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Economic Offences in India and Relevant Legislations


Economic offences have a very diverse reach. These offences take place across almost every field involving flux of economic reserves. The current module tends to intricately curate the widely committed economic offences, understand the form and manner of these offences and then analyze their affect on their respect fields and on the general public at large as well.

The course discusses the legal and administrative framework in place dealing with the various economic offences and explains the loopholes which are easily recognized and exploited by these criminals. The impact of the offences on the growth and development of the laws is also discussed with specific reference to the several offences.

The several offences are categorized across five broad categories and then a cumulative analysis is done so, as to help the learner join the dots and extrapolate in the future as and when required. Not just the laws but also the offences are discussed at length so as to help the learner understand the criminal psyche behind these offences and detect the offences at the earliest instant.



After learning this course, learners will be able to:

  • Associate the various similar economic offences.
  • Understand the commission of different types of economic offences.
  • Identify the legal procedure that follows with respect to the investigation of these offences.
  • Critically analyze the current laws and make relevant comments.
  • Recognize the need to fill up the apparent voids in the laws which are usually exploited.
  • Trace crimes parallel to the developments and suggest possible solutions to curb them.


  • Module 1 – Introduction to Economic Offences and the Existing Laws
  • Module 2 – Statutory Economic Violations
  • Module 3 – Economic Offences across Various Sectors
  • Module 4 – Trafficking – An Economic Offence
  • Module 5 – Association Based Economic Offences
  • Module 6 – Theft of Intellectual Property and Cyber Crimes
  • Module 7 – Conclusion
  • Certification Exam/ Assessment



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  • Bankers
  • Banking Lawyers
  • Enforcing agencies
  • Managers across sectors
  • Officers involved in conducting investigations
  • Officers from disciplinary cells and vigilance departments
  • Lawyers
  • Students/Law students
  • Anyone, who is interested in this field

Level: Beginners

Language : English


Progress will be tested by way of quizzes and assignments at the end of each Module. Learners must attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain course certificate.

About the Author

Poli Kataki did her LLB from the Delhi University and Masters in Business law from NLSIU, Bangalore. She is an Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India. Poli has wide ranging experience in the matters related to Commercial Laws, Company Laws, Customs and Excise, Arbitration Laws, etc.
She has attended various seminars and conferences at the National and International level. Her contribution towards drafting the guidelines pertaining to Darjeeling being covered under the sixth schedule area has been widely recognized. She has also been appointed as a Local Commissioner by the Delhi High Court in a Company Petition and has been involved in the Drafting, Settling and Vetting of contracts of different nature such as Rent Agreement, Sale Deed, Memorandum of Incorporation, etc.
The Instructional Design of the Course has been done by Team LawSkills.

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