Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code


Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) was established in Punjab in 2006 by the State Legislature to provide a centre of excellence for legal education. It is approved by the Bar Council of India and registered with the University Grants Commission. RGNUL was accredited with ‘A’ grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in 2015 and granted autonomy under UGC Regulations in 2018. It was also ranked as the cleanest government residential university by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 2019.


IBBI is a regulatory body established under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. It oversees the implementation of the Code, which consolidates and amends the laws related to reorganization and insolvency resolution. IBBI regulates Insolvency Professionals, Insolvency Professional Agencies, Insolvency Professional Entities, and Information Utilities. It enforces rules for corporate insolvency resolution, corporate liquidation, individual insolvency resolution, and individual bankruptcy under the Code. Additionally, IBBI is responsible for promoting the development of, and regulating the practices of, insolvency professionals, agencies, and information utilities. It is also designated as the ‘Authority’ under the Companies (Registered Valuers and Valuation Rules), 2017 for the regulation and development of valuers in the country.


The Centre for Business Laws and Taxation (CBLT) is dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary research on business laws and taxation. They achieve this through a variety of activities such as webinars, conferences, workshops, moot court competitions, credit and noncredit courses, newsletters, blog series, and research. These initiatives provide a platform for professionals and academics to collaborate and share knowledge, insights, and best practices in the field of business law and taxation.


The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 is a recent law that consolidates and simplifies the insolvency resolution and bankruptcy process which was previously scattered in various laws. The implementation of the Act is based on four pillars, including creditors, insolvency professionals, adjudicatory mechanism, and resolution applicants. The new regime aims to shorten the time for resolution of debts and cut down delays in the recovery of dues of creditors. In this backdrop, it is desirable to analyse the implementation of the Code, its impact, its efficacy and its interaction with other laws like Securities and Exchange Board of India Act (SEBI) and FEMA etc. Attending the conference on IBC can provide valuable insights on the changes brought by the new law and how it can benefit businesses and individuals.


We are thrilled to announce that EBC-SCC is our exclusive knowledge partner for the Conference to be held on 17-18 November, 2023. EBC publishes a wide range of legal commentaries, student texts, law reports and digests, and its products include pioneering works both in the print and electronic medium. With a list of over 550 authoritative and well-known titles, it is well recognised for its contribution to legal literature worldwide. Reliable and comprehensive law reporting of the Supreme Court of India has been achieved through EBC’s weekly law report since 1969, the Supreme Court Casesâ„¢. Now running into nearly 300 volumes, it is the leading law report of India with a very wide circulation and readership. Its high quality and meticulous standards have earned for it the respect and admiration of the entire legal community, and it is today the most preferred and cited law report in all law courts.


Last Date of Registration: 25th October 2023

Final Paper Submission: 25th October 2023

Registration and Payment portal link available here.


  • The research papers should pertain to any of the sub-themes of the conference.

  • Participants shall be required to submit an abstract of around 350 words.

  • Abstract shall also contain, name of the author/authors, email Id of the author/s contact number and designation.

  • Full paper shall not exceed 6000 words. It shall be typed in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 on A4 size paper on any of the sub-themes of the conference with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word.

  • Abstracts and papers shall be required to be emailed at

  • Citation shall be strictly in accordance with Bluebook (20th Edition).

  • University may publish selected papers. Selection of papers for publication shall be the exclusive discretion of the University.


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