Achievements (Co-Curricular) - Page 5

Electoral Reforms in India – Issues and Challenges: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges- Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Mr. Chiranjeeb Prateek Mohanty and Mr. Sreyansh Khemka, First Year learner, titled ‘Electoral Reforms in India – Issues and Challenges’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Electoral Reforms in India – Issues and Challenges: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges - Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Mr. Rahul Bansal and Mr. Drishti Karadm Third Year learner, titled ‘Electoral Reforms in India – Issues and Challenges’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Paid News: An Area In Need Of Urgent Electoral Reform: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research Paper by Mr. Sonakshi Singh Third Year Learner, titled ‘Paid News: An Area In Need of Urgent Electoral Reform’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Perverse effect of Electoral Reform in India: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research Paper by Mr. Ayush Gautam and Ms. Aditi Singh Kushwah Third year learner, titled ‘Perverse effect of Electoral Reform in India’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Electoral Reforms –Right to Reject, Mandatory Voting: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Anjali Dixit and Ms. Tanushree Pandey, Third Year Learner, titled ‘Electoral Reforms –Right to Reject, Mandatory Voting’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

The Need of Electoral Reforms in India: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Mr. Aparna Gupta and Mr. Shubhankar Kumar Second Year Learner, titled ‘The need for Electoral Reforms in India’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Mr. Apurva Bharadwaj and Ms. Vrinda Agarwal Second year Learner, titled ‘Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Financing of Elections in India: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Ishita Shah Third Year Learner, titled ‘Financing of Elections in India’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Electoral System in India; A study of its efficacy: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Prachi Nirwan and Mr. Aditya Rajesh Second Year learner, titled ‘Electoral System in India; A study of its efficacy’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Electoral Reforms: De-criminalization of Politics: National Seminar Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges -Amity Law School Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Rishikaa Second Year Learner, titled ‘Electoral Reforms: De-criminalization of Politics’ has been selected for presentation at National Seminar on Electoral Reforms in India: Prospects and Challenges, organized by Amity Law School Delhi on January 23, 2015.

Copyright Issues in the modern Technical World: Library and Information Summit 2015 National Law University, Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Anubhuti Seth and Mr. Sahill Jaggi, Third Year Learner, titled ‘Copyright Issues in the modern Technical World’ has been selected for Library and Information Summit, organized by National Law University Delhi on January 23, 2015

Internet Challenges and IPR: Library and Information Summit 2015 National Law University, Delhi
January 23, 2015

Research paper by Ms. Amrita Bhattacharya and Ms. Banashree hazarika, Third Year Learner, titled ‘Internet Challenges and IPR’ been selected for Library and Information Summit, organized by National Law University Delhi on January 23, 2015

Appointment of Governors: Implication of Federalism: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Prachi Nirwan , Second Year Learner, titled ‘Appointment of Governors: Implication of Federalism’ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

Constitutionality of Intelligence and Investigative Agencies: A Critical Analysis: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Garvita Mehrotra, Third Year Learner, titled ‘Constitutionality of Intelligence and Investigative Agencies: A Critical Analysis’ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

CBI, India- Constitutional Status: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Shivanshi Gupta and Ms. Arushi Sharma, Second Year Learner, titled ‘CBI, India- Constitutional Status’ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

Appointment of Governors and its Implication on the Federal Structure: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Shalini Panigarahi, Third Year Learner, titled ‘Appointment of Governors and its Implication on the Federal Structure’ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

National Investigation agency Act, 2008: contradiction with Constitution of India and Human Rights Regulation: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Mr. Karan Agarwal, Third Year Learner, titled ‘National Investigation agency Act, 2008: contradiction with Constitution of India and Human Rights Regulation’ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

Intelligence Agencies in India: A Hawk- eye View: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Mr. Aditya Rajesh and Mr. Srinjoy Sen Gupta, First Year and Third Year Learner, titled ‘Intelligence Agencies In India: A Hawk- eye View ‘ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

Appointment of Governors: Implication of Federalism: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Prerna Pandey and Ms. Somali Acharya, Second Year and Third Year Learner, titled ‘Appointment of Governors: Implication of Federalism‘ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

The Governor: Constitution V/S Political rule : National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Ms. Shivangi Agarwal, Fourth Year Learner, titled ‘ The Governor: Constitution V/S Political rule‘ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.

The Governor: Constitution V/S Political rule: National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes - School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore
January 13-14, 2015

Research Paper by Mr. Prasham Goel and Ms. Shakshi Chandra, Second Year Learner, titled ‘ The Governor: Constitution V/S Political rule‘ has been selected for the presentation at National Conference on Constitutional Appointments: Vignettes and Vicissitudes organized by School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore on January 13-14, 2015.