The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) is a Policy Think tank under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs of Government of India, handling and dealing with various subjects, matters and affairs in the arena and spectrum of corporate affairs regulation, governance and policy.
Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs is conducting an Advanced Professional Course in Competition Law and Market Regulations. This is the 4th batch and the duration is from Dec 2019-May 2020.
The course is specifically designed for Lawyers, In-House Counsels, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Cost and Work Accountants, Government Officials, Economists, Public Sector Enterprises, Sectoral Regulators, Academicians, Managers, CEOs, CFOs, Company Directors, Prospective Entrepreneurs and Students.
Comprehensive 50+ hours of virtual classes
Easy accessibility on all devices including smartphones
Experienced Faculty of National and International repute
Well-developed course material with presentations
No working experience required
The new paradigm of Regulation and Competition
Legal and Economic Foundation
Competition Law in India
Competition Law in the selected jurisdiction
Competition Law and Regulated Sector
Economics and Competition Law
Intellectual Property Laws and Competition Law
Public Sector and Competition Law
Course Fee + Exam Fee
For Professionals: Rs. 75,520 inclusive of GST.
For Students: Rs. 40,120 inclusive of GST.
Early bird discount available till Nov 10 and group discounts are also available for 4 or more members.
Fill in the registration form along with an ID Card, DD, Pan card, Student ID (details are given in the brochure)
The filled-in registration form along with the documents is to be sent to Course Coordinator, School of Competition Law and Market Regulations, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), Plot no: 6, 7, 8, Sector-5, IMT Manesar Gurgaon, Haryana – 122 050.
Also, send the payment details by email to competitionlaw[at]iica.in.
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