A Study on Evolution of Prison System in India

  • C. Arun Srividya and R. Nabiyathul Yasmin Begum
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  • C. Arun Srividya

    Student at Saveetha School of Law, Saveetha Medical and Technical Sciences (SIMATS), India

  • R. Nabiyathul Yasmin Begum

    Student at Saveetha School of Law, Saveetha Medical and Technical Sciences (SIMATS), India

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A jail is something characterized as a position of convenience which was utilized for the people who have committed an offense and whose preliminary is forthcoming for having committed that offense. The jail and detainees regulation in India are one of the regulations that was inconspicuous and neglected and it can't get adequate significance as it ought to be for changes in the present situation. There is absence of solid regulations for those individuals who are remaining in the jails who additionally reserve the option to live with poise and furthermore entitled for essential regard like any remaining residents of the country. There are many occurrences in which detainees have been exposed to cruel circumstances or treatment and denied of fundamental requirements like legitimate food and appropriate sterile circumstances. Jail ought to help in improving people rather than just rebuffing them. Changes possibly be gotten by society whenever lawbreakers get the right opportunity of progress. On the off chance that an individual carries out wrongdoing that doesn't implies that individual prevents from been person. This research module is shaped in three forms: First the introduction, secondly about the objectives, literature review , thirdly it concludes on the outlook of right to seek redressal, total number of responses in 200 and the main tool for calculating and analyzing the results is graph and Bar charts, As an independent variable I have taken Age, Gender, Education qualification, Occupation and income range and as dependent variables I have taken agreeable questions and scale in questions.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 894 - 914

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111989

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