Company Secretary (CS) is one of the principal posts in a company. They get the chance to work in a stock exchange, company affairs department, law board and various government departments.
- Business Communication
- Legal Aptitude & Logical Reasoning
- Economic and Business Environment
- Current Affairs.
- Jurisprudence, Interpretation & General Laws
- Company Law
- Setting up of Business entities and closure
- Tax laws
- Corporate and Management Accounting
- Securities Laws and Capital Markets
- Economic, Business and Commercial Laws
- Financial and Strategic Management
- Governance, Risk Management, Compliance & Ethics
- Advanced Tax Laws
- Drafting, Pleadings & Appearances
- Secretarial Audit
- Corporate Restructuring
- Resolution of Corporate Disputes
- Corporate Funding & Listings in Stock Exchanges
- Multidisciplinary Case Studies
- The CS exams are held during 2 months over the year - June and December.
- A candidate is declared to have passed the Foundation / Executive / Professional examination, if he/she secures at one sitting a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate of all subjects.
- Executive programme: 9 months
- Professional programme: 10Months
- Minimum qualification required to register for the first level (Foundation Programme) of Company Secretary course in Class XII pass in any stream (excluding fine arts) from a recognized university or equivalent
- The candidate who wishes to pursue CS after Graduation, will have to undergo only two levels: Executive Programme and Professional Programme.
- Assistance to the Board of Directors
- Company Registrar
- Legal Advisor
- Corporate Policymaker
- Chief Administrative Officer
- Principal Secretary
- Corporate Planner
- Managing Director
- Administrative Assistant
- Administrative Secretary
- Investor Capital Market Relations