Corporate Law students entering the corporate environment eventually will need to spruce up their understanding on the different laws that are at play in order to perform their jobs more effectively as they progress through the ranks.
The program essentially aims to foster in eligible candidates, a meaningful understanding of basic philosophical tenets of Constitutional Law, and to train them in the fundamental legal structures and concepts that are found in constitutions across the world, such as basic rights, rule of law, judicial review, systems of governance, etc.
The study of Substantial Law covers the Provisions of Information Technology Act (ITA) and gives an overview of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO), Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Work Place Act (PoSH), Indecent Representation of Women’s Act and Human Rights Act concerning Cyber Crimes.
Prakriti has obtained her Bachelors of Law (BBA LLB) from KIIT University, Bhubaneswar with a specialisation in Business Laws and Masters of Law from National Law University Odisha, with a specialisation in Corporate and Security Laws. She has completed the Company Secretary professional course from the ICSI. She is an NSE certified professional in Financial and Security Market.Read more
A law graduate from Government Law College, Mumbai, with over 24 years of experience in Legal Profession.Trains law enforcement agencies across the country. Trains bankers at Institute of Development and Research in Banking Technology(est. by RBI) Conducts awareness programs on Cyber Law and Cyber Crimes in various colleges/universities/institutes at Mumbai.Read more