Group discussion on - Capital punishment as a deterrent to rape in India.
23 January 2020
K.R. Mangalam University
Activity period on 22nd January 2020 was organized by School of Legal Studies to enlighten the students on Capital punishment as a deterrent to rape in India. A Small interactive session took place between teachers and students. The educational session was organized by Mr. Kulwinder Singh Gill, Asst. Professor, School of Legal Studies. Students actively participated with faculty on various theories of punishment such as a reformative theory is still better than deterrent theory of capital punishment. Various aspects of Nirbhaya Case were analyzed in discussion. It was great session when students talked about, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, Right to Life Article 21 with special reference of Indian Constitution. Some students have presented their views on the factors like humanity, failure of religion and male dominance society.
The queries of the students were also answered by the faculties present in the event. Concept of Liberalization was also discussed in the session. With the mixed views of the students and faculties present over their educational session ended.