National Seminar on Gender Sensitive Education

@ NUSRL, Ranchi [Dec 2]: Register by Nov 25


ABOUT THE ORGANISATION

The National Commission for Women was set up as statutory body in January 1992 under the National Commission for Women Act, 1990 (Act No.20 of 1990 of Govt. of India) to review the Constitutional and legal safeguards for women; recommend remedial legislative measures, facilitate redressal of grievances and advise the Government on all policy matters affecting women.

National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL) is a law university located in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India. It was established by a legislative Act, by the state of Jharkhand as the fourteenth National Law University of India.

Centre for Human Rights and Subaltern Studies (CHRSS) was created with an objective to work on protection of human rights. The Centre focuses on various human rights issues.

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL) along with National Commission for Women is organising a National Seminar on Gender Sensitive Education: A necessity to eradicate gender discrimination in India on 2nd December 2019.

This seminar is organised by Centre of Human Rights and Subaltern Studies (CHRSS) and sponsored by the National Commission for Women, New Delhi.

Protection of basic rights of human beings and providing them with their every possible right in any country depicts the responsibility of the government and its interest towards people. Gender sensitization is a basic requirement to understand the sensitive needs of a particular gender.

It helps us to examine our personal attitudes and believes and question the ‘Realities’ that we thought we know…..educational spaces instil thought and make one have a perception that they believe.

The seminar is sponsored by the National Commission for Women, New Delhi. This One Day National Seminar is being organised to create a platform of wide conversation, providing an opportunity to the Students, Academicians & Law Professionals to put forward their research and share their knowledge on wide range of topics relating to Gender sensitization and various issues associated with gender inequality prevailing in India.

Venue: National University of Study and Research in Law, Pithoria Road, Bukru, Kanke, Ranchi, Jharkhand, 834006.

ELIGIBILITY

Academicians, students, legal professionals and researchers are invited to come up with their contributions.

THEME

The theme of the seminar is “Gender Sensitive Education: A necessity to eradicate gender discrimination in India” and includes the following sub-themes:

  • Gender Discrimination at Home, Work Place.
  • Economic Empowerment to Bridge Gender gap.
  • Gender sensitization and Feminism.
  • Sex Ratio and its impact on Demography.
  • Sexual Harassment at Work Place.
  • Unequal Wages to Men and Women in Un-organised sector.
  • Safe Cities and Gender issues.
  • Sex-selective Abortion.
  • Role of educational institution in promoting Gender Equality and Advocacy.

Any other Relevant Sub Theme substantially related to Gender sensitization.

SEMINAR DATE: 2nd December 2019.

Venue: National University of Study and Research in Law, Pithoria Road, Bukru, Kanke, Ranchi, Jharkhand, 834006.

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Last Date for Final Paper Submission: 25th November 2019

Send a Registration Mail containing Particulars of Author and Co-Author to the E-mail ID – chrss@nusrlranchi.ac.in.

For the declaration form, click here.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  1. Papers should be written in English.
  2. Co-authorship is permitted, subject to a limit of a maximum of two authors per submission.
  3. Author Name, University/Organization’s Name, Paper Title, Email Address and Mobile Number to be stated clearly on the Cover Page of the Paper.
  4. Abstract: About 350 words; Final Paper: 5000-7000 words.

CONTACT DETAILS

Student Convener: Kaushik Yashraj

Contact Number: 9572016544

Participant Coordinators:

Pranjal Chaturvedi: Contact Number: 7903532907

Prince Kumar: Contact Number: 6206108375

For the brochure, click here.

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