NLIU, Bhopal is offering Certificate Courses on Labour Law & Insurance Law at Centre for Labour Laws. The registration deadline is 12th June 2021.
About the Centre for Labour Laws (CLL)
The Centre for Labour Laws (CLL) was established in the year 2019 at NLIU, Bhopal. This centre is the first Centre in the nation to deal with new and critical issues relating to various legal aspects of the labour regulation regime. The CLL is one of the select few Centres/Institutions in the nation providing a Certificate Course in Labour Laws & Insurance Laws.
As a part of the distance learning courses, the CLL at NLIU will also conduct a PG level- Diploma Course in Labour Law in near future. Thus, to promote research and develop professional expertise in the field of Labour Law & Insurance Law, a Certificate Course in each of the aforementioned subjects has been designed by the CLL.
About Certificate Courses on Labour Law
The Certificate Courses aim to develop the skills, which are required to deal with the legal and practical aspects related to Labour & Insurance Regulation in India. The Labour Law course aims to provide practical knowledge pertaining to Labour Law and Compliance requirements under various statutes in India.
About Certificate Courses on Insurance Law
The Certificate Course aims to develop the skills, which are required to deal with the legal and practical aspects related to the regulation of the Insurance regime in India. The program aims to provide practical knowledge pertaining to the Insurance field and various requirements under diverse statutes.
The registration link for the same is https://www.nliu.ac.in/online-certificate-course-on-insurance-law/
Deadline for the Registration is 12th June 2021.
Flyer for the Labour Law Course can be accessed here:
Flyer for the Insurance Law Course can be accessed here:
Feel free to connect to us through our social media handles or please drop your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line Doubts- Certificate Course in Labour Law/Insurance Law.
Reported By: Centre for Labour Laws (CLL)