CT Institute of Law holds International e-Conference on Conservation of Environment

More than 60 delegates present their papers in virtual conference

CT Institute of Law holds International e-Conference on Conservation of Environment
A screenshot of virtual international conference organised by CT Institute of Law.

Jalandhar, May 19, 2022: The CT Institute of Law, South Campus, Shahpur organized a Virtual International Conference on Conservation of Environment and Law in which speakers participated from various National Law Schools. More than 60 delegates presented their papers and shed light upon many sensitive and burning issues relating to the environment such as global warming, conservation of ecology and biodiversity, sustainable development, protection of wildlife and forest and nuclear energy and environment were the main areas of approach of the speakers.

Dr. Jasdeep Kaur Dhami, Director Research at CT Group welcomed the speakers and presenters and also shared her views about sensitivity of the environment protection.

The keynoted speaker namely Rania Lampou, Global Educator, STE Minstrues Greece, enlightened on Environmental Education and Stem Activities. She emphasized on importance of environmental law and historical background of environmental law in the European Union and also gave a deep knowledge about community environmental policy.

Prof. (Dr.) C.R. Jilova, Department of Law, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, provided knowledge regarding Sustainable Development and Environment Protection through Judiciary.

Dr. Kalpana Gopalan IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Karnataka, shared views about actionable sustainability for the ordinary Indians. She said that this type of conference not only brings all the researchers, students to one platform, but it also inculcates the research culture among the entire fraternity of Education in the country, thereby, contributing to the development of the nation.

Dr. Cholaraja Mudimannan, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Delhi University threw light on Environment Protection and Constitution of India. He said, “This conference will be a significant one and would provide a wonderful opportunity for the fellow educators and the research scholars to share and exchange their ideas on environment related issues.

While addressing the participants, Principal, CT Institute of Law Dr. Yugdeep Kaur thanked the participants and guests for joining this conference and making it a success and said that such discussions play a vital role in the overall development of the field at large.