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.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy code (IBC) is considered the biggest economic reform next only to GST which consolidates and amends the laws relating to reorganization and insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals in a time bound manner. The IBC focuses upon the corporate and individual insolvency resolution process and introduces the concept of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India which would regulate a new genre of Insolvency Professionals through Insolvency Professional Agencies.
With recommendations from the Joint Committee of Parliament to create awareness on this subject in relation to “the issues related to insolvency, bankruptcy and liquidation and its implications for variety of Professionals who will be engaged as insolvency professionals, the business industry and also public at large as well as individuals”, the School of Corporate Law is conducting a Three Months Certificate Course in Insolvency and Bankruptcy – Laws & Procedure.
Eligibility: This certificate course will be useful to professionals such as CA, CS, CMA, Insolvency Professionals & Legal Practitioners, Creditors, Bankers, Academics, and other related stakeholders who are interested in pursuing this area in their professional life.
The business and financial Laws are constantly evolving and adapting to new approaches considering the present-day needs of the stakeholders. The modern commercialism flourishes within a constantly expanding framework of regulation, resulting in the emergence of new actors.
The certificate programme will provide participants with an in-depth understanding, and expertise in a number of key areas of business and financial laws, as well as with skills and enable them to apply, analyse and think critically. In order to achieve these objectives, the course would draw on a huge number of sources and depends on an interdisciplinary approach to law, based on the insights of business and financial laws.
The course is designed for participants who wish to pursue a career within business and financial laws, and would be ideal for business lawyers; prospective insolvency professionals, update the knowledge and skills of working officials, professionals and executives in various types of organizations operating in the sphere of business and financial laws; and prepare the participants to understand the practical implications of law through case-studies and problem-solving techniques. It would also be useful to the participants who wish to enhance their understanding on the subjects
Eligibility: The applicant must be a graduate in any stream (including 4 year students of 5 year professional course in law) from any recognized University/Educational Institute.
Last date to apply: 20th September 2020
Individuals (including Students and Professionals): Rs. 56,640/-
Sponsored Candidates: Rs. 74,340/-
Multiple Registration: Discount only for sponsored candidates: 20% discount on the course fee for every next participant from the same organization (for instance if ABC Co. recommends two candidates fees paid would be Rs. 74,340/- for the first candidate and Rs. 59,472/- for the second and thereafter.
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