The course aims to provide an extensive and career-oriented course on White Collar Crime. The course in terms of importance, versatility and practicality incorporates almost all-important doctrines, concepts and theories of White-Collar Crime including Sutherland’s theory. The course also focuses upon the Indian and International approach toward the concept of White-Collar Crime, in the most detailed and systematic manner for providing a crystal-clear knowledge to the aspirants about White Collar Crime. Learners will also have tremendous opportunity to understand the legal conception and crux of the landmark judgement of International Court and the Apex Court of India upon the White-Collar Crime. The prime concern of the “LedX” and educationalists is to offer a cutting-edge course on White-Collar Crime specially designed for legal and non-legal aspirants.
- To provide an extensive career-oriented course for achieving proficiency in the field White Collar Crime.
- To discuss the most relevant and important theories and concepts of White-Collar Crime and types of white-collar crime applicable in India and Worldwide.
- To understand the shifting of the state’s approach toward white collar crime from conventional kinds of offences.
- To discuss the bone of contention of the state machinery to deal with white collar crime.
- To discuss the economic crime, organized crime, institutional crime as a conceptual outcome of white-collar crime etc.
Who should attend this course:-
This career-oriented course shall be extremely useful for those aspirants who are willing to have interest in Criminology, different competitive exams, judicial services, students of LL.B, LL.M and including practicing advocates.
- To achieve a fair and sound understanding of the concepts of the White Collar Crime.
- To demonstrate good comprehension of white collar crime in areas of aspirant’s interest or professional field.
- To apply basic research methods, data analysis, and interpretation in the field of White Collar Crime.
- To identify the bone of contentions of the field of White Collar Crime, evaluate problem-solving strategies, and develop science-based solutions.
- To evaluate, integrate, and apply provisions and doctrine of White Collar Crime to create a cohesive and persuasive argument, and to propose an effective design concept on the subject in hand.
Doubt Clearing Session:-
Certification & Verification:-
The successful learners will receive a subject expert signed Certificate with the branding of LedX to increase their job prospects.
Nature, concept & scope of White Collar Crime, Classification of White Collar Crime, Sutherland’s theory of White Collar Crime, Hoarding, Black-marketing & Adulteration, Tax Evasion, White collar Crime in different Professions, Fake employment, White Collar Crime v. Traditional Crime, The Prevention of corruption Act, 1988, Money Laundering etc.
Other Suggested Course:-
International Commercial Arbitration, Offence Against Child, Juvenile Delinquency
The assessment aims to offer a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, it incorporates questions that transcend the information provided in the course. This methodology cultivates students’ aptitude for autonomous research, enabling them to exhibit expertise in the domain while accomplishing the assessment.
Validity Of Course :-
Courses are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.
- Lectures 46
- Quizzes 6
- Duration 8 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 367
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Unit-1: Introduction of White-Collar Crime
- Introduction of the Course
- Introduction of White-Collar Crimes
- Effects of White-Collar Crimes
- Classification of White-Collar Crimes
- Sutherland’s View on White Collar Crime (I)
- Sutherland’s View on White Collar Crime (II)
- Criticism of Sutherland’s View
- Different Views on White Collar Crime
- Development of White-Collar Crime in India (I)
- Development of White-Collar Crime in India (II)
- Prevention of Corruption, CVC and Law Commission Report
- White Collar Crime- Unit 1
Unit-2: Different Dimensions of Occupational White-Collar Crime
- White-Collar Crime in India
- White-Collar Crime & Medical Profession
- White-Collar Crime & Legal Profession
- White-Collar Crime & Engineering
- White-Collar Crime & Educational Institutions
- Food Adulteration Act, 1954
- Penalties and Procedure for Complaint under the FSSAI
- Black Marketing Hoarding (I)
- Black Marketing Hoarding (II)
- Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance (I)
- Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance (II)
- White Collar Crime- Unit 2
Unit-3: Remedies to Combat White Collar Crime
Unit-4: The Prevention of corruption Act, 1988
Unit-5: Money Laundering Act, 2002
Unit-6: Landmark Cases of White-Collar Crime in India
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I love this courseI really enjoyed this class. Great instructor and I felt I really learnt a lot taking this course. This class was one of the most interesting classes I have taken thus far in university, and the professor was also within my top preference for professors. I would recommend this class.