A Constitution is an organic Instrument. It is a fundamental law of the Nation. Part III of the Indian Constitution, Articles 14 to 35 deal with the fundamental rights. In India, both rights and duties have been imposed upon the State by the Constitution in the form of Fundamental Rights. Fundamental Rights are basic inherent human rights. Fundamental Rights are guaranteed rights because they are given by the Constitution and guarantee is given by the Constitution. Fundamental Rights are protected rights. No person, Union or State can violate them. Fundamental Rights are enforceable rights because the Supreme Court is the protector, guardian and sentinel of fundamental rights under Article 32. Although they are not absolute in nature and reasonable restrictions can be imposed on them.

Concept of Fundamental Duties for the citizens has been introduced by the 42nd amendment. Although these fundamental duties are not enforceable, but there exist a wide range of duties that bind us in everyday life. These duties are owed both to the state and to individuals. There is a legal duty to pay taxes, to refrain from committing violence against fellow-citizens, and to follow other laws that Parliament has enacted. Breach of these legal duties triggers financial consequences (fines), or punitive measures like imprisonment. Duties follow a simple logic that peaceful co-existence requires a degree of self-sacrifice, and that if necessary, this must be enforced through the set of sanctions.

Call for Chapters

We are looking forward to receive research papers from the Students, Researchers, Academicians, etc. The research paper should address the key issues and highlight different views and arguments in the present scenario. Some suggestions should also be put forth by the authors for improving the present situation. Every Research Paper should be accompanied by an Abstract of 200 to 300 words mentioning the Title of the Paper, Theme, Sub Theme, Name of the Author and Co-Author, E-mail Address, Postal Address and Contact Number of the Author/Co-Author. The Abstract should mention the novelty of the idea which the author wishes to put forth. It should also mention the outcome of the Research Paper.


  • Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights
  • Fundamental Rights and its Custodians
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Freedom of Speech & Expression
  • Right to Equality
  • Fundamental Rights vis-z-vis Prisoners’ Rights
  • Fundamental Rights and Their Protection
  • Relationship between Fundamental Rights and DPSP
  • Relation between Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
  • Relation between Fundamental Duties and DPSP
  • Article 21 and The Role of Indian Judiciary
  • Fundamental Rights and Reservation
  • Role of Media
  • Right to Information Act 2005 and Fundamental Rights
  • Public Interest Litigation and Fundamental Rights
  • Right to Speedy Justice and aspects of Fundamental Rights
  • Prospectiveness and Retrospectiveness of Implementation of Fundamental Rights
  • Right to Privacy
  • Right to Proper Health Infrastructure- Pre, Post and Contemporary Covid-19 Era
  • Violation of Fundamental Rights and its Consequences
  •  Fundamental Rights and their role in Criminal Justice System
  • Fundamental Rights and IPR 
  • Fundamental Rights with Special Reference to Women and Children
  • Fundamental Rights and Genocidal Acts in India
  • Fundamental Rights and Supremacy of Legislature
  • Fundamental Rights and Minorities
  • Fundamental Rights and Custodial Violence
  • Fundamental Rights and Rights to Laborers in Covid-19 Era
  • Right to Live with Dignity
  • Euthanasia and Right to Die
  • Impact of Public Policy on Fundamental Rights
  • Disability Rights vis a vis Fundamental Rights
  • Fundamental Rights and Reproductive Freedom
  • Fundamental Rights and Gender Specific Rights
  • Fundamental Rights and Integrity and Security of India
  • Terrorism and Fundamental Rights
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as an Effective Mechanism for Safeguard of Fundamental Rights
  • Freedom of Press
  • Media Trials and Fundamental Rights
  • Right to Free Legal Aid

This list is just illustrative and not exhaustive. Researchers are welcome to submit papers on any topic which is related to the main theme.

Word Limit

The word limit for Research Paper (inclusive of Abstract) is between 2000 words (minimum) to 4000 words (maximum) This word limit is inclusive of footnotes. The word limit must be strictly adhered to by the participants. Each participant is required to submit an anti-plagiarism declaration along with the paper stating that his/her paper is an original and bona fide piece of research work and that it has not been published or being considered for publication elsewhere.


Co-Authorship is allowed. However, there can be a maximum of one author and two co-authors in one research paper (i.e., up to 3 authors total). There is no participation fee for the contributors. Students, Researchers, Academicians, Advocates, Doctors, Practitioners, etc. are encouraged to participate. On selection of the article, the compiled manuscript will be published (Soft Copy) with ISBN number and hardcopy will be given at later stage on payment basis on demand of the author.


The authors are free to use any referencing style, following Times New Roman Font, 12 Font size with bold headings and space lining 1.5.

Important Dates

1. Last date for Paper Submission – 10th January 2022.

2. Acceptance/Rejection of Paper submitted – Within a week of submission.

3. Tentative Date of Publication – 31st January 2022 (Soft Copy) and the hardcopies can be ordered at later stage.

4. The papers should be sent by e-mail to latest by 10th January 2022. Papers submitted after the last date shall not be considered for publication.


The selected papers will be published in ISBN numbered Book.


Dr. Chander Parkash Singh                                                                Dr. Ajaymeet Singh

Contact: 8716022020

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