THE INDIAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY: CALL FOR AWARDS; DEADLINE:31ST DECEMBER 2018
The Indian Society of Criminology (ISC) was established in the year 1970. The Society was started with the objectives of advancing the study and application of criminology and allied sciences for the welfare of society and for facilitating co-operation among persons interested in the prevention and control of crime.
The society has instituted various awards in order to recognize the contributions of the academician and practitsioners since its inception (for more details please visit the website of ISC):
- The ISC – Kumarappa- Reckless Award was instituted in the year 1973 in order to recognize a person who has made significant contributions to teaching, research or administration (practitioner) in the broad field of Criminology or Criminal Justice Administration.
- The ISC- Dr. B.S. Haikerwal and Professor Sushil Chandra Awards for the Senior Social Scientist was instituted in the year 1989 to be presented to a senior social scientist for his /her contribution to criminology in the broad field of social sciences.
- The ISC – Professor S.S. Srivastava Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research in Criminology was instituted in the year 2005 to identify persons who have significantly contributed in Teaching and Research in Criminology.
- Fellow of the Indian Society of Criminology (FISC) are awarded to the persons who have helped to advance the objects of the society through the channel of the Indian Society of Criminology by participating in its activities and facilitating its growth.
Awards will be presented to the awardees during the inaugural and awards function of the 41st All India Criminology Conference of the Indian Society of Criminology be held on Friday, 01 February, 2019 at Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, TAMIL NADU.
Nominations may be sent to the Secretary, ISC at his official email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Award committee constituted by the Indian Society of Criminology will decide the awardees.