One Day National Conference on Suicide – Economic, Social, Political & Legal Implications 2023 | 25 Feb 2023
One Day National Conference on Suicide – Economic, Social, Political & Legal Implications is being organised on 25 Feb 2023 by The Central Law College, Salem.
About the College
The Central Law College, Salem is recognized by The Bar Council of India, New Delhi and originally affiliated to University of Madras and later with The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai. The institution is a reputed and prestigious institution conducting Five years B.A.LL.B Integrated Law Course, Three years LL.B Law Course and LL.M in the State of Tamil Nadu since 1984, founded by Prof. R.V.Dhanapalan.
The college celebrated its Silver Jubilee in the year 2009. The college is well known for its Legal Education and aims to introduce the students to the basic concepts of law and enrich them with knowledge and experience with the aim to shape them to take up the Legal Profession with Dignity.
About One Day National Conference on Suicide – Economic, Social, Political & Legal Implications
The prevalence of suicide among the youth has been increasing in recent years. The number of socio-economic crises including suicide rates, alcohol consumption and divorce rates are known to be more common in many places across our country. In India, the number of persons who attempt suicide is twenty-five times that of the number of persons who commit suicide every year. Suicidal feelings can affect anyone, of any age, gender or background at any time. Economic, social, psychological, political and other factors can interact to increase the risk of suicidal behaviour. Risk factors for suicide include mental health problems, disorders, usage of problematic substance, job loss or financial loss, trauma or abuse and chronic pain or illness.
The impact on families, friends and communities is devastating and far-reaching, even long after persons dear to them have taken their own lives. The stigma attached to suicide is that many people feel unable to seek help. The economic, social, political and legal implications for the government and the society in this regard are highly enormous and understanding these contexts is essential for effective prevention. The solutions to the challenges related to preventing suicide in contemporary society is one of the zealous tasks for many researchers.
On account of this view, The Central Law College, Salem organizes a one-day National Level Conference on the theme “Suicide – Economic, Social, Political and Legal Implications” on 25th February, 2023. There are various sub-themes with reference to the main theme that explores the vast areas of research. This conference also seeks to explore various behavioural imbalances that trigger suicidal thoughts and also the suicide prevention laws.
- Digital Money Fraudulent
- Elimination of violence against women under Domestic Violence Act
- Cyber Violence
- Impact of Physical and Mental Pain on suicidal thoughts
- Custodial Suicide
- Emotional Violence and Abuse against LGBTQ Community
- Public Health action for Prevention of Suicide
- Failures: A Stigma to Suicidal Death
- Harassment: Sexual, Bullying, Ragging and Discrimination
- Alcoholism and Suicidal Behaviour
All Abstracts should be submitted by filling the following google form link on or before 23/01/23.
Abstract Submission Form: Click Here
Registration should be done on or before 31.1.2023 by using the following google form link https://forms.gle/BBat2Exwm91kZyE49 . Author and Co-Author have to pay their fees individually for registration. Co-authors will have to use the same registration form.
Full paper can be submitted using the following google form link on or before 10/02/2023.
Full Paper Submission Form: Click Here
Those who are interested only to participate should register and pay the prescribed fee using the google form link on or before 31/01/2023.
Participation Form: Click Here
Full paper should not exceed 3000 words.
Size 12-pt. Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing; heading 14-pt (bold), Times New Roman:Sub-headings 12-pt (bold), Times New Roman.
Authors to Cite Reference and avoid Plagiarism. The Blue Book: A Uniform System of Citation – 21st Edition reference style or APA reference style should be followed strictly.
Author Name and Designation
Author Name and Designation would appear under the Title of the Paper on the First Page / Abstract.
The registration, participation and publication fee can be paid through all UPI Platforms, Net Banking, Mobile Banking or DD in favour of “The Principal (Expenses)”, payable at Salem and addressed to The Principal, The Central Law College, Salem-8
- Bank Name: Tamil Nadu Mercantile Bank
- Branch: Kannankurichi Branch, Yercaud Main Road – 636 008
- Account no: 060100050301715
- IFSC: TMBL0000060
- Account Mobile No: 73394 82224
- Last Date for Abstract Submission – 23rd January, 2023
- Abstract Acceptance Intimation Date – 25th January, 2023
- Last Date for Registration and Fee payments (for Authors, Co-Authors and Participants) – 31st January, 2023
- Last Date for Full Paper Submission – 10th February, 2023
- Date of Conference – 25th February, 2023
- Mrs. Nivetha Priya K.V.S: +91 98942 94664
- Mrs. Jessy Mathew: +91 88381 02653
Address for Correspondence
The Conference Coordinators, The Central Law College, Yercaud Main Road, Kannankurichi Post, Salem – 636 008. Ph: 0427-2400643
Submitted By: Mrs. Nivetha Priya