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Call For Papers: DME's National Conference On Art 370 [24th Jan; Noida]

Aasavari Rai
20 Oct 2019 1:16 PM GMT
Call For Papers: DMEs National Conference On Art 370 [24th Jan; Noida]
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Delhi Metropolitan Education is organising a National Conference on Genesis to Terminus of Article 370: Socio-Legal Perspectives.

Date: 24th January 2020

Venue: Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Delhi Metropolitan Education, B-12, Sector 62, Noida 201309


Constitutional Perspective

  1. Jammu Kashmir and the Indian Constitutional history
  2. Article 370 and 35A-Problems and Prospects
  3. Deconstructing the Status of Kashmir- From 'Accession' to 'Integration'?
  4. Constitutional Mechanism for Amendment: The process of abrogation of Article 370 and 35A
  5. Indian federalism: Relationship of J&K vis-à-vis the Union of India
  6. Rights of the citizens: Impact on civil and political rights of Kashmiris
  7. Pros and Cons of Article 370 for the people of J.&K.
  8. Dawn and Dusk of Article 370
  9. Dismantling State of J&K: Does it amount to assassination of Democracy?
  10. Analysis of the special status of various States via-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir
  11. Article 370 and 35A -Its Impact on unity and integrity of India
  12. Article 370 and 35A- Toothless
  13. Overturning Article 370 and 35A
  14. Metamorphosis and demise of Article 370

Economic Perspective

  1. Impact on regional trade due to abrogation of Article 370
  2. Effect of Reorganisation: Changes in the GDP and growth pattern of India
  3. Development of a New India with special reference to changes in the trading regime of J&K

Socio-Legal Perspective

  1. Suppressed Voices of the Kashmir Valley
  2. The Need for Responsible Reporting in times of Political Crisis: The J&K perspective

International Perspective

  1. Analysis of the sovereignty stakes: Article 370 and India at the International Fora
  2. Abolition of Article 370: Impact on South Asian political relations
  3. The state of Delusion: Terrorism and Conflict
  4. Article 370 and United Stations
  5. Role of Neighboring countries: aftermath of abolition of Article 370

Registration Fee:

  • Students: Rs. 500
  • Faculty and Research Scholars: Rs. 1000
  • Other Professionals: Rs. 2000

Important Dates:

  • Last date for submission of Abstracts: 8th November 2019
  • Last date for Acceptance of Abstracts: 15th November 2019
  • Last Date for online Registrations: 22nd November 2019
  • Last date for Submission of Full Articles: 6th December 2019
  • Intimation & Final listing of accepted papers for presentation: 13th December 2019
  • Date of Conference: 24th January 2020

In case of any queries, contact Bedapriya Lahiri (8305261053), or Sreedurga T. N (8826559126).

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