About the course
Directors are bestowed with broad responsibilities under the Companies Act, 2013. The decision of the Supreme Court in November 2017 has made it explicable that the responsibilities of a Director, howsoever, independent the Director may be, can be imposed with a liability, including Criminal Prosecution where any breach of duty can be attributed thereto.
The personal liability of a Director is either civil or criminal in nature. It is thereof imperative and prudent to gain consciousness and to understand the role, responsibility and duties a person may have as a Director, in order to be able to play the right card at all times. This executive development programme will help participants gain the skills that they need to be an effective board member.
Additionally, it will also equip the delegates with practical tools for participating / heading committees at the board level and help in running your own companies as CEO. Develop a deep understanding of board responsibilities and prepare yourself to reach and excel in corporate governance.An effective Board is a dynamic, fluid group that brings new ideas to further a cause that they are passionate about.
The start-up Boards are navigating between their new-found success and in resolving and addressing issues on how to drive their Company to the next level, how to make strategic decisions, how to beat the competition, how to manage an unforeseen crisis BUT all these can be more effectively done with an added flavour of “Corporate Governance” (CG), Corporate Responsibility Practices (CRP) & Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
This programme equips the current or prospective board member with the conceptual frameworks to not only understand and fulfil the expectations but also contribute effectively towards creating world-class organisations
- CAPACITY BUILDING
- FRANCHISE AGREEMENTS
- REGULATORY COMPLIANCES
- FAMILY BUSINESS AND GOVERNANCE
- DUE DILIGENCE
- LAW ON CONTRACTUAL 06 OBLIGATIONS
- HOW TO NOT BEHAVE IN A BOARD ROOM?
- BOARD ROOM DECORUM
- PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
Who may attend?
The persons who may attend include Entrepreneurs, Investors, Small and Medium Enterprises, Lawyers, Law-Students, Academicians, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Insolvency Professionals, Directors, Employees of Start-Ups.
Course Fee: Rs. 20,000 [Non-Residential]
Subject to availability of Guest-Rooms on Twin-Sharing/Single-Sharing basis, we may provide for the accommodation on payment of additional tariff as may be applicable, within the NLSIU campus on first cum first serve basis. The participants will be served with tea/coffee/Executive-Lunch only in the respective breaks during the programme.
Payment for the course shall be done either by NEFT transfer as per the details given or by way of Demand Draft drawn in favour of National Law School of India University, payable at Bengaluru which has to be sent to the address or through mentioned along with the Registration Form (See Programme Brochure).
The Bank Transaction ID Number in case of NEFT Transfer must be sent to [email protected]
Registration shall be on First Come First Serve Basis, and shall be confirmed only on receipt of the Registration Form and Course-Fee.
Last date to register: December 10, 2018
Email: [email protected]
For details, view the programme brochure given here.
This post was first published on:
15 Nov 2018