The Government Law College

Diploma in Cyber Laws course

The Government Law College

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Typology Diploma
Methodology Distance learning
Location Mumbai
  • Diploma
  • Distance learning
  • Mumbai

The course Diploma in Cyber Laws course in the field of Other Law Specialities covers various subjects like display of creatives in a visual form for communication, activity of promoting the sale of goods, especially by their presentation in retail outlets, and the process of bringing the ultimate user to the main producer, through a series of stages, where retailing is the last one. It is not limited to quantities, but limited to the exact requirement of the ultimate user. Therefore, bringing about operational efficiency at this last stage, and creating an environment so compelling that the customer makes a purchase.

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Mumbai (Maharashtra)
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The Government law College 'A' Road, Churchgate, 400020


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Course programme

The Diploma in Cyber Law course syllabus has been divided into four papers, to facilitate your ease of studying and understanding. This will also assist with a more comprehensive assessment of your understanding of each subject. The syllabus consists of:

Paper - I: Fundamentals of Cyber Law

Unit 1: Jurisprudence of Cyber Law
Unit 2: Overview of Computer and Web Technology
Unit 3: Electronic Governance - the Indian perspective
Unit 4: Overview of General Laws and Procedures in India

Paper - II: E-commerce- Legal issues

Unit 1: Digital Signatures and the Indian Law
Unit 2: Electronic Contracts
Unit 3: The UNCITRAL Model law on Electronic Commerce

Paper- III: Intellectual Property Issues and Cyberspace - The Indian Perspective

Unit 1: Overview of Intellectual Property related Legislation in India
Unit 2: Copyright law & Cyberspace
Unit 3: Trademark law & Cyberspace
Unit 4: Law relating to Semiconductor Layout & Design

Paper IV: Cyber crime and Digital Evidence - the Indian Perspective

Unit 1: Penalties & Offences under the Information Technology Act, 2000
Unit 2: Offences under the Indian Penal Code, 1860
Unit 3: Issues relating to investigation and adjudication of cyber crimes in India
Unit 4: Digital evidence

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