Double the Value at half the Price

Naavi is committed to build a Privacy and Data Protection Culture in India. At a time when the Country has adopted a new Data Protection Law namely DPDPA 2023 and there is a mad rush by companies to recruit DPOs in their organization, there is confusion in the professional circles on how they should equip themselves for the new job opportunities that are unfolding.

Many are rushing to acquire CIPP-E or other courses at enormous cost to add a certification that would make them a better candidate in the job interviews.

However, rushing to get more of GDPR knowledge to serve in India is only creating more problems since Indian law is much different from GDPR and the study of CIPP-E may create wrong concepts in the minds of the professionals. They need to unlearn most of the concepts and re-learn the Indian concepts.

Naavi has therefore decided to offer courses which are more valuable than CIPP-E or other programs of similar nature based on GDPR but at much lesser cost.

CDPP-I is one course which is presently available at Rs 15000/- with content covering both DPDPA 2023 and ITA 2000 for the fist time.

CDPODA is a more comprehensive course which covers Indian Data Protection law as well as GDPR and several other global laws and also Data Audit related skills. It is therefore much more valuable than CIPP-E type of courses and priced at Rs 45000/- which is inclusive of benefits of Rs 9000/- (as of today) in the form of membership of FDPPI and Registration in the Indian National Register of Data Protection Professionals in India.

It is therefore a no brainer that the next destination of professionals in search of certification related to Data Protection is FDPPI/Cyber Law College.

Move quickly so that you could be in the early batches of professionals who will pass out.

New Courses will commence from September/October 2023.

Register at or


Share Button
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.