The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, since its establishment in 2003, has developed into an international hub of criminological and interdisciplinary research. Faculty members of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice involve in high quality research in the areas of Juvenile Justice, Cyber Criminology, Child Protection and Victimology. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Canada, and McGill University funded a Research project on Cyber Bullying to the department (2007-2008). The department is providing consultancy in the areas of Juvenile Justice, Child Protection to UNICEF and various other government agencies. The UGC has funded for a PG Diploma course in Victimology and Victim Assistance. The department's expertise in Juvenile Justice, Cyber Crimes and Victimology are widely acclaimed.
=> MSc Criminology & Criminal Justice Science
=> Ph.D in Criminology & Criminal Justice
=> PG Diploma in Victimology and Victim Assistance
=> Postgraduates of this programme may find employment in the following areas:
=> Research institutions dealing with the crime and criminal justice system such as Bureau of Police Research and Development; National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science (NICFS); and National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB).
=> A Post graduate degree with minimum 55% marks.
=> A pass in the entrance examination conducted by the Department and/or UGC-NET qualification.
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