National Seminar on Working Women in Unorganized Sector in India: Issues and Challenges, NUWUSI-2020

Date of seminar – 20th and 21st January 2020

Organised by – Department of Economics Arya Mahila Post Graduate College (Admitted to the Privileged of Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi) Chetganj, Varanasi (UP)


According to the National sample survey 2005, the contribution of female workers in the unorganized sector in 96% and they contribute around 20% in the GDP of India. Indian working women constitute nearly half of the total working population and their economic status is still low particularly of those who are engaged in the the informal sector or unorganized sector such as home industry, self employment, small units, agriculture, labor on construction sites etc. The major aspects of working women in unorganized sector include the terms and condition of employment, job security, earnings, social security perquisites, retirement benefits etc., and they are in a disadvantageous position. Some steps have been taken by the India government both at the national and the state level, to protect the rights of working women in the unorganized sector. Therefore, there is an urgent need to focus on and discuss the problems of working women in the unorganized sector. Thus, this national seminar is organised to highlighting the socio-economic condition of of working women in an unorganized sector and to develop the toolkit for improvement and implementation of government policy regarding the health, safety and overall well-being of working women in the unorganized sector.

Sub-Themes of the Seminar

  1. Changing pattern of Indian working women in the unorganized sector.
  2. The socio-economic condition of Indian women in the unorganized sector.
  3. Social security of Indian women working in the unorganized sector.
  4. Differences in-service conditions of Indian working women of the organized sector and unorganized sector such as pay disparities, working environment etc.
  5. Contribution of Indian working women in different unorganized sector such as agriculture, manufacturing, services etc.
  6. Health, safety, and well-being of Indian women working in the unorganized sector.
  7. Labor laws of central and state government for the working woman’s in the unorganized sector.

Submission of the Papers

The abstract of paper should not be more than 300 words and the full-length paper should not exceed 6000 words.The submission should be in Microsoft word only, written in A4 single-column format, 1.5 line spacing and normal margins, using the font “Times New Roman” in 12 point size.Keep the layout of the text as simple as possible. References cited in the text should conform to the style used by the American Psychological Association.

  1. The paper should be original, unpublished and plagiarism free.
  2. Paper should be typed in Times New Roman font for English and for Hindi Kriti Dev 10 font.
  3. The abstract and full paper should have the author’s name, designation, and affiliation along with e-mail Id and Mobile Number.
  4. The full paper must be enclosed with filled in the registration form.
  5. The abstract / full paper must be submitted through e-mail only
  6. The peer-reviewed accepted papers presented in the seminar shall be published in the ISBN book of the reputed publisher.

Poster Presentation:

Send your abstract of research paper to be presented in Poster Session of the seminar and show your research work to the delegates throughout the seminar days. The dimension of the poster is vertical height 120 cm and horizontal width 80 cm, the poster will be placed vertically.

Best poster will be selected and awarded.

Important Dates:

  • Last date of submission of abstract (through email) : 05th January 2020
  • Paper acceptance communication (through email) : 08th January 2020
  • Submission of full paper (through email) : 15th January 2020
  • Submission of Registration Form along with registration fees (through email) : 18th January 2020

For further details contact to:

  • Dr. Manju Banik – 9415390721
  • Dr. Namita Gupta – 7905638286
  • Dr. G.K. Sinha – 945348400

About the college

Arya Mahila P.G. College, founded and managed by Shri Arya Mahila Mahaparishad was established in 1956 by the efforts of Smt. Vidya Devi Ji, an able disciple of Shri gyananad Maharaj Ji who laid the foundation of Bharat Dharma Mahamandal to promote the cause of women in the field of education and to preserve India culture and human values.

Arya Mahila P.G. College is accredited Grade “A” by NAAC and College with Potential for Excellence by UGC, New Delhi. The College provides higher education in several courses at Graduate, Post Graduate and Research level in the field of Arts, Social Science, B.Ed. and Commerce.

Department of Economics

The department of Economics was established in the year 1956 with the undergraduate course. Apart from imparting the knowledge of economics to the students, the department is also functioning to develop professional skills among the students and encourage them to pursue a career in economics. As the subject has great relevance and inter-disciplinary importance, the faculty members are engaged in updating students with the changing Economic scenario worldwide. The Department runs Under Graduate, Post Graduate courses in economics and provides adequate research facilities to its Research Scholars.

About Varanasi

Varanasi, or Benaras, (also known as Kashi) is one of the oldest living citiesin the world. Varanasi’s Prominence in Hindu mythology is virtually unrevealed. Mark Twain, the English author and literature, who was enthralled by the legend and sanctity of Benaras, once wrote: “Benaras is older than history, older tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together.”

The land of Varanasi (Kashi) has been the ultimate pilgrimage spot for Hindus for ages. Hindus believe that one who is graced to die on the land of Varanasi would attain salvation and freedom from the cycle of birth and re-birth. Adobe of Lord Shiva and Parvati, the origins of Varanasi are yet unknown. The Ganges in Varanasi is believed to have the power to wash away the sins of the mortals.

How to reach Varanasi

Varanasi is well connected by road, rail and air, the city offers convenient and comfortable travelling options to and from other cities of India. Several airlines operate the flights from LBS Airport, Babatpur which is 20 k from Varanasi City. Varanasi is an important and major rail junction. The city is served by trains from all metros and major cities across the country. The venue is about 20 Km from Varanasi airport, 1 km from Varanasi Junction railway station, and 15 Km from Din Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) railway station.

Registration Fee:

Payment could be made “online” through- NEFT/RTGS/IMPS/UPI/PhonePe/Google Pay/Paytm at

  • Bank Name : State Bank of India
  • Account Holder : NSWUSI-2020
  • Branch : IMS, BHU
  • Account no. : 38996640195
  • IFSC Code :SBIN0010178

After deposition of fee counter slip/ fee slip/ transaction number must be shared on the following email Id Demand Draft can be made in favor of NSWUSI-2020 payable at Varanasi.

Delegate Registration

Early bird Registration of Faculty/ Teachers Up to 18th January 2020 – Rs. 800/-

On spot Registration of Faculty/ Teachers – Rs.1000/-

Early bird Registration of Research Scholars/ Students up to 18th January 2020 – Rs. 500/-

On spot Registration of Research scholars/ Students -Rs. 600/-

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Call for Papers: Governance i n E – Commerce : Contemporary Issues & Challenges

Organized by :Gujarat Technological University
Issues of Documentation
Issues of Consumer Protection
Issues Related to Differentiation in National & Local Tax Structure
 Grievance Redressal System
E-Commerce Laws and Standards
Cyber Laws in E-Commerce
Mapping the Legal Landscape in E-Commerce

International Conference on Social Work Education and Practice Organized by the Department of Social Work

CONFERENCE TITLE:International Conference on Social Work Education and Practice
PROGRAMME VENUE: Jamia Millia Islamia (A Central University), New Delhi, India
DATE AND DURATION OF THE CONFERENCE:20th to 22nd February, 2017 (3Days)
Major Themes of the Conference are:
1. Scope of Social Work Profession
2. Methods of Social Work and Practice Areas
3. Pedagogical Issues/Curricular Aspects
4.Core Competencies
5.Field work in Social Work Education

Call for papers: National Seminar on Law, Science and Tecnology

Call for Paper for “National Seminar on Law, Science and Tecnology”

Venue: VIT School of Law’s

Date : July 23, 2016.

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Call for Papers: national conference on “Negotiating Globalization: Trade Unions and Labour in Contemporary India”

national conference on “Negotiating Globalization: Trade Unions and Labour in Contemporary India” to be held on September 22 and 23, 2016

Call for Papers Papers are invited for a multi-disciplinary national conference on Negotiating Globalization: Trade Unions and Labour in Contemporary India to be held on
September 22and 23,2016 in the Salt Lake Campus of the Institute of Development Studies Kolkata (IDSK). Papers focused on nature of collective bargaining and trade union organisations in a context of changing nature of labour processes and conditions under globalization are invited.
Abstract (500 words) along with a CV must be submitted by 15thJune 2016
The authors of selected abstracts will be informed by: 30th June 2016.
Full paper is to be submitted by September 9, 2016
Please send all your communications at
The Concept Note
and other details are available on the website

Call for Papers @WBNUJS

National Symposium

LAW in MEDICINE 25& 26 June , 2016
End – of – Life Care
Public Health Policies- Social Sciences & Laws Organ Transplantations
Insurance in Healthcare Industry
Issues of Accountability & Regulations, Consumer Laws
Code of Medical Ethics – Medical Council of India
Documentation & Consent

national seminar on Empowering women through skill development: Challenges and opportunities

On the Occasion of Centenary Celebrations
Importance of skill development for women empowerment
Informal sector and Skill Development of Women
Challenges, Opportunities of Skill Development programme in India
Education and Training for professional Skill Development
Managerial Capabilities, Entrepreneurship and skill development
ICT and Women Empowerment
Skill Development and Self Employment
Innovative strategies for skill development
The role of education in Womens Skill development
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana and Skill India programme
Financing Skill Development
Skill Development and Rural women
Labour Market and Skill Development
Public-Private Initiatives in Skill Development of women
Skill development and policies and programmes
Hurdles of skill development for women
SHGs, NGOs and Skill Development of women
National Policy For Skill Development And Entrepreneurship 2015
Gender Equality in Skills Development
Any other topic strictly relevant to the theme of the Seminar

Call for Papers : Banking and allied issues

About the Conference

     Of the many explanations relating to the catastrophic global financial crisis of 2008 some view it as a crisis confined to the banking and securities industry while others see it to be more fundamental than that. The financial crisis was a reflection of a much deeper crisis within traditional economics and finance which can also be regarded as a crisis of Western Institutional design-financial architectures based upon flawed principles of lending. A growing number of influential thinkers see the crisis as a series of institutional failures in how the financial services industry is governed and have examined in some depth the structure and regulation of financial services, questions of governance, issues of ethics and financial innovation. These individual subjects are, however, interrelated and some can complement others but they have not been examined together as a total system; nor have alternative approaches to institutional design founded on a set of alternative ethical principles. The big unanswered questions are what mix of regulation, governance, innovation and ethics will fix the financial system and what insights can non-western thinking contribute to the discussion.

The present Conference is expected to provide a forum for discussion and critical analysis of the major challenges in finance and banking sector and networking amongst academics, policy-makers, research students, practitioners and Post Graduate students in the subject. The conference organizers would like to invite the submission of papers relating to all aspects of banking and finance; both theoretical and empirical papers are encouraged in areas which include, but are not limited to:

• Banking in Asia • Asset Pricing
• Financial Intermediation • Diversification Strategy of Banks and FIs
• Securitization • Corporate Governance
• Internationalization of Banking and Bank Products • Financial Econometrics
• Corporate Investment Valuation • Islamic Banking
• Regional Stock Markets Integration • Investment Banking and Practices
• Shariah Audit and Review • Venture Capital and Private Equity
• BASEL II and III Norms and Guidelines • Capital Markets
• Efficiency and Productivity Analysis • Securities, Banking and Financial Laws and   Provisions
• Financial Crises and Regulation • Money and Liquidity
• FDIs • Macro Financial Linkages in
• Financial Policy • International Economics
• Behavioural Finance • Corporate Announcements and Firm Performance
• Accounting and Financial Performance • Impact of M&A on Shareholders Value
• Risk Management • Reforms in Banking and Finance Sectors
• International Trade and Finance • Anti-Money Laundering
• Micro Structure of Financial Markets • Internal Control


Guidelines to Authors

Selection of papers for presentation will be based on abstracts. An abstract must include a clear indication of the purpose of research, methodology, major results and implications. They should adhere to the following:

Length of Abstract : The abstract should not exceed 250 words.
Length of Paper : Full paper should be within 5,000 – 8,000 words.
Page margins : The page margins should be one inch on all sides.
Font and Line Spacing : Times New Roman in 12 point font size; 1.5 line spacing
Title Page : The abstract should be accompanied by a separate title page. The title page   should include the title of the paper, the authors along with their institutional   afiliations and contact details

: The authors are requested to provide at least four keywords associated with the  submitted paper.

All papers will be blind reviewed and only those papers  approved by the reviewers will be selected. All papers must be submitted at Authors will be notified of acceptance of  papers which implies that the author(s) will register for the confer ence individually and present the paper.

Selected papers will be published in the Conference Proceeding with ISBN number, which will be available at the time of the conference.

Important Dates

Last date for submission of abstract : May 10, 2016
Intimation of acceptance of abstract : May 15, 2016
Last date to send full paper : May 20, 2016
Reviewer’s Comments on the paper : June 10, 2016
Last date to send revised full paper : June 15, 2016
Intimation of acceptance of full paper : June 30, 2016
Registration closes : August 31, 2016
Conference dates : September 7-8, 2016


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Call for Papers: Corporate Finance@IIT Madras

he Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai is pleased to organize the conference in association with Vinod Gupta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee and Institute for Financial Management and Research, Chennai.

Financial market microstructure dynamics, technological innovations in processes and financial products, global financial market fragmentation, integration and consolidation, emergence of innovative start-ups and increasing thrust on development finance have raised several challenging issues worthy of research. Aggregation of firm level financial risk, high corporate cash holdings, increasing cross border mergers and acquisitions, policy changes on board composition and governance, crowd funding of projects, issues in valuation of e-commerce startups, dividend initiation and risk management and challenges in convergence with international accounting standards and derivatives accounting, lead to interesting researchable issues.

The conference brings together researchers from academia, industry and regulatory organizations to deliberate on theoretical work, empirical findings and policy implications related to financial market microstructure and challenges in corporate finance. The Conference will provide an excellent avenue to get quality feedback and an opportunity for networking among researchers, academicians and industry executives working in finance and allied areas.

Call for papers

We invite high quality original theoretical / applied empirical papers faculty members, research scholars, industry practitioners and regulatory organisations. Submissions covering studies in the context of India and emerging markets are greatly encouraged. The papers could be on topics listed below or on other relevant topics focusing on contemporary issues.

Track 1 – Financial Markets

  • Financial Markets and Risk Management – Stock Market, Bond Market, Commodity Market, Forex Market, Money Market, Derivatives Market
  • Financial Institutions and Investments – Banking and Financial Stability, Payment and Settlement System, Treasury Management and International Banking Regulations and Alternative Investment Management
  • Market Microstructure – Liquidity, Transaction costs, Algorithmic Trading, Modeling using High Frequency Trading, Market crashes
  • Financial Modeling and Analytics – High Frequency financial data, Non Linear Modeling and Forecasting
  • Behavioural Finance – Investor Psychology and Trading Behavior
  • Financial Inclusion and Development Finance – Micro Finance, Micro credit and Insurance, Rural Finance and Inclusive Innovation

Track 2 – Corporate Finance

  • Capital Structure – Corporate Liquidity, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Angel and Crowd Funding, Corporate Investment and Valuation of startups
  • Dividend Initiation and Earnings Management
  • Ownership, Corporate Governance and Financial Performance – Family Business Governance and Performance, Board Composition and Governance.
  • International Finance – Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions, FDI, FPI
  • Corporate Accounting and Reporting – Financial Reporting, Hedge Accounting and Cloud Accounting

Submissions covering studies in the context of India and Emerging Markets are greatly encouraged. Contributions on other relevant topics focusing on contemporary issues are also welcome.


Submit your work in progress or full paper and submit online at the conference website, early submissions are highly appreciated. The submission should include Title, Affiliation, Email, Abstract, Keywords, Motivation of the study, Literature Survey, Data and Methodology and Results with single line spacing. A separate word document with affiliation and a pdf version without affiliation should be submitted.

Format APA (American Psychological Association)
Font style Times New Roman
Font size 12
Word limit max. 10000 words (Including tables, appendix and references)
Margins One inch all sides


Paper selected for oral presentation will be given 30 minutes (i.e.) 15 minutes for presentation, followed by 10 minutes for discussant and 5 minutes for discussion. Participants are expected to strictly adhere to the time limit mentioned above. Papers selected for poster presentation will have to prepare posters as per the guidelines prescribed to them.


Paper selection: Single blind peer review process will determine the papers to be included in the oral presentation or poster presentation at the conference. Peer review committee will determine the selection of papers for best paper awards.


The authors of accepted papers for oral/ poster presentation should register themselves for the conference. Payment towards registration is non-refundable and non-transferable.

This is a non-residential programme and participants have to make their own arrangements for their accommodation, (Conference Fee includes 1 banquet, 2 luncheons and coffee breaks). The registration fees will be as follows:

A. For Delegates with Poster/ Paper presentation

Registration Fee Early Bird Registration Fee
For Delegates (India) Rs. 3500 Rs. 3000
For Delegates (Industry) Rs. 6000
For Delegates (International) USD 350 USD 300

B. For Conference participants (without presentation)

Registration Fee Early Bird Registration Fee
Academicians Rs. 2500 Rs. 2250
Industry participants Rs. 5000
Non-faculty Research scholars /
student participants
Rs. 2000 Rs. 1750

*Early Bird Registration is upto 31st May, 2016.

Registration deadline for Delegates (with presentation) : 30th June, 2016

Registration deadline for Conference participants (without presentation): 31st July, 2016

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Call for Papers: International Conference Global Migration: Rethinking Skills, Knowledge and Culture

Globalization has brought about a new paradigm where socio-cultural, political, and economic landscapes get exposed to unexpected dynamics of challenges and change. It thus becomes a matter of both challenge and opportunity for the home and host countries.

On the one hand, the economic changes over the past hundred years that includes close integration, opening of trade, ideas and information, have resulted in benefitting the industrially developed economies. On the other hand, for the developing economies, the challenges remain though of different level and kind. However, the changed circumstances globally also bring along opportunities for these states to help them overcome the challenges.The increased movement of people has resulted in theglobal development of new ideas, intercultural linkages, democratisation of global space etc. In this scenario, diaspora has emerged as an important player in the transnational sphere for both thehome and host countries.

The actual process of engaging diaspora in the development process remains a challenge for the home countries. Policies result from a complex interplay of local and global conditions, including the role of lobby groups, socio-economic and political conditions of the country, level of institutional development, technological progress. This engagement process is also mediated by the social and cultural identities of the diaspora that are not just diverse but also contested. The challenge faced by the developing countries in this regard is very different from that of the industrially advanced states.

In recent years, the policies related to human and financial capital have been gaining serious attention. Contrary to the idea of brain drain that dominated the development debate in the 60s and 70s among the scholars and policy makers of developing countries, diasporas in the age of internet are viewed as instruments of human, financial and social development of both the host and the home state. Many developing countries in the recent past have been playing a significant role in channelizing the resources through various institutional mechanisms by engaging both the government and non-governmental institutions. Developing countries have managed to channelise financial resources from their diaspora quite effectively. India has emerged as the largest recipient of remittances in the world surpassing China in the last few years. Financial capital accumulated by diaspora abroad is often repatriated to the country of origin in the form of remittances or direct investments. Human capital plays an important role in this regard and is effectively transferred across borders with the use of ICT, creating opportunities in several sectors such as higher education, training, research and development, etc. There are evidences of successful diasporic knowledge transfer in areas such as IT and Healthcare. For instance, the success of Bangalore IT boom and corporate healthcare may be attributed to the contribution of the high skilled Indian diaspora in the US.

The multidirectional engagement between diaspora and homeland is more intensive with the help of virtual platforms. There are multiple dynamics involved in shaping the contour of the diaspora and engaging them with region, nations and transnational spheres.

Conflicts and engagement in the development are simultaneous with many diasporas. However, there is a need to engage positively with all dynamics rather than ignoring the force that is so important in the globalised world.

Skills and Knowledge

Globalisation altered the economic activities in a great manner. The development of service economy and ICT has created demand for new skills and knowledge. Many developing countries suffered the initial brain drain due to the lack of absorption capacity of their skilled human resource and subsequent backwardness in the new economy. However, the scenario has been changing over time due to the globalised and mobile workforce that brought back not just financial capital but also human capital in terms of skills and knowledge.

This conference will delve into the knowledge and skill development aspect of the diaspora that remains one of the major policy thrust area in many developing countries and also how their potential can be harnessed for the development of the homeland.

Cultural Development

Cultural development is an umbrella term that relates to wide array of human activities. An active diaspora has a strong attachment with the homeland. The cultural bond with the homeland constitutes a very strong form of belonging for the diasporic communities.The conference will discuss in greater details such cultural aspects, namely, Films, literature and religion etc. so as to provide a more coherent picture of diaspora and its interrelated dynamics.

Though the core areas remain Skill, Knowledge and Cultural development, the conference is open to papers that may not directly fall into the area but provide insight into the broader aspects of diaspora and development dynamics.


About the Conference

The conference will bring together scholars from diverse fields such as academic, civil society and policy from different countries. The conference intends to provide comparative perspectives in diaspora engagement. The papers will be published in a book by an international publisher.

The conference will have more wider reach and try to represent as many countries possible so that both macro and micro perspectives and diversities of issues will be covered. There are several countries actively engaged in policies and working on a new paradigm of global engagement to tap resources in the globalised world ever increasing human mobility.The conference is conceived to address these issues, both conceptual as well as applied areas so as to give a wholistic approach to understand the issue.

The following are the Themes and Sub themes for the Conference. However, all the related issues are also welcome.

Themes and Subthemes

1. Diaspora and Transnationalism

·         Concepts of Migration and Diaspora (Critical appraisal of place of birth, duration)

·         Transnationalism and Globalisation

  • Soft power diplomacy
  • foreign policy: lobbying with the host state governments
  • Dual Identity
  • Voting right of Diaspora
  • Distinguishing motivation towards homeland between First, Second and Third Generation Diaspora
  • Making of Refugee, Asylum and Exile

2. Diaspora Policies

·         Diaspora Engagement Policies: Legal, political, economic and socio-cultural

·         Diaspora policy practiced across the world: Legal aspects, socio economic benefits for the diaspora

·         Dual citizenship, voting rights to emigrants: Legal incorporation of the diaspora

·         Overseas Indian Citizenship practiced by the Indian State

·         Emigration policy for the lesser skilled temporary migrant workers: Emigration Laws around the world

·         Addressing grievances of the diaspora: A critical appraisal of the state’s role

·         issues confronted by the Indian diaspora in Malaysia, Gulf states

·         Politics of Migration and Policies on Diaspora with implications for Foreign and National Security

·         Impact of Politics on Emigration and Immigration (WTO, Bhumiputra in Malaysia, Racism, Citizenship issue in Gulf, Visa policy of selective,  USA/Developed countries,

·         Diaspora and Soft power diplomacy (cultural diplomacy)

·         Impacts of Diaspora on Foreign Policies

3. Diaspora and Development

·         Investment

·         Immigration, Knowledge Economy and policies towards high skilled labour

·         International Trade

·         Return Migration

·         Technology Transfer

·         Mobility: Indo-Euorope Migration Corridor

·         Skill Migration

·         Brain Drain, Brain Gain, Brain Chain and Brain Bank

·         Migration of Health Care and IT Professionals

·         Changes in VISA regime- H1B1 of USA to Blue Card of Germany

·         India-Europe Migration of Students and Skilled Professionals


4. Diaspora and Conflict

·         Nursing at the war zone

·         Disguised Returnees

·         South Asian Labour Hostages

·         Making of Refugees and Asylees

·         Crisis of Rights, Challenges, and Advocacy

5. Diaspora and Civil Society

·         Diaspora organisations and their role

·         Marriages, Custody, Adoption, Property, Hague Conventions

·         Human Trafficking

·         Diaspora Philanthropy

·         Rehabilitation, Social Security.

6. Diaspora and Global Culture

·         Diaspora in the global cultural revolution- multiculturalism and Diaspora

·         Indian Diaspora: Film, Literature, Language, Food

·         Films and Diaspora

·         Literature

·         Religion

·         Media

·         Diaspora and Global Culture: Film, literature, food and religion

7. Diaspora and Gender Relations

  • Female Domestic Workers
  • Migration for Dowry
  • Gender and Migration
  • Education of Children at the Host Land
  • Role of women after family migration

8. Diaspora, Religion and Ethnicity

·       Religious Practices at the Hostland; Hinduism in Middle East and South-East Asia

·       Ethnic Enclaves

·       Ethnic Markets and Enterprises

·       Religious practices and rights to celebrate

·       Forceful conversion of Diaspora

9. Diaspora and Remittances

·       Economic impact of remittances at the homeland

·       Socio-cultural development of left behind families with remittances

·       Social remittances and knowledge transfer

·       Cultural Remittances- Impact at the homeland

·       Impact of remittances at different levels; Individual, Family, Community and National.

10. Technology and Diaspora

Technology Transfer and Exchange

Migration and Technology

Technolgy, virtuality and new mobilisation identity

Technology and Diaspora culture

Technology and education and skill development



11. New Dynamics of Diaspora Engagement

·         Virtual Diasporas and Knowledge Platforms

·         Indian Diaspora, Virtual platform and development

·         Diaspora investment and Entrepreneurship



The conference will provide a knowledge platform for scholars working in policy and academic domain to share ideas, comparative perspectives on diaspora and international migration. A large array of stakeholders at national and international level will benefits from the conference and publications thereafter. The following stakeholders will directly benefit from the conference:

Government Ministries: Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Culture

Agencies/Departments: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Reserve Bank of India,

Development Organisations working in the diaspora areas

Corporate Sectors: Working in the area of music, films, investment, knowledge transfer, human resource training, education sector



Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism, New Delhi



The conference intends to provide fresh perspectives and better understanding of the migration and diasporic issues that will provide input for academic scholarships as well as for effective policy. Conference papers will be published by a reputed international publisher. However the papers will be finalised only after the peer reviewed process.


Important Dates
Last date for receiving abstract 30 June 2016
Communicating about selection 20 July 2016
Last date for receiving full paper 30 October 2016
Date of Conference 26-27 November 2016




International Advisory Team

Prof. Ravindra K. Jain, Former Professor of Social Anthropology, CSSS, JNU

Prof. Margaret Walton-Roberts, Associate Dean, School of International Policy and Governance

Dr. Ned Bertz, Assistant Professor of History, University of Hawaii

Dr.Nayeem Sultana, Associate Professor, Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dr.Nandini C. Sen, Associate Professor. Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi, New Delhi

Dr. Evans Stephen Osabuohien, Dept. of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University, Nigeria

Prof. Vinesh Hookoomsing, University of Mauritius, Mauritius

Prof. Vivek Kumar, CSSS, JNU, New Delhi

Dr. Anjali Sahay, Associate Professor, International Relations and Political Science at Gannon University, Pennsylvania, USA

Prof.GuofuLIU,School of Law, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing

Dr. Kumar Mahabir, The University of Trinidad and Tobago, Corinth Teachers College, UTT

Dr.Els van Dongen, Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Dr. G. Srinivas, CSSS, JNU, New Delhi

Dr.SadanandaSahoo, SOITS, IGNOU




Participant’s Contribution

(A token amount to be collected from participants to cover the cost of conference kits and food during the conference).

Postgraduate Students and Research Scholars INR 2000/- (US $ 30 only for registration
Other Scholars INR 2500/- (US $ 40) only for registration

* We are trying our best to mobilise sponsorship to cover the cost of travel and accommodation of the delegates as much as possible. However, we cannot assure anyone at this point about it. The candidates whoever wish to avail free registration and accommodate may kindly communicate to the organisers separately.

Guidelines for Abstracts

  • All participants are required to submit a written abstract about 250-300 words in .doc/x formats.
  • Format: 1 inch margin, 1.5 line spacing, Times New Roman, 12 font
  • The document must contain;  a) author(s), b) affiliation as you would like it to appear in programme, c) email address, d) Abstract  e) up to 10 keywords.

All abstracts will be peer reviewed and selected papers will be invited for final paper presentation. Please use plain text (Times Roman 12) and abstain from using footnotes and any special formatting, characters or emphasis (such as bold, italics or underline). If you do not receive a reply from us in a week you please send an query

Online submission of Abstract and Paper  link to be activated shortly

Venue: New Delhi

Abstracts or requests for further information should be sent to:

Time and Place:

Date:   Saturday, Nov 26, 2016
Venue:   New Delhi, India
Address:   Organised by Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism, New Delhi
City/Twon:   New Delhi

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Social Paradigm Shift
a)Cultural & Social Diversity.
b)Women Entrepreneurs.
c)Geographical Challenges.
d)Gender Discrimination at work places.
e)Changing Lifestyle in corporate sector.
2.Legal Paradigm Shift
a)Companies Act, 2013 and its relevance and contribution to meet the challenges in the present world.
b)Corporate social responsibility/Accountability.
c)Law and Business of Corporate Governance.
d)Violation of human right in Corporate Sector.
e)E-Governance in Corporate Sector.
3.Economic Paradigm Shift
a)Urbanization & Industrialization of rural sector.
b)Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
c)Indiscriminate Growth.
d)Government Perspective on sustainability in Global Environment.
e)Compatibility of policies in Global Business Environment.
4.Political Paradigm Shift
a)Political Intervention.
b)Big Corporate houses.
c)Political & Regional Disparities.
d)Corruption &Other Challenges.
a)Happening Haryana.
b)Employability & Entrepreneurial Skill: Socio, cultural & legal Environment.
c)Evolution of Corporate in NCR.
Date : 27thAPRIL, 2016
Sector- 40, Gurgaon-122001(Haryana)

Call for Papers: International Conference On Media & Communication in Sustainable Development

Venue of Conferrence: INDIA HABITAT CENTRE


Contribution on application scenarios, use cases, and best practices; research with an empirical focus as well as inter-disciplinary work of conceptualization are especiallyen couraged. Submissionmay include, but are not limited to
1.Communication Spectrum Analysis
2.Traditional Media
3.Print Media
4.Radio and Community Radio
6.Information and Communication Technology
7.Mobile Communication
8.Social Media
10.Media Literacy and Media Education
11.Media Campaigns and Social Interventions
12.Media Development and Advocacy
13.Case Studies and Success Stories
14.Communication experiments
15.Communication and media strategye valuation
16.Strategic communication for development
Important Dates:
Manuscripts Due: May 1, 2016
Acceptance/ review note: June 1, 2016
Camera Ready Submissions : July 1, 2016
Registration and poster proposal submission deadline: July 15, 2016
for more such information visit :

Call for Papers: Department of Public Policy, Law and Governance (Posted Only on Knowledge Steez)

Venue : Central University of Rajasthan (CURAJ) ICSSR Sponsored
National Seminar on Public Policy, Governance and Development in India : Issues and Challenges
Date : September 23-24, 2016
The two day national seminar will deliberate on the following challenges and prospects of public policy on the following issues.
Public Policy in India: Theory and Practice
Policy Implementation and Evaluation: Policy Paradox and Policy Analysis
Teaching Public Policy in Indian Universities
Social Policy: Social Inclusion and Exclusion
Economic Analysis of Public Policy: Special Economic Zone, Budget, Fiscal Policy
Governance: Urban and Local Governance, Multi-level Governance, Decentralisation
Law and Development and Politics of Development: Human Rights,Sustainable Development , Climate Change, Energy, Education Policy etc.
Abstracts are not only invited on the above themes, but  the related themes/issues. Please send the abstracts (not exceeding 250 words) to on or before
15 May, 2016 . Accommodation will be provided for those whose papers are accepted by the peer reviewed committees. All inquiries are by email only.Due to paucity of funds, no TA/DA will be paid to the paper presenters.
for more such information visit :



9th International Seminar on Good Governance
Institute for Social Development & Research is going to organize the 9th International Seminar on Good Governance.

Date: 23rd – 25th April, 2016
Venue: Institute for Social Development and Research, Gari Hotwar, Hotwar, Ranchi

About the Seminar

Recently the terms “governance” and “good governance” are being increasingly used in development literature. Bad governance is being increasingly regarded as one of the root causes of all evil within our societies. Major donors and international financial institutions are increasingly basing their aid and loans on the condition that reforms that ensure “good governance” are undertaken. The concept of “governance” is not new. It is as old as human civilization.

Simply put “governance” means: the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented). Governance can be used in several contexts such as corporate governance, international governance, national governance and local governance. Good governance has 8 major characteristics. It is participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive and follows the rule of law. It assures that corruption is minimized, the views of minorities are taken into account and that the voices of the most vulnerable in society are heard in decision-making. It is also responsive to the present and future needs of society.


Good Governance and Literature

Ethics and Good Governance

Social Dimensions and Policies

Environment and Good Governance

Ban on Office Strike and Road Close

Consumerism and Privatization

Downfall of Political Leadership

Corruption and Good Governance

Human Rights and Good Governance

Good Governance and National Security

Difficulties of Good Governance

Any issue related to the central theme

Call for Papers:

Papers are invited from teachers of Universities and Colleges, Scientists and Research Scholars for this Seminar. Papers may be presented in English or Hindi. Abstract of paper should be not more than 250 words. Full article should not exceed 3,000 words including figures and tables. Both abstract and full paper should be typed in English (MS Word, Arial font, font size 12) or in Hindi (MS Word, Kruti Dev 010 font, font size 14) on A4 size paper. Abstract and full paper may be mailed or sent in soft copy on email: or

Paper Presentation:

Selected papers will be given an opportunity for oral presentation. Teachers from different colleges and Universities and Research scholars are invited for oral presentation (10 minutes time) in English or Hindi only.

Registration Fee:

Category Registration Fee Spot Registration Fee
Teachers: Rs. 1000/- Rs. 1300/-
Research Scholars: Rs. 900/- Rs. 1200/-
Life Member (Teachers): Rs. 800/- Rs. 1100/-
Life Member (Research Scholars): Rs. 700/- Rs. 1000/-
Accommodation: Rs. 700/- (one night per person), Free Accommodation for Female Research Scholar of other States on prior information
Important Dates:

Last date for submission of Abstract: 31st March, 2016
Last date for deposit of Registration Fee: 5th April, 2016
Last date for submission of full paper (printable): 31st May, 2016
Note: The power-point presentations will be held on 24th April, 2016.


Dr. Uday Narayan Singh
Organizing Secretary
Institute for Social Development & Research
Gari Hotwar, Ranchi
Jharkhand – 835217
Phone: +91-9504330794, +91-8987663300, +91-9006688743



Guru Nanak Girls College
Santpura, Yamuna Nagar
(Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra)
Ph. 01732-221671,224372; Fax: 01732-200546

Organized by: Departments of English ,Life Sciences , Physical Sciences , , Hindi, Sanskrit & Punjabi
Sponsored by – Director General of Higher Education, Haryana, Panchkula.
Date – 29- 03-2016, Day -Thursday, Time – 09.30 AM
Place – Seminar Hall

Ms. Dilshad Kaur Mrs. Deepika Sharma Dr.Varinder Gandhi M.S.Sawhney
Convener Coordinator Principal Patron-in-Chief
Dear Sir/ Madam,
“Life” is not only an all inclusive word but also all exclusive too since it includes death or an end too. The dynamics of this word lies in its beginning, its process of evolvement, its development, different stages and levels; its science, philosophy, religion and literature which has fascinated human mind since ages but the question still remains unresolved to the entire satisfaction of reason and faith. The query regarding the origin of life has basically three reference points – 1. Is earth living or non-living?, 2. Is life a product of “chance” or gift of God? and 3.Is this wholeness of existence means manifestation of consciousness? Along with it we must keep in mind the fundamental question i.e. what life is or what life means otherwise we may end up creating a chimera due to the limits of language and human reasoning. Human mind can neither claim complete understanding of the vastness of infinity nor can it reason out satisfactorily what nothingness is. So with an open minded approach and a lot of patience, we need to understand, investigate, explore, unfold the mystery inherent in the concept “life” and an enquiry into this case from various point of views or perspectives is quintessential. If you think you are a scientist or rationalist then you may not be able to deal with the question of “why life at all” but for a God-believer it is so simple to answer in terms of “wish of Almighty” and if you think you are religious person then the problem of ‘rationale of life’ becomes difficult to handle as all men are born to die then why live at all and so on … There is a long list of arguments and counter arguments as they can help us to unveil the mystery that has shrouded the ‘origin of life’ and the word origin must be understood from a larger and wider perspective – how life manifested, emerged, evolved, produced or created (जीवन की उत्पत्ति, आविर्भाव, उन्मेष, अभिव्यक्ति,) and what we mean by life about which we wish to know and make enquiries. In this thought sharing seminar, we wish to make serious efforts to decode the mystery of origin of life simultaneously and let this issue be not hijacked by any one discipline i.e. science alone or philosophy or myths (please do not think myths to be untrue/ lie / fake/ non-real simply because their terms, concepts are not like science as science has its own limitations).
We may deal with this topic from any view point/ belief/ understanding / perspective but we must understand that there are two basic facts -1. the things which have been given to mankind without his any contribution and they are like – earth, air, water, fire, space etc. etc along with life and 2. mankind has developed symbols for whatever has been given or granted to him and these symbols are of two kinds i) scientific symbols and ii) mythological symbols. Both symbols –scientific and mythological are as good as they can be and one cannot reject these either.
So as an enquirer organizer our humble submission to you is to participate in this discussion with open mind i.e. without a pre-conditioned mind as we feel that confusion is better state than conclusion because confusion means we are alive, we are looking and conclusion means there’s nothing more to know, it’s dead end and most of the time conclusions are irrelevant as they do not become part of one’s reality or experience. So we welcome you to share your views/ ideas/ understanding/ experiences/ knowledge/ information/ belief and confusion too with other seekers/ scholars.
Suggested topics (you are free to choose any other topic/issue which you deem relevant.)
1. What life is?
2. Islamic/ Christian/ Buddhist/Jain/ Sikh perspective of origin of life
3. Vedic/ Pauranic/ Tantric/ Dharam-Shaastriya idea of Origin of life
4. Greek/ Arabic/ African/ Chinese/ Indian myths about origin of life
5. Principles of Biology about life and Chance factor
6. Eastern and western philosophical reasoning about the origin of life
7. Defining the term, idea, concept of life in English/ Hindi/ Punjabi/ Sanskrit Literature
8. Why only earth is blessed by Life?
9. Can life be defined from the death perspective?
10. What is living and what is non-living in the cosmos?
11. Life = Matter + Consciousness?
12. Defining life through five basic elements (earth, air , water, fire and sky)
13. Scientific, literary and mythological symbols of life
Organizing & Reception Committee
Dr Rumnit Kaur
Dr.Amita Redhu
Dr.Neena Goyal
Dr. Gurinderjit Kaur – 09812194031
Mrs. Tarandeep Kaur – 09812060710
Mrs. Narinderpal Kaur
Dr. Sukhwinder Kaur
Dr.Shruti Sharma
Dr.Anubha Jain
Please Note:
1. Confirm your participation and please submit your paper / ppt. latest by 25-03-2016 positively otherwise last minute adjustment willnot be made.
2. No TA /DA admissible as per the directive of DGHE, Panchkula..
4. All teachers/ scholars/ academicians from any discipline are welcome to join.
5. Kindly be punctual.
6. Abstract / paper should be e-mailed at

Call for Papers : NLIU e-Journal of International Law

The NLIU eJournal of International Law is a biannual on-line journal which publishes scholarly articles in the field of international law. It seeks to secure collaboration between students, research scholars and professionals interested in international law, from all over the world. 

International Law, submissions are invited for the following genuine, original and unpublished manuscripts:

  • Articles (6,000 – 8,000 words)
  • Essays (4,000 – 6,000 words)
  • Judgment Analyses (2,000 – 4,000 words)

Submissions must be received by March 25, 2016 to along with the duly filed out Submission-cum-Declaration Form. Kindly note that rolling submissions are also accepted.

for more details visit:

Call for Papers: Jagannath University’s National Seminar on The Role of Competition Law in New Economy

23rd April, 2016
Venue: Jagan Nath University, NCR, Haryana
  • Competition Law and Policy–National and International Perspectives
  • Mergers/Acquisitions and Competition Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law
  • Competition Law and International Trade
  • Cross Border Competition Issues
  • Competition Policy in Agriculture
  • Competition Policy in Service Sector
  • Abuse of Dominant Position and Competition Law
Last Date for submission of Abstract: 1st April 2016
Intimation of acceptance of Abstract: 3rd April 2016
Full Paper submission (Soft Copy): 10th April 2016
Phone: +91-9466602200

Call for Papers: KLA’s National Seminar on Democracy, Tolerance and Human Rights

Kerala Law Academy law college in association with Centre For Advanced Legal
Studies And Research (CALSAR) is organizing a National Seminar on DEMOCRACY TOLERANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS.
Submission Procedure
Kindly send the full paper on or before 21st of March, 2016 by e-mailto
Key Dates
Submission of Full paper 21st of March ,2016

National Seminar on “Cyber Security Policy, 2013 – Strategic Perspective and Need for Action”

Karnataka Peoples’ Education Society’s
Sidhartha Law College Academy of Cyber Law Education, Research and Response
Court Road, Kalaburagi
In association with: University Grants Commission, New Delhi

Registration form : Registration Form and Declaration of Author

Brochure :


Call for Papers: National Conference on “Entrepreneurship 2.0 – Changing Models in New Economic Era” during 29 – 30 March, 2016

Sub Themes:
 Emerging Models of Entrepreneurship
 Institutional Support for Entrepreneurs
 Startup Culture
 Social Entrepreneurship
 Development Entrepreneurship
 Psychological and Behavioural Aspects of Entrepreneurship
 Skill Development Initiatives
 Business Incubation
 Nurturing Innovative and Creative Ideas
 Women as Entrepreneurs
 Marketing, Financial, Legal and Organizational Issues in Entrepreneurship
 Global Issues in Entrepreneurship
 Role of Angel Investors/Private Equity/ Venture Capital Funds
 Entrepreneurial Culture
 Supportive Regulatory and Tax Regimes
 Educational Systems that Support Entrepreneurial Mindset
 Linkages among the Public, Private and Voluntary Sectors
 Role of National Skill Development Corporation

Call for Papers:
Research based papers on any one of the sub-themes or related to main theme are
invited in a standard format with an abstract of 300 words. Send the soft copy by
21st March, 2016. Select papers may be published in the book with ISBN.
Delegate Fee:
Professionals & Corporate Executives: Rs. 750/-
Academicians / Research Scholars: Rs. 400/-
Students: 250/-
Delegate fee is to be paid by each author of the paper individually.
Note: The authors of papers which were selected for publication have to pay
an additional amount of Rs.500/- per author.

for more information download brochure : National Conference on Entrepreneurship -Changing Models in New Economic Era(1)


National Seminar on “Science of Surrogacy and Prospect of Proposed La w in India

Sub themes identified for discussion are as follows-
1.Surrogacy in India:Issues and Challenges
2.Medical Aspects of Surrogacy Arrangement
3.Social, Economic and Ethical Concerns
4.Efficacy and Efficiency of Proposed Law-ART Bill-2013 of India
Seminar Hall, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi


Organised by: Delhi School of Business, India In Partnership with University of Mauritius
Universiti Sains Malaysia ESCP Europe.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and few other important themes to discuss.
Dates for submissions: Extended
Please submit your extended abstract and full paper via either online or email in a word doc:

Call for papers: International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance

Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai is pleased to announce the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FINANCIAL MARKETS AND CORPORATE FINANCE (ICFMCF 2016) during 12–13th, August, 2016. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum to showcase the cutting edge research in the area of financial markets and corporate finance. The conference provides an excellent avenue to get quality feedback and an opportunity for networking among researchers, academicians and industry executives working in the area of finance and allied areas. We invite high quality original theoretical/ applied empirical papers from faculty members, research scholars and industry practitioners.

Call for Papers: National Seminar On Globalisation (NO REGISTRATION FEE)

Sub-Themes of the Seminar
1.Political economy of Globalisation
2. Globalisation:Agriculture, Industry& Services
3.Challenges of Globalisation in India.
4. WTO regime and Indian Agriculture&Industry.
5.Impact of Globalisation on Society and Human development
6. Globalisation and Trade, Transfer of Technology , Finance & FDI.
7.Globalisation and Environment
8.Globalisation and Labour
In addition to above, scholars can choose any topic related to the main theme
Important Dates
Abstract Submission-February 25,2016
Full Paper Submission-March 4, 2016
Seminar Date-March 7, 2016

Call for Papers: National Seminar on Safeguarding Human Rights (No registration fee for students)

Themes for Discussion
Rights of Women
Rightsof Children
Rights of Oppressed Classes andOther Marginalized Sections
Health, Education & Human Rights
Media and Human Rights
Development V/s Human Rights
Human Rights Education
No registration fee for students.
Academicians & researchers: Rs. 200
Cheques/DDsdrawn in favour ofPrincipal, University College of Arts,
Tumkurshould be sent to the Organizing Secretary before
February 29, 2016
Sir M. Visvesvaraya Auditorium Tumkur University

Call for Papers @NUJS

Call for Papers for Seminar on Social Security by Centre For Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy” on 25th and 26th of March, 2016 at WBNUJS”

The Centre of Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy (CRSGPP)
at The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS) , Kolkata invites abstracts for paper presentation for a two-day seminar scheduled on 25/03/2016 and
26/03/2016.Please send in your abstracts containing not more than 400 words along with a
cover letter mentioning your educational background, institution and contact details to by the 4th of March, 2016 based on any of the following themes:
(1) Universalisation of Social Security in India
(2) Role of the State in Social Security Administration
(3) Social Security and its Concrete Manifestations in Some Sectors: Disability/Old
-age/Unemployment/Medical care
(4) Social Security, Economic Independence and Economic Growth
(5)Evaluation of Social Security Programmes in India: Are They Working Out

UGC Sponsored National Interdisciplinary Seminar on Resource Utilization and Industrial Development of Regional Perspective of Jharkhand



UGC sponsored national seminar on “Resource Utilization and Industrial Development of Regional Perspective of Jharkhand” at our college campus in Bokaro on 30 & 31  March 2016 in collaboration with Chas College, Chas (Bokaro).

We invite papers on the above mentioned theme. Further you are cordially invited to participate in the deliberation of seminar.


About The Seminar

The Jharkhand is known for its uniqueness. Jharkhand’s gross state domestic product for 2011 is estimated at $21.7 billion at current prices. Since it is rich in minerals, the state per capita income is likely to increase in the coming years. Industrialised cities like Jamshedpur, Bokaro, Dhanbad have very high per capita income, The youth from Jharkhand see highest migration to other states for employment, even for higher and technical education but the state is making effort to transform at policy and execution level. Hence deliberation on the above subject is required so that the policy makers can take remedial measures.

Bokaro Steel City College, Bokaro is organizing a two days national seminar on 30 & 31 March 2016 with an objective to provide a common platform to intellectuals, academics, administrators, entrepreneurs and policy makers for comprehensive discussion to prepare its own model of development.

We invite research papers from Students, Faculties, Research Scholars, Administrators and other Independent and Serious Researchers on Resource Utilization and Industrial Development of Regional Perspective of Jharkhand on the following sub- themes:-

  1. Growth Model Suitable for Jharkhand
  2. The Role of Efficient Human Capital in Industrial Development
  3. The Government Interventions and Industrial Relations
  4. The Natural Resources of Jharkhand and its Administration for Common Benefits and Industrial Growth
  5. Impact of Industrial Development on Local Citizens
  6. Financing Schemes for Industries in Jharkhand
  7. Corporate Social Responsibility for the Inclusive Development of Jharkhand
  8. Centre State Relation and Question of Industrial Development
  9. Development of Agro-based & Food Processing Industries, Horticulture, Wooden-Craft & Furnishings
  10. Development of Education, Entrepreneurship & Service Sector
  11. Any Other topic related to Resource Utilization and Industrial Development of Regional Perspective of Jharkhand

Papers /Abstracts / Posters related to the above noted themes & sub-themes are invited for publication and Presentation. Abstract should be prepared in MS WORD ( in Hindi Kurtidev 10 & in English Times New Roman only) which will not contain more than 300 words and must contain title, author(s) name, affiliation and complete contact address with e-mail ID. Abstract & Full Length Paper should be submitted by e-mail. The last date for submission of Abstract is 5th March, 2016. Email id:

Registration Fee  


  1. 1. Faculty in College / University/

Research Institution                       :      700/ –

  1. Research Scholars/ Students/ NGO

Representative                                :     500/ –

  1. Corporate Delegates & In Absentia : 1000/-


Important Dates

Date of Seminar: 30 & 31 March 2016.

Submission of Abstracts: 5th March 2016.

Submission of Full Papers: 20th March 2016.

Chief Patron

Prof (Dr.) Gurdeep Singh

Vice Chancellor

V.B.U, Hazaribag


Prof (Dr.) M P Sinha

Pro Vice Chancellor

V.B.U, Hazaribag

Chairman & Convener

Prof (Dr.) S P Sharma


B.S City College (Bokaro)

Co- Convener

Dr. S K Sharma


Chas College Chas (Bokaro)

Organizing Secretary & Treasurer

Dr. Ashoka Nand Thakur

Associate Professor

B.S City College (Bokaro)

Joint Organizing Secretary

Dr. Mohammad Hasin Akhtar                                                              Assistant Professor                                                                                              B.S City College (Bokaro)

Seminar Coordinator (For All Correspondence)                                                                                                                        Ms. Sneha Suman                                                                                 Doctoral Research Scholar                                                                        Department of Economics                                                                                            V.B.U Hazaribag


Mob: +918797362091

Call for Papers: 2016 International Conference Jointly Organized by the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur), the Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), and the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmadabad (IIMA).

Jointly Organized by the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur), the Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), and the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmadabad (IIMA)

Conference Themes

There is a need for efficient legal rules to change the behaviour of individuals of societies, and basic social structures and trends to achieve societal well-being. theoretical, methodogical, empirical, comparative, and substantial and procedural rules oriented law and economics. It also emphasizes on the institutional conditions that might promote efficient legal norms. The broad themes of this conference are:


    1. Law and Economics of Private and Public Laws: Law and Economics of Property law, Contract law, Tort law, Corporation law, Competition law, Labour Law, Administrative law with special emphasis on Developing Countries;


    1. Environmental Challenges: The Paris Agreement on Climate Change will initiate institutional climate change. It will also bring to the fore issues like land use policy, environmental regulation, trade and the environment, environmental refugees, and global governance;


    1. Consumer Contracts: J K Galbraith’s revised sequence prevails over goods and services. The standard form of contracts by the industrial empires forces consumers to take-it or leave-it in the sectors such as e-commerce, Housing, Insurance, Medical Services, and the Market for Human Organs;


    1. Crime against Women: Atrocities against women, gender discrimination at home or workplace or both;


    1. IPRs: Policy framework on Innovation and Invention, Patenting controversies in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, and Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights;


    1. Law and Finance: Financial reforms in India relating to issues such as Financial inclusion, the supremacy of the Reserve Bank of India regarding monetary policy, Cyber Crimes, Stock Regulating Exchanges and Trading thereon including High Frequency Trading, Sovereign Bankruptcy, Tax Evasion, Black Money, Basel and Financial Stability Board norms, WTO and the Financial Services; and


  1. Constitutional functionaries and the Public Trust: The Constitutional issues such as Judicial Appointments, Judicial Overreach, Disqualification of Convicted Representatives, and Fixed Tenure for Bureaucrats.



The conference provides an opportunity to discuss interdisciplinary transformational research that will promote institutionalist scholarship on market, nonmarket and network transactions.

We invite paper proposals that address one or several of the above mentioned themes. The proposals should consist of an abstract of 300 words that outlines the research questions and approach as well as its relevance to the conference themes. Proposals should be submitted to by 31st March, 2016 and will be reviewed by an international review panel. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified by 5th May 2016. Full papers are due by 30 July, 2016.


Submission Timeline

Submission of Abstracts:     31st March 2016

Notification of Acceptance:   5th May 2016

Submission of Papers:         30th July 2016

Conference:                          3-4 September 2016

for more visit website :

Call for Papers@ OP Jindal Global University

The OP Jindal Global University, the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law are organizing the first ever Conference of Business Ethics and Corruption in the Globalized World.

The collapse of Lehman Brothers and the subsequent financial crisis has opened debate on the wider role of business in society. As the regulations guiding transnational flow of trade and investment become increasingly permissive, technology reduces distance, and markets and supply chains get more integrated, modern business entities can be seen as inhabiting a global society. In such a society a corporate entity cannot be seen as a mere automaton guided by “self-interest” but as a moral entity that has citizenship obligations of its own. One critical obligation is that businesses shall not engage in acts of corruption.

Corruption can be defined simply as abuse of public office for private gain. (World Bank 1997).There can be ethical, economic and rights based arguments against business participation in corruption.

Thomas Donaldson and Thomas Dunfee propose an integrative social contract theory whereby business and society enters into an agreement of mutual rights and obligations, suitable for their circumstances. Though the term of these contracts may vary with the demands of the given society, they are subject to certain hyper-norms, i.e. overarching norms to which these contracts are subject. The prohibition of corruption is one such hyper-norm. As Steven Salbu points out, corruption is disfavored by all societies in all points of time. Susan Rose-Ackerman argues that prohibition of corruption is an obvious corollary of laws that allows business to exist.

Scholars across disciplines like Susan Rose-Ackerman, Johann Lambsdorff, Robert Klitgaard, Philip Nichols, Andrew Spalding, Daniel Kaufman and Shang-Jin Wei et al have comprehensively marshaled together research that demonstrates the impediment to economic growth, degradation of social and political institutions, misallocation of resources and skills, impoverishment, and numerous other societal ills that corruption inflicts on polities and economies. Research also shows that corruption acts as a regressive tax on companies, inhibit firm growth affect corporate structuring etc. Thus to use the simple economic paradigm, corruption can be seen as welfare decreasing and hence as a fit target for corporate and commercial regulation.

Corruption can also be seen as a violation of human rights. It is an impediment to access to justice and rule of law, both fundamental human rights (C Raj Kumar 2011). Alternatively if one adopts the capabilities approach of Dr. Amartya Sen, widespread and systemic corruption can be seen as impediment to freedoms and reduction in the capability of the citizen to democratic participation. Thus the issue of corruption by business organizations merges into the wider issue of the obligation of business to uphold human rights.

These approaches to corruption are not necessarily in conflict with each other but supplement each other in framing law and policy.

Call for papers:-

We are soliciting papers for the first conference/workshop. We invite thoughtful papers from academics, practitioners and students .Papers can be submitted on any of these broad themes:

  1.     Corporate liability for corruption
  2.     Corruption and good corporate governance
  3.     Industry and political corruption
  4.     Corruption and democratic participation (especially the role of civil society organizations, community organizations  in combating corruption)
  5.     Corruption and human rights
  6.     Soft law controls on corruption
  7.     The role of social-media in fostering integrity
  8.     Corruption under the common law
  9.     Private actions against corruption
  10.     Corruption and third parties
  11.     The corruption impact assessment of regulations
  12.      Collective anticorruption programs
  13.     Anticorruption certification standards
  14.     Control of transnational corruption
  15.     National and international anticorruption regimes (especially with that in India)
  16.     India’s role in combating foreign corruption by national companies
  17.     Corruption and inward foreign investment in India
  18.     The role and efficacy Anti-corruption agencies in India

This list is only suggestive: any submission related to corruption keeping in view of the broad contours of the Conference is welcome as well.

The event is to be held at the Delhi on April 30, May 1 2016 in India Habitat Centre.

Interested persons should submit a one page proposal to Suvrajyoti Gupta on along with a short CV that should inter-alia contain their contact details.

The abstracts are to be submitted by February 15, 2016.

The Proposals will be reviewed by a committee representing the three sponsors.

The selected authors shall be intimated by March 1, 2016.

If accepted, a proposer must supply a five page (or longer, if you prefer) paper by April 10, 2016.

Copies of all papers will be distributed to all participants before the workshop; an objective of this meeting is to thoroughly discuss the ideas contained in each paper.

The precise format of the conference/workshop will depend on the number of submissions received.

– See more at:

Call for Papers @ NLSIU

ndia went through the process of liberalisation, privatisation, and globalisation of its economic policies in 1991, and has undergone vast changes in its legal and economic landscape since the early 1990s. With this opening up of the economy completing 25 years in 2016, the occasion is ripe to examine its impact on India – specifically, on the various laws enacted and amended subsequent to liberalisation.

Date: July 14th, 15th and 16th, 2016

Venue: National Law School, Training Centre, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India


Abstract Submission:  February  29th 2016

Communication of Acceptance of abstract: March 5th 2016

Submission of draft Full length papers: May 31th 2016.

Communication of acceptance of papers:  June 15th 2016.

Please find attached Brochure for more details or visit the website



Anyone who wishes to be a speaker at any of the sessions must specify this in the registration email. Each session will have 5 speakers. Please note that each participant will be allowed to be a speaker at only one session. Each speaker will be given a maximum of 10 minutes to make their presentation. In case there are vacant speaker slots available, participants will be intimated about the same on February 1st 2016.


Registration for the Global Gathering Goa 2016 opens on December 12th 2015. The last date to register is 31st January 2016. To register, send in your CV to  

A reply confirming the registration will be sent back to the applicant in 48 hours.


Global Gathering Goa will be held on 29th February 2016 and 1st March 2016. It will be followed by the Lex Infinitum: VMSCL-WMO International Dispute Resolution Competition which will be held from 2nd to 5th March 2016.

All those who wish to register for Global Gathering Goa 2016 must enroll themselves as WMO fellows. Please refer to for details regarding the same.

The Registration Fee for Global Gathering Goa is:
For Asian WMO Fellows: USD 290
For other WMO Fellows: USD 350

The Registration Fee covers accommodation and meals for the duration of Global Gathering Goa.

In case the participants in Global Gathering Goa wish to stay on in Goa for the Lex Infinitum: VMSCL-WMO International Dispute Resolution Competition, they can avail of the following package which covers registration for BOTH the Competition as well as Global Gathering Goa:
For Asian WMO Fellows: USD 690
For other WMO Fellows: USD 740

All those who participate in the Global Gathering Goa 2016 will receive 20 CPD credits. Those who attend both the Global Gathering Goa as well as Lex Infinitum: VMSCL-WMO International Dispute Resolution Competition will receive 60 CPD credits. Special certification will be provided to the participants and speakers at Global Gathering Goa 2016.

The Registration Fee covers accommodation and meals for the duration of Global Gathering Goa. It also covers accommodation for the duration of Lex Infinitum International Dispute Resolution Competition (2– 5 March 2016), breakfast and lunch on all four days and the Inaugural and Valedictory Dinners.

The Registration Fee is NON- refundable

Account details will be mentioned soon. There are limited seats available. So hurry! Book your place for Global Gathering Goa 2016 and Lex Infinitum: VMSCL-WMO International Dispute Resolution Competition!

‘You judge me because you don’t know me. You won’t know me because you’ve judged me’
I made that quote up, but I’m positive I’ve read something similar a long while ago and it made so much sense. Each of us on this planet has been created distinctly different from each other with regards to our physiology, emotions, intellect and psychology. To make matters more complicated, the persons who we are, are continuously shaped by families and communities, religions and races, national beliefs and borders, ethnicity and inter-generational traditions, besides the strongly enforced inherited cultural values. And then, there is the media in all its forms, educating us about life, death and survival.

Our existence and role on this planet as humans is very often questioned. Our identities have been continuously challenged, our beliefs often contradicted. Who are we? Where do we come from? Does our skin colour decide how beautiful we are? Is it important to be beautiful? What if men are actually from Venus and women from Mars? Who do we pray to? Do we need to pray? National borders – are they necessary? Can’t we sing the same anthem and salute one flag?

We travel the world, meet so many different people, taste varied cuisines and learn to speak multiple languages, does this make us global citizens? All these questions need an answer…

Pack your bags for a Global Gathering and catch a flight to Goa. Living lifestyles apart from the rest of India, with distinct festivities, celebrations and recreational habits, Goans have been loved and hated for being blessed with such a liberal atmosphere. It’s not just the socio-cultural environment that makes this coastal state special, but the humid, yet breezy tropical weather causes it to be the perfect spot for a spiritual vacation. Vast stretches of sea and shore; kitchens that produce delicious seafood; green fields and football fields; streets selling beer and binge meals, houses that remind us of the Portuguese and of course the musical harmony that binds people from different communities together – this is Goa and this is why you ought to be on that flight.

Global Gathering, Goa 2016, is designed to attract mediators, law-makers, law-keepers, peacekeepers, thinkers, philosophers, academicians, journalists, spiritual leaders, political scientists, artistes, performers and every other professional committed to making this world a better place. The first edition of this event will take place on February 29 and March 1, 2016 in Goa, India. Spanning across two days, the event will cover debates, discussions, dinners and a whole lot of entertainment. It will facilitate networking among peers and professionals, besides providing a taste of Goa. If you looking to combine business with pleasure, then register to be part of Global Gathering, Goa 2016.

Peace has never been celebrated at a better venue. See you soon.

Jonathan Rodrigues
CEO, Global Gathering, Goa 2016.



National Conference @IIM . Calcutta

2nd International Conference on
Contemporary Debates in Public Policy and Management
IIM Calcutta, 15-17 January, 2016

The Second International Conference on Contemporary Debates on Public Policy and Management invites contributions that focus on emerging policy challenges—including those that have generated lively public and scholarly debates in recent times in India and beyond—e.g. policies for boosting domestic manufacturing output and employment, management of natural resources and resolution of conflicts over them, policies to reap the demographic dividend in developing countries like India including public health and education policies, labor market reforms, social insurance and informal sector, management of rapid urbanization and domestic macro policies in the post-recession international economic order, among others. Scholarly works on public policy and management from all disciplines are invited—including theoretical papers, case studies, historical studies, econometric work, ethnography, survey-based studies, experimental work and others.
The conference invites both a) individual paper proposals (which the conference organizers will group into thematic panels and b) panel proposals (a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 papers on a theme).
The following is a list of suggested themes for submission of paper and panel proposals. Submissions need not be limited to sub-themes specified in the list.
Public policy challenges in the contemporary global context
International institutions and development
Agriculture: policy challenges
Climate change: global and local issues
Innovation policies
Policies for the manufacturing sector
Governance issues in the social sector
Public health policies—efficiency, quality and equity
Education and skill development policies
ICT and development policies
Judiciary and public policies
Labour market regulations
Community, state and market
Communities and cities: identity, politics and conflicts
Citizen engagement and participatory governance
Land acquisition laws and policies
Forest rights and forest management
Social movements and policy responses
Decentralization, democracy and development
Policy process: The making and implementation of policies
Public finance
Legal framework and institutions
Ethics, science and public policies
Media and public policies
The conference will feature keynote speeches and invited panel discussions/ roundtables.
Submission of Individual paper/ Panel Proposals
For individual paper proposals, an abstract of 300 words with title, keywords of the paper/ case and author affiliation needs to be submitted. For panel proposals, a concept note for the panel (300 words) along with abstracts of individual papers, of 250-300 words with title, keywords of the paper/ case and author affiliation, (a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 papers) needs to be submitted.
Submission of Full Papers
All submissions should be made ONLY as a PDF document, with numbered pages. All submissions should be in Times New Roman, 12 point size, double-spacing, with 1 inch margin on all sides. The full paper should be of 5000-8000 words in length (excluding references, tables, figures, and appendices)
Submission of Full Papers

Important dates
Last date of submission of individual paper/panel proposals: 31 July, 2015
The deadline for submission of individual paper/panel proposals has been extended to 31 August, 2015
Date of announcement of selected individual papers/ panels: 15 September, 2015
Last date of submission of full papers: 15 December, 2015
Last date for registration: 15 December, 2015
Conference Dates: 15-17 January, 2016
Registration Fee
For Indian delegates: Rs 6000
For overseas delegates: 200 US $
For Indian students: Rs. 3000
For overseas students: 100 US $
Only full-time students will be eligible for discount.
The registration fee covers the conference kit, lunches on three days of conference, one conference dinner and Tea/Coffee during session breaks for all registered participants. It also includes on-campus accommodation for out-station participants presenting a paper for three nights. For co-authored papers, each author will have to separately register for participation in the conference.
Click here to register online
Program Coordinator
Rajesh Bhattacharya, Public Policy and Management Group
Manish Thakur, Public Policy and Management Group
Arnab Roy Chowdhury, Public Policy and Management Group
Contact Email:


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National Conference on Media and Public Policy in India @IIM

National Conference on Media and Public Policy in India
by Centre of Excellence in Public Policy and Government
Indian Institute of Management Kashipur
21-22 January 2016

Concept Note:
The Centre of Excellence in Public Policy and Government at Indian Institute of Management Kashipur is organising its First Annual National Conference on Public Policy during 21 and 22 January 2016. The theme of this year’s conference is Media and Public Policy in India. The conference is intended to enhance knowledge domain in media as well as public policy in Indian context. Hence, we welcome papers from multiple disciplines and different domains in media and public policy.

The specific subthemes of the conference will be, but not limited to

Print Media and Public Policy
Electronic Media and Public Policy
New Media and Public Policy
Social Media and Public Policy
Community Media and Public Policy
Papers may address either public policy in general or any specific policy such as health, education, sanitation, gender, conflict resolution, natural resources and development.

Call for Papers Guideline:
Title of the paper must not be more than 15 words.
Name of the author with footnote.
Position, affiliation, email and mobile number should be mentioned in the footnote.
Abstract should be written in English(United Kingdom) within 250 – 300 words.
There should be 4 – 5 keywords followed by abstract.
Font type- Times New Roman.Font Size- Title (14), Abstract (12), Footnote (10).
1.5 spacing with 1 inch margin in all sides.
Submit in MS Word document.
Full paper must be within 5000 – 6000 words including references, tables and figures.
Travel and Logistics:
Paper presenters will be provided rail fare (2AC/3AC/Sleeper). Accommodation will be provided for three nights stay only, in double occupancy as per our institutional norms.

There is no registration fee for paper presenters. However, it is mandatory to register to present your paper in the conference. Registration form will be sent to the selected paper presenters and collected back through email.

All the papers will be published as a Conference E-Proceeding with ISBN number. Selected papers may be developed for publication along definite themes. We are currently in discussions with a few leading international publishers to produce an edited book of selected conference papers.

Important Dates:
Last date for abstract 12 December 2015
Date of Intimation 14 December 2015
Last date for full paper 31 December 2015
Conference date 21-22 January 2016
About the Institute and COE-PPG:
Indian Institute of Management Kashipur commenced operations from July 2011 with Post-Graduate Programme in Management. The institute also offers Executive Post Graduate Programme, Fellow Programme and Executive Fellow Programme in Management. The Centre of Excellence in Public Policy and Government (COE-PPG) of the institute is a platform to serve as a bridge between policy makers, government agencies, civil society, industries and academia by supporting scholarly research, training programmes and other capacity building activities.

Nearest Place for Visit: Jim Corbett National Park:
Jim Corbett National Park, the oldest national park in India is just 32 kilometres away from IIM Kashipur. Hence, you may visit the park on 23 January 2016 in a group. We are planning for it in a group, but paid.

Contact Persons:
Dr Bidu Bhusan Dash,
Academic Associate in Communication
Cell No- +917830666700
Mr Anas Raushan,
Academic Associate in COE-PPG,
Cell No- +919760444087
Contact Email:


National Seminar on UN @ 70: Urgent Need for Reforms to Retain Vitality and Relevance in the Ever Changing World

Venue : GNLU, Gujarat

The broad themes of the seminar are as follows:

 How do international organisation differ from states?

 Does the UN postulate any theoretical framework to understand the changing concepts (power, conflict, sovereignty, order, democracy, equity, justice);

 UN role in dealing with issues (security, trade, development, climate change, globalisation, nuclear disarmament, proliferation, terrorism, cyber security)

 Role of actors (state, non-state, transnational, inter-governmental, subnational, supra-national) that constitute the fluid matrix of international political life?

 India’s role in the institutional process of the UN


for more details visit :


Call for Papers: NATIONAL SEMINAR On “ Emerging Patterns of Indian Federal System ”

Department of Political Science of B.P.S. Institute of Higher Learning College is organizing a Two Days National Seminar on Emerging Patterns of Indian Federal System on 14thand 15th January 2016.
In this academic event, we propose to invite eminent scholars from various fields, such as– Political Science,History, Economics and Law
We also plan to publish the selected papers presented at the Seminar in the form of an edited book.
The broad themes of the Seminar are:
 Historical Basis of Indian Federalism.
Sociological Dimensions of Indian Federal System
Political Geography of Indian Federal System.
Political Dimensions of Indian Federal System.
Political Economy of Indian Federal System.
Emerging Pattern of Indian Federal System after (2014) the formation of BJP Government at the Centre.
Any other sub
themes related to the main theme
The last date for the submission of abstracts (about two hundred words) is
Dec.10th, 2015. The full length papers (around 4000 words) can be submitted by  by 30th December 2015. These may be sent to
The contributors are also required to submit a hard copy of the paper
before making their presentation. Rs. 300/ registration fee will be charged from the participant s
. No T.A./ D.A. will be paid to any participants but
free boarding/lodging and hospitality during the seminar.

Call for Papers: National Seminar on “Identity and Security in India in the Era of Globalization

Sub themes:The seminar will concentrate on four sub-themes during two
-day (7-8January) for comprehensive exposition:
1.Theoretical and Conceptual Issues Relating to National Identity and Security;
2.Indian State and the Question of National Identity in a Globalizing Era;
3.Security Issues and Challenges in India in a Globalized World;
4. Identity, Security and Governance: Contemporary Issues and Debate
Important Deadlines:
6.12.15 Submission of Abstract
15.12.15 Intimation about selection of the papers
31.12.15 Full paper submission
authors are requested to mention their institutional affiliation, e-mail and phone number in the abstract and send it to

International Seminar on “Judicial Ethics 13, 14 Feb,2015

 International Seminar on “Judicial Ethics 13, 14 Feb,2015” MATS Law School, MATS University, Raipur
This is to inform everyone that the submission deadlines of abstract for the International Seminar on “Judicial Ethics 13, 14 Feb,2015” MATS Law School, MATS University, Raipur have been extended till 25th Dec,2015. 
The new submission dates are as following:

The registration fees is to be paid through Demand Draft in the favor of “MATS University, Raipur”, payable at Raipur on or before January 5th , 2016
The abstract should reach us on or before December 25th, 2015.
The selection of abstracts would be intimated to the authors by December 31th, 2015.

Call for Papers: International Conference on Innovation and Sustainable Development

The organizers of the conference invite unpublished articles that involve theoretically informed empirical analysis of the role of innovation, including frugal and below the radar innovations, in addressing exclusion and unsustainable development in any sectors of the economy and sections of society. Topics of interest include, but not limited to;
1.Innovation system for inclusive and sustainable development of agriculture including plantation crops.
2.Industry studies on innovation, including the use of new technologies like ICT, for sustainable competitiveness and inclusive development in manufacturing inter alia through employment generation, value addition, moving up the global value chain, internalizing externalities along with development of low carbon energy sources.
3.Institutional, organizational and governance innovations for building inclusive development with focus on health,education, gender and other social issues]
Submission of abstracts 15/12/2015
Decision on the abstracts 20/12/ 2015
Deadline for full paper 10/03/2016
Conference 16-18 March 2016


1. Business Management
Ø ICT in Business
Ø Corporate Social Responsibility
Ø Sustainable growth and development
Ø Laws Governing Business
Ø Private Equity in various businesses
2. Marketing
Ø Digital Marketing
Ø Green Marketing
Ø Rural Marketing
Ø Social Marketing
Ø Retail Marketing
3. Banking and Finance
Ø Financial Engineering
Ø Financial Inclusion
Ø Rural Retail Banking in India
Ø Ethical Banking
Ø Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development
4. Accounting
Ø Human Resource Accounting Practices in India
Ø Environment Accounting related to sustainable
Ø Accounting information an important managerial tool
for decision making
Ø Emerging Auditing Practices
Ø Mergers and Acquisition

Guidelines for submission of Research
Registration Fees:
1. The Paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 and 1.5 line spacing.
2. The paper should be in word file with 1 &1/2” margin on the left and 1” margin on the right.
3. The Paper should not exceed 1500 words.
4. Manuscript should not exceed 6 pages including graphs, tables and appendices.
5. The cover page of manuscript must contain the title of the paper, author’s name, mailings address, and acknowledgment, if any.
6. The cover page should not be a part of the paper so as to facilitate peer review of the paper.
7. References should be given at the end of the paper and should be as per the APA style.
8. All notes must be serially numbered and given at the bottom of the pages at footnote.
9. In case of website references, the entire URL should be provided by the authors.
10. Send your paper at

Selected outstanding quality papers will be published in a compendium with ISBN which would be given to the paper presenters on the day of the seminar 

Deadline of Submission : 15/july/2015

Call for Papers: National seminar on “EMERGING TRENDS IN BUSINESS: ISSUES, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES”(Lot of good themes to write upon for law students)

1. Business Management
Ø ICT in Business
Ø Corporate Social Responsibility
Ø Sustainable growth and development
Ø Laws Governing Business
Ø Private Equity in various businesses
2. Marketing
Ø Digital Marketing
Ø Green Marketing
Ø Rural Marketing
Ø Social Marketing
Ø Retail Marketing
3. Banking and Finance
Ø Financial Engineering
Ø Financial Inclusion
Ø Rural Retail Banking in India
Ø Ethical Banking
Ø Role of Commercial Banks in Economic Development
4. Accounting
Ø Human Resource Accounting Practices in India
Ø Environment Accounting related to sustainable
Ø Accounting information an important managerial tool
for decision making
Ø Emerging Auditing Practices
Ø Mergers and Acquisition

Guidelines for submission of Research
Registration Fees:
1. The Paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 and 1.5 line spacing.
2. The paper should be in word file with 1 &1/2” margin on the left and 1” margin on the right.
3. The Paper should not exceed 1500 words.
4. Manuscript should not exceed 6 pages including graphs, tables and appendices.
5. The cover page of manuscript must contain the title of the paper, author’s name, mailings address, and acknowledgment, if any.
6. The cover page should not be a part of the paper so as to facilitate peer review of the paper.
7. References should be given at the end of the paper and should be as per the APA style.
8. All notes must be serially numbered and given at the bottom of the pages at footnote.
9. In case of website references, the entire URL should be provided by the authors.
10. Send your paper at

Selected outstanding quality papers will be published in a compendium with ISBN which would be given to the paper presenters on the day of the seminar

for more download brochure : COMMERCE SEMINAR (1)