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This UGC NET exam is divided into two parts (i.e) Part I and Part II. You need to qualify in both papers to pass the UGC NET Criminology exam.
|Test Duration||120 minutes|
|Marks per question||2|
|Criminological thought in ancient India and abroad||Investigate the arrangement of thought which comprises of an incorporated hypothesis of causation of crime and of strategies of control inferred in the hypothesis of causation.|
|Constitutional theories||Understanding region of sacred law that spotlights on the underpinnings of established government.|
|Criminological research||Explain how it impacts social arrangement advancement, and illuminates criminal equity rehearse.|
|Constitutional theories||Know suitable wellsprings of expert to direct translation of the Constitution and what relative weight ought to be relegated to the different proper sources.|
|Criminological research||Understanding subjective strategies and the examination procedure; Design an exploration ponder and to assess those led by others.|
|Social change||Study critical modification after some time in conduct designs and social esteems and standards.|
|Juvenile delinquency||Investigate the routine perpetrating of criminal acts or offenses by a youngster, particularly one underneath the age at which normal criminal indictment is conceivable.|
|History and theories of punishment||Understanding various correctional purposes -, for example, requital, prevention and recovery - in a solitary, reasonable structure.|
|Prison system in India||Investigate discipline that courts most ordinarily force for genuine crimes, for example, lawful offenses.|
|Legal approaches||Understanding how Law gives the fundamental establishment to the assurance of a person's human rights.|
|Victimology||Study of the casualties of crime and the mental impacts of their experience.|