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    How should I purse CS course being a science student?

    My name is Meghna and I'm a science student, but would like to pursue CS. How should I go abt it?
    As I'm not familiar with accounts or economics.....how should I go abt this?
    Please share some advice. Thanks a lot.

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    The Great Alexander
    Join Date
    May 2013

    Re: How should I purse CS course being a science student?

    Dear Friend,
    As in order to apply for the CS Courses you must belong to the Commerce Stream as its all Subjects comes under Commerce Stream,Hence,Science Stream students are not eligible for the Courses.

    But,Don't get sad there is another option,You may join the CA Course directly at Executive Level as ICAI have given Exemptions for the Graduates from any stream to apply directly to the CS Course.So,Just complete the Graduations course from any of the relevant stream of Science and then apply for the course.

    Beside this you may also visit to the main site of ICAI below for more informations and details on CS Courses:-

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    spider man
    Join Date
    Nov 2012

    Re: How should I purse CS course being a science student?

    Hello friend

    C.S stands for Company Secretaryship.
    Eligibility :
    1. Candidate must have completed minimum 10+2 or equivalent examination.
    2. Graduates and post graduates who have passed final exams of ICWAI or ICAI are also eligible.

    Few specializations in these fields are :
    1.Tax laws
    2. Economic laws
    3. Labour laws
    4. Company law

    Few job types under this field: -

    1. Chairman
    2. Managing Director
    3. Board of Directors of a Company

    >> An individual can get a salary ranging from Rs.20,000 to Rs.25,000 in a reputed company in private sector.

    COURSES offered by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India:
    1. Professional Development course
    2. Pre Membership Training
    3. Professional Programme
    4. Executive Programme
    5. Foundation Programme

    all the best

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