Intermediate Course in Company SecretaryIndian Aerospace & Engineering
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Frequent Asked Questions
Candidates who have passed the foundation course, and are not less than 17 years of age can apply for intermediate course. Graduates, post-graduates (excluding fine arts) and those who have passed final exam of ICWAI or ICAI or of any other accountancy Institution in India or abroad recognised by the Council of the Institute can directly enroll to the intermediate course without doing foundation .
Company Secretary is a professional course administered by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) under the Company Secretaries Act, 1980 to develop and regulate the profession of Company Secretaries in India. According to the Companies Act, companies with a paid up of Rs 50 lakh are required to appoint a Company Secretary. Company Secretary course gives you knowledge and understanding of the modern practice in corporate financial and legal affair. To become a company secretary, the candidate need to pass the Foundation, intermediate, and Final course conducted by the institute and further, they need to undergo practical training to become eligible for the membership as a Company Secretary.
A Company Secretary's service is very much important for a company's management The work of a company secretary covers a wide variety of functions, he acts as a vital link between the Company, the Board of Directors, shareholders and governmental and regulatory agencies. He is a compliance officer of the company as well as Corporate Planner and Strategic Manager. Apart from carrying out these functions he also looks after finance, accounts, legal, personnel and administrative functions. Company Secretary is required to handle matters related to central/state sales tax, excise laws, labour laws and corporate law. In recent times, the rapid corporatisation has increased the demand for Company Secretary's in corporate functions.
Group I :
General and Commercial Laws (IGCL).
Company Accounts and Cost & Management Accounting (ICA&CMA).
Tax Laws (ITL).
Management Information Systems and Corporate Communication (IMIS&CC).
Company Law (ICL).
Company Secretarial Practice (ICSP).
Economic, Labour and Industrial Laws (IELIL).
Securities Laws and Regulation of Financial Markets (ISLRFM)