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Competition Law is a specialisation of law that aspirants generally pursue at the postgraduation level. Through the course, the aspirants review and study the competition of economic rivalry between top companies and market players to attract customers. Competition laws are structured or formulated to avoid businesses
from engaging in rituals that are harmful to consumer welfare and competition. The competition law course is not designed to prohibit competition in the market. It is designed to keep a check on the practices that have an adverse effect on competition in the market.
With the evolving market and the liberalization of the economy, competition law is gaining popularity in the nation. Aspirants willing to go for competition law specialisation can seek admission in diploma, certificate and LLM programmes. They can also go for an MA in Business Law with specialisation in Competition Law. The course touches the topics like Introduction to Competition Law & Policy in India, anti-competitive agreements, merger control, the evolution of competition law & policy, global experience, economic concepts, dominant positions etc. Many popular colleges across the nation are offering admission to the candidates to the competition law courses either through an entrance examination or through merit in the qualifying exam.
Check out the highlights of the competition law captured below in order to grasp a deeper understanding of the course.
Name of the Course
Certificate, Diploma, LLM
Mode of the Course
Through an entrance examination
INR 25,000 to INR 1,00,000
INR 40,000 to INR 1,35,000
It is of utmost importance to meet the minimum eligibility criteria of competition law before applying for admission to any of the top-notch law college/university or else the candidature of the applicant would be considered as invalid. Described below are the general eligibility criteria of competition law that aspirants are expected to satisfy.
Before getting into a prestigious law school or college it is crucial that you go through the admissions process of the institution as it is different for each college. Check out the below-mentioned admission process of competition law to get an idea of the procedure that you might encounter after applying for the admission.
Every university or college has a different approach towards competition law course. The syllabus for competition law also differs from college to college. Check out some of the key topics or subjects you might come across while pursuing the course of competition law.
Competition law and policy
Introduction to Economic Concepts
Introduction to Competition Law & Policy in India
Regulation of Combinations
Introduction to Business Laws in India
Evolution of Competition Law & Policy: Global Experience
Introduction to Competition Law and Competition Policy
Abuse of Dominance
Markets and Competition
Emerging Issues in Competition Law in India
The interface between Competition Commission and Sector Regulators
Salient Features of Indian Competition Act/ Jurisdictions
Evolution of Competition Law and Policy
Indian Competition Act - Substantive Provisions
Substantive Provisions of the Indian Competition Act
The interface between Competition Law and Business Strategy
Once a student successfully completes competition law, a wide range of opportunities opens up for him/her. Check out the possible career options and job prospects in competition law that a candidate can consider after studying Competition Law.
Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Law Entrance Test , Telangana State Polytechnic Common Entrance Test , Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology Joint Entrance Exam , Haryana Diploma Entrance Test Lateral , English and Foreign Languages University Entrance Test are some of the exams that you can appear for to get admission in Competition Law courses.
Following are some of the top colleges offering Law courses : Dr.Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (Lucknow) , National Law School of India University (Bangalore) , National Law University (Jodhpur) , Faculty of Law, University of Calcutta (Kolkata) , Amity Law School (Noida). You can explore these colleges on our website to check if they offer Competition Law or not.
The average fee for Competition Law is INR 50,000 per year.
Some of the popular specializations for Diploma are : Endoscopy Technician , Applied Statistics and Computers , Rural Management , Hospital Sterilization Management , Commercial Arts.
Competition Law is a 2 year course.
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