GNLU Center for Corporate and Competition Law is going to organizing the Second edition of the Summer School.
Duration: 4th – 23rd July, 2016
About GIBCLA Summer School 2016:
In continuation to GNLU’s academic tradition of excellence and innovation and to take GNLU classrooms beyond national boundaries, GNLU Indian Business & Commercial Laws Academy (GIBCLA) is offering its summer course on ‘Indian Business & Commercial Laws’ for GIBCLA Summer School 2016.
GIBCLA Summer School 2016 will provide a unique opportunity for young and dynamic students of different nationalities to intellectually explore the Indian legal business commercial environment and experience cultural enrichment through an intensive three weeks academic course.
The participants will experience the extraordinary environment of GNLU academics, resources, and residential life. The remarkable resources of the University from distinguished faculty to resource rich library will improve the inter-culture understanding of national and international laws regulating the business and commercial activity.
The GIBCLA Summer School 2016 will be conducting this course at GNLU campus, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. The interactive but faculty oriented course will be a unique space for learning and collaborating knowledge to encourage and inspire new thinking.
Summer School is open for students pursuing graduate and post graduate studies in law and allied disciplines.
The aim of Indian Business & Commercial Law (IBCL) course is to establish a broad and complete foundation of knowledge of the Indian Laws and Rules governing the various aspects of Business and Commercial activity.
The course will enable the students to expand their horizons and open up their mind academically and culturally to meet the challenges of today’s globalizing world.
Indian Business & Commercial Law course is a full-time, intensive programme, consisting of 45 contact hours over the three week period, generally taking the form of 36 hours of lectures and 9 hours of tutorials. Due to the intensive nature of the course, students are expected to spend full day on campus. Lectures will be delivered by GNLU Faculty or by any other resource person who may be designated by the University to take lectures, each day for 5 working days a week.
In addition to faculty led classes, students are recommended to spend 2-3 hours per day for self-study. Time table will be issued at the beginning of the course. The expected hours of a particular paper will be informed to registered students in advance.
The course framework covering the key components are as follows:
- Laws of Governance in India
- Indian Contract: Laws and Practices
- Indian Corporate Laws
- Infrastructure Laws<
- Investment Laws
- Taxation Laws
- Intellectual Property Laws
- Dispute Settlement Mechanism
- Foreign Nations: US $500
- SAARC Nationals: US $300
- Indian Nationals: Rs. 15,000/-
*Fee structure is inclusive of tuition fee, boarding and accommodation (non-air conditioned twin sharing rooms). However it does not include travel grants and related expenses
Participants may avail the facility of air conditioned rooms at GNLU Guest House, subject to availability of rooms, on additional payment.
Payment of Fees
Indian students: (Online mode)
- Please click on the following link to pay the course fee:
- Indian Applicant have to send the Registration Form with Payment receipt generated online to the coordinator of GIBCLA Summer School 2016. Refer to Registration Form for details.
Through Bank Transfer. For more details, kindly refer to Point no. 5 of Registration Form.
|Last date of Registration (Indian students):||10th June, 2016|
|Last date of Registration (Foreign students):||5th June, 2016.|
Mr. Abhay Lunia
Gujarat National Law University
Gujarat National Law University
Attalika Avenue, Knowledge Corridor Koba,
Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat
Phone: +91-79-23287157, +91-79-23287158
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