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Indian Corporate Law Services ICLS
The government of India has introduced a new central civil services cadre called the Indian Corporate Law Services (ICLS) to create an army of experts who would be involved in corporate law making and its enforcement in the country and to meet the challenges of the growing Indian Industry. The ICLS officers are recruited through the Common Civil Services Examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission UPSC.
The ICLS Academy, located at Manesar Campus of the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), has the responsibility for conducting the induction training for the Probationary Officers (POs) belonging to the Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS).
The recruits will be trained in subjects like management, law, accounting, business finance and economics before being deputed in various agencies under the ministry. Now the ministry gets officers through Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examinations. UPSC recruits people from the field of law, chartered accounting and cost auditing.