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Centre for Criminal Justice Studies


The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS) was established in the year 2013 to pursue research in Criminal Justice and Criminological issues. It is an interdisciplinary research centre which fosters an active and flourishing academic environment for teaching and research. The Centre has been instituted to undertake internally generated research as well as research projects supported by external academic funding bodies.

The Centre has an advisory board with members drawn from academia, bench, bar and members drawn from key senior positions within criminal justice research users. The Ph.D. and LL.M. students specializing in Criminal Law are also registered with the Centre to facilitate academic research.

The Centre's research will emphasize on challenges being faced by the policy makers, criminal justice practitioners, and the society and the output will primarily be in the form of academic and scholarly publications


The CCJS has been instituted with the following objectives:
a. Inculcating a research culture on issues affecting criminal law and criminal justice system.
b. Undertaking interdisciplinary research in criminal justice studies.
c. Establishing a pool of resource persons to provide expertise in this field.


The CCJS will be administered by a committee comprising of following members:
a. Chair
b. Faculty Fellows
c. Research Fellows
d. Research Assistants

For further information, contact:
Ms. KK Geetha
Mr. Utkarsh Yadav

Room No. 409, Block A, Galgotias University.