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IJSARD International Virtual conference 2017


Law and Social Sciences

In association with

Sikshalaya Educational Society’s

Supported by

Government of Uttarakhand

 “Law and its dynamism must have equilibrium for a sustainable society”



International Journal of socio-legal analysis and Rural Development (IJSARD) ISSN: 2455 4049 is an online quarterly peer reviewed international journal on ‘Law’ and ‘Rural Development’, published by Sikshalaya Educational Society. As the name suggests the journal focuses on the analysis of different laws for better understanding and research. The society needs the laws for proper functioning and thus the journal focuses to draw a special emphasis on various disciplines of social sciences, rural development and analysis of various aspects of law to improve the quality of research and explore the more realistic aspects of civilization’s sustainable developments. Establishing equilibrium between the society and law it shall find the present and futuristic scope of growth and prosperity. Rural development is an essential part of a sustainable society.

About The Conference

The society and law are the two integral parts of a civilization. The society keeps on changing from day to day and so as the law from time to time and they both maintain the dynamisms in them. In order to study and understand this catalytic behavior a deep analysis and discussion is to be done on the various issues and trends of societal development to make a better futuristic oriented policy and regulation. This conference will be a virtual platform from where these issues will be addressed and analyzed by different delegates from all around the world.


Law and Technology

Cyber security and laws of India and other countries

Internet, Cybercrime, E- Banking and Security

Human Rights in International Trade

Human Rights and the Developing Laws

Law and technological developments.

Green technology and sustainable development

Women and Gender studies

Technology or Criminology in Society or Online Society & globalization impacts

Management and corporate governance

Politics, Public administration &   international affairs

Security and insecurity, conflict and cohesion, war and peace, terror and anti-terror

Economy and economic growth & developments

The environment, resources, and agricultural economy

Environment, climate change and disaster management

Immigration diversification and immigration patterns

Climate change and disaster management

Who Should Submit Papers

  • Corporate Delegates
  • Business entities
  • Research Scholars/Faculties
  • Students


Paper Submission Guidelines

  • Abstract (250-300 words) along with Full Paper not exceeding 4000-5000 words on any of the aforesaid themes should be sent through email at ijsard.conference@gmail.com on or before 9th October 2017. The full paper must be submitted in a .doc format (MS Word File).
  • Each submission must be accompanied with


A cover page with Author’s name, Email address and Contact Number

An abstract of not more than 200-250 words.

       Main article

List of References.

Short description about the author.

Formatting and Other Essentials:

Main text: Times New Roman, Font Size 12, 1.5 spaced.

Footnotes: Times New Roman, Font Size 10, single spaced.

Citation Method:  Any uniform citation.

Publication Opportunity

All papers accepted for the conference will be published in the IJSARD: international Journal of Socio-legal Analysis and Rural Development and in edited books with ISSN/ISBN.


Submission of paper along with abstract 9th October 2017
Last date of intimation of acceptance of paper 16th October 2017
Last date of registration & Submission of Power Point Presentation 23rd October 2017
Power point presentation uploading 1st November 2017
Publication of papers in ISSN e-Journal 5th November 2017
Dispatch of hard copy of Certificate of presentation & certificate of publication along with a journal copy in form of a CD 20th November 2017 Onwards

Registration Fee


  Indian             International
Registration Fee Single Author: 1000 INR

Co-Author:       1800 INR*

Single Author: $100 USD

Co-Author:       $175USD*


Co-authorship will be allowed to a maximum of two authors and two separate certificates shall be issued for the same.


The registration fees include:


  • Presentation & Publication of full research paper.
  • Hard copy of Certificate of presentation
  • Hard copy of certificate of publication of article in an international journal.
  • A journal copy in form of a CD
  • Uploading of power point presentation in the conference link.



Virtual Presentation Process

The paper presenters should send their Abstract (250-300 words) along with Full Paper not exceeding 4000-5000 words on any of the aforesaid themes should be sent through email at ijsard.conference@gmail.com on or before 9th October 2017. The full paper must be submitted in a .doc format (MS Word File).  The author must follow a uniform citation however if they face a difficulty a sample citation format for full paper is available below which can be used, for paper submission.  Papers submitted are subject to plagiarism, must be original and must not have been published earlier.

Once the Author the acceptance for his paper, one can proceed for Power Point Presentation Submission along with registration. After the confirmation of registration a Power Point Presentation Not exceeding 30 slides will uploaded in the website of the conference for virtual presentation, which will enable all the participants to access the presentations. After presentations all the papers will be published in the e journal.


For Additional Queries


Mr. Rahul Soni

Mob:-+91-7976566977, 7579006367

E-Mail:- rahul.soni203ms@gmail.com  or Visit www.confernce.ijsard.org


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World Congress On Interdisciplinary Innovative Research In Education, Law, Governance, Gender Studies, Humanities and V


23rd to 23rd September 2017
New Delhi, India

Website: http://krishisanskriti.org/congress17.html
Contact person: Dr. G. C. Mishra

Organizer Invites abstracts/research papers for oral/poster presentation in International Conference in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. All Selected papers will be published in International Journals having ISSN.

Organized by: KrishiSanskriti Publications
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 16th September 2017


Check the event website for more details.

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Namaskar !


Greetings from India Foundation


Centre for Study of Religion and Society (CSRS), India Foundation in association with Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar and Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India is organising 4th International Dharma-Dhamma Conference on “State & Social Order in Dharma Dhamma Traditions” from 30thNovember to 2nd December, 2017 at Rajgir, Bihar.


Abstracts are invited on the below mentioned themes. Abstracts and papers may be send in word file (unicode format) to



Last date for submission of abstracts: 30th September, 2017.


Last date for submission of Papers: 5th November, 2017.


About the Conference

Dharma-Dhamma has been a pivotal and pervasive concept and an overriding principle in all dharmic traditions of Asia and the world. They have played a dominant and cardinal role in shaping human modes of thinking and ways of living, covering every facet of human existence and cosmic life in so far as they have been the sustaining, regulating and life-enhancing forces in human cultural ethos.

Dharma-Dhamma has been a foundational tenet in all Indic traditions. The principles like truth and non-violence, peace and harmony, humaneness and spiritual linkages, mutual care and consideration, universal friendship and peaceful co-existence, and attitudes like selflessness, detachment, social service, cosmic wellness etc. have been integral part of Indian cultural ethos. Since India’s remotest past these have been cultivated and reiterated time and again by great seers, sages and thinkers.

In this background Centre for Study of Religion & Society, (CSRS), India Foundation in collaboration with Nalanda University, Rajgir is organizing 4th International Dharma Dhamma Conference on the theme of State and Social Order in Dharma Dhamma Traditions.

The central theme of the conference is the ideal state and just social order based on dharmic principles. Through this conference it is aimed to facilitate crosspollination of ideas and foster harmony at the global level. In the present era of globalization it is all the more needed to integrate the world through the common bond of Dharma-Dhamma which provides strong thread of interconnectedness. Thus, the conference seeks to explore the shared values of the dharmic traditions, which may provide the guiding light to the troubled world today.

The deliberations in the conference will focus on benevolent State, Governance and integral social order. This would comprise Dharma-Dhamma-centric political and social order for universal peace, harmony, justice and prosperity. All relevant social and political issues will be the subject matter of the conference from intra and inter cultural perspectives.


1)  State and Governance in Dharma Traditions

2)  Social Order in Dharma Traditions

3)  State in Dhamma Traditions

4)  Social Order in Dhamma Traditions

5)  Ecology & Environmental Consciousness in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

6)  Peace & Conflict in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

7) Dharma Dhamma Traditions in Gandhi, Ambedkar, Lohia and Deen Dayal Upadhayay

8) Idea of Rashtra (Nation) in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

Thanks and regards,

Guru Prakash

Senior Research Fellow & Project Head, India Foundation

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Dear Sir / Madam,


We welcome you at World Environment Congress ( 3rd World Research Journals Congress ) being organized by “World Research Journals” at Bangalore, India from January 10 to January 12, 2018 in collaboration with The Art of Living (https://www.artofliving.org). Last date for submitting abstract is October 31, 2017 along with the registration fees. Full papers should be sent to us by November 30, 2017. Venue of congress will be The Art Of Living International Center at Bangalore, an ideal and holistic place with serenity and green lush environment. All delegates are requested to stay there and enjoy Nature. .


4th World Research Journals Congress will be held in May or June 2018 at Romania. Details will be announced soon and interested participants can also register for Romania congress. 


Website of congress and our journals is: www.worldresearchjournals. com


Please register for congress and do participate with your abstract/poster/full paper in subject / field of your expertise and choice. Registration fees for Indian Professors and Scientists is Rs. 10000/- (for international professors and scientists US $ 400) and for Indian students, registration fees is Rs. 7000/-. (for international students US $ 300) One can pay registration fees online by credit card/debit card/net banking. 


“World Research Journals” is an international organization publishing online double peer reviewed monthly journals well indexed in SCOPUS, SCI, NAAS, Chemical Abstracts etc. in different fields of Science and other subjects. Three of our journals are linked with ScholarOne (Unit of Thomson Reuters) for submission and review of manuscripts. Ours is non-profit organization for promotion of research world wide.


Please contact us for any query regarding congress at : congress@worldresearchjournals.com


Please come to Bangalore and Romania for Congress and get your research published. Please invite your friends and colleagues for Congress and for Journals.


Kind regards and best wishes,


Yours sincerely,


Dr. Jyoti Garg,


Managing Editor and Congress Director

Email: jyoti@worldresearchjournals.com
Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, India
Research Journal of Biotechnology, India
Disaster Advances, India
Advances in Management, India
International Research Journal for Quality in Education, India
Nature Changes, India
Research Journal of Bioinformatics, India
Global Research in Medical Sciences, India

World Research Association
Environmental Disasters Research Institute
International Congress of Chemistry and Environment
International Society of Biotechnology
International Society of Management
International Congress of Disaster Management
The Management , Environment and Science Research Society

Postal address for correspondence for all journals:

Dr. Jyoti Garg, Sector AG/80, Vijay Nagar, A.B. Road, Indore, 452010, INDIA

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Respected Sir/Madam,


It is indeed a pleasure introducing you to Amity University, a world-class bona fide University established by a State Act, recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with “A” Grade, as a leading institution engaged in imparting higher education in various fields.


Amongst the diverse areas in which the University imparts education, law has emerged as a discipline par excellence. Rigorously engaged in propagating legal education is Amity Law School Centre-II, an upcoming institution that is devoted to prepare a generation of law professionals capable of facing future demands confidently. It is fully geared to provide its students with an innovative and stimulating exposure. The academic community works in cooperation towards the attainment of that goal with great enthusiasm. We aim to integrate our student’s legal concepts with an incisive and practical understanding of law.


Walking on the path of academic accomplishments, Amity Law School, Noida is organizing a International Conference on “Law & Justice”. The event is scheduled from 19th – 20th January 2018, within the Amity University campus in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.



International Conference- Amity Law School Noida

Waiting in anticipation for an optimistic response.


Many thanks and warm regards,


Warm Regards

Mr. Suhas K Hosamani
V year B.A.,LL.B(H) & Student Convener
Amity Law School, Noida
Amity University, Noida Campus

Uttar Pradesh

Phone No. : 08373924233

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International Conference on Future of Libraries: From Promises to Practice

Dear Professional Friends,

I am glad to inform you that  International Conference on Future of Libraries from Promises to Practices (ICFL)is being organized by DRTC, Indian Statistical Institute
in association with The College of Communication and Information, Florida State university, Florida USA


Library and Information Science Society for Asia and the Pacific (LISSASPAC)

15-17 November 2017  in the Platinum Jubilee Auditorium, Indian

Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India.

For more details visit http: https://sites.google.com/site/icflfpp2017/home

For better or worse, libraries are part of the fabric of society. They

cannot survive and thrive as alien bodies or, to use the language of

systems theory, as closed systems with impermeable boundaries. The mission

of academic libraries is to support research, education, and scholarship.

Historically, libraries have supported this mission by organizing and

providing access to information, special collections, and creating

physical spaces for collaboration and scholarship. While the broad mission

of academic libraries is largely unchanged, transformations in technology,

media, and culture are driving fundamental changes in the production and

consumption of information and the practice of scholarship. As a result,

academic libraries are rethinking their strategies and services to meet

the challenges of the digital world and the demands of the ?born digital?

generation. Libraries, in particular, are confronting these challenges as

the nature of scientific practice is being dramatically transformed by

information technologies.

Promises and Challenges for Libraries

The promises include the following: the potential for new scientific

discoveries that are possible only through large-scale, computational

analyses; a new era of transparency and replicability in scientific

methods and results; and the potential for widespread democratization of

scientific research, given the increasing ubiquity of open access data

sources and protocols. However, hidden in these examples are several

challenges for universities and their libraries. Libraries are

increasingly being asked to play a leadership role in helping universities

capture and organize their intellectual assets, such as faculty

publications, student dissertations, project reports, and scientific data

sets. To understand how libraries will change by the mid-21st century,

people need to understand what function they currently serve. At their

core, libraries in the information age provide a public means of accessing

knowledge. The hallmark of future libraries, meanwhile, will be

hyper-connectivity. They’ll reflect our increasing reliance on social

media, streaming content, and open-source data. The objective of the

conference is to create a platform for exchange ideas of the library

community related to current trends. Therefore, this conference will keep

you updated and make it stimulating and enlightening experience.

Call for Papers:

General areas of interests include, but are not limited to, the following


Knowledge Management/ Information Management

>From Meta Data to Data

Semantic web and linked data

Open Access and Open Science

Ontologies and knowledge organization systems, networked information

Applications of digital libraries


Digitization of Science and its Impact on Libraries

Digital Preservation and Access Management

Big Data Applications

Use of Web-based Library Services

Social Media (Research Gate, ORC IDetc.)

Submission Guidelines

Full papers (12 pages), must be written in English and submitted in PDF

format. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance,

originality, importance and clarity in a peer single-blind review process.

Original Papers on the theme and sub-themes are invited.

The papers have to be submitted electronically

The paper should consist of the title of the paper, name(s) of the

author/and their address with an E-mail ID and mobile No.

The Abstract should be about 15-200 words followed by at least 5 keywords.

All full papers should be prepared in MS Word format , double spaced, 12

point font size, Times Roman font, not exceeding 3000-5000 words.

Important Dates

Last Date for submission of Full Paper : August 30, 2017

Notification of Paper Acceptance      : September 30, 2017

Registration Open from                 :Aug 1, 2017

Registration Fee

Early Bird Registration Fee

India and SAARC countries               Rs. 3000.00

Other Countries                              USD 75.00

Regular Registration Fee               Rs 3500.00

Other Countries                   USD 100.00

Students/retired Professionals                  Rs.2000.00

The Demand Draft (DD) should be made in favour of Indian Statistical

Institute, payable at Bangalore.560059

Copy of  DD should be sent to Convener, ICFL,DRTC, Indian Statistical


8th Mile Mysore Road, Bengaluru-560059

Online Payment Details:

Account Number:  02970200000702

A/C  Holder Name: Indian Statistical Institute

Bank Name:          UCO Bank

Branch Name:    Kengeri, Bengaluru

IFSC Code:  UCBA0000297

PAN :    AAAAI0345R


Platinum Jubilee Auditorium

Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore Centre


Indian Statistical Institute

8th Mile Mysore Road, RVCE Post,

Bengaluru – 560059,

Karnataka, India.



Write to us


Contact Person:


Associate Professor

DRTC, Indian Statistical Institute

8th Mile Mysore Road

Bengaluru- 560059

Email: icflp2@gmail.com;mkrishna_murthy@hotmail.com

Mob: 9980035933

Office: 80-2698493

Dr. M.Krishnamurthy,M.A.,M.L.I.Sc.,Ph.D

Fulbright Fellow,University of Illinois,(USA)

Associate Professor

DRTC,Indian Statistical Institute

Bengaluru 560059




Secretary Finance Association of British Scholars

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73rd & 74th Constitutional Amendments and the role of State Election Commission, Maharashtra.

The 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments were passed in December 1992 and came into force in April 1993, reforming the structure of local government opening opportunities for participation. The basic features of these Constitutional Amendments were reservation of seats, Constitution of State Election Commission and State Finance Commission, powers to Gram/Ward Sabha and transfer of certain subjects through XI and XII schedule. The Act aimed at the larger participation of people in rural and urban areas in terms of not only the elites but also the amalgamation and inclusion of various marginalized sections like the women, Dalits in local governance. The tribal areas were also made a party through Panchayat Extension to Scheduled Areas in 1995. The 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment Acts in that sense were rightly called as the “Power to the People”. It made elections to the local bodies mandatory. This naturally gave rise to the office of the State Election Commission to oversee and implement the Act in its word and spirit.


The 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments formally created the third tier of governance. Its significance lies in the fact that the amendments gave local bodies a constitutional status, at both urban and rural levels.


Maharashtra is a pioneering state in which the State Election Commission has taken adopted a number of strategies to increase the voter turnout. Some of these strategies are:


1.  Research & Study to understand the Dynamics of grassroot elections & modifications of processes accordingly.


2. Sensitization of Officers at all levels


3.  Engagement, participation & Ownership by Public


4. Use of computers, software, Mobile applications and Modern technology.


5. Registration of Political parties and Voter Registration


6. 100% Digitization of Nomination Form & Affidavits of Candidates through software and analysis and publicity of affidavits of contesting candidates outside the polling stations.


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