As we all are aware, the Centre for Labour Laws (“CLL”) was established in the year 2019 at NLIU, Bhopal. The centre is one of the first Centre in the nation to deal with new and critical issues relating to various legal aspects of the labour and employment regulation regime in India and across the globe.
The CLL is one of those select few Centres/Institutions in the nation which provides Certificate Courses in the domains of Law which are less explored and coming of age.
With the blessings of our Patron Prof. (Dr.) V. Vijayakumar, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, NLIU Bhopal; Ms. Neeta Gupta, Respected Registrar, NLIU Bhopal and after the initial success of Certificate Courses on Labour Laws and Certificate Course on Insurance Laws launched during the month of June 2021, CLL is delighted to announce the launch of one month long Certificate Course on Competition Law, after the necessary approvals from the authorities at NLIU, Bhopal. Thus, to promote research and develop professional expertise in the field of Competition Law, a Certificate Course in the aforementioned subject has been launched by the CLL.
This Certificate Course aims to develop the skills, which are required to deal with the legal and practical aspects related to the Competition Law regime in India.
The registration link for the same is here.
The fee to be paid is as follows-
For Students: ₹ 1500/- only.
For Professionals: ₹ 2000/- only.
The payment link for the same is here.
The deadline to register for the same is 25 December 2021, 11.59 PM IST. There is a maximum ceiling of 150 participants on the number of participants and the slots will be offered on a first come-first serve basis.
The same shall be conducted from 27 December 2021 – 25 January 2022 in an Online mode using CISCO Webex platform.
Please find the flyer & poster of the course attached herewith this email, and feel free to connect to us through our social media handles, or please drop your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line Doubt(s)_Certificate Course in Competition Law.
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