Introduction to University
Chandigarh University is a multi-disciplinary, leading institute in the northern India which is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research. It has been established through State Legislature Act, of Punjab and is recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC).
The aim of this institute is to develop leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally. This University stands on the glorious legacy and global vision of over fifteen years of Chandigarh Group of Colleges.
The University renders a trendsetting infrastructure, vanguard curriculum and excellent courses in the wider prospect. Chandigarh University’s legacy as a leading research and educational institute has a significant impact both on academic and cultural activities.
The University prepares the students to become invincible personalities in every field, enhancing for them the chances to achieve the apt prestige in their metiers.
About 3rd National Seminar
“Cooperative Federalism” it is a concept of federalism in which national, state, and increasingly local governments interact cooperatively and collectively to solve common problems, rather than making policies separately. Cooperative federalism requires robust institutions and mechanisms for promoting intergovernmental relations.
In brief, an essential element in cooperative federalism is clarity in the assignment of functions among different levels of government and mechanisms for discussions and conflict resolution. This is achieved through Intergovernmental Relations (IGR) within federations which take many forms and may be exercised through a variety of mechanisms, formal and informal or both.
Several times It has been observed that whenever the central government is in full majority then the Federalism is a little bit in endanger and when the center have coalition government then the federalism become strong.
3rd National Seminar (One day) to be held on 31st March 2018.
- Competitive Cooperative Federalism
- Comparative study of cooperative federalism with special reference to USA, Australia, and Canada;
- Cooperative Federalism vis-à-vis Centralization of power in Post Independence Era;
- Green federalism, impact upon Finance relations Between Union and States after GST;
Note: The Author can submit the paper on any relevant theme related to the main theme of the National Seminar
Video Conferencing: Presenters can also present their Research Paper with the help of Video Conferencing
Provisional Registration: 6th March 2018
Submission of Abstract: 10th March 2018
Intimation of acceptance: 12th March 2018
Submission of the Full paper, Demand Draft of registration fee: 24th March 2015.
Registration for attendees: till March 26, 2018
Date of Seminar: 31st March 2018
Method of Submission
Interested participants have to make a provisional registration through mail at the mentioned Email address firstname.lastname@example.org till 05 March 2018.
All submissions for the seminar have to be electronically mailed with the subject column as “Submission – abstract/full paper” with the full details only on the following Email address: email@example.com and CC it to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Note: Selected papers shall be published in the “Chandigarh University Law Journal” in its first edition.
- Lawyers/ Corporate: Rs 1500/-
- Co-author- Rs 1000/-
- Academicians: Rs 1000/-
- Co-author: Rs 750/-
- Students /Research Scholar: Rs 500/-
- Co-author: Rs. 500/-
- Attendee: Rs. 300/-
Registration for the attendee can be made by making a mail with the subject “Request as an Attendee” at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Prof(Dr.) JP Yadav, Director UILS: email@example.com
Ms. Ankita Bali (Faculty Convener) : +91-9878166620
Ramashish Byahut (Student Convener): +91-8279952001
Vivek Sharma (Co-Convener) : +91-8868068244
Note: Since the accommodation at the venue is limited, preference would be given to people who register in advance for the event.