About CARE

The Centre for Academic Research and Excellence (CARE) is a pioneering institution dedicated to the advancement of academic research and quality legal education under the Indian Centre for Child and Human Rights. CARE is a United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) affiliated Centre actively contributing to the realisation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through academic and research initiatives. CARE is driven by a clear and resolute mission to promote academic research and education. Its motto, “Promoting Academic Research and Education” encapsulates its unwavering commitment to empower scholars, researchers, students and legal professionals in their pursuit of knowledge and excellence.

Mission & Vision

CARE’s mission is to facilitate and nurture a culture of rigorous academic research, legal scholarship and promote educational excellence. Its vision is to become a global hub for legal academia, recognised for its contributions to evolving jurisprudence and fostering a community of scholars committed to academic research and legal education.

Core Objectives & Principles:

1. Research and Publication

2. Seminars/ Webinars and Sessions

3. Educational Programs

4. Advocacy and Awareness

5. Collaborative Research

6. Student Engagement

7. Mentorship Programs

Website: https://care.icchr.in/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/careofficial/

Objective of the event

The conference aims to bring together experts, professionals, researchers, students and enthusiasts from diverse backgrounds to explore and discuss the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in the intersection of technology, innovation, and societal impact. With a focus on four key thematic areas – Digital Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), Climate Change and Green Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Creativity, and Data Protection and Privacy – the conference endeavours to foster interdisciplinary dialogue, facilitate knowledge exchange, and inspire collaborative efforts towards sustainable development and ethical use of technology.

Through keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops, and networking sessions, the conference aims to provide a platform for participants to exchange insights, forge partnerships, and contribute to the advancement of technology in alignment with societal values and sustainable development goals.

 The conference will delve deeper into various facets of Digital Innovation and IPR, Climate Change and Green Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Creativity, and Data Protection and Privacy, offering a comprehensive exploration of these dynamic fields.

Important dates

 Abstract10th April 2024https://bit.ly/intellectopia-abstractsubmission
 Acceptance of abstract12th April 2024 
 Registration form12th – 19th April 2024https://bit.ly/intellectopia-registration
 Final paper19th April 2024https://bit.ly/intellectopia-finalpapersubmission
 PPT19th April 2024https://bit.ly/intellectopia-pptsubmission
 Paper presentation20th & 21st April 2024 

NOTE: Schedule for the Day 1 and Day 2 of the conference shall be communicated in an advance.

Theme for paper presentation

Theme 1: Digital Innovation and IPR

With the rise of digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT), there’s a growing need to adapt IPR frameworks to protect digital innovations. Issues such as data ownership, algorithmic transparency, and digital content piracy present new challenges for intellectual property law.

Theme 2: Climate Change and Green Technologies

As the world addresses climate change and transitions to a low-carbon economy, there’s increased focus on promoting innovation in green technologies such as renewable energy, energy storage, and sustainable agriculture. Intellectual property frameworks play a crucial role in incentivizing research and development in these areas while balancing the need for technology diffusion and accessibility.

Theme 3: Artificial Intelligence and Creativity

With the rise of AI-generated content, there are discussions about the attribution of authorship and copyright ownership in works produced by algorithms. Questions also arise regarding the liability for infringement and the ethical implications of AI in creative industries.

Theme 4: Data Protection and Privacy

The collection, use, and sharing of personal data in the digital economy raise concerns about privacy, data security, and individual rights. Emerging themes include the intersection of intellectual property rights with data protection regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union, and the development of privacy-preserving technologies.

Who can participate, categorization, and fee.

Only law student, Professionals, Academicians, Research Scholars, and Teachers can appear for the event.

1. Long Articles [Between 5000 and 8000 words]

Articles produced in this category are expected to strictly adhere to the theme. Fresh and novel ideas with a contemporary understanding of the topic are expected. For long articles, co-authors of up to two are permitted.

2. Essays [Between 3000 and 5000 words]

Essays submitted in this category are expected to be concise and clear, well within the ambit of the chosen theme. Balanced arguments under the issue are expected in the essays. They should be easily identifiable, engaging, and thought-provoking. For essays, co-authors of up to two are permitted.

Fee Payment:

Single author: 500/-

Author and co-author: 900/-

Author and 2 co-author: 1300/-

Registration process

Step 1: Abstract Submission

The acceptance of papers will be contingent upon the abstracts provided. Each submitted abstract will undergo a blind review process. Authors are required to submit a succinct abstract, ranging between 300 to 400 words, distinctly encapsulating the arguments delineated in their paper, prior to the stipulated deadline. The result for acceptance of abstract shall be communicate to you within 5 working days.

Step 2: acceptance of Abstract

The result for acceptance of abstract shall be communicate to you within 5 working days.

Upon receiving the acceptance mail, the participants are requested to register themselves. The abstracts will be reviewed and only shortlisted abstracts will be invited to submit final papers as well as to present them at the National Seminar.

Step 3: Registration:

Upon the conclusive selection of the abstracts, authors and co-authors are mandated to complete the registration process. Registration link shall pe sent to your respective mail id with the acceptance of Abstract.

Link: https://bit.ly/intellectopia-registration

Step 4: Fee Payment:

Upon payment of required fee author or team shall be eligible for paper presentation at  Intellectopia: Empowering Innovation Through Intellectual Property Rights (2 days National Conference and paper presentation by CARE)

Payment mode:

Step 5: Final Paper submission:

Academic papers, whose abstracts have been accepted and registered for the presentation in Intellectopia: Empowering Innovation Through Intellectual Property Rights (2 days National Conference and paper presentation by CARE, should submit their final papers before the specified deadline. The same should be submitted along with the PPT that is to be presented, adhering to the guidelines delineated for paper submission.

Link: https://bit.ly/intellectopia-finalpapersubmission

Step 6: paper presentation:

  • Each team shall be given 15 min. to present their paper, after presentation panel may ask question or seek for further clarification.
  • All the award shall be decided by the panel of judges and their decision shall be final.
  • All Presentations shall in zoom platform. (link shall be provided through itinerary of the event).

Submission guidelines

An abstract and final paper shall be submitted as an attachment in a word file. Abstracts will be peer reviewed before they are accepted. The following information, in the given format, should be sent along with the abstract;

Name of the Participant

Official Designation / Institution Details

Address and Email ID

Title of Abstract

Mobile No.

Note- The Submission of abstract and final paper will be only through the link provided in this broucher.

·  Full papers should be prepared (1) in the MS-Word format, (2) Font: Times New Roman, (3) Title of the paper: Font 14, (4) Subtitles: Font 13, (5) Body text: Font 12, (5) Spacing: 1.5 lines, and (6) should not exceed 8,000 words (including footnotes). Exceeding the word limit may lead to rejection of papers.

·  Submission of a paper amounts to consent to such publication and transfer of copyright to The Centre for Academic Research and Excellence (CARE) and consent to edit the paper as may be required. The author shall cooperate with the editor, in respect of such editing.

·  All references must be in the form of footnotes with font size 10 and should be according to the Bluebook 21st Edition.

·  The work should be original, previously unpublished and must not be in the stage of submission/ consideration elsewhere.

· Any plagiarised work will be out rightly rejected.

· Maximum plagiarism is up to 15%


  • Best paper: 10,000/-
  • Second paper presenter: 5,000/-
  • All the selective papers shall be published in CARE journal.
  • Top 10 papers will be given certificate of merit.
  • Participation certificates will be given to all the paper presenters.
  • Top 5 authors will be given internship opportunity (virtual mode) at CARE.
  • Top 3 paper presenters will be given internship opportunity (virtual mode) at Zedroit.

Organizing committee.

Office Bearers

Pritam Kumar (Office of Convenor)

Dipendu Das (Office of Patron)


Gautam Kumar, Mobile:9354523982

E – mail: gautammehta152@gmail.com


Sharad Yadav,Mob: 6394612958

Praveen Kumar, Mobile: 8874894034


Leave a Reply

Avatar placeholder

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *