Public Private Partnerships (PPP) is emerging as a new success route in India's attempt to build a world class infrastructure. Over the last decade, there has been a rapid growth in the private sector investment from a mere 20% investment in the 10th plan (2002-07) to a whopping 50% of total investment in infrastructure projects. As a result there has been increased demand in various poistions and roles related to infrastructure and projects.
By completing this course, you will gain a thorough understanding of PPP and a real world perspective of PPP transactions in India.
|Introduction - Meaning and Purpose|
|Advantages of PPP projects|
|Evolution of PPP India|
|Legislation governing PPP projects|
|Modes of PPP and PPP processes|
Partner at DSK Legal
Anjan is a legal expert in infrastructure & energy project development, project & structured finance, public private partnerships, government contracts and public procurement. He represents participants in every aspect of development, financing, construction and operation of capital intensive projects and facilities around Asia, Middle East and Africa. He has extensive experience advising international banks, financial and multilateral institutions, developers, investors and governments. His projects include roads and highways, sea-links, ports, airports, power plants (conventional, solar, nuclear, wind and hydro), metro and rail networks, smart cities, special economic zones, oil and gas facilities, hospitals and diagnostic centres, educational institutions, telecommunications networks and facilities and other infrastructure assets. Anjan is currently advising on some of the largest energy and infrastructure projects in the world.
Associate Partner at DSK Legal
A legal expert in banking & finance, fintech, and infrastructure & energy project development.