CCCJ

Centre for Criminology and Criminal justice





ABOUT THE CENTRE:

Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice or CCCJ for short, is one of the many centres of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad that aims at specializing, tutoring and disseminating information about the different facets of criminology, forensic science, penology and victimology to its students. CCCJ was established in March 2018 with an ambitious and enthusiastic furore to gain more knowledge about the fascinating world of criminology and its sister branches. The Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice is engaged in activities to develop and strengthen the existing Criminal Justice system of the state and benefit of the society for smooth functioning. The Centre functions with the objective to work as a resource centre in the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice



OBJECTIVE OF THE CENTRE:

  • To create awareness in the society with regard to the Criminal Justice System and the various disciplines of Criminology such as Penology and Victimology.

  • To acquaint students with laws relating to Criminal Justice System.

  • To promote academic research on themes pertaining to Criminology and Criminal Justice and undertaking various activities that enhance students’ knowledge.

  • To organize various seminars, symposiums, conferences, research projects and field works on various sub-fields of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

  • To facilitate interaction among students, faculty and legal practitioners and develop consultations with government and other stakeholders.

  • To collaborate with various centre's and institutions across India and abroad to conduct training programmes.



Faculty –in- charge: Mr. Hifajatali Sayyed

Official Email-id of Centre: cccj@slsh.edu.in



List of Members


SNO

NAME

PRN

BATCH

EMAIL ID

1

Aniruddh Singh

17010324005

2017-22

aniruddh.singh@student.slsh.edu.in

2

Kevin Jayaraj

17010324097

2017-22

kevin.jayaraj@student.slsh.edu.in

3

Nivetha

17010323041

2017-22

nivetha.r@student.slsh.edu.in

4

Sanjolli Kumari Padhy

17010324054

2017-22

sanjolli.padhy@student.slsh.edu.in

5

Shubha Deshpande

18010324138

2018-23

shubha_deshpande@student.slsh.edu.in

6

Harinie.S

18010323056

2018-23

harinie.s@student.slsh.edu.in

7

Adithi S

18010323008

2018-23

adithi_s@student.slsh.edu.in

8

Anurag Singh

18010323025

2018-23

anurag_kumar@student.slsh.edu.in

9

Nandini Jiva

18010323087

2018-23

nandini_jiva@student.slsh.edu.in

10

Kartik Bohra

18010324063

2018-23

kartik_bohra@student.slsh.edu.in

11

D.Hamrutha

18010324040

2018-23

d_hamrutha@student.slsh.edu.in

12

Mohammed Suleman

18010324168

2018-23

mohammed_suleman@student.slsh.edu.in

13

Brinda Singhania

18010323041

2018-23

brinda_singhania@student.slsh.edu.in

14

Meenakshi Shriram

19010324061

2019-24

meenakshi.shriram@student.slsh.edu.in

15

Samruddhi S Shetty

19010324124

2019-24

samruddhi.s.shetty@student.slsh.edu.in

16

Hiya Sonchhatra

19010324051

2019-24

hiya.sonchhatra@student.slsh.edu.in

17

Aisvarya Chandran

19010323011

2019-24

aisvarya.chandran@student.slsh.edu.in

18

S. Sukanya

19010323094

2019-24

s.sukanya@student.slsh.edu.in



List of Events & Achievements

    2018

  • 1. International Seminar on Terrorism and its Spinal Networks ( August 16th – 17th, 2018)

    The Centre for Criminology and Criminal justice organised the 1st edition of the seminar on 'Terrorism and its Spinal Networks' on 16th and 17th August, 2018. The seminar hosted 3 luminaries in the field of Criminal Justice, Forensic Science and Anthropology. The seminar was coupled with interesting paper presentations by the participants.

  • 2. National Training Programme on the Fundamentals of Criminology and Forensic Science. (September 17th-22nd , 2018)

    The Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice launched the first edition of its national training programme on the Fundamentals of Criminology and Forensic Science. The course was created to suit all undergraduates, postgraduates, and Ph.D. research scholars from colleges/institutes/universities studying the broad disciplines of law and social sciences across the globe. The programme benefited the students in understanding the key concepts of Criminology and Forensic Science and helped in sensitisation of the same

  • 3. Research Trip at Tribal Research Center, Ooty. (June 19th- June 30th , 2018)

    The journey that CCCJ started on 19th June, 2018 with Dr. Rengasamy Stalin, Dr. Pooja Rhine and the members of the Centre for Human Rights was both enriching as well as captivating. Our chockablock schedule started off with reaching the breathtaking hill station of Ooty and meeting 6 major tribes of Tamil Nadu at the Tribal Research Centre.
    It's so fascinating to discover that we human beings are actually social creatures by ourselves. We understand how intricately the society binds us when we discover societies different from ours and that's exactly the experience that we gained at Ooty. The journey was started off to study about the tribal law system in civil and criminal matters and fascinatingly what we unravelled was their rich, flush and fertile culture.Todas, Kotas, Irrulas, Kurumbas, Panniyas, Katanayaks—the 6 Niligiri Hill Tribes.

  • 2020

  • 1. National Training Programme on Forensic Sciences. (January 9th – 12th , 2020)

    A four-day practical training program on the different sub-fields of Forensic Science. The training program is split into four individual modules; Crime Scene Investigation, Fingerprint Examination, Handwriting Examination, Forensic Anthropology. It consists of a total of 30 hours.

  • 2. National Seminar on Crime Prevention and Control. (February 29th–March 1st, 2020)

    A two-day seminar and paper presentation on Crime Prevention and Control. The Panel Members for the Seminar consisted of esteemed academicians and advocates. The Themes for the Seminar were Role of Media in Crime prevention; Prevention of Rioting, Mob Lynching and Mass Atrocities; Prevention of Crimes of the New Millennium: Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism; Prevention of Drugs and Arms Trafficking, Prevention of Crimes against Women and Children; Prevention of Human Trafficking; Crime Prevention and Community Policing; Role of Legislation, LawEnforcement and Judiciary in Crime Prevention & Crime Prevention and Public Policy; Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice; Prevention of National/Transnational Organised Crimes respectively.

  • 3. Webinar on ‘Prisoner’s Rights and Pandemic during COVID-19’ (12th May, 2020)

    The COVID-19 pandemic renders individuals and society extremely vulnerable in all respects. During such emergency crisis, a lot of our fundamental and legal rights have to be protected from violation to uphold the dignity and integrity of individuals. Similarly, the rights of the prisoners in the country too, need paramount protection in order to defend their vulnerable position. Therefore, to bring attention to the issue, Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice conducted a Webinar on the topic "Prisoner’s Rights and Pandemic" on 12th May 2020 (Tuesday) at 11:00 AM. The speaker of the Webinar was Mr Ravi Kiran, Superintendent of Jails, with a MBA., LLB degree, who is a well known professional of his field.