Rishabh Dheer successfully completed the NUJS Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws in 2016 and over here he shares his experience with the course. Over to Rishabh:
I completed the B.B.A. (Management) LL.B. (Honours) Programme from National Law University Odisha, Cuttack and I am currently working with Dr. Justice S. Muralidhar at the Delhi High Court.
One of my friends, who aspires to enter venture capital and investment banking recommended this course to me. Many of my friends had enrolled for this course previously and suggested that it would add value to my profile. Upon researching, I found the course interesting and liked how well it was structured. It offered a combination of both, law as well as non-law themes in which one could study marketing, tax and corporate law among other topics. All these factors made me enroll for this course.
The modules are well-written and the examples offered are practical; this makes it easy for people even from a non-law background to comprehend complex issues at once. I personally found the webinars to be very useful (and only recently got to know that they’re all available on the portal for future reference). These webinars with industry experts are able to offer expert knowledge on diverse subjects and trending issues, for example, there is a webinar on gambling laws. I also remember watching a webinar by Pranay Agarwala in which he very convincingly explained the importance of due diligence, which until that point I had thought of as a clerical exercise.
I would be happy to recommend the NUJS Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws course to anyone. Entrepreneurs, especially, could benefit from all it has to offer.