Call for Papers is being invited by Saraswathy Law College for One Day National Conference on Right to Justice in India by 15 March 2023.

Call for Papers is being invited by Saraswathy Law College for One Day National Conference on Right to Justice in India by 15 March 2023.

About Saraswathy Law College

The Rapid Growth of technology in almost all the countries necessitated extension of technical and legal education to the younger generation. Realising the importance of legal education, the Dr. RAMADOSS EDUCATIONAL TRUST, has been established in a sprawling campus as a realization of the great dream of a great thinker, a veteran social – reformer, astute statesman, a valiant fighter of tamil culture, an unassailable moralist and a tireless crusader for social justice, popularly called “ The second Periyar” who is none other than our Dr. AYYA. The trust started functioning in 2000 with service as its only motto stands committed to empower the youth in general and the rural youth in particular who aspire to get qualitative and standardized education.

After a long legal battle which starts from 2008, our patience to establish a qualitative legal institute in the name of SARASWATHY LAW COLLEGE got succeed in the year 2018. The prime motto of establishing the institute is to provide Legal Education with high quality and world class standard for all the aspiring students especially from the rural folk and downtrodden in and around Tindivanam, Tamilnadu.

The college starts to offer LL.B 3 years degree and B.A.,LL.B 5 years degree course for the academic year 2018 - 2019 . The college was approved by Bar Council of India, New Delhi, and affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai.

About One Day National Conference on Right to Justice in India

In India, the current system of Access to Justice through courts are founded an adversarial legalism. In most common-law nations, the adversarial system of law is used, which is defined by the State’s neutrality and the parties’ responsibility for initiating and conducting litigation, except for criminal cases, when the State initiates the proceedings. This system of Access to Justice is a British legacy that was designed by the British government to exploit the Indian people.

After India’s independence, when the Constitution of India was adopted, and an attempt was made to create parity of power in dispute resolution methods, the manner of Access to Justice was revised and adjusted. The preamble of the Indian Constitution pledges to guarantee social, economic, and political equality to the people. Furthermore, Article 14 of the Indian Constitution states: “Equality before the Law — The State must not deny to any person within the territory of India equality before the law and equal protection of the laws.”

The term “Equal Protection of the Laws” signifies two things: first, that everyone has the right to be protected under all applicable laws, and second, that everyone in Indian territory is equally entitled to such safekeeping. To outline the relationship between the concept of Justice and the Constitution in India. examine the discourse on Justice and Equity, especially in relation to the Indian Constitution. Look into legal theory and its applicability on law-making and policy, in order to attain the ideal of a just and fair legal system based upon rights. Observe the impact of Law, Morality, and Justice on our everyday lives.




  • Constitutional Provision for Securing Justice.
  • Making Access to Justice as Fundamental Rights.
  • Vulnerable Sections of Society – viz women, children, minorities, & third gender, etc.,
  • Directive Principles of State Policy and Judicial Process.
  • Challenges to Secularism in a Pluralistic Society.
  • Access to Justice or Social, Economic & Political Rights.
  • Right to Speedy Trial.
  • Right to Free Legal Aid…

Guidelines For Paper Submission

  • Abstract: Abstract shall not exceed 300 words and shall include Five key words. The Author(s) shall specify the Title of the paper, Name(s) & Designation of the Author(s). All Abstracts should be submitted by filling the following google form link (Click Here) on or before 15.3.2023. The Author(s) of shortlisted Abstract(s) shall be intimated on or before 17.3.2023.
  • Author and Co-Author: There may be an Author and Co-Author for a research paper
  • Registration: The Authors of the selected abstracts have to register and pay the prescribed fee before the submission of full paper. Author and Co-Author have to pay their fees individually for registration. Co-authors will have to use the same registration form. Registration should be done on or before 31.03.2023 by using the following google form link.(Click Here)
  • Full Paper: The conference paper should be original, unpublished and should adhere to the conference theme. Full paper can be submitted using the following google form link (Click Here) on or before 05.04.2023
  • Page Limit: Full paper should not exceed 3000 - 4000 words.
  • Text: Size 12-pt. Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing; heading 14-pt (bold), Times New Roman: Sub-headings 12-pt (bold), Times New Roman, Foot Note 10-pt Times New Roman.
  • Reference Style: Authors to Cite Reference and avoid Plagiarism. The Blue Book : A Uniform System of Citation - 21 Edition reference style or ILI reference style should be followed strictly.
  • Author Name and Designation: Author Name and Designation would appear under the Title of the Paper on the First Page / Abstract.

Details for publication of Conference

  • Best and original papers will be selected for publication with ISBN and authors will be contacted for the same.
  • Participation: Those who are interested only to participate should register and pay the prescribed fee using the google form link (Click Here) on or before 31.03.2023.
  • Registration fee for Paper Presenters: Check the below Price List(Author & Co-author should pay separately)
  • Publication fee: Rs.1,500/- (Publication fee should be paid only after receiving confirmation from the conference committee)

Registration Fee (After Acceptance of Abstract)

  • Academicians & Professionals: INR 800/- (in case of co author INR 900/-)
  • Research Scholars: INR 700/- (in case of co author INR 800/-)
  • Students: INR 600/- (in case of Co Author INR 700/-)
  • Participation without Presentation: INR 250/- per person
  • On-Spot Registration: INR 400/- per person
  • Participants and paper presenters will be provided conference kit, refreshment and lunch.
  • Travel Allowances and Accommodation will NOT be provided.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 March, 2023
  • Notification on Acceptance of Abstract: 17 March, 2023
  • Registration Deadline: 31 March, 2023
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: 5 April, 2023
  • Conference: 15 April, 2023

Conference Secretariat

CHIEF PATRON: Dr. S. RAMADOSS Founder, Dr.Ramadoss Educational Trust


    • G.K.MANI , M.L.A Chairman, Dr Ramadoss Educational Trust.
    • Dr. S SIVAPRAKASAM Trustee, Dr. Ramadoss Educational Trust.



    • RADHIKA DEVI Assistant Professor In Law
    • VENKATESWARAN @ SRINIVASANE. S Assistant Professor In Law


    • SURIYA PRIYA . E Assistant Professor In Law
    • SHAMRIN. A Assistant Professor In Law


    • E DANIEL. R


  • Radhika Devi: +91 90474 34956
  • Venkateswaran S: +91 96009 67162
  • Paul Blesso. A: +91 93424 91186
  • Santosh Kumar. E: +91 73395 28250
  • Daniel. R: +91 80567 11465

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