Competition: 10th Nalsar Justice BR Sawhny Memorial Moot Court Competition, Hyderabad. [Sept 30 to Oct 2]

About

NALSAR extends its invitation of participation on 10th  Nalsar Justice Bodh Raj Sawhny Memorial Moot Court Competition which is to be held on 30th September to 2nd October, 2016, with Constitutional Law being its interest of field.

It also highlights the rules which have changed this year. Thus, the Thirty-two teams which are participating for preliminary oral rounds will be selected on first-come-first serve basis. Hence, the institutions are requested to provisionally register for the Moot Competition keeping in mind the above mentioned rule.

Facilitating the accommodation for the time period of Moot Court Competition is on us with other necessary facilities.

 

Contact Details

For any queries and questions you can contact through e-mail at mcc.nalsar@gmail.com

Or can contact

Lavish Paliwal, Convenor, Moot Court Committee

Contact No. +91 9502321283

Lakshmi Dwivedi, Moot Court Committee.

Contact No. +91 9948827746

Legal Jobs: Vacancy at IIFT, Delhi, 1 Year Contractual, Salary upto Rs. 30,000. Apply By Sept 2

About

IIFT is an educational institute which deals with training and research in the area of International Business which was established by Department of Commerce, Government of India. It came into existence in November 2002 with the name of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. It offers professional training with proper research and training programs.

Appointment as per Prescribed

It works purely on a contractual basis which is for a period of 1 year.

Vacancy

The center appoints Researchers for its research work which is legal or at the level of Research Fellow which is purely on a legally contractual basis for a period of one year.

Qualifications

  • Requires a Degree in Law ( LLB)
  • The selected candidate should have teaching or research experience which is related to all legal aspects of international trade.
  • The candidate should have perfect knowledge of computer applications which include M.S. word, M.S. Access, M.S. Outlook, M.S. Excel, Power point.
  • The selected candidate should have perfect knowledge of English and should speak fluent English.

Tenure

The appointed candidate will work on contractual basis for a period of one year, which can extend if the candidate shows good performance.

Remunerations

The Researchers will get fixed monthly salary depending on the qualification and experience:

  • Research Associate (Legal): Rs. 25,000/- per month
  • Research Fellow (Legal): Rs.30, 000/- per month

Joining Date

The selected candidate will join immediately after the selection process gets over.

Application Procedure

The candidates who are selected, qualified or experienced should apply or send their C.Vs by e-mail to Shri A.K. Lahiri, Administrative Officer Centre for WTO studies, IIFT, New Delhi.

The selected candidate can email at aklahiri@iift.edu

Last date

2nd September, 2016.

Written Test

The candidates who are selected will have to give

  • Written test
  • Computer skill test

and will have to clear interview before the selection Committee at the Centre for W.T.O studied (7th Floor), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi- 110016 (near Qutab hotel, Opposite Katwraia Sarai)

The candidates who are coming from outside Delhi will have to make their own arrangements for accommodation.

 

 

 

Legal News: Delhi High Court’s order on Passport regulations brings a ray of hope for single mothers

 

The Delhi high court ordered that applicant should not be forced to mention the father’s name of the child in the travel document which has given a ray of hope to single mothers . Delhi high court said that they are already facing problems in getting passports of their children. Meneka Gandhi who is the Minister for women and child development had urged to Sushma Swaraj , the external affairs minister to amend the passport regulations which makes the mentioning of the father’s name mandatory.

This decision is welcomed by Single Mother Anindita Saerbadicari who was very thankful to the Delhi high court for its decision and considered it a “big step”. The film maker who opted for IVF, doesn’t know the sperm donor’s identity and she too faced immense difficulty on getting her son’s passport . On this she questioned saying, “How do I get hold of his name for my son’s passport?” , as she doesn’t know the name of the sperm donor so how will she mention the name of her child’s father.

Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva of the Delhi High Court on Monday passed an order after hearing the plea by a man who had requested for the renewal of his passport which was rejected by the regional passport office in Delhi because he has not mentioned his father’s name on the passport form. As, his mother was divorced on account of desertion and neglect and was staying alone from since 2003, he refused  to mention his father’s name.

The Passport authority told the Delhi High Court during arguments that its software is designed in such a way that computer does not accepts the application without filling the father’s name. The Delhi high court directed  to issue the passport to the person within 3 working days. This decision of Delhi high court has turned into a big good news and evidences the fact that India is adapting to the changing times.

Daughter of a software professional, Somdatta Roy was also troubled while getting her passport from the regional passport office in Kolkata because she did not want to mention the name of her. She mentioned, that her parents were divorced and because of which she did not wanted to mention her father’s name. But when she applied online for the passport, it was mandatory to mention the father’s name she said. She also said, she went in person to the Regional Passport office, she was humiliated rather for refusing to make the disclosure of her father in the passport form.

The decision of the Delhi High Court has empowered the women which she describes as a huge step. Now I will too apply for my passport again. If there is any problem, I can refer to the Delhi High Court case, she said with a sign of relief.

Sarbadhicari, however point out that it is important to have  a law that makes it mandatory to issue passport even if the applicant does not mention his/her father’s name. She said, “Unless it is a law, this will remain an individual fight. A law is needed on this in the larger interest of the public. The decision of the Dellhi High court has made this subject a debatable one by passing such an order. Such effort of the Delhi High Court should not go in vague and a law should soon be passed regarding this in the sheer interest of the public.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Legal Jobs: PR Executive required at Hari Global Advisory Services, New Delhi, Apply by September 1st

A Leading Advisory firm in Taxation & Corporate Law, Hari Global Advisory Services has a VACANCY for  a competent PR Executive.

Who Can Apply?

Only Females!!

  • Candidate must be a Law Graduate from a recognized Law College/University
  • Experienced or Fresher
  • Must have good communication skills and basic legal knowledge.

Location of the Job- New Delhi.

SALARY-

As per the standard industrial norm and the merit of the candidate.

Application Deadline-

1st September,2016 is the last date.

Contact Info-

Have any queries or question? Please contact- +91 728900714 or email at arun@hariglobal.com 

 

 

Call For Papers: Revised Brochure for Issue-II of RGNUL, Extension of deadline now uptill 25th August

The theme for Issue – II [2016 Edition] shall focus on “CORPORATE REGULATIONS”. The submissions must aim to examine the existing legal framework and further provide a cogent analysis of the same. Prospective authors must aim to provide to the readers a descriptive analysis of the existing laws relating to corporate regulations and add to the existing scholarship. A brief list of suggested topics has been provided for within the Brochure.

For additional information, please visit: RGNUL Book Series on Corporate Law & Corporate Affairs 

For any further queries, you can contact the Editorial Board at rbs@rgnul.ac.in

Contact: +91 8288911605; +91 9799588447

 

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Competitions: 4th LexHindustan Article Writing Competition (Prizes worth Rs.9000), Submission by August 27

 

LexHindustan believes that future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. It is a legal aid firm which offers cutting-edge blend of capabilities to individuals and organizations. The main aim of LexHindustan is to provide practicable advice to its clients with filled support. Its main approach includes issues from both economic and legal perspective by focusing on problem solving its main aim is to avoid problems with quick and rapid decisions.

The areas under firm’s practice areas include

  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Litigation
  • Social Sector
  • Anti-Corruption & Compliance
  • Sexual Harassment Laws
  • Investment Laws
  • Article writing competition includes young generation of lawyers into the arena so they can improve their writing and research skills.

 

  • Suitable Principles and Rules for the Competition-
  • The competition is open to the students who are undergraduate or postgraduates in any university, college across the globe in legal field or social sciences.
  • The Article should only contain legal issues
  • Original article must be published which are received by mail on info@lexhindustan.com
  • The article should not be plagiarized and if found the article gets disqualified.
  • Only English language is accepted

Heading – font size 16, bold

  • Sub heading Font size 14, bold
  • Main Content-12 font size
  • Font- Times New Roman
  • Line Spacing-1.5 line space
  • Margin –Left and right 1.25’ top and bottom : 1’

The article should not exceed 2500 word limit.

  • MS-word format should be used.
  • It should not include end-notes
  • Co-authorship is not allowable.
  • No multiple entries should be included

Last Date

27th August, 2016

  • The procedure of submission-

 

  • All the articles should be mailed at info@lexhindustan.com
  • The subject line has to be Lex Hindustan Article must be followed with Article Submission
  • Name of author –name of article should be included in Lex Hindustan Article Writing Competition
  • Fee required at the time of Registration
  • There is no any registration fee for the competition
  • Date of Declaration of Results
  • The results will be declared on 9th September, 2016

Prizes

  • 1st Prize Rs. 5000/- and Certification of Appreciation
  • 2nd Prize Rs. 3000/- and Certification of Appreciation
  • 3rd Prize Rs. 1000/- and Certification of Appreciation

Each and every participant will get award of participation

Communication

For further information the competitiors should mail at info@lexhindustan.com