Conference on Contemporary Issues of Consumer Laws: Future Perspective and Challenges

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Manipal University Jaipur is going to organize an Online Conference and paper presentation on Contemporary Issues of Consumer Laws: Future Perspective and Challenges

Date: 8th & 9th August, 2020

Sub-Themes:

  • Mediation and Consumer Protection
  • Consumer Education and Consumer Movement: The Role of Civil Groups
  • E- Consumerism: Problems and Perspectives
  • International Consumer Protection Framework & Policy
  • Jurisprudential and conceptual dimensions of consumerism
  • Consumerism in International integration of E-commerce
  • Misleading advertisements and Law
  • Consumer’s rights in the Digital Era
  • New Age Contemporary Issues & Challenges
  • Any other correlated topic

Submission Guidelines:

  • The participants should submit an abstract along with the Paper
  • The abstracts and the manuscripts must not mention the author’s name or his/her affiliation. A separate cover page must be attached which must contain the details of the author including the author’s name, affiliation, and contact details, E-mail Address, Postal Address, and Contact Number
  • The Subject of the Mail should be “Submission for-Theme-Subtheme-name of the author”. The submission should be in word doc and pdf will not be accepted
  • All manuscripts must be submitted to the email [email protected]
  • Plagiarism will result in rejection of the paper
  • Word limit is 2000 – 6000 words
  • Recommended Papers will be sent for Publication
  • PPTs should also be made for the online presentation of the paper
  • Citation: 20th Bluebook edition
  • Font type: Times New Roman
  • Font size: 12pt
  • Line spacing: 1.5
  • Footnote size: 10pt

Registration Fees:

  • INR 150/- for Students
  • INR 250/- for Academicians and Practitioners

Registration Form:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfxvAH20r3Kz1pwgLzZsW7UWd6roMuRF-BjJi8BX3eT3CxUkg/viewform

Deadline
The last date for submissions is 30th July, 2020.

Contact:
Ms. Swapnil Sharma
Student Coordinator
Phone: +91-7412960320

Ms. Richa Jhanwar
Student Coordinator
Phone: +91-9521896737

Ms. Sunita Khatana
Faculty-in-Charge
Phone: +91-9799583541

Email: [email protected]
Website: https://jaipur.manipal.edu/


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