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National Seminar on “Socio-Economic & Medico-Legal Challenges in COVID 19 Pandemic” by Maharaja Agrasen University: Submit Abstract by 31st March 2022

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National Seminar on “Socio-Economic & Medico-Legal Challenges in COVID 19 Pandemic” by Maharaja Agrasen University: Submit Abstract by 31st March 2022


Maharaja Agrasen University established in the year 2013, was inaugurated by Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Hon’ble President of India. The University, established under the Maharaja Agrasen University (Establishment & Regulations) Act, 2012, started its academic programs since 2013. The University has been selected as Mentor University one of among the top 50 institutions from all over India by the AICTE and Institution Innovation Council (IIC), Ministry of Education, Government of India in 2021.


Maharaja Agrasen School of Law, established in 2013, is emerging as one of the premier legal institutes with a unique blend of tradition and modernity. The School of Law runs Ph.D., One Year LLM, LL.B. (3 years), BALLB (5 years) and BComLLB (5 years). Its mission is to equip the students with the skills to comprehend and analyse the ins and outs of various legal and other inter-disciplinary issues and devise solution to these problems. To achieve this objective the School arranges a number of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Moot Court Competitions, Client Counselling Sessions, Quiz Contests, Seminars, Group Discussions and Guest Lectures etc. are regular features of the academic schedule of the School. Since the inception of School of Law 7 International/ National Seminars, 2 National Essay Writing Competitions, 2 Intra Moot Court competitions have been conducted.

The papers presented in the Seminars have been compiled in the form of Conference Proceeding with ISBN numbers. The Faculty in the School is well qualified, maximum faculty is Ph.D. and UGC-NET having good record of publications in various International/ National reputed Scopus indexed, Peer Reviewed Journals.


The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in absolutely unexpected changes globally. In response to this global outbreak, the world has become more closely interconnected, the risks posed by infectious diseases epidemics have grown. Pandemics such as the COVID-19 know no borders, and are hard to address through individual and isolated country responses. It has brought in an impending economic crisis and recession. Social distancing, self-isolation and travel restrictions have led to a reduced workforce across all economic sectors and cost many jobs.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the longstanding structural drivers of health inequities, such as precarious and adverse working conditions, growing economic disparities. The Educational institutions have been closed down, and the need for commodities and manufactured products has decreased. In contrast, the need for medical supplies has significantly increased. The food sector also witnessed increased demand due to panic-buying and stockpiling of food products. The whole administrative set up faced a very crucial crunch to tackle to this pandemic.

This National Seminar aims to provide a platform for various stakeholder – Government, Legal Professionals, NGO’s, Social Scientists and research scholars to come forward with comprehensive approach to deal with like situations.


Socio – Economic & Medico – Legal Challenges in COVID 19 Pandemic – Regulatory and Policy Response


1.       Constitutional & Legal Commitments

  • Right to Health Care: Entitlement and Practice during COVID-19.
    • Challenges to the Enjoyments of Fundamental Rights and COVID-19.
    • Impact of COVID – 19 on Centre State Relations.
    • Application and Sufficiency of Disaster Management Act 2005.
    • Analysis of the Epidemic Disease Act 1897 (As amended in 2020)
    • Role of Judiciary to overcome the pandemic of COVID-19 – A Constitutional question of Separation of Powers
    • The Pharmacy Act 1948 –Regulating and Raising the state of profession of Pharmacy in India

2.           Social-Economic Transition

  • Socio Economic Justice vis -`a – vis COVID – 19
    • Impact of COVID – 19 on International Trade
    • Education going Offline to Online: Role of Teachers.
    • Impact of COVID – 19 on Traditional research methodology.
  • Effect of COVID – 19 on migrating labour Daily Wages, Workmen and Street Vendors.
    • COVID – 19: Emerging Issues Relation to Mental Health.
    • Social Media Infodemic & COVID – 19 Pandemic.
    • Social Disintegration during COVID – 19: Striking the Socio – Cultural Values of India.

3.       Medical Health Regulation Policy

  • Right to Receive Health Care and Treatment – Legislative and Executive Challenges to Manage COVID – 19.
    • Right to Emergency Treatment and Care for COVID – 19 sufferers – Issues  and Challenges.
    • Role, Responsibilities and Challenges before “Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in the Light of COVID – 19 Pandemic.
    • COVID – 19 and Public Health Emergency of International Concern
    • The International Health Organization (WHO) – with special Reference Control of COVID-19.
    • Negligence in Medical Care of COVID – 19 Patients and Remedies Under the Law.
    • Function and Roles of National Centre for Disease Control in Light of COVID-19 Pandemic.

4.       Miscellaneous

We welcome Papers on all allied topics relating to the theme and is not necessary for a paper to fit within any specific sub theme.


Person interested to participate in the National Seminar are welcome to contribute their research paper/case studies/brief research notes on the sub themes with specific proposals for discussion in the Technical Sessions. Abstract with maximum 300 words in MS-Word format (letter size 12 point, Times New Roman font) should reach latest by 31st March, 2022 at this email id:

[email protected]


Abstract Submission                                                                                       31st March, 2022

Notification of Accepted Abstracts                                                               4th April, 2022

Final Full Length Paper Submission                                                               11th April, 2022


The abstract should not exceed 300 words and must be accompanied by a cover page stating the following:

Title of the Paper Name of the Author(s) E-mail address

Postal Address Contact Number


  1. Should not exceed 3000 words (exclusive of footnotes)
  2. Co.-authored Paper with a maximum of two authors is permitted
  3. In case of co-authorship, at least one of the another must attend the Seminar to present the paper.
  4. In case any student intends to present the paper of any faculty member, oral presentation shall be allowed only if the said student is a co-author.
  5. Main text should be in Times Roman with font size 12 pts and spacing 1.5.
  6. The footnotes should be in Times Roman, Font size 10 pts. With single spacing.
  7. One-inch margins on all sides of the paper should be maintained.
  8. Citation style: Follow ILI.
  9. The paper must be accompanied with scanned copies of the duly filled-in Registration form, DD details, and the cover page as required for the Abstract stated above.
  10. All papers must be the original and unpublished work of the author. Similarity index must be below 10%.


The accepted papers will be published in the form of Peer-reviewed book with ISBN No./ Refereed International Journal with ISSN No published by Maharaja Agrasen University.


(Including GST)

 Without accommodationWith accommodation (One night)
Corporate Delegates20002500
  • The participants can also present paper through hybrid mode.
  • Registration fee includes Seminar kit, Lunch, entry to Technical Session & Certificate only (Breakfast and Dinner will be included in accommodation charges).
  • The Book will cost Rs. 500/- in addition to the registration fee.

Accommodation will be provided on first come first serve on sharing basis at University campus on receipt of prior confirmation of participation. The Fee should be paid through Demand Draft favouring “Registrar, Maharaja Agrasen University, payable at Baddi” or through NEFT/ RTGS.

Bank Details for Sending Fee through NEFT/RTGS

Bank Name                Axis Bank, Branch Nanakpur Account                                    Maharaja Agrasen University

Account No.               915010015925264

IFSC Code     UTIB0002381


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Mr. Vishal Kalyan                                                                                     8221050880

Mr. Manmeet Singh (Registration)                                                            9857265724

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