Certified Data Protection Professional in India…. Second batch to commence in April

Cyber Law College in association with FDPPI (Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India) successfully conducted its first course for certification of Data Protection Professionals  in India culminating on an examination held on 1st March 2020.

Now Cyber Law College has scheduled the next batch of the course to commence on April 4th for which registrations are open.

(Copy of the prospectus with application form available here)

An Earlybird discount of Rs 1000/- is available for registrations upto 15th March 2020. Registrations may close as soon as the target number of participants is reached.

The program would be conducted with weekend online sessions of 90 minutes each by Naavi commencing from April 4th at 11.00 am. Sessions would be on Saturdays and Sundays and go upto May 10th 2020.

The participants will later attend a competitive online examination and successful candidates would be  issued a recognition as “Certified Data Protection Professional” (CDPP).

Payment options:

For Members of FDPPI: 

(a) Course fee only for FDPPI members

Rs 8500 with Early bird discount, applicable upto 15th March 2020 or

Rs 9500/-  from 16th March 2020

(b) Cost of Book on PDPA ( if not already purchased):  500/-

(Total of (a)+(b) Rs 9000 upto 15th March and Rs 10,000/– thereafter)

For Non Members:

Membership fee: 

Rs 5000/- towards Foundation membership.

Option to become Supporting member at Rs 10000/- also available. (See here for details).

The total fee payable for non members(a)+(b)+(c) would therefore be

Upto 15th March 2020: Rs 14000/-

From 16th march 2020, Rs 15000/-

If the candidate has already purchased the book, they can opt out of the book and pay Rs 13500/- or Rs 14500/- as the case may be.

Payment Link is available here:


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