Certificate Course in Gambling Laws

How are brick and mortar casinos regulated?

Are the card games organised during Diwali legal?

Can you distinguish between skill-based games and gambling?

Does GST apply to the gaming businesses?

I know what you might be thinking right now. Why is this even relevant? After all, gambling is allowed only in a few states of India, that too, with an insane number of regulations. You would be right to assume all of that. But what you might be forgetting is that gambling is a billion dollar industry.

If certain online sources are to be believed then the gambling industry in India is already worth more than 30 billion INR. It is expected to cross 70 billion INR by 2022. In these circumstances, it is even more important that not only lawyers, but also laymen thoroughly understand the laws and various rules and regulations applicable to this industry.

You can use the knowledge of gambling laws that you can gain from various courses available online.  You can then help your clients set up physical brick and mortar casinos or even websites that provide a platform for such games. Is it possible to interpret gambling laws in India to figure out if certain practices of your business are legal? Is it legal to sell gold coins in soap bars? How about a lottery ticket in a bar of chocolate? This course will give you a clear idea!

Remember the Lodha Committee’s report regarding BCCI and its administration? A Supreme Court appointed panel had recommended making betting on cricket legal in India. So, you never know! Come tomorrow and the law regarding how gambling works in this country may change.

In the meantime, you can peruse through the certificate course in gambling laws that LawSikho.com has created!

Certificate Course in Gambling Laws

The certificate course in gambling laws by LawSikho.com is designed to effectively teach lawyers and law students about the existing frameworks and regulations regarding gambling in India. It will teach you about the validity of different types of games, both-skill based and chance based. It has a comprehensive annexure that addresses all the advanced issues regarding gambling in India which can be useful to any practising lawyer looking to work for a gambling organization.

Objective Of The Course

Online courses are more about what you want with your life than anything else. If you want to succeed and find yourself at a crossroad, ask yourself what you need to be better. What can you do to make your situation better? How can you achieve more out of your work and your life?

This course will teach you to deal with a very niche clientele. One that is actively involved in gambling or intends to be. You will learn the legal framework concerning brick and mortar as well as online gambling and skill-based games. If you seriously intend to put in use these skills, you will have ample opportunity to do so.

Course Content

The certificate course in gambling laws has been carefully created by an industry-academia panel with decades of experience between them. The syllabus covers all the information and case laws as well as case studies regarding gambling laws in India. It is demarcated into nine separate modules.

MODULE 1: Legal Framework for Gambling
MODULE 2: Validity of Poker, Rummy, Sweepstakes and Fantasy Cricket
MODULE 3: Legal Framework for State-Run lotteries
MODULE 4: Regulation of Casinos
MODULE 5: Advanced Issues
MODULE 6: Tax on Gambling
MODULE 7: How to Structure a Gaming Business in India?
MODULE 8: Policy and Regulatory Developments
MODULE 9: Annexures

Duration
The Certificate Course in Gambling Laws is a 2 month online course.

Course Fees
The course fee is INR 5000. However, students applying right now might be eligible to avail INR 2000 discount. So hurry!

Where To Enrol For The Course?

You can enrol for this course at the link given below.
https://courses.lawsikho.com/courses/gambling-laws-online-course/

Contact Details
Feel free to get in touch with us at +91 11-3313-8901 or info@lawsikho.com

For a free sample of this course click here.

 

Rounak Chaki 
on 13 February 2018
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