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Department of Law

Dr. Narender Nagarwal

Dr. Narender Nagarwal


LLB., LL.M., Ph.D. (Delhi University)

Assistant Professor


Contact Addresses:

Phone +91- 9564637077
Address(office) Department of Law, University of North Bengal, P.O.- NBU, Dist- Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin -734013, India.
e-Mail narender.nagarwal@gmail.com

Subject specialization: Constitutional Law, Human Rights.

Areas of Research Interest: Minorities Rights, Human Rights

No. of Ph.D. students: Nil 

No. of M.Phil. students: (a) Supervised: 04       (b) Ongoing: 07.

No. of Publications:        (a) Journal(s) : 30     ( b) Book(s) : 0 2           (c) Book chapter(s): 09

Achievement & Awards: Nil

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Training Programme/Refresher Course/Orientation Programme:

Selective List of Publications (Journals/Book/Book Chapter/Monographs etc.):

            Journals:
  1. Towards the Understanding of Human Rights of “Basic Needs”, Legal News and Views, October-2012, Page No. 18-21
  2. Secularism and the Minorities in India, Legal News and Views, November-2012, Page No. 2-4 & 8
  3. Targeted Violence against Minorities: Some Issues of Human Rights, Indian Human Rights Law Review-June 2013, Page No. 124-128
  4. Protective Discrimination in Favour of Minorities: An Analysis, India International Journal of Juridical Sciences, Page No. 58-68, March 2013.
  5. Gender Justice Ideology and the Indian Constitution-Analyzing Equality Rights, Indian Journal of Law and Justice, Page No. 111-123, Sept. 2013.
  6. Analyzing the Legal Framework of Human Rights of Migrant Workers, Indian Journal of Law and Justice, Page No. 99-112, March-2014.
  7. Arguing the Lethal Imaginaries of Terrorism and Methods of its Tackling-An Analysis under Politico-Legal Framework, Indian Journal of Secularism, Vol 19, Page 30-47, Oct-Dec 2015.
  8. Human Rights Mechanism against Untouchability and Caste based Discrimination against Dalits in India-An Analysis of Ground Realities, Human Rights and Duties, P. 403-411
  9. Book Review of Minorities and Indian Police: Asghar Ali Engineer, Shipra Pub. Mumbai, Indian Journal of Law and Justice, P. 207-209
  10. The Uniform Civil Code is No Magic Formula of All Gender Based Discrimination-An Analysis of Gender Based Discrimination under Personal Law of India, Uniform Civil Code and Personal Laws in India: Issues and Challenges .
  11. Police Criminality and Judicial Trends in India-A Legal Discourse from a Human Rights Perspective (Journal of Political Studies, NBU(Accepted for Publication) )

    Paper presented in National/International Conferences, Seminars, Workshop, Symposia:

  12. “Crisis of Indian Secularism and Minorities”, International Conference of Jurists 2009.
  13. “Implications of Globalization on Legal Education in India”, All India Law Teachers Congress National Conference on Private International Law, 2012.
  14. “Right to Wholesome Environment under Indian Constitution-An Analysis”, International Conference on Good Governance, Sustainable Development and Environment Justice in SAARC Region, 2012.
  15. “Affirmative Action for Minorities: A Legal Discourse on Human Rights and Constitutional Law Perspective”, National Seminar on Process of Inclusion and Development of Minorities in North East India, March 2014.
  16. “Analyzing the Legal Framework of Human Rights of Migrant Workers, National Seminar on Employment Laws in the Globalised Era: Changes and Trends in India, November 2013.
  17. “Human Rights Mechanism against Untouchability and Caste based Discrimination against Dalits in India-An Analysis of Ground Realities”, National Seminar on Human Rights and Duties-Issues and Challenges in SAARC Region, November-2014.
  18. Uniform Civil Code is No Magic Formula of All Gender Based Discrimination-An Analysis of Gender Based Discrimination under Personal Law of India, National Seminar on Uniform Civil Code and Personal Law in India, December-2014
  19. Constitution of India and its Major Threats: A Comprehensive Analysis of Problems of Sectarian Violence, Crisis of Secularism and Denial of Justice, National Seminar on Changing Dimensions of Legal System and Rule of Law: Emerging Trends in Constitutionalism