Dr. Praveen Kumar Lohchab

Associate Professor, Head of Department
Cyber Law

Professional Biography

Praveen Kumar Lohchab has worked in industry, academics and administration. He started his teaching career at Delhi Institute of Rural Development and thereafter moved toThe NorthCap University (previously ITM University) Gurugram. He was the officiating Head of the Law School at NorthCap University.

He has worked as head/member of various committees such as Moot Court Committee, Disciplinary Committee, Anti Ragging Committee, Board of Studies and Academic Council.

Praveen qualified with B.A (Law), LL.B and LL.M, and PhD from MDI Rothak. He is also UGC NET-JRF qualified. His PhD was on legislation pertaining to global e-waste management. Praveen was conferred the University Gold Medal in 2007 for securing first position in B.A (Law).

Publications (from 2015)

Scholarly Journals
'Victims of global climate change: A structured catastrophe on earth', MDU Law Journal, XVIII, pp. 169, (Kumar, P., and Kanu Priya, December, 2017).

'Dimensions of ‘public purpose’ in land acquisition in India', International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies & Research, 4(1), p. 115, (Singh, V. and Kumar, P., 2017).

'HSIIDC v. Mawasi & ors.- Case Analysis', Society and Politics, 7(1), p. 98, (Singh, V., and Kumar, P., 2017).

'Concept of corporate criminal liability: At a glance with global development', International Journal of Advanced Research, 6(2), pp. 1698 (Sachar, H.S. and Kumar, P., 2018).

'Paradigms of corporate criminal liability', International Journal for Management, IT and Engineering, pp. 15-24 (Sachar, H.S. and Kumar, P., 2019).

'Judicial activism: A tool to protect and widen the scope of civil liberties provided under the Indian constitution’, Bharati Law Review, pp. 95-108 (Ahmed, B. and Kumar, P., 2018).

'Protection of victims of crime in India: Compensation and rehabilitation', MDU Law Journal, pp. 177-190 (Ahmed, B. and Kumar, P., 2018).

'Judicial activism: A tool to protect and widen the scope of civil liberties provided under the Indian constitution', CPJ Law Journal, pp. 90-98 (Ahmed, B. and Kumar, P., 2018).

'Enforcement of right to bail in criminal trials in India: A critical analysis of judicial discretion in India, Lexigentia, pp. 28-35 (Ahmed, B. and Kumar, P., 2018).
'Case comment: Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. V Mawasi', Lexigentia, pp.113-121 (Singh, V. and Kumar, P., 2018).

'Protection of patent rights abroad', All India Reporter, (Radhakrishnan, K. and Kumar, P., 2018).

Scholarly Conference Proceedings
'Criminal law reforms in India: With reference to Criminal Law (Amendment Bill) 2017', Criminal Reforms in Recent Times, Jagannath University, Bahadurgarh (Kumar, P., 11 February 2017).

'Victims of global climate change with reference to recent natural disasters', Climate change and sustainable development: Perspectives and transformational challenges, Faculty of Law, University of Jammu (Kumar, P., 7-8 November 2017).

Research Monographs, Books and Book Chapters
Global Laws on Clinical Trials on Humans, Amazon (Kindle Edition), (Kumar, P., May 2017). 213 Pages.