Diploma programme @GNLU

Ever thought of learning about Intellectual Property and Management or Internet Law or Corporate Laws from a National Law School? Gujarat National Law University, a leading National Law University in India presents India’s first ever-online diploma programmes in collaboration with Technology partner – Enhelion a leading online education company in India. 

Gujarat National Law University offers the following programmes:

1. For Diploma programme in Intellectual Property – Law & Management, please click on


2. For Diploma programme in Internet Law  & Policy, please click on


3. For Diploma programme in Advanced Entrepreneurship Management and Corporate Laws, please click on


How are we different from others? – People behind the programmes

The practical knowledge that you will be getting is far more than what you get in your day-to-day classroom teaching. All the three programmes that GNLU brings to you are unique and will stand out from the rest in terms of content, which is prepared by practicing lawyers who have work experience of more than 40 years.


Payment of fee will confirm your place in the diploma programme. Please Join Now

The following documents have to be uploaded. They are mandatory

  • 10th Class Pass certificate,
  • 12th Class Marksheet,
  • Scanned Copy of your signature – [MANDATORY DOCUMENT]
  • Scanned ID Proof  – [MANDATORY DOCUMENT]
  • Scanned Copy of your Passport Size photograph – [MANDATORY]
  • Undergraduate certificate [if applicable] [OPTIONAL]
  • Post graduate certificate [if applicable] [OPTIONAL]

Advantages of our Diploma Programmes

  • Practical Law and Management Skills taught by experts in the field
  • Diploma awarded by Gujarat National Law University, a leading national law school in India
  • Live personalized online live classes that will also be recorded
  • On demand learning
  • Mentor monitored programmes
  • Lectures conducted using simple english to communicate with the students
  • Short concept flash videos and animations
  • Writing Skill enhancements
  • 24/7 Support, our response time to queries is 12 hours
  • Flexible
  • Learn anytime, anywhere from any device

This programme is for value addition and skill set enhancement for:

  • Law students
  • Management students and managers
  • Lawyers
  • Computer Engineers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Fashion Designers
  • Advertising Professionals
  • Architects

Testimonials from our students [LINK SINGLE]

Rahul Cherian – a student of IP Law and Management


Bhupendra Rajput – a student of Advanced Entrepreneurship Management & Corporate Laws


Radhika Thakkar – a student of Advanced Entrepreneurship Management & Corporate Laws


  • INR 15000/- for Indian students
  • US$ 400 for foreign students

 If you have any questions, please do get in touch at iptb@gnlu.ac.in or call us at +919990775833

Call for applications : Two-month Course on ‘Researching the Contemporary

The Centre for the Study of Developing Societies invites applications for its two-month Course on ‘Researching the Contemporary’. This cross-disciplinary Course will critically examine the formation of the contemporary and its multiple histories, ideologies, forms and affects.  The three courses offered will enable participants to familiarize themselves with concepts, theories and methods that help analyse the contemporary.  These include:

The Work of Theory: Thinking Across Traditions

The term ‘theory’ immediately brings to mind names such as Plato, Kant, Hegel, Husserl, Marx and so on.  That is, theory appears as a particular body of philosophical thought coming to us from Europe and globally relevant in its scope. To us theory therefore comes as a given body of knowledge, as though the essentials have already been settled. In this course, we shift our attention away from western theory as such and ask the prior question – namely, what it is to theorize, what is the work that theorization accomplishes.  We discuss the practice of theorizing by passing through histories and experiences of the global south as well as through alternative theoretical possibilities inherent in other traditions, be they Chinese or Latin American or Arabo-Persian. By using the phrase ‘thinking across traditions’, we imply that good theory and new theory must shake off its dependence on a single, uncontaminated metaphysical tradition and on a single, dominant historical narrative of modernity.

Course Instructors: Aditya Nigam, Prathama Banerjee, Rakesh Pandey

The Urban Experience

This course shall focus on the making of the urban modern in India and its relationship to theories of global urbanism. Students will be introduced both to the formal dimensions of city making and the unintended consequences of modernist plans and technological transformations. Changing urban spatial imaginaries, as these are inflected by gender, environmental, health and aesthetic concerns, shall be discussed. Attention will be paid to the place of the rural within contemporary urban imaginaries.

Course Instructor: Awadhendra Sharan

Media & Materiality: The Digital Sensorium

The ‘digital’ has become the lens through which life is increasingly being framed: the personal and the political, money and consumption, memory and distraction: the list is endless. By mobilising media and cultural theory, this course seeks to understand the place of the digital within a larger debate on materiality. Themes include the media event, circulation, memory, the political and violence.

Course Instructor: Ravi Sundaram

This is an intensive Course with compulsory readings and class discussions.  Course materials will be made available. Participants are expected to make presentations and participate in a workshop at the end of the course period.  A participation certificate will be awarded upon successful completion. The Course will be conducted over 8 weeks between 1 July – 31 August 2015.  Classes will be held at CSDS on week-day afternoons, three days a week, from 2.30-5.30 pm.

Applications are invited from M.Phil/Ph.D students as well as independent researchers.  As part of your application please submit your C.V. and a 1000-word description of your research question/topic. Selected out-station participants shall be provided with roundtrip travel expenses (3-tier AC) and a stipend of INR 25,000. Please send your applications by email to teaching(at)csds.in

The last date for receiving the applications is 30 April 2015.

Link : http://www.csds.in/events/course-%E2%80%98researching-contemporary%E2%80%99-2015

Certificate Course on Environmental Lawyering @NUJS, Kolkata

DESCRIPTION:  Workshop-cum-crash course on Environmental Lawyering – learning to differentiate between the practical and theoretical aspects of Environmental Law that we read in Law Schools. We aim to bridge the gap between the law we learn in law schools (which is frankly nowhere near what happens at the ground level!), the law as it plays out in people’s lives and the space where lawyers fit in the social, political and cultural milieu that characterizes “the field”. Unlearning the learnt!

ORGANIZER: Society for Environmental Awareness and Activism, NUJS in collaboration with Natural Justice

WHEN: 15th-16th February, 2014

FACILITATORS: Arpitha Kodaveri and Stella James, lawyers working at Natural Justice, a not-for-profit organization working with indigenous communities on conservation.

ELIGIBILITY: Participation is restricted to maximum of 25 from NUJS and Hazra Law College, Kolkata. Qualification is not a criteria, but interest definitely is! (Outstation students, if interested, can participate if they are able to arrange their own accommodation)

REGISTRATION: Those who want to participate are asked to fill up the attached registration form and send it to seaa.nujs@gmail.com by 9th February, 2014.

Certificate Course in Medical Laws – for Law Professionals

Certificate Course in Medical Laws – for Law Professionals
Eligibility: Practising advocates, legal professionals, and law students only.
Course Duration: Four months
Examination Pattern: Students will be evaluated at the end of the program by a single postal assignment.
Course Fees: Rs. 2,250/- (Rupees Two thousand Two hundred & Fifty only)
Modules I     Law, Ethics & Medical Professionals
Modules II     Statutory framework for Medical Professionals in India
Modules III     Medical Negligence & legal proceedings
Medical Negligence & Consumers Protection Act
Modules IV     ‘Precautions, emergencies & accident’ protocol for Doctors/Hospitals
How to apply:

The application form can be downloaded from the Institute’s website http://www.imlindia.com
The prospectus and application form are available in the Institute’s office.
You can also obtain the application form by post by sending a demand-draft of Rs. 250/- drawn in favor of ‘Institute of Medicine & Law’, payable in Mumbai, addressed to:
The Registrar,
Institute of Medicine & Law,
Guru Nanak Institute of Professional Studies,
Khalsa College, Matunga, Mumbai – 400 019.
The completed forms should reach the Institute on or before  31 st May 2013 (June  2013 batch).


DATE: 15th-24th February, 2013



1. Sunil Bedekar, B.Sc. LL.M.
Advocate Supreme Court,
Director: LAWTOCON
Professional Experience: Law
Practicing since 1975 in High Courts and Supreme Court of India
Consultancy in Global Trade Law issues / IPR Law issues

2. Dr. P. M. Prasad
Assistance professor
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

3. Nandan Nawn
Assistant Professor of Economics, West
The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

COURSE FEE: Rupees 2500/-

The fee can be either paid by cash at the accounts department, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, or by demand draft, in favour of Gujarat National Law University, payable at Ahmadabad.

NO. OF SEATS: Limited to 50 



ACCOMMODATION: No; participants will have to avail their own accommodation


Mr. Hitesh kumar Thakkar

Assistant Professor of Economics
Gujarat National Law University,
Mobile : +91–9428949921, +91–8128650873
Fax : +91–79–2328 7156
Email : hthakkar@gnlu.ac.in

See course outline and other details here


Source Link: http://www.gnlu.ac.in/BROCHURE-%20LAW%20&%20ECONOMICS.pdf


ISIL Certificate Course on Private International Law

WHEN: 17 December 2012 to 21 December 2012
WHERE: Indian Society of International Law, V.K. Krishna Menon Bhawan, 9, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi – 110001
ORGANIZER: Indian Society of International Law

I. General

II. Law of Obligations

  • International Commercial Contracts
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • Private International Law and IPR
  • Foreign Torts

III. Family Laws

  • Marriage, Matrimonial Cause
  • Custody and Inter-country Adoption

REGISTRATION DETAILS: Demand Draft for the following amounts to be drawn in favour of the Indian Society of International Law payable in New Delhi.

  • Rs. 2,000/- for students
  • Rs. 2,500/- for teachers and lawyers

COURSE TIMINGS: The course will comprise classroom lectures, discussions, counseling and library consultation from 11 am to 4 pm on weekdays.

CERTIFICATE: At the end of the course, a certificate of attendance will be given to all participants of the ISIL Third Winter Course on Private International Law.

For registration form and further details, kindly visit the following link:

Click to access invitation_registration_form-17-21-12-12.pdf