The Indian Law Institute has announced admissions open for its online certificate courses of 3 months duration, beginning next month.
1. Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology in the Internet Age
Curriculum incorporates: basic laws of Patents, copyright, Trademarks and Management in IPRs
2. Cyber Laws
Curriculum incorporates: Fundamentals of cyber law and cyber world, regulatory framework, cyber-crimes and e-commerce
Both the courses are of 3 months duration, beginning from 22nd August 2016.
The course fee is Rs.5,000 for Indian students and US$100 for foreign students. It can be paid by credit card or debit card or Net banking through the online admission portal or through a Demand Draft in favour of The Indian Law Institute, payable at New Delhi.
The eligibility criteria is the same for both the courses, namely:
You should have a diploma or degree after 10+2 (or are pursuing it currently)
You should have access to a computer and Internet service
How to apply
The application form and other details of the courses can be downloaded from the Institute’s website at www.iliac.in
For any queries and further details you can contact Mr. Gurjinder Singh at 011-23073295
Institute address: Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi – 110001
Ph: 011-23073295 / 23382190
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.comWebsite: www.ili.ac.in