2012 – Present – PhD under guide Prof. (Dr.) S.P. Singh, “Insider Trading: A comparative study of laws in India and USA”
2017 June – International Commercial Arbitration (Summer School), Center for International Commercial Arbitration, Washington College of Law, American University, Washington D.C.
May – June’2014 – XIII Summer Course on International Law, Indian Society of International Law, Delhi
2005-2006: University of East Anglia – Masters in International Commercial and BusinessLaw (62%) This course is a one year course which gives an insight in to the various theories andpracticalities of Commercial and International Business Law. The subjects chosen by me include International Business Taxation, Payments and finance in international trade, global financial markets. One has to work in teams, present case material, take part in discussions and submit a supervised dissertation by the end of the year.
2002-2005: LLB from Law Center-II, University of Delhi, India – 2ndDivision (58.4%). The course gave a wide knowledge of legal system and laws in India. The development of Law from the historic times to the Modern Law given by the British. Have experience of participating in discussions and moot courts. The main subjects studied during the course were Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence, Principles of Contract, Limitation & Arbitration Civil Procedures, Law of Torts Criminal Law , Taxation, Intellectual Property Law, International Law relating to settlement of Disputes and Arbitration, International, Professional ethics Administrative Law Interpretation of Statutes.
Diploma in Intellectual Property from World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO),Geneva. The course consisted of the general understanding of the subject of IP law with tests and assignments at the end of the session
May 2003: Passed the Foundation and Professional Education Examination (PE) – II of TheInstitute of Chartered Accountants of India. A Chartered Accountant is responsible for lookingafter the financial and Taxation interests of his client/employer. At the PE – II level, the focus is on Principles of Accountancy and book keeping, taxation and Financial Management. The course gives an insight of the accounting procedures and methods in every type of organization, including educational and non profit fully funded organizations.
1999-2002: Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) from Delhi University, India – 2nd Division. The subjects studied at the graduation level included Company and Financial Accountancy, Cost Accounting, Taxation, Business mathematics, Micro and Macro Economics.