In recent years, the use of computers and internet has risen and now computers are an integral and indispensable part of any professional, commercial and industrial activity. The development of information technology continues to give rise to novel and complex legal problems related to the use of internet and computers. To ensure the appropriate and lawful use of technology, it is necessary to have certain rules and regulations. Rules and regulations that govern the transactions carried out with the use of computers and internet comprise Cyber Laws. It is also referred to as information and communications technology law and covers electronic commerce, electronic governance, intellectual property, cybercrimes, telecommunications, data protection and privacy.
The program will help practicing lawyers and those working in IT companies to update their knowledge of Cyber Laws.
Bachelor degree holder / Graduate in any discipline from a recognised University.
Three Year Diploma Holders from a recognised University/Institution.
International / SAARC Graduates from a recognised / accredited University / Institution.
Students who have appeared in their final year examination of Bachelor degree program / graduation degree course and are yet to pass the final year examination of Bachelor degree program, can also apply, subject to successful completion of their Bachelor degree program / graduation within the time period specified by SCDL.
Note: Students who are in their 4/5 year of the five years of law course may also apply, subject to the successful completion of previous three years of the course.