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    Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?

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    Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?





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    dairymilk
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    CS Course Details

    * Career as a Company Secretary is not only prestigious and financially rewarding but also carries with it a high level of job satisfaction.

    Stages to become a Company Secretary

    If you would like to join the Course after 10+2 has to undergo three stages to pursue the Company Secretaries Course i.e.

    * Foundation Programme
    * Executive Programme
    * Professional Programme

    *In addition, tyou have to undergo Practical Training for about 15 months which you may opt to start after passing the Executive Programme.

    * if you would like to join the Course after passing the Graduation has to undergo two stages of the Company Secretaryship i.e.

    *Executive Programme
    * Professional Programme

    Besides, you have to undergo Practical Training for about 15 months.

    *Foundation Programme which is of eight months duration can be pursued by 10+2 pass students like you of Arts, Science or Commerce stream

    * Executive Programme can be pursued by a Graduate of all streams except Fine Arts.

    * Professional Programme can be pursued only after clearing the Executive Programme of CS Course.

    Training:

    * you have to undergo 15 months Management Training in Companies sponsored by the Institute after passing the Executive or Professional Programme or under the guidance of a Company Secretary in Practice.

    * After qualifying Professional Examination and on successful completion of training a candidate like you admitted as an Associate Member of the ICSI and can use the letters ACS after his/her name i.e. Associate Company Secretary.

    Admission to the CS Course is open throughout the year. Examinations are held twice a year in June & December.

    Thank you




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    bhavya nagarajan
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    Re: Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?

    Hi..
    You must have passed senior secondary (10+2) to apply for the Foundation Programme.
    If you have completed Graduation, post-graduation (excluding Fine arts) and have passed final exam of ICWAI or ICAI or of any other accountancy Institution in India or abroad recognized by the Council of the Institute can directly enroll to the Executive Programme without doing the Foundation course.
    Duration of the Foundation Course is 8 months excluding the months of admission and the examination. You are required to pass the Foundation examination within 3 years from the date of their admission.
    Subjects covered are -
    English and Business Communication (FCEBC)
    Economics and Statistics
    Financial Accounting (FCFA)
    Elements of Business Laws and Management (FERBAM)

    all the best

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    Re: Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?

    The duration of this level of the course is minimum 8 months. Pass in 12th class in any discipline is the necessary qualification requirement for the course. Taxation, accounting, auditing, Labor laws, etc are included under the course study. Topics on financial analysis and corporate law are also taught under the course. English and Business Communication, Basic Economics and Business Environment, Financial Accounting, are the main subjects included under the course. Subjects such as Elements of Business Laws and Management and Information Systems and Quantitative Techniques (FCISQT) are also included. Those who pass this level can get in to the intermediate level of CS course.

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    Re: Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?

    Knowledge after passing Foundation

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    Re: Share your knowledge about CS Foundation course?

    I want to know the benefit of this caurse after graduation?

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