NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad is offering courses on Personhood & Technology – Re-Thinking what it means to be Human in the 21st century from October 4-12, 2016 being organized by Centre for Disability Studies (CDS) NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad; Modern Corporate Governance (October 5-14, 2016) being organized by Centre for Corporate and Tax Laws (CCTL) NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and Gendering Legal Education from October 5-14, 2016 being organized by Centre for Legal Philosophy and Justice Education (C-LP-JE) NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad under Global Initiative for Academic Networks initiative.
Candidates shall be provided reading material. They shall be, primarily, lectured by the resource person. However, the worth of classroom teaching is only fully realized by forming a dialogical community. As such, the candidates shall be expected to process and analyse the material and engage in discussion to enrich the coverage.
This is credit-based course. Candidates shall be awarded TWO CREDITS upon successfully completing the same (per MHRD Guidelines on GIAN). The Candidates wishing to utilize the credit acquired at their parent institution shall have to
(a) identify a compatible course at such institution;
(b) process applications in their respective institutions.
YOU SHOULD ATTEND IF YOU ARE A - Student/Early career researchers/Faculty in Law, Philosophy, Sociology, History etc.
Registration form, along with the latest CV, to be emailed to: [email protected]
Faculty/students from academic institutions are also required to send a copy of their current valid identity card or a bonafide certificate from their institution.
Last date of submission of application: 20th September, 2016.
Short-listed candidates will be intimated by the 25th September, 2016.
The maximum number of participants will be limited to 80 only.
As per GIAN Guidelines, candidates of the host institution can fill a maximum 50% of the total seats. In the event that the number of applications received exceed the maximum number, a selection criteria identified by the University shall be adopted to shortlist the participants; increasing the no. of seats may also be considered.
The participation fees for taking a course are as follows:
Participant Fee Students (not requiring accommodation) INR 3000/-
Students (requiring accommodation) INR 4000/-
Faculty Members (not requiring accommodation) INR 5000/-
Faculty Members (requiring accommodation) INR 6000/-
Participants associated with NALSAR [includes current under-grad, graduate and doctoral students, and also faculty members] –
In case one wishes to enrol in two courses (Personhood & Technology and Gendering Legal Education; or Modern Corporate Governance and Gendering Legal Education) the fees shall be:
Participant Fee Students (not requiring accommodation)
INR 5000/- Students (requiring accommodation)
INR 7000/- Faculty Members (not requiring accommodation)
INR 9000/- Faculty Members (requiring accommodation)
INR 11000/- Participants associated with NALSAR [includes current under-grad, graduate and doctoral students, and also faculty members] –
Note-1: Students include anyone enrolled in undergraduate or graduate courses, and doctoral candidates. Kindly attach your student ID in the mail alongside your Registration form and CV.
Note-2: Accommodation will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis. The above fee includes all instructional materials, classes and internet facility. Venue: NALSAR University of Law, (Justice City) Shameerpet, R.R. District, Hyderabad - 500101, Telangana.
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