Prof. (Dr.) Aruna Sri Lakshmi
Professor of Law

Prof. Aruna Sri Lakshmi  is  Professor of law at Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law university ‘Nyayaprastha’ Visakhapatnam.She is honoured with Excellence Award for the year 2020 from Sri Satya Sai Seva O

ARTICLES

Prof. Gangabhushan M. Molankal
Mr. Aditi Nath & Ms. Alina Dutta Roy
Mr. Srinivas Subbarao Pasumarti & Dr. Bhubaneswari Bisoyi
Soudeepya Chinni
Dr. Viswajit Giri
Prof. M. Lakshmipathi Raju & Duppala VSD Abhishek
Prof. Nataraju Adarasupally
Smt. P. Jayasree & Prof. G. Venkata Ramana
Indu Nair V & Mohan A. K.
Shamnu & Prof. Saraswati Raju Iyer
K. Visweswara Rao & K. Nikhita
Dr. P. Subbarama Raju
Prof. V. Subramanyam
Dr. V. Venkateswarlu & Dr. V. Naveen Kumar
Mr. Chanjana Elsa Philip
Dr. Laxmi & Anoop C Choolayil

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Title of Journal: WE THE PEOPLE DSNLU JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
The Journal is Published yearly twice in January and July.
We seek Submissions under the Following category:

1. Articles 3000 – 4000 words (exclusive of footnotes)

2. Research Paper 5000 -7000 words (exclusive of footnotes)

3. Book Review 3000 – 5000 words

4. Abstracts 250 -300 words

Submission Guidelines:

1. All Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract of about 250-300 words outlining the central theme(s) of the research paper.

2. Authors shall declare that the manuscripts submitted for publication do not infringe the copyright of any other person except agreed otherwise, the copyright of the content published shall vest with DSNLU, viz. The organizer. However, the organizers shall not be liable for any copyright infringement by the authors.

3. The manuscript must not contain any mention of reference to the author’s name, affiliation or credentials. Such Information must be restricted to a separate cover page, which must contain a brief Biographical description of the author and include the author’s name, affiliation, Qualifications and contact details.

4. Plagiarism will result in the summary rejection of the manuscript.

5. Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of one co-author.

6. All manuscripts should be emailed to the given email address.

Formatting Guidelines:

1. All Manuscript must follow ‘Standard Indian Research Citation’ mode of citation.

2. Authors can download mode of citation from (http;//www.silcmanual.org).

3. Submission must be in Times New roman; font size 12 (main text) & line spacing of the main text should be 1.5, 1-inch margin space on both sides and justified.

4. All footnotes must be in Times New Roman Size 10. Single spacing and justified.

5. The manuscript submitted must be made in .doc/ .docx.

6. Charts/tables: These should be made a part of the main text itself.

7. Page numbering should be in the middle of the page.

8. Quotations from primary sources: In italics, within inverted commas and duly acknowledged in the footnotes.

Editorial Policy:

1. Authors, upon Submission, must communicate their acceptance of the following conditions.

2. The work, upon publication, become the property of Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University.

3. Permissions for subsequent publication/reprint and/or derivative works must be obtained from DSNLU.

4. The Editorial Board & the University Retains Complete discretion over acceptance/rejection of manuscripts.

5. Editorial decisions to publish shall be based solely on the review of the final manuscripts submitted by the authors.

6. The acceptance of manuscripts post-review may be made contingent on the incorporation of such suggestions as communicated by Editorial Board.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Title of Journal : WE THE PEOPLE DSNLU JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
The Journal is Published yearly twice in January and July.
We seek Submissions under the Following category:

1. Articles 3000 – 4000 words (exclusive of footnotes)

2. Research Paper 5000 -7000 words (exclusive of footnotes)

3. Book Review 3000 – 5000 words

4. Abstracts 250 -300 words

Submission Guidelines:

1. All Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract of about 250-300 words outlining the central theme(s) of the research paper.

2. Authors shall declare that the manuscripts submitted for publication do not infringe the copyright of any other person except agreed otherwise, the copyright of the content published shall vest with DSNLU, viz. The organizer. However, the organizers shall not be liable for any copyright infringement by the authors.

3. The manuscript must not contain any mention of reference to the author’s name, affiliation or credentials. Such Information must be restricted to a separate cover page, which must contain a brief Biographical description of the author and include the author’s name, affiliation, Qualifications and contact details.

4. Plagiarism will result in the summary rejection of the manuscript.

5. Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of one co-author.

6. All manuscripts should be emailed to the given email address.

Formatting Guidelines:

1. All Manuscript must follow ‘Standard Indian Research Citation’ mode of citation.

2. Authors can download mode of citation from (http;//www.silcmanual.org).

3. Submission must be in Times New roman; font size 12 (main text) & line spacing of the main text should be 1.5, 1-inch margin space on both sides and justified.

4. All footnotes must be in Times New Roman Size 10. Single spacing and justified.

5. The manuscript submitted must be made in .doc/ .docx.

6. Charts/tables: These should be made a part of the main text itself.

6. Page numbering should be in the middle of the page.

7. Quotations from primary sources: In italics, within inverted commas and duly acknowledged in the footnotes.

Editorial Policy:

1. Authors, upon Submission, must communicate their acceptance of the following conditions.

2. The work, upon publication, become the property of Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University.

3. Permissions for subsequent publication/reprint and/or derivative works must be obtained from DSNLU.

4. The Editorial Board & the University Retains Complete discretion over acceptance/rejection of manuscripts.

5. Editorial decisions to publish shall be based solely on the review of the final manuscripts submitted by the authors.

6. The acceptance of manuscripts post-review may be made contingent on the incorporation of such suggestions as communicated by Editorial Board.

ABOUT THE JOURNAL

WE THE PEOPLE DSNLU Journal of Social Sciences is a DSNLU Publication. The Journal is interdisciplinary in that it covers the disciplines of Social Sciences, Humanities including Sociology, History, Political Science, Economics, Anthropology, Psychology, Literature, Law and Allied Subjects.

One finds no hard and fast boundaries between social sciences and scientific approach to the understanding of the law. Since law itself is interdisciplinary by its very nature, all sciences, social sciences and humanities are related to it in some way or other. At times, they stand at different points on a continuum of analysis and differentiated more based on different questions they pose and the orientation of the subject. The Social Sciences, Humanities, Literature, and allied disciplines help to promote comprehensive understanding of this field of study.

The Journal aims at the following Objectives:
  1. Since National Law schools are intended to offer integrated programme of legal education which includes the components of Social Sciences such as History, Economics, Political Science and Sociology, the Journal would fulfil the academic requirements of integrated programme of the Legal Education.
  1. The Social Sciences would contribute a great deal for providing the necessary inputs for advancement of Legal Education.
  1. Social Sciences would provide the basis for the development of legal education.
  1. To promote the interdisciplinary research in Social Sciences and law
  1. The Journal would invite articles pertaining to Socio Legal Issues.
With the above objectives in view, this e-journal of Social Sciences is started to cater to the needs of integrated programme of Legal Education.

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Centre for Business and Commercial Laws, DSNLU [CBCL, DSNLU]

CBCL Lecture Series
On
29.10.2019
At the Moot Court Hall, DSNLU.

 

MINUTE-TO-MINUTE SCHEDULE

S.No Description Time
1. Introduction of the Guest 09.35 AM – 09.40 AM
2. Felicitation by the Hon’ble Vice- Chancellor 09.40 AM – 09.45 AM
3. Session – I :

Changes in Constitutional Design on Account of Goods and Services Tax

 

09.45 AM – 11.45 AM

4. Session – II :

Litigation in GST

12.00 PM – 01.30 PM
5. Session – III :

Higher Education and Career with Tax Laws

02.30 PM – 03.15 PM
6. Vote of Thanks 03.15 PM – 03.25 PM

 



Regional Workshop on the Biodiversity Act on 5-6 January 2019 

 

A Two-day Regional  workshop on Biodiversity Law was organised by DSNLU in collaboration with UNDP, NLSIU, and GEF. The workshop hosted participants from various disciplines such as law, agricultural sciences, fishery sciences studying across the regions of Andhra Pradesh. The objective of the workshop was to create awareness about legal mechanism for conservation of biodiversity in India. The workshop was inaugurated by Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of NLSIU Prof.(Dr.) R. Venkat Rao and an introductory remark  was given by Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of DSNLU Prof. (Dr.) S. Surya Prakash. Dr. K. Tulasi Rao from AP State Biodiversity Board was the Chief Guest of the event and he spoke on issues concerning biodiversity law and its application in the state. He lucidly explained the key points of the law and impediments in its implementation. Other resource persons included representatives from National Biodiversity Authority, the UNDP and senior professors from NLISU. Thirty-three participants including students, young academicians and senior professors deliberated over two days on topics such as Nagoya Protocols, Access and Benefit Sharing Agreements.

One-day National Seminar on LAW AND MENTAL HEALTH on 7th March 2019

 

The seminar focused on themes like promotion of mental health, prevention of mental disorders, legal issues related to treatment, mental health laws and rights, emerging trends in mental health, Conventions on the rights of Persons with Mental Disability and critical issues in the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017. In the Inaugural Session, the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor emphasised on the interplay between law and mental health. He argued for improving awareness on mental health issues. He also empha- sised on the need to go beyond the Mental healthcare Act 2017 to ensure true protection of the rights of Persons with mental Disability.Prof. M. Lakshmipathi Raju, the Convener of the Seminar, referred to the minor mental health disorders like stress, anxiety, fear etc which affect the people. He stated that these minor issues, when compounded, result in mental illnesses. He argued for the adoption  of holistic treatment options to counteract minor and major mental health issues. He also commended the shift from  custodian-based care to a rights-based approach in the treatment of mental health illnesses under the 2017 Act. Prof. Muralidhar, (NIMHANS), emphasized on a multidisciplinary approach to curing mental health illnesses through cooperation of all human service professionals like psychiatrists, psychologists and psychiatric social workers in the treatment of patients. Dr. Radha Rani, Superintendent of Mental Hospital Visakhapatnam, the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Session, noted an increase in the incidence of mental illness and asserted the need for medical professionals to collaborate with legal  professionals to promote awareness, treatment, and counselling services. Other eminent invitees like Prof. Roopesh (NIMHANS), Dr. Rajakumari Reddy (NIMHANS). Ms. Deesha Claire, Ms. Aruna Srilakshmi spoke on varied topics such as juvenile delinquency, anxiety disorder, and rights of mentally ill persons. Over thirty papers on varied themes were presented during the technical sessions. Selected papers are proposed to be published into a book.

 






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