A Two Day National Seminar on Criminal Justice System in India- Recent Trends is being organized by the University College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad. University College of Law is one of the oldest traditional colleges in India with a glorious history of more than 100 years.
About the seminar
Crimes are universal phenomena, which have the capacity of destabilizing the equilibrium of the society. Criminal wrongs cause irreparable damage to an individual and to the society at large. As the society is developing, criminal acts are also emerging with new forms. Apart from the traditional crimes, new types of criminal conducts have been experienced by the victims. There is a steep rise of incidents of crimes against women are also increasing.
India is known for its justice since times immemorial. Judiciary is independent and the penal philosophy in India has accepted the concept of prevention of crime and rehabilitation of criminals, which have been reiterated by many judgments of the Supreme Court. It is the state which undertakes the responsibility to prosecute and punish the offenders and by treating the victims as mere witness. Keeping in view the fundamental and human rights of the citizens, the Indian criminal laws were amended in 2013 and 2015. In view of the recent amendments to criminal laws, the University College of Law, Osamia University is conducting a Two-Day National Seminar to discuss the importance and impact of the amendments made to criminal laws by eminent judges, advocates, law teachers, law experts, and NGOs. This seminar is going to benefit the students of law, law teachers, police personnel and also the common man.
Objectives of the seminar
- To analyze impact of the recent amendments made to criminal laws in India.
- To scrutinize the amendments made to criminal laws relating to women.
- To analyze the amendments relating to cyber-crimes.
- To suggest measures for effective implementation of the recent amendments
- To evaluate the role of the state, police and society for proper implementation of the amendments.
- Women and Children as victims of crime
- Adequacy of existing criminal laws in tackling the modern crimes relating to women specifically.
- Increasing incidence of cyber crimes: challenges of investigation, prosecution and justice delivery.
- Emergence of new crimes and difficulties in punishing the criminals, role of judiciary, NGO’s and media.
- Criminal law and women’s health. Psychological effects.
- Human rights of women under criminal law.
- Criminal law and constitutional safeguards
- Contemporary developments in criminal justice system in the world.
- Judicial response to crime against women in India.
- Juvenile delinquency and recent changes in the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act, 2000.
** It may be noted that the above themes are only illustrative in nature.
- Last date for submission of the extract: 30th January 2016.
- Intimation of acceptance of abstract: 5th February 2016.
- Last date for submission of full paper: 13th February 2016
- Last date for registration and online payment of registration fee for the seminar: 1st March
- Request for intimation for accommodation: 1st March
- For academicians, judicial officers, advocates and out station participants – Rs. 1,000/-
- Students and scholars – Rs. 500/-
For further details contact: Dr. B. Vijayalaxmi, Asst. prof and Vice Principal at 8121892682 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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