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37th All India Criminology Conference

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL), Patiala is hosting the Thirty-Seventh All India Criminology Conference of the Indian Society of Criminology (ISC), in collaboration with the Institute of Correctional Administration, Chandigarh.

Date: 28th February to 2nd March, 2014
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Campus, Sidhuwal, Bhadson Road, Patiala

The present society, characterised by scientific and technological advancement, has come to have entirely new forms of interactions and activities within the society. Doubtless, these have led to a marked improvement in the quality of life and to overall development and growth in the society. But at the same time, such advancements have caused several new challenges, which call for proper and immediate attention and societal response.

In the recent past, several developments have come about, at such a fast pace, that law and other regulatory frame work appear to be out of place or even inadequate. In the context of criminal law, there is a pressing need to devote a concerted attention and to observe and understand different facets of such developments. Assuredly, meaningful and effective measures are required to be adopted in law and the criminal justice processes at different levels.

The Thirty-Seventh ISC Conference will focus on prominent social issues and priority crime problems.

Crime, Criminology and Criminal Justice: A Relook in the Present Scientific and Technological Era


  • Community, Culture and Prevalence of Crime
  • Change in Crime and Crime Pattern in the Present Scientific and Technological era
  • Complexities in Cross Border Crimes and Criminality
  • Changing Profile of Criminals and Increasing Predicaments of Victims
  • Crime Control, Prevention and Treatment
  • Contemporary Crime Discourse and Depiction
  • Crime and Technology

Call for Papers - Submission of Abstract:
Members the ISC and delegates to the Conference are welcome to share their ideas and present paper on any sub-theme of their choice. Initially, they would submit 'abstract' which will be followed by the submission of the full-length paper. The abstract should be limited to about 500 words and will describe the general theme and objectives of the paper and methodology, findings and conclusions. Also, the abstract should provide following


  1. Title of paper and the relevant Sub-theme;
  2. Name of the author(s);
  3. Author Affiliation;
  4. Brief bio-data of the author(s); and
  5. Contact Details.
    Please send the Abstracts to or to Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu, Organising Secretary, Thirty-Seventh ISC Conference, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, Sidhuwal, Patiala - 147 001.

Submission of Paper:
The author(s) whose abstract is accepted for presentation in the Conference are required to submit their full- length papers on or before the deadline through E-mail at:, which would greatly facilitate wider dissemination of their paper/ideas.

Important Dates:

Last Date of Submission of Abstract:

31st December, 2013

Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract:

16th January, 2014

Registration Latest:

30th January, 2014

Submission of Full Paper:

10th February, 2014

ISC Best Research Paper Award:
The Indian Society of Criminology awards one Gold Medal and one Silver Medal for best research papers in the field of Criminology. The paper should be a scientific empirical study carried out during February 2009 to December 2013 by a young students and scholar below 35 years of age (more details of this award may be from the Secretary of ISC). The papers for this award are to be sent to the Secretary, ISC either by post or by email on or before 30th January, 2014. The postal address is: The Secretary, Indian Society of Criminology, Department of Criminology, University of Madras, Chennai - 600 005.

Registration Fee:


On or before 25 January, 2014

After 25 January, 2014


Rs. 1500/-

Rs. 2000/-

Students /full time Research Scholars

Rs. 1000/-

Rs. 1200/-

Foreign Delegates

US$ 150

US$ 200

Accompanying Person

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 800/-

Ms. Abhinandan Bassi
Assistant Professor of Law, RGNUL, Punjab
Phone: +91-9878068448

Mr. Gurneet Singh
Assistant Professor of Law, RGNUL, Punjab
Phone: +91-9463328789

Prof. (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu
Organising Secretary,
Thirty-Seventh ISC Conference,
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab,
Sidhuwal, Patiala - 147 001
Fax: +91-175-2304189

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