Welcome Note

The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs established by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, is a think tank. As an institute we try to anticipate and meet needs of learners in a way no one else does. Our values are based on what we bring to our classes by combining theory and practice through a unique learning model called the IICA way of learning. This is our brand and is something we are constantly building, because it is an affirmation of who we are. The unique way of learning unlocks the growth potential residing in every learner. The IICA way of learning compels us to be agile, engage in constant exploration and prevents us from being complacent. Through this way of learning we handcraft the next phase of the career growth of participants.

Presently to make Inida a business friendly, investment friendly and start-up friendly jurisdiction the government by bringing in various new acts and through amendments of existing laws has brought in the concept and practice of conflict resolution through the art and skill of mediation. The arrival of Mediation in conflict resolution scene is evident from the recent introduction of mediation in almost all commercial dispute resolution laws such as Section 12A of Commercial Courts Act, 2015, Section 442 of Companies Act, 2013, Chapter V of Consumer Protection Act, 1986. As a government think tank we are pleased to roll out a 40 – Hour mediation training for capacity building and creation of professionals to cater to commercial disputes to be resolved through negotiation and mediation.

- Dr. Sameer Sharma, Director General and CEO, IICA



India has an existing demand and need of professionally trained mediators. Mediation as a concept can be understood only through the process of 40 hour professional training. The training is designed keeping in mind the necessity of theoretical learning and practical implementation to be done by trained professionals post being trained. Mediation is an art as well as skill better learnt through training and experience.

- Dr. Naveen J Sirohi, Programme Director


About the trainers and faculty

Mr. Andrew Miller QC

Mr. Andrew Miller QC is CEDR accredited and has been involved in the mediation of disputes since 1996. He has 30 years of practice as a top ranked commercial, construction and insurance Junior Barrister and QC. He has experience of over 150 mediations and has been involved in mediations both domestically and internationally for over 20 years and acts as a mediator in a wide range of commercial sectors, including construction, property damage, insurance and reinsurance, professional negligence and general commercial disputes. Andrew practices principally as a Mediator and Arbitrator, using his specialist expertise in commercial, construction, insurance, property damage and professional negligence disputes.

Mr. Anuroop Omkar

Mr. Anuroop Omkar is a lawyer and practising mediator based in Delhi. He is an internationally trained mediator and regularly undertakes high profile commercial, consumer and financial mediations across the country. He is empanelled as a mediator for Delhi Dispute Resolution Society, Ministry of Law and Justice, New Delhi, National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for matters under Companies Act, 2013, IIAC Indian Merchant Chamber etc. He was a member of the Review Committee of Ministry of Corporate Affairs for Section 442, Companies Act, 2013 on mediation and is an external Consultant to Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is also a member of the Working group for Introduction of Personal Insolvency.

Ms. Kritika Krishnamurthy

Ms. Kritika Krishnamurthy is the partner of law firm AK & Partners and the Director of Bridge Mediation and Consulting Pvt. Ltd. She is a practicing lawyer and a trained mediator and has co-authored legal best seller titled “The Art of Negotiation and Mediation- Wishbone, Funny bone & a backbone” published by LexisNexis in 2015. She is a visiting faculty for several institutions suchas Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Zonal Training Centre, Reserve Bank of India, New Delhi and Indian Society of International Law (ISIL). She regularly speaks on important commercial issues both in India and abroad.

Mr. Stefano Cardinale

Mr. Stefano Cardinale is a registered lawyer at the Barcelona Bar Association, and at the Roma Bar Association, where he practices as international business lawyer, professional mediator, negotiator and ADR consultant for businesses. He has an extensive practice of international commercial ADR methods such as mediation and arbitration and he delivers tailored made conflict management systems to domestic and foreign companies. He has been mediators trainer in the most prestigious Indian Universities, such as Gujarat National Law University, National Law University Jodhpur and Tata Institute for Social Sciences (India). Mr. Cardinale has collaborated in writing various articles and articles on various aspects of mediation.

Other Trainers
Ms. Shobana Iyer (Commercial Barrister and arbitrator)

Who can attend?

Judges

Advocates

In house counsels

Chartered Accountants

Company Secretaries

Cost & Work Accountants

Bureaucrats & public servants

Members of National Tribunals

Members of National, State and District Consumer Forums

Professional Students

Faculty (Law, CA, CS, Management, Commerce etc.)

Bankers

Members and employees of various sector regulators

Social Workers

Entrepreneurs & Working Professionals

HR and Management Professionals

* Active and Retired Professionals are welcome

Dates and Places

How to register




  • 1

    Register offline

    Download Form
  • 2

    Make the payment of applicable fee by way of Demand Draft/Cheque

    In favour of “Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs” payable at New Delhi or NEFT/IMPS. Attach the Cheque/Demand Draft in original or NEFT/RTGS Receipt along with the filled in registration form.

  • 3

    Provide Self attested

    Photo ID with Address Proof (e.g. Passport, Aadhar Card etc.).

  • 4

    Send all documents through post/email at address below.

    The filled in Registration form must be sent by email to mediation.iica@gmail.com and along with the documents at 1,2 & 3 by post to :

    Kind attention: Dr. Naveen Sirohi
    School of Finance, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs
    Plot No. 6, 7, 8, Sector-5, IMT Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana - 122050
    Tel: 0124 - 2640088/ 2640099 / 9891500707

    Please also send the payment details by an email to scl@iica.in while date of receipt of registration fees provides priority, it does not guarantee a confirmed registration for the course and would only be final after receipt of all documents and verification thereafter.

Registration Fees & Payment Details

Please see below for your appropriate registration fee.

International Participants

Professionals: USD 850

Miscellaneous

  • Upon confirmation of registration, fees paid shall be non-refundable.

  • Cost of travel, boarding and lodging to be taken care of by the participants only.

  • Invitation letter for visa, assistance for boarding and lodging would be provided to International Participants.

Indian Participants

Professionals: INR 54,280 including GST

Payment Details

Make the payment of applicable fee by way of:

Demand Draft/ Cheque/ NEFT/ IMPS in favour of “Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs” payable at New Delhi

In case of DD and Cheque the same may be posted along with a cover letter to IICA address: Kind Attention: Prof. Naveen Sirohi, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Plot No. 6, 7, 8, Sector-5, IMT Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana – 122050”

Beneficiary Bank : Bank of India
Branch Address : Electronics Niketan, CGO Complex, New Delhi-110003
IFSC Code : BKID0006048
A/c. No. : 6048 1021 000 0007 (Savings Account)
Beneficiary Name : Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs