Sunday, April 24, 2011

Indian Regulatory Services Examination In India

Regulatory bodies like securities and exchange board of India (SEBI), competition commission of India (CCI), cyber appellate tribunal (CAT), telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI), proposed telecom security council of India (TSCI), etc requires domain specific experts to manage the same. Till now Indian government has been deputing its officers from its own departments to these regulatory bodies thereby undermining the required expertise.

In the past, Indian government has proposed Indian legal services examinations so that qualitative legal professionals can be produced in India. Now it has been felt that Indian regulatory services are needed in India. Institutions like Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) are already providing training, education and research in these regulatory fields and many more techno legal fields.

Perry4Law and PTLB have been providing various techno legal trainings, education, research and coaching in India and world wide. Some of the areas covered by PTLB are continuing legal education in India, online lawyers and judges training in India, Indian legal services examinations training and education, Indian regulatory services examinations and trainings, etc.

PTLB provides Domain Specific and Highly Specialised Trainings in areas like Regulatory Services, Cyber Law, Cyber Forensics, E-Courts, Digital Evidencing, E-Discovery, etc, informs Praveen Dalal, managing partner of New Delhi based law firm Perry4Law and CEO of PTLB. We need “Domain Specific Experts” to manage different areas of Governmental Dealings, suggests Dalal.

Recently, Indian government proposed to constitute data protection authority of India (DPAI). The DPAI would require tremendous techno legal acumen as its areas of operations would be very large and challenging. The members of all regulatory bodies must have good techno legal expertise so that their functions can be performed in best possible manner.

With the proposal to introduce e-delivery of public services in India these regulatory authorities would have enhanced roles to perform. Even the department of information technology (DIT) has proposed a framework for citizens’ engagement in NEGP. Services of institutions like PTLB can be availed of under public private partnership (PPP) model for governmental projects and initiatives. Let us see how various proposals of Indian government would be actually executed.