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[Call For Paper] Seminar On Need For Reforms In Indian Criminal Law At MNLU, Nagpur [Submit by 9 Feb, 2020]




ABOUT THE SEMINAR
MNLU, Nagpur is organising a one-day seminar on 'Need for reforms in Indian criminal law' on February 9, 2020 (Sunday). There is a need reform Indian Criminal Law in order to equip the law to meet contemporary socio-legal challenges , and to make the Indian justice system more efficient , accessible and just for all sections of the society.

SUB-THEMES
* Arrest and detection
* Bail
* Witness protection
* Victims' rehabilitation and justice
* Delayed execution of Death Penalty
* Evidentiary Value of DNA Report
* Examination of witness
* Circumstantial Evidence
* Rape , sexual harassment, unnatural sex
* Presumption of offence
* Burden of proof
* Admission of cofession
* Judicial and non-judicial confession
* Terrorism
* Electronic evidenve
* Rehabilitation of Offenders, Parole, Probation and Non-Custodial Measurs 
* Health and medical examinations of prisoners
* Cyber crime

IMPORTANT DATES
* Deadline for submission of abstract: - February 2, 2020
* Confirmation of  abstract selection: - February 4, 2020
* Deadline for submission of full paper: - February 7, 2020
* Last date for registration: - February 9, 2020
* Seminar date: - February 9, 2020 (Sunday)

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF PAPERS:
* The full paper should be prepared (1) in the MS-Word format, (2) Font: Times New Roman, (3) Title of the paper: Font 14, (4) Subtitles: Font 13, (5) Body text: Font 12, (5) Spacing: 1.5 lines, and (6) should not exceed 5,000 words(including footnotes). Exceeding the word limit may lead to rejections of papers.
* Submission of a paper amount to consent to such publication and transfer of copyright to the Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur and consent to edit the paper as may be required. The author shall cooperate with the editor, in respect of such editing.
* All references must be in the form of footnotes with font size 10, and should be according to MNLU Citation style as available on the website of the University.
* The work should be original, previously unpublished and must not be in the stage of submission/ consideration elsewhere.

REGISTRATION DETAILS
For presenting a paper: -
Students: - Rs.150
Faculties/ Research Scholars: - Rs.250
Professionals/ Others: - Rs.250

For attending the seminar: -
Students: - Rs.100
Faculties/ Research Scholars: - Rs.200
Professionals/ Others: - Rs.200

MODE OF PAYMENT
The participants can pay the registration fee by using the below link: -
https://www.onlinesbi.com/sbicollect/icollecthome.htm

CONTACT
For any queries, feel free to send an email to: -
[email protected]
Coordinator: -
Dr. Himanshu Pandey : - [email protected]
                                        9827264151
Co-Coordinators: -
Dr. Rengasamy Stalin : - [email protected]
                                        8939173839
Ms. Divita Pagey : - [email protected]
                                 9764022308

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