ABOUT DHARMASHASTRA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY
Dharmashastra National Law University (DNLU) was established by Madhya Pradesh National Law University Act 24 of 2018. The University was inaugurated by prominent legal luminaries, leaders and educators in 2018 with the vision of being the center of excellence in legal education and research by disseminating quality education and training; nurturing a vibrant legal culture through judicious PRACTICES AND ETHICALLY RESPONSIBLE OBJECTIVES.
ABOUT NATIONAL BANK OF PUNJAB
Punjab National Bank (PNB), the first Swadeshi Bank in India, started operations on 12 April 1895 in Lahore with an authorized capital of Rs 2 lac and a working capital of Rs 20,000. The Bank was established in the spirit of nationalism and was the first exclusively Indian managed bank with Indian capital. During the Bank’s long history, 9 banks have merged/merged with PNB. PNB is the second largest public sector bank (PSB) in the country with an overall gross business of Rs. 18 lac crores. The bank has more than 36,000 delivery channels with a network of 10,000 domestic branches, 2 international branches, 13,000 ATMs and 12,000 commercial correspondents.
PNB has been awarded the Asian Banker Financial Technology Innovation Award 2021 “Best Implementation of Central Banking Technology”.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Knowing that Crypto-currency has grabbed a substantial part of the discussion in legal discourse due to its ubiquitous nature. It becomes very interesting to explore the underlying technology and take stock of its legal-economic implications. The initial growth of cryptocurrency was seen as a libertarian movement against the 2008 centralized market crash. The 2008 worldwide economic crisis saw people lose confidence in the centralized banking system and switch to more peer-to-peer transactions. , which led to the consolidation of blockchain technology. Since then, the use of cryptocurrencies has only increased. However, many of the centralized banking sectors around the world have reflected resistance against this digital revolution due to its volatile nature and uneven regulatory mechanism. However, with consolidated growth each year, a substantial market economy has functionally accepted cryptocurrencies as part of its exchange system. Furthermore, governments around the world have shown a predilection for Blockchain technology, but not so much against Crypto. Therefore, it is an appropriate time to understand the complexities of Blockchain and Crypto, their imprint on the market economy, and the regulations that govern them. Therefore, in accordance with the above objective, this two-day certificate course is being organized.
1. LEARNING OUTCOME
Candidates who are willing to attend this course will learn the following concepts:
- What are Crypto-Currencies or Crypto-Assets?
- What are Blockchains and their possible uses
- Regulatory mechanism on Crypto-Currencies or Crypto-Assets
- What are digital wallets and the regulatory mechanism to govern them
The number of seats offered on the course is 150. Based on the principle of ‘first come, first served’
Working professionals: INR 1200/-
Students (graduate/postgraduate/PhD in any discipline): INR 500/-
DNLU students: INR 250/- (limit 50 students)
Mr. Samraat Basu, Professor of Law and Technology, Tilburg University
Mr. Ashit Kumar Srivastava, Assistant Professor of Law, DNLU
Dr. Srinivas Yanamandra, Head of Compliance, New Development Bank
Mr. Saras Muzumdar, Associate, AZB & Partners
Four. IMPORTANT DATE
The last date of registration is February 24, 2022.
5. EVALUATION MODE
There would be an assessment based on quizzes and tasks. To qualify for the certificate, each participant must score above 50 percent on the quiz and assignment cumulatively.**
TO REGISTER, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:
For more details visit the University website:https://www.mpdnlu.ac.in/notice/certificate-course-on-blockchain-and-crypto-regulation/
For any other questions, contact us: [email protected]
Or call us at:
Faculty Coordinator: +918009708888
Student Coordinator: +917985069858