Post Graduate Diploma Course in Securities Law

The Government Law College
In Mumbai

Rs 20,500

Important information

  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Mumbai

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
The Government law College 'A' Road, Churchgate, 400020, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree from any faculty of the Mumbai University, or with a corresponding equivalent degree from any other University, are eligible to apply.

Course programme

The GLC Postgraduate Diploma Course in Securities Law seeks to match a select group of India's finest and most accomplished securities lawyers with an equally fine and dedicated group of students to transfer to them the skills necessary to meet those demands and take full advantage of the opportunities they present.

The teaching method for the course will promote an intensive study of the law on the subject, an inquiring mind and practical appreciation of the problems through a method of lectures, discussions, case studies, seminar presentations and research assignments. The course will encourage a high degree of interaction between the faculty and students. The faculty will be drawn from the academic world, the judiciary, regulators like SEBI, RBI, reputed attorneys, counsels, experts from corporate houses and visiting international faculty wellversed in securities law.

GLC's Securities Law Course will provide essential, practical, immediately applicable techniques and knowledge as well as broad insights and an overview of both Indian and international securities law. Students and securities market professionals will acquire the broad-based perspective, indepth understanding and conceptual clarity that will help to carry out their roles, better represent their clients and, at the same time, make securities regulation in India more efficient, fairer and more understandable. By doing so, they should be better able to inspire the trust and confidence of domestic and international investors and enable India's capital markets to continue expand successfully compete to raise capital. Similarly, by promoting reform of India's securities law and regulations to make them at least equivalent to any of the best in protecting investors and developing markets, the course will not only help make India's markets more attractive to investors but also mobilize capital from abroad.