About the Organisation:

 “CYBERTALKINDIA established in the year 2018, is an ISO 9001: 2015 Certified and registered Firm in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India which aims to focus on cyber security training and skill development about digital citizenship and internet safety. With the cashless economy boom, there is a pressing need to create a cyber-aware generation.

CYBERTALKINDIA has an experience of working with the School Kids, College Students, Professionals, Law Enforcement Agencies and Senior Citizens on the lines of Cyber Security Awareness. CYBERTALKINDIA also offer dedicated courseware on Cyber Security, Cyber Law, and Internet Maturity Education and there are many more things which is useful for NETIZENS.

CYBERTALKINDIA is working day and night for the cyber safety as well as the cyber consultancy to many government as well as non-government organization. CYBERTALKINDIA has completed more over 100+ schools of different cities for the cyber safety awareness and has spoken more than 20k+ students about their safety rights.

CYBERTALKINDIA has been associated with many renowned personalities as their advisor from England to India.

CYBERTALKINDIA has also been collaborated with Oriental University, Indore for Training & Educational Purpose.

CYBERTALKINDIA believes that publication is one such mode to express our views in a different part of the country with this thought CYBERTALKINDIA started CYBERLEKH PUBLICATION’S (an imprint of cybertalkindia) it’s own publication wing to make awareness through our writings and also by the writings of the young Netizens.

CYBERTALKINDIA has been recognized by many governments, nonprofit organizations, advocates firms, corporates and also with many educational institutions.

CYBERTALKINDIA has recently been awarded with the most prestigious award in the category of “VIRTUAL STARTUP OF THE YEAR” by The Indian Awaz at Guwahati.

About the Course:

1.   Cyber Law (Basic)

In recent years, the use of computers and internet has risen and now, computers are an integral and indispensable part of any professional, commercial and industrial activity. The development of information technology continues to give rise to novel and complex legal problems related to the use of internet and computers. Cyber Law is the law regulating the cyberspace and it is still in a nascent stage and continuously evolving every passing day. Even the most learned legal luminaries find it difficult to solve the legal problems posed by technology.

The ambit of the course are very vast and covers every aspect of the Cyber Law related issues, which involves the use of a computer or internet. This program highlights Cyber Laws in the areas of Electronic Commerce, Electronic Contracts, Need for Cyber Law in India, National Policy on Information Technology 2012, important terms related to Cyber Law, History of the Internet and World Wide Web, and many more.

Course Structure:

The modules are given online and to access them we are sharing password via email.

Duration: 2 Months

Syllabus : History of the Internet & World Wide Web | Cyber-crime on the rise | Important terms related to cyber law | Need for cyber law in India | National policy on Information Technology 2012 | Electronic Commerce, E-Commerce in India, Electronic Contracts | Cyber Crimes/Cyber Frauds |Definition of cyber-crime | First Cyber-crime | Types of cyber frauds | Cyber frauds in India | Preventive Measure | Cyber-crimes | Penalties & offenses under the I.T. Act,2000 | Investigation of cyber-crimes in India | Overview of rules issued under the I.T. Act,2000

2.   Intellectual Property Rights In Cyberspace

The cyberspace cannot be regarded as being fragmented into national jurisdictions, because the cyberspace necessarily operates worldwide. In contrast, intellectual property rights are still territorial in nature: that can be studied in relation to copyright protection in general and of computer software in particular, in relation to patent protection of computer-implemented inventions, and, to a lesser extent, with regard to trademark/domain name protection. However, intellectual property protection has been standardised by international conventions, especially the TRIPS Agreement. This standardisation has also loosened the territoriality principle which governs intellectual property rights. An international convention for the regulation of the cyberspace would have to address the problem of territoriality of intellectual property rights and perhaps consider the establishment of an international organisation for the monitoring and policing of such a convention.

The course is intended to teach our students about the laws of Patents, Copyright, Trademarks, Layouts/Design and Management in Cyberspace.

 Course Structure:

The modules are given online and to access them we are sharing password via email.

Duration: 3 Months

Syllabus : Introduction | Philosophy of Intellectual Property – Locke’s Theorem : Labour + Nature = property, Utilitarian / Economic Theory of IP, Democratic Theory, Radical / Socialist Theories, Relevance of theories – Future of IP |Impact of the internet on Intellectual Property | Copyright protection in cyberspace | Computer mediated phenomenon – Software Patents – Understanding Computer Software, Computer Languages, Developing Software, Legal Definition of Computer Program, Copyright Protection for Computer Program, Rise of Software Patents, Computer Program : Copyright V. Patents Debate, Argument for Inclusion of Computer Program Under Patents, Arguments Against Computer Patenting, Software Patents v. Freedom of Speech & Expression, Digital Music : Problems & Prospects , MP3 Music – Delight for Music Consumers, Nightmare for Music Procedures, Peer – to – Peer Networking (P2P) | Linking , Framing & Caching – Linking, Legal Issues Involved In Linking, Direct Linking, Deep Linking, Framing & In – Lining, Caching | Resolving Link Law Disputes –Same Principles | Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) | Trademarks & Domain Name in Cyberspace – Metatags – Use of Indexing word | ICANN and UDRP | Patent Misuse in Cyberspace

3.   Media Law

Communication is the procedure, which we use to exchange information through various methods and media is the medium or instrument of storing or communicating information. ‘Media’ the popular term inter-alia used as ‘Press’ denotes the print & electronic information carriers –the News Papers & Magazines, Radio, Television and currently includes the Internet as New Media. Hailed as the ‘Fourth Estate’, media is the watchdog of the public affairs, informing the society and vice versa acts as the forum to advocate the views of the society at large to those at the helm of public affairs. The word medium comes from the Latin word medius (middle). The word communication is derived from the Latin root communicate.

Media law covers an area of law which involves media of all types (TV, film, music, publishing, advertising, internet & new media, etc.), and stretches over various legal fields, including but not limited to corporate, finance, intellectual property, publicity, and privacy.

This course intends to clear the law relating relationship with Advertising, Broadcasting, Censorship, Confidentiality, Contempt, Copyright, Corporate Law, Defamation, Entertainment, Freedom of information, Internet, Information technology, Privacy, Telecommunications, etc.

Course Structure:

The modules are given online and to access them we are sharing password via email.

Duration: 2 Months

Syllabus: Media Industry | History Of Media Laws In India | Media Laws In India |  Laws Applicable For Information |  Laws Applicable For Broadcasting | Laws Applicable For Films  | IPR Laws Applicable To Media | Telegraph Act & Wireless Telegraphy Act Applicable To Media | Authorities Regulating The Media Industry | Case Laws

4.   Constitutional Law of India

Constitutional Law is the backbone of the legal structure of the country. The motive behind writing this book is to help out not only students but anyone who wants to understand the Constitution might get a basic understanding of its provisions.

The Constitution was a handwritten document, and not typed and printed, a total of 283 members of the constituent assembly signed the Constitution, which came into effect on 26th January 1950. It is the longest written document in the world, it took 2 Years, 11 Months and 18 Days for the assembly to finish writing the entire Constitution.

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, the first Law Minister of free India, a jurist, an economist, and a social reformer, was the Chairman of the committee. He also carries the tag of “Father of Indian Constitution”. It was raining cats and dogs outside the parliament, the day Constitution was signed, and this was considered to be a good omen by the assembly members.

The Constitutional law was enacted on 26th November 1949 & came into force on 26th November 1950. The basic ideas behind the drafting of the Indian Constitution have been enshrined in the Preamble of the India Constitution has rightly been described as key to the minds of the makers of the Indian Constitution.

The course intend to expose and guide the principles applicable to various subfield of constitutional law and to cultivate and improve your ability to understand the concept of law.

Course Structure:

The modules are given online and to access them we are sharing password via email.

Duration: 3 Months

Syllabus: Introduction | Preamble to the Indian Constitution | Union & its Territories | Citizenship | Fundamental Rights | Directive Principle of State Policy | Fundamental Duties | The President |Council of Ministers, Prime Minister& Attorney General | Governor | The Union Judiciary: The Supreme Court | Centre-State Relations | Emergency Provisions under Indian Constitution | Amendment Procedure as under Indian Constitution

5.   Insolvency & Bankruptcy Law

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) is the bankruptcy law of India which seeks to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single law for insolvency and bankruptcy. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2015 was introduced in LokSabha in December 2015. It was passed by LokSabha on 5 May 2016 and by RajyaSabha on 11 May 2016. The Code received the assent of the President of India on 28 May 2016.

Certain provisions of the Act have come into force from 5 August and 19 August 2016. The bankruptcy code is a one stop solution for resolving insolvencies which previously was a long process that did not offer an economically viable arrangement. The code aims to protect the interests of small investors and make the process of doing business less cumbersome.

The course intend to expose and guide the principles applicable to various subfield of bankruptcy code and to cultivate and improve your ability to understand the concept of law.

Course Structure:

The course is divided into six different modules to access them we are sharing password via email.

Duration: 3 Months

Syllabus: Debt Related Laws in India | Introduction to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of India | About the Code | Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process | Liquidation and Process of Liquidation | Insolvency Resolution and Bankruptcy for Individuals & Partnership Firms


  • Akash Kamal Mishra, Cyber Lawyer
  • Sachin Verma, Faculty Member
  • Ashutosh Sharma, Advocate, Supreme Court of India
  • Avantika Johari, Head of Legal Research
  • P.S. Chandralekha, Advocate, Delhi High Court
  • Shobhit Batta, Advocate Supreme Court of India

Exam structure/Assessment process:

The exam will consist of 20 questions, 5 marks each. For passing, you need to secure a minimum of 40%. No negative marking.

Mock Examination: There will be a Mock test for the course in question [Students will be notified via email.]

Publication of Assignment: You need to submit one assignment in between the time of the commencement of the course on any legal issue. Where the selected Assignments will be published by us in a book bearing an International Standard Book Number for free of cost. (You will be charged only for Paperback edition of the Book)

Benefits of Course:

  • A Free Publication on reputed Edited Book
  • Certificate of Completing the Course and the publication as well
  • Top 5 Students will get a chance to publish their research-based manuscript on full e-book bearing an ISBN for free of cost by Cyberlekh Publications.
  • Edited Book will be made available online at Kindle + Google Play Books

Fee Structure:

  • Discounted Fees: Rs. 1,925/-
  • Note: The Online Courses mentioned above are available at a discounted fee of Rs.1,925/- till May 15 After 15th May the fee will be Rs. 3500/-

Enrolment Process:

Pay the Enrolment Fee HERE

Deadline of Admission: Admissions will be closed on 5th May. Limited seats are available.

Note: The registration confirmation will be sent in 1-2 working days. Students are requested to be patient till such period and in case you do not receive the confirmation within 1-2 working days kindly prefer to email us at courses[at]cybertalkindia[dot]com We generally respond to emails in 24-48 hours.

Contact :

Feel free to get in touch with us for more details please call +91-9406841953

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