Seminar on ‘Sanskrit Literature and its relevance in present legal system’ at Jaipur 19+20/01/2013

University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in collaboration with Rajasthan Sanskrit Academy is going to organize a seminar on ‘Sanskrit Literature and its relevance in present legal system’ at the University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur Campus. The seminar shall be conducted on 19th – 20th January, 2013.  the details of the technical sessions proposed for the seminar.

Inaugural Session: On 19th January, 2013 from 10 – 12 A.M.
Session 1:  On 19th January, 2013 from 1 – 4 P.M.
Concept of Origin of Raj Dharma: Rule of Law
1.) Raj Dharma of Smirities
2.) Raj Dharma of Vedas
3.) Raj Dharma of Shruties
4.) Raj Dharma in Nyaya-Shastra
Session II:  On 20th January, 2013 at 9 – 12 A.M.
Historical Evidences pertaining to the Ancient Legal System
1.) Non-Codified Laws, Customs and Traditions
2.) Codified Laws
3.) Jury System (Panch Nirnay)
Session III:  On 20th January, 2013 at 1 – 4 P.M.
Rules of Contemporary Legal System seated in Ancient Legal System
1.) Company Law
2.) Family Law
3.) Administrative Law
4.) Contract Law
5.) Public Law
6.) Criminal Law
Valedictory Session: On 20th January, 2013 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm

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विज्ञापन-प्रेषकः (Information received from) –
Dr. T. Mahendar,
Asst. Professor,
Mukta Swadhyaya Peetham,
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan,
(Deemed University Under MHRD, GOI)
New Delhi.
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