National Seminar Criminology, Crime and the Criminal Justice System
An insight in the contemporary age of science and technology at the National Seminar Criminology, Crime and the Criminal Justice System
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THE NATION BUILDERS UNIVERSITY
TWO DAYS NATIONAL SEMINAR
University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Dehrcidun, Utturkhand
College of Legal Studies
Organized by :
Seminar Workshop Conference Committee
CRIMINOLOGY, CRIME AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM :
AN INSIGHT IN THE CONTEMPORARY AGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
21st - 22nd Nov, 2015
We cordially invite the academicians, researchers, representatives of the Civil Society
and Student research scholars to submit their research papers on the sub-themes
to be covered in different technical sessions during the National Seminar
Dr. Tabrez Ahmad, Director CoLS, UPES - Chairman
Dr. Saroj Bohra, Dr. Vinita Singh Ms. Pallavi Arora
Convenor C0'C0nVen0r C0-Convenor
Babandeep Kaur Abhinav Bhardwaj Kunal Dey
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University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) was established in the year
2003 through UPES Act, 2003 of the State Legislature of Uttarakhand. With an
ambitious vision and unique approach, UPES emerged as an innovative institution
offering industry-focused specialized graduate, post graduate and doctoral programs
in key areas such as Energy, Infrastructure, Transportation, Information Technology and
Legal Process. The university endeavours to be recognized as a 'Nation Builders
University' with a progressive vision of creating specialized professionals in the core
sectors that can contribute in the economic growth of the country. The university's
objective is to develop domain specific and competent technocrats, professionals and
managers who are ready to join the core industries. Advanced teaching methodologies,
innovative and updated curricula and the focus on 'on-the-iob exposure' give UPES
students the edge to be readily deployable in the chosen field.
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UPES College of Legal Studies has been a pioneer in grooming modern day
legal professionals with a multidisciplinary edge since its inception in 2007. The
objective at CoLS is to produce competent and strong legal professionals for the future.
Global corporations across the world need legal guidance for execution of various
corporate affairs such as collaborations, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures,
technology transfers, patents & intellectual property rights, labor laws etc. and what
makes CoLS stand apart is the inclusion of techno-legal programs such as LLM with
specialization in Energy Laws and several specialized programs including Computer
Science & Engineering + LLB with specialization in Cyber Laws which is a field of prime
importance in the future.
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Criminology is an interdisciplinary science concerned with the causes of criminal
behavior and society's responses and reactions to crime. The criminologist, study the
behavior patterns, backgrounds, and sociological trends of criminals. Unlike
criminology, where the primary focus is on the study and analysis of crime, criminal
iustice revolves around the societal system(s) set up to address criminal behavior and the
perpetrators of crimes. The purpose of Cr. Justice System is to prevent and control crime
and to provide and maintain iustice. It includes organizations like local law enforcement,
State and federal law enforcement, courts and corrections. The three main components
of the criminal iustice system include: law enforcement, the courts and corrections. These
components are intended to prevent and punish criminal behavior. While both fields are
different, but certainly, both criminal iustice and criminology are related fields of study,
criminologists and criminal justice professionals work together in the criminal justice
system to thwart crime. Over time, criminology has changed profoundly as criminal
justice systems have evolved. In fact, it was the unequal criminal justice systems of the
18'“ century that lead to the formation of criminology as an area of study. The
definition of crime is problematic, largely because acts defined as criminal vary
acrosstime and culture and even within cultures. Many criminologists feel that because
crimes are social constructions, we cannot define what real crimes are and who the real
criminals are. As society changes what is defined as crime changes. The developments
in science and technology in recent past have come about in fast stride and have
contributed in the building of the nation but such advancements triggered numerous
challenges which demands for apposite and immediate consideration and social
response as it appears that present regulatory framework is out of place or
inadequate. To comprehend the different facets of such development there is
persistentprerequisite, particularly in context of criminal law, to devote concerted
attention to these challenges.
Call for Papers
We cordially invite the academicians, researchers, representatives of the
Civil Society and student research scholars to submit their research papers on the sub-
themes to be covered indifferent technical sessions during the National Seminar in
“Criminology, Crime And Criminal Justice System: An Insight In The Contemporary Age
of Science And Technology".
1. Race, Ethnicity, Social Structure and Crime.
Technology, Crime and its changing Patterns
Cross-border and Transnational crimes: Complexities
Dilemmas in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice Technology in 21“ century- Crime Prevention and Policing
Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice
Contemporary Crime discourse and depiction
Submissions are to be made only in electronic form. The same may be e-
mailed to swc@ddn. upes. ac. in (in MS Word format) along with a covering letter
addressed to Organizing Committee.
A brief summary of paper not exceeding 500 words including objective,
methodology, finding, impIication, limitations and key words must be submitted. The
abstract must be developed on A4-sheet in Word Document Format typed in Times
New Roman in I 2 font size with 1.5 line spacing. The abstract should contain personal
details of the author(s) in the order mentioned below. Title of the paper, name,
designation, Institute/ University/ College/ Organization, contact number, e-mail and
address(es), of the author. Kindly indicate the name of the corresponding author in
case of two or more authors. All abstracts will be peer reviewed and evaluated on the
basis of originality, research rigor, relevance to the conference, and contribution to the
theory and practice.
The full paper must be typed on A4- sheet in MS Word Document, Times New
Roman, l 2 font size with 1.5 line spacing. Ideally the length of the paper should not
exceed 6000 words excluding tables and references. Cover page of the final paper
should indicate the title of the paper and an abstract, and contain personal details of
the author(s). The main text should begin from the next page.
We encourage potential contributors to adhere to a uniform mode of citation
throughout the whole work. All queries may be directed to the above-mentioned e-
Seminar Souvenir including all the selected abstracts will be released in Inaugural.
Best paper each theme, judged by the Conference Committee, will be published with
Rules for the Participation
O No abstract or full paper shall be accepted after the last date of submission
0 Participants/ Paper Presenters have to register after the acceptance of abstract
withpayment of required fees to be deposited in the bank account.
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Only registered participants will be allowed to take part in National Seminar.
0 All the registered participants will be provided a participation certificate,
conference kit, lunch and tea.
0 Limited free accommodation during the conference is available on first come
basis. Please indicate your need for such services in Registration Form.
Otherwise the participants have to make their own arrangement for
Accommodation. No TA/ DA will be provided to participants. No
accommodation will be provided to accompanying person who is participating
or presenting paper in seminar.
0 All C0 Authors have to register separately.
Last date of submission of Abstract : 20.10.2015
Intimation of Acceptance of abstract : 25.10.2015
Last date of Full Paper submission : 14.1 1.2015
Last date of registration : 30.10.2015
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CRIMINOLOGY, CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM:
AN INSIGHT IN THE CONTEMPORARY AGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
21st — 22nd Nov, 2015
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