Ph.D. Final Topic 2021-22 Click to view

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Engagement of Law Researchers in IPD division of Delhi High Court Click to view

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Call for Paper, E-Magazine IP BULLETIN, Vol-3, Issue-2, Half Yearly (June-December) 2022. Click to view

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Call for Paper, E- Journal of Academic Innovations and Research in Intellectual Property Assets (E-JAIRIPA),Vol-3, Issue-2, Half Yearly (June-December) 2022. Click to view

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Notice for Ph.D. VIVA-VOCE of Pooja Srivastava Click to view

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INTERNSHIP NOTICE FROM CIRF 22.11.2022. Click to view

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All the faculty members and supervisors are hereby notified that the evaluation cum presentation of research proposal / synopsis will be held on 3rd and 4th December 2022 from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, on both days…. Click to view

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All the Ph.d. research scholar are hereby notified that the evaluation cum presentation of research proposal / synopsis will be held on 3rd and 4th December 2022 from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, on both days…. Click to view

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Last date of submission of application for Doctoral programs (Ph.D., D.Phil., and LL.D.) is extended up to 15.12.2022. Click to view

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List of students who are not eligible for End Semester Examination November, 2022 Click to view.

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Call for Application from Law Graduates / Post Graduates by Dept. of Prohibition, Excise & Registration, Govt. of Bihar for the Post of Legal Consultant Click to view

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Date : 14/10/2022 Call for Application from Softnut for the post of Head of Investment and Compliance Click to view

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Date : 12/09/2022-Call for application from Election Commission of India for Legal researcher. Click to view

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Ph.D. Application Form for 2022-23. Click to view.

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SYLLABUS FOR Ph.D. ENTRANCE TEST 2022-23. Click to view.

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Ph.D.Notification for Entrance Test 2022-23 Click to view.

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Workshop on Creation, Protection & Commercialization of IPR on 16th September 2022 Click for Registration

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Merit wise list of applicants who have filled-in the application forms till 07th September, 2022 through Google Form for the Post of Legal Consultants for the Dept. of Prohibition, Excise and Registration, Govt. of Bihar. Click to view

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The Chanakya Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CCADR) CNLU is inviting well-researched submissions for its blog by way of a Call for Blogs. | Submit by 30th September, 2022. Please visit notice section of CCADR.

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Allotment of scholar to the supervisor for academic session 2021-22 Click to view.

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Applications are invited from BA.LL.B & BBA LL.B. (Hons.) students as well as LL.M. students for Journal committee, Project Research committee, Book editing committee, Magazine Committee, for the Journals of the CIRF and developmental research. Each committee requires five students. The interested students may send their application with resume by 15th September 2022 on email: scroy2010@gmail.com. It will follow interview on 17th September at 4:00 PM. For selection.

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Ph.D Course Work Dissertation Result 2021-22. Click to view

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Extension Notice for the Post of Legal Consultant dated 30/08/2022. Click to view

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Placement Notice Click to view.

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Repeat End Semester Examination Results of LL.M. & UG Published Click to view

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CLAT 2022 Click here for more details.

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Centre for Advanced Research and Insolvency Law

  • About CARCIL
  • Premeditated Framework
  • Responsiveness, Academic and Cerebral Programs
  • Finance
  • Annual Calendar
  • Identified List of Stakeholders
  • Notices
  • Our Team

About CARCIL

VISION:

  • Be the Key Facilitator and Reference Point for highest standards of research in Corporate Law, Governance and Insolvency in India.
  • To be the Centre of Excellence.

MISSION:

  • To foster a culture of good governance, voluntary compliance and facilitate effective participation of different stakeholders
  • Focused research on the relation between social changes and the corporation.
  • To look beyond the black box of the corporation and research the role of the main corporate actors, including the board, shareholders, supervisors as well as the role of public and private regulation in relation to corporations.
  • The contribute in the development of Insolvency laws with sense of directions.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To carry out research in Corporate, Insolvency and allied Laws.
  • To organize/conduct academic oriented programs.
  • To provide legal infrastructure to the corporate sector.
  • To design the research proposals and carry out research in strategic areas of public policy on corporate governance.
  • To analyze critically, the trends and developments in the institutional, legal and regulatory framework for corporate governance in India and abroad.
  • To identify training and development needs of the officials of the legal, regulatory agencies associated with implementation of Corporate and Competition Laws including its rules, regulations and guidelines.

Premeditated Framework

Premeditated Framework

  • To establish a renewed connection between the fields of corporate law by giving fixated devotion to literature and behavioral economics.
  • To analyze the issues of Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility.
  • To foster interaction between company boards & regulatory authorities and foster the spirit of working as partners for the common good.
  • To discuss & understand the Foreign Direct Investment Policy and the Anti-Money laundering, and to find the remedies, deficiencies and analyse the implementation.
  • To look into various issues relating to Financial Frauds which are happening in Post Economic Liberalization period. ? To deal with various issues relating to the impact of regulating sectors Laws
  • To undertake research on all other areas of ambiguity in the corporate laws.
  • Paradigm Shift in laws of Insolvency

 

 

Responsiveness, Academic and Cerebral Programs

Responsiveness, Academic and Cerebral Programs

  • Emerging from our Vision of Key Facilitator and Reference Point for highest standards of research in Corporate Law, Governance and Insolvency in India our activities fall within these areas inclusive of Research, Education, Training Advocacy and Dissemination.
  • Research Projects and Case Study
  • Seminars, Workshops, Webinars, and Conferences
  • Faculty Development Programme
  • Training and Diploma Programme : a. For Academicians b. For Students c. For Professionals
  • Publication of Journal
  • For the fulfillment of the above strategic programmes, the Centre will look forward for the cooperation, assistance, and collaboration of the various stakeholders, institutions, government organizations, regulatory bodies, and the Ministry etc.

 

 

Finance

Finance

CARCIL CNLU is self-financed centre with the support of Government, Regulators, Standard setters, and Professional and Industry bodies.

Annual Calendar

Identified List of Stakeholders

Identified List of Stakeholders

Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) : MCA is primarily concerned with administration of the Companies Act, 1956, other allied Acts and rules & regulations framed there-under mainly for regulating the functioning of the corporate sector in accordance with law. The Ministry is also responsible for administering the Competition Act, 2002 which will eventually replace the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 under which the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission (MRTPC) is functioning. Besides, it exercises supervision over the three professional bodies, namely, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), Institute of Company Secretaries of India(ICSI) and The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) which are constituted under three separate Acts of the Parliament for proper and orderly growth of the professions concerned. The Ministry also has the responsibility of carrying out the functions of the Central Government relating to administration of Partnership Act, 1932, the Companies (Donations to National Funds) Act, 1951 and Societies Registration Act, 1980.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) : CII is a non-government, not for profit, industry led and industry-managed organization, playing proactive role in India’s development process. CII works to create and sustain an environment conductive to the growth of industry in India, parenting Industry through advisory and consultative processes. A facilitator, CII catalyses change by working closely with government on policy issues, enhancing efficiency, competitiveness and expanding business opportunities for industry through a range of specialized services and global linkages.

Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) : ICAI is a statutory body established under the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 for the regulation of the profession of Chartered Accountancy in India. The Institute has achieved recognition as a premier accounting body for the contribution in the fields of education, professional development, maintenance of high accounting, auditing and ethical standards.

Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) : ICSI is a premier national professional body constituted under the Company Secretaries of India Act, 1980 to develop and regulate the profession of Company Secretaries. The Institute is functioning to develop high caliber professionals ensuring good Corporate Governance and effective management, thus contributing to society at large.

The Institute of Cost Accountants of India : The Institute of Cost Accountants of India was established by an Act of Parliament, namely, the Cost and Works Accountant Act, 1959. The institute was formed with the objectives of promoting, regulating and developing the profession of Cost Accountancy and is under the administrative control of Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The Institute is a founder member of International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants (CAPA) and South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA).”

Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) / National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) : operates a nation-wide, electronic market, offering trading in Capital Market, Derivatives Market and Currency Derivatives segments, including equities based ETF, Gold ETF, and Retail Government Securities etc. It accounts for nearly 74% in Equity market and more than 98% market share in equity derivatives segment. Today NSE network stretches to more than 1,500 locations in the country and supports more than 2, 30,000 terminals. With more than 10 asset classes in offering, NSE has taken many initiatives to strengthen the securities industry and has launched several new products like Mini Nifty, Long Dated Options, Cross Margining, Currency and Interest Rate Derivatives, and Mutual Fund Service System. Responding to the evolving market needs, NSE has also introduced services like DMA, FIX capabilities, co-location and mobile trading facilities for various categories of investors. NSE is committed to operate a market ecosystem which is transparent and at the same time offers high levels of safety, integrity and corporate governance. NSE would continue to provide newer products and services to cater to the demands of the market participants and provide an efficient trading platform for the investors

Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA): IICA was registered as a society on September 12, 2008 under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. An autonomous institute, IICA works under the aegis of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to deliver opportunities for research, education, and advocacy. It is also a think tank that curates a repository of data and knowledge for policy makers, regulators as well as other stakeholders working in the domain of corporate affairs. Set up as the premier organisation that aims at providing astute and credible intellectual leadership in corporate regulation, governance and running sustainable businesses, IICA is a think-tank, capacity building and service delivery institute

Notices