The Competition is driving today’s Global business environment, and is as old as evolution of human beings. Competition being fundamental characteristic of a flexible and dynamic market economy, its benefit accrue to consumers, businesses and the economy as a whole. It benefits consumers by enabling them to choose from a wide array of quality products at affordable prices; businesses benefit from lower prices as consumers of raw materials or intermediate products, which augments their competitiveness; and the economy benefits as competition fosters innovation, increases productivity and leads to accelerated economic growth.
In this backdrop, the ICSI is organizing a National Seminar on Laws and Economics of Competition on June 13 2014 at New Delhi.
Mr. Ashok Chawla, Chairman, Competition Law Commission of India has very kindly consented to be the Chief Guest. Other Eminent Faculty comprising Regulators, Executives and professionals having extensive exposure in chosen areas will also address the participants on the occasion.
The theme of the Seminar will be deliberated in the following three technical sessions:
1. Prohibitions: (i) Agreements, and (ii) Investigations
3. Abuse of dominance
The Seminar will be of immense benefit to corporate executives, company secretaries, chartered accountants, cost accountants and other professionals.
Rs. 1,000/- + 12.36% service tax per participant to cover the cost of organisational expenses of the Seminar.
Request for Registration may be sent in the enclosed proforma alongwith demand draft/cheque in favour of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India payable at New Delhi so as to reach on or before June 10,2014 to Assistant Director, (Academics), The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, ICSI House,22,Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi-110 003. Tel: 011-45341027; Mobile: 9899059620; E-mail: [email protected]
Registration Form and Other Details can be accessed in the official ICSI notification HERE.