There are various business structures such as Companies, LLP, Trusts, and Societies, etc. which one can choose to start a business. Choosing a form of business entity is crucial to a successful organization. The choice of a business entity will depend on an object, benefits, size of the business of such entity, and many other factors. The main types of business entities in India are Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), subsidiary company, insurance company or unlimited company, company formed under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 or under section 25 of the earlier Companies Act, 1956

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1.Choice of Business Organization
·        Key features of various structures and issues in choosing between business structures including identification of location; tax implications etc

2.Company Registration /Formation
·        Private Company;
·        Public Company;
·        One Person Company;
·        Nidhi Company;
·        Producer Company;
·        Foreign Company- Liaison Offices; Branch Office & Project Office;
·        Formation and Registration
3. Part I: Charter documents of Companies
·        Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association;
·        Doctrine of ultra-vires;
·        Doctrine of indoor management; Doctrine of constructive notice;
·        Incorporation Contracts;
Part II: Alteration of Charter Documents
·        Alteration in MOA & AOA- Change of name;registered office address; objects clause; alteration in share capital and alteration in articles of association.
4. 4.Legal status of Registered Companies & procedure of registration of following entity 
·        Small Company;
·        Holding Company;
·        Subsidiary Company & Associate Company;
·        Inactive Company;
·        Dormant Company;
·        Government Company.
5. 5.Limited Liability Partnership
·        Concept of LLP;
·        Formation and Registration procedure 
·        LLP Agreement;
·        Alteration in LLP Agreement;
·        Annual and Event Based Compliance.
6. 6.Other forms of business organizations & registration procedure 
·        Partnership;
·        Hindu Undivided Family;
·        Sole Proprietorship;
·        Multi State Co-operative Society;
·        Formation; Partnership Agreement and its registration.
7. Institutions Not For Profit & NGOs
·        Section 8 Company; Trust and Society- Formation and Registration.
8. Financial Services Organization      
·        NBFCs;
·        Housing Finance Company;
·        Asset Reconstruction Company;
·        Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs);
·        Nidhi Companies;
·        Payment Banks;
·        Registration.       
9. Start-ups  registration procedure 
·        Start-up India Policy;
·        Registration Process;
·        Benefits under the Companies Act and other Government Policies;
·        Different types of capital- Seed Capital; Venture Capital; Private Equity; Angel Investor; Mudra Bank.  .
10. Joint Ventures; Special Purpose Vehicles
·        Purpose and Process.
11. Setting up of Business outside India
·        Issues in choosing location; Structure and the processes involved.
12. Conversion of existing business entity
·        Conversion of private company into public company and vice versa;
·        Conversion of Section 8 company into other kind of Company;
·        Conversion of Company into LLP and vice versa;
·        Conversion of OPC to other type of company and vice versa;
·        Company uthorized to be registered under the Act (Part XXI Companies); and other types of conversion.
In every walk of life, the process of evaluation takes place in one form or the other. If the evaluation process is eliminated from  human life then perhaps the aim of life may be lost. Being in the same line, INDIAN LAW SCHOOL is committed to evaluate the  process of learning through its courses.
There will be an MCQ test for each course that would test the basic understanding of the topics covered in the courses
The most intriguing aspect of the evaluation process is the time flexibility it affords. You can take the MCQ test and submit the    project assignment as per your convenience.
To be eligible to receive a certificate after successful completion of the course, one is required to secure a minimum of 40 percent overall