Asymmetrical Federalism in India: Problems and Prospects (Extension of Deadline for Submission of Abstracts)

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Call for Papers
March 3, 2022 to March 4, 2022
Subject Fields: 
Humanities, Political Science, Public Policy, Social Sciences, South Asian History / Studies

Announcing Extension of Deadline for Submission of Abstracts to 10 January 2022

The Department of Political Science, Motilal Nehru College, University of Delhi invites paper abstracts for NCAFI-2022: National  Conference on Asymmetrical  Federalism in India- Problems and Prospects  to be held on 3 and 4 MARCH  2022

Keynote to be delivered by Dr Louise Tillin, Professor of Politics and Director King’s India Institute, London.

Abstract Submission

The abstract should be written in 250-300 words containing title, brief introduction, objectives, relevance, methodology and major findings of the paper. Please use Times New Roman 12 point fonts for English and for Hindi use Kurti Dev 10 point fonts. Please submit the abstract at: by 10 January 2022. The selected abstracts would be notified through mail by 15 January 2022.

For Further information and themes of the conference please see:  and

Submission of Full Papers

Deadline for full paper submission of the accepted abstracts would be 20 February 2022

Registration for the conference will start from 1 February 2022. Fee for Registration is Rs. 500 for Research Scholars and Rs 1000 for Faculty members and academicians.

Contact Info: 

Dr. Radhika Kumar, Professor, The Department of Political Science, Motilal Nehru College, Delhi University.

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