FDP: Competition Law - Cartelization, Vertical Agreements, Abuse of Dominance and M&As | ALS Noida
Amity Law School, Noida is organising a Faculty Development Programme on Competition Law - Cartelization, Vertical Agreements, Abuse of Dominance and M&As.
Amity Law School, Noida, (AUUP) under the aegis of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) is organising a Six Day Faculty Development Programme on the Theme “Competition Law - Cartelization, Vertical Agreements, Abuse of Dominance and M&As” which will be held from 6th September to 11th September, 2023 in a hybrid mode.
About Amity University
Amity University, Noida is India’s largest private Research University located in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was established in 2005 by an Act of the State Legislature of Uttar Pradesh. It is recognized by the University Grants Commission under Section 22 of the UGC Act and accredited by the NAAC with a grade of 'A+'. It provides higher education in diverse disciplines and has been conferred the South Asia Excellence Award, the best emerging Law School award by SILF and MILAT.
About Competition Commission of India
Competition is the best means of ensuring that the ‘Common Man’ or ‘Aam Aadmi’ has access to the broadest range of goods and services at the most competitive prices. With increased competition, producers will have maximum incentive to innovate and specialize. The Competition Act, 2002, as amended by the Competition (Amendment) Act, of 2007, follows the philosophy of modern competition laws. The Act prohibits anti-competitive agreements, and abuse of dominant position by enterprises and regulates combinations (acquisition, acquiring of control and M&A), which cause or likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within India.
About the Faculty Development Programme
In India, the competition law framework has emerged from being governed by the erstwhile Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practice (MRTP) Act, 1969 to the current Competition Act, of 2002. The MRTP Act was framed on the basis of socialistic ideas and philosophies which is an essential element of Directive Principles of State Policy. However, the MRTP Act did not envisage effective measures against the public sector companies and was unfairly more restrictive to the private sector. Therefore, The Competition Act, 2002 was introduced to address the inadequacies of the MRTP Act.
The Programme would be graced by distinguished speakers including Academicians, Professors, Deans and Head of Institutes. The Guest Speakers’ List includes Prof. (Dr.) T.S. Somashekar (Chairperson, Post-Graduate and Doctoral Council, NLSIU), Dr. Avinash Dadhich (Director, Manipal Law School), Adv. Dipti Lavya Swain (Founder & Managing Partner, DLS Law Offices), Prof. (Dr.) Harpreet Kaur, (NLU, Delhi), Vikram Srivastava, (Founder, Independent Thought NGO) and other distinguished speakers from all over India. Speakers from the Competition Commission of India will also conduct 5-6 Sessions during the course of the Programme.
- To provide, keeping in view the economic development of the country, the need for the establishment of a commission.
- To prevent practices having adverse effects on Competition.
- To promote and sustain competition in the market.
- To protect the interest of consumers and to ensure freedom of trade carried on by other participants in the market.
- To provide general observation of competition laws as when they are enacted and the laws are tested in specific areas of economy and management.
- To familiarize the participants with the knowledge of Competition law in the light of the growing economy and management.
- To bring together leading academicians, researchers and scholars to share experiences and opinions on quality assurance and the emergence of a new economy.
- To provide a forum for faculty, staff and research scholars to deliberate on various global challenges and opportunities in institutional development.
- Improve and add to the existing knowledge of Competition Law.
- To induce pristine analysis and perspectives on the subject matter from the above discourse.
- Six days - 6th September, 2023 – 11th September, 2023.
- There will be 4 Sessions on each day. Two Sessions pre-lunch and Two Sessions post-lunch.
Faculty members (regular/ad-hoc/temporary) in the teaching profession (public or private), professionals, graduates or pursuing post graduation and research scholars are eligible to apply for this Faculty Development Programme.
- Online Participation INR 850.
- Offline Participation: INR 1500.
The Payment is to be made on the UPI ID provided below.
After successful registration & payment, the participants will receive a confirmation via email. Please keep checking the spam folder of the email as the bulk email sent may end up in the spam folder. An official group will be made for communication with the participants on "WhatsApp”.
Registration and Payment
Form: [Click here to Register]
- UPI ID: verma1969alok@okhdfcbank
- Number: 8267973171
- Name: Devansh Verma S O Alok Verma.
- Registration is mandatory for participation.
- Certificates will be awarded to the participants.
- No Objection Certificate (NOC) or Leave is NOT REQUIRED to participate in the Programme.
- Failing to meet any of the above conditions will result in the denial of completion certificate.
- Last Date of Registration: 05 September 2023 [Extended]
- Dates of the FDP: 06 September - 11 September 2023.
Amity Law School, Noida (AUUP), Amity Rd, Sector 125, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201313.
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