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CALL FOR PAPERS:
Academicians, lawyers, scholars and members of civil society are hereby invited to contribute papers for the National Seminar. The contributions may be forwarded in both soft and hard copies according to the schedule provided hereunder. However the prior registration would be necessary so as to ensure proper arrangement of the seminar as the whole. The prospective participants are also expected to forward their itinerary well in advance. No TA/DA shall be provided by the University and therefore the participants should obtain the same from their respective institutions.
Soft copy of papers and abstract may kindly be forwarded to the following e-mail: [email protected]
- Last date for submission of abstracts: 25th October 2017
- Last date for submission of papers: 30th October 2017
- The registered participants only shall be allowed to present their papers in the seminar subject to submission of complete papers in due course of time. Papers received after stipulated deadline shall not be entertained for participation in seminar. All abstracts shall be published in souvenir.
- The papers should be developed and written in a symmetrical way of responding to a theme of seminar. It should have proper research questions and should also reflect the findings. The paper should not be more than 5000 words. The abstract should not be more than 250 words. Papers are acceptable both in English and Hindi. The paper must be typed in the font of Times New Roman or Kruti Dev. Footnotes shall be in the size of 10. Line spacing shall be 1.5 inches. Uniform style of citation shall be there. Personal details of the author shall be given on front page.
- Selected papers will be published in a book containing ISBN No. Coauthorship is allowed upto 2. Each co-author has to register separately.
Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow has been a pioneer legal education of India. It was established in 1921 with three teachers. Mr. Jag Mohan Nath Chak was its first Dean. The real architect was Prof. R.U. Singh who with great zeal and enthusiasm organised teaching and research in the faculty in a systematic way. He held the office of Dean, Faculty of Law till 1956. He also structured the Law Faculty of Delhi and Banaras Hindu University (BHU). The distinction goes to him that he drafted the Constitution of Nepal. Dr. V.N. Shukla, the well known authority of Constitutional Law was the first LL.M. of the University. His book on Indian Constitution is still an authoritative Volume. Mr. A.T. Markose was the first LL.D. of the faculty. He also held the office of Director, Indian Law Institute and was a member of Administrative Tribunal, International Court of Justice. The Faculty has produced many distinguished personalities including Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, former President of India, Shri Ram Krishna Hegde, former Chief Minister of Karnataka, Mr. Sujeet Singh Barnala, the Governor of Uttrakhand and Mr. N.K.P. Salve. Similarly, Mr. Justice Dr. A.S. Anand, Former Chief Justice of India and Mr. Justice Saghir Ahmad, Mr. Justice Brijesh Kumar of the Supreme Court and many High Court Judges to name a few, have also been law graduates of the Faculty of Law, Lucknow University. There is a large permanent faculty (33 teachers) which tends to provide a very positive student teachers ratio and thus offers to provide enhance interpersonal interactions. Law faculty, Lucknow University apart from the the LL.B. (Three course course) LL.B. (Hons.) five years course also offers LL.M., and Doctoral Degrees (Ph.D in Law) and post-doctoral (LL.D.) in law. Faculty of Law has been organising ‘Dr. V.N. Shukla Memorial Lecture’ on one of the contemporary topics during March every year for the first four consecutive years. Legal lumanaries like Prof. Mool Chand Sharma, Prof. R.K. Mishra, Ex. Vice-Chancellor, DDL Gorakhpur University, Dr. Brijesh Kishore Sharma, Ex. Chairman, Copyright Board, New Delhi, Prof. M.P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, NUJS, Kolkata and recently on 9th April 2011, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Markandey Katju, former Judge, Supreme Court of India, Mr. Justice Dr. A.S. Anand Ex- Chief Justice of India have so far delivered enlightening thought provoking lectures in the series. Faculty of Law also organizes a Refresher Course in Law in 2012 with the help of academic staff college, University of Lucknow. The students of Law faculty participated in various National and International Moot Court Competition of repute and have won accolades. Students participated in Lui-Brown John Marshell Moot Court Competition, Chicago USA, 2009. The students won best memorial and spirit of Surana Award at Surana & Surana Moot Court Competition held at NLU, Assam in 2012. The students also won accolades in Luthra Moot Court Competition. The graduating students have been successfully placed in leading law firms, multinational corporations & judicial services. Some students are also pursuing master programme in prestigious institutions like Yale, Cambrige, University College of London etc.
ABOUT THE SEMINAR:
The Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow is a premier institution in India. The faculty is in pursuit of academic excellence purposes to organize a National Seminar on “GOODS AND SERVICES TAX IN INDIA” in Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow on 7th November 2017. India is a federal state by the Constitution and therefore it was having different taxation system throughout its territory including sales tax, VAT etc and even the taxation rate varied between states. It was very difficult for the businessman and big corporate houses to carry on business in the existing taxation system. Developed and even developing countries of the world are having single taxation system throughout the territory. Need arose in India for having single taxation system to invite new investors and big corporate houses. GST was a step by government in this way. Economists believe that GDP of India will rose upto 1 percent after the enforcement of GST. We hope that the outcome of seminar will help the people in understanding the impacts of GST and the benefits of GST that were intended by the legislature while framing the law.
MAJOR THEMES OF THE SEMINAR:
- Goods and Services tax & Indian Economy
- Goods and Services tax & Federalism
- Goods and Services tax & Economic Justice
- Goods and Services tax & Constitution
- Goods and Services tax & International Law
- Goods and Services tax & Medical Treatment
- Any other relevant issue related to Goods and Services tax
The Registration fee for the seminar is Rs 500 INR for students and Rs 700 INR for research scholars, academicians and others. No TA/DA and accomodation shall be provided. Registration fees shall be deposited on spot or can be deposited through NEFT or RTGS.
IFSC Code UCBA0002026, Mohammad Ahmad A/C 20260100001727
The venue of the seminar shall be New Campus, Faculty of Law University of Lucknow which shall be easily accessible from airport and Charbagh Railway Station Lucknow.
Prof. Surendra Pratap Singh
Vice-Chancellor, Lucknow University
Prof. Rakesh Kumar Singh
Head & Dean, Faculty of Law,
Dr. Mohd Ahmad Organising Secretary
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]