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BVDU New Law College Pune:
Call for papers for a two-day international
Recent Trends in Juvenile Justice System: Revising
Basic concepts and perceptions
Funded By Indian Council of Social Science Research,
Western Regional Centre, Mumbai
28th-29th September, 2018
Abstract submission by Aug 15
Full article submission by Aug 31
Your kind attention is drawn towards our current “Volume VII - Issue I, July, 2018”.
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We once again thank you for your due submissions and wish you best for future endeavours.
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