CfP: Army Institute of Law’s Virtual Seminar on Entrepreneurship and Technology: Submit by Nov 1

About the College

The Army Institute of Law (AIL) was established in July 1999 by the Indian Army under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). This institution is located in Mohali and is affiliated to the Punjabi University, Patiala.

About the Seminar

Army Institute of Law is organising a national virtual seminar on the topic “Entrepreneurship and Technology: Future Trends”. There are a variety of sub-themes under the same which can be utilised for writing the papers.

Eligibility Criteria

Research papers are invited from the academicians, researchers, industry leaders, practitioners and students on the seminar theme. Only single authored quality papers shall be allowed for presentation. The research papers should concretely focus on the core concept, issues and suggestions. The authors are advised to limit the PPT presentation to 5 slides at the maximum. The authors shall be issued an E-Certificate for presentation.

Theme

Entrepreneurship and Technology: Future Trends

Sub-Themes

  • Entrepreneurship and Capital
  • Efficient and transparent domestic financial and capital market regulation system.
  • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms, foreign investors’ immigration and residency, foreign-funded home-grown entities, global lending, contract manufacturing etc.
  • MSME sector
  • Entrepreneurship and Human Resource
  • Skill development, mobility of labour and outsourcing.
  • A fair wage, statutory and universal minimum wage and viable social security system for labour in the unorganised sector.
  • Gig work, legal protection to labour engaged in gig economies such as on-demand work or crowd work, technological unemployment.
  • Flexibility in labour legislation and inclusive growth.
  • Entrepreneurship and Infrastructure
  • ‘Make in India’ Policy- constituents, required infrastructure and implications.
  • Industrial and urban infrastructure development, industrial corridors and smart cities.
  • Land acquisition, land development and planning, start-up initiatives and innovation.
  • Intellectual property rights, contract research issues and technology transfer agreements.
  • ‘Ease of Doing Business’- Corporate law transformation, tax reforms, agricultural supply chain reforms, de-licensing and de-regulation and single-window information and clearance systems.
  • Obligations under free trade agreements and environment protection.
  • Sustainable entrepreneurship vis-a-vis COVID-19.
  • Entrepreneurship and Technology-Utility, Sustainability and Regulation.
  • Internet and digitalisation, robotics and artificial intelligence, algorithmic management, big data, 3D printing, 5G services, virtual presence, people analytics etc.
  • Environmental sustainability and climate change technologies.
  • Dual-use technologies such as unmanned aerial vehicles, atomic energy, remote sensing and nanotechnology.
  • Identity theft, unlawful data mining, blockchains, morphing, cybersquatting.
  • Data management vis-a-vis right to privacy and consumer rights, abuse of dominance and anti-competitive agreements by high tech giant corporations.
  • Liability of developers of new technology.
  • Use of technology in the legal system- smart contracts, legal research and advocacy, evidence and decision making.
  • E-Commerce and E-Governance

Any other topic may also be considered provided it relates to the nucleus of the seminar theme.

Location

The seminar would be conducted on an online platform virtually.

Registration Procedure

  • An abstract of 250-300 words accompanied by details of the author containing his/her email ID, contact number and postal address should be sent.
  • The paper should be single-authored.
  • The full paper should be between 2000-2500 words.
  • Mentioning the sub-theme is mandatory.
  • It must be typed in Times New Roman font size 12 on A4 size paper with 1.5 margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word. 20th BlueBook citation pattern must be strictly adhered to while submitting the abstracts and full paper.
  • All the abstracts and full papers shall be sent to the ailnationalseminar2020[at]gmail.com.

Fee Details

Rs. 500 for each participant.

The registration fee must be sent via NEFT Payment which can be accessed by the link which shall be available on the Institute’s website.

Important Dates

  • Last date of submission of abstract: November 1st, 2020.
  • Date of intimation of acceptance of abstract on or before: November 5th, 2020.
  • Last Date for submission of full paper along with registration form and fee: November 15th, 2020.

Contact Details

Chief Convenor: Dr. Tejinder Kaur: Principal, Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Seminar Convenor: Dr. Bhupinder Kaur: Assistant Professor of Law, Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Phone Number: 9646452826

Email ID: dr.bhupinderkaur19[at]gmail.com

Student Convenor

Mr. Aaryan: 9915070765

Mr. Prabhav Pandey: 6264788202

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