Call for Papers | 2-Day International Conference on Wildlife Conservation by Jagran Lakecity University: Submit by Sept 25

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About Jagran Lakecity University

Jagran Lakecity University (JLU) Bhopal is a private university established under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act 1956 and is based out of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. JLU Bhopal is one of the fastest growing and one of the most awarded universities of Central India having practice-based pedagogy at its core. Currently, the university is offering 50+ degree programs to more than 2500 students from 8 countries and 27 states of India.

About Centre for Sustainable Development and Environmental Law (CSDEL)

“We the People” as an integral part of the Environment must understand that environmental degradation will directly or indirectly disturb the ecological balance. In order to address environmental issues, the JLU-Faculty of Law with the intention of advancing legal education, research, and governance in the dynamic field of Environmental Law, established the Centre for Sustainable Development and Environmental Law.

The goal of the center is to sensitize every stakeholder to think and act responsibly toward the challenges in this domain. The aim of the centre is to promote environmental consciousness as well as the conduct of legal and interdisciplinary policy-relevant research and advocate for the causes relating to environmental protection, sustainable development, and education through fieldwork.

Wildlife Wing, Forest Department of Madhya Pradesh, India

Madhya Pradesh was the first state to enact the Wildlife Protection Act, of 1972, on January 25, 1973, On the heels of this, Kanha National Park would become one of the first nine Tiger Reserves of India. Thus began the post-independence history of Madhya Pradesh, which has the largest forest area in the country, 77,493 sq. km as per the Forest Survey of India’s 2021 report, comprising over 2,213 species of plants – home to about 90 species of mammals, 459 species of birds, and a vast diversity of other animals.

About the Conference

The Centre for Sustainable Development and Environmental Law takes immense pride in announcing the forthcoming International Conference that centers on the pivotal theme of “Wildlife Conservation: Bridging the Gap between Human and Nature.” This conference is not just an event; it is a call to action in recognition of the pressing need to harmonize human activities with the imperative preservation of wildlife and its intricate habitats.

Conference Objectives

  • To facilitate the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and research findings among experts in the field of wildlife conservation, fostering an environment of collaborative learning.
  • To identify and address the challenges faced in wildlife conservation due to human activities, such as habitat destruction, climate change, poaching, and urbanization Practices: To explore and promote sustainable practices that encourage a balance between.
  • To Promote Sustainable human development and the preservation of natural ecosystems.
  • To discuss policy frameworks and advocacy strategies that can strengthen wildlife conservation efforts and ensure the effective implementation of conservation measures.
  • To emphasize the importance of public awareness and education in creating a culture of wildlife conservation, inspiring individuals to take proactive roles in preserving biodiversity.

Mode of Conference

  • Indian Participants: In-Person
  • International Participants: Hybrid Mode


  1. Policymakers.
  2. Members and officers of Wildlife Conservation Boards.
  3. Representatives from Non-governmental Organizations (NGO’s).
  4. Representatives from Wildlife Conservation.
  5. Academicians, research scholars, and students from various disciplines.


The broad theme areas include (but are not confined to) the following

  • Co-existence with the wildlife.
  • Nurturing empathy for wildlife conservation.
  • Strategies for sustainable development.
  • Biodiversity conservation- emerging scenarios and future strategy.
  • Wildlife habitat ecology.
  • Climate change and wildlife.
  • Wildlife trafficking and illegal wildlife trade.
  • Conservation, education, and awareness.
  • Community-based conservation.
  • Any other topic related to Wildlife Conservation.

Submission Categories

  • Indian Participants
  • International Participants

For Abstract Submission

  1. Abstract submission must be strictly in MS Word format only.
  2. Submissions made in any other format shall not be considered.
  3. The MS Word file must be named in the manner which is as follows:
  4. Name of the Author and Co-author (if any) followed by title of the work. (e.g.: Author, co-author- title)
  5. Co-authorship is limited to a maximum of two authors.
  6. Multiple entries from the same author(s) shall lead to disqualification.
  7. Format for abstract submission: All submissions must be in Times New Roman, font size 12, justified, and with 1.5 line spacing, Paper size: A4 Sheet with a margin of 1 cm.
  8. The abstract shall not exceed more than 300 words including keywords (minimum 5). Author(s) name, designation, and affiliations should not be included in the abstract.

Abstract must be accompanied by a Cover page which must include the following details:

  1. Title of the Paper
  2. Name of the Author and Co-author (if any)
  3. Designation.
  4. Affiliation.
  5. Contact details of Author and Co-author (if any) (E-mail ID, Contact number, etc.,).

NOTE: In case of any ambiguity, final decision rests with the organising team.

For Manuscript Submission

  1. Manuscript submission must be strictly in MS Word format only.
  2. Submission made in any other format shall not be considered.
  3. The MS Word file must be named in the manner which is as follows:
  4. Name of the Author and Co-author (if any) followed by title of the work. (eg: Author, co-author- title)
  1. Main Body- The title of manuscript shall be followed by Name of the author(s) with their affiliation.
  2. All submissions must be made in the English language only. 
  3. The manuscript should be original and unpublished work of the author(s) and any form of plagiarism is strictly prohibited.
  4. Plagiarism criteria: 10 percent, excluding footnotes and bibliography.
  5. The word limit of the final submitted paper should be up to 4000 words.
  6. The author(s) must give a declaration of the originality of the work.
  7. The UGC Anti-plagiarism guidelines shall be adhered.

University Grants Commission (Promotion of Academic Integrity and Prevention of Plagiarism in Higher Education Institutions) Regulations –2017:,-2017.pdf

Self-plagiarism Public Notice:

  1. Author(s) shall solely be responsible for the accuracy of statements, opinion and view presented in the manuscripts.
  2. Format for main body: All submissions must be in Times New Roman, font size 12, justified and with 1.5 line spacing, Paper size: A4 Sheet with margin of 1 cm.
  3.  Format for footnotes: Times New Roman, font size 10, justified and with 1.5 line spacing.
  4. Footnotes Citation Method: Bluebook- 20th edition/ APA.
  5. Manuscript shall be submitted through the Google form (link will be provided to those participants who will register themselves after paying the registration fee).

NOTE: In case of any ambiguity, final decision rests with the organising team.

Registration Fee

International Participants/ Delegates (Per Author/ Participant)
Students (ID Cards mandatory)USD 10
Research Scholars (ID Cards mandatory)USD 12
Other ProfessionalsUSD 15
Participants (attendees)USD 10
National Participants/ Delegates (Per Author/ Participant)
Students (ID Cards mandatory)INR 800
Research Scholars (ID Cards mandatory)INR 1000
Other ProfessionalsINR 1200
Participants (attendees)INR 800
Note: 1. The organizers will not provide accommodation to any participant or paper presenter. Though we can provide a list of accommodation available near the University, we take no responsibility regarding the booking, quality or any other aspect relating to accommodation and travelling.
2. Conference kit, Lunch and High-tea is included in this registration fee.

Registration Process

Click Here To Register.

Mode of Payment

Link (For domestic participants):  Click Here.

International Participants will get all the details after submitting the Abstract.

Important Dates

  1. Last date for submission of Abstract: 25th of September 2023
  2. Intimation of acceptance of abstract: 28rd of September 2023
  3. Last date for the payment of registration fees: 2nd of October 2023
  4. Conference date: 5th and 6th of October 2023
  5. Last date for the Manuscript Submission: 15th of October 2023

Contact Information

  • Faculty In-charge: Ongmula Bhutia, +91- 8826860266
  • Student Convenor: Mr. Mayank Parashar, +91- 8755816936

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