CfP: National Conference on the Criminal Justice System in India at Rama University, Kanpur [Feb 21-22]: Submit by Feb 1

About the institutes

Rama University (RU) is an educational endeavour of Rama Group. Rama University was established vide U.P. Act No. 1 of 2014 as passed by the State Legislature and recognized by UGC, Govt. of India, under section 2(f) of the UGC Act 1956.

Faculty of Juridical Sciences, FJS: The Faculty of Juridical Sciences is an innovative educational community with a belief of preparing students for global leadership in judiciary, academia, business and government.FJS is established in 2015 and approved by the Bar Council of India & UGC.

About the Conference

Criminal law in India is in a state of flux and its contours have been constantly evolving both in substance as well as the way it is implemented.

The recent development in criminal law results in the boarding of the areas of substantive law and more narrowing of the scope of procedural safeguards through special laws. The amendments to the Indian Penal Code 1860, The India Evidence Act, 1872 and The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, with respect to the Criminal Justice System reflect the finer balance between effective crime control and individual freedom.

However, the interest of the victim of a crime has not been adequately emphasized. This national conference is meant for a meaningful discussion and debate. The outcome of the conference could propose suggestions regarding the effective and smooth functioning of the Criminal Justice System.


Graduate Students/Post-graduate Students/Academicians/Research Scholars/Other Law Professionals


For the purpose of this seminar, the themes and sub-theme are listed below are indicative of relevant research areas to give the prospective authors innovative prepositions about the ambit of discussion during the course of the seminar. However, the authors may draw upon issues not limited to but touching upon the same for abstract submission and paper presentation.

  1. Impact of Criminology on Criminal Law
  2. Trend of Violent Crime
  3. Restorative Criminal Justice System
  4. Criminalization of Politics and Crime Prevention
  5. Role of Police, Legislatures, Judiciary, in Crime Prevention
  6. Access to Justice for Victims & Witnesses
  7. Capital punishment and the Criminal Justice System
  8. Role of forensic science in criminal Justice System
  9. Women and the Criminal Justice System
  10. Need for new Criminal Jurisprudence
  11. Victimology: compensation and Restitution
  12. Custodial Jurisprudences and criminal Justice System
  13. Justice To Victims & Fair Trial
  14. Reformation Of Criminal Justice System
  15. Moral Policing In India
  16. White Collar Crimes
  17. Organized Crimes
  18. Honour Killing
  19. Pink collar crimes

Abstract/Paper submission E-mail id: cjsi[at]

The selected papers after scrutiny will be considered for publication in our university journal “International Journal of Juridical Studies & Research”.


Faculty of Juridical Sciences, RAMA UNIVERSITY, UTTAR PRADESH, MANDHANA, KANPUR – 209217

Registration Procedure

Register yourself with the online registration form available HERE. 

Fee Details

Last date for Registration: 20th February 2020

Under Graduate Students: Rs. 500/-

Post-graduate Students/Academicians/Research Scholars/Other Professionals: Rs. 1000/-

On Spot Registration: 21st and 22nd February 2020

Under Graduate Students: Rs. 1,000/-

Post-graduate Students/Academicians/Research Scholars/Other Professionals: Rs. 1,000/-


Last date for Abstract Submission1 Feb 2020
Intimation of acceptance of abstracts5 Feb 2020
Last date for Submission of full papers15 Feb 2020
Last date for payment of registration fee21 Feb 2020
Dates of the Conference21 and 22 Feb 2020.

Contact info

Faculty of Juridical Sciences, Rama University, Uttar Pradesh, Mandhana, Kanpur – 209217

Conference mail id: cjsi[at]

For submissions and full details, click here.

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