About IJALR:

It is an international, quarterly, peer-reviewed, online journal that provides an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law. It is a platform to promote legal research among law students across India.


About the Course:

From the Certificate Course, one will understand the basis of Consumer Law. It will help the learners to know how to file a Consumer Complaint. It will be explained via PPTs for better understanding. The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the Consumer Movement in India and its different phases.


Course Instructor:

Adv. Chandan Goswami, Founding & Managing Partner at TYT Partners.



All law students and Professionals


Themes of the Certificate Course:

1. How to File a Consumer Complaint.
2. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019
3. Landmark Decisions: Case Studies
4. Emerging Global Trends.
5. Consumer Law: Practice and Procedure
6. Consumer Protection: Way Forward



6th February to 14th February 2021

NOTE: The Live Sessions will be on weekends only, keeping in mind, the student’s convenience.


All the participants will be given an e-certificate after the successful completion of the course.


Course Fee:

The course fee is INR 80/-


Last date of Registration:

31st January 2021

Mode of Payment:

Participants can make payment through the following method:
Google Pay, PhonePe & Paytm at +919991140223
Participants have to pay via the above-mentioned payment method and then register themselves through the registration link given below:
Registration Link:
Payment once done will not be refunded.

Contact Information:

For any Queries mail us at
Whatsapp: +9199911-40223
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