CS Professional  Overview


CS Professional Subjects are Business Environment & Entrepreneurship, Business Management, Ethics and Communication, Business Economics and Fundamentals of Accounting and Auditing. The course provided by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (I.C.S.I) is a mixture of postal tuition and optional coaching classes.

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The main purpose of company secretaries is to ensure that the company complies with all legal codes, performing duties often attributed to legal advisers. The job entails a wide variety of duties that may vary depending on who a company secretary ends up working for.

Most Company secretaries work for individual corporations. Their main purpose is to specialize in that particular company’s departments and make sure they are working in accordance with the laws of the land. However, some experienced company secretaries prefer working on a freelance basis, being contracted for short periods by different companies.

  • An in-house legal expert; a compliance officer of the Company.
  • An expert in corporate laws, securities laws & capital market and corporate governance
  • Chief advisor to the board of directors on best practices in corporate  governance
  • Responsible for all regulatory compliances of company
  • Corporate planner and strategic manager

The initial duration of foundation program is 8 months. It means after registration to Foundation Programme student can give exams only after the time gap of 8 months excluding the months of admission and the examination.

  • Certificate of the Company’s Secretary: Public Debt Offerings 
  • Certificate of the Company’s Secretary: Public Equity Offerings 
  • Omnibus Secretary’s Certificate: Lending 
  • Secretary’s Certificate: Lending 
  • Secretary’s Certificate: Mergers & Acquisitions 

CS Professional Course Syllabus 



  • Company Formation and Conversion
  • Procedure for Alteration of Memorandum and Articles
  • Procedure for Issue of Securities
  • Procedure relating to Membership, Transfer, and Transmission
  • Directors and Managerial Personnel – Obtaining DIN
  • Meetings
  • Auditors
  • Distribution of Profit – Ascertainment of Distributable Profits and Declaration of Dividend; Payment of Dividend
  • Procedure relating to Charges
  • Procedure relating to Inter-Corporate Loans, Investments, Guarantees, and Security
  • Preparation & Presentation of Reports
  • Striking off Names of Companies
  • Recent Trends and Developments in Company Law
  • Trusts and Non-Profit Organisation


  • Secretarial Standards
  • Secretarial Audit
  • Checklist for Secretarial Audit

Part B: Due Diligence and Compliance Management 

  • Due Diligence – An Overview
  • Issue of Securities
  • Depository Receipts Due Diligence
  • Merger & Acquisition (M&A) Due Diligence
  • Competition Law Due Diligence
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Due Diligence for Banks
  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Search and Status Reports
  • Compliance Management


  • Introduction and Concepts
  • Merger and Amalgamation
  • Corporate De merger and Reverse Merger
  • Takeover
  • Funding of Merger and Takeover
  • Financial Restructuring
  • Post Merger Reorganization
  • Case Studies

PART B – Valuation 

  • Introduction
  • Valuation Techniques
  • Regulatory and Taxation Aspects
  • Valuations for Different Strategies

PART C – Insolvency 

  • Introduction
  • Revival, Rehabilitation, and Restructuring of Sick Companies
  • Secularization and Debt Recovery
  • Winding Up
  • Cross Border Insolvency


  • Information Technology Law
  • Information Systems
  • Computer Hardware – An Overview
  • Computer Software – An Overview
  • Database Management – Data Base Concepts – Data Structure
  • Programming – An overview
  • The Internet and Other Technologies
  • Management Information Systems – An Overview
  • Enterprise Resource Management
  • E-Governance in India
  • Systems Audit – An Overview


Economic Framework

  • Nature and Scope of Financial Management
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Capital Structure
  • Cost of Capital
  • Financial Services
  • Project Finance
  • Dividend Policy
  • Working Capital
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Derivatives and Commodity Exchanges- An Overview
  • Treasury Management
  • Forex Management
  • Practical Problems and Case Studies


  • Introduction
  • Ethical Principles in Business
  • Conceptual Framework of Corporate Governance
  • Board Effectiveness – Issues and Challenges
  • Board Committees
  • Legislative Framework of Corporate Governance in India
  • Legislative Framework of Corporate Governance – An International Perspective
  • Risk Management and Internal Control
  • Corporate Governance and Shareholder Rights
  • Corporate Governance and Other Stakeholders
  • Corporate Governance Forums

Part B: Sustainability (30 Marks)

  • Sustainability
  • Corporate Sustainability Reporting Frameworks
  • Legal Framework, Conventions, Treaties on Environmental and Social Aspects
  • Principle of Absolute Liability – Case Studies
  • Contemporary Developments – Integrated Reporting

Our Students Reviews

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