significant viewpoints that gave prompted the organizers to go for an edited book with the contributions of the speakers and other contributions from the academia.

 Covid-19 And Climate Change: Establishing the linkages
 Covid-19: Finding an opportunity to steer the world on the path to tackle Climate Change effectively
 Tackling new challenges of Environment Protection and sustainable development
 Planning economic revival for a post-Covid-19 world: The need to accelerate the shift to renewable energy sources
 Economic, Legislative and Policy reforms required to aid post-Covid India to achieve its emission reduction targets under the Paris Agreement
 Need to adopt the bottom-up approach towards building the Action Plan for a Climate Positive Recovery for the post-Covid world

The above list is illustrative. The authors may choose to write any other topic which may be relevant to the theme of the book after discussing with the editors. The author may write on any of the aforementioned issues. The chapters must be update on the issue in a critical and analytical manner.The book shall be published by a publisher of repute. There shall be no charges for publication.

The authors have to follow following submission guidelines:

  1. The Chapter must contain an Abstract of 250 words and Keywords.
  2. The Chapter must be between 4000 to 6000 words including footnotes.
  3. The Chapter must be in Times New Roman Font Size 11, Foot Note Size 10.
  4. For Citation and Referencing OSCOLA, 4th Edition, 2012 must be referred.
  5. The Chapters will be scanned on Anti-Plagiarism Software. The Editors have Zero Tolerance Policy towards Plagiarism/Infringement of Copyrights. Authors shall be responsible for all referencing and they shall have to take due permissions from authors and publishers for referencing.
  6. The law discussed in chapter must be update, crisp, pinpointed.
  7. The Chapters shall be screened by Editors and Editors reserve their right to reject any submission.
  9. SCREENING OF ABSTRACT: 25th September, 2020
  10. REVIEW OF CHAPTERS : 25th September, 2020
  11. LAST DATE OF REVISED SUBMISSION: 31st September, 2020


  1. Dr. L. Pushpa Kumar, Email:, Mobile: 9871820771
  2. Dr. Vikesh Ram Tripathi, Email:, Mobile: 9918485460

University Of South Australia – BUPA Unisa International Student Grant, 2020

  • Partial Funding
  • University of South Australia
  • Undergraduate, Postgraduate
  • All Subjects
  • International Students
  • Australia
  • 11/15/2020
Scholarship Description:

University of South Australia – BUPA Unisa International Student Grant, 2020 is open for International Students The scholarship allows Undergraduate, Postgraduate level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at University of South Australia The deadline of the scholarhip is 15 Nov 2020.

Degree Level:

University of South Australia – BUPA Unisa International Student Grant, 2020 is available to undertake Undergraduate, Postgraduate level programs at University of South Australia.

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • All Subjects
Eligible Nationalities:

International Students are eligible for this scholarship program.

Scholarship Benefits:

This support will provide to all successful applicants with the award of $1,000. The award amount will help them to pay for their expenses associated with the study.

Eligibility Criteria:

To qualify for this opportunity, candidates need to fulfill all the given requirements:

  • Applicants must be enrolled or applying for an approved programme at the university
  • Applicants can be a citizen of any county in the world.
Application Procedure:

To apply for this application , all candidates are recommended to enroll in an approved programme at the university first. Once their application for admission is accepted, they can send an application for this application through the university’s scholarship.

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Towson University International Student Scholarship, 2020-21

  • Partial Funding
  • Towson University
  • Undergraduate
  • All Subjects
  • International Students
  • USA
  • 10/01/2020
Scholarship Description:

Towson University International Student Scholarship, 2020-21 is open for International Students The scholarship allows Undergraduate level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Towson University The deadline of the scholarhip is 01 Oct 2020.

Degree Level:

Towson University International Student Scholarship, 2020-21 is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at .

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • All Subjects
Eligible Nationalities:

International students can apply for this scholarship program.

Scholarship Benefits:

The grant is of $2,000 to $11,000. This amount will help students cover their tuition fees and other educational expenses.

Eligibility Criteria:

Please check out the criteria to see whether you are right for this programme or not:

  • Applicants from across the world can participate
  • Applicants must be prospective undergraduate students
Application Procedure:

There is no need to apply for this application separately. To get this application, all you need to do is to take admission in an undergraduate degree programme at the university. To apply for admission, you will have to complete an international student admission application and submit all required documents to TU.

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International Journal of Managerial Finance ISSN: 1743-9132

Journal Description

International Journal of Managerial Finance aims to arm its readership with the latest research and commentary in all areas associated with managerial finance, with an informed, inter-disciplinary and international approach.

Aims and Scope

Although financial in nature, the journal is interested in papers from all disciplines; in particular knowledge management, accounting and economics, which shed further light on the financing decision process. Coverage includes, but is not limited to:

  • Treasury and Financial Risk Management
  • Redefining, measuring and identifying new methods to manage risk for financing decisions
  • The role, costs and benefits of insurance and hedging financing decisions
  • The role of rating agencies in managerial decisions
  • Investment and Financing Decision Making
  • The uses and applications of forecasting to examine financing decisions, measurement and comparisons of various financing options
  • The public versus private financing decision
  • The decision of where to be publicly traded – including comparisons of market structures and exchanges
  • Short term versus long term portfolio management – choice of securities (debt vs equity, convertible vs non-convertible)
  • Corporate Finance
  • Managerial finance responses to the tightening of regulation in the wake of recent financial scandals
  • The relationship between the capital budgeting decision and financing decisions
  • The role of corporate governance when designing new financing projects and establishing executive compensation
  • Costs and benefits to mergers and acquisitions. Measurement of anticipated efficiency gains from restructuring
  • The decision to initiate dividends versus share repurchases

Submit your paper here.

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Online National Level Article Writing Competition

JLU School of LAW, Jagran Lakecity University is organizing a National Article Writing Competition in the domain of Competition Law. 

This online National Level Article Writing Competition is being organized by JLU-SOL Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP) to give an opportunity to the young legal minds of the country to showcase their research and writing skills. The prime focus of this competition is to kindle a light of legal research in the domain of Competition law, its nexus with the Constitutional Law, and the changing dimensions of competition in the market in the COVID-19 era.


  1. The competition is open for all the law students enrolled in undergraduate or postgraduate courses at any recognized university/college across India.

2. Only one submission per author shall be accepted. Multiple or incomplete submissions shall lead to disqualification.

 3. The Articles shall be written and submitted by a maximum of two persons i.e. an author and a co-author.


Submission Guidelines

  1. The Article manuscript shall not disclose the identity of the author/co-author.
  2. Rename the manuscript file with your Name and Institution. An Author Code shall be allotted to you for the purpose of the competition. However, don’t mention your credentials in the main body of the manuscript.
  3. The Article shall be typed in MS Word (.doc/.docx) format.
  4. The Article shall be in single column lay-out with margins justified on both sides.
  5. The length of the Article shall be 2,500 – 4,000 words (excluding footnotes).
  6. The sub-heading shall be in Font size 12, Bold, Times New Roman and Center aligned.
  7. The main text shall be in Font size 12, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing and justified.
  8. All references must be in form of footnotes with Times New Roman, Font size 10, single spacing.
  9. For citation Bluebook style – 20th Edition shall be followed.
  10. Participants not adhering to the word limit shall be marked negatively.
  11. The Articles are strictly meant to be an original work of authors/co-authors. Plagiarized Articles shall be disqualified.
  12. All Article submissions shall be made in soft copy to & subject of the mail shall be “CCILP Article Writing Competition 2020”.


•1st Prize: Rs. 7,500 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN

•2nd Prize: Rs. 5000 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN

•3rd Prize: Rs. 2500 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN

* E-CERTIFICATE shall be issue to all the participants.

Mr. Ankit Singh
Assistant Professor
Coordinator – Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP)
JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal (M.P.)
Email –
Mobile – +91-8827638448
 Important Dates
  1. Last date of payment and registration – 30th July, 2020
  2. Last date for Article submission – 20th August, 2020
  3. Declaration of Results – 10th September, 2020

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Two Week Online Inter-disciplinary (Law and Social Science Teachers) Refresher Course, 2020

JAGRAN LAKE CITY UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Law, Public Policy, Humanities; In Collaboration with the National Law Institute University, Bhopal

Dates: July 28, 2020 to August 12, 2020

About the Online Refresher Course, July 2020:

The Two Week Online Refresher Course (July 28, 2020 to August 12, 2020) to be organized by the JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal, is designed to enhance the teaching and research skills of early career researchers and academicians who are actively engaged in the field of Law and Social Science. This year, JLU-SOL has introduced an innovative training module which will focus on both law and social sciences and shall facilitate a blended training.

The aim of this Online Refresher Course is to provide the participants with an opportunity to acquire knowledge about contemporary developments that are taking place in various specialized fields of Law and Social Sciences. The Online Refresher Course aims to deepen the understanding of contemporary teaching tools and methodologies that are deployed by scholars in the field of Law and Social Sciences, globally. The platform for the Online Refresher Course shall be Zoom.

Broad Areas to be covered in Law

· Traditional Teaching tools, Modern Teaching tools, Digital Teaching, Next Generation Teachers, Learning through gaming

· Intersections in Criminal Law

· Intersections in Constitutional Law

· Interface between IPR and Competition Law

· Law and Psychology

· Sports Law

· Changing Dimensions of Cyber Law

· Media & Entertainment Law

· Family Law

· Law and Medicine/ Health Law

· ADR Mechanism

· Business and Commercial Laws

Broad Areas to be covered in Social Sciences

Political Science:

· Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic and New World Order

· Role of UN in maintenance of International Peace and Security


· Legal Framework and Recent Economic Trends in India

· Economics of Legal Issues and Government Policies

· Economic Recovery Post Pandemic: The U shape or the Nike Swoosh


· .World War II and the Diplomatic History

· The History of Indian Law System


· Role of syntax in effective communication.

· English as a language of International Business.

· Beat Competition with effective communication

· Language, Society and Culture

· Literature as a critique of law


· Forensic Psychology

· Disability Psychology

· Interdisciplinary nature of Psychology

Public Policy:

· Framing and drafting of Public Policy in India

· Law, policy and urban development

· Policy on migrants and immigrants


· Online Teaching and Creating MOOCs

· Tax Planning to reduce tax burden

· Emerging areas in Social Science Research

· Law and Social Transformation

Resource persons:

Vice Chancellors; senior professors and experts from various renowned institutions of the country and top professionals from the industry will be gracing the course as resource persons and will be interacting with the participants on various issues.

Who Can Participate:

This Refresher course has been specifically designed to hone the skills and upgrade the knowledge of early-career academicians, research scholars, advocates and legal professionals.

Registration Details:

Registration Fee: INR 1500

Mode of Payment: Paytm

QR Code can be found in the information brochure

Registration Procedure:

As the seats are limited, interested candidates are requested to register for the course at the earliest. A copy (screenshot) of payment receipt along with particulars of name, address, affiliation and current designation will be needed to be e-mailed to the

Application for the course will be considered complete only after the payment of registration fees. No payment shall be accepted after the last date of registration. In the event of non-selection of the applicant, the registration fee will be fully refunded.

Important Dates:

Opening of Registration Form: June 28, 2020

Last date for Submitting Registration Form: July 25, 2020

Confirmation of Participation will be communicated.

For Registration Contact:


Dr. Yash Tiwari

Assistant Professor


Mobile: 9425440732


Mr. Anugrah Pratap Singh Rajawat



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07 posts of Law faculty in Pondicherry University (A Central University) – last date 24/07/2020

PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY (A Central University)Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Administrative Building, R. Venkataraman Nagar, Kalapet, Puducherry – 605 014


School of Law

Post :  Assistant Professor (Law)

No of posts :  04 posts

Pay level :10A (0 Rs 57,700/- to Rs.1,82,400/)

Post : Associate Professor (Law)

No of posts : 02 posts

Pay level  :13A 

Post  : Professor (Law)

No of posts  : 01 ,OBC

Pay level :14

How to apply
Pondicherry University has now reopened the online portal for fresh applicants for faculty positions in various disciplines. Visit University Website for further details. Candidates applied earlier may update their credentials, if any, by using their login ID. The last date for submission of online applications and updating credentials is 24th July 2020 5.00 PM (IST). 

The last date for receipt of Hard Copy from fresh applicants is 31st July 2020 Online Application.

Important dates

 The last date for submission of online application is 24th July 2020 5.00 PM (IST)
 Hard copy of application to be received on or before 31st July 2020

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The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies; Call for Papers: Recovery and International Law

About the Journal

The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies is a biannual peer-reviewed journal published by Brill | Nijhoff.  The objective of the Journal is to explore the application of international law to humanitarian crises and, more specifically, to examine the role that this legal framework plays in protecting human security during times of emergency.

Scope of

The scope of the Journal is broad and it publishes papers on international humanitarian legal issues including but not limited to: the law of international and non-international armed conflict; the protection of human rights during times of armed conflict; international refugee law; military law; disaster law; the law of post-conflict reconstruction; and international criminal law.

The Editors-in-Chief of the Journal are Russell Buchan (University of Sheffield, UK), Emily Crawford (University of Sydney, Australia) and Rain Liivoja (University of Queensland, Australia).

The Journal is now accepting contributions for Volume 12(1), which will be published in June 2021. This edition will focus on the theme of ‘recovery and international law’, and we welcome articles on this topic, which we define broadly to include law reform in the wake of major humanitarian incidents, reparations, transitional justice and post-conflict reconciliation and reconstruction.

The Journal publishes:

full-length articles (of no more than 10,000 words excluding footnotes),

shorter commentaries and case notes (4,000 words), and

book reviews (1,500 words).

The Journal welcomes contributions from academics, government and non-governmental organisation officials, military personnel, and practitioners working in the humanitarian field more generally.

Submission Guidelines:

Contributions must adhere to the OSCOLA referencing style and follow the Journal’s Instructions for Authors. For contributions to be considered for publication in Volume 12(2) they must be submitted no later than the 31 December 2020.

Any queries may be addressed to the Editors-in-Chief ( and proposals to review books should be discussed in advance with the Reviews Editor (

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Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research ( An International Open Access Journal, Peer-reviewed, Refereed Journals )

ISSN: 2349-5162 | UGC approved journal no 63975

JETIR (International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, An International Open Access Journal) explores advances in research pertaining to applied, theoretical and experimental Technological studies. The goal of JETIR is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world.

Important Dates Related to Publication Procedure:

  • Paper Submission Till: 29 Submit Your Paper Anytime, no deadline Publish Paper within 2 days – No deadline submit paper any ti.
  • Review (Acceptance/Rejection) Notification: Within 03-04 Days.
  • Paper Publish:Within 03-04 Days after submitting the all documents.
  • Publication Charge 2100 | Impact Factor: 5.87
  • Frequency: Monthly (12 issue Annually)
  • Journal Type : Open Access
  • Publication Guidelines : COPE Guidelines

Research Area:

How to submit the paper?

Call For Paper

Submit Paper online

Publication Process

Types of Articles invited:

Research PapersSurvey Papers
Experimental Result PapersAnalysis Study Research Papers
Informative ArticleComparison Papers
Case Studies PapersReview Papers
Comparative StudiesDissertation Chapters
Research Proposals or SynopsisWorking Projects
New Innovation & IdeaPrototypes and Models and many More

Indexing and Membership:

Publication Guidelines : COPE Guidelines

Indexing : All indexing Patners

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Social Science and Humanities Journal (SSHJ) ISSN: 2456-2653

About the Journal

It is an international refereed journal in English published Monthly.

The SSHJ is an international peer-reviewed, electronic, online journal in English that provides rapid publication of articles in all areas of the social science, humanity and linguistics. The SSHJ will cater to needs of all those researchers and academicians looking forward to contribute through their knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of social science & humanity. The SSHJ is a publication model that enables the wide dissemination of research articles to the global community without restriction. Thus, all articles published under open access can be accessed by anyone with internet connection.

The Journal will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Antropology, Art, Communication studies, Corporate governance, Criminology, Crosscultural Studies, Demography, Development studies, Economics, Education, English Literature, Ethics, Geography, Law, Linguistics, Library Science, Media Studies, Methodology, Philosophy, Political Science, Population Studies, Psychology, Public administration, Sociology, Social Welfare, History etc.

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  •  The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  •  The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  •  Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  •  The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  •  The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

For more information you can visit the official website, http://Social Science and Humanities Journal (SSHJ)




‘Jus Scriptum ’is gratified to announce a call for papers for its First Volume which will focus on contemporary issues in the field of law.

Paper Submission Procedure

Author/s must submit paper/s through submit article link which is available at copy of the article should be sent via e-mail to


The authors are duly expected to follow the prescribed format:

  • The author/s shall submit the article on a A4 size paper length
  • Authors name and designation should be mentioned on the top right corner of page one i.e. below the title of the paper
  • The words limit for article shall be 3000-4000 words,
  • The submission shall be in MS Word format and NOT in any other format.
  • The font shall be in Times New Roman of font size 12, with spacing of 1.5. The footnotes to be in Times New Roman of font size 10. End notes are not to be used.
  • Citation Mode – A uniform method of citation is accepted.
  • All articles submitted will be checked for plagiarism. The authors are strictly expected to acknowledge the references made use of.
  • Co-authorship will be allowed to a maximum of three authors.


CO-AUTHORS-(2Authors)1000 INR
CO-AUTHORS-(3Authors)1500 INR

**Authors will be awarded with Certificate of publication which will be sent through courier/speed post


Submission Deadline: 31st July 2020.

Intimation of Acceptance: 5 days from the date of submission.

Date of Publication of Volume 1 Issue 1: 09th August 2020.

**In case of queries and clarification feel free to

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ISSN: 2374-2674 (Print) 2374-2682 (Online)

DOI: 10.15640/jlcj


Founded in December 3111, the American Research Institute for Policy Development serves as a focal point for academicians, professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world.

As an independent, non-profit, research organization, ARIPD also works in affiliation with American Association of International Researchers (AAIR). Visit to know more about the INSTITUTE.

The INSTITUTE publishes the research papers through a number of international journals (all the journals are published in print and online). These journals are led by the world’s reputed professors. The quick and double blind review process, rich editorial board, zero tolerance for plagiarism and high respect for publication ethics, a strong commitment for scheduled publication are the key features of the Institute’s journals.

The INSTITUTE calls for research papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews for the coming issue of the journals. (The list of the journal is attached at the end of the letter).


1.The interested contributors are highly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor as attachment at or

2.As the INSTITUTE follows the central submission policy (same submission e-mail for every journal), the contributors/authors are requested to indicate the name of the journal in the cover letter in which they are interested to publish.

3.If a contributor is not sure about the suitability of her/his paper for a specific journal, she/he should send the paper to the executive editor at , the executive editor will decide the journal for her/his paper.

View the complete list of the journals

View the journals by subjects

View the journals of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

View the journals of Business & Economics

View the journals of Science, Engineering & Technology

FieldJournalSubmission DeadlinePublication DateVolume & Issue
Arts, Humanities & Social Science
AnthropologyJournal of Anthropology and ArchaeologyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
GeographyJournal of Geography and Earth SciencesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Governance/ Political ScienceJournal of Power, Politics & GovernanceJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
History /Political ScienceReview of History and Political ScienceJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Language/LiteratureInternational Journal of Language and LiteratureJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Philosophy/TheologyInternational Journal of Philosophy and TheologyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
EducationJournal of Education and Human DevelopmentJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20209(3)
Social Science (General)Journal of Social Science for Policy ImplicationsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Sociology/Social WorkJournal of Sociology and Social WorkJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Public AdministrationPublic Policy and Administration ReviewJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
International RelationsJournal of International Relations and Foreign PolicyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
JournalismReview of Journalism and Mass CommunicationJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Peace and ConflictJournal of Global Peace and ConflictJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Foreign Languages (Published in various languages)Journal of Foreign Languages, Cultures & CivilizationsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Islamic StudiesJournal of Islamic Studies and CultureJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Social Welfare/
Human Rights
Journal of Social Welfare and Human RightsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Arts and Humanities (General)Review of Arts and HumanitiesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20209(2)
MusicInternational Journal of Music and Performing ArtsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Linguistics/ CommunicationInternational Journal of Linguistics and CommunicationJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Law/Criminal JusticeJournal of Law and Criminal JusticeJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
PsychologyJournal of Psychology and Behavioral Science               July 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Physical Education/
Sports Management
Journal of Physical Education and Sports ManagementJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20207(2)
Gender/ Women’s Studies           International Journal of Gender and Women’s Studies July 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Art and Art HistoryInternational Journal of Art and Art HistoryJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Library and Information SciencesJournal of Library and Information SciencesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Multilanguage Journal (Published in various languages)International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary ResearchJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Business & Economics
ManagementJournal of Management Policies and PracticesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
EconomicsJournal of Economics and Development StudiesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(3)
Strategic ManagementStrategic Management QuarterlyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20209(3)
Business Law/ Business EthicsJournal of Business Law and EthicsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
AccountingInternational Journal of Accounting and TaxationJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
MarketingJournal of Marketing ManagementJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Finance/BankingJournal of Finance and Bank ManagementJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
EntrepreneurshipJournal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship DevelopmentJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Human Resources ManagementJournal of Human Resources Management and Labor StudiesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Business AdministrationReview of Contemporary Business ResearchJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20209(2)
International Business
/International Economics
Journal of International Business and EconomicsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
MIS/ E-commerceJournal of Management Information System and E-commerceJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Administrative SciencesJournal of Administrative Sciences and Policy StudiesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
TourismJournal of Tourism and Hospitality ManagementJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Islamic Banking/FinanceJournal of Islamic Banking and FinanceJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Multilanguage Journal (Published in various languages)International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary ResearchJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Science & Technology
Agriculture/ EnvironmentJournal of Agriculture and Environmental SciencesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20209(2)
Computer Science/ITJournal of Computer Science and Information TechnologyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
EngineeringJournal of Engineering and ArchitectureJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
BiologyAmerican International Journal of BiologyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Natural SciencesJournal of Natural SciencesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
ChemistryJournal of Chemistry and BiochemistryJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Mathematics/StatisticsAmerican Review of Mathematics and StatisticsJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Physics/AstronomyInternational Journal of Physics and AstronomyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
Health SciencesInternational Journal of Health SciencesJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(3)
Medicine/PharmacyInternational Journal of Medicine and PharmacyJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)
NursingInternational Journal of NursingJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20207(2)
Physical Education/
Sports Management
Journal of Physical Education and Sports ManagementJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20207(2)
Multilanguage Journal (Published in various languages)International Multilingual Journal of Contemporary ResearchJuly 31, 2020September 30, 20208(2)

For any additional information, please contact with the executive editor at

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DEADLINE: November 8, 2020

Chevening Scholarships are the UK Government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth office (FCO) and partner organisations. the programme offfers award t outstanding scholars with leardership potential from around the world to study for a master’s degree in any subject at any UK University.

The significane of the Chevening Scholarship scheme rests on its large scope- approximately 700 scholarships are awarded each year to students from more than 110 countries, allowing students from developing countries to access British teritary education institutions, some of them which are of a very high standard as determined by the Internataional rankings.

The most popular destinations for the Chevening Scholars to study in 2011 were London School of Economics & Politics Science, University College London., and the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, University of Nottingham, University of Bath and King’s College London.

The Cheveing Scholarships application process opens August 5, 2019


A Chevening Scholarships normally covers

University Tuition fees

• A monthly stipend

• Travel costs to and from the UK

• An arrival allowance

• A homeward departure allowance

• The cost of one visa application

• A travel grant to attend Chevening events in the UK


To be eligible for a Chevening Award you must:

  1. Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country.
  2. Return to your country of citizenship for a minimum of two years after your award has ended.
  3. Have an undergraduate degree that will enable you to gain entry onto postgraduate programme at a UK university. This is typically equivalent to an upper second-class 2:1 honours degree in the UK.
  4. Have at least two years’ work experience (this may be up to five years for fellowship programmes, so please refer to your country page for further details)
  5. Apply to three different eligible UK university courses and have received an unconditional offer from one of these choices by 12 July 2018.
  6. Meet the Chevening English language requirement by 12 July 2018
  7. In order to receive a Chevening Award, all applicants must demonstrate that they have fulfilled the Chevening English language requirement by 11 July 2019.

All applicants to ensure they have fulfilled the English language requirement as early as possible by either:

  • Taking an English language test
  • Claiming an exemption based
  • Claiming an exemption based on the UKVI exempt categories

• Chevening accepts English language tests from five providers:

• Academic IELTS

• Pearson PTE Academic


• Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Trinity ISE II (B2)

Applicants must ensure they meet the minimum work experience requirement for the award that they are applying to before submitting their Chevening application:

  1. Chevening Scholarships two years’ work experience

2. Chevening Fellowships – either five or seven years‘ work experience depending on the fellowship. Please check your country page for eligibility details relating to the specific fellowship you are app to.

3. If you do not already have the required level of work experience, you will be unable to submit your application.


Please note that Applications open on August 5, 2020

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27 posts of DISTRICT JUDGE(ENTRY LEVEL), DIRECT FROM BAR – 2020 – last date 19/07/2020

HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA District Judge (Entry Level), Direct From Bar Exam-2020 Advertisement No. BSJS/1/2020 

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24th Annual HM Seervai Essay Competition in Constitutional Law

National Law School of India University, Bangalore  extends deadline to July 15, 2020

National Law School of India University, Bangalore extends deadline for submission of entries for the 24th annual edition of the HM Seervai Essay Competition in Constitutional Law to July 15, 2020.

Participants in this pan-India essay competition stand a chance to win the prestigious HM Seervai Gold Medal from NLSIU. 

Why is the competition prestigious?

Shri Navroz Seervai, Sr. Advocate, instituted a Gold Medal in the name of the distinguished jurist, late H.M. Seervai for the best original essay written on the themes specified in Indian Constitutional Law.

Since 1997, this essay writing competition has become a prestigious event for law students all over India. The significant rise every year in the number of contributions from the student community shows their mark of respect and tribute to one of the greatest legal luminaries of our country – H.M. Seervai.


How should Courts respond effectively to the COVID 19 pandemic while preserving the rule of law?


Students currently enrolled in an LL.B. / B.A., LL.B. / BBA, LL.B./B.Com., LL.B. regular mode programme in any recognised Law School / College / University in India may make a submission.

Submission guidelines:

Each entry should be an original, unpublished, single-authored essay in English.

Every essay must clear anti-plagiarism checks & be supported by a bonafide certificate duly signed by the Registrar / Vice-Chancellor or other Appropriate Authority.


Entries should be formatted in Times New Roman, size 12 font, double-spaced on an A4 sheet, & carefully referenced using the OSCOLA citation style.

Word limit:

7000-10000 words

Submission Deadline:

Midnight, July 15, 2020

Submission Link: 

Click here

For any queries, write to us at

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IIMT Group of Colleges, Greater Noida, is organizing ‘fit for life’ Selfie Competition 2020. Registration is free.

Cash prize will be provided to the first winner. Winning certificates for first & second Runners. E-Certificate for all participants.

Terms and conditions are contained in the registration link. The last date has been extended. Old last was June 29,2020. The extended last date for registration and selfie Uploading is July 10, 2020
Registration Link:
Selfie Submission Link:

3800 posts of Officer Scale I Assistant Manager – IBPS RRB Recruitment 2020 – last date 21 July 2020

The online examinations for the next Common Recruitment Process for RRBs (CRP RRBs IX) for recruitment of Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistant (Multipurpose) will be conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) tentatively in September and October/November 2020.
Post Officer Scale I Assistant Manager 

No of posts: 3800 posts 

Age: Above 18 years – Below 30 years (As on 01.07.2020)

Educational Qualification:

i. Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized University or its equivalent Preference will be given to the candidates having degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering, Pisciculture, Agricultural Marketing and Cooperation, Information Technology, Management, Law, Economics or Accountancy; 

ii. Proficiency in local language as prescribed by the participating RRB/s* 

iii. Desirable: working knowledge of Computer

IBPS RRB Selection Process 2020 

  • IBPS RRB Officer Scale I  – Prelims, Mains & Interview

Preliminary Examination (objective)

Main Examination (objective)

Important dates: 

Start of Online application Process1 July 2020
Last Date of Online application21 July 2020
Release of IBPS RRB Admit Card 2020 for PET12 August 2020
PET – Pre-Exam Training24 – 29 August 2020
Release of IBPS RRB Prelims Admit Card 2020August 2020
IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Date 20201-2 August, 8-9 August & 16 August 2020
IBPS RRB Prelims Result 2020October 2020
Release of IBPS RRB Mains Admit Card 2020October – November 2020
IBPS RRB Mains Exam Date 2020October – November 2020
IBPS RRB Mains Result 2020October – November 2020
IBPS RRB Provisional AllotmentJanuary 2021

How to apply:

Step 1: Visit the official website 

Step 2: Click on “Apply here for IBPS RRB under CRP RRBs-IX 

Step 3: Register by entering all the required details

 Step 4: Fill the Application Form

 Step 5: Upload scanned photo & sign 

Step 6: Pay Application Fee

 Step 7: Submit & save the confirmation page. \

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Job Post: Associate [Litigation] at NLUD, Delhi: Apply by July 15


NLU, Delhi is a law university in India, offering courses at the UG and PG and Phd levels. Situated in Sector-14, Dwarka, New Delhi, India, NLUD is one of the NLU in India built on the 5 year law degree model proposed and implemented by the Bar Council of India.

Project 39A (hereinafter ‘P39A’) draws inspiration from Article 39-A in the Indian Constitution on equal justice and signals the broadening of our work on the criminal justice system in our country.


LLB degree


Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and will be within the range of Rs. 55,000 per month.


Applications must reach us no later than midnight of July 15, 2020, after which the applications will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be informed of the latest by July 18-19, 2020. 

For the official link of the job post, click here.

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Two post of Law Researchers at National Legal Services Authority, New Delhi – last date 15/07/2020

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Job Post – General Manager @ Patna Metro Rail Corporation Limited – Apply by July 6


Patna Metro Rail Corporation Limited invites online application for the post of General Manager (Property/ Development / Estate / PPP).

Name of the Post

General Manager


 Rs. 1,25,500/

How to apply?

 To apply online click here

Important Dates

 The last date to apply online is from 23.06.2020 to 06.07.2020

To Access Official Notification click here

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Admissions Open for One Year LL.M. (Professional) @ NLU Mumbai; Apply by 15 July

About the University

Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai, established under the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 is one of the premier National Law Universities in India. MNLU Mumbai believes in the values enshrined in the Indian Constitution viz. Justice, Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, Secularism, Humanism etc. and makes all out efforts to inculcate them amongst its students, staff, and others to make this institution as not only center of legal knowledge but also an inclusive center of humanity.

The University offers BA.,LL.B.(Hons.) five years integrated program and one year LL.M. program in Corporate and Commercial Laws, LL.M. (Investment and Securities Laws), M.A. in Mediation, Ph.D Programme and planning to add more programme from new academic year. The course structures of the University are framed by a team of dedicated and committed teachers with guidance and from industry experts and academicians.

About the Programme

NLU Mumbai has floated LL.M. (Professional) a one year program and invites application for admission. LL.M.(Professional) Programme is unique and tailored to meet the needs and expectations law professionals who want to upgrade their knowledge but for personal or professional reasons, are unable to take a rigiourus regular residential LL.M. program. Programme and Courses are devised to benefit and advance the careers of law professionals.


The aim is to:

(a) impart Specialized Legal Training in functioning of law, compliances, Practices, Procedures etc.

(b) provide students with multidisciplinary exposures to various laws relevant in contemporary times.

The lectures shall be delivered by expert, experienced and renowned practitioner, judges, academicians, professionals. Programme helpful for those preparing for competitive exams, JMFC, Public Service Commission’s etc. also this degree may be considered for the purposes of internal growth by respective organizations as per their internal policies. Besides providing the prospect for Continuing Legal Education the programme shall also give an opportunity to build a network in legal fraternity. Students of the programme shall be benefitted with University’s Library which is full of rich Online and Offline content.

Total number of seats

The total numbers of seats are 100. However, the University reserves the right to alter the number of seats for the programme in a given academic year without prior notice.

Note: (Reservation: As per Maharashtra Government Rules.)

Admission criteria

Candidates for admission will be selected on the basis of percentage secured in LL.B. The merit cut-off list will accordingly be prepared for admission. Reservation is as per Maharashtra Government Rules.

NOTE: LL. M. (Professional) shall not qualify a candidate to the academic benefits of regular LL.M. degree like admission to M.Phil./Ph.D. It shall not provide eligibility for NET/SET Exams..


The LL.M. (Professional) Programme will be conducted through a mixed mode of classroom teaching & virtual contact learning. A person who has completed his/her LL.B. (3 years or 5 years) and has been in service or had professional experience will be eligible to enroll for the said programme.

Beneficiary of the Programme

Litigation lawyers, Consultants, Judges, Law Teachers, Attorney, Journalists, Legal Professionals in Firms, Companies, Banks, PSU, MNC, NGO, etc.

Course Outline

The LL.M. (Pro) Curriculum will have the following components:

Compulsory and Elective Papers (4+5 course and  each course has 3 credits)

The Compulsory Course consist of the following 4 Course and 5 elective Courses, which should be completed in the first and Second semester respectively.

Compulsory Courses

  • Constitutional Law
  • Law and Justice
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Information and Technology Law

Elective Courses

  • Company Law
  • Merger and Acquisition Insolvency
  •  Bankruptcy Law
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Investment and Securitization Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Taxation Law
  • Banking Law
  • Law of Specific Relief and Remedies
  • Property Law
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Family Law


The Programme will be of Twenty-seven (27) Credits comprising of:

Four mandatory courses of three (3) credits each

Five Elective papers (3) credits

 NOTE: MNLU MUMBAI may at its discretion add, remove or alter the scheme and structure of Electives depending on availability of Resource Persons, interest of Applicants and other factors in the interest of the efficient conduct of the programme.


 The programme will be for a period of one academic year. The academic year will run from July 2020 to June 2021. The intense academic activity during each semester will be spread across 18 weeks and it shall include teaching, project assignments, seminars etc.

Conduct of Classes

Classes will be preferably conducted on Saturday/Sunday / Public holidays as notified by the University in advance.

Mode of conduct of classes shall be both online/virtual and offline


The LL.M. (Professional) Programme will be conducted through a mixed mode of class room teaching & virtual contact learning. Attendance in the contact classes is an important component of the programme. It is expected that students shall attend the scheduled contact classes.

Every student has to secure a minimum of 50% attendance in all the subjects taken individually in each Semester to be eligible to appear in the End-Semester examination. Student, who falls short of requisite attendance, shall not be permitted to take the end of the course/ end Semester examination.


Rs. 60,000/- (Rs. Sixty Thousand only) for Indian students.

USD 1500/- (USD One Thousand Five Hundred only) for Foreign Nationals.

Note: Being a professional program there is no consideration for differential fees to any category.

Application Fees/Payment

Rs.3,500/- (Rupees Three Thousand and Five hundred only)

Bank Details of the University

Name of Account: MNLU Fee Collection A/c

Account Number: 35225399055

Name of Bank: State Bank of India, Branch: Jain Mandir Road, Powai (Mumbai)

IFSC Code: SBIN0020869 (SBIN zero zero two zero eight six nine)

Last Date of Application 15th July 2020

For Queries Contact

  1. Programme Coordinator- Anand N. Raut (
  2. Programme Assistant Coordinator – Pooja Huddar (Mb No – 9653215318);

Visit website here

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UNHCR in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences, and Mumbai
University short essays on the theme “Building Back Better Together for
Everyone: Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Stateless amidst the COVID-19

The theme for Year 2020 promotes inclusivity and acceptance of all those who seek
shelter and security. Refugees suffer from a sense of exclusion and therefore
deserve to be protected and integrated into society. Every refugee must feel a sense
of belongingness. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the urgency to protect the
vulnerable is now more than ever.
The competition is being organized for all students pursuing recognized
undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral degrees in law, public policy and social
sciences and other disciplines.
Research may be drawn from any relevant discipline (including but not limited to
economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, politics or sociology), or may be
inter- disciplinary. The research may be theoretical, or it may incorporate
empirical/field research findings (i.e. field research is not required).
The Competition sub-themes promote contextually relevant, multidisciplinary and
clear expositions involving critical analysis of the contemporary challenges through
the prism of the COVID-19 Pandemic, these are –

  1. Challenges to protection of refugees in situations of mass influx during
    emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. Developing mechanisms for the effective economic inclusion of refugees.
  3. The need for a gendered perspective on the effects of the COVID-19
    pandemic to mitigate adverse impacts on female refugees.
  4. Comprehensive approaches to combating toxic narratives against migrants refugees and the stateless: Solidarity in times of pandemic and beyond.
  5. Exploring new partnerships: How international organisations and private sector can support refugee led organisations.Please note that the participant must address at least one of the aforementioned sub-themes in their essay.

Please note that the participant must address at least one of the
aforementioned sub-themes in their essay.

1. The deadline for submitting the essay is 1700 hours (Indian Standard Time)
on 10th of July 2020.
2. The results will be declared on 30th July 2020.


  1. All submissions must be in English.
  2. The essay should be an unpublished, original piece of writing.
  3. Only one essay per author may be submitted. An essay may be co-authored by up to
    2 authors.
  4. Incomplete, multiple or plagiarised submissions will be summarily rejected.
  5. The word count should range from 2000-2500 words.
  6. The preferred stylistic guidelines is are as follows –
    > Font: Times New Roman
    > Font Size: 12 pt.
    > Line spacing: 1.5
  7. The essay should contain in-text citations in the form of hyperlinks. Hyperlinks should
    be underlined and italicised.
  8. All submissions should be made in the form of a word document via an email
  9. The author(s) must be careful not to mention their institutional affiliation/name within
    the essay document.
  10. The author(s) may provide a short bio in 100 words with regard to their work and
    research interests within the body of the email.

An internal jury composed of UNHCR experts along with Tata Institute of Social
Sciences, and Mumbai University will screen all entries.
The internal and expert juries will judge entries by the following criteria:
>Quality of content and writing;
> Quality of research;
> Originality, creativity and timeliness of the essay;
The top three essays will be published on the official website of UNHCR India. The
winners will also be invited to discuss their essays with a distinguished panel of UNHCR
experts and professors from TISS and Mumbai University.
All participants will receive certificates.

All participants will receive certificates.

In case you have any queries or require clarifications please reach out to
Vatsal Raj, External Relations Associate


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Second Weera Centre International Legal Essay Competition, 2020


COVID-19 and the ‘States’ of Inequalities

Guidance on Participation

We issue this Call for Submissions with the following assumptions – first, that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed deep-seated biases in our democracy against vulnerable sections of our population; and second, that law remains one of the best tools to understand, respond and mitigate some of these biases. Any submission is, therefore, expected to either address or critique both assumptions. It can range from identification of the issue to forging a valid response to it.

Authors are expected to critically engage with the legal and policy responses by the jurisdiction of their choice. They can also:

  1. Explore the impact of COVID-19 on civil rights and liberties.
  2. Assess the role and importance of Internationalism, International Law and International Organisations.
  3. Connect the jurisdictional response with the international legal setup.

This is however not a list of superimposition of ideas. Authors are free to frame and/or identify additional perspectives without losing upon the undertone of justice in their arguments.


Submissions are open to any presently enrolled graduate/post-graduate law student whose thoughts resonate with the Concept Note to this call. The institution where the participant author belongs, to must be recognised by the appropriate authority of the respective State.


The final date for submission is 30th September 2020.

Guidelines for Submission

Authorship – Sole or Joint (limited to 02)

Submission Format :

  1. Title – Times New Roman, 14 Font, Bold, Upper Case

2. Heading – Times New Roman, 14 Font, Bold, Sentence Case, Format – I, II, III

3. Subheading – Times New Roman, 12 Font, Bold, Sentence Case, Format – A, B, C

4. Author’s Name, Qualification and Affiliation (to be provided at the end of the submission) – Times New Roman, 12 Font, Italicized

5. Text of the Submission – Times New Roman, 12 Font, Sentence Case, Justified, 1.5 Line Spacing

6. Quotes of less than three lines – within single inverted commas; italicized, in text

7. Quotes of more than three lines – within single inverted commas; italicized, separate paragraph (with 1 to 15 indentation)

8. Non-English/ Foreign Words – Italicized

9. Words’ Range – 4000-5000 (including footnotes)

10. Citation Style – Bluebook Citation Style- 20th Edition

Authors are free to title their entries as they deem appropriate.

Evaluation Criteria

CriterionMaximum Marks- 100
Quality of Research and Originality50
Grammar and Citation20


The submission shall comprise-

  • a soft copy of the essay in both word and PDF formats, and
  • Identity card of the University/Institution (scanned copy or a simple picture).

At no place should the body of essay contain details of the author(s). Copy of the identity card should be sent as a separate attachment.

Entries should be sent to with the subject titled – “Submission for Second Weera Centre Essay Competition”. This email can also be used for query purposes.

Registration Fee

There is no registration fee for participating in the competition.


  • Winner: ₹ 25000 + Winning Memento + Winner’s Certificate.
  • Separate certificates shall also be awarded to the runner up and first runner up.
  • The top three entries shall also be offered publication in the Journal of International Law and Comity, the flagship journal of Weera Centre.
  • E-Certificate of Appreciation shall be awarded to the top ten entries.
  • E-Certificate of Participation shall be awarded to all the participants.

*Notification in pdf format can be found here.

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WEBINAR ON How Women Rise- BREAKING THE HABITS THAT HOLD YOU BACK; Learn from Sally (and Marshall)

About the Webinar:

In this webinar, Sally will draw on her work with legendary executive coach Marshall Goldsmith (also the brand ambassador of Great Manager Institute) to help women identify and address the habits most likely to get in their way as they seek to move to a higher level.

Using vivid real-life examples that resonate and inspire, Sally will help participants:

  1. Identify how specific habits may hinder them as they move to a higher level
  2. Initiate simple behavioral changes that can smooth their path going forward
  3. Hold themselves accountable for changes that can benefit them and their organizations
  4. Become a more powerful resource for other women seeking to rise

Participants will come away from this webinar with:

  1. An enhanced understanding of their individual strengths
  2. An actionable template for identifying and addressing challenges going forward
  3. A proven means for enlisting support
  4. Tools for enhancing their visibility and connections

Male participants especially report that attending “How Women Rise” programs gives them a better understanding of what can hold women back and helps them be more informed and effective supporters of female colleagues. 

Webinar Details:Wednesday, 24th June at 4 PM IST( 2:30 PM GST)

Investment: INR 500 

Investment Includes: Digital Certificate.

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Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, the 128 years prestigious institution, was founded by the British in the year 1891, with the speciality of its location having been set up in the High Court Campus. This institution had the privilege of being the second oldest college in the country, and the first law college started in South India. Originally named as ‘Madras Law College’ which later got renamed in the year 1991 as ‘Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College’ in commemoration of the Birth Centenary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, the Father of Indian Constitution.


Arbitration as a means to resolve disputes among parties is one of the most effective dispute resolution mechanisms if adequately applied and effectively regulated. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 was introduced with the intent to regulate International and Domestic Commercial Arbitration and Conciliation comprehensively. There has been two significant Amendments made in The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, first in 2015 and recently in 2019. Arbitration in India has seen enormous growth over the last decade. The improvements made in the Arbitration Dispute Resolution Laws will go a long way, not only to improve the climate for Domestic Arbitration but will also contribute to promote India as a preferred seat for International Arbitration. The Conference will seek to highlight the increasing relevance and importance of Arbitration post – 2020.


• Hon’ble Justice. Thiru M. Sundar, Judge, High Court of Madras, Chennai, India.

• Prof. Dr. Youseph Farah, Associate Professor (International Dispute Resolution), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.

• Dr. Samiya Tabasum, Research Assistant, School of Law, St.Thomas University, Florida, USA.

• Dr. Nathalie Najjar, Senior Partner, Ibrahim Najjar Law Firm, Chairman, Arbitration of the ICC Lebanon, General secretary, Lebanese Review of Arab and International Arbitration, Advisory Board Member, KFCRI, Paris and Lebanon.

• Mr. Inbavijayan Veeraraghavan, Managing Partner, KoVe Global LLP, Chennai, India.

• Mr. Anirudh Krishnan, L.L.M., Advocate, Madras High Court, Chennai, India.


1.Challenge of an Arbitral Award under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.

2.Testing the impartiality of an Arbitrator against the values of legitimacy and efficiency in International Commercial Arbitration.

3.India as a Seat of Arbitration.

4.Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in India.

5.Arbitration and COVID-19.

6.Influence of Dispute Resolution Clauses in Arbitration.

7.Global Alternative Dispute Resolution System.

8.Hardship / Force Majeure Clauses – How to be dealt with amidst COVID-19.

9.Challenge of an Arbitrator – how is it viewed globally.

MODE : Online




The conference will be held on : 27th JUNE, 2020

TIMING : 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM


First come first basis.

To register visit the link given below :

E- CERTIFICATES :  All the participants


Prof. Dr. N. S. Santhosh Kumar, The Director of Legal Studies, Tamil nadu.


Prof. Dr. Gowri Ramesh, Principal., Chennai Dr.Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.


Mrs. J. Devi, Asst. Prof., Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.

Mrs .V. Rekha, Asst. Prof., Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.

Mrs. C. Hepzibah Beulah, Asst. Prof., Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.

Mr. V. Shyam Sundar, Asst. Prof., Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.


For any further details send an email at :


Mr. Shyam Sundar, Assistant Professor, Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Pudupakkam.

Mobile No : 9176648576 /9444348576

Note : “Kindly mention the source of information in your email – Legal Sarcasm.”

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The Republic of Letters: Groundbreak 2020; Online Conference

About the conference

The Republic of Letters: Groundbreak 2020, an exclusive online conference being organized by Ashoka University and Harappa Education to redefine the future of higher education in India. 

The conference will be held online on June 24, 25, 26, 2020, and will run from 4.00 pm to 7.30 pm on all three days.

Policymakers, top global experts and Vice-Chancellors, Directors and Principals of India’s most premier educational institutions will share their experiences and insights at The Republic of Letters conference. The conference will feature nine keynote addresses and 27 panel discussions involving nearly 80 speakers.

The panel sessions are organized around three tracks:

  • Transitioning to Digital: Sessions in this track will focus on online education, and discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by digital learning, especially given access and readiness issues
  • The Resilient Institution: Speakers in this track will address the administrative and governance-related questions that are worrying them, such as the safety of their students and faculty on campus, managing finances, and the career prospects of their graduates
  • Leading from the Front: This track will bring together higher education leaders to share their learnings and discuss what it will take to navigate and beat the looming uncertainty. This track is by invitation only. 

Some of the confirmed Speakers are:

  • Prof DP Singh, Chairman, University Grants Commission
  • Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE
  • Dr Subra Suresh, President, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Dr Rick Levin, Former President, Yale University & Former CEO, Coursera
  • Prof Bharat Anand, Vice-Provost for Advances in Learning, Harvard University
  • Prof Srikant Datar, Senior Associate Dean of University Affairs, Harvard Business School
  • Prof Souvik Bhattacharyya, Vice-Chancellor, BITS Pilani
  • Prof Sudhir Jain, Director, IIT Gandhinagar
  • Prof Rishikesha Krishnan, Director, IIM Bangalore
  • Prof Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR, Hyderabad
  • Prof Malabika Sarkar, Vice-Chancellor, Ashoka University
  • Dr Rajendra Shinde, Principal, St Xavier’s College, Mumbai
  • Prof Rajendra Srivastava, Dean, Indian School of Business
  • Dr Vidya Yeravdekar, Pro Chancellor, Symbiosis International University

The conference will be held on Zoom and broadcast on YouTube and Facebook.  

You will find more details about the conference in the brochure here.

For Registration, Click here

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National Online Quiz on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – IBBI, Dt : 16.06.2020

About the Quiz Competition:

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) is launching a National Online Quiz on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 from 1st July 2020 – 31st July 2020

A letter from Mr. K. R. Saji Kumar, Executive Director, IBBI in this regard, along with a copy of the detailed brochure of the Quiz is enclosed herewith. 

This is for your kind consideration and further necessary action, please. A line of confirmation will be highly appreciated.

Thanks and regards,

Raghav Maheshwari

Assistant Manager 

Insolvency & Bankruptcy Board of India

2nd Floor, Jeevan Vihar,

3, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001

Ph: 01123462997

For further information, Click here

Final Letter IIM NLU-8

National Online Quiz on IBC

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Call for papers: Terror/Counter Terror

Terrorism as a phenomenon is not limited to any one part of the world. It is a global phenomenon that, although it can occur in both wartime and peacetime, is often linked to armed conflict.

There is no universal definition of “terrorism” under international law, although there are sectoral/regional treaties and acts of national legislation criminalizing acts considered terrorism that provide definitions applicable in certain contexts.

International humanitarian law (IHL) notably prohibits acts or threats whose primary purpose is to spread terror among the civilian population. IHL also prohibits the underlying acts of attacks targeting the civilian population in both international and non-international armed conflicts.

States must maintain the safeguards protecting human life and dignity laid down in the applicable rules of IHL and international human rights law.

Another phenomenon is the rise of the “foreign fighter” in international discourse. The concept of “foreign fighter” is not a term of art of IHL, but how do IHL principles and rules apply to these belligerents?

Today, the impact of counterterrorism measures on principled humanitarian action, in particular potential criminalization of humanitarian activities remains an issue of concern.

The prohibition of unqualified acts of “material support,” “services” and “assistance to” or “association with” terrorist organizations found in certain criminal laws could, in practice, result in the criminalization of the core activities of humanitarian organizations and their personnel.

The potential criminalization of humanitarian engagement with non-State armed groups designated as “terrorist organizations” may reflect a non-acceptance of the notion of neutral, independent and impartial humanitarian action.

About the issue:

This issue of the Review will explore these issues and others. Authors are invited to send submissions to the Review’s editorial team, preferable in the form of a word document, at

The deadline for submissions is 30 June 2020.

Additional guidelines for authors are available for reference.

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Law Faculty Recruitment (13 posts) – NUSRL, Ranchi – last date 20/07/2020

National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi

Invites applications from eligible candidates in the discipline of law as Faculty in the University for the Regular Posts in the pay bands mentioned below: 

How to apply

•Download the prescribed application form from

•Fill the application form along with Demand Draft of Rs.1,000/- (application fee) drawn in favour of “Registrar, NUSRL Ranchi” payable at Ranchi and

•With the relevant supporting documents duly self-attested should be to

•The Registrar, National University of Study and Research in Law, At: Nagri, PO: Bukru,

PS: Kanke, Kanke-Pithoria Road, Kanke, Ranchi (Jharkhand), Pin – 834006 on or before 20/07/2020 by 17:00 hrs by Indian Speed Post or India Registered Post only. 


Application Form

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Interesting internship in Human rights area in Thailand (Online is also an option)

Internship Manushya Foundation (Full time)

The Manushya Foundation is an Asian regional organisation aiming at empowering local communities to advance Social Justice, Human Rights & Peace. The Manushya Foundation aims at connecting Humans across Asia to build capacities, share experiences, strengthen solidarity and become agents of change.

The Manushya Foundation is a small NGO, with the advantages and constraints attached.

 Internship Programme

The Manushya Foundation offers an opportunity for interns to develop a unique experience in supporting local communities and in improving the human rights situation on the ground.

  1. Description of Duties & Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Executive Director and the Research & Advocacy Team members, the intern would be based at the offices of Manushya Foundation, in Bangkok, Thailand, and would primarily support and be responsible for implementing the of Manushya Foundation:

  • Conduct research on business and human rights issues in Thailand;
  • Write accurate, unbiased, comprehensive, and timely reports and other research documents (often including images, audio, video, data analysis, and/or online tools) that include policy recommendations intended to contribute to ending violations by businesses on human rights;
  • Development of infographics and social media around business and human rights issues and cases;
  • Provision of support on advocacy around business and human rights cases;
  • Support administrative aspects leading up to consultations and workshops including collaborating with regional and national partners on the agenda and organisation of meetings, among other administrative tasks;
  • Assist in any other relevant tasks as assigned by the supervisor.Finally, s/he will be deeply involved in the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights on the ground and experience first-hand insight into the work and functioning of a small NGO .
    • 2. Profile needed
  • Degree in international law, human rights, international development, or any related field;
  • Interest in international human rights mechanisms and the United Nations system;
  • Ability to develop accurate, compelling research outputs on business and human rights issues;
  • Ability to develop research aimed at a range of audiences;
  • Strong analytical skills and dedication;
  • Very good command of oral and written English;
  • Experience working on business and human rights issues is a strong asset .
  • 3. Internship conditions
  • The internship can be an online or in person internship, and it is full time for a period of four to six months between June and November 2020. The internship is not paid. However, the internship can develop into a volunteer position, which would be remunerated.
  • In addition, interns will get first-hand experience working with communities on the ground, to gather data and information. All costs incurred during these field visits will be covered by Manushya Foundation for the duration of the internship.


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DAAD Germany Scholarships 2020/2021

  1. Scholarship Offering Country: Germany.
  2. Scholarship Institute: German Universities.
  3. Available Seats: Not Mentioned
  4. Program: Masters & Ph.D. Programs.
  5. Courses: All Disciplines are available.
  6. Total Award Value: Fully-Funded scholarships.
  7. Last Date to Apply: Aug 2020.
  8. Eligible Nationals: All countries are Eligible.

DAAD Germany Scholarships 2020/2021 applications are now Open. Every year DAAD offered scholarships for international students. All students can apply to German mentioned universities. In addition and importantly, the applicant must have work experience of two years in their related field.

Universities offering Development-Related courses. Those students who have an interest to study in Germany can now apply if they have work experience. All the details of DAAD Germany Scholarships, requirements, benefits and procedure of applications you can find below.

Application Eligible Countries

Albania, Moldova, Rep, Ukraine, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Angola 2, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo, Dem. Rep., Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti. Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini3, Ethiopia, Gabun, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Sâo Tomé and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Antigua and Barbuda5, Belize, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaika, Mexico, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama5, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Argentina5, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon.

Palestinian territories, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maledives, Myanmar, Nepal, PakistanSri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Korea DPR, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Palau 5, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau Europe, Albania, Moldova, Rep, Ukraine, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Angola 2, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo, Dem. Rep., Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti. Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini3.

More Countries:

Ethiopia, Gabun, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Sâo Tomé and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Antigua and Barbuda5, Belize, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaika, Mexico, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama5, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Argentina5, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian territories, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maledives, Myanmar, Nepal, PakistanSri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Korea DPR, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Palau5, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu4, Wallis and Futuna.

Financial Awards for Selected applicants DAAD Germany Scholarships 2020/2021

The following are the financial average coverage for the selected applicants.

  • Full tuition fees will be covered.
  • Stipend 850 euros per month for Masters.
  • Stipend 1200 euros per month for Ph.D.
  • Living expenses and Transportation expenses will be included.
  • The time period for Master is two (2) years and for three (3) years for Ph.D.
  • Other benefits will be announced in April 2020.
Requirements & Eligibility for DAAD Germany Scholarships 2020/2021
  • You need to have a Bachelors Degree with above-average grades.
  • Your degree is not older than 6 years.
  • For German Courses: Scholarships include a six months german language course but candidates must have minimum B1 German language results.
  • English Language proficiency certificate required.
  • Complete education records as well as supporting documents.
  • Important: 2 years of work experience.
  • Reference Letters as well as Recommendation letters.
  • Updated CV required as well.

List of Universities and Available Courses

Official Notice

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Presidential Ph. D. Research Scholarships UK 2020-21

  1. Host Country: UK.
  2. Host Institute: University of Southampton.
  3. Available Seats: Not Mentioned.
  4. Program: Ph.D. degree programs.
  5. Courses: Mentioned Below.
  6. Total Award Value: Fully-Funded scholarships.
  7. Last Date to Apply: 31st July 2020.
  8. Eligible Nationalities: All International Students

All international students can apply for scholarships. Almost all types of courses are offered by the university. These awards are fully funded, all tuition fees and other expenditures are included. All the details of Presidential Ph. D. Research Scholarships UK are as follows.

About Host University

The University of Southampton (abbreviated as Soton in post-nominal letters) is a research university in Southampton, England. The university’s origins date back to the founding of the Hartley Institution in 1862. In 1902, the Institution developed into the Hartley University College, awarding degrees from the University of London. On 29 April 1952, the institution was granted full university status, allowing it to award its own degrees.

Benefits of Presidential Ph.D. Research Scholarships UK

Financial benefits of Presidential Ph.D. Research Scholarships UK 2020-21.

  • Full Tuition fees will be covered by the host university.
  • Living allowances will be provided annually (£15000/year).
  • The support grant will be £1000 for students.
  • Other Research grants will also be covered.
Eligibility for Presidential Ph.D. Research Scholarships UK
  • First of all please identify your program, where you want to apply.
  • You need to have one year’s experience with that course or you must teach that course for one year.
  • Confirm your area of interest as well.
  • Also, check out the entry requirements before applying.
  • Please check out the International student’s Admission section for full details.

Please Check out the official Notice below.


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Being Organized by the School of Law and Justice, Adamas University in association with SINHA & Co.


In association with Sinha & Co., SOLJ is proud to hold its maiden Online Moot Court Competition on 08.08.2020 and 09.08.2020. The purpose of this Competition is to engage young legal minds of various law schools to debate and discuss on critical legal matters. Yet another purpose is to reinvigorate these legal minds and their spirit to stand up to the unprecedented situation caused by the outbreak of Covid 19. Altogether 24 teams (which may Include one home team) may participate in the event.

The Preliminary Rounds will be conducted on 08.08.2020. The Quarter-final, Semifinal and Final Rounds will be conducted on 09.08.2020.

There are two Moot problems; Moot Problem 1, which relates to the law of contractual obligations, will be used to adjudge the performance of the participants in the Preliminary Rounds. Written memorials are supposed to be submitted with reference to Moot Problem 1.

Moot Problem 2 will be used to adjudge the performance of the participants in the Quarter-finals, Semifinal and Final Rounds. Moot Problem 2 will be circulated to the eight teams on the evening of 08.08.2020, after the results of the Preliminary Rounds are declared. No written memorials are required to be submitted with regard to Moot Problem 2.

The purpose of having such framework is to facilitate extempore oral submissions.


They are intended to use either Zoom or Google Meet or WebEx or any other convenient online platform to conduct the proposed Online Moot Court Competition. The respective online links will be sent to the participants in due time. Also, any other information with regard to the platform /venue will be provided to the participants accordingly,


08/08/2020 and 09/08/2020


The Competition is open to bona-fide undergraduate students pursuing their Bachelor’s Degree in Law, i.e., 3-year-LLB or 5 year Integrated or Honors’ LLB Programme. Only one team from a College /Institution /University may take part in the Competition.


Each team shall consist of a minimum of two members and maximum of three; two members, shall be designated as Mooters and one member as a Researcher. However, a team consisting of only two Mooters may be allowed. Also, under exceptional circumstances, the researcher may be allowed to moot, although such change in the team composition must be informed beforehand.


Fee: The Registration Fee is Rs. 1,000/- which must be paid through Online Mode and in favour of Adamas University. The fee payment details will be sent to the individuals teams that are chosen for participating in the event.

Registration Procedure: Interested students must submit a soft copy of the Registration Form by 07.07.2020, 23,59 pm. The form must be sent to

Tentative registration of the participating teams will be done on a first come first served-basis after the filled-out forms are received. 24 teams will be sent the fee Payment Details by 08.07.2020. The Registration fee must be paid by 12.07.2020 and the Confirmation Receipt of such payment must be sent to by 12.07.2020, 23.59 pm.

Registration for the Moot Court Competition shall be deemed complete only when the filled-out Registration Form and the Registration Fee have been submitted by the participating teams. On successful registration, a team code will be assigned to each team and the Code shall be marked on the memorial. The purpose of creating such code is to ensure anonymity of the name(s) of the participating teams. The respective teams must quote their team codes in all further correspondences concerning the online Moot Court Competition,

Basis of Registration: Since the number of participating teams, which may include one home team, is restricted to 24, the registrations will be done on a first-come-first-served basis.


a. Release of the Moot Problem: 15 June 2020

b. Last Date of Submission of Registration Form: 7 July 2020

c. Last Date of Submission of Fee Payment Details: 12 July 2020

d. Confirmation of Registration along with Allotment of Team-codes: 13 July 2020

e. Memorial Submission for Moot Problem-1: 31 July 2020

f. Dates of the Moot Court Competition: 08 and 09 August 2020


Faculty Convener:

(1) Mr, Subhajit Chakraborty, Assistant Professor, SOLJ and Faculty Co-convener, Moot Court Committee, Mobile No: 8080896378, Email :

(2) Ms. Shubhi Mack, Visiting Faculty, SOLJ and Faculty Co-convener, Moot Court Committee, Mobile No: 7003650171, Email:

(3) Mr. Sudhanshu Singh, Assistant Professor, SOLJ, Mobile No: 9051832086, Email:

Student Conveners : (1) Ms, Sukanya Sarker, LLM 2nd Semester, Mobile: 8370816196, Email

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Registration Form:

Moot Problem:

Moot Court Rules:

Online Law Quiz Competition on Law of Torts by S S Jain Subodh Law College: No Fee, Register by June 14

About the Organizations

S.S. Jain Subodh Law College situated at Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, was established in 2010, under the aegis of S.S Jain Subodh Shiksha Samiti to maintain high standards in providing quality legal education. It is affiliated to Rajasthan University and also recognized by Bar Council of India. In a short span of time, the college of law has marked its distinct place in the state of Rajasthan.

About the Quiz

S.S. Jain Subodh Law College in association with PracoLearn is proud to announce its National Online Law Quiz Competition “Triviae Legalis” on the topic Law of Torts. The quiz will be conducted online and shall take place in 2 rounds, i.e. preliminary round (screening round) and final round shall take place on Google Meet.

The participants can participate in the quiz from any place with the use of Computer, Laptop, or Mobile Phone with an internet connection. The Participants are advised to check their Email-ids and WhatsApp regularly for the updates.

The results declared would be final and the authority vests with the panel to change or modify the same.


Any student pursuing 3 years or 5 years LL.B. course from any recognized University.Any student pursuing LL.M. course from any recognized University.Any person having a graduate or postgraduate degree in law from any recognized University.


Top 3 Participants will be provided with a Certificate of Merit whereas Top 10 Participants will receive a Certificate of Excellence and Certificate of Participation will be provided to all Participants.

Registration Procedure

Participants need to fill the particulars in the Google Form by clicking here.

Note: There is no registration fee.

Important Dates

Last date for Registration: 14th June 2020

Preliminary Round: 16th June 2020

Final Round: 17th June 2020


 18th June 2020

Contact Information

E-mail ID: triviaelegalis[at]

E-mail ID: 8619329460, 9829509621

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PhD and MPhil applications in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

CASS HDR (Higher Degree by Research) programs

Graduate research degrees are available in more than 20 disciplines in the arts, humanities and social sciences within the College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS). Students who wish to undertake a graduate research program at ANU can do so through either a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil).

Prospective students are expected to have an agreed supervisor for their proposed projects before they make a formal application to a CASS research program. See Areas of Research below.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

PhD degrees are expected to submit their thesis for examination within four years (full-time study), or up to eight years part-time. A standard-format thesis is about 80,000 words, and makes a substantial contribution to the relevant scholarly literature, and demonstrates how their research relates to their discipline. It is also possible to submit a PhD in an alternative format (such as a composition, exhibition or other creative work) or by publication upon approval by your supervisory panel and School or Centre. School of Art and Design students normally produced a thesis by creative work (a combination of written exegesis and exhibition).

Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

Program duration for MPhil degrees is up to two years full-time and up to four years part-time. An MPhil thesis is normally limited to 60,000 words.


College schools and centres sit under two research schools: the Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS) and the Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA).

Each research school has its own PhD and MPHIL programs – the program you apply for depends on the location of the academic staff member who has agreed to supervise your thesis. (See Areas of Research below.)

PhD Programs:

9520XPHD Doctor of Philosophy RSSS

Details and Application:

9552XPHD Doctor of Philosophy RSHA

Details and Application:

MPHIL Programs:

8520XMPHIL Master of Philosophy RSSS

Details and Application:

8551XMPHIL Master of Philosophy RSHA

Details and Application:

Areas of Research

Visit the Higher Degree Research page to browse areas of research within CASS. The College also supports interdisciplinary research through the Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Research (ICCR) Program.

Schools and Centres hosting HDR candidates within the College:

Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA):

School of Archaeology and Anthropology

School of Art & Design

School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics

School of Music

Research School of Social Sciences(RSSS):

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies

Centre for Social Research and Methods

School of Demography

School of History

School of Philosophy

School of Politics & International Relations

School of Sociology

Minimum entry requirements

Admission to a Higher Degree by Research requires you to have completed an Honours degree at H2A level or above, or equivalent prior studies, such as a Master’s degree that includes a significant research component. Generally it is a requirement that you have completed your tertiary studies in the discipline in which you are planning to do research. Please note that exceptions to this can be made with relevant approvals.

Please also refer to the ANU English Language Policy.


You can apply at any time throughout the year and commence at any time throughout the year (except the end of year University close down period). Please note that deadlines apply for those wanting to be considered for scholarship, as listed below. If you are successful in gaining a scholarship, your scholarship conditions may state that you must start by a particular date.  For the main domestic and international scholarships rounds the deadline to commence your program (if successful in gaining a scholarship) is the 31st of March in the following year.


The College requires research students to complete postgraduate/research coursework (the equivalent of one semester full-time study) as part of their degree. Coursework may include training on research methods, ethics and other topics as deemed appropriate by your supervisory panel and School/Centre.


Students enrolled in Higher Degree Research programs are expected to be in attendance for the duration of the program (full-time is 40 hours per week and part-time is 20 hours per week) unless approval is given by the Delegated Authority for the student to be an external PhD degree candidate. On campus candidates will be expected to physically attend ANU as a full time student for 18 months or for a part time student for 24 months. Periods of absence on fieldwork, conference attendance, or in pursuit of the program at another institution do not count towards this attendance period. External candidates must spend a minimum of 4 weeks (consecutive or non-consecutive) per year of the program at ANU.

External candidates must note their periods of time in residence at the ANU in their Annual Reports. The written approval of the appropriate Delegated Authority is required for any variation to these attendance requirements. If you intend on applying to be externally based you should discuss this option with your proposed supervisor (Chair of Panel) and should also note this in your application for admission. Once enrolled, to gain formal approval to be externally based you will need to complete the Application for External Attendance in Research Program.

Preparing for your application
Research proposal

To be considered for the PhD or MPhil program, prospective students must submit a research (or thesis) proposal for review. When contacting potential supervisors or Graduate Research convenors they will most often expect that you have already prepared a draft  research proposal. The proposal is often utilised as an indicator to assess the quality and originality of your ideas, your skills in critical thinking, the projects feasibility, and how the research fits within the School or Centres current research focus and supervision capacity.

The length of the proposal required varies between different Schools and disciplines. As a guide you should aim for between 2 and 5 pages. On advice from your potential supervisor or Graduate Research Convenor you can adjust your initial proposal to fit within the School or Centres guidelines.

Please note that your initial research proposal should be viewed as a starting point or work in progress. In your first year of candidature your research proposal will most often be refined such as through: detailed literature reviews, coursework courses completed, supervisors and other academic colleagues.

In writing your research proposal you should consider:

  • The field of research or topic of investigation
  • Your primary research objective or central research question to address
  • The value of your research and the contribution it will make to your field
  • The context and background of your research
  • Your research strategy and methods

What should I include in my thesis?

  1. Title: A precise and informative description of the project. Avoid acronyms and phrases such as “A study of . . .”
  2. Abstract: A summary of the proposed research (approx 300 words) that includes the key research question or hypothesis, the rationale for the research, and the method to be employed in the study
  3. Aims & significance: A clearly focused statement of the overall purpose of the proposed research (i.e., why is it important?)
  4. Research questions and/or hypotheses: the questions that the proposed research will address and/or the hypotheses that will be tested
  5. Literature review: A preliminary review of the key research that has already been carried out in the field and identification of the gaps in the literature that the proposed research aims to fill
  6. Methodology: An explanation of what type of data will be required to answer the research questions or test the hypotheses and how the data will be collected and analysed
  7. Timetable: An indication of how the research will be carried out over the duration of a full-time (3 years for PhD, 2 years for MPhil) or part-time (6 years for PhD, 4 years for MPhil) candidature
  8. Resources: An indication of the funding that will be required over the course of the candidature (e.g., for fieldwork) as well any special materials or training that may be necessary for the successful completion of the project
  9. Institutional fit: A statement on why CASS is an appropriate ‘home’ for the project and an indication of potential supervisors/advisors
  10. Bibliography: A list of references cited in or relevant to the proposal
Finding a supervisor

Identifying a potential primary supervisor is an important part of any graduate research application. Browse the Researchers database to find and contact a potential supervisor to support your application. In most cases the School or Centre location of your potential supervisor will determine which School or Centre within CASS you will reside in.

Please note that once you have found a potential supervisor, any offer of supervision will be subject to you being formally offered admission to the program and meeting any conditions (if applicable).

Application Queries

If you have any technical difficulties when applying you should contact the Admissions Office:

Domestic enquiries | International enquiries

After you have completed your application, the normal timeframe for an outcome is six to eight weeks. If you are applying for an ANU administered scholarship, in order for us to prepare your application as best as possible you should try to aim to submit your application well in advance of the final closing deadline (2 to 3 weeks prior to the deadline). If you are applying for an externally administered scholarship such as the Endeavour Awards, you should apply well in advance of your deadline (try to leave at least 6 to 8 weeks prior to the deadline).


Admission and ANU administered scholarships for HDR degrees are applied for together in the one application for admission (an online form). If you are interested in being considered for an ANU administered scholarship you should indicate this in the relevant sections of the application.

Applications for ANU administrated scholarships for international students close on the 31st of August each year, and for domestic students it closes on the 31st of October each year.

In order to be eligible to be considered for a scholarship you must have the equivalent of H1 honours (first class honours). The Scholarship ranking process is very rigorous, each applicant must first be internally ranked and recommended by their School or Centre for the Scholarship round. Then a central College HDR Scholarship round committee assesses and ranks each applicant. Many criteria are taken into account such as the applicants:

  • Academic record (including GPA)
  • Research potential and support from prospective supervisor and area
    • Research Proposal
    • Referee reports & questionnaires
    • Publications
    • Prizes, Awards and Scholarships
    • Relevant professional experience
  • English language competency
  • Ranking relevant to others in the graduate research field or discipline area

Following this there is often a University level ranking committee that ranks applicants put forward by the College to reach a final ranked list of applicants.

Information on scholarships is available at the ANU Apply online portal

Domestic students

Domestic research students at ANU are covered by the Fee Offset scholarship offered under the Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) where the cost of your tuition is paid by the Commonwealth Government.

Research students are required to pay other associated costs such as the Services and amenities fee.

International students

Information on Fees is available at the ANU Apply online portal

HDR transfers

If you are currently undertaking an PhD or MPhil at another Australian university, you will still need to apply to ANU as normal. If you are given an offer of admission before you can be enrolled you will need to provide the following:

  1. Your program commencement date and withdrawal date (if already withdrawn)
  2. A statement of your RTS (or AGRTP) consumption to date (in EFTSL – Equivalent Full Time Student Load).
  3. Dates and durations of any periods of leave (other than recreational leave).
  4. Whether your enrolment was full or part-time.

Please note these details can be obtained from your university administration.

So we can determine your eligibility for Scholarships please advise if you have been in receipt of any Scholarships under your current (or previous) Higher Degree by Research programs (such as an APA scholarship). 

Please also note that before you can enroll at ANU, the enrolments office will also require Proof of withdrawal from your current University. You can provide this information to them once you have received an offer letter from ANU.


For further information, assistance or enquiries please contact at:

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Course duration :  One Month

Course starting date : 1st July 2020.

Course fee: 1500 INR

A properly implemented CSR concept can bring along a variety of competitive advantages, such as enhanced access to capital and markets, increased sales and profits, operational cost savings, improved productivity and quality, efficient human resource base, improved brand image and reputation, enhanced customer loyalty, better decision making and risk management processes.

This course will prove extremely helpful for Students & Professionals from Legal & Managerial Backgrounds. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide the learner an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide students, Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments who are currently involved in CSR, or would like to get involved in CSR, an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice.

Objectives of Course:

  • To discuss the role of corporate social responsibility as an essential feature of corporate policy.
  • To underscore the vital role of CSR in India.
  • To delve into the inter-relationship between the Government and corporate bodies in the particular context of education in India.
  • To discuss in detail the Companies Act, 2013 which mandates corporate social responsibility for companies with a prescribed turnover or net profit as provided in the Act.

 Course Reviewers Details:

  • Andreia Dobrescu, Assistant teacher Romanian-American University,School of Law
  • Ali Khaled Ali Qtaishat, Assistant Professor, Legal Consultant , District Manager, World Mediation Center
  • EnasQutieshat, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Law Philadelphia University Amman, Jordan
  • MetodiHadji-Janev, Assistant Professor, International Law Goce Delcev University, Republic of Macedonia

Course Structure

  1. Understanding basics of Corporate Social Responsibility
  2. Historical Evolution of the Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility In 20th Century
  4. Push Factor to Engage In CSR Activities: Ethical Consideration, Employee Motivation, Risk Management or Risk Reduction, Reduction in Operating Cost Leading to Higher Productivity and Quality, Reduced Regulatory Oversight, Consumer Demand.
  5. Core Focus Areas of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities : Health Care, Environment Protection, Labour Welfare, Anti-Corruption, Rural Empowerment, Women Empowerment, Education
  6. International Policies and guidelines relating To Corporate Social Responsibility.
  7. Indian Guidelines, Principles and Norms related to Corporate Social Responsibility.
  8. Companies Act and Corporate Social Responsibility

Eligibility Criteria

The course aims to address the needs of professionals in private companies, Students (U.G and P.G), Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments.

Eligibility Criteria: Appearing Graduates/Graduates/ Post Graduates in any field/Corporates/NGO Professionals/ Government Employees

Selection procedure: Admissions open and will be on first come first serve basis 40 seats only .

All rights regarding change in dates, fees , number of seats , fee waiver , scholarship etc. lies with  knowledge steez eduhub LLP.

Mode of Payment:

Paytm: 7782044252(Kindly mention your name in the reason for payment column. 

Bank Account Details 

Account holder name: Knowledge steezEduHub LLP

Account number: 001463300001712

Type of Account: current account

Bank name: Yes Bank Ltd

Branch address: PLOT NUMBER 38 BLOCK H 1 A SECTOR 63, Noida

IFSC Code : YESB0000014

Registration Procedure:

Registration Fee: Rs. 1500/-

After making payment of the registration fee, kindly send the screenshot of the payment along with your details ( name, institute name, designation, phone number and email ID) to

Last Date for Registration: 30th June 2020




Submission Deadline: 20th June, 2020

With pleasure, we invite you to contribute a research paper to an edited volume titled “INDIA AFTER COVID-19: POTENTIAL THREATS, CHALLENGES AND REMEDIES.”

The present webinar seeks to take up all emerging problems of COVID-19 at single platform so that all students / delegates / resource persons may have the idea of problems at the global level and try to solve the problems through interdisciplinary research in order to overcome the current problems. Finding the solutions of the present problems may give them access to global opportunities in order to
be an entrepreneur, good researcher with new innovative ideas at national & international level. Efforts of researchers and academic fraternity may make it possible to attain sustainability in the development of the nation.


  1. Potential impact of COVID-19 on Environment.
  2. Potential impact of COVID-19 on Food Security
  3. Potential impact of COVID-19 on Economic Growth
  4. Potential impact of COVID-19 on Livelihood
  5. COVID-19 and Rural Economy
  6. COVID-19 and Unorganized SectorCOVID-19 and Stress Management
  7. COVID-19 and Industrialization.
  8. Role of Public Health System in Pandemic and Epidemic
  9. Role of Government, Private and NGO

Note: Besides, the aforesaid topics, any relevant topics will be considered for publication.

Full length paper (soft copy) must be sent via E-mail to

Authors are requested to follow Submission rule as Specified:
• Please Avoid Plagiarism
• Length of Full Manuscript: The length of paper, including the abstract and references should be in between 2500-3500 words.
• Length and Content of Abstract: Each paper must have an abstract within 150-250 words and it should present the objectives, research design, major findings, and implications of the research paper. The abstract should include 3-5 keywords.
• The abstract must be placed on the top of the Paper and not to be attached separately. Author
Names and Affiliations:
• Each Paper submission must have a separate front Sheet continuing the following information, mentioning.
• Title, Names of Author(s), Organization, Affiliation/Position(s), Address, E-mail, Subareas and Submission Type.

Manuscript Page Setup:
• Margins: 25.4 mm (1 in.) top, 25.4 mm (1 in.) left; 25.4 mm (1 in.) bottom, 25.4 mm (1 in.) right.
• Font (typeface): Times New Roman, 12 points.
• Numbering: Insert page numbers at lower middle of each page; Text Spacing: 1.15.
• First -Level Sub-head: (All capitals, boldface on separate line)
• Second-Level Sub-head: (initial capitals, boldface on separate line)
• Table and Figures must be numbered serially and that must correlate with the text.

Paper Writing Sequence: The following norms of writing research papers are suggestive. Authors are free to adopt other contemporary/advanced structure:
• The title of the paper must be in between10-14 words and in 15 points.
• Abstract
• Introduction
• Overview of Literature
• Research Objectives
• Research Questions or Hypotheses (if any) •Research Methodology (Coverage, Data Collection and Data Analysis and Interpretation etc.)
• Results and Discussions
• Conclusion and Implications
• References
• Referencing Style: The referencing style should be in American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition Format.

For more information contact to:
Dr. Gopal Ji Singh
Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
Gaya College, Gaya
(Magadh University Bodh Gaya)
Whatsapp / Mob: 9616323761


Course duration :  One Month

Course starting date : 1st July 2020.

Course fee: 1500 INR

A properly implemented CSR concept can bring along a variety of competitive advantages, such as enhanced access to capital and markets, increased sales and profits, operational cost savings, improved productivity and quality, efficient human resource base, improved brand image and reputation, enhanced customer loyalty, better decision making and risk management processes.

This course will prove extremely helpful for Students & Professionals from Legal & Managerial Backgrounds. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide the learner an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice. The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide students, Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments who are currently involved in CSR, or would like to get involved in CSR, an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice.

Objectives of Course:

  • To discuss the role of corporate social responsibility as an essential feature of corporate policy.
  • To underscore the vital role of CSR in India.
  • To delve into the inter-relationship between the Government and corporate bodies in the particular context of education in India.
  • To discuss in detail the Companies Act, 2013 which mandates corporate social responsibility for companies with a prescribed turnover or net profit as provided in the Act.

 Course Reviewers Details:

  • Andreia Dobrescu, Assistant teacher Romanian-American University,School of Law
  • Ali Khaled Ali Qtaishat, Assistant Professor, Legal Consultant , District Manager, World Mediation Center
  • EnasQutieshat, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Law Philadelphia University Amman, Jordan
  • MetodiHadji-Janev, Assistant Professor, International Law Goce Delcev University, Republic of Macedonia

Course Structure

  1. Understanding basics of Corporate Social Responsibility
  2. Historical Evolution of the Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility In 20th Century
  4. Push Factor to Engage In CSR Activities: Ethical Consideration, Employee Motivation, Risk Management or Risk Reduction, Reduction in Operating Cost Leading to Higher Productivity and Quality, Reduced Regulatory Oversight, Consumer Demand.
  5. Core Focus Areas of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities : Health Care, Environment Protection, Labour Welfare, Anti-Corruption, Rural Empowerment, Women Empowerment, Education
  6. International Policies and guidelines relating To Corporate Social Responsibility.
  7. Indian Guidelines, Principles and Norms related to Corporate Social Responsibility.
  8. Companies Act and Corporate Social Responsibility

Eligibility Criteria

The course aims to address the needs of professionals in private companies, Students (U.G and P.G), Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments.

Eligibility Criteria: Appearing Graduates/Graduates/ Post Graduates in any field/Corporates/NGO Professionals/ Government Employees

Selection procedure: Admissions open and will be on first come first serve basis 40 seats only .

All rights regarding change in dates, fees , number of seats , fee waiver , scholarship etc. lies with  knowledge steez eduhub LLP.

Mode of Payment:

Paytm: 7782044252(Kindly mention your name in the reason for payment column. 

Bank Account Details 

Account holder name: Knowledge steezEduHub LLP

Account number: 001463300001712

Type of Account: current account

Bank name: Yes Bank Ltd

Branch address: PLOT NUMBER 38 BLOCK H 1 A SECTOR 63, Noida

IFSC Code : YESB0000014

Registration Procedure:

Registration Fee: Rs. 1500/-

After making payment of the registration fee, kindly send the screenshot of the payment along with your details ( name, institute name, designation, phone number and email ID) to

Last Date for Registration: 30th June 2020



ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMEOn Quality Teaching in Higher Education System in India


In the Faculty Development Programme (FDP) in Online Mode by IIMT College of Law, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh for Faculties and Scholars/Students on “QUALITY TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA.”

Dear Sir/ Madam,
We have great pleasure to inform you that IIMT College of Law, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh is organising an Online-Faculty Development Programme (FDP) for Faculties and Scholars/Students on “QUALITY TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA” from 08.06.2020 to 09.06.2020 at 3.00pm- 4.30pm.

The objective of the proposed FDP is to provide training and guidance to the faculty- members as well as Scholars/Students by experienced and learned resource persons of the
country through online mode. For details, please see the attached brochure.

In context of the above, I would like to request you to kindly join/ advise to join esteemed faculty members, scholars and PG students in the Programme by registering on or before 07.06.2020 through the link:

For joining please see the attached brochure.

Dr. Pankaj Dwivedi,
Director, IIMT College of Law,
Greater Noida, Gautam Budha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.

Contact No. 9560357736.

Free Issue of Weeramantry Journal

About JILC

The Journal of International Law and Comity(JILC) is published by the Weeramantry Centre for Peace, Justice and International Law (Weera Centre). It is a double peer-reviewed, open access, biannual e-journal; welcoming submissions related to the pressing issues of international law that carry high human and non-human impact.

Issue: Volume1: Number 1

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A One Week Online Workshop on “Interdisciplinary Research Methodology, ICT Application & Innovations In Teaching Learning Process.”

About the workshop
St. Francis De Sales College, Nagpur is organizing the workshop. This workshop is a comprehensive training program for research scholars, faculty and academicians belonging to diverse fields.

This workshop will cover all relevant topics which will be addressed by eminent scholars from prominent institutions. In this workshop, emphasis will be on enhancing the teaching-learning process.

Latest teaching aids and pedagogy will also be discussed in the workshop. Important topics viz. application of ICT, innovative ideas, inculcation of social and communication skills among the students will be covered.

Highlight of the workshop:
• Free registration
• E-certificates will be provided to all registered Attendees.
• Sessions will be handled via Microsoft Team Application.
• The workshop will be held from 08.06.2020 to 12.06.2020.
• The first session will be from 11:00 AM to 11:45AM and second session will be from 11:45 AM to 12:30 PM
• There will be two sessions everyday for 5 days and each session will be of 45 minutes with the last 10 mins kept for discussion.
• E-certificates will be given after feedback forms are duly filled by the participants.

For Registration:Click here

Group links

•Whatsapp:Click here

•Telegram:Click here

Note: The workshop will be conducted on through Microsoft team app. After Registration you are requested to download the same and join the respective groups.

For further details contact:
•Mr. Dilip S. Sadhankar, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science (9422555665)
•Mr. Bhushan Wanjari, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science (90969 66037)

INTERNATIONAL ONLINE CONFERENCEContemporary legal ChallangesDuring Covid-19

20th – 21st June,2020


The following are the sub-themes.

  1. Challenges in field of litigation .
  2. Challenges in the field of arbitration .
  3. Legal issues for the various type of industries.
  4. Impact of covid -19 on access to justice.
  5. Impact on human rights and rule of law.
  6. Medical law and covid-19.
  7. Impact of covid -19 on education.
  8. Legal implications of a PHIEC
    ( public health emergency of international concern) by WHO.
  9. Legal issues between employees and employers.
  10. The Impact and Role of Mass Media during the Pandemic.
  11. Strengthen Family Bonds Versus Domestic Conflict and Violence.
  12. Fake news and Covid-19.
  13. Prisons – Parole – Pandemic.
  14. Issues of migrants during the pandemic.

Registration & Participation:
•Registration is mandatory to participate and present papers in the webinar.
•However,there is no registration fee for the same.
•All paper Presenters will be issued with an e-certificate.
•Only registered participants who participate in all the sessions will be given with a participation certificate. For Participation: Register here

Guidelines for Paper Submission:
•Paper must not exceed 4000-5000 words.
• Paper and the oral submissions must be prepared and presented in English only.
• The body of the paper must be 1.5 line-spaced, with one inch margin on both sides and in font size 12 (Times New Roman)
• The text of footnotes may be single line spaced. The font size of the footnotes must be 2 points less than the text font.
•Co-Authorship of two persons is allowed.
•Paper should be submitted through email to:


Important Dates:
•Last date for Paper Submission: 16/06/2020
• Date of the Conference: 20/06/2020 -21/06/2020

For Further Details:
•Patron in Chief : S. Nirmal Singh Rayat
•Patron : Dr. Sandeep Kaura
•Principal : Dr. Monika sharma
•Faculty Convenor : Dr. Charu Dureja (Asst. Professor of Law)

•Student convenor : Nitish Rajoria (9646586172)
•Student Convenor: Aryan Dhawan (7888509313)