Enhelion has launched India’s first online certificate programme on social media and the Information technology Act. The social network has changed the way people communicate with each other and the manner in which information is shared and distributed. It can be defined as any web or mobile based platform that enables an individual or agency to communicate interactively and enables exchange of user generated content. It is also referred to as “Web 2.0”, a category of sites that is based on user participation and user-generated content. In recent years, social media has also become a tool, which is used by companies to woo prospective consumers and maintain relationships with the current ones.
In a span of 12 weeks, you as an enrolled student, will not only be able to understand the nuances of nascent Internet Law of India but would also get a broad understanding of the several essential concepts. Concepts such as Data Protection, Privacy, intermediary Liability will be taught in great detail and you will also get comparative knowledge on several important legislations across international jurisdictions that deal with social media and social media.
• Self-instructional material
• Audio-Video/ Digital Programmes
• Online Support
• Interactive Counselling (Mentor Monitored Programmes)
• THIS IS A SELF PACED LEARNING PROGRAMME. You can complete it as per your convenience, however we strongly recommend that you finish within three months.
Module 1 : Law and Policy in Indian Cyberspace
Module 2: Jurisdiction in Cyberspace
Module 3: The Information Technology Act
Module 4: Social Media
Module 5: Data Protection, Privacy and Corporate Compliance
Module 6: Comparative Analysis of International Legislations
The Evaluation System for the Certificate course consists of two components:
• One online MCQ based test worth 50 Marks
• 1 Project Assignment to be submitted online worth 50 Marks
• Total = 100 Marks
• Passing Score: 40/100
You will receive a certificate from Enhelion after successfully completing the course.
Undergraduate or pursuing undergraduate studies in any discipline including law, business management etc.