CS Executive

After clearing the Foundation Programme successfully here comes the Second Stage “Executive Programme”. Executive Programme can be pursued by a Graduate of all streams except Fine Arts / CPT passed of ICAI / Foundation Program passed of ICAI-CMA. Graduates in any stream excluding Fine Arts or candidates who have passed the Foundation Examination are eligible to join the Executive Programme.

ICSI conducts Company Secretary Examination twice a year in June and December. Students have to register online at www.icsi.edu. Cut off dates for CS Executive is 28th February for appearing in both modules and 31st May for appearing in single module in December Exams in the same year or, 31st August for appearing in both modules and 30th November for appearing in single module in June Examination in the next year.

Admission Fee for CS Executive Programme is:

Rs.9000/- for Commerce Graduates / CPT passed of ICAI / Foundation passed of ICAI-CMA.
Rs 10,000/- for Non-Commerce Students.
Rs 8,500/- for CS Foundation passed students.

Module-I

  1. Company Law
  2. Cost and Management Accounting (MCQ Pattern – OMR Based)
  3. Economic and Commercial Laws
  4. Tax Laws and Practice (MCQ Pattern – OMR Based)

Module-II

  1. Company Accounts and Auditing Practices
  2. Capital Market and Securities Law
  3. Industrial, Labour & General Laws (MCQ Pattern – OMR Based)

Examination Fee for CS Executive Rs.1,200 per module. The last date for submission of exam fees 25th March for appearing in June examination (with late fee of Rs. 250/- till 9th April) and 25th September for appearing in December examination (with late fee of Rs. 250/- till 10th October).

A candidate is declared to have passed the Executive if he/she secures at one sitting a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate of all subjects.

Objective
Executive Programme requires students to obtain:

(i) Expert knowledge of the provisions of Law by developing an understanding of the regulation of companies. Various securities Laws such as Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act 1956, SEBI Act 1992 understanding of certain industrial, labour and general legislation which have a direct bearing on the functioning of Corporate Sectors and Society.

(ii) Knowledge of principles and techniques of Costing and Managing provides optimum utilisation of existing resources. Indispensable discipline for corporate management, to solve problems and guides them in decision making.

(iii) Working knowledge sustentative provisions of income tax, wealth tax, service tax and value-added tax

(iv) Advance knowledge of the principles and practices of company accounts and auditing in accordance with statutory requirements.

Once the foundation is laid, the executive programme helps students to understand the nitty-gritty of the CS Course and learn the core content.