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Business Laws And Ethics (BLE)

Business Laws And Ethics (BLE)

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Duration Lectures:- 170 (Duration:- 150 - 160 Hours)
Video Language Hindi
Faculty Name  CS Disha Mam, CS, LLM Prachi Mam
Course Material Language English
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Module 1. Introduction to Law and Legal System in India 1.1 Introduction to The Constitution of India 1.2 Fundamental Rights 1.3 Sources of Law 1.4 Primary and Subordinate Legislations 1.5 Legislatives Processes in India 1.6 Legal Methods including Judicial Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Process in India 1.7 Legal Terminology and Maxims 

Module 2. Indian Contracts Act, 1872 2.1 Essential Elements of a Contract, Offer and Acceptance 2.2 Void and Voidable Agreements 2.3 Consideration 2.4 Legality of Object 2.5 E-Contracts - Essential Requirements for Enforceability 2.6 Constraints to Enforce Contractual Obligations 2.7 Quasi-Contracts, Contingent Contracts, Termination or Discharge of Contracts 2.8 Assignment of Contractual Rights and Obligations 2.9 Representations and Warranties 2.10 Impossibility and Force Majeure 2.11 Termination by Novation 2.12 Tender procedure of Government Contract 2.13 Special Contracts - Indemnity and Guarantee; Bailment and Pledge, Laws of Agency

Module 3. Sale of Goods Act, 1930 3.1 Essential Conditions of a Contract of Sale 3.2 Transfer of Ownership 3.3 Conditions and Warranties 3.4 Performance of the Contract of Sale 3.5 Rights of Unpaid Seller 3.6 Auction Sales

Module 4. Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 4.1 Definition and Features of Negotiable Instrument 4.2 Crossing, Endorsement and Material Alteration 4.3 Acceptance, Assignment and Negotiation 4.4 Rights and Liabilities of Parties 4.5 Dishonour of a Negotiable Instrument (with special emphasis on Section 138)

Module 5. Indian Partnership Act, 1932 5.1 Nature of Partnership 5.2 Rights and Liabilities of Partners 5.3 Formation, Reconstitution and Dissolution of Firms

Module 6. Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 6.1 Concept, Formation, Membership, Functioning 6.2 Dissolution


Module 7. Factories Act, 1948 Module 8. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

Module 9. Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952

Module 10. Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 Module 11.The Code on Wages, 2019


Module 12. Companies Act, 2013 12.1 Company Types, Promotion, Formation and Related Procedures (Sec 1 to Sec 122 of Companies Act, 2013) 12.2 Director - Role, Responsibilities, Qualification, Disqualification, Appointment, Retirement, Resignation, Removal, Remuneration and Powers, Directors Identification Number 12.3 Operational and Financial Control 12.4 Internal Financial Control for Financial Reporting (Section 134,143 and 177) 12.5 Rights of Shareholders 12.6 Key Managerial Personnel


Module 13. Business Ethics and Emotional Intelligence 13.1 Ethics – Meaning, Importance and Nature 13.2 The “Seven Principles of Public Life” – Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty and Leadership 13.3 The Relationship between Ethics and Law 13.4 Business Ethics and its Relevance to Business 13.5 Values and Attitudes of Professional Accountants 13.6 Primary Norms of Business Ethics - Honesty, Accountability etc., the Application in Decisions regarding Employers, Finance and Trading 13.7 Internal Code of Ethics 13.8 Ethics in Business Dealings 13.9 Case Study on Business Ethics 13.10 Emotional Intelligence (Concept and Importance)
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