The GHG. Institute of Law for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, organized a countrywide seminar on ‘Criminal Law and Administration of Criminal Justice system: Emerging Issues and Trends’.
Prof Rattan Singh, Director, UILS, Panjab University, Chandigarh, changed into the leader guest and Prof Vandana Ajay Kumar, Department of Laws, Panjab University, become the guest of honor.
Prof Rattan Singh enlightened the target market on crook regulation and administration, talking approximately sub-subject matters of the LGBT rights, euthanasia, and different rising troubles. His perspectives had been unconventional which saved the target market enthralled.
Prof Kumar explicated on the subject of crook regulation and its management and highlighted at the sub-themes of prison reforms, the ever-widening scope of article 21 of the Constitution. She dwelt on the vital demanding situations before the criminal regulation management in India.
Prof Jagtar Singh Dhiman, Registrar, CT University, talked about the sub-subject developing crime in India and the want for mixing morality and ethics in our public life. He discussed crime in various facets of the agricultural and urban vicinity.
Dhruman Harshadray Nimble, Assistant Inspector General of Police, Cyber Crimes, Mohali, highlighted the sub-subject of Indian cyber legal guidelines inside the backdrop of global cyber legal guidelines. He mentioned internet site hacking, unauthorized access to banking device, identity robbery, intellectual belongings crime, and economic fraud.
Gurpreet Singh Toor, DIG-counter intelligence, Mohali, talked about the sub-topic of drug abuse in Punjab via illustrating his views with the help of some of the case studies.
Prof Dalip Kumar, Chairperson, and Dean, Department of Laws, Kurukshetra University, shared his views on preferred principles underlying the crook law in India.