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“Need to Restore the Anticipatory Bail in U.P & Uttarakhand:

Where Jail, not Bail is a rule" on 10th March, 2018

Modern College of Law organized its Third national conference titled Need to Restore the Anticipatory Bail in U.P & Uttarakhand: Where Jail, not Bail is a rule on 10th March 2018. The conference was well attended by eminent academicians, faculty members and students from reputed technical and educational institutions from different parts of the country and representatives of governmental bodies and industry. In Two technical sessions under 25 papers were presented at the conference.

The conference was inaugurated by the Guest of honor at the inaugural function, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Garg (Dean Law CCS University). After that the Guest of Honour released the Conference Souvenir on the occasion and shared his views on anticipatory bail in UP & Uttarakhand briefly. Justice Surendra Kr. (Former Judge Allahabad H.C), Mr. Sanjeev Bhatnagar (Advocate Honorable S.C) presided over the function. Principal Dr. Nisha Singh gave an overview of the conference and delivered her speech. All the faculty of MCL Mr. Ankur Gupta, Mr. B.R. maurya, Ms. Puja, Mr. Pradeep Singh & Mr. Pradip kashyap has been actively participated in the conference.

The inauguration was soon followed by the key note address of Mr. Sanjeev Bhatnagar (Advocate Honorable S.C). Then the first technical chaired by Dr. Pooja Singh (Advocate Honorable Delhi High Court) and co-chaired by Mr. shushil Singh (Founder of Shrest IAS Coaching Centre) Dr. Kanak Rani & Dr. Subodh Bala Gupta started and 15 papers were presented during the session.

In the afternoon, the second session started with Dr. J.C. Batra (Former President, Senior Advocates association of India) and Dr. K.K. Mittal (Former HOD, Department of Law Meerut College) giving an ideas about

• Attitude of State Government towards anticipatory bail in U.P & Uttarakhand.
• Role of Judiciary in U.P & Uttarakhand regarding anticipatory Bail.
• Role of U.P. legislature in Omitting Sec-438 Cr.P.C. from U.P.
• Misuse of Anticipatory Bail in other States of India.

During the valedictory program conducted in the evening, the Chief Guest Dr. K.K Mettal congratulated the institute and the Management on organizing a national conference on a contemporarily relevant theme and offered their respective organizations help and support in organizing such programs in the future too.

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“Internet of things: An Era of Digitalization

(IoT:AEoD-2017)” on 1st April, 2017

National Conference on IoT: An Era of Digitalization (IoT-EoD-2017), aims at promoting high quality research by bringing together community of researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. It is a forum to communicate and discuss various research findings and innovations in digitalization and IoT. These emerging areas provide great scope for research and will help to address several challenges in future.

Internet of Things: Pervasive connectivity, smart devices and demand for data testify to an Internet of Things that will continue to grow by leaps and bounds. Instrumenting and connecting devices has massive potential to deliver value, but there is need for a coordinated effort when rolling out the next generation of self-reporting paradigms. This conference aims at bringing together researchers to share, discuss and witness cutting edge research in all areas of development on IoT.

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“Impact of Globalization on the Performance of Foreign Trade

in India- Problems and Challenges” on 9th – 10th April, 2016

The aim of the Seminar is to bring together experts, Academicians and Professionals to share ideas and deliberate on the new emerging issues to find solutions to the problems. The deliberations at the National Seminar will be an opportunity to examine economy related issues from varied perspectives of a broad range of disciplines.

National Seminar is focused on Impact of Globalization on the Performance of Foreign Trade in India.

Globalization is “the growing liberalization of international trade and investment, and the resulting increase in the integration of national economies.” Economist David Henderson

Globalization has opened up new and tremendous opportunities for worldwide developers. The process of globalization is an inevitable phenomenon in human history which has been bringing the world closer since the time of early trade and exploration, through the exchange of goods, products, information, jobs, knowledge and culture.

Globalization offers both opportunities and challenges for our country in many ways. It has created significant opportunities for manufacturing, agriculture, service sectors and many others. Besides, there has been significant inflow of foreign investments in to India. Since the integration of the Indian economy to the international economic regime, there witnessed a sudden upsurge in the strategic thinking of India with regard to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). Foreign Direct Investment is considered to be the engine of growth for the host countries. India‟s dire need for foreign investment coalesced with the initiation of certain policy changes such as reduction of restriction and controls over the entry of foreign firms, created a climate conducive for foreign direct investment. Seminar seeks to analyze the implications of globalization to the Performance of Foreign Trade in India.

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One Day Workshop on

"Re-Evolution of Law of Evidence In Present scenario" on10 Jan, 2016

One day workshop on“Re-Evolution of Law of Evidence In Present scenario” on 10 Jan, 2016 in college campus. The Programme was inaugurated by the Resource Person Dr .Avtar Singh Ex. Reader, Lucknow University. The programme was attended by all the faculty members of MCL.

The workshop was conducted on the “Re-Evolution of Law of Evidence In Present scenario” It was attend by 100 students of LL.B III year. He introduced Sec-3 definition clause an also some important definitions for students. He focused on sec 5 which is the foundation of evidence Act. And also sec - 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, which are the most important sec. for the students.

He gave the brief introduction of Admission, Confession, Dying Declaration tells that these sections are the exceptions of hearsay evidence, admission will be relevant in civil cases and confession in relevant in criminal cases, types of confession and gave a example of Kashmira singh case in confession and also discuss whole case, also other important cases regarding admission confession an dying declaration,

“An Audit of the 10 years of Right to Information Act 2005:

Issues and Challenges” on 26th November, 2015

The Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted with the avowed objective of providing an effective framework for effectuating the Right of Information recognized under Article 19 of the Constitution of India and to provide for setting the practical regime of RTI for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority. Since its inception, the RTI has been used by several citizens, workers and activists to the advantage of millions of common masses of India

The Seminar commenced with the Inaugural Ceremony which entailed the customary practice of lighting the lamp. The dais was marked by the presence of Mrs. Annapurna Dixit (Former CIC) as Chief Guest, Guest of Honour Prof. Saleem Akhtar (Former Dean AMU Aligarh & Former Dean of Ansal University Gurgaon), Mr. Gorge Kuruville (M.D. BECIL, Noida), Dr. Anurag Deep(Associate Professor ILI New Delhi), Mr. Siddharth Kumar(Social Entrepreneur and President of Network of Indian Professionals of Ottawa, Canada), Mrs. Jacinthe Marcil (Project Manager, International Development Research Centre, Canada).

The keynote address has been given by Mrs. Annapurna Dixit (Former CIC). She said that However, article 19(1)(a) of the India’s constitution provides “Freedom of Expression”, as a Fundamental Right and the Supreme Court of India has already declared “Right To Know” as a fundamental Right under article 19(1)(a). It means to know the information any one can approach to the High Court or Supreme Court directly, but this efforts was not enough to avail the information properly and systematically as well as uncertainty was their regarding its applicability which was creating ambiguous situation and facing difficulties to avail the information from the various agencies of government and non-government organizations.

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“Justice delayed is Justice Denied- The Role of Advocates”

on 23rd November, 2014

A National Seminar has been conducted in the lush green premise of MCL on 23rd Nov, 2014(Sunday) on the topic “Justice delayed is Justice Denied- The Role of Advocates”. The chief guest for this seminar was Dr. A. K Gautam, Additional Director of Law at Mewar University and Special Guest for seminar was Advocate D P Garg.

The key note speaker was Prof. Avtar Singh and four resource persons and convener of the programme Mr. Ankur Gupta & co convener Mrs. Bhawna Arora (Assist. Prof. of MCL) and member of organizing committee Mrs. Shalini Tyagi (Assist. Prof. of MCL), Mrs. Tripti Tripathi (Assist. Prof. of MCL) Mrs Pooja Chaudhary (Assist. Prof. of MCL) and Mr. Pradip Kashyap (Assist. Prof. of MCL) were all presented at the inaugural ceremony and throughout the function.

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