About the Webinar and CfP
The Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Law Reforms, NUALS calls upon the legal professionals, academicians from other social science disciplines, administrators, university students, young and upcoming research scholars, social activists, and the representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations to present their research papers for the webinar on the topic “Role of Local Self Government Bodies in India in Attaining Sustainable Development Goals-2030” on 21 & 22 March 2022.
Selected authors will be intimated and only those authors can make their presence online. All the selected papers will be published in a Book carrying ISBN. Papers selected for oral presentation will again be subjected to double-blind peer review before it is published in the Book carrying ISBN.
Considering the need for the development of our country, strengthening the capacity of Local Self- Government Bodies in the implementation of sustainable development goals 2030 is having great relevance. In this context, the Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Law Reforms, NUALS as the organizer of the webinar, calls upon the legal professionals, academicians from other social science disciplines, administrators, university students, young and upcoming research scholars, social activists, and the representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations to present their research papers relevant to the below-mentioned themes.
General Details of the Event
- Event Date: March 21, 2022; 10 AM to March 22, 2022, 5 PM
- Organizer: Centre for Parliamentary Studies & Law Reforms
Sub – Themes
Role of Local Self Bodies in India on:
- Eradication of Poverty
- Facilitating Development (Social Development)
- Facilitating Industrial & Infrastructure Developments (Minor and Medium Projects)
- Providing Free and Compulsory Education
- Protecting the Rights of Women, Children and other Vulnerable Groups
- Protection of Environment
- Ensuring Sustainable Development
- Preservation of Natural Resources like Water, Sand etc.
- Waste Management including Electronic Waste Management
- Economic Stability of Individuals
- Social Welfare Schemes
- Primary Health
- Religious and Cultural Rights
- Citizen’s Charter
- Access to Justice
- Grievance Redressal Mechanism, Local Self Government Tribunal etc.
*The above Sub Themes are not exhaustive
- Submissions are to be made in electronic form only and are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The paper should be in English, not exceeding 3000-5000 words (excluding footnotes).
- The paper should be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 350 words. Please limit keywords to 4. This shall not count towards the word limit.
- Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of two authors.
- The cover page should include Name, Address, E-mail ID, Contact number, and the name of the College/University/Firm along with the address of the author/s. In the case of co-authorship, the cover page should include details of both authors. A brief profile of the author/s not exceeding 250 words should be attached with the abstract.
- Kindly avoid the general and common information about the sub-theme of your paper as far as possible as doing so may result in duplication of information in the chapters coming under a single sub-theme.
- No part of the submission should have been published earlier nor should it be under consideration for publication or a contest elsewhere.
- All contributions must represent original ideas and interpretations coupled with critical evaluation and assessment.
- All contributors have to produce a report regarding plagiarism, generated from any of the online plagiarism checker tool. Plagiarism level of the submission must be below 10%.
- Full papers shall undergo Blind peer review and Plagiarism check.
- Any form of plagiarism above the prescribed level will result in immediate disqualification. Such Plagiarised papers above the prescribed level shall be rejected.
- Revision (if any) suggested by the reviewer of the paper shall be included. Revisions suggested are on the basis of blind peer review.
- Full papers mailed to email@example.com will only be considered.
- Status of the acceptance of full papers shall be communicated after blind peer review and plagiarism check. The registration details shall be informed with communication of acceptance.
- Any queries regarding the book shall be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Last date of Submission of Full papers: March 8, 2022
- Communication of status of Full papers: March 13, 2022
- Submission of revised papers (if needed): March 17, 2022
- Registration: March 18-19, 2022
- Date of Conference: March 21 & 22, 2022
Email : email@example.com
1. Dr. Anil R. Nair
Associate Professor, NUALS
Director, The Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Law Reforms, NUALS
2. Dr. Vipin Das R.V.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, NUALS
3. A. Runcie Mathew
Doctoral Research Scholar, NUALS
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