LL.M.  SEMINAR PRESENTATION SUBMISSIONS (2013-2014)

FYLLM  (FIRST TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY


1)   Aleesha Dos Res Falcao :

Non enforcement of policies for the betterment of disabled.



2)   Dattaraj K.G. Dessai:

Excessive Conversation of Agricultural Land Leads to Decline in Agricultural Activities.


3)  Devanand Prabhakar Prabhu:

Encroachments in Communidade Lands.



4)   Goutami Govind Raikar:

Denial of Right to Quality Health care in Goa.



5)   Jyoti Ramakant Navelkar:

Suicidal Tendency Among Adolescent.



6)   Kaustubh Rote:

Cruelty to Women.



7)  Dr.  Ketan Govekar


Justice Delayed is Justice Denied : The Indian Nightmare of Waiting for Justice - A Case Study of Goa.


8)   Malini Ramchandra Kamat:

Medical Negligence.


9)   Manisha Naik:

Right to Information Act, 2005 : Awareness and Legal Aspects.


10)   Muriel A. Fernandes:

Right to Education of  the Physically and Intellectually Challenged.


11)  Prasiddh Prakash Naik:

Closure of Mining leads to Poverty and Unemployment.


12)  Pravesh Misal:

Social Problems Faced by the S.T. Community.


13)  Queency Pereira:

Child Sexual Abuse.


14)  Rigveda Dattatraya Amonkar:

Paedophilia : Experience V. Expectations.


15)  Saeesh Naik:

Encroachment of Communidade Land.


16)  Sankalp Bhangui:

Private Intrastate Transport in Goa


17)  Subas H. Mahto

Socio-Legal Research on Ragging.


18)  Yamini Dalvi

Cyber Crimes.








 

SYLLM  (FIRST TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

CRIMINAL LAW

PAPER -I : ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

1)  Adish V. Halarnkar

Evidentiary Value of Statements and Articles seized in administration of Criminal Justice.

2)   Halima B. Shaikh

Hostile Witnesses and Criminal Law.

3)  Samruddhhi Laad

Trial Procedure in Criminal Law.

PAPER -II : PENOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS

1)  Adish V. Halarnkar

Prison and Types of Prisons & Prisoners and Types of prisoners.

2)   Halima B. Shaikh

Classical Hindu and Muslim Approaches to Punishments.

3)  Samruddhhi Laad

Classical Hindu and Islamic Approaches to Punish and Treat Offenders.

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HUMAN RIGHTS

PAPER - I : HUMAN RIGHTS-I

1)   Omkar Natekar

Origin and Development of International Human Rights Law.

PAPER - II : HUMAN RIGHTS-II

1)   Omkar Natekar

Judicial approach in protection of Human Rights of Vulnerable groups in India.

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-I



1)  Aleesha Dos Res Falcao

Provisions Relating to Exploitation of Human Beings and Forced Labour under the Indian Constitution.



2)   Dattaraj K.G. Dessai:

Explain the Concept of Ex-Post Facto Laws, Double Jeopardy and Right Against Self Incrimination.


3)  Devanand Prabhakar Prabhu:

The Concept of Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Employment of Children in the Light of Celebrated Cases.


4)   Goutami Govind Raikar:

The term "other authorities" under Article 12 of the Constitution and state whether Judiciary is considered as a State under Article 12.


5)   Jyoti Ramakant Navelkar:

What has been the impact of Maneka Gandhi's case on Criminal Justice, Death Sentence and Environmental Protection?  Enumerate the Emerging Trends in these areas.


6)   Kaustubh Rote:

Article 14 : Right to Equality.


7)  Dr.  Ketan Govekar

Power of President to suspend the enforcement of Fundamental Rights with Special Reference to 42nd and 44th Constitutional Amendment Acts.


8)   Malini Ramchandra Kamat:

Explain "Right to Education" as a Fundamental Right under provision of Indian Constitution with relevant case law.


9)   Manisha Naik:

Freedom of Speech and Expression : Article 19 (1) (a).


10)   Muriel A. Fernandes:

Restrictions to the Freedom of Speech and Expression under Article 19(2).


11)  Prasiddh Prakash Naik:

Preamble of the Indian Constitution and Procedure for Amendments.


12)  Pravesh Misal:

Dynamic Approach Adopted by the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution & Distinction Between Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution.


13)  Queency Pereira:

Inter-Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy.


14)  Rigveda Dattatraya Amonkar:

Judicial Review as Defined under Article 13.


15)  Saeesh Naik:

Right to Healthy and Pollution free Environment in the Light of Cases.


16)  Sankalp Bhangui:

Other Authorities as Enshrined under Article 12 of the Indian Constitution.


17)  Subas H. Mahto

Elaborate on the Rights given to the Accused person under the Indian Constitution with Special Reference to the Impact f Maneka Gandhi's Case in Prisoners Right.


18)  Yamini Dalvi

Right to Minorities to Establish and Administer Educational Institutions.

 LABOUR LAW

PAPER-I :  LAW RELATING TO INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

1)  Prakash Marathe

Freedom of Association : Constitutional Aspect.

2) Samatina Fernandes

Strikes and Lock-Out.

3)  Sarita Sucorina Rodrigues

Lay-Off.

4)   Sarala Juwel Antao

Retrenchment.

5)   Shahir Shirazali Issani

Industry under the Industrial
Dispute Act.

6)  Shreya Prabhudessai

Labour Law Project on Workman.



PAPER II :  LAW RELATING TO LABOUR WELFARE


1)  Prakash Marathe

Types and Kind of Wage : Wage Determination.

2) Samatina Fernandes

Child Labour : Provision for Women and Children.

3)  Sarita Sucorina Rodrigues

Migrant Labour : Law Relating to Migrant Labour.

4)   Sarala Juwel Antao

Construction Labour : Law Relating to Construction Labour.

5)   Shahir Shirazali Issani

Right to Work.

6)  Shreya Prabhudessai

Labour Law Project on Unorganised Sector.


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