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Capital markets are regarded as the financial pulse of the economy. An economy’s maturity is perceived by the robustness of its stock market. The Securities and Exchange Board of India is the principal regulator of capital markets in India and was established under the SEBI Act, 1992. It would not be incorrect to state that the Indian capital markets that the 21st century is the century of the Indian capital market.

The continued growth of our capital markets and their potential for accelerated growth over the next decade and beyond create enormous demands and opportunities for lawyers and other skilled securities market professionals with expertise in securities laws. Dedicated to enhancing an interdisciplinary legal and securities market education for the academic community, as well as for experienced legal and business practitioners related to financial markets, the course provides a scope to the sharpening of skills and learning the tools to be an effective business lawyer.


The present course is aimed at providing a conceptual clarity about the types of markets in India, stock exchanges and the authorities governing the exchanges. The course will provide clarity on the role and functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. Further, the course shall endeavour to throw light upon the Securities Contract Regulation Act, Depositories Act, Insider Trading Regulations etc. among other things.

Having pursued this course, you shall have a basic understanding of the securities laws.


The Course is divided in 4 Modules which are further sub-divided to cover different topics.


Upon Submission of the Application Form, we shall contact you on 29th February, 2024

  • Last Date for receipt of Applications - 29 February '24

  • Date of Commencement of Course - 1 March '24


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