Competition Law has placed itself in a crucial role in the regulatory framework of the country in a very short span of time. The industrial watchdog i.e. the Competition Commission of India has become a complex and strict body which makes sure that all the rules and regulations of the competition law have to be followed. The rise in Foreign Direct Investment has given an opportunity to the commission to get hold of the industries and to put heavy fines for non-compliance. The role of competition commission has been identified as a strict regulator in the past seven years. The mergers & acquisitions and the increase in trade in business in the developing economy have many loopholes which are favourable for the industries. The strict competition law compliance has made these loopholes a not so easy road to travel.

This course on competition law will deal with the evolution of competition law in India and its historical background. It will also cover how the Competition Commission has become a strict regulator and how the capital market is working in coping up with the strict competition law compliance. It will also give an overview of the role and responsibilities of the Director General and the Competition Commission in terms of the competition regime in India.


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Last Day to Register: Sunday, 20-June-2021
New Batch Starts on: Monday, 21-June-2021

Course Duration: 01 Year

Mode of Study: Online

Number of Modules: Seven

Mode of Assessment: Online Test

Type of Questions: Objective/ Multiple Choice

Duration of Test: 1 Hour

Passing Criteria: Score 50% Marks

Course Certificate: Online/PDF

High achieving students in this course will be recognised as Certified Honors Student. The honours badge will be issued to students scoring more than 80 percent in the online test.


The strict legal compliance of the competition law has made all the sectors and industries to adhere to the law. This leads to engagement of professionals having a deep and clear knowledge of competition law. Every sector may it be public or private has been identified by the commission and has to follow the compliance strictly, wherein the need of Legal Professionals are felt necessary. As the Competition Act came into existence in 2002 and was enforced in 2007, The practice of competition law is a niche market and requires the expert lawyers to deal with the issues related to competition law compliance.


Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring prerecorded videos, quizzes and projects.

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Each course is assessed on the basis of online assignments and online quizzes which can be taken from home anytime during the course.

Earn official recognition for your work on the completion of assessment tasks. An online certificate will be added to your profile on course completion.


Course Curriculum

Section I
Introduction to Competition Law 00:00:00
Important Aspects of the Competition Act, 2002 00:00:00
The Competition Commission of India & The Director General to Investigate Contraventions 00:00:00
Cross Border Mergers vis-à-vis Indian Competition Law 00:00:00
Section II
Competition Law and Various Industrial Sectors 00:00:00
Section III
Comparative Analysis of US, EU and Indian Competition Laws 00:00:00
Section IV
Competition Law of India – Course Completion Test 01:00:00