National Conference at Shankarrao Chavan Law College: Submit by June 5

Shankarrao Chavan Law College

About the Shankarrao Chavan Law College

Shankarrao Chavan Law College was established in the year 2003. In an attempt to impart quality legal education, the college organizes a wide range of co-curricular activities such as Justice P. B. Sawant National Moot Court Competition, Late Shri Shankarrao Chavan Memorial Elocution Competition, etc. The college has also established the Centre for Advanced Legal Research & Training and the Centre for Academic Research, Publication and Content in Law (CARPEL) for training the students on various legal issues and to inculcate various sets of skills among students.

About the Centre for Criminal Justice Administration

To promote the study and research with respect to criminal justice administration including all its stakeholders i.e. Investigation (Police), Prosecution, Court, and Prison Administration Investigation the SCLC has established the Centre for Criminal Justice Administration (CCJA). The Centre intends to perform a wide range of activities such as organizing awareness programmes in the form of conferences, seminars, undertaking research projects in collaboration with various agencies, critical evaluation of laws, Government policies and judgment of constitutional courts, etc.

About the Conference

The Criminal justice system is the set of agencies and processes established by the government with the objective of controlling the incident of crime in a society and penalizing the violation of the law. Criminal justice prevailing in any society can be considered as the reflection of society’s cherished values and policies, in substance the level of civilization attained by it. In the last few decades, globalization and technological advancements have posed particular challenges to criminal justice systems in terms of investigation of crime and question of jurisdiction.

Many committees and commissions have underlined the various shortcomings of Indian Criminal Justice in the form of procedural victimization, less conviction rates, and inadequacy to address the issues of vulnerable sections of the community such as women, children, and scheduled caste and scheduled tribes. In addition to these pre-existing shortfalls lockdown imposed due to covid 19 has underlined the inadequacies of our criminal justice system and its inability to deal with the new situation efficiently.


Students, Researcher, Academicians, Professionals


  • State: Maharashtra
  • City: Pune

Submission Procedure

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Fee Details 

Registration fees

  • Students of SCLC: No fees
  • Law students and Research Scholar other than SCLC (only participation): Rs.100
  • Law students and Research Scholar other than SCLC (Research paper presentation): Rs. 300
  • Academicians, Lawyers, and other professionals (only participation): Rs. 300
  • Academicians, Lawyers, and other professionals (Research paper presentation): Rs. 300

Important Dates

  • Last Date for Abstract Submission: 5th June 2021
  • Notification of Selection of Abstracts: 7th June 2021
  • Last Date for Full Paper Submission: 20th June 2021
  • Last Date for Registration: 20th June 2021

Important date

Deadline :June 5th, 2021


Dr. Revati Naik (Coordinator for the conference)

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