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COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Objectives of the course
Criminal Procedure is being taught as a compulsory paper at the level
of LL.B. today. However, a jurisprudential thrust has to be given to this
subject at the postgraduate level as this is a subject, which has constitutional
undertones and jurisprudential importance. A study of comparative criminal
procedure helps students develop an ecumenical approach and broadens their
vision. it inspires them renew and revise their laws to be in tune with
developed systems. The paper is taught with reference to India England,
France and China.
The following syllabus prepared with this perspective will be spread
over a period of one year.
Subject :
1. Organization of Courts and Prosecuting Agencies
1.1 Hierarchy of criminal courts and their jurisdiction
1.1.1 Nyaya Panchayats in India: As prosecuting agencies at
local level
1.1.1.1 Panchayats in tribal areas
1.2 Organisation of prosecuting agencies for prosecuting criminals
1.2.1 Prosecutors and the police
1.3 Withdrawal of prosecution

2. Pre trial Procedures
2.1 Arrest and questioning of the accused
2.2 The rights of the accused
2.3 The evidentiary value of statements / articles seized / collected
by the police
2.4 Right to counsel
2.5 Roles of the prosecutor and the judicial officer in investigation
3. Trial Procedures
3.1 The Adversarial system of trial and the Inquisitorial system
3.2 Role of the judges, the prosecutors and defence attorney in the
trial
3.3 Referring the matter to Lok Adalats under Legal Services
Authorities Act, 1987
3.4 Admissibility and inadmissibility of evidence
3.4.1 Special reference to Information Technology Act, 2000
3.4.2 Expert evidence
3.5 Appeal to the court in awarding appropriate punishment
3.6 Plea – bargaining
4. Correction and aftercare services
4.1 Institutional Correction of the offenders
4.2 General comparison After care services in India and France
4.3 The role of the court in correctional programmes in India
5. Preventive Measures in India
5.1 Preventive measure under Cr.P.C (1973)
5.2 Special Enactments

6. Public interest Litigation: Directions for criminal
prosecution.











COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Objectives of the course
Criminal Procedure is being taught as a compulsory paper at the level
of LL.B. today. However, a jurisprudential thrust has to be given to this
subject at the postgraduate level as this is a subject, which has constitutional
undertones and jurisprudential importance. A study of comparative criminal
procedure helps students develop an ecumenical approach and broadens their
vision. it inspires them renew and revise their laws to be in tune with
developed systems. The paper is taught with reference to India England,
France and China.
The following syllabus prepared with this perspective will be spread
over a period of one year.
Subject :
1. Organization of Courts and Prosecuting Agencies
1.1 Hierarchy of criminal courts and their jurisdiction
1.1.1 Nyaya Panchayats in India: As prosecuting agencies at
local level
1.1.1.1 Panchayats in tribal areas
1.2 Organisation of prosecuting agencies for prosecuting criminals
1.2.1 Prosecutors and the police
1.3 Withdrawal of prosecution

2. Pre trial Procedures
2.1 Arrest and questioning of the accused
2.2 The rights of the accused
2.3 The evidentiary value of statements / articles seized / collected
by the police
2.4 Right to counsel
2.5 Roles of the prosecutor and the judicial officer in investigation
3. Trial Procedures
3.1 The Adversarial system of trial and the Inquisitorial system
3.2 Role of the judges, the prosecutors and defence attorney in the
trial
3.3 Referring the matter to Lok Adalats under Legal Services
Authorities Act, 1987
3.4 Admissibility and inadmissibility of evidence
3.4.1 Special reference to Information Technology Act, 2000
3.4.2 Expert evidence
3.5 Appeal to the court in awarding appropriate punishment
3.6 Plea – bargaining
4. Correction and aftercare services
4.1 Institutional Correction of the offenders
4.2 General comparison After care services in India and France
4.3 The role of the court in correctional programmes in India
5. Preventive Measures in India
5.1 Preventive measure under Cr.P.C (1973)
5.2 Special Enactments

6. Public interest Litigation: Directions for criminal
prosecution.

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