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Prof.  G  S  BAJPAI 

      

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 Dr G S Bajpai  serves as Professor ( Law, Development & Implementation analysis/ Criminal Justice Administration) at National Law Institute University, Bhopal.  Based in India, Dr Bajpai  holds masters Degrees in Criminology and Sociology. His Doctorate work is in the field of Victimology. He has  a Post Graduate Diploma in Victimology from Tokiwa International Victimology Institute, Tokiwas University, Mito, Japan.   

In his about two decades of professional career Dr. Bajpai has served  Faculty of Department of Criminology and Forensic Science,  Dr H. S. Gour University,  Sagar  Mp, India (Formerly University of Saugor, MP),   as Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, as  Junior Analyst Officer at the Bureau of  Police Research & Development, New Delhi and  as Lecturer at the Punjab Police Academy, Phillaur.  

 Dr. Bajpai specializes in Criminal Justice Studies, Policy Research and Law implementation and research methodology. 

 His current interest is in Crime Reduction. He has done research in Crime Reduction and Situational Crime Prevention in the UK (2003-4)

In his about twenty years of research, teaching and training experience, Dr. Bajpai carried out research and consultancy projects for state police forces and conducted /directed a large number of training courses to the police officials of various states. He has also conducted/directed training programmes for IRS/ IPS officials and officials from Magistracy and Judicial branch. Recently, he has organized three national level Seminar/ workshop in the areas of Criminal Justice and Computer Applications in Social Research respectively.

His dynamism has extended to abroad also. Besides being reviewer of International journals, he has edited and collaborated some projects with experts abroad. Dr Bajpai has worked at University of Paris  (France) under Indo-French Cultural Exchange Programme to work on victims' position in French criminal justice system . Recently, he has been selected for the prestigious Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship tenable at the Department of Criminology, University of Leceister, UK for an advanced research and teaching for the year 2003-04. He has been to Tokiwa International Victimology Institute, Tokiwas University, Mito, Japan for delivering a series of lectures (2007).  

Recipient of G. B. Pant Award (for writing a book on  Human Rights and Police ( in Hindi ), Dr. Bajpai has authored two books  and  more than seventy articles/ papers, project reports monographs in the  Journals and Magazines. He has conducted six major projects  funded by the UGC, ICSSR and BPRD.Several doctoral level researches under his supervision are on or completed. His recent book- Development without Disorders' acclaimed internationally

For his commendable work in the area of human rights, he has been conferred the  Human Rights Millennium Award and  ;Human Rights Promotion Award 2001 by the Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi for his outstanding contribution in the field of Human Rights. In recognition of his contribution in the growth of Criminology in India, Dr. Bajpai was conferred the title of   Fellow of Indian Society of Criminology  (FISC) by the Indian Society of criminology (ISC). He has been also conferred the Prof S S srivastava Memorial award for his outstanding contribution to Indian criminology.

He has been selected for  Man of the year Award 2003 and the American Medal for Honor (2004)  by the American Biographical Institute, INC.



Dr. Bajpai is the Life Member of Indian Society of Criminology, Indian Society of Victimology, Indian Social Science Association and the Indian Sociological Society.   He has been designated as the founder Convenor of  Research Committee on  Sociology of Crime and Deviance created under the Indian Sociological Society.

He is also credited to have designed a curriculum on  PG Diploma in Criminology and Police Administration available through distance mode of education

Dr. Bajpai serves as Consultant to the ICSSR and Counselor to IGNOU courses.  He is on the panel of Consultants and Experts created by the BPR&D for formulation of Model Legislation for Victim Assistance in India.



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