The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) celebrated its sixth Foundation Day on November 10, 2014 at its campus in Manesar.The Chief Guest on the occasion was Shri. Sunil Kant Munjal, Joint-Managing Director, Hero MotoCorp, who also delivered the second Foundation Day lecture. Other eminent speakers present at the occasion were Shri M.J. Joseph, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Shri. Dhanendra Kumar, Principal Advisor, IICA and Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, DG & CEO, IICA.
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ICLS Academy

Introduction
Corporate regulation in India is the responsibility of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs acting through regulatory bodies, special organizations and field staff spread out all over India. Staffing of this regulatory structure is done through officers taken from the cadre of Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS).
The ICLS Academy, located in the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), has the responsibility for conducting the induction training for the Probationary Officers (POs) belonging to the Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS). The first batch of POs of ICLS, recruited through the Common Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC, will be available for induction training...

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  1. The ICLS Academy, located in the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), has the responsibility for conducting the induction training for the Probationary Officers (POs) belonging to the Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS).
  2. Mid Career & Reorientation training programmes for ICLS Officers; Registrars of Companies and Official Liquidators.
  3. Specialised Training programmes on Inspection and Investigation under the Companies Act 1956.
 
Induction Training for newly recruited ICLS officers is intended to expose them to the Indian legal framework, in particular, corporate law, and to prepare them for corporate regulation through e-Governance.

Mid career training for serving ICLS officers for their continuing professional development.
 
  1. For Induction Training programme: Newly recruited Officers of ICLS.
  2. For Mid Career & Specialised Training Programmes: Serving ICLS Officers and Officers of SFIO and other attached organisations of IICA.
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