Publications

Books

Book: Dr. C J Rawandale (Editor), ‘New Company Law – An Insight’, Corporate Law Advisor: 2013 (ISBN: 9788192180427)

The book entitled ‘New Company Law – An Insight’ is a compendium of articles analyses provisions of the Companies Bill, 2012 which has been passed by Lok Sabha and is edited by Dr. C J Rawandale, Director, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. The compendium presents spectrum of views and opinions of Professionals and Academicians. The compendium starts with the comprehensive study of important and critical provisions proposed in the Bill followed by well written articles on disclosure based company legislation and illuminating examination of the provisions relating to the following topics: Subsidiary Company; Fiduciary Duties of Directors; Class Action; One Person Company; Investor Protection vis a vis Corporate Governance; Insider Trading; Independent Directors; Serious Fraud Investigation Office; Protection of Minority/Small Shareholders; Appointment of Auditors and their Rotation; Corporate Social Responsibility; Cross Border Mergers.

Book: Dr Girjesh Shukla, ‘Criminology: Crime Causation, Sentencing and Rehabilitation of Victim’, Lexis Nexis: 2013 (ISBN: 9789351430001)

The book entitled as ‘Crime Causation, Sentencing and Rehabilitation of Victim’ is authored by Dr. Girjesh Shukla, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. It is intended to fill the gap perceived by students in this subject. This book explores and restates the existing ideas and theories in the discipline of criminology. It scrutinizes various established theories and principles relating to criminology, and attempts to link them with the Indian legal system. With critical case analysis, this work attempts to construct and de-construct the existing principles of criminology with present day trends in India. Special attention has been paid to issues like to police reforms, sentencing, compensation and justice for victims, and their rehabilitation.

Book: Dr. Madhuker Sharma, ‘A Handbook on Right to Information Act, 2005 (Judicial Perspective on Right to Information’, Gogia Law Agency: 2013 (ISBN: 9788189804558)

The book entitled as ‘A Handbook on Right to Information Act, 2005 (Judicial Perspective on Right to Information’ is authored by Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. It is about the ‘scope and nature’ of meaning of ‘right to information’ within the statute. But, it goes beyond the scope of statute, when it traces history of freedom to information starting from eighteenth century; how it took shape of a right; how the Indian Judiciary contributed in development of nature of right to information as one of fundamental right. Interpretation of relevant statutory provision is discussed with the help of illustration. It further discusses how the Central Information Commission, with its decisions, has contributed in success story of the Act.

Book: Dr. Girjesh Shukla & Dr. Madhuker Sharma, ‘A Handbook on Code of Criminal Procedure’, Gogia Law Agency: 2013 (ISBN: 9788189804565)

The book entitled ‘A Handbook on Code of Criminal Procedure’ is authored by Dr. Girjesh Shukla & Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professors, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. It is intended to provide wide horizon of understanding to students about criminal procedure, especially with thorough reading and appreciation of judicial opinions on various issues. This book covers limited areas of criminal procedure and deals with details scrutiny of judicial opinions over those issues. A critical look of judicial opinions would surely provide learners distinct way of thinking on procedural issues.

Code of Criminal Procedure is subject to speedy changes not only by way of legislative instruments but also judicial guidelines. Authors have attempted to maintain this trend and tried to provide detail outlook on these changing trends.

Book: Mr. Kush Kalra & Ms. Ayushi Gaur, ‘Law 4 Layman’, Vij Books India Pvt. Ltd.: 2013 (ISBN: 9789382652328)

The book entitled ‘Law 4 Layman’ is coauthored by Ms. Ayushi Gaur, Fourth Year Learner, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. In general a Layman/Common Man has a thinking that it will be his bad luck if ever he has to visit police station or Court, but sometimes for the sake of Peace, Law & Order or for completion of some matters he has to visit these places. Also sometimes the Layman is involved in violation of Traffic Rules or his name is falsely put in a case. Even this is also true that not every person has knowledge about Law; this is the reason why sometimes his name is falsely put in a case. In these circumstances, person develops thinking that every door is closed for him. The book ‘Law 4 Layman’ will be of immense help to make people aware about their rights. This book will be helpful for Layman in his day to day life.

Book: Dr. Madhuker Sharma, ‘Perspectives on Rights of Girl Child in India’, Radha Publications: 2014 (ISBN: 9788174878717)

The book entitled ‘Perspectives on Rights of Girl Child in India’ is authored by Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. This book talks about various perspectives like, societal, judicial, legislative, executive policy and international on the subject matter of rights of a girl child in India. This book is an extended work of the author that he had carried while pursuing his doctoral research. We can say that the doctoral research work of the author is made the base work for the purpose of writing of this book, and a further extensive extended field work was carried by the author in order to expand the scope of the subject matter of this book. It traces the history of development of status of women since ancient ages to our contemporary times. It further discusses the societal response, the legislative response, and the judicial response on the subject matter of this book. Role of Non Government Organizations and the Government Organisation is also discussed in between while looking into various other aspects of the subject matter of this book.

Book: Dr. Girjesh Shukla, ‘Exploring Hate Crimes in India, Religious, Caste & Ethnic Violence: A Socio-Economic and Legal Perspective’, Radha Publications: 2014 (ISBN: 817487870X)

The book entitled as ‘Exploring Hate Crimes in India, Religious, Caste & Ethnic Violence: A Socio-Economic and Legal Perspective’ is authored by Dr. Girjesh Shukla, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. It is intended to explore socio-legal perspective of hate crimes. The book is based on empirical survey conducted while doing doctrinal research by the author. The book scrutinizes various theories, principles and ideas relating to hate crimes, as often named in United States and other European countries. Book is also an attempt to link it with constitutional and other form of legal response against growing religious, caste and ethnic violence. With critical case analysis on issues like hate crime, communal, caste and ethnic violence, and hate speech, the book is intended to bridge the gap between existing principles and actual practices.

Contribution of Interest and No-interest income towards Income Stability- Excel Books

Dr. Pushpa Negi (2011) Contribution of Interest and No-interest income towards Income Stability” is published in the book “A Systematic Guide to Write a Research Paper”, Edited by Dr. S.S Bhakar, & Dr. Seema Mehta, pp.153-161 Published By Excel Book (ISBN: 978-81-7446-932-8).

Purchase Intention for Mobile Phone: An Investigation of Occupational Status- Crescent Publishers

Dr. Pushpa Negi (2011) “Purchase Intention for Mobile Phone: An Investigation of Occupational Status” is published in the book “Post Recessionary Economy: Movers & Moulders of Changing World”, Edited by Dr. S.S Bhakar, & Garima Mathur, Vol. 1, pp. 263-271, Published by Crescent Publishers (ISBN: 978-81-910494-0-4).

Corporate Social Responsibility in Higher Education: A Review- Indus Valley Publication

Prof. Sukhvinder Singh, Prof. Shikha Priyadarshini & Dr Pushpa Negi (2011) “Corporate Social Responsibility in Higher Education: A Review” is published in the book “Emerging Trends in Commerce and Management” Edited by Dr. Praveen Shahu, pp. 168-174, published by Indus Valley Publications (ISBN: 978-81-8182-508-7).

White Paper, Research Project, Souvenir

An Empirical Study on Working Conditions at Old-Age Homes in Delhi - N.C.R.' – March 18, 2017

We, at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, initiated a ‘Research Project (Empirical Study)’, titled as ‘A Study on Working Conditions at Old-Age Homes in Delhi - N.C.R.’ in January, 2016 with the objective to look into the institutional support provided to inmates at 'Old Age-Homes' established by State Authorities in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

The team, which conducted this study included Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Project Coordinator and Deputy Director, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA and Mr. Aditya Rajesh, Ms. Shikha Goel, Third Year Learners and Mr. Raghav Khandelwal, Second Year Learner, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.

The project aimed at comprehensive and holistic study on ‘ground realities’ that exist at Old-Age Homes so that real impact of the laws obligating upon the States to take care of needs of old-age persons may be determined. Field visits were made to all the Old-Age Homes, established by the State Governments in Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan. Further visits were made to State - Recognized Old- Age Homes in Delhi & Haryana. Interview Schedules and Templates were used to collect the required information. The ‘Final Report’ shows the level & penetration of institutional support provided to an inmate at Old-Age Homes and accordingly, suggestions have been made for compliance of the relevant laws.

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Chander Shekhar, Judge, High Court of Delhi released the Research Project Report on March 18, 2017.

An Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Protection Laws: Final Report – October 08, 2016

‘Research Project (Empirical Study)’, titled as ‘An Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Protection Laws’ was initiated in September, 2014 with the objective to look into the judicial approach, along-with approach of prosecution agencies, towards wild-life crimes was released by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Shiva Kirti Singh, Judge, Supreme Court of India on October 08, 2016.

The research team comprises of Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor & Project Coordinator and Ms. Akshiptika Verma, Ms. Apurva Bhardwaj, Mr. Deepankar Mishra, Ms. Dipshi Swara, Mr. Shrayansh Niranjan, Ms. Sumbul Khare, & Mr. Yashaswee Sarkhel, Learners of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA as ‘Research Associates’.

The research report included analysis and interpretation of data and information collected on wildlife offences, cases filed before District Courts as well as Forest Divisions all over the India, for the period 1990-2010. The research team had travelled more than 30,000km across India to get the data and information. It also collected data and information through applications filed, under the Right to Information Act, 2005 before almost five hundred District Courts. It succeeded in collecting such information from around 300 District Courts & Forest Divisions. It further collected similar data from Wild-life Control Bureau, and the O/o Chief Wildlife Warden of various States.

Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Protection Laws in India – Interim Report - September 2014 – August 22, 2015

SLS-NOIDA supports the established legal and institutional framework that promotes conservation and protection of wildlife. In September 2014, SLS-NOIDA in association with Wildlife Law Research & Resource Center (WLRCC), started working upon the subject-mentioned Research Project on ‘Empirical Study of Implementation of Wildlife Laws in India’.

The research team comprises of Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor & Project Coordinator and Research Associates including Ms. Akshiptika Verma, Ms. Ambika, Ms. Apurva Bhardwaj, Mr. Deepankar Mishra, Ms. Dipshi Swara, Mr. Rajat Gautam, Mr. Shrayansh Niranjan, Ms. Sumbul Khare, & Mr. Yashaswee Sarkhel, Learners of Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.

In stage – I of the ‘project’, we have collected data on offences registered/filed under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 before District Courts all over India. Data collected pertains to around two hundred District Courts during the period 1990-2010. Further, we have gathered information of similar nature from more than one hundred Forest Divisions, from the O/o Chief Conservator of Forests of various states, and from Wildlife Crime Control Bureau.  We have collected information on ‘appeals’ that were filed before various High Courts in India. 

On August 22, 2015, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sachdeva, Judge, High Court of Delhi released the ‘Interim Report’ of ‘Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Laws in India’, by SLS-NOIDA in association with Wildlife Law Research & Resource Center (WLRCC).

On this auspicious occasion, SLS-NOIDA had organised a Panel Discussion on ‘Issues of Wildlife Protection and Related Laws’. The panelist include Mr. Kamal Datta (I.F.S.), Joint Director, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau; Dr. R. Gopinath (I.F.S.), Deputy Conservator of Forests, West Region, Delhi; Dr. Sandip Sharma, Wildlife Photographer, Mr. Vyom Raghuvanshi, Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor and Project Coordinator. [To know more about the event, resource persons, schedule, pl. visit http://symlaw.edu.in/events]

Research Project Report & Impact Assessment Summary (Post Release of Report in April 2013) on ‘A Study on Efficacy of Enhance/Increased Age Prescription for Male Child Under Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000’

This documents includes compilation of following three documents –

1. Research Project (Empirical) Report - “A Study on Efficacy of Enhanced/Increased Age Prescription for Male Child under Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000” (April 2012-February 2013). The relevant data was collected after interview of officials of ‘Juvenile Justice Board, Delhi’, officials of ‘Juvenile Homes, Delhi’, ‘Juvenile Welfare Officers of Delhi Police’, and ‘juveniles’ currently in Juvenile Homes.

2. Report on the Release of the Research Project and Panel Discussion on the Research Project by Hon’ble Justice Dr. Arijit Pasayat, (Retd.) Judge, Supreme Court of India; Dr. B B Pande, Professor of Law, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi (India) (Retd.), and Professor, Human Rights Chair-the National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi (Retd.), Adv. R R Kishore, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and others.

3. Impact Assessment of the Project

Souvenir – International Conference on International Commercial Arbitration in Asia – November 15, 2014

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA was invited and honoured to be the ‘Exclusive Academic Partner’ in organisation of the ‘International Commercial Arbitration in Asia’ organised by Asia Pacific Jurist Association (APJA) in association with Indian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA) on November 15, 2014 at The Claridges, Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi from 09:00am – 05:30pm.

On this auspicious occasion, Souvenir on International Conference on International Commercial Arbitration in Asia, was published and presented in association with Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA at the hands of Hon’ble Mr. Justice A K Sikri, Judge, Supreme Court of India in the august presence of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Vijender Jain, Chairperson, Human Rights Commission of Haryana and Uttarakhand, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Anil Kumar, Chairperson, Appellate Tribunal for Prevention of Money Laundering, Chairperson, Appellate Tribunal for Forfeited Properties.

Other remarkable associations of the International Conference include: A. K.Singh & Co.| Advocates, Solicitors & Consultants as ‘Knowledge Partner’, ‘Witness – India’s First Magazine on Legal and Corporate Affairs as ‘ Exclusive Magazine Partner’.

Supporting partners of the International Conference include: Law Society of England and Wales; Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC); International Court of Arbitration (ICC); Singapore Corporate Counsel Association (SCCA); Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC); London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) India; Indian International and Domestic Arbitration Centre (IIDAC) and Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA).

Empirical Study on Efficacy of Enhanced/Increased Age Prescription for Male Child under Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000 - April 2012-February 2013

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, Constituent of Symbiosis International University, strives towards supplementing reforms in the field of law; to groom students to become the unified face of our legal fraternity, to produce knowledge disseminators and to produce individuals who are the torchbearers of the legal system of the country. Our effort is aimed at producing an intellect that believes in reforming rather than punishing and has the potential of hoisting the flag of truth and justice in an unfailing manner.

As a part of this strive, learners including Dr. Madhuker Sharma, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, Ms. Manpreet Kaur, Mr. Harshit Manaktala and Mr. Aditya Bakshi, Second Year Learners worked on a Research Project (Empirical) with an academic stint titled - “A Study on Efficacy of Enhanced/Increased Age Prescription for Male Child under Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000” during April 2012-February 2013. The relevant data was collected after interview of officials of ‘Juvenile Justice Board, Delhi’, officials of ‘Juvenile Homes, Delhi’, ‘Juvenile Welfare Officers of Delhi Police’, and ‘juveniles’ currently in Juvenile Homes.

The Final Report with all its findings and suggestions was released at the hands of Hon’ble Justice Dr. Arijit Pasayat, (Retd.) Judge, Supreme Court of India and Chairman, Competition Appellate Tribunal. It was also discussed (Panel Discussion) in the august presence of legal luminaries like Hon’ble Justice Dr. Arijit Pasayat, (Retd.) Judge, Supreme Court of India; Dr. B B Pande, Professor of Law, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi (India) (Retd.), and Professor, Human Rights Chair-the National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi (Retd.), Adv. R R Kishore, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and others. (To know more about the panel discussion, please visit http://symlaw.edu.in/events and to read the report on Panel Discussion, please visit http://symlaw.edu.in/media-channel)  

Conference Proceedings: Souvenir – First National Conference on Emerging Issues of Corporate Social Responsibility – November 26-27, 2011

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, constituent of Symbiosis International University, Pune organized the First National Conference on Emerging Issues of Corporate Responsibility. The overwhelming response is indicative of the popularity of this conference and shows interest of people towards the important of Corporate Social Responsibility. Conference Souvenir publishes the abstract of all papers received from all participants. (To know more about the conference, please visit http://symlaw.edu.in/national-conferences/first-national-conference

White Paper on 'Creating Virtual Wealth: Importance of Intellectual Property in Animation and Gaming Industry' Conference
Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA and SCRIBOARD Initiative for ASSOCHAM - February 18-20, 2011

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA is the only Law School in India, chosen by the INFOCOM, India's leading IT Conference and Exhibition from the house of ABP Group and ASSOCHAM, India's Premier Apex Chamber of Commerce to draft a report on 'Creating Virtual Wealth: Importance of Intellectual Property in the Animation and Gaming Industry’ which was published and presented in INFOCOM - ASSOCHAM organized Media and Entertainment Conference-first edition of the EME Awards, being held on 19th February, 2011 at the IT C Sonar in Calcutta. The drafting team involved Dr. C J Rawandale, Director, SLS-NOIDA Mr. Rodney Ryder, Managing Partner, Scriboard, Prof. Sukhvinder Singh, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA and Mr. Ayan Das, Ms. Arveena Sharma, Ms. Nikita Arora and Mr. Shivshankar Swaminathan, Learners at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.

Research Paper – Journals

ICT Method V/S Traditional Method: A Study of Law Students- Prestige International Journal of Management & IT - Sanchayan, Vol. 2(2), 2013, pp. 39-48. ISSN: 2277-1689 (Print), 2278 – 8441 (Online)

Research paper by Dr. Pushpa Negi, Dr. C. J. Rawandale, Dr. Sukhvinder Singh and Ms. Shikha Priyadarshini titled ‘ICT Method V/S Traditional Method: A Study of Law Students’ has been published in Prestige International Journal of Management & IT - Sanchayan which is a double blind peer reviewed research journal. This paper aimed to find out the perception of the Law Undergraduate students regarding the ICT method of Teaching and also attempts to find out gender wise perception of ICT teaching method.

Global Commons: Whose Responsibility Is It? - OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 6, No. 11, pp. 19-26, 2013

A research paper by Ms. Priyamvada Mishra titled ‘Global Commons: Whose Responsibility Is It?’ has been published in OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development.

When Virtual World meets the Real World: Cyber-crime induced drug trafficking - IMPACT : International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature ( IMPACT : IJRHAL ), ISSN(E): 2321-8878; ISSN(P): 2347-4564, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Feb 2014, 115-126

A research paper by Ms. Megha Chauhan titled ‘When Virtual World meets the Real World: Cyber-crime induced drug trafficking’ has been published in International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature ( IMPACT : IJRHAL ). The study attempts to get insights into Cyber induced Drug Trafficking case with the help of a real live example.

Arbitration Agreement the Myopic Check Nut to Commercial Arbitrations in India - Consentia on International Law and Constitutional Law

A research paper by Mr. Vikram Singh titled ‘Arbitration Agreement the Myopic Check Nut to Commercial Arbitrations in India’ has been published in Consentia on International Law and Constitutional Law. The research aims to depict the existing arbitration laws in India. It aims to project the lacunas present in the existing laws.

Measuring Salesforce Productivity- A study of the Retail Sales Employees - AIMA Journal for Management and Research (AJMR), ISSN:0974-497, Year:May 2014, Volume:8, Issue:2/4

A research paper by Ms. Sweta Saurabh titled ‘Measuring Salesforce Productivity- A study of the Retail Sales Employees’ has been published in AIMA Journal for Management and Research (AJMR). The paper studies the various factors of productivity of employees working in retail store and examines the inclusion of relevant factors to measure the employee productivity.

The Random Character Of Stock Market Prices : A Study of Indian Stock Exchange - Integral Review- A Journal of Management, ISSN : 2278-6120, Vol. 6 No. 1, June 2013, pp 24 – 33

A research paper by Dr. Pushpa Negi titled ‘The Random Character Of Stock Market Prices : A Study of Indian Stock Exchange ‘ has been published in Integral Review- A Journal of Management. This paper examines the weak form of market efficiency of Indian stock market i.e. National Stock Exchange (NSE) in the recent years from April 1, 1997 to March 31, 2010 with EMH.

Swings at Dalal Street: The Impact of Corporatization of BSE- Al-Barkaat Journal of Finance & Management , Year:2013, Vol. V, Issue:1

A research paper by Dr. Pushpa Negi titled ‘Swings at Dalal Street: The Impact of Corporatization of BSE ‘ has been published in Al-Barkaat Journal of Finance & Management. The study has tried to evaluate and analyze the return and risk of 25 hot stocks involved in the formation of BSE Sensex and check whether there is a difference in the return and risk of stocks 5 months before and 5 months after the corporatization of BSE.

An overview of Environmental Jurisprudence in India- Journal of General Management Research (ISSN 2348-2869), Vol. 1, Issue 2, July 2014

A research paper by Dr. Sukhvinder Singh titled ‘An overview of Environmental Jurisprudence in India’ has been published in Journal of General Management Research. The principal objective of this study is to demonstrate the importance of Environmental Jurisprudence in India.

Cyber Crime and its Protection in India - The Indian Police Journal, Vol. LX No. 1, ISSN 0537 2429, January - March 2013

A research paper by Dr. Sukhvinder Singh titled ‘Cyber Crime and its Protection in India’ has been published in The Indian Police Journal. The study explores the importance of Cyber Law in India and how Cyber Crimes are covered under the IT Act.

On Ensuring Justice and Protection of Children - The IUP Law Review

A research paper by Ms. Baseerat Fatima titled ‘On Ensuring Justice and Protection of Children’ has been published in The IUP Law Review.

From Choupal to Online Choupal - International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 1 (01) august 2013, ISBN 9789383006168

A research paper by Mr. Pushpp Lamba titled ‘From Choupal to Online Choupal' has been published in International Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences.

Auditing Communication Satisfaction among Banking Professionals: An approach to Managing Workplace Communication - International Journal of Marketing and Business Communication, Volume 2 Issue 2, Published: 2013

A research paper by Ms. Sweta Saurabh titled ‘Auditing Communication Satisfaction among Banking Professionals: An approach to Managing Workplace Communication ‘ has been published in International Journal of Marketing and Business Communication. The present research helps to understand and assess the impact of communication credibility on the communication satisfaction.

Impact of Financial Leverage on the Payoffs to Stockholders and Market Value - The IUP Journal of Accounting Research and Audit Practices, Product Code: IJARAP21201

A research paper by Dr. Pushpa Negi titled ‘Impact of Financial Leverage on the Payoffs to Stockholders and Market Value ‘ has been published in The IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practices. This paper examines the effect of financial leverage on the shareholders’ return and market value of 50 Indian companies listed on NSE and BSE—10 each (five high leverage and five low leverage) from auto, cement, FMCG, oil and gas and pharmaceutical industries of India.

Financial market integration and financial crises: the case of big emerging market (BEM) economies - International Journal of Economics and Business Research (IJEBR), Volume (Year): 4 (2012),Issue (Month): 6 (),Pages: 622-638

A research paper by Dr. Pushpa Negi titled ‘Financial market integration and financial crises: the case of big emerging market (BEM) economies ‘ has been published in International Journal of Economics and Business Research (IJEBR). In this research, the examination of the international financial market linkages between 11 big emerging stock markets (China, Brazil, Egypt, India, and Indonesia etc.) has been studied.

A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Mass Tort and Environment Protection - ARPN Journal of Science and Technology, Volume 4, Issue 7, July 2014

A research paper by Dr. Sukhvinder Singh titled ‘A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Mass Tort and Environment Protection ‘ has been published in ARPN Journal of Science and Technology. The research paper highlights the corporate social responsibility that lies with the corporations.

Issues and Challenges faced by Women Entrepreneurs and their Training Needs - International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Academic Research (SSIJMR), Vol. 1, No. 2, July-August (ISSN 2278 – 5973)

A research paper by Ms. Sweta Saurabh titled ‘Issues and Challenges faced by Women Entrepreneurs and their Training Needs’ has been published in International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Academic Research (SSIJMR). An attempt was made in this study to examine the quality of management by women in socio-cultural milieu and to project the management training needs of women entrepreneurs.

A Study of Transitional Development in Delay in Delivery of Justice, Which Results Into Declining Faith in Judiciary: Reasons and Future - Yonsei Journal of International Studies, Volume 6 Issue 1 pp 161- 177 (ISSN 2005-9809) - Published by Yonsei Univeristy, Press a publishing wing of Yonsei University, South Korea, established in year 1885

esearch Paper by Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Fourth Year Learner and Prof. Vikram Singh, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA titled “A Study of Transitional Development in Delay in Delivery of Justice Which Results into Declining Faith in Judiciary: Reasons and Future” has been published in Yonsei Journal of International Studies, Volume 6 Issue 1 pp. 161- 177 (ISSN 2005-9809) by Yonsei University, Press a publishing wing of Yonsei University, South Korea, established in year 1885.

We are delighted to share that it is one of the top 9 papers selected, which are written by the Academician/ Professor at various International recognized University of the world like University of Liverpool, San Francisco, University of Florida and so on. The Web Link to Journal official Page - http://yonseijournal.com/volume-6-issue-1-springsummer-2014/

V C Mathews, ‘The Art of Networking’, India Business Law Journal, June 2014, Volume 8, Issue 1, p. 3

India Business Law Journal is a market-leading monthly magazine that provides in-depth analysis of the legal and regulatory challenges facing domestic and international businesses in India. Our readers are in-house counsel and private practice lawyers around the world. Vantage Asia Publishing Limited, an independent publisher based in Hong Kong, publishes India Business Law Journal.

In its June 2014 Issue, article by Prof. VC Mathews, Faculty (Intellectual Property Law) at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA and Senior Associate at IP Gurus was published namely ‘The Art of Networking’ (Refer P. 3 of IBLJ, June 2014, Vol. 8, Issue 1).

More above several articles of Symbiosis Alumni are also published in this issue. It includes; VC Mathews, Senior Associate IP Gurus Noida, The Art Of Networking, (Refer p. 3); Anand Prasad, Trilegal, ‘Desperate measures’, (Refer p. 22) (As high levels of corporate debt trigger a wave of divestments, Nandini Lakshman explores the challenges of selling assets in troubled times); Jeet Sen Gupta, Deep Roy and Divya Srikanth, Economic Laws Practice, ‘ Evaluating The Success Of Debt Restructuring Options’ (Refer p. 49); Priyank Srivastava, Legal Adviser, ONGC Videsh, ‘Modi’s Landslide - What Now For The Laws Of Business And The Business Of Law?’ (Refer p. 15) (Priyank was amongst Fourteen members of the legal community who discussed what to expect from India’s new government in this Journal); Anuj Prasad, Anu Susan Abraham & Anandita Kaushik, Amarchand Mangaldas, ‘Leveraged Buyouts Of Distressed Indian Companies’, (Refer p. 58); and Karthik Sundaram and Anuradha Mohanty, Economic Laws Practice, 'Royalty May Be Included in Assessable Value of Imports' (Refer p. 60)

Research Paper – Conference/Symposium/Seminar/Workshop

A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Mass Tort and Environment Protection: First International Conference on Environmental Studies and Research (ICESR2012)- Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt-Nigeria, September 3-7, 2012

Sukhvinder Singh Dari “A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Mass Tort and Environment Protection” ARPN Journal of Science and Technology. Volume 2 Special Issue. ICESR 2012. ISSN 22257217.(International Journal)