CFP: National Seminar on Absurd Fundamental Rights in Forgetfulness of Fundamental Duties: A Candor or a Story By Department of Lifelong Learning and Dr. Ambedkar Studies Centre, University of Rajasthan,Jaipur

About University of Rajasthan

University of Rajasthan holds the distinction of being the oldest institution of higher learning in Rajasthan. It was established as University of Rajputana on 8 of January, 1947, and renamed as the University of Rajasthan in 1956. The University is a hub of Higher Education in Rajasthan and attracts students from all over Rajasthan and other parts of India.

About the Department of Lifelong Learning

With the purported aim of expanding the frontiers of knowledge and extending the institutional resources to the community DLL conducts short term training courses, workshops, seminars, summer schools, capacity building and skill development programs etc. throughout the year.The department organizes programs which are need based, flexible, catering to the diverse needs of small and large segments of people. DLL has been successful in reaching out to large sections of society, especially the marginalized and disadvantaged, through varied interventions and capacity enhancement endeavors.

About Dr. Ambedkar Studies Centre

The Dr. Ambedkar Studies Centre was established in the session 2007-08 with an object to disseminate and promotion of the Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar’s ideas, through their vision, thoughts of pioneer path and to carry out his great mission for empowerment of weaker sections of the society and prevention of violence against socially excluded groups. The Centre tries to get involve all stake-holders apart from University academicians, social sectors, Corporate, Media persons and social activists through organizing Seminars, Symposium, Workshops, Public Hearing, Field Action program, Supporting System and Research studies.

About the Seminar

An alleged deviance from the prescribed standard will amount to non-observance of another’s right, resulting in a wrong. Thus, by doing what we are obligated to do under a prescribed course of conduct we are not only doing something right but also observing someone’s right. So, whenever a right is breached by a wrongful conduct, law seeks to repair the balance by providing remedies against the alleged infringement. The reciprocity of rights and duties and the consequent rectification of the wrong done by the non-observance of duty is the edifice, on which the functional aspect of our or any legal system rests.

Call for Papers: Submission of Abstracts and Full Papers

Research Papers are invited from the academicians, practitioners, research scholars and students on the issues related to the theme. Authors of the selected abstracts will be given an opportunity to present their papers during the seminar.

Registration Fee for the Delegates till 04 th March, 2020

  • Academicians: Rs.1000/-
  • Research Scholars: Rs.800/-
  • Students: Rs.600/-
  • On Spot Registration: Rs.1200/-
Important Dates
  •  Dates of the event: 14 – 15 March 2020.
  • Deadline for Abstract Submission: 01 st March, 2020 by 23:59 hours.
  • Deadline for Full Paper Submission: 06 th March, 2020 by 23:59 hours
Contact Information:

E-mail Address: [email protected]
Phone: +91-9462400000, +91- 9414476121, +91-9983855626, +91-9351745603

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