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Find the right training for your asset class.

The 50-hour programme is mandated by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) as a necessary training and assessment tool for the certification of valuers registered with a Registered Valuation Organisation (RVO).

The programme is broken down into three modules:

  1. Common module: 25 hours
  2. Specialisation module one: Land and Buildings — 25 hours
  3. Specialisation module two: Securities and Financial Assets — 25 hours

The common module covers general aspects of the economy, environmental considerations, ethics, statistics, the basic aspects of valuation, and approaches to valuation. After this module has been completed, the participant may choose any of the specialised modules.

Upon completion of the modules, participants must sit for an assessment and, after qualification, will be awarded with a certificate of completion.

Fees

Your application can be submitted online. Alternatively, a form can be downloaded and sent, along with a cheque or Demand Draft for INR to:

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The fee per participant for a six-day course will be INR25,000 plus GST for each specialisation. If you want to do both specialiations, you will have to pay an additional INR12,500 plus GST for a nine-day programme (total INR37,500 plus GST).

All of the above fees are on a non-residential basis.

For joining the 50-hour course

A candidate should be a citizen of India above 21 years of age.

Learning outcomes

  1. Understand all aspects of valuation and the various approaches that can be followed to arrive at a value.
  2. Appreciate the common knowledge required to accurately assess the value of tangible and financial assets.
  3. Correlate micro and macroeconomic learnings with the value that can be assessed.
  4. Understand the ethics and laws that guide the profession and their importance.

Educational courses

Land & Building

  • Day one: Microeconomics, macroeconomics, book keeping and accountancy, and environmental issues in valuation.
  • Day two: Professional ethics and standards, introduction to statistics, and law-general
  • Day three: Three approaches to valuation — cost, market and income
  • Day four: Law-real estate I & II
  • Day five: Valuation of real estate, principles of insurance and loss assessment, report writing, and case study examples
  • Day six: Various purposes of valuation, and important case laws on principles of real estate

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Plant & Machinery

  • Day one: Microeconomics, macroeconomics, book keeping and accountancy, and environmental issues in valuation.
  • Day two: Professional ethics and standards, introduction to statistics, and law-general
  • Day three: Three approaches to valuation — cost, market and income
  • Day four: Valuation of plant and machinery I & II, and identification of plant and machinery/physical verification of plant and machinery
  • Day five: Identification of plant and machinery/physical verification of plant and machinery, and process of valuation, depreciation under Income Tax Act, 1961 as well as Companies Act 2013.
  • Day six: Broad categories of machines to be encountered by plant and machinery valuers in actual practice, and leasing of plant and machinery

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Securities & Financial Assets

  • Day one: Microeconomics, macroeconomics, book keeping and accountancy, and environmental issues in valuation.
  • Day two: Professional ethics and standards, introduction to statistics, and law-general
  • Day three: Three approaches to valuation — cost, market and income
  • Day four: General lawes and judicial procurements, finance, and financial statement analysis
  • Day five: Valuation application
  • Day six: Laws and regulations relevant to Financial Assets Valuation

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Contact us

t +91 124 459 5400

e RVOIndia@rics.org