Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Third International & Seventh Biennial Conference on Victimology wiil be held in KIIT Law School

Third International and Seventh Biennial Conference of the

Indian Society of Victimology

 

Bhubaneswar

 

20-22 August, 2010

 

 

Theme

Victim Justice in Changing World: Issues and Challenges

 

 

 

 

 

VENUE

KIIT Law School, At/Po-KIIT, Bhubaneswar-751024, Orissa, India,

Tel./Fax:-91-674-2725440, Mob.:09937220261,

Email: director kls@kiit.ac.in, nkcb@rediffmail.com,

Website: www.kls.ac.in, www.kiit.ac.in


 

 

 

 

Third International and Seventh Biennial Conference of the Indian Society of Victimology

 

Bhubaneswar

20-22 August, 2010

 

 

Programme

 

Friday, August 20

 

·     Registration and Distribution of Conference Kit      3p.m - 4.30p.m

·     Inaugural Session       5.00 - 6.45 p.m

·          Cultural Programme  7.00 - 8.30 p.m.

 

Saturday, August 21

·         Plenary Session

·         Parallel Sessions: Presentation of Papers

·         Annual General Body Meeting of the Indian Society of Victimology (ISV)

       

Sunday, August 22

·         Plenary Session

·         Parallel Sessions : Presentation of Papers

      ·         Closing Session:

             Presentation of Recommendations

               Valedictory Address

 

Six Vital Reasons to Participate in the Third International and Seventh Biennial Conference of the ISV

 

1.       Be part of an international event for growing victim services, awareness and research.

2.       Interact with academicians, researchers, law enforcers, prosecutors, judges and policy makers from around the world.

3.        Plenary Sessions to be presented by international and national experts

4.       Discuss the Victim Compensation Scheme for India proposed in Criminal Procedure Amendment Act, 2008  in the context of advancements achieved in other countries and the countries  which have no  legislation for victims at present.

5.       Get acquainted with ISV's activities.

6.       Share and know about the current developments in the field of victimology.


 

Call for Papers

 

Papers (theoretical/empirical) on the following themes are invited:

 

The main theme of the Conference is "Victim Justice in Changing World: Issues and Challenges" with the following sub-themes:

                        a)      Impact of victimization

b)     Children and Victim Justice: Truth-telling, Accountability and    Reconciliation.

c)      Gender and Victimization

d)     Crime Victim: Comparative Law.

e)      Victim-offender: Reconciliation

f)       Victims of Miscarriage of Justice Process

g)      Victim Support: Present Practices and needs

h)     Governmental Schemes towards Victim Compensation

i)        Victims of War Crime, Genocide & Ethnic Cleansing.

j)       Human Rights of the Victim: i) Development induced     Displacement ii) Disability iii) Elderly people

k)      Victims of Cyber Crime.

l)        Victims of Terrorism.

m)   Victims of Human Trafficking

n)     Victims of Criminal Negligence.

o)     Restorative Justice

p)     Newer Dimensions of Victimization

 

 

Guidelines for Paper Submission & Presentation

 

1.       Papers should fall under any one of the above themes.

2.       A paper should not exceed 25 pages in A4 size and should have double line spacing.

3.       The paper should be accompanied by an abstract of 250-300 words. Abstracts of Papers, if received within the deadline will be published in the Book of Abstracts.

4.       The last date for receipt of papers with abstracts is 15th July,2010.

5.       Papers will be screened by a committee and only those approved by it will be accepted.

6.       The ISV will retain the exclusive rights to publish all the papers accepted for presentation as Conference Proceedings.

7.    PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS may be sent by mail to the following email id: ivconf2010@gmail.com or  as attachments or by post to Director, KIIT Law School, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar,Odisha, 751024,India.

 

Conference Registration

 

Category

Early  Bird Registration  until 21th June, 2010

Late Registration after 21st June,2010 and on  or before 20th July,2010

 Delegate

Rs. 800/-

Rs. 1000/-

Student  Delegate

(Not more than four from any institution)

 

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 700/-

Please note:

1. The delegate fee will cover the cost of Conference materials  and lunch and dinner during the Conference days.

2. The details of the Schedule of the Conference will be available in the University website on/from 2nd August, 2010.

 

Request for Registration

 

Request for registration and accommodation should reach   the Organizing Secretary, Third International and Seventh Biennial Conference of ISV in the form enclosed, along with the delegate fee and accommodation charges (full payment) in the form of a demand draft drawn in favour of "7th Biennial Conference of the ISV". All registrations are to be made on or before 21st  June, 2010. Being an international conference, early registration is recommended to enable us to make the necessary arrangements.  

Participants who are not Indian nationals should note that they require a valid Indian visa and should obtain the same sufficiently early from the Indian Embassies of their respective countries.

Spot registration is not available.         

 

 

About the ISV

 

An assembly of eminent academicians, social scientists, criminal justice functionaries, research scholars and students from social and behavioural sciences met at the Department of Criminology, University of Madras on August 14, 1992, and established a forum in the name of 'Indian Society of Victimology' to advocate the cause of victims of crime. The ISV was formally inaugurated by the eminent jurist Honourable Mr. Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, former judge of the Supreme Court of India on September 18, 1992 in Chennai at a grand function. The Society has currently about 250 members on its roll. Since its establishment 18 years ago, the ISV has organized several seminars, symposia and Conferences.

 

About KIIT University

Academic programs of KIIT University (established in 2004) are conducted by its ten constituent schools. All the academic programs are accredited by NAAC of UGC, NBA of AICTE and Bar Council of India, and are considered to be benchmarks of academic excellence.

A blend of latest technological know-how, skilled professionals, diversified R & D with dedicated faculties having a passion for knowledge represent KIIT at the highest echelons of education. These courses are offered from twelve sprawling campuses located in an area of more than 300 acres. KIIT University is a pioneer in implementing emerging information and communication technology in education. It is probably the first in the country to adopt wireless and converged technology for networking of its distributed campuses. Campuses in Bhubaneswar are linked to campuses in Bangalore, Pune and New Delhi through state-of-the-art VPN technology. The University is dedicated to providing its students with education that combines rigorous academic study and the latest technological know-how with the support and intellectual simulation of a unique and modern campus.

Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) is the finest expression of KIIT's social commitment. It provides free of cost education, living, vocational training and all the basic necessities of life to 10,000 tribal students belonging to 53 Tribes coming from almost all the districts of Orissa. The school is the largest of its kind in Asia and at present offers education from kindergarten to postgraduate levels. The school is likely to be converted into a tribal University.

 

About KIIT Law School (KLS)

KLS's(established in 2007) focus is a dialectics between legal studies and justice studies. The concept of justice is far more complex than the mere concept of law-it requires a synthesis of 'matters of fact' and 'matters of law'. 'Matters of law' do not go beyond procedural justice. Thus, judgment often gets caught up in the rigmarole of the technicalities of law. KLS through its curricula and practice aims not only to provide sound nuances in the practice of law, but also the subtle techniques of delivering and achieving justice. Thus, a good training in legal education integrates and balances legal studies with justice studies. KLS envision achieving that. KLS also includes within its orbit of pedagogy, unexplored areas in the legal academia. Presently, none of the law schools in the country have given due importance to subjects viz. Marine Science and Law, Mining Engineering and Human Resource Law, Real Estate Development Law, Agricultural Law, Food Technology and Preservation Law etc. KLS constantly, in pursuit of developing sound legal studies synchronises the changing dimensions of eco-socio-legal paradigm.

Legal education is multidimensional-it requires not only procedural skills but also a deep understanding in various epistemologies. For this reason, double degree integrated courses like Law and Management or Law and Social Sciences or Law and Natural Sciences are becoming popular and assuming much importance in the corporate world. Legal studies are now mixed with management or scientific analytical skills to advance the rational judicial system. The curricula of KLS have evolved upon these paradigms.

As an institution of excellence, scholarship and rigour, KLS is dedicated to nurturing students into leaders inculcating in them the intellectual and ethical values that will mould them into socially responsible professional proficient in the dynamic domain of law. We are committed to the evolution of law as an instrument of social change as well as its employment as a mechanism to confront the challenges thrown up by an increasingly industrialized and complex milieu. We are constantly innovating to ensure new and better ways of training professors of the legal fraternity of tomorrow, who would be competent as well as worthy of public trust.

 

About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar, situated in the eastern coastal plains of India and south-west of the Mahanadi River, is the capital and largest city of Odisha. It is situated between 21° 15' North Latitude 85° 15' Longitude and at an altitude of 43 mtrs. above sea level. The normal temperature here in winter lies between 12 °C to 15 °C and in summer 40 °C to 46 °C. The monsoon reaches in June & the average rainfall per year is between 1400 to 1600 mm.

Once the capital of ancient Kalinga, the city has a long history of 3000 years and is today a center of economic and religious importance. Historically Bhubaneswar has been known by different names such as Toshali, Kalinga Nagari, Nagar Kalinga, Ekamra Kanan, Ekamra Khetra and Mandira Malinya Nagari and is a land of glorious history, art & culture. The city has seen the great Mauryan ruler, Ashoka, changing into an icon of peace. Bhubaneswar is often referred to as the City of Temples, once the home of around 7000 temples dedicated to different deities, spanning the entire history of Kalinga architecture. Bhubaneswar's unique sculptural and architectural heritage, coupled with the sanctity as Ekamrakshetra make it one of the five great religious centers of Odisha since early medieval days.

The modern city of Bhubaneswar was designed by the German architect Otto Königsberger in 1946. It became the political capital of the state of Odisha in 1948, a year after India gained its independence from Britain. It has developed itself greatly, being one of the cleanest planned cities of modern India. It is an emerging IT and Education hub and one of the fastest developing cities of India.

The city is surrounded by dense canopy of forests with the picturesque Chandaka jungles and the Nandankanan Zoo just outside its limits.

 

Places to visit include the Parashurameshwara Temple, the Vaital Deul, the Mukteshwar Temple, the Rajarani Temple, the Lingaraja temple, the Orissa State Museum, the Handicrafts Museum and the Tribal Museum.

Places to visit around Bhubaneswar are Udaygiri and Khandgiri caves (7 km), Dhauli, Atri Springs (42 km), Sun Temple at Konark (65 km) and last but not the least, Puri (60 kms)

 

Nearest Airport

Biju Pattnaik Airport, Bhubaneswar.

 

PLACE OF ACCOMODATION

CONTACT DETAILS

TYPE OF ACCOMODATION

AMOUNT PER DAY (Rs.)

 

 

 

 

KIIT Convention Centre GH

Campus – 6,

KIIT UNIVERSITY

 

Mr. Ashok Ku. Nayak, Manager Guest House

Mo – 9437078868

(Few Rooms available)

Single (Ac)

Double (Ac)

1000.00

1200.00

HOTEL PAL HEIGHTS

PAL HEIGHTS,PLOT NO – J/7,

JYADEV VIHAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751013

PH – 0674 – 2361156/2361106

Fax – 0674 - 2570619

Email – sales@palheights.com

www.palheights.com

 

Pal Grand (sgl)

Pal Grand (dbl)

Pal Royal (sgl)

Pal Royal (dbl)

Suites

Presidential suites

3999.00

4699.00

4699.00

5299.00

9999.00

14999.00

HOTEL SURYANSH

P – 1, JAYDEV VIHAR,

NEAR KALINGA HOSPITAL,

BHUBANESWAR – 751023

PH – 0674 – 2303300/2302700

FAX – 0674 – 2303680

Email – hotel_suryansh@yahoo.co.in

www.suryanshhotels.com

 

Standard Deluxe (sgl)

Standard Deluxe (dbl)

Executive Suite

Executive Deluxe

3500.00

4500.00

7000.00

8500.00

 

 

HOTEL CROWN

 

 

A1/(a), IRC VILLAGE,

BHUBANESWAR – 15

PH – 0674 – 2555500, Fax – 0674 – 2550001

Email – thecrown@vsnl.net

 

 

Standard Rooms (sgl)

Standard (dbl)

Deluxe (sgl)

Deluxe (dbl)

Premium (sgl)

Premium (dbl)

Suite

 

 

5000.00

5500.00

6000.00

6500.00

7000.00

7500.00

10000.00

HOTEL GINGER

OPP. Nalco Headquarters,

Jaydev Vihar, Bhubaneswar – 13

Ph – 0674-6663333,Fax- 0674 – 2303966

Email- marketing.bhubaneshwar@gingerhotels.com

www.gingerhotels.com

 

Standard (sgl)

Standard (dbl)

1599.00

2099.00

 

HOTEL TRIDENT HILTON

CB- 1, Nayapalli

Bhubaneswar- 751001

Ph- 06742301010, Fax - 0674 – 2301302

Email- reservations.bhubaneswar@tridenthotels.com

 

Deluxe (sgl)

Deluxe (dbl)

Junior. Suite

Executive Suite

Presidential suite

10,000.00

11,000.00

14,000.00

18,000.00

22,000.00

HOTEL MAYFAIR

Jaydev  Vihar Bhubaneswar-751001

Ph- 0674 - 2360101, Fax - 0674 – 2360131

Email- sales.lagoon@mayfairhotels.com

www.mayfairhotels.com

 

Executive cottage

Deluxe cottage

Villa

Extra occupancy

9000.00

16,000.00

30,000.00

1500.00

KIIT  University Hostel (for students)

KIIT University, Patia, Bhubaneswar 751024

Email:vshyamkishore@gmail.com

Twin sharing

100.00

     Per Person

KIIT University Accommodation in Guest Houses (For Early Bird only)

KIIT University, Patia, Bhubaneswar 751024

Email:vshyamkishore@gmail.com

Twin sharing

250.00

Per Person

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIRD INTERNATIONAL AND SEVENTH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF THE

INDIAN SOCIETY OF VICTIMOLOGY

Bhubaneswar

20-22 August, 2010

REGISTRATION FORM

1.      Name :______________________________________________________________

2.      Age :____________yrs                                               Sex: Male/ Female

3.      Designation:____________________________________________________

Institution:______________________________________________________

4.      Full Mailing Address:

____________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________

5.      Details Regarding Paper Presentation:

i.                    Whether presenting paper: Yes/No

ii.                  If yes, under which theme? __________________________

iii.                Title of the paper(s):

_______________________________________________

_________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________

6.      Arrival Details:

i.                    Mode of Travel:                                             Flight/Train/Bus

ii.                  Name of the Flight/Train/Bus:

______________________________________

iii.                Date & Time of Arrival:______________________

7.      Departure Details:

i.                    Mode of Travel:                                             Flight/Train/Bus

ii.                  Name of the Flight/Train/Bus:

______________________________________

iii.                Date & Time of Arrival:____________________________

8.      Accommodation Details:

A.     i.  Accommodation required: Yes/No

ii. If yes,

 Type of Accommodation:_____________________________________

____________________________________________________________

(Please refer the enclosed details for accommodation)

B.      i. No. of days of accommodation required:____________________ days

ii. From ____________________to _______________________________

9.      Food Preference:

i.                    Vegetarian     [  ]                       ii. Non-vegetarian    [  ]

10.    Payment Details:

i.                    Registration Fee                                 : ________________________

ii.                  Full  amount for accommodation    :  _______________________

iii.                Total                                                   :  Rs.______________

iv.                Demand Draft enclosed for             :  Rs.______________________

D.D. No.& Drawee Bank: ____________________ dated________________________________

(Demand Draft to be drawn in the name of "7th Biennial Conference of the ISV" Payable at Bhubaneswar)

Date:                                                                           Signature

 

Note: Anybody interested in taking part in the conference can use a photocopy of this form and register his/her name.

Filled in form along with the Demand Draft to be sent to:

Prof. (Dr.) N.K.Chakrabarti

Organizing Secretary,

Third International & Seventh Biennial Conference of the ISV

KIIT Law School

KIIT University

Patia, KIIT Square

Bhubaneswar-751024

Odisha, India

             Tel./Fax:-91-674-2725440, Mob.:919439537684/919938678277.

             E-mail:isvconf2010@gmail.com

 

For further details you can contact: Dr. Tabrez Ahmad,( +919438303042), Assistant organising secretary 

Third International & Seventh Biennial Conference of the ISV, 

KIIT Law School, 

KIIT Universit

Patia, KIIT Square, 

Bhubaneswar-751024, 

Odisha, India