Theme of the Conference:
The focus of the conference is to assess the functioning of the crucial components of criminal justice administration i.e. law enforcement agencies, prosecution, judiciary and corrections including the challenges involved in the administration of justice in India with an effort to evolve strategies for a more effective mechanism for better administration.
Criminal Justice and Constitutional guarantees
Principles of Fair Trial
Plight of victims in criminal justice system
Commutation of Death Penalty and death row phenomenon
Police Reforms initiatives
Criminal investigation: Challenges for law enforcement agencies
Cyber Crime investigation – issues
Role of Forensic Science in criminal justice administration
Prosecution and Defence in Criminal Justice system
Inherent jurisdiction of High Court Appreciation of evidence
Efficiency of courts and criminal justice process
Prison Reforms in India – Challenges
Juvenile Delinquency and the new legal regime on juvenile justice
Note: Seminars and Conferences at NCU Law School are not intended to provide a stage for discussing overview/introduction/fundamentals of law. Issues discussed herein are to be treated and addressed as ‘Research Topics’ leading to intellectual discussion and debate. Papers are required to evidence the author’s sound understanding of criminal justice system. Hence, papers whose contents are substantially generic in nature are likely to be summarily rejected during the course of reviewing.
Call for papers:
Research papers are invited from Scholars, Researchers, Practitioners, Academicians and Students on issues related to the above theme. Authors of selected papers will be given an opportunity to present their papers in the conference. Joint authorship is permitted, subject to a maximum of two co-authors. On approval through a peer-reviewing process, the best papers shall be published in a book with ISBN.
Guideline for Submission of Papers:
A brief profile of the author indicating his/her designation, email ID, contact number and address has to be sent along with the abstract (250-300 words) of the paper to the Organizing Committee. The Full Length Paper should not exceed 6000 words excluding footnotes. It should be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 with 1.5” line spacing and 10 pt for the footnotes on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides using MS Word. Use of Blue Book style of referencing and footnote is encouraged.
Deadline of Abstract Submission : March 15, 2017
Notification of Acceptance of abstract : March 18, 2017
Last Date for receiving of Demand Draft : March 25, 2017
Deadline of Full Paper Submission : March 31, 2017
Date of Conference : April 8, 2017
Abstracts have to be emailed to the following: firstname.lastname@example.org After acceptance of the abstract, the full paper should also be sent to the same email-id.