Venue: National Law Institute University

Location: Bhopal, MP, India

Event Date/Time: Jan 16, 2008 End Date/Time: Jan 18, 2008
Early Registration Date: Dec 15, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Dec 15, 2008
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(16, 17 and 18 January 2008)

Organized by

Centre for Civil & Criminal Justice Administration


It is with great pleasure, we invite you to participate in the 31st All India Criminology Conference to be held during 16, 17 and 18, January 2008 at the Campus of NLIU, Bhopal, (MP), India.


The Conference will have the participation of
· Academicians in the field of Criminology & Criminal Justice Administration, Law, Social Work, Sociology Psychology and other social sciences.
· Practitioners and administrators in the field of Criminal Justice Administration including Hon’ble judges, police and prison officials
· Representatives of the Civil Society – NGOs, Media and other Activist Groups.

Focal Theme:

Strengthening Criminal Justice Administration

Sub Themes :

A. Crimes Against Women and Children

a. Forms of Crimes against Women and Children
b. Trafficking in Women and Children
c. Legal Measures to prevent crimes against women and children
d. The Role of Police and Judiciary in prevention & control of crimes against women and children

B. Cyber Crime: Agenda for Legal Reforms

a. Emerging patterns of Cyber Crimes
b. Victims and offender characteristics in cyber crime
c. Legal measures to prevent and control cyber crimes
d. The Role of Criminal justice functionaries and Internet Service Providers in dealing with cyber crimes

C. Towards Victim Justice System and Victimological Jurisprudence: Emerging Paradigms in CJS

a. “Post U.N. Declaration on Victims” scenario in India – Assessment of Victims position in India
b. Restoring balance between victim and offender in Indian Criminal Justice System
i. Sentence and Sentencing
ii. Re-classification of Criminal Courts

c. Scope of legal and institutional reforms for victims of crime
d. Issues and concerns of victims and witness protection in the Criminal Justice System


Papers on the above themes are invited. Full Papers together with abstracts may be sent to Prof. Dr.G.S. Bajpai, Organizing Secretary, 31st All India Criminology Conference, National Law Institute University, Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal – 462 044 (one hard copy and one soft copy in a CD) or to iscnliuconference08@gmail.com before 15th December 2007. Papers received after this date will not be considered. The delegates submitting full-length paper by due date will be scheduled for presentation subject to the recommendation by the screening committee.


Research papers based on empirical studies are invited only from young research scholars/students below the age of 35 years for presentation at the scientific session. The paper adjudged as the best one will be awarded the ISC Gold Medal. The last date for sending this paper is November 30, 2007 and the papers for scientific session and the award should be sent to Dr.S. Latha, Secretary, Indian Society of Criminology, University of Madras, Chennai 600 005.


Request for registration of delegates should reach Prof.G.S. Bajpai, Organizing Secretary in the enclosed form along with a Demand Draft negotiable at Bhopal in favour of “Organizing Secretary, 31st All India Criminology Conference, Bhopal” on or before 15th December 2007 along with the details of the accommodation preferred. Accommodation will be provided on the basis of “First Come First Serve”. The status of the registration, accommodation and paper presentation can be enquired through email: iscnliuconference08@gmail.com


The registration fee for the delegates, which will include the cost of lodging and boarding and the conference material, will be as follows:


Registration on or before 15th December 2007 - Rs. 1000 (Rs. 700/- for Registration + Rs. 300/- for 3 days accommodation)

Registration after the last date – Rs. 1300 (Rs. 1000/- for Registration + Rs. 300/- for 3 days accommodation)

Student Delegates who present paper

Registration on or before 15th December – Rs. 400 /- (inclusive of accommodation for 3 days (January 16-18,2008), Rs. 100/for every excess day prior or later)

Registration after the last date – Rs. 600/- ((inclusive of accommodation for 3 days (January 2008), Rs. 100/for every excess day prior or later)

In case of non-acceptance of the paper, they will be considered in the category of ‘students without paper’ and in such cases they will have to send the difference of amount by demand draft before the arrival.

Student Delegates who do not present a paper

Registration on or before 15th December – Rs. 600 /- (inclusive of accommodation for 3 days (January 16-18,2008), Rs. 100/for every excess day prior or later)

Registration after the last date – Rs. 800/- ((inclusive of accommodation for 3 days (January 16-18, 2008) , Rs. 100/for every excess day prior or later)

This is for all to please note that on- the-spot registration will not be entertained. The organizers will not be responsible for arrangements for those who turn up without registration. Registration requests, in any case, will not be accepted after 31st December 2007.

Accompanying person

Rs. 600/- per head for boarding and lodging during conference days. The number of accompanying persons with their age to be provided with the registration form. The accompanying persons will not be provided with conference material.

The accommodation mentioned is of moderate nature in and around campus and those interested in getting accommodated in hotels may contact the conference secretariat well in advance about their requirement and budget.

Foreign Delegates

Registration on or before 15th December 2007 - US $ 100

Registration after the last date – US $ 150

Accommodation for the foreign delegates can be booked on request and the actual charges may be paid on the spot.

Registration fee once paid will not be refundable even if the enrollee does not turn up for the conference. However, conference material in such cases can be obtained from the Conference Secretariat within 15 days after the conferences is over. Delegates desiring official deputation to the conference may kindly write to Prof.G.S.Bajpai, Organizing Secretary to the above-mentioned address.

Transport Facilities

Courtesy transport will be available for the delegates from Bhopal Railway Station to the places of their stay from January 15- 18, 2008.

About NLIU

The NLIU has earned a front line status of an institution imparting quality legal education. In its brief journey of less than a decade, it has been able to carve a niche for itself. This University now stands as one of the most reputed legal institutions in the country and it has been rated as one of the best law universities in the country. Situated on hillocks surrounded by the lakes and valleys and clouded with amicable weather, the NLIU has state of art modern facilities and infrastructure. The campus is wi-fi enabled and the library has huge collections of books and journals.

About Bhopal

The city of Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, is a fascinating amalgam of scenic beauty, historicity and modern urban planning and is located in the centre of Indian map. It has emerged as a quality center for all kind of professional education. Historically, Raja Bhoja had founded Bhojapal way back in the 11th century and has now gradually come to be known as ‘Bhopal’. The two elegant lakes of Bhopal dominate the city. The old city boasts of the aristocratic imprint of its former rulers with its teeming market places and fine old mosques and palaces. The new city is ever developing with its well- laid out parks and gardens, broad avenues and streamlined modern edifices. The tourist’s are attracted through out the year to the historical monuments of the city like Taj-ul-Masjid, Jama Masjid, Moti Masjid, Shukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil, Gohar Mahal. Other attractions include Bharat Bhawan, Government Archaeological Museum, Van Vihar,etc. At a short distance from the city are famous spots such as the ‘Stupa’ at Sanchi, Bhim Bhetika, the renowned ‘Shiva Temple’ at Bhojpur and the list goes on…

Bhopal is very well connected with rail, road and air network from all corners of the country.

Weather- The weather during the conference time will be varying between 12 degree (min) and 25 degree(max).

Prof. Dr. Balraj Chauhan
National Law Institute University
Bhopal(MP), India
Organizing Committee
31st All India Criminology Conference


(January 16-18, 2008)


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Filled in form to be sent to:

Prof. G.S. Bajpai
Organizing Secretary
31st All India Criminology Conference and
National Law Institute University,
Kerwa Dam Road,
Bhopal – 462 044(MP) India

Numbers for contact (Phone and Fax):

Prof.G.S. Bajpai – 0755 –2696965(Tel & Fax), 2696705,
Ext. 102 and 139
09302920017 (M)
Dr. Mridul Srivastava (Asstt. Prof. of Criminology)
09893556706 (M)
Dr. Birpal Singh –( Asstt. Professor)
Please visit our website www.nliu.com for further details.


Kerwa Dam Road,