We recently happened to speak to Utkarsh about his experience with the NUJS Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws, and he shared some very nice insights that we thought we should share with you all. Over to Utkarsh.
I’m currently working with SourceHOV, it’s into global Transaction Processing Services (TPS) and Enterprise Information Management (EIM). SourceHOV provides services and solutions for organizations seeking to drive efficiency in their business processes. I work for WCW project allotted by our client Thomson Reuters, a leading legal service provider around the world.
I came to know about the NUJS Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws through Facebook, I saw a post on my newsfeed regarding this course and instantly consulted about this with the counselors over the phone. During that time I was about to apply for the LLM program but I found this course more beneficial because it helped me specialize in particular areas of law and enhanced my knowledge too. The best part about this was, I could pursue the course from anywhere and could study as per my convenience.
I was already aware of most of the topics covered in the course as I had studied them during my LLB days but I wanted to enhance my knowledge in upcoming areas of law. I learned a lot from the course in terms of startups and legal issues they face, IPR, and especially Information Technology laws.
Franchise Agreement, NDA, Shareholder Agreement all this are few topics which I found very beneficial. In India, it’s an era of new startups even the Govt is encouraging startups. One can easily get good clients if they are aware of all the laws related to startups and this diploma course covers all that.
In future, I plan to start up an online venture as I’m fascinated with online startups and all that I learned in this Diploma course would come handy then.
Whenever I meet people from a similar background as mine, I always mention this course and its benefits, I always recommend this course to others.