About the Course
Competition law deals with market failures on account of restrictive business practices in the market. It is the law that promotes or maintains market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by players in the market. Competition Law is recognized as one of the key pillars of the market economy.
The benefits of competition for economic growth and consumer welfare are well recognized and therefore, strict enforcement of competition law is a big challenge for any competition authorities.
Competition law believes in the premise that the unrestrained interaction of the competitive forces in the market will yield the best allocation of economic resources, lower prices, improve quality and maximum material progress for the citizens.
The course is broken up into 5 modules:
1. Introduction to Competition Law
2. Important Aspects of Competition Act, 2002
3. Competition Commission of India & DGCI
4. Competition Law in Various Sectors
5. Competition Law in EU, US and India
The course also includes an online final exam of 50 questions. The final grades in the course will be determined on the basis of score in the final exam.
The course is designed for law school and business school students and legal and management professionals. There are no academic prerequisites required for this course. To understand the course better the students might require to possess the knowledge about basic principles of law.
This course will be helpful to:
1. Students looking to gain knowledge and work in the field of competition law.
2. Professionals who are looking to expand their knowledge in the field of law.
The course will be delivered online and can be started instantly after registration. The course content will be delivered in the form of reading material, explanatory slides, short video lectures and live discussion forums. Standalone home works and assignments are also included with course, however they do not form part of course grade evaluation. The course ends with a final exam of 50 marks. The duration of the exam is 1 hour and student will be required to score more than 50% marks to pass the exam.
An e-certificate containing verifiable unique code will be issued instantly in the student’s profile after the completion of the exam and submission of the course. The certificate can be printed by the student for various academic purposes.
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