The path of economic reforms in India, particularly since 1991, has been characterized by a well-defined policy and direction. Several path-breaking reform measures have been successfully undertaken during this period. Competition law is a rapidly growing area of law which reflects the free market economy and increasing world globalization. The huge economic movements which have taken place in recent years increased the attractiveness of this subject, and competition lawyers are now prominent in the biggest law firms and institutions advising in complex transactions. The course aims to give an overview on the basics of Competition Law in India providing a solid background for further studies of this subject.


  • We Accept 30 Students per batch.
  • All the batches are scheduled to be conducted from 13th July.
  • Next Batch will start only after completion of on-going batch.

Key Highlights of the Course

  • Course syllabus and lectures prepared, structured, delivered on lines of NLU’s
  • Guest Lectures by academicians, People from the firms, research scholars etc.
  • Complete coverage of the important limbs of the Act
  • Comprehensive Reading Material and Doubt Clearing with Mentors of the Course
  • Discussion of Landmark and Relevant Judgments
  • Discussion on the international jurisdictions
  • Coverage of recent trends in Competition Law and Discussion on the latest Amendment to the Act.

Who Should Take this Course?

  • Students
  • Chartered Accountants
  • Lawyers
  • Mediators
  • Teachers/ Professors, etc.


FEES - 5000 INR


Guest Speaker

Ms Rhea Srivastava
Incoming Associate at Winston & Strawn, New York (Antitrust)
Former Associate, AZB & Partners (Competition Law)

University of Chicago Law School, LL.M. '20

Ms Poorva Kaushik
LLM (Corporate Laws)

NLU, Jodhpur

Key Features of the Course:

  • Experienced Faculties
  • Guest Lectures from Academicians and Research Scholars from top Institutions.
  • Online Video Lectures/Live Lectures
  • Course developed by learned academicians and scholars.
  • Audio Video Presentations along with Electronic material, which can be printed for references
  • 24*7 Course Access
  • Assessment tasks
  • Study Material

*Students will get Certificate and Letter Head Report Card. Report Card will contain all the work and progress by the students.