evaluate the latest developing trends in criminology and penology taking stock of contemporary changes of the 21st centuary which are taking. Criminology and Penology, 14th edition. by N.V. Paranjape. Edition: 14th edition. Book condition: Brand New! Book Description. 14th edition. Softcover. A scholarly work by Dr. N.V. Paranjape, providing a clear and comprehensive explanation of the basic principles of Criminology, Penology and Victimology.
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Law students study history of evolution of criminal law both during the ancient period and later era.
In India ancient law includes the laws of Manu and Kautilya, which were totally unjust.
A Kshatriya, having defamed a Brahmana, shall be fined one hundred panas ; a Vaisya one hundred and fifty or two hundred; a Sudra shall suffer corporal punishment. A Brahmana shall be fined fifty panas for defaming penollgy Kshatriya; in the case of a Vaisya the fine shall be twenty-five panas ; in the case of a Sudra twelve.
For offences of twice-born men against those of equal caste varna, the fine shall be also twelve panas ; for speeches which ought not to be uttered, that and every fine shall be double. A crimihology man a Sudrawho insults a driminology man with gross invective, shall have his tongue cut out; for he is of low origin. If he mentions the names and castes gati of the twice-born with contumely, an iron nail, ten fingers long, shall be thrust red-hot into his mouth. If he arrogantly teaches Brahmanas their duty, the king shall cause hot oil to be poured into his mouth and into his ears.
Criminology, Penology, Victimology ( Paperback)
But, the law students in India are not given the actual picture of criminal alw in the ancient India. The abovementioned facts are covred up by the Brahmin penooogy and the Brahmin penolgy of the universities who prescribes those perverted books as text books for law students. Paranjape which has been prescribed as text-book for law students in graduate and post-graduate levels in various universities.
The penal policy should, therefore, be completely free from considerations as to the caste, creed, religion or status of the offender.
It would be pertinent to note in this context, that the failure n.v.paranjpe criminal justice during Moghul rule in India was solely due to the discriminatory nature of Muslim law or crimes and evidence. Thus, no Mohammedan could be awarded capital punishment on the evidence of an infidel, that is, the unbeliever in the Muslim faith.
Further, the evidence ofone Mohammedan was equivalent to two Hindus and evidentiary value of two female witnesses was equal to one male witness under the Muslim law. A thief could be convicted only on the evidence of two men. But, the same author in the previous page, No. It would become evident that the casteiist prejudice crimionlogy Mr. He subscribes to the view that the penal system in the days of Manu and Kautilya were well-defined. He brain-washes the students who read his book to believe that the cannibablistic Manu and Kautilya were heroes but the Muslim Law makers were villains.
He comments criminologj the irrationality of Muslim Law but rushes to cover up the criminal intentions of Manu and Kautilya. The brahmanical animosity is quite evident from his book. Students must be careful while going through his book. It is a pity that this book is recommended by many universities for reading by students.
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It is wrong that certain universities have prescribed this book as text book. How to redeem the non-brahmin students from the clutches of. Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Central Law Publications- Criminal justice, Administration of – pages.
Criminology and Penology, 14th edition
User Review – Flag as inappropriate not able to open and read it. User Review – Flag as inappropriate Law students study history of evolution of criminal law both during the ancient period and later era. Criminology and Penology N.