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RGNUL Team / Core Faculty

PROFESSOR (DR.) G.S. BAJPAI

Vice-Chancellor

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Publications:

Research Papers

  • Existency for Law on Hate Crime Against Racial Minorities: A Comparative Study with Special Reference to North-East People in India, Contemporary Law Review, MNLU Nagpur (2018).
  • Innovative Teaching Pedagogies in Law: A Critical Analysis of Methods and Tools, Special Issue on Teaching Methods & Techniques, Contemporary Law Review, Vol. II, No. 1, MNLU Nagpur (2018).
  • Thwarting Radicalization in India: Lacunae in Policy Initiatives, Journal of National Law University Delhi, Vol. 4 (2016-2017). Developing Protocols for Women Victims of Sexual Crimes, Congress of the International Society of Criminology, Lexis-Nexis (October 2016).
  • Evolving Victimological Jurisprudence: A View from Supreme Court Cases, Journal of National Law University Delhi, Vol. 3 (2015-2016).
  • Locating the Crime Victim in Criminal Procedure Ideologies, Tokiwa International Victimology Institute Journal – International Perspectives in Victimology, Vol. 8, Number 1 (March 2014).
  • Corporate Criminal Liability: Issues & Perspective, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics (Jan-July, 2011).
  • Law Impact Assessment: Need, Scope & Methodology, NULJ, Nirma University, Vol. 1 Issue 1 (July 2011).
  • GIS and Crime Mapping, Journal of RMLNLIU, Lucknow (2010)
  • Authored two Course Units on ‘Foundation of Criminology’ and ‘Restorative Justice’, for the PG course on Criminal Justice Administration of IGNOU. Witness & Criminal Justice, Indian Law Review, Vol. 1 (2010).
  • A Chapter on ‘Criminology Studies’ in Survey of Sociology & Social Anthropology, ICCSR (2009).
  • A Chapter on ‘Bhopal Industrial Disaster: Corporate Negligence’, in the International Crime Justice Book, Cambridge Press.
  • Psycho-social Consequences of Victimization in Rape, International Perspectives in Victimology, Vol. 2, No. 1, (July 2006) pp. 67-81.
  • Reducing Crime: British Ways, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 34 (1 & 2), (Jan. and July 2006).
  • Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnership: The British Experiences, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, (May-August 2006).
  • A Comparative Study of Frustration, Depression, & Deprivation amongst Trainee and Serving Police Officials, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. XXVII, No. 3 (Sept.-Dec. 2006)
  • Experiences of Cynicism, Occupational Stress and Anxiety amongst Trainees & Serving Police Officials, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 33 (1&2), (Jan. and July 2005).
  • Situational Crime Prevention & Crime Reduction Disorders, Indian Police Journal. Vol. LII, No. 3, (July-Sept. 2005).
  • Developing Human Rights Sensitization Programme for Police, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics (2005).
  • Crime Reduction and Situational Crime Prevention, Indian Police Journal. Vol. LI, No. 1 (Jan-March, 2004).
  • Post Victimization Consequences in Rape Cases: Psycho Social Perspective, Indian Police Journal, Vol. LI, No. 4, (Oct.-Dec., 2004).
  • The Insecured People - A Tale of Victims of Terrorism, Journal of the Institute of Human Rights, Vol. V, No. 1 (June 2002).
  • Conflict Management through Restorative Justice, Indian Police Journal, (Jan.-Mar. 2002).
  • Enforcement of Human Rights - Quest for Alternatives, Journal of Institute of Human Rights (Dec. 2001).
  • On Informal Arrest and Human Rights Violations, Indian Journal of Criminology (Jan.-March 2000).
  • Formulating a Model Scheme for Victim-Assistance in India, Agenda papers for XXVIII All India Police Science Congress at Phillaur (Jan. 3-5, 1997).
  • Victimological Applications to Police Work, Agenda papers for XXIX. All India Police Science Congress held at Lucknow (1997).
  • Victim-resistance Measures in Victimization of Personal Violence. Indian Journal of Criminology & Criminalistics, Vol. VIII, No. 1:2, (Jan-June, 1997).
  • Conception of Deviant Victim: An approach to Devictimization, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 15, No. 2 (July 1997).
  • Violence and the State, Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. XVII, No. (Jan.-April, 1996).
  • Human Rights and Police: Need for Realistic Approach, SVP Journal. (July-Dec. 1995, III).
  • Custodial Crimes: Some Observations, CBI Bulletin, Vol. 3, No. 7 (1995).
  • Violence: Some Implications of Development. Police Research & Development (Jan.-March 1994).
  • Victims of Violent Crime. A Study in Victimology. Police Research & Development. (April-June, 1994).
  • Some Critical Issues in the Criminal Justice System of India. Indian Police Journal, Vol. XXXX No. 1 (1993).
  • On Development and Crime. Police Research and Development (April, June, 1993).
  • Organised Crime: International Scenario. Police Research & Development (Oct.-Dec. 1993).
  • Implications of Economic Liberalization for Crime and Policing. Police Research and Development (July-Sept. 1992 III).
  • Risk of Criminal Victimization: An Assessment of Personnel Factors, Social Defence, Vol. XXXII (Oct. 1992).
  • Police and Development: A Case Study of West Bengal 1951-71, Indian Journal of Criminology & Criminalistics, Vol. XIII, 3-4 (1992).
  • Community Policing - Concept and Applications, Police Research and Development (July-Sept. III, 1990).
  • A Study in Motive behind Victimization, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 16, No. 2 (July 1988).
  • Mode of Victimization in Violent Crime, Indian Journal of Criminology & Criminalistics, Vol. VII, No. 1 (Jan- March, 1988).
  • Victim-recidivism in some Violent Offences, Social Defence, XXII, No. 8 (July, 1987).
  • Mode of Victimization in Violent Crime, Indian Journal of Criminology & Criminalistics, Vol. VII, No. 1 (January-March, 1988).
  • Dynamics of Victim-Offender Interaction, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics. Vol. VIII No. 3-4, (July-Dec. 1988).
  • Victim-resistance Measures: A Victimological Perspective, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 15, No. 1 (January 1987).
  • The Study of Victim-precipitation in Some Property Offences. Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 14 No. (January 1986).
  • Victim-precipitation in some Violent Offences, Indian Journal of Criminology, Vol. 14, No. 2 (July 1986).
  • “Happiness and Criminal Victimization: A Study of Relationship and Restoration”, Journal of Victimology and Victim Justice (SAGE), 2021.


Op-ed Articles

  • ‘Governance should engage people for leap of faith’ in The Tribune on 15 February 2020.
  • ‘Victim Justice is two step forward, one step back’ in the Hindu on 10 February 2020.
  • ‘Forgiveness is the key reform that Criminal Justice System needs’ in the Tribune on 6 February 2020
  • ‘Fast-tracking death penalty sans fairness’ in the Tribune on 28 January 2020.
  • ‘Demystifying our criminal justice system, partly’ in the Tribune on 16 November 2019
  • ‘Criminally Negligent’ in the Deccan Herald on 30th October 2019.
  • The MHA need to have a cautious approach to Criminal Procedure Reforms in The Live Law on 24.10.2019
  • NCRB’s Reclassification of Old Offences, Inclusion of New Categories Problematic: Expert in India spend on 24.10.2019.
  • ‘A Roadmap for Criminal Justice Reforms’ in the Hindu on 22 October 2019.
  • “Criminal law amendments need a direction”, in The Tribute, on 11 October 2019.
  • “Crime data in India is short on information on victims and witnesses”, in The Indian Express, on 28 September, 2019.
  • “Technology, training can stop sewer deaths”, in The Tribune, on 24 September, 2019.
  • “The ‘criminalisation’ test”, in The Deccan Herald, on 19 September, 2019.
  • “Transforming National Law Universities”, in Livelaw, on 12 September, 2019.
  • “Idea of police universities needs clear vision”, in The Tribune, on 5 September, 2019.
  • “Putting accident victims at the centre of vehicles law”, in The Hindu, on 5 September, 2019.
  • “A step ahead of the law”, in The Tribune, on 24 August, 2019.
  • “UAPA The Law Terrorises”, in The Deccan Herald, on 14 August, 2019.
  • “Criminology of Mob lynching”, in The Tribune, on 16 July, 2019.
  • “Combating Radicalisation”, in The Deccan Herald, on 11 July, 2019.
  • “Institutionalise prisoners’ conjugal visits”, in The Tribune, on 21 June, 2019.
  • “Justice that heals”, in The Indian Express, on 15 June, 2019.
  • “Artificial Intelligence, the law and the future”, in The Hindu, on 5 June, 2019.
  • “Crime victim support should have statutory basis”, in The Tribune, on 5 June, 2019.
  • “Saving campuses from criminalisation”, in The Tribune, on 25 April, 2019.
  • “Slow fast-track courts”, in The Deccan Herald, on 25 April, 2019.
  • “On Voting Rights of Prisoners”, in The Tribune, on 3 April, 2019.
  • “Acquittal of accused in Samjhauta Express case underlines the need to create a cadre of professional prosecutors”, in The Indian Express, on 29 March, 2019.
  • “The judiciary’s impact needs urgent assessment”, in The Hindustan Times, on 20 March, 2019.
  • “How does India deal with radicalisation?”, in The Times of India, on 9 March, 2019.
  • “What witnesses really need”, in The Indian Express, on 12 February, 2019.
  • “Are courts performing?”, in The Deccan Herald, on 6 February, 2019.
  • “Norms for premature release need uniformity”, in The Tribune, on 31 January, 2019.
  • “Overcriminalisation: Are We Heading To Unprincipled Criminalisation?”, in Livelaw, on 13 January, 2019.
  • “Invoke Criminal Sanctions with Caution”, in The Tribune, on 11 January, 2019.
  • “Mainstreaming Victims of Crimes”, in The Hindu, on 1 January, 2019.
  • “Gender of Justice”, in The Indian Express, on 19 November, 2018.
  • “Redressal still a far cry”, in The Deccan Herald, on 26 September, 2018.
  • “The Law of Happiness”, in The Indian Express, on 24 September, 2018.
  • “Growing Legal Momentum: The impetus provided by the 1991 liberalisation has redefined legal education in India”, in The Indian Express, on 27 April, 2018.
  • “Victim Blaming by Court”, in The Deccan Herald, on 26 September, 2017.
  • “A Legal System in Crisis without empirical data”, in The Deccan Herald, on 30 April, 2016.
  • “Dilemma in rushing road accident victims to hospital”, in The Deccan Herald, on 5 April, 2016.
  • “Time to revisit IPC”, in The Deccan Herald, on 6 March, 2016.
  • “The Law should deter wrongful prosecution”, in the Tribune, on 19 June, 2021.
  • “UAPA’s constitutionality open to debate”, in The Tribune, on 2 July, 2021.
  • “Time to reform Sedition law”, in the Indian Express, on 2 July, 2021.
  • “Trial in absentia can help the cause of justice”, on 18 August, 2021.


Project Reports

  • ‘Perspectives of Justice–Restorative Justice and Child Sexual Abuse in India’, in collaboration with Counsel to Secure Justice, New Delhi (2018).
  • ‘Status of Crime Against Women and Gender Justice in Northern Regions of India’, sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi (2017).
  • ‘Applications of Situational Crime Prevention & Crime Reduction in Indian Crime Scenario’, sponsored by the ICSSR, New Delhi.
  • ‘Situational Crime Prevention & Crime Reduction’, funded by UGC.
  • ‘Witness in the Criminal Justice System’, funded by the Bureau of Police Research & Development, MHA, New Delhi.
  • ‘Criminological Studies’, part of Fifth Survey in Sociology and Social Anthropology (2006).
  • ‘Criminology in India in 2000 A.D.’, sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi (2004).
  • ‘Crime Reduction through Situational Crime Prevention: A Study in the United Kingdom’; conducted at the Department of Criminology, University of Leicester, and submitted under the Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship (2003-04).
  • ‘Socio-psychological Consequences of Victimization in Rape Cases’, funded by UGC (2003).
  • UGC MRP - Impact and Implementation of Juvenile Justice Act, 2000.
  • Developing a Human Right Sensitization Programme for Police, The Perspective, Vol. I, (Aug. 1997).
  • Community Policing - Concept and Applications, with Bureau of Police Research and Development, New Delhi (1995).
  • ‘Victim of Some Violent Crime: A Study in Victimology’, with Bureau of Police Research and Development funded by ICCSR, New Delhi (1994).


Books/Monographs

  • Juvenile Justice: Impact and Implementation in India, Bloomsbury Publishing (2019)
  • Living on the Edge: A Study of Women Victimization & Legal Control, Mohan Law House (2019).
  • A Chapter on Multinational Corporate Criminal Negligence: A Case Study of the Bhopal Disaster, India, along with Prof. Bir Pal Singh in the book ‘International and Transnational Crime and Justice, Cambridge University Press (2019).
  • On Wrongful Incarceration Default in Payment of Fine Suspension of Sentence (2018).
  • Perspectives of Justice: Restorative Justice and Child Sexual Abuse in India (2018).
  • Duties of Frontline Professionals Towards Securing Justice for Victims: A Manual (2018).
  • Pre-Trial Process and Policing – Case Analysis and Judicial Discourse, National Law University Delhi Press (2017).
  • Judgements that Shaped the Indian Jurisprudence – Supreme Court Rulings in Perspective (1950-2016), Thomson Reuters (2016).
  • Victim Justice: A Paradigm Shift in Criminal Justice System in India, Thomson Reuters (2016).
  • Victimological Narratives on Gender Violence, Serials Publications, New Delhi (2014).
  • Criminal Justice System Reconsidered, Serials Publications, New Delhi (2011).
  • Witness and the Criminal Justice System – Researching Consequences of being a Witness, Lambert Publications, Germany (2011).
  • Situational Crime Prevention and Crime Reduction, Serials Publications, New Delhi (2011).
  • On Cyber Crime & Cyber Law, Serials Publications, New Delhi (2011).
  • Course Hand Book on Research Methodology edited for distance education LL.M. course of MP Bhoj (open) University, Bhopal (2006).
  • Development without Disorder, Vishwavidyalaya Prakashan, Sagar (2002).
  • On Human Rights and Police: Punjab Police Academy, Phillaur (1997).
  • Custodial Crimes: Some Observations, Punjab Police Academy, Phillaur (1997).
  • Police and Human Rights (Hindi) Under G. B. Pant Award Scheme, BPR&D, New Delhi (1997).
  • Victim in the Criminal Justice Process: Perspectives on Police and Judiciary, Uppal Publications, New Delhi (1997).
  • Living on the Edge: A Study of Women Victimization & Legal Control, Mohan Law House, New Delhi (2019).