FIMT International Conference on Human Rights Prisoners Reforms 2019

By | March 2, 2019

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in collaboration with Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology(FIMT) is going to conduct an International Conference on Human Rights Prisoners Reforms on9th March 2019 at FIMT Campus.

Speakers for the workshop will be:

  1. Hon’ble Justice Shri Arjan Kumar, Supreme Court of India
  2. Ranjit Singh, Joint Secretary, NHRC
  3. Advocate Monika Arora, Standing Council Government of India
  4. Shri O.P Vyass, Assistant Registrar (law) NHRC

ELIGIBILITY

All the students/scholars/researchers interested in Human Rights or Prisoners’ Rights and Reforms

VENUE

Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology, FIMT CAMPUS, Kapashera, New Delhi – 110037.

REGISTRATION

Registration fees: Rs.600

Interested students are requested to fill the Google Form – HERE

DEADLINE

 7th March 2019

CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION

The participants will be provided certificates on successful completion of the Workshop. It is mandatory for all participants to attend all the classes/sessions.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Attendance for all the sessions is mandatory or otherwise, the certificate shall not be issued.
  • Due to Limited seats the students will be selected on First Come First Serve Basis
  • Selected students will be communicated by the Organizing Team on 7th March 2019 to pay the Registration Fee.
  • The Last date for submission of registration fees is 8th March 2019 failing to which the candidature shall be cancelled.
  • The fee for the workshop is non-refundable.
  • Refreshment will be made available for the participants.

CONTACT

Faculty Coordinator

  • Deepa Bhutani: 9711464097

Student Coordinators

  • Aditya Pandey: 9039030856
  • Krishna Pandey: 8588019483

Email ID: fimtrst2019[at]gmail.com


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