Welcome to India’s only one-year, online, Post Graduate Diploma in business laws - P.G.D.B.L!
The P.G.D.B.L. has been developed by W.B.N.U.J.S., India’s leading national law school, in partnership with Rainmaker, an education, content, and technology company focused on the legal ecosystem. Rainmaker also conceptualised the All India Bar Examination, Indias first benchmark test for practising law.
KN Murali, VP & India Business Head, Servion Global Solutions, speaks on how the P.G.D.B.L. helped contribute to his knowledge base of busines and management.
This online course on Business Laws and Corporate Laws has been specially designed to aid professionals and graduates, both with and without a legal background or education.
Please read ahead to understand how and why an understanding of Business Laws and Corporate Laws is important for professionals and students from varied backgrounds.
Business and Management Professionals: Are you stuck at the mid-management level? Are you wondering how to break the glass ceiling in your organisation?
The PG Diploma in Business Laws will help you gain an understanding of the impact of regulatory and policy changes that influence the business sector. A working knowledge of business laws and their application will help you minimise the bearing of such changes on your business operations. For instance, our course on Foreign Investment Laws will not only help you gain a perspective on the legal and regulatory environment but also help you identify the permitted sectors, understand the eligible instruments — debt or equity — for investment, and decide on the most suitable routes for investments.
It is important that legal dimensions of business are not an after-thought in the business strategy development process. This online course in business laws and corporate laws will help you effectively integrate law into your strategy development policies, solve complex business problems, and protect and leverage your company’s resources.
A synthesis of business laws and corporate laws into strategy development will aid you in performing additional duties and assuming positions of importance in the organisational hierarchy. You can place your company at a competitive advantage and sustain its economic viability while maximising business gains and eliminating unnecessary legal and business risks.
Entrepreneurs: To understand the impact of law on their business and also identify most suitable legal framework to work in. For example, when starting a new business, knowledge of business laws helps the entrepreneur decide whether their business model will run best as an incorporated company, a limited liability partnership, or as a sole proprietorship.
MBA and Non-Law Graduates: This course in business laws and corporate laws is particularly suitable for non-law graduates who aspire to advance in their career by gaining a comprehensive understanding of business laws. Our fourteen-course programme — the most comprehensive in the market — is designed to offer a thorough understanding of business laws and corporate laws without impacting your work commitments.
We offer a comprehensive suite of courses — ranging from basic ones such as Introduction to Law, Contract Law, and Company Law to contemporary courses on business laws such as Securities Laws, Foreign Investment Laws, Taxation Laws, Intellectual Property Laws — that focus not only on conceptual knowledge but also on practical application in the course of a business.
For instance, our courses on Business Organisations and Company Laws will not only help you identify which vehicle is most suitable for doing a specific business but also give you practical insight into their formation process¬—including pointers regarding the forms of financing, incorporations documents, and the concerned nodal and regulatory authorities.
Needless to say, such a synthesis of knowledge in business laws and corporate laws will help you examine strategies, analyse policies, make effective business decisions, and also resolve business problems whilst understanding the implications of all the choices before you.
Are you a graduate or a final year students of Business, Management, Commerce, Science, or Engineering?
Law Students and Legal Professionals: Contemporary legal practice is rapidly changing. This online course in business laws and corporate laws will equip you to stay ahead of the legal and regulatory regime that affects businesses. For instance, our course on Securities Law will help you gain an overview of Indias capital markets, identify legal and regulatory compliance issues, and acquire practical insight into the nuances of an initial public offering, rights issue and takeover in India. Or take our course on Foreign Investment Laws for instance - it will not only help you gain a perspective of the legal and regulatory environment but also help you identify the permitted sectors, understand the eligible instruments — debt or equity — for investment, and advise on the most suitable routes for investments.
With a keen awareness of the commercial context within which legal issues arise —you can rest assured that - you will always be at the top of the game!
Are you a law student or a legal professional?
The curriculum has been designed to keep abreast of vibrant market dynamics with the assistance of an expert committee, which is comprised of leading academicians from the W.B.N.U.J.S and industry leaders. Upon joining the programme, you will gain access to a student pool comprised of lawyers, business managers from companies such as Oracle, Infosys, TCS and more, professors from B-schools and engineering colleges as well graduates from top B-schools and Law Schools. As their colleague in the programme, you will not only hear alternate perspectives on the application of business laws but gain industry contacts for life!
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