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One Day National Seminar On Public Health Vis. A Vis. Economy In The Wake Of COVID – 19 By Vaikunta Baliga College of Law

Manav Malhotra
12 May 2020 12:40 PM GMT
One Day National Seminar On Public Health Vis. A Vis. Economy In The Wake Of COVID – 19 By Vaikunta Baliga College of Law
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Vaikunta Baliga College of Law is organizing One Day National Seminar on Public Health Vis. A Vis. Economy in The Wake of COVID – 19.

Objectives

  • To analyse the present scenario of world economy in the light of epidemic Covid 19
  • To explore and find out the areas and people who are more prone to the impact of Covid 19
  • To examine the existing Centre and the various State laws and also to see the Centre State relations in the wake of the changing scenario of Covid 19.
  • To create an overall awareness among the stake holders about the pandemic virus and how it has changed the world order.
  • To bring forth the human rights violations and the interventions against the dignified life in the wake of pandemic disease.
  • To put forth some valuable output through the seminar and to bring it to the notice of administrators.

Who can apply?

  • Papers are invited from academicians, research scholars, advocates, activists and students on the areas mentioned above or connected to that.

Sub-Theme

  • Vaccination and Intellectual Property Rights
  • The role of WHO in the world health care system
  • Impact of Covid-19 on world economy
  • Technology and issues of privacy
  • Right to health and health care
  • Public Health care system in India and its challenges
  • Public distribution system in India and its challenges
  • Centre-State relations in the epidemic outbreak
  • Right to Employment in the light of epidemic
  • Changing role of judiciary in the lock down period
  • Health and economy –priority in the wake of pandemic
  • Covid-19 and domestic violence
  • Right to Life of Interstate Migrant workers
  • The efficacy of Epidemic Diseases Act,1897, The Disaster
  • Management Act, 2005 and relevant Ordinances.
  • Impact of Covid-19 on education system
  • The impact of lockdown on environment

Submission Guidelines

  • The abstract should not exceed 300 words and must be accompanied by a cover page. The paper presenters can send the abstract to the [email protected] on or before 18.5.2020, stating the details - Title of the Paper Name and designation of the author(s) E-mail address Postal address and Contact Number
  • The paper should not exceed 5000 words
  • Co-authorship is permitted with a maximum of two authors only.
  • The paper must be accompanied with the details of registration fees, and the cover page containing the details which are mentioned in the abstract guidelines.
  • All submissions must be the author's original and unpublished work. Plagiarized submissions will be disqualified.

Registration

  • Paper presentation: Rs. 500/
  • Participants: Rs 300/-
  • To Register click here

Important Date

  • Last Date for submission of Abstract:18.5.2020
  • Confirmation of Selected Abstract: 19.5.2020
  • Last date for Registration: 24.5.2020
  • Last Date for submission of soft copy of the Full Paper: 24.5.2020

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