International Seminar on Juvenile Justice System: Trends and Challenges in Globalizing World
College of Legal Studies at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) is going to organize two days International Seminar on Juvenile Justice System: Trends and Challenges in Globalizing World.
Date: 26th - 27th November, 2016
Crimes are universal phenomenon, which causes irreparable damage to an individual and to the society. Any country is not immune to the consequences of criminal wrongs. In the recent past, various issues concerning juveniles have witnessed debates and discussions round the globe. Besides the reduction of the age of juveniles for heinous offences by Indian government, different countries continue to debate on the fixation of the age of juveniles.
The recent Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 passed by the Indian Parliament has again opened the doors for debate. The Idea of separate justice system for juveniles and adults is based on the premise that a juvenile is more likely to be reformed as compared to adult criminals. From this perspective special juvenile laws are enacted and institutions are established for protection of children.
In a globalizing world, the issues concerning juveniles are even more critical. With technological developments, a new era of crimes has come into fashion. The technology has advanced the present generation and brought them to an entirely new world, and has opened new avenues of crimes.
The right path is being still looked for and the legal systems across the globe, are discussing the ways to tackle the issues concerning juveniles and fluctuate between the idea of correcting the juvenile in conflict with law and reinstating the juvenile as responsible citizen, depending upon their, social, cultural, political, economic, legal and other prevailing conditions, should be corrected and reinstated back to the society as a responsible citizen or should be caught hold off because of his attack on basic social values. However, these fluctuations are affected by the attitude of international communities in a globalizing world.
- Juvenile Justice System in India: Need for systemic changes
- Recent trends in Juvenile Justice System
- Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015
- Juvenile Justice and Convention on the Rights of Child
- Juvenile Justice: Constitutional Perspective
- Juvenile Justice System in Common Law Countries
- Right to Education and Juvenile Justice
- Adoption under Juvenile Justice System
- Terrorism, Technology and Juvenile
- Juvenile Justice and Child Abuse
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 in different technical sessions during the International Seminar on "Juvenile Justice System: Trends and Challenges in Globalizing World".
Submissions are to be made only in electronic form. The same may be e-mailed to email@example.com (in MS Word format) along with a covering letter addressed to Organizing Committee.
An Abstract i.e. brief summary of paper not exceeding 300 words including objective, methodology, finding, implication, 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 12 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
- Institution / University / College / Organization
- Contact number
- Email address
- Postal address 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, contribution to the theory and practice.
The full paper must be typed on A4- sheet in MS Word Document, Times New Roman, font size 12, 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.
No abstract or full paper shall be accepted after the last date of submission respectively.
- Participants / Paper Presenters have to register after the acceptance of the Abstract with payment of required fees to be deposited in the bank account.
- For participation, registration is mandatory on confirmation of the participation. Only registered participants will be allowed to take part in the Seminar.
- All the registered participants will be provided a participation certificate, conference kit, lunch and tea.
- Limited accommodation on Triple Sharing is available free of cost on first come first serve basis.
- Registration fee for Participation / Presentation or Both
- Academicians / Organization Representatives: Rs. 2500/-
- International Delegates: US $100
- Research Scholars / Students / Others: Rs. 1500/-
- Spot Registration available on Cash payment.
Note: After registering yourself for the International Seminar, kindly mail us about the payment details i.e. RTGS / NEFT number, Date & Bank details, through Inbuilt option in Author console from the portal itself (as displayed) for each submitted paper for the seminar. Please attach Payment receipt along with Registration Form.
Note: UPES Students selected for the Presentation / Participation should make payments through their University Portal Only.
Last date of submission of Abstract:
15th October, 2016
Intimation of acceptance of Abstract:
17th October, 2016
Last date of Full Paper Submission:
10th November, 2016
Last date of Registration:
20th October, 2016
Dr. Ashish Verma
College of Legal Studies, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
Mr. Kunal Dey
College of Legal Studies
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies,
Kandoli Via-Prem Nagar,
Dehradun - 248007
Email: conferenceupes2016@gmail com