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SYLLABUS CSEC-101-Paper I : General Principles of Criminal Law Mensuna, Joint Liability. Vicartous Liability, Preparation and Attempt. Abatement. General, Exceptions. Culp-able Homicide. Rash and Negligent death. Kidnapping. Abduction. Theft. Extortion. Robbery and Dacoity, Offences relating to women - Rape. Adultery section 405B and Section 498 A of IPC. Dowry. Immoral Trafficking. Suggested Readings : 1. Gour, H.S, : Penal Law of India 2. Koony : Outlines of Criminal Law 3. Hall : Criminal Jurisprudence 4. Indian Penal Code 1860 5. I.L.I. : Essay on Indian Penal Code 6. The Dowry Prohibition Act. 1961 7. Suppression of Immoral Trafficking (Prevention) Act. 1956 8. Bhattacharya. T. : Bhartiya Dand Sahmita (Hindi) 9. D.D. Basu : Bhartiya Dand Samhita (Hindi) 10.Raja Ram Yadav : Bhartiya Dand Samhita.(Hindi) *** CSEC-102-Paper II : Criminology I. Criminology:Definition. nature and scope, method of studying, importance, and classification of crimes. Crime and social process: Economic Motivation. Socio cultural Motivations, home and community influence, white collar crime, Female offender, juvenile, Alcoholisms and Drugs. II.Schools of Criminological Thought (Factors in causation of Criminal Behaviors) 1. Ancient School (a) Demonological (b) School of Free will 2.Classical School. 3. Cartographic or Ecological School. 4. Typological School (a) ltalian or Positive School. (b) Mental Testers School. (c) Psychiativists School. 5. Sociological School 6. Multi factor School. III.Control of Crime: Police and Law courts, Prison system, Re-socialisation of the offender, Rehabilitation of discharged prisoners in the administration of Criminal justice, prevention of crime delinquency. IV.Constitutional Guarantees -Principles of natural Justice as applicable to procedural law, Protection to arrestcd presons, Under-trials, detenue and convicted persons. Double jeopardy and self-incrimination, rights to life and legal aid. The Probation ofoffenders Act, 1958 : Definitions - Power of court to require released offenders after admontion on probation of good conduct - power of Court to require released offenders to pay compensation under twenty one years of age. Variations of conditions of probation. Probabtion in case of ‘Of fender’ failing to observe conditions of bond, provision as to sureties, Probation Officers, Duties of Probation Officer. Suggested Readings : 1. Pillai, K.S. - Criminology. 2. Edwin, H. Sutherland and Donald R. Grussey - Principles of Criminology. 3. Shamshul Huda - Tagore Law Lectures on CriminalLaw. 4. N.V. Paranjape - Criminology and Penology. 5. M.S. Chauhan – अअअअअ अअअअअअअ अअअ अअअअअअअ अअअअअअअ अअअअअअअ 6. B.L. Bavel - अअअअअ अअअअअअअ 7. The Crimimal Procedure Code. 8. The Constitution of India. *** CSEC-103-Paper - III : Penology I-Concept of Punishment : Its history and development Religious and Punishment: Types and Forms of Punish and as Ancient, medieval and Modern India. Its classification whether death penalty is necessary? Its merits and Demerits. II-Theories of Punishments: Deterrence, Retributive, Expiation, Reprobation, Probation, Classical and utilitarian view on punishment: Punishment advantages and disadvantages: critical analysis in the righting in purpose scale and provision of criminal law and pardon, social necessity of law and order. III- History of Penal system in development in India, Types of Prisons and Prisoners Basic principles for the treatment of prisoners National and International Rights of Prisoners under our Constitution and the Prisoners Act 1900. IV- Probation and Parole: Its nature, origin and advantages, The Provision of Probation of offenders Act 1958, Comparison between Probation and parole. Its effects in Rehabilitation of Prisoners. V-Power and jurisdiction of Police under Cr.pc U/s 302, 55, 161, 36,156,160,174,102 and 166 Criminal Justice Process, Organize ahead structure of Jail and Police in India Provision relating to custodial death, torture etc. Suggested Readings : 1. P.K.sen-Penology old and New 2. Gillian JL -Criminology and Penology 3. Bhattacharya -Prisons 4. Flexvor &Baldwani - Juvenile court and Probation 5. M.Ponnanian- Criminology and Penology 6. J.C.Chaturvedi- Penology & Criminal Procedure Code 7. Different Reports published by Govt. of India from time to time 8. Crime, Court and Probation