An executive certificate programme in corporate law has been introduced by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bodh Gaya. The programme, which lasts for 10 months, is intended for professionals. The programme will end on February 1st, 2024. Candidates interested in applying may visit the official website at iimbg.ac.in.
The purpose of this certificate programme is to instruct professionals about corporate laws and how they relate to various business-related challenges. Corporate governance, regulatory concerns, and developing and carrying out sensible financial strategies under the influence of the law will all be covered.
The program’s directors, Professors Sabyasachi Mohapatra, an Associate Professor of Finance and Accounting, and Professor Soumya Prakash Patra, an Assistant Professor of law and public policy, attended the program’s launch together with Professor Vinita S. Sahay, Director of IIM Bodh Gaya.
Attendees at the inauguration ceremony included candidates who have taken up the course. Professor Patra said at the ceremony that “the batch profile is dynamic in nature, which has participants of 30 years of experience to 1.8 years of experience.”
Participants who have met all of the course’s criteria (attendance and evaluation) will receive a “Certificate of Completion” at the end of the programme.