Company Secretary is a senior position in the private and public sector companies and organizations, usually it is known as managerial position or higher positions. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) offers this study course. You can join this foundation course after completing your 10+2 and then move on to the intermediate level of the course. Alternatively, you can complete you graduation, post-graduation or any other professional qualification to seek admission directly into the intermediate stage. This course of Company secretary is constituted under the Company Secretary Act, 1980 to upgrade and manage the profile of Company Secretary in India. A Company Secretary is required to be appointed by the companies whose paid up capital is up to Rs. 50 lakhs according to the companies act.
A Company Secretary candidate must have passed its foundation course, executive programs and other professional course which were previously called as Foundation Examinations, Intermediate Examinations and Final Examination which are conducted by profiled institutes, after completing the course the candidate needs to undergo for practical training to be eligible for the membership as a company secretary.
Basic Eligibility Criteria
To Apply for CS, a minimum educational requirement is 10+2 or any equivalent examination. Graduates or post graduates who have completed with their final examinations of ICWAI or ICAI also can apply for the commencement of this course. A CS passed candidate specializes in Tax laws, Economic laws, Labor laws and Company laws.
There are total 4 papers. Each paper will be of three hours duration and will carry 100 marks. For passing the exam student need to secure 40% marks in individual Subjects and 50% in aggregate.
This subject carries total 14 chapters in three parts. Part A- Business Environment (30 Marks), Part B- Business Laws (40 Marks), Part C-Entrepreneurship (30 Marks).
Level of knowledge: Basic Knowledge
Objective: To give orientation about different forms of organizations, functions in organizations, business strategies and environment, along with an exposure to elements of business laws and entrepreneurship.
This subject carries total 15 chapters in three parts. Part A- Business Management (40 Marks), Part B- Business Ethics (20 Marks), Part C- Business Communication (40 Marks).
Level of knowledge: Basic Knowledge.
Objective: To acquaint with the basic principles of management, ethics and communication techniques.
This subject carries total 13 chapters in two parts. Part A- Economics (70 Marks) and Part B- Elementary Statistics (30 Marks)
Level of knowledge: Basic knowledge.
Objective: To Familiarize the basic concepts and concepts and theories of economics, elementary statistics and mathematics.
This subject carries total 9 chapters in two parts. Part A- Fundamentals of accounting (70 Marks) and Part B- Fundamentals of Auditing (30 Marks).
Level of knowledge: Basic knowledge.
• To familiarize and develop and understanding of the basic aspects of accounting, auditing concepts and their principles.
There are total 7 papers in two modules, four papers in module one and three papers in module 2. Each paper will be of three hours duration and will carry 100 marks. For passing the exam student need to secure 40% marks in individual Subjects and 50% in aggregate.
PAPER 1 Company Law
Paper 2 Economic and Commercial Laws
Paper 3 Cost and Management Accounting
Paper 4 Tax Law and Practice
Paper 5 Company Accounts and Auditing Practices
Paper 6 Capital Markets and Securities Law
Paper 7 Industrial, labor and general laws
There are total 9 papers in three modules, three papers in each module. Each paper will be of three hours duration and will carry 100 marks. For passing the exam student need to secure 40% marks in individual Subjects and 50% in aggregate.
PAPER 1: Advanced Company Law and Practice (100 MARKS)
PAPER 2: Secretarial Audit, Compliance Management and Due Diligence. (100 marks)
PAPER 3: Corporate Restructuring, Valuation and Insolvency (100 Marks)
PAPER 4: Information Technology and Systems Audit.
PAPER 5: Financial, Treasury and Forex Management.
PAPER 6: Ethics, Governance and Sustainability
PAPER 7: Advanced Tax Laws and Practice
PAPER 8: Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings
PAPER 9: ELECTIVE 1 OUT OF BELOW 5 SUBJECTS
- Banking Law and Practice
- Capital, Commodity and Money Market
- Insurance Law and Practice
- Intellectual Property Rights – Law and Practice
- International Business-Laws and Practices
- Highly qualified and experienced tutors handle the subjects effectively and efficiently.
- Unlike regular classroom coaching of CA/CS/ICWA where no personal attention is paid and it has strict class timings, Wisdom Academy’s group tuition have a batch size of not more than 10-12 students thereby providing students with one-to-one attention and making sure all doubts are cleared.
- Early morning, evenings and weekend batches for working professionals
- Concentration on exam-oriented appreciable number of quality problems to provide a firm grounding for students in various subjects and to face the professional exams with high Confidence
- Systematic exploring of syllabus in a scheduled time frame without sacrificing quality and number of classes.
- Regular tests to track the progress of students.
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