School of Competition Law and Market Regulation

The School of Competition Law & Market Regulation at IICA has been established with the core objective of meeting the capacity building needs in the area of competition law and market regulation. As part of the objective and profile of the School, continuous research is conducted on the substantive areas of evolving competition law and policy and the impact of regulation on competitive market structure in various sectors. The School seeks to assist in the evolution of competition jurisprudence in India through its research outputs and capacity building solutions.

The School conducts long term and short term courses for training of various stakeholders such as officials of ministries, government departments, regulatory authorities, public and private sector enterprises, students and other practitioners of competition law. The long term courses are of three months and above duration while the short term courses are customized courses of less than three months duration aimed at executive education. The need based short term courses are designed and aimed to meet specific skill and training needs of the stakeholders. These courses are tailor made to address the sector and industry specific skill deficit of the stakeholders.

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