About IICA

The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs established by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Government of India, is a think tank which supports the initiatives of the Ministry on all matters relating to Corporate Affairs. Key activities carried out by IICA include induction and in-service training to Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS) officers, capacity-building and training programmes, public policy advisory functions, public outreach and stakeholder consultations through seminars, conferences and forums. In particular, anticipating corporate needs for better ease of doing business, reviewing corporate laws to meet the challenges of an ever evolving business environment, exploring new paradigms such as investor education, and periodic review of corporate governance norms and best practices are some of the more recent, prominent initiatives spearheaded by the institute. IICA imparts knowledge and training through its network of schools and centres are follows:

Schools: School of Corporate Governance & Public Policy (SoCGPP); School of Competition Law & market Regulation (SoCLMR); School of Corporate Law (SoCL) & School of Finance (SoF).

Centres: Centre for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME); Centre for Business Innovation, Incubation & Skill Development (BIISD); Centre for Institutional Partnerships and Corporate Communications (IPCC), Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development (CESD), Centre for Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Centre for Independent Directors & National Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility (NFCSR).