IQAC and Women Development Cell department of Bhavna Trust Junior and Degree College of Commerce and Science Organized a seminar on Friday 17th March 2023 at 12 noon in room no 207 on the topic “The Indian Penal Code ” , Advocate Shrushit Vishwakarma was invited as a resource person, around 210 Students were present for the program.
The resource person Advocate Shrushit Vishwakarma guided students about IPC that “The Indian Penal Code (IPC) is the official criminal code of India. It is a comprehensive code intended to cover all substantive aspects of criminal law. The code was drafted on the recommendations of first law commission of India established in 1834 under the Charter Act of 1833 under the chairmanship of Thomas Babington Macaulay. It came into force in India during the British rule in 1862. However, it did not apply automatically in the Princely states, which had their own courts and legal systems until the 1940s. The code has since been amended several times and is now supplemented by other criminal provisions.
After the partition of India, the Indian Penal Code was inherited by India and Pakistan, where it continues independently as the Pakistan Penal Code. After the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan, the code continued in force there. The code was also adopted by the British colonial authorities in Colonial Burma, Ceylon (modern Sri Lanka), the Straits Settlements (now part of Malaysia), Singapore and Brunei, and remains the basis of the criminal codes in those countries.”
Following session was ended with Vote of Thanks by Convenor: Pramodini P Kokane.