Post Graduate Insolvency Programme

A dream certification programme for a career in the insolvency industry
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The Post Graduate Insolvency Programme (PGIP) is the first of its kind programme for those aspiring to take up the discipline of insolvency professional as a career or seeking to take up other roles in the value chain, in India and in foreign jurisdictions. A student who completes the PGIP will be eligible for registration as insolvency professional under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, without having to wait to acquire the 10-year experience as required by the Code at present.

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India is in the process of establishing a robust insolvency framework with the enactment of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016. The Code has made rapid strides in short time and is one of the success stories of recent Indian economic reforms. A first in India, the Centre for Insolvency and Bankruptcy has been set up as an apex institute of learning in insolvency through education and training by active stakeholder engagement and participation.

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The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (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.

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Advisory Board

Justice S.J Mukhopadhyay

Former Justice supreme court of India, Former Chairman NCLAT

Justice A.K. Sikri

Former Judge, Supreme Court of India (Chair)

Dr. K.V. Subramanian

Executive Director, International Monetary Fund

Dr. Paul J. Omar

Senior Lecturer, De Montfort University, UK

Mr. Sumant Batra

Insolveny Lawyer, Founder, Insolvency Law Academy

Mr. Scott Atkins

Partner Chair & Head of Risk Advisory Norton Rose Fulbright, Australia

Mr. Abizer Diwanji

Head, Financial Services, EY