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Nine years remained to the deadline the world had given to itself in the Rio Conference of 1992 for fulfilment Sustainable Development Goals before the recent UN Conference on Climate Change was held in Glasgow. If there was any display of unity between the Global North and the Global South, it was visible in their unanimous agreement of pushing the deadlines further away. Apart from that even today the tussle between the developed and the developing nation remains to be same. There have been numerous conferences and academic discourses undertaken in the last three decades which try to unravel this seemingly impossible balance of conserving the environment and development of nations. The solutions perhaps are also deferred to forever extending deadlines, never to culminate into reality. There were many sterling statements made during the 2021 COP, such as Tuvalu’s Head of the State standing knee deep in the ocean to highlight the plight of the sinking island due to rise in sea level, however these statements would only remain to be mere lip service theatrics unless the nations of the world do not materialise the principles of intergenerational equity and a collective responsibility towards Environment as an individual being.

This Conference aims to bring questions of Intergenerational Equity into sharp relief in the light of the recent developments, global and domestic events that highlight the drawbacks and lacuna of an anthropocentric environmental discourse. We hope to create a space where alternative ideas of environment, distinct from the current one which is revolving around the notions of propriety-ship, may be imagined and discussed. Whether our rivers and forests are the property of the nation or legal personalities in their own sense? Whether this distinct legal personality, which is that of a human being, enough to protect environment? Whether calling these entities- air, water, living animals, minerals, stones and rocks as “resources”-defeat our larger scheme of conservation of environment? These are few of the many questions that are hoped to be addressed in this Conference. The unresolvable conflict between the Global North and South seems to be a diversion which shadows these extremely pertinent questions poised before our future generations, who perhaps need a re-imagination of Earth and its various natural entities, which have suffered massive exploitation with incomprehensible reparations.


Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME) is an ‘A’ grade premier educational institute affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), New Delhi. DME imparts education in the fields of Law, Management and Journalism, with the law courses approved by the Bar Council of India. The institute is located in the IT hub of NCR and is housed in a splendid building laced with modern educational facilities, a sine qua non for enhancing students’ creativity and capabilities. The sister institutes of DME include Mayoor School, Noida (in collaboration with Mayo College, Ajmer), Delhi World Public School, Greater Noida (West) and Delhi Technical Campus (DTC), Greater Noida.

The conference is being organized by the DME Law School. The Law school offers 5-year integrated B.A., LL. B & B.B.A., LL. B programs and practices project-based pedagogy with a strong connect between the classroom teaching and evolving legal & corporate needs.


Academicians, scientists, research scholars, faculty members, students and other relevant stakeholders of all disciplines are invited to contribute in this conference. Research papers describing original and unpublished works of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas related to environment, law and technology are cordially invited for presentation at the conference.


  1. Gender and climate change
  2. Transformation of law and business: pricing of Natural resources to achieve Sustainable Development
  3. Sustainability of Integrated Coastal Management: Legal Framework and its effective enforcement
  4. Community-based water law: water resource management reform in developing countries.
  5. Evolution of International Laws based on the UN Conventions for Environmental Sustainability over the years.
  6. Harmonizing the Domestic and International Trade laws and policies in corroboration Sustainable Development.
  7. Natural Resource management and conflict resolution in Asian region
  8. Environmental Refugees: The Grey Area
  9. India’s Green Industrial Policy Pursuing Clean Energy for Green Growth
  10. COP 26 and its outcomes
  11. Strengthening the Paris Agreement: Focusing on Loss and Damage due to climate change
  12. The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in Environmental Protection: A Focus on Asian region
  13. Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage associated with Climate Change Impacts
  14. Ocean Based Technological Responses to Climate Change
  15. Environmental Damages During Warfare/ Nuclear launches
  16. Development and transfer of technologies
  17. International Carbon Markets
  18. Global Goal on Adaptation (GGA)
  19. Solar Energy- Issues of technology, Efficiency and legislation.
  20. Climate change and public health-Impacts, Mitigation of risks and Preparedness for Crisis Management.
  21. Green growth
  22. Population growth- Impact on sustainability and Intergenerational equity
  23. Anthropocentrism
  24. Post-Pandemic Economic Fragility and Sustainable Development
  25. Global North-South Dialogue in Contemporary times
  26. Carbon footprint reduction: Improving efficiency and effectiveness
  27. Transportation adaptability
  28. Empowering societies and citizens with ethical sustainable development techniques
  29. Resilience in complex socio-ecological system
  30. Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources


Date: 25th and 26th March 2022

Mode: The conference will be conducted in hybrid mode with both online and offline components. This is subject to the Government of India guidelines pertaining to SARS-Cov-2, issued from time to time.


Each participant shall have to pay a nominal registration fee (amount mentioned below) at the time of submission of abstracts to participate in the conference. The abstract in word document format should be attached in the google form along with the details in the link mentioned below.

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Please note that the conference will be held in the hybrid mode. The registration charges (along with abstract submissions) can be made at any time on or before 15th February 2022. Please mention the subject as ‘Law Conference’ while making the payment. If it is a co-authorship, both participants are required to pay the registration fees separately.

Fee payable through IMPS/NEFT:

Delhi Metropolitan Education
HDFC Bank Ltd., Sector 18, Noida
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Rs. 300/-

Faculty and Research Scholars

Rs. 700/-

Other Professionals

Rs. 1000/-

International Participants

US $50


Last date for submission of Abstract and Registration

15th February 2022

Last date for Submission of Full Article

28th February 2022

Final listing of accepted papers

6th March 2022

Date of Conference

25th and 26th March 2022


  • Well researched papers, articles and case studies are invited from students, scholars/researchers, faculties, bar and bench and other professionals.
  • Co-authorship up to two authors are permitted. Each co-author would be required to pay the registration fees separately.
  • The manuscript must be typed in MS Word Times New Roman, Font size 12 and 1.5 spacing on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides.
  • Footnotes should follow uniform ILI style of citation.
  • The papers should be thematic and not more than 4000 words (3000 words is appreciable). Each paper should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 300 words.
  • The sub-themes provided are merely indicative and not exhaustive. Participants are free to choose any topic of their choice relevant to the central theme of the conference.
  • The abstract as well as the article should indicate title of the paper, name of the author(s) and organization(s), contact number, relevant sub-theme and e-mail address.
  • Research papers/articles submitted should be accompanied with a declaration by the author(s), stating that the contents of the research paper are original and have not been published elsewhere.
  • All papers shall be strictly subjected to anti-plagiarism software and shall be scrutinized through blind review of the Editorial board.
  • Selected research papers shall be published in a UGC CARE Listed Journal/ Journal with ISSN or in a book bearing ISBN at an additional cost.

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National Conference 2021 on Artificial Intelligence and Law : A Close Interface

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National Conference 2020 on Genesis to Terminus of Article 370: Socio-Legal Perspectives


The National Conference on Article 370, themed upon the journey of article 370 from its genesis to its terminus was held on 24th January, 2020. The event attracted nationwide participation with a total of 61 participant registrations. A total of 36 presentations and 48 participants marked their presence to facilitate fruitful discussion on the topic via projection of their respective ideas based upon the theme

The conference inaugural ceremony had Dr. Viney Kapoor Mehra, the Vice Chancellor of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar National Law University, Sonepat as the Chief Guest. Dr Viney started her lecture posing some questions to Prof Dr Afzal Wani who spoke before her with his speech focusing on the concept of liberty. She further spoke about a part of history where the Kashmiris were alleging that they are forcefully converted to Islam. She spoke about the period before 1947 in Kashmir. The book containing the selected articles published as a part of the conference proceedings was then released. An hour-long inaugural session concluded on a positive note with the students in the audience getting a balanced intellectual input from both viewpoints.


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1. ICAN 1

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Intensive rumination on news brings scholars together at DME

‘Deliberation and debate is the way you stir the soul of our democracy.’ – Jesse Jackson

DME Media School organized ICAN 2018 (India and Changing Aspects of News), a three-day International Conference from 9–11 March, 2018.The objective of the conference was to deliberate and come to vital conclusions with effective academic research done by scholars and academicians from across the globe.

An inaugural video address was delivered by octogenarian journalist, Mr.  Mark Tully. It was followed by a Photography Exhibition which showcased pictures clicked by the students on various topics. There were 5 technical sessions and 1 plenary session. The topic of the plenary session being ‘Reinterpreting News and Ethics’ which saw the panelists discussing important issues and sharing valuable insights about the role of ethics in journalism. The panel consisted of Senior Professor Pradeep Mathur, Professor Ram Mohan Pathak, Dr. Avinash Singh and Dr. Sukhnandan Singh. The day came to an end with the screening of a short film named ‘Azaad’ directed by Rahul V. Chittella.

On Day 2 Seven technical sessions and a plenary session themed ‘Redefining Media’s Role in Development’ chaired by Dr. Nirmala Mani Adhikary , Professor Shivaji Sarkar , Dr. Namrata Joshi and Dr. Ambrish Saxena was conducted. The day ended with great fervor with a sitar recital performance by Pt. Sunil Kant Saxena, Kathak performance by Smt. Parul Mishra and other performances by the students of DME.


2. ICAN 2

An international conference on Indian Cinema and Alternative Networks- ICAN2 2018 organized by Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME) Media School en masse with School of Communication and Creative Arts of Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia was inaugurated on Friday, November 16, 2018, at Silver Oak Lawn, Indian Habitat Centre, Delhi.

The conference was graced with the presence of Chief Guest Mr. Satya Pal Singh, Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Government of India and Special Guest Mr.Vivek Vaswani, a celebrated Film Actor, Producer, and Director.

The second edition of ICAN- Indian Cinema and Alternate Network which started on the 17th of November continued for three days and concluded on the 18th of November. The conference was a success with all the technical sessions, plenary sessions,workshops and cultural events.

  • Inauguration video

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Every year, DME Management School organizes Academic Conferences on a unique theme. The Conference is a congregation whereby there is a discussion and deliberation by Leaders of the Industry and Academia. The Conference is an opportunity for students and faculty members to present their research work on their area of interest based on the theme. In November 2020, DME Management School started an International Series of Conference – Global Strategic Management Conference (GSMC). In GSMC 2020, ten Professors and students from 7 countries – Belgium, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Spain, USA, Israel, India and Sri Lanka were invited for the Conference. 



Conference Theme

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well-being: Challenges, Opportunities, and Future Trends

About the theme

The term “diversity” describes a broad variety of personal distinctions, including racial and ethnic background, sexual preference, gender, socio-economic level, and others. Diversity generates a complex array of viewpoints, experiences, and skills since it is valued and acknowledged.
Diversity fundamentally challenges us to face our preconceptions and inequities while giving us the groundwork to promote advancement and creativity. Taking advantage of diversity’s potential is an investment in a more prosperous, just, and energetic future. We may modify our methods to build workplaces and cultures that really honour and profit from the distinctive array of human experiences by keeping an eye out for new trends.

While taking into consideration historical disadvantages and structural impediments, “equity” entails providing equitable opportunities and resources for every person. By doing so, it aims to even up the competition and guarantee that every individual has a fair chance at success. The search for equity is a continual process that necessitates teamwork. A more equitable and inclusive future may be created through recognising difficulties, taking benefit of possibilities, and adjusting to changing trends. We can create conditions where everyone, regardless of background or situation, has a fair chance to grow and contribute by prioritising equality throughout all spheres of society.

“Inclusion” refers to the process of fostering an atmosphere in which people of all backgrounds are not just seen but also actively involved and empowered. All views get heard and appreciated in inclusive environments, which promote a sense of belonging. Continual progress towards inclusion necessitates shared commitment. We will be able to build a society where everyone is accepted, appreciated, and given the opportunity to offer their best work.

Mental Well-being
Mental health is now seen as being essential to a person’s general wellness and standard of life. As we explore the nuances of mental health, we come across a landscape of potential obstacles. Eliminating the barriers of obtaining help, requires taking important measures including increasing awareness, encouraging honest dialogues, and busting myths. In this changing environment, promoting mental well- being necessitates a multifaceted strategy that includes public awareness, legislative modifications, readily available services, and a dedication to destigmatization. We can collaboratively create a future where mental health is a top priority, benefiting both individuals and communities, by seizing opportunities and adjusting to new trends.

These ideas are closely related to one another. By lessening feelings of loneliness, establishing a sense of society as a whole and minimising the psychological effects of biases, inclusive settings that appreciate diversity and encourage fairness contribute to the good mental health of its inhabitants. Additionally, sensitively treating mental health is an essential component of developing inclusive environments since it guarantees that people from all walks of life receive the assistance they require. Organisations and communities that place a high priority on diversity, equity, inclusion, and mental wellness see a rise in creativity, productivity.

Tracks & Indicative Sub-Themes*

Track One: Marketing and Branding Perspective of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well-being (DEIM)

  • Stereotypes and biases
  • Disentangling the new consumer’s psychology
  • Marketing mental well-being products and services
  • Diversity and inclusion for effective marketing
  • Dynamics of social marketing and mental well-being

Track Two: Human Resource and Organisation Behaviour Perspective of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well-being (DEIM)

  • Inter-cultural dynamics for building inclusive organizations
  • Inter-sectionality at workplaces
  • Building workforce equity for organizational success
  • Leveraging policies and practices at workplace
  • Unorganized and informal sector-Problems and prospects

Track Three: Financial Aspects of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well- being (DEIM)

  • Dynamics of diversity, equity, inclusion and firm risk and returns
  • Financial implications of mental well-being on individuals and organizations
  • Stock market fluctuations and well-being
  • Dynamics of financial well-being Money and the mind

Track Four: Impact of Technology and AI on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well-being (DEIM)

  • Practices for effective metaverse operations
  • Technology and mental well-being
  • AI and DEI: opportunities and risks at the workplace
  • Engineering Responsible AI
  • Evolving relationship between DEI and AI

Track Five: International Business Cross-Cultural Cases and Best Practices of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Mental Well-being (DEIM)

  • DEI and global competitive advantage
  • DEI initiative and regulatory framework- A global approach
  • Shifting paradigms in contemporary marketplace
  • International practices for building sustainable business
  • Global perspectives on building resilience in organizations- cultural, political, market, well-being, etc.

* Note: Above mentioned are the indicative themes. Paper presenters are free to choose related themes.

Important Dates for GSMC 2023

  • Abstract Submission: 30th Nov 2023
  • Paper Submission: 17th Dec 2023
  • Paper Acceptance: 22th Dec 2023
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Submission Guidelines:

Abstract Submission word limit :
250-350 words
Full Paper Submission word limit: 4000-5000 words (including tables, figures, notes, and references as per APA style)

Publication Opportunities:
Selected papers shall be published in ISBN Book (BLOOMSBURY) and/or UGC Care/Scopus Indexed Journal after a thorough review process and subject to journal/publisher guidelines.

Registration Fees:


Early Bird Registration
(20 Sept 23)

Late Registration


200 INR

250 INR

Research Scholars

600 INR

800 INR

Faculty members

1200 INR

1500 INR

Industry professionals

2000 INR

2500 INR


250 INR

300 INR

Registration Link: For participation/submission of paper, it is mandatory to fill the registration form in the link given below . Please save the proof of payment for the registration process.

Payment Details: Fee payable through IMPS/NEFT

  • Name: Delhi Metropolitan Education
  • Bank: HDFC Bank Ltd
  • Account No: 50100187447560
  • IFSC Code: HDFC0001592
  • Branch: Sector 18, Noida

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Conference Theme

3rd Global Strategic Management Conference [GSMC 2022]

FinTech in Metaverse: Challenges, Opportunities & Future Trends

11th- 12th November 2022


Paper Tracks

Track 1:  FinVerse: Contemporary FinTech Universe and Challenges

Track 2: FinVate: Opportunities & Future Trends


Conference Team

Conference Convener: Dr. Shuchi Goel, Associate Professor

Conference Co-Convener: Dr. Rashmi Chawla,  Associate Professor

Conference Advisors: Prof (Dr.) Ravi Kant Swami and Prof (Dr.) Poorva Ranjan



Conference Brochure

Conference Special Newsletter

Author Declaration


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Conference Theme

2nd Global Strategic Management Conference [GSMC 2021]
Workplace Digitalisation: Challenges, Opportunities & Future Trends
13th-20th November 2021

Paper Tracks

Track 1: Technology Usage in Finance, Insurance, and Accounts workplace [FINTECH]

Track 2: Technology usage in the Marketing workplace [MARKTECH]

Track 3: Technology usage in Human Resource workplace [HRTECH]

Track 4: Technology usage in Education/Academic workplace [EDTECH]

Conference Team

Conference Convener: Dr. Seema Mam, Associate Professor
Conference Co-Convener: Dr. Pooja Sharma, Assistant Professor
Conference Advisors: Prof (Dr.) Ravikant Swami and Prof (Dr.) Poorva Ranjan


Conference Brochure
Conference Special Newsletter
Call for paper
Author Declaration

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Conference Theme

Ist Global Strategic Management Conference (GSMC 2020)

Remote Working

21st November-28th November 2020.

Paper Tracks

Track 1: Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence

Track 2:Social and Economic Aspects

Track 3: Environment and Sustainability

Track 4: Financial Aspects

Track 5: Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Conference Team

 Conference Convenors : Ms. Roli Wadhwa  and Ms. Parul Grover 

Conference Advisors: Prof (Dr.) Ravi Kant Swami,Prof (Dr.) Poorva Ranjan  and Dr. Swati Jain


Conference Brochure

Conference Special Newsletter

Call for paper

Conference Proceedings

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Conference Theme

Exploring Spiritual Foundations of Leadership and Management

 14th and 15th February 2020

Paper Tracks

 Track 1: HR through Spiritual Lens

Track 2: Indian Ethos and leadership

Track3: Spirituality in New Business paradigm

Track 4: Spiritual Route to Financial problems

Track5: Spirituality in Marketing

Track 6: Intersection of Spirituality and Technology

Track 7: Global Heritage of Spirituality

Track 8 : The Diverse Connotations of Spirituality

Conference Team


Prof (Dr.) Ravikant Swami

Prof. (Dr.) NK Bahl 

Prof. (Dr.) Ambrish Saxena

Dr. Swati Jain          

Dr. Poorva Ranjan


Ms Pooja Tripathi

Ms. Shanu Jain



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Conference Theme

National Conference Mergers & Acquisitions: Legal & Managerial Review

27th April 2019


Conference Team

Dr.Poorva Ranjan, Conference Convenor



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Conference Theme

National Conference on Global Economic Development and Environmental Issues

3rd February 2018