Although there is no sure shot formula and definite answer for the same but the maxim “well begun is half done” perfectly applies to this question. In my personal opinion the cyber law aspirant must keep in mind his or her ultimate goal of education while pursuing any cyber law course.
Cyber law is a complex area of study hence the students or professionals must rightly choose the most appropriate institution. Merely obtaining any diploma, certificate or even degree is of no use till the same can fetch a good job. Here comes the importance of “skill development and appropriate training”.
A welcome development in this crucial direction has already taken place. The world renowned techno-legal firm Perry4Law has officially launched the cyber law coaching, education, training and internship segment of its PTLB division. The course or program aims at “skill development” of not only those who are pursing cyber law course for the first time but also for those who wish to refine their existing concepts and knowledge of cyber law.
A “contact point” has also been established for effective information sharing and declaring important notices. Those interested in getting world class coaching, education, training and internship must keep a good track of the same.
So my answer to the question posed above is that all cyber law course aspirants must concentrate more upon the “professional aspect” rather than the “academic aspect” of their cyber law education to be a successful professional.