WEBINAR ON “DRAFTING LEGAL FRAMEWORKS FOR CRIME PREVENTION IN THE DIGITAL AGE: PERSPECTIVES & CHALLENGES” BY THE CENTRE FOR STUDY AND RESEARCH IN LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING, KIIT-DU: REGISTER NOW!!

About School of law, KIIT Deemed to be University:

The School of Law, since its establishment in 2007, has been acknowledged and appreciated for providing quality legal education and legal skills training to students drawn from across the nation and abroad. The School is presently ranked 12th in India for 2019, as per the ranking released by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (MHRD, Govt. of India). The Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Deemed to be University, has also recently been awarded the Institution of Eminence status by the MHRD, Govt. of India.

The academic framework of the school has always encouraged involvement of its students in curricular and co-curricular development at par with the best Law Schools in India, and in relation to which the School is hosting and organizing a webinar on the topic ‘Drafting Legal Frameworks for Crime Prevention in the Digital Age: Perspectives & Challenges’

Details of the event:

THEME 1: Evaluating Existing Legal Infrastructures for Cyber Crimes-The Pandemic has inevitably resulted in growth of usage of digitalisation. A new culture and lifestyle is adopted throughout the world. A recent analysis by global VPN service provider Nord VPN, India ranked 19th out of 21 nations in the National Privacy Test. Out of the 4 lakh complaints lodged on the Ministry of Home Affairs’ National Cybercrime Reporting Portal, half are related to financial frauds. To prevent crimes and speed up investigations, the central government has made efforts to raise awareness about cybercrime, alerts, improve cyber forensics etc. Websites/platforms have been prepared for complaints against Child Pornography/Child Sexual Abuse Material, rape/gang rape imageries, or sexually explicit. This sub-theme seeks to explore the existing legal structures which are present for preventing and cyber-crime in India. It also seeks to evaluate the existing legal framework and envisage legal reforms which can be adopted to enhance the cyber-crime structure from the draftsman’s perspective.

DATE: 3RD NOVEMBER 2021.

PLATFORM: ZOOM MEETINGS

The Conference will be focusing on the following domains:

TechnicalSession[Discussion Theme:] :MR. Sujeet Kumar ,Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha

Session would be succeeded by a 10 minute Q&A session. 

Eligibility:

School of Law, KIIT-DU invites participation from Students of law of 3 years and 5 years course, research scholars, academicians, Advocates and professionals.

Location:

The conference is organized in an online mode and the platform intended to be used for the same is zoom.

Registration process:

The participants are requested to register themselves by clicking the registration link below.

https://forms.gle/krPbRJsKgCrNeUnF6

Important Dates:

  • Deadline for registration– 2ND NOVEMBER 2021 (Till 11:59 P.M)
  • Webinar Date– 3RD NOVEMBER 2021, 3:30 Pm- 5:30 Pm

CONTACT PERSONS

Faculty Co-ordinators- 

  1. Ms. Tulishree Pradhan, Faculty In Charge, 

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email: tulishreepradhan@kls.ac.in

  1. Ms. Shreyasi Bhattacharya, Co-Faculty In Charge

 Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email: shreyasi.bhattacharya@kls.ac.in

  1. Ms. Zeenat Taher, Faculty Coordinator,

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email: zeenat.taher@kls.ac.in

  1. Mr. Shashank Nande, Faculty Coordinator, 

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email: shashanknande@nls.ac.in 

Student Convenors:

  1. Mr. Ayush Verma, Convenor,

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email:avayush@gmail.com

  1. Mr. Sartak Singh, Co-Convenor

Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting

Email: 1883144@kls.ac.in

 

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