Energy law is a branch of law concerned with the taxation and usage of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. The program's goal is to establish, enforce, and challenge laws that control energy consumption. The specialty in Energy Law exists so that candidates may comprehend the generation and consumption of energy. It has the capacity to simplify energy regulation in sectors such as renewable energy development, nuclear power, oil and gas control, and so on. Energy law can help you rapidly grasp the significance and complexity of energy and the environment. Energy Law will assist students in comprehending the laws and regulations that govern the energy or power sector. This course is aimed at developing a functional understanding of theories relating to the legality and economics of Energy/Electricity. The program would emphasize the laws that regulate energy generation, transmission, distribution, sale, and purchasing. The study of Energy Rules teaches students about legislative, administrative, and judicial procedures in the interpretation of the sector's laws and regulations. This is a crosscutting course that is important for learning the regulations that govern a critical commodity like electricity. This course will give exposure in terms of the latest regulations, judgments, and policies pertinent to the Energy Sector, which gives them a deeper insight into the functioning of the energy sector
Rs. 5,000/- for Indian Nationals and USD $100 for International Students.
Graduate in any discipline is eligible to enroll for this program
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Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:
Demonstrate an understanding of Intellectual Property Rights and their role in increasing the country’s R&D
Exposure to the various International Instruments (Treaties, Conventions, etc) relating to the protection of IPR
To enable the students to draft the Contracts and Agreements related to IPR such as Licensing Agreement, Transfer of Technology Agreement, etc