UGC NET Criminology Coaching
GATEIIT provides UGC NET Criminology Coaching classes in India with best study materials and expert faculty. Candidates who want to pursue their career in Criminology field then you may join our coaching classes by contact with us.
UGC NET is conducted by NTA on behalf of UGC or determining the eligibility of Indian Nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Indian Universities and Colleges.
There will be two question papers UGC NET Criminology Coaching Exam. Paper II and Paper III. Paper II will have 50 questions for 2 marks each. Paper III will consist of 100 questions each carries 2 marks.
UGC NET Criminology Coaching Syllabus
UGC NET Criminology Paper II and Paper III (Part A & B)
Unit – I
UGC NET Criminology : Definition and Scope, Criminology and other Social Sciences; Legal, Social and Psychological Aspects of Crime; Traditional Crimes – Crimes against Property and Person;
Modern Crimes : Organized Crimes, Sociology – Economic Crimes, Corruption, Cyber Crimes, Environmental Crimes, Terrorism and Insurgency; Crime and Politics.
Unit – II
Criminologist thought in Ancient India and Abroad; Classical School and Neoclassical School; Positive School; Cartographic School; Sociological Theories – Social Structural Theories and Social Process Theories; Economic Theories of Crime; Critical Criminology/Radical Criminology/Labelling perspective.
Unit – III
Constitutional Theories : Body Types, Hereditary Traits, Endocrine Glands; Behaviorist Theories : Drives, Motives, Attitudes, Frustrations; Psycho-analytical Theories; Psychopathic Personality; Mental Health and Criminal Liability; Application of Psychology in Police, Courts and Corrections.
Unit – IV
Criminologist Research : Importance and Types; Research Questions and Hypotheses; Research Design; Sampling, Data Collection, Data Analysis, Interpretation and Report Writing; Statistical Application in Criminologist Research; Sources of Crime Statistics in India and Crime Trends.
Unit – V
Social Change, Social Disorganization and Social Problems; Victimless Crimes : Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Beggary, Commercial Sex, Suicide; Family centred Crimes : Dowry, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse; Community Problems : Inter – religion and Inter – caste tensions and conflicts.
Unit – VI
Juvenile Delinquency : Concept and Causes; Pre – delinquency stages : Truancy and Vagrancy; U.N. Standard Minimum Rules for Juvenile Justice ( the Beijing Rules ); Main Features of Juvenile Justice Act; Institutional Services : Observation Homes, Juvenile Homes, Special Homes, and ‘fit’ Institutions; Juvenile Aftercare Services.
Unit – VII
History and Theories of Punishment : Historical Development from Punishment to Correction and Reformation, Prison Reform since Independence; Types of Punishment – Simple and rigorous imprisonment – Capital Punishment – Views of Abolitionists and Retentionists; Current problems and challenges in Prison Administration; Indeterminate and Determinate sentence.
Unit – VIII
Prison System in India; Correctional Programs in Jails; Aftercare Services for Adult and Juvenile Offenders; Probation, Parole – Concept and Historical Development, Probation under Different Laws.
Unit – IX
Legal Approaches : Accustorical and Inquisitorial; Substantive and Procedural Laws – Criminal Liability, Strict Liability; Indian Penal Code – General Exceptions, Offences Against Property; Criminal Procedure Code ; Cognizable and Non – Cognizable offences, Bailable and Non – available, Compoundable and Non – compoundable offences; Investigation of Crimes; Complaint, F.I.R., Powers of Police Officers, Arrest, Search, Seizure, Police Custody, Judicial Remand and Bail; Types of Evidence, Admissibility of Confession, Dying declaration; Rights of accused, the Rights of victims, the Rights of women in custody, Rights of prisoners.
Unit – X
Victimology : Concept, Origin and Development, Need to Study Victims, Victim Typology, Role of Victim in Criminal Phenomenon – Victim Precipitation; U.N. Declaration on the Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power; Victim’s Rights – Fair Access to Justice, Restitution, Compensation, and Assistance; Victim Compensation Schemes in India; Human Rights – Protection of Human Rights Act.
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