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May2011

DirectorateofStudentServices
Part1

ImportantInformationforthemonthsof May,June&July2011

Forurgentattentionofstudentsappearingin JUNE,2011CSEXAMINATIONS
DiscontinuationofDispatchofAdmitCardsinphysicalform
Inaccordancewiththedecisiontakenbyinstituterecently,itisbroughttothenoticeofthestudentsthateffective fromJune,2011Session,thesystemofdispatchofAdmitCardsinphysicalformwillbediscontinued.TheInstitute willarrangetouploadtheEAdmitCardsonthewebsiteoftheInstitutewhichcanbedownloadedbythestudents. StudentsareadvisedtodownloadtheAdmitCardonorafter20thMay,2011whichtheycancarrywiththemtothe ExaminationCentre. However,asperexistingpracticethepreliminaryenrollmentdetailswillbeavailableonthewebsitefrom1stMay, 2011.Studentsareadvisedtoverifythesameandincaseofanydiscrepancyorchanges,thesamemaybebrought tothenoticeoftheInstituteatEMailidenroll@icsi.eduORattelephoneno.01204522081/86immediatelyand latestby18thMay,2011. DiscontinuationofIssueofMarkSheetsinphysicalformforFoundationandExecutiveProgrammes Similarly,ithasalsobeendecidedthatfromJune,2011Sessiononwards,thedispatchofMarkSheetsforFoundation andExecutiveProgrammesinphysicalformwillbediscontinued.Asperthepresentpractice,thedetailsofMarks willbeavailableimmediateafterthedeclarationofresultsonthewebsite.FormalEMarkSheetswilluploadedon thestudentportalwww.icsi.inwhichmaybedownloadedbythestudentsforreferenceandrecords.However,the MarkSheetsofProfessionalProgrammewillcontinuetobeissuedinphysicalform. Allconcernedstudentsareadvisedtotakeanoteofit.

Importantcutoffdates:
1.Lastdateforapplyingforalltypesof:Wednesday,18thMay,2011 Changesinexaminationformfor(Studentsareadvisedtoavoidcontactingtheinstitutefor appearinginJune2011examsuchchangesateleventhhours) (i.e.changeofcentre,Module,Medium) 2.LastdateofregistrationforExecutive:Tuesday,31stMay2011

Program(ifstudentwishestoappear insinglemoduleofExecutiveProgram inDecember2011exam) 3.LastdateofregistrationforProfessional:Tuesday,31stMay2011 Program(ifstudentwishestoappear inanytwomoduleofProfessionalProgram inDecember2011exam)

MOSTIMPORTANT

Allcorrespondencerelatedwithstudentsmattershouldbesentto: TheDirector(StudentServices) TheInstituteofCompanySecretariesofIndia, C37,Sector62, Noida201309

Importantpointstobenoted:
1.Recentlythreemoreexaminationcenters[i.e.Salem(codeno.318),Sonepat(codeno.229)&Jabalpur(codeno.418)]have beenopened,whichwillbeoperativefromJune2011examinationonwardsonexperimentalbasis. Further two more examination centers [ i.e. Kota ( code no. 230 ) & Dhanbad ( code no. 108 ) ] have been opened, which will be operative from December 2011 examination onwards on experimental basis. Studentsresiding in & around these places may avail theopportunity. 2.Ifanystudentwishestoapplyforextensionofregistration/orregistrationdenovo,he/sheisadvisedtosubmithis/herapplication forextensionofregistration/orregistrationdenovoattheearliest. 3.SubjectwiseExemptionfees/Denovo/extensionfeesshouldneverbeclubbedwithexaminationfees.Studentsareadvisedto applyforthesameseparately.Theyshouldalsomentionaboutthesameinexaminationformatappropriateplace. 4.CancellationofRegistration RegistrationofstudentsregistereduptoandincludingJune2006standsterminatedonexpiryoffiveyearperiodon31stMay2011 leadingtothefollowingimmediateconsequences: (a)SupplyofStudentCompanySecretarybulletinwillbediscontinuedfromMay2011onwards. (b)Responsesheetswillnotbeacceptedevenifsubmittedandcoachingcompletioncertificateswillnotbeissued(aftertheexpiryof registrationperiod). Important: StudentswhoseregistrationisvaliduptoFebruary2011(i.e.studentsregisteredinMarch2006)are,however,eligibletoappearinJune 2011examinationwithoutseekingextensionofregistration/registrationdenovosubjecttofulfillingotherrequirementsaslaiddownin theregulations.

ATTENTION

StudentsofFinal(underoldsyllabus)
RegardingCompulsoryswitchovertoNewSyllabus

All students of Final who are presently pursuing the Company Secretaryship Course under old syllabusareherebyinformedthatfromnextexaminationonwards(i.e.June2011sessiononwards )institutesexaminationwillbeconductedundernewsyllabusonly.

As such all concerned students may note that w.e.f. 26th February 2011 all students who are presentlyinFinal(oldsyllabus)willbecompulsorilyswitchedovertoProfessionalProgram(i.e. undernewsyllabus). Students whohavealreadypassedanygroupofFinal(underoldsyllabus) /orexemptedinany subject ( under old syllabus ) may note that they will be eligible for exemption in corresponding subjectsundernewsyllabusasperdetailsmentionedbelow:
SlNo 1 2 FINAL(oldSyllabus) AdvancedCompanyLawandPractice( ACLP) SecretarialPracticerelatingtoEco. LawsandDrafting&Conveyancing( SPRELDC) Secretarial,ManagementandSystem Audit(SMSA) Financial,TreasuryandForex Management(FTFM) CorporateRestructuringLawand Practice(CRLP) BankingandInsuranceLawand Practice(BILP) WTOInternationalTrade, Jt.VentureandForeignCollaborations (WTOITJVFC) DirectandIndirectTaxationLawand Practice(DITLP) HumanResourcesMgt&Industrial Relations(HRMIL) Subject Code 131 132 PROFESSIONALPROGRAM (NewSyllabus) CompanySecretarialPractice(CSP) Drafting,AppearancesandPleadings (DAP) DueDiligence&Corp.ComplianceMgt. (DDCCM)(ModuleIV) Financial,TreasuryandForexManagement( FTFM) CorporateRestructuringandInsolvency (CRI) Governance,BusinessEthicsand Sustainability(GBES)(ModuleIV) StrategicMgt,AlliancesandInternational Trade(SMAIT) AdvancedTaxLawandPractice(ATLP) Governance,BusinessEthicsand Sustainability(GBES)(ModuleIV) SubjectCode 231 232

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Online Services for Students through students portal www.icsi.in


Students of ICSI may avail following online services: i) ii) iii) iv) v) Students can view the status of his/her application form already submitted for registration as student. Students can take printout of Admit Card ( i.e. Roll No. of exam ), Registration letter, Deno-vo letter, Denoextension letter etc. New students can submit their online registration form Students can take printout of Duplicate Identity Card Students can change their address, Mobile no. and e-mail ID etc. instantly.

PartII

GeneralInformationstudentsmustknow

ImportantTelephoneNos.ofDirectorateofStudentServices Sl NatureofQuery Telephone EmailIDs No. Numbers 1 Issueofstudymaterials (0120)4522064 om.prakash@icsi.edu 2 RegistrationStatusofFoundation/Executive (0120)4522061 ms.bhagwan@icsi.edu Program (forFoundationProgram) anju.gupta@icsi.edu (forExecutiveProgram) 3 Denovo/Extensin/ProfessionalEnrolment (0120)4522072 archana.goel@icsi.edu 4 PaperwiseExemption(Onqualificationbasis (0120)4522074 s.hemamalini@icsi.edu forRegisteredStudents) 5 NonreceiptofRegistrationLetter/Identity (0120)4522071 naveen.kumar@icsi.edu Cards/StudentCompanySecretaryBulletin/E mailRegistration/ChangeofAddress 6 CoachingCompletionCertificates/Suggested (0120)4522074 sp.singh@icsi.edu AnswersandResponseSheetsStatus/ Examiners(DPTS) 7 CompulsoryComputerTraining (0120)4522075 prem.lata@icsi.edu 8 PublicPrivatePartnershipScheme (0120)4522083 ashvini.srivastava@icsi.edu 9 IssueofAdmissionCertificateforExaminations (0120)4522085/87 enroll@icsi.edu 10 DuplicatepasscertificateofFinal/Professional (0120)4522082 siyaram@icsi.edu 11 Transcript/VerificationofQualification(only (0120)4522081/82 siyaram@icsi.edu(forExecutive forstudents) Program) rajesh.sharma@icsi.edu(for Final/ProfessionalProgram) MOSTIMPORTANT

Allcorrespondencerelatedwithstudentsmattershouldbesentto: TheDirector(StudentServices) TheInstituteofCompanySecretariesofIndia, C37,Sector62, Noida201309

1. ConcessioninRegistrationFees/ExaminationFeesforPhysicallyHandicappedStudents:

2. ChangeofAddress Changeofaddress,ifany,shouldbeintimatedtotheInstitutebysendingaseparateletterinthisregard. Whileintimatingthechangeintheirmailingaddress,thestudentsareadvisedtoinvariablyquotethePIN CODEnumberalongwiththestudentregistrationnumber,nameandfullpostaladdresswithcity,statein capitalletters. PINCODEisrequiredtobementionedforquickdeliveryofthemail.Studentsmay,therefore,checkupthe computerisedmailingaddressasprintedontheStudentCompanySecretarybulletin.Incase,itdoesnot carry or carry the wrong PIN CODE number, the same may be intimated immediately quoting student registrationnumberandfullpostaladdresswithPostalIndexNumbersothatitcouldbeincorporatedin thecomputerisedmailinglist. 3. EMailAddressoftheStudents

ThosestudentswhoarehavingemailaddressmaycommunicatethesametotheStudentServicesSection (giving reference of their name & registration no.) at naveen.kumar@icsi.edu, which will facilitate quick andeconomiccommunicationfromtheInstitutesside. 4. StudentsIdentityCard All the students appearing in the examination must hold Identity Card in the manner prescribed by the Institute, if not already obtained at the time of seeking registration. For obtaining the Identity Card, students are advised to obtain a proforma from the Headquarters/Regional Offices of the Institute and send it again to the Institute duly filled up and attested as per instructions given in the prospectus/registrationletter. StudentswhohavesofarnotobtainedIdentityCardsareadvisedtowritetotheInstituteimmediately.The students should carry their Identity Cards without fail for appearing in the Institutes examination. If the Identity Card already issued has been lost or mutilated, student should send a request for obtaining duplicateIdentityCardtogetherwiththemutilatedIdentityCard/IdentityCardproformadulyfilledinand attestedtogetherwithRs.50/towardsduplicateIdentityCardfee. 5.CompulsoryEnrolmentforProfessionalProgramme. Students who have passed/completed both modules of Executive examination are advised to seek compulsoryenrolmentforundergoingcoachingfortheProfessionalProgrammeonpaymentofRs.7500/ towardspostaltuitionfee. CandidateswillbeadmittedtotheProfessionalProgramexamination,if:
i) He/Shehasregisteredhimself/herselfasastudentfortheProfessionalProgrammeatleastninecalendarmonths prior tothe month in whichthe examinationcommences. In other words,candidate registered asstudent upto andincludingthemonthofFebruaryinayearareeligibletoappearinallthemodulesoftheProfessionalProgram examinationtobeheldinDecemberofthatyear,andthoseregisteredbetweenMarchtoAugustduringayearare eligibletoappearinallthefourmodulesoftheProfessionalProgramexaminationtobeheldinthemonthofJune nextyearsubjecttosatisfactorycompletionofcompulsorycoaching. However, a candidate registered as a student at least six calendar months prior to the month in which the examination commences may be allowed to appear in any one or two module(s) of the Professional Program examination,thatistosay,acandidateregisteredasastudentuptoandincludingthemonthofMayinayearwill beeligibleforappearinginanyoneortwomodule(s)inDecemberexaminationandthosewhoareregisteredfrom JuneonwardsanduptoandincludingthemonthofNovemberinayearwillbeeligibletoappearinanyoneortwo module(s)ofProfessionalProgramexaminationtobeheldinthemonthofJunenextyearsubjecttosatisfactory completionofcompulsorycoaching.

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6.UniformityinSignatures It has been observed that some of the enrollment applications / letters received from the students are eitherunsignedorbeardifferentsignaturesfromtimetotime. Allthestudentsare,therefore,advisedtomaintainuniformityintheirsignaturesonallthecorrespondence withtheInstituteincludingstudentsidentitycard,enrollmentapplicationandattendancesheetprovidedin theexaminationhallatthetimeofwritingexaminations.

7.ClarificationRegardingPaperwiseExemption (a) Thepaperwiseexemptionisgrantedonlyonthebasisofspecificrequestreceivedinwritingfroma registered student along with the attested photocopies of marks sheets for all parts of the Degree/examination(onthebasisofwhichthepaperwiseexemptionissought)andtheexemption fee@Rs.100/perpaper.Itisonetimepaymentandnottoberemittedforavailingofpaperwise exemptionineverysessionofexaminationduringthevalidityofregistrationperiod.

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The application for claiming paperwise exemption must reach the Institute on or before the last date for submission of enrolment application i.e. 25th March and 25th September for June and December examinations respectively and with a late fee of Rs. 100/, the application can be acceptedupto9thApriland10thOctoberrespectively. The paperwise exemption once granted holds good during the validity of registration period or passing/completingtheexamination,whicheverisearlier. The paperwise exemption is cancelled only on receipt of a specific request in writing from the student concerned on or before the last date for submission of the enrolment application. If any candidate appears in the exempted paper(s) of examination without receiving the written confirmationfromtheInstitute,butbymakingpersonalrepresentation,appeal,request,etc.,atthe ExaminationCentreatthelastmoment,his/herappearanceinsuchpaper(s)shallautomaticallybe treatedascancelled. Itmaybenotedthatcandidateswhoapplyforgrantofpaperwiseexemptionorseekcancellation of paper wise exemption already granted, before the last date of submission of enrolment applications for a particular examination, must see and ensure that they receive written confirmationfromtheInstituteatleast1520dayspriortothecommencementoftheexamination. Candidateswhowouldpresumeautomaticgrantorcancellationofpaperwiseexemptionwithout obtaining written confirmation on time and absent themselves in any paper(s) of examination and/orappearintheexemptedpaper(s)woulddosoattheirownriskandresponsibilityandthe matterwillbedealtwithaspertheaboveguidelines. Exemptiononcecancelledonrequestinwritingshallnotbegrantedagainunderanycircumstances. ThecandidateswhohavepassedeithergroupoftheIntermediate/Finalexaminationundertheold syllabus, may claim the paperwise exemption in the corresponding subject(s) of new syllabus indicatingthebasisofexemptionasAPOintheappropriatecolumnoftheenrolmentapplication. In case the paperwise exemption has already been granted on the basis of qualification or the candidates is eligible for grant of exemption on the basis of securing 60% or more marks, a photocopyoftheletter/markssheetissuedbytheInstituteshouldbeenclosedwiththeenrolment application while claiming such exemption, failing which the same may not be granted for the ensuingexamination. NoexemptionfeeispayableforavailingpaperwiseexemptiononthebasisofAPOoronthebasis ofsecuring60%ormoremarksintheInstitutesexamination. Paperwise exemption fee is payable only when the exemption is to be availed on the basis of qualification(s)specifiedforthepurpose.

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8. CompulsoryComputerTraining

9.StudentInductionProgram(SIP) Every candidate registered for the Executive Programme w.e.f. 01.09.2009 are compulsorily required to undergo seven days Student Induction Programme (SIP) within 6 months of registration. Regarding any query about SIP, students are advised to contact office of their respective Regional Council / Chapter. Alternatively,theymayalsocalltoDirectorateofTraining&Membershipofinstituteontelephoneno.011 49343026/27/28. 10.ExemptionfromComputerTraining

A student shall be exempted from undergoing the course on the basis of he/she fulfill the following criteria: 1. He/She has the requisite knowledge of the areas/topics covered in the computer training and 2. He/Sheenrollshimself/herselfforanonlineexemptiontest(tobeconductedbyAPTECH)at anyoftheAPTECHCenteronallIndiabasisandsuccessfullyclearsthetest. 11. DiscontinuationofissueofpasscertificatestoFoundation/ExecutiveProgrampassstudents:

12. Rationalization of system for issue of Coaching Completion Certificates under Postal Coaching Scheme:

13. ScheduleofFees:

SCHEDULEOFFEES

PARTICULARS FOUNDATIONPROGRAMME AdmissionFee PostalTuitionFee EXECUTIVEPROGRAMME(INTERMEDIATE) RegistrationFee FoundationExaminationExemptionFee PostalTuitionFeeforExecutiveProgramme 1500 500 5000 TotalFees7000 (Forcommercegraduates) 1200 2400 TotalFees3600 FEES(Rs.) REMARKS

PostalTuitionFeeforFoundationProgramme(payablebyNonCommerce GraduateswhoareseekingexemptionfrompassingtheFoundation ProgrammeExaminationunderclause(iii)ofRegulation38.) FoundationPassStudent 6500 PROFESSIONALPROGRAMME(FINAL) PostalTuitionFee DENOVOREGISTRATION RegistrationDeNovoFee ExemptionfromFoundationExaminationFee ExemptionfromExecutiveProgrammeExaminationFee EXTENSIONOFREGISTRATION ExtensionofRegistrationFee ServiceChargesforExtensionofRegistration EXAMINATIONFEE FoundationProgramme ExecutiveProgramme

750

TotalFees7750 (Forothers)

TotalFees6500

7500

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875 900 (PerModule)

ProfessionalProgramme

750 (PerModule)

LateFeeforreceiptofExaminationApplication ChangeofExaminationCenter/Module/Medium

100 100

ForappearingfromoverseasDubaiCentre:SurchargeofUS$100inadditiontotheapplicableexaminationfees. OTHERFEES PaperwiseExemptionFee IssueofDuplicateIdentityCardFee IssueofDuplicatePassCertificateFee IssueofDuplicateMarkSheet IssueofTranscript/certifiedcopyofSyllabus VerificationofMarksFee 100 50 50 50 100 100 (PerSubject)

14. ICSIStudentsEducationFundTrust:

15. List of institutes empanelled for imparting Oral Coaching Classes to CS students Under Public PrivatePartnershipSchemeofICSI:

S.No. Name&AddressofEmpanelled Institutions. ValidityforCSSessionofExam

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1. M/sHappyCoachingInstitute Fatak,P.O.Budharaja Sambalpur768004 Orissa 2. TheDirector M/sInstituteforInspiration&SelfDevelopment 1B/200/1,SectorIII SaltLakeCity Kolkata700106 TheDirector M/sAmbedkarInstituteofHigherEducation AIHECampus HouseNo21B, PatliputraGolamber Patna800013(Bihar) ThePrincipal June`11andDecember`11SessionofCSExaminations. December`10&June`11SessionofCSExaminations.

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M/sHaldiaLawCollege HITCampus HALDIAPurbaMedinipur 721657(W.B) Proprietor M/SSolutionEducationCentre 116,GandhiPath, NorthSKPuri PATNA800013 Proprietor M/SWISDOMInstituteofProfessionalLearning, 3/100C,CRColony, OnRajaSCMallickRoad KOLKATA700032 M/s Gyan Bharati Institute of Higher Studies, [Unit GyanBharatiSociety] 64A,NimtaliaGhatStreet, KOLKATA700006

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1. M/SG.G.D.S.D.COLLEGE Rajpur(Palampur) Distt.Kangra HimachalPradesh 2. M/sSpringdaleCollegeofManagementStudies MadhotandaRoad Pilibhit262001(U.P) 3. M/sSainathCommerceClasses C20,Talwandi KOTA324005 M/sLucknowCommerceAcademy S72/17,Old`C`BlockChauraha Rajajipuram(NearLekhraj) Lucknow226017 TheDirector M/s1360,Staffing&Training SolutionsPrivateLimited 46,FirstFloor,Karanpur Dehradun(U.P) M/s. Institute of Systematic Studies in Commerce, Behind Maharaja Hotel, Station Road, Moradabad 244001(UP) SAIINSTITUTE MalluSarai, SAMBHAL,NearChamundaMandir MORADABAD TheDirector, M/SG.S.InstituteofProfessionalStudies, AhilyaBaiHolkarCircle,DampierNagar MATHURA[UP] TheDirector, Commerce CountyInstitute for Commerce Studies, December`11andJune`12SessionofCSExaminations. Dec.10SessionandJun11sessionofCSExaminations. December`10andJune`11SessionofCSExaminations. December`10andJune`11SessionofCSExaminations.

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137,RedSquareMarket, NearPalkiHotel, HISSAR[Haryana} TheProprietor M/SBrainSolutions, ATS,LaxmiBaiMarg, Aligarh[UP] TheDirector M/SEKKISS, 1/5B,EKKISSRoad Suratgarh,DistSriGanganagar RAJASTHAN Director, M/sAdvancedCommerceStudy, 14AmarComplex,DwarkaMore, UttamNagar, NewDelhi110059 MobN0:9818301515 Director, M/sGovindamBusinessSchool, 514,IndustrialEstate, Patparganj Delhi110092 MRS.SONIAGULATI Proprietor, M/S CS Academy, House N0.35, 8, Maria Colony, PANIPAT[HARYANA] CAPRITAMKGOSWAMI Director,M/S Career Institute of Commerce & Accounts [CICA] A781, Near I L & Indra Vihar Joint,IndraVihar,KOTA324005 MrAjayKumarTrivedi M/SVedantaCommerceAcademy C28,Rajajipuram LUCKNOW226017 Director M/SBharatSirsCommerceInstitute 7445,DurgaPuri HaibowalKalan Ludhiana[Pb] Director, M/SAcademyforProfessionalStudies, LUCKNOW Prog Director, NIAM Institute of Applied Management, 20/1, Old Sher Shah Suri Marg, Opp: Sector37,Faridabad MrPramodKumar M/SHariInstituteofEducationandTraining[HIET] House No 528 E,Opp Govt Agriculture Office, Sunder Nagar, Jaunpur222002[UP] Director, M/SBhartiSchoolofBusinessStudies 9NModelTown HISAR[Harana] HeritageWomensPolytechnic KrishnaColony,NearRailwayStation

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RailwayRoad PALWAL(Haryana) ShriAatmVallabhJainGirlsCollege HnaumanGarhRoad SriGanganagar(Rajasthan)335001

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WESTERNINDIAREGIONALCOUNCIL
1. SeniorManager M/sCareerClasses 303,ShalimarCorporateCenter 8,SouthTukoganj NearHotelBalwas Indore(M.P) 2. M/sInstituteofManagementTraining&Research ArthaComplex,2ndFloor NearIMAHouseandTapdiyaTerrace,Off.Adalat Road Aurangabad431001(M.S) 3. ThePrincipal M/sD.M.`sCollegeofArts,Science&Commerce Assagao,Bardez GOA403507 M/sNAVKARINSTITUTION 7,PallaviRowHouse Opp.MemnagarFireStation Navrangpura Ahmedabad380009 TheDirector M/sGeetanjaliEducationSystemsPrivateLimited GeetanjaliCollegeofComputerScience&Commerce IndianRedCrossBuildingSuchakRoad Opp.ShastriMedan RAJKOT360001 TheManagingDirector M/sIDEALClassesPrivateLimited 44/375,UnnatNagarII Opp.PatkarCollege S.V.Rpad,Goregaon(West) Mumbai40062 [Branch:Borivali(West) TheDirector M/s.Lex4biz 5,Rajnigandha TithalRoad Valsad396001(GJ) TheDirector M/SProfessionalExcellenceAcademy 86,ZoneII,ThirdFloor, M.P.Nagar BHOPAL462011[MP] M/SShriGosarHansrajGosraniCommerce&Shri June`11andDecember`11SessionofCSExamination. December`10andJune`11SessionofCSExaminations. June`11andDecember`11SessionofCSExaminations. December`10andJune`11SessionofCSExaminations.

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M/S3C,ComputerConsultingCentre ManjathurutherBuilding GoodShepherdRoad Kottayam686001

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GeneralInstruction:

Incaseofanyspecificproblem/complaintregarding:

1.Registration,postregistration,studentsservicesandpostal/oralcoaching,studentsmaycontact personallyorwriteto MrSohanLal Director(StudentServices) TheInstituteofCompanySecretariesofIndia C37,Sector62, Noida201309, Tel:01204522056 email:sohan.lal@icsi.edu.

2.Academicguidanceandsuggestions,ifany,studentsmaywriteto MrSutanuSinha Director(Academics) TheInstituteofCompanySecretariesofIndia 22,InstitutionalArea LodiRoad NewDelhi110003 Tel:01145341014(D) email:sutanu.sinha@icsi.edu.

DirectorateofAcademic&Professional Development Part2

AcademicGuidance
ExecutiveProgramme
EconomicandLabourLaws
FAQsON THECONTRACTLABOUR(REGULATION&ABOLITION)ACT,1970 1.WhatistheobjectoftheContractLabour(Regulation&Abolition)Act,1970? TheobjectoftheActistodoawaywiththeabusesofthesystemofemploymentofcontractlabour.Withthesaid object,theActregulatestheemploymentofcontractlabourincertainestablishmentsandprovidesforitsabolition incertaincircumstances. 2.Towhichestablishments/contractorstheActisapplicable? TheActisapplicable toeveryestablishmentemployingtwentyormoreworkmenascontractlabour toeverycontractoremployingtwentyormoreworkmen
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Prepared by Archana Kaul, Assistant Director (A&PD), The ICSI.

TheActempowerstheCentralGovernmentandtheStateGovernmenttoapplyitsprovisionstoanyestablishment orcontractoremployinglessthantwentyworkmen.[Section1(4)] 3.ArethereanyestablishmentstowhichtheActisnotapplicable? TheActisnotapplicabletoestablishmentsperformingworkonlyofanintermittent*orcasualnature.[Section1(5)] *Workisdeemedtobeofanintermittentnature


ifitisofaseasonalcharacterandisperformedfornotmorethan60daysinayear,or

inothercasesifitwasperformedfornotmorethan120daysinthepreceding12months. 4.IsitpermissibleundertheActtoexemptanyestablishmentfromitsprovisions? Under Section 31, the Act permits the Government in the case of an emergency to exempt any class of establishmentsoranyclassofcontractorsfromtheapplicationofallorsomeoftheprovisionsoftheActortherules made thereunder for a specified period and subject to specified conditions and restrictions. 5.Whatistheprimarydutyofaprincipalemployer/acontractorundertheAct? EveryprincipalemployerofanestablishmenttowhichtheActappliesmustgethisestablishmentregisteredunder theActforthepurposeofemployingcontractlabour,andeverycontractortowhomtheActappliesmustobtaina licenseundertheActforthepurposeofundertakingorexecutinganyworkthroughcontractlabour.[Section7&12] 6.WhatistheprocedureforgettinganestablishmentregisteredundertheAct? TheprocedureforregistrationofestablishmentundertheActisasfollows: a. if the Act applicable to an establishment the principal employer of the establishment has to make an applicationintheprescribedformaccompaniedbyprescribedfeestotheRegisteringOfficerforregistration oftheestablishmentundertheAct b. iftheapplicationiscompleteinallrespectstheRegisteringOfficerwillregistertheestablishmentandissuea certificateofregistrationintheprescribedformtotheprincipalemployer.[Section7] 7.WhentheregistrationofanestablishmentcanberevokedundertheAct? According to Section 8 of the Act, the Registering Officer can revoke the registration of any establishment if he is satisfied i. thattheregistrationhasbeenobtainedbymisrepresentationorsuppressionofanymaterialfact,or ii. thatforanyotherreason iii. theregistrationhasbecomeuselessorineffective. 8.Whataretheconsequencesofnotobtainingregistrationundersection7orofrevocationofregistrationunder section8? Section9prohibitstheprincipalemployerofanestablishmentwhohasnotobtainedtherequiredregistrationunder section 7 or whose registration has been revoked under section 8 from employing any contract labour in his establishment. 9.Cananyestablishmentbeprohibitedfromemployingcontractlabour? Yes.AsperSection10oftheAct,theCentralGovernmentoraStateGovernmentcanprohibitanyestablishment fromemployingcontractlabourforperforminganyworkafterconsidering whether the conditions of work and benefits provided for the contract labour in the establishment are satisfactory; whetherworkisincidentaltoornecessaryforthebusinessoftheestablishment; whethertheworkisofperennialnature,thatistosay,itisofsufficientduration; whetheritisdoneordinarilythroughregularworkmen; whetheritissufficienttoemployconsiderablenumberofwholetimeworkmen

10.Isitnecessarytogivereasonsinthenotificationissuedundersection10(1)oftheAct? InNationalOrganicChemicalIndustriesv.StateofMaharashtra,(1988)IICLR612,itwasheldthattheGovernment neednotgivereasonsinthenotificationissuedunderSection10(1)oftheActprohibitingemploymentofcontract labourinanyworkinanyestablishment.SuchnotificationcannotbeequatedwithajudgmentofaCourt. 11.DoestheActconferanyrightonthecontractlabourerstobeabsorbedbytheprincipalemployer? No right flows from the provisions of the Act for the contract labourers to be absorbed by or to become the employeesoftheprincipalemployer.[R.K.Panda&Ors.v.SteelAuthorityofIndia&Ors.,1994CLR402.] 12.WhatistheprocedureforobtainingalicenceundertheAct? Theprocedureforobtainingalicenceisasfollows: a. AcontractortowhomtheActisapplicablehastomakeanapplicationintheprescribedformaccompanied bythenecessaryfeesandsecuritydeposittotheLicensingOfficerforgrantofalicenseundertheAct. b. The Licensing Officer after making the necessary investigation may issue a license in the prescribed form containingtheconditionssubjecttowhichthesameisgranted. c. The licence will be valid for the period specified therein and will have to be renewed from time to time. [Section13] 13.Howlongalicenceremainsinforceandwhenitcanberenewed? AsperRule27&29,alicencewillremaininforceunto31stDecemberoftheyearforwhichthelicenceisgranted.It shouldberenewedeveryyear.Theapplicationforrenewalshouldbemadenotlessthan60daysbeforethedateon whichthelicenceexpires. 14.Whatistheremedyavailableifacertificateofregistrationoralicenceislost? Under Rule 30 it has been provided that if a certificate of registration or a licence has been lost, defaced or accidentallydestroyed,aduplicateshouldbeobtainedfromtheregisteringofficerorthelicensingofficerasthecase maybe,onpaymentoftheprescribedfee 15.Underwhatcircumstancesalicencecanberevokedorsuspended? ThelicensingOfficercanrevokeorsuspendalicenceorforfeitthesecuritydepositifheissatisfied i. thatthelicencehasbeenobtainedbymisrepresentationorsuppressionofanymaterialfact,or ii. thattheholderofthelicencehasfailedtocomplywiththeconditionsspecifiedtherein,or iii. thattheholderofthelicencehascontravenedanyprovisionoftheActortherulemadethereunder.[Section 14] 16.WhatistheeffectofnothavingalicenceundertheAct? If a contractor to whom the Act is applicable does not have a licence under the Act, he is prohibited from undertakingorexecutinganyworkthroughcontractlabour.[Section12] 17. What is the effect if the principal employer employs contract labour without holding a certificate of registrationandacontractoralsonotholdingalicence? It has been held that every worker who works for a principal employer to whom the provisions of the Contract Labour Act are attracted is to be treated as the worker of the principal employer unless it is satisfied that the establishmenthassecuredacertificateofregistrationfortherelevantperiodundersection7andithademployed contractlabourthroughalicensedcontractorundersection12.(FoodCorporationofIndiaWorkersUnionv.Food CorporationofIndia&Ors.,1990CLR829.) 18.IfthecontractorfailstoregisterhiscontractundertheAct,theemployeesemployedbyhimbecomethedirect employeesoftheprincipalemployer?

Thereis noprovisionintheContractLabourActwherebyitcan beconstruedthat thefailureofthecontractor to register his contract under section 12 of the Act, the employees employed by the contractor would become the directemployeesoftheprincipalemployer.(GeneralLabourUnionv.K.M.Desai&Ors.,1990CLR22.) 19.CananappealbefiledagainstthatordersoftheRegisteringOfficerandtheLicensingOfficer? Yes.AnypersonaggrievedbytheorderoftheRegisteringOfficerortheLicensingOfficercanpreferanappealtothe AppellateOfficer.Suchappealmustbefiledwithin30daysfromthedateofcommunicationoftheorder.[Section15] 20.Whataretheamenitiestobeprovidedbyacontractorforthemaintenanceofhealthandwelfareofcontract labour? Acontractorisrequiredtoprovidecanteens,restrooms,latrines,urinals,drinkingwater,washingfacilitiesandfirst aidfacilitiesfortheuseofcontractlabour(Sections1619). 21. What is the liability of the principal employer for the provision of the amenities or payment of wages to contractlabour? Ifacontractorfailstoprovidetheprescribedamenities,thentheprincipal employerwillbeliabletoprovidesuch amenities.Theprincipalemployercanrecoversuchexpensesfromthecontractor.(Section20) The contractor is also required to pay wages and a duty is cast on him to ensure disbursement of wages in the presence of the authorised representative of the principal employer. An obligation is also cast on the principal employertonominatearepresentativedulyauthorisedbyhimtobepresentatthetimeofdisbursementofwages. Incaseoffailureonthepartofthecontractortopaywageseitherinpartorinfull,theprincipalemployerisliable topaythesameandrecovertheamountsopaidfromthecontractoreitherbydeductionfromanyamountpayable tothecontractorunderanycontractorasadebtpayablebythecontractor.(Section21) 22.WhatarethepowersoftheinspectorsappointedundertheAct? AninspectorappointedundertheActhasthepower toenteranypremisesorplacewherecontractlabourisemployed,forthepurposeofexamininganyregister, recordornotices; toexamineanyworkmenemployedinsuchpremisesorplace; torequireanypersonorworkmantogiveinformationregardingworkorpaymentforwork; toseizeortakecopiesofanyregister,recordofwagesornotices[Section28]. 23.WhattypeofrecordisrequiredtobemaintainedundertheActbyaprincipalemployerorcontractor? UnderSection29oftheAct,itisthedutyofeveryprincipalemployerandeverycontractortomaintainrecordsgiving particularsofcontractlabouremployed,thenatureofworkperformedbythecontractlabour,theratesofwages paidtothecontractlabour,etc.asperrulesframedundertheAct.Itisalsotheirdutytoexhibitinthepremisesof the establishment notices containing particulars about the hours of work, nature of duty, etc. as per rules framed undertheAct. 24.IsaprincipalemployerrequiredtosubmitanyreturntotheRegisteringOfficer?

As per Rule 63(2), every principal employer of a registered establishment is required to send to the Registering Officer concerned an annual return in the prescribed form. The return should reach the RegisteringOfficernotlaterthanthe15thFebruaryfollowingtheendoftheyeartowhichitrelates.

ProfessionalProgramme
DuediligenceandCorporateComplianceManagement Environmentalduediligenceforbusinesstransactions 2 Environmentalduediligencehasgainedimportanceintherecentpastwhilecarryingoutinorganicbusiness transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, takeovers etc mainly due to increased awareness and consciousnessofthepublicfrompotentialnegativeenvironmentalimpactoftheorganizationthatmaybe caused by the company on them. Besides the regulatory framework also supports the importance of environmental due diligence through concepts such as environment impact assessment, environment management plan, environment audit etc. Any potential non compliance of laws /negligence towards societywouldcausemajorenvironmentalriskwhichwillhaveanimpactonthefinancialwellbeingofthe companytoo. Asperbusinessdictionary.com,environmentalriskmeansActualorpotentialthreatofadverseeffectson livingorganismsandenvironmentbyeffluents,emissions,wastes,resourcedepletion,etc.,arisingoutof anorganization'sactivities. Environmental problems often threaten the viability of transactions. If a business transaction proceeds without environmental risks being correctly evaluated or addressed, they can significantly reduce the profitabilityoftheacquisition. Society is increasingly unwilling to tolerate harm to the environment, and those businesses that are perceived to be irresponsible towards environment and community can expect considerable criticisms fromthemediaandpublic. Someofthereasonsforperformingenvironmentalduediligenceinclude To assess hazardous substances emission and the mitigation measures through examination of industrialsites. Toensureregulatorycompliancesandtoassesscostofnoncompliancesifany Societalreactiontoemissionofeffluentsanditsimpactonthefinancialhealthofthecompany. Tohaveanoverallenvironmentalimpactassessment. Tosuggestremedialcourseofactionsandenvironmentalmanagementplan Toassessthesustainabilityinitiativesofthecompanyanditspotentialimpactonthebusiness Toallocateliabilitiesidentifiedduringtheinvestigation,draftindemnities,orperhapsrepricethe deal. PROFESSIONALPROGRAMME GOVERNANCE,BUSINESSETHICSANDSUSTAINABILITY UPDATES 3 :
GlobalReportingInitiative(GRI)
WhatisGRINetwork? The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a large multistakeholder network of thousands of experts, in dozens of countries worldwide,whoparticipateinGRIsworkinggroupsandgovernancebodies,usetheGRIGuidelinestoreport,accessinformation inGRIbasedreports,orcontributetodeveloptheReportingFrameworkinotherwaysbothformallyandinformally. Whatissustainabilityreportingandwhatisitspurpose? Sustainabilityreportingisthepracticeofmeasuring,disclosing,andbeingaccountabletointernalandexternalstakeholdersfor organizationalperformancetowardsthegoalofsustainabledevelopment.

Prepared by Lakshmi Arun, Education Officer Prepared by Ms. Disha Kant, Management Trainee under the guidance of Ms. Banu Dandona Assistant Director, ICSI

Asustainabilityreportshouldprovideabalancedandreasonablerepresentationofthesustainabilityperformanceofareporting organizationincludingbothpositiveandnegativecontributions.Whateveractivitiesacompanypursuesinorderbenefitallthe stakeholders(community,suppliers,employees,andallhavingreasonableinterestintheactivitiesofthecompany)mayform partofthereport. WhatisGRIReporting? The GRI Reporting Framework is intended to serve as a generally accepted framework for reporting on an organizations economic,environmental,andsocialperformance.Itisdesignedforusebyorganizationsofanysize,sector,orlocation.Ittakes into account the practical considerations faced by a diverse range of organizations from small enterprises to those with extensiveandgeographicallydispersedoperations. WhataretheG3Guidelines? The Sustainability Reporting Guidelines or G3 Guidelines are the cornerstone of the GRI Sustainability Reporting Framework.GRI recommendsthat every organization uses the Guidelinesas the basis fortheir sustainability report. The Guidelinesoutlinecorecontentforreportingandarerelevanttoallorganizationsregardlessofsize,sector,orlocation.TheG3 Guidelinesoutlineadisclosureframeworkthatorganizationscanvoluntarily,flexibly,andincrementallyadopt.Theflexibilityof theG3formatallowsorganizationstoplotapathforcontinualimprovementoftheirsustainabilityreportingpractices. TheG3Guidelinesaredividedintotwoparts: ReportingPrinciplesandReportingGuidanceand StandardDisclosures(includingperformanceindicators).

G3Guidelines
Part1 ReportingPrinciplesandGuidance

Part2 StandardDisclosures

DefiningReportContent,Quality,andBoundary

StrategyandProfile

DefiningReportContent

ManagementApproach PerformanceIndicators

Materiality StakeholderInclusiveness SustainabilityContext Completeness

ReportingPrinciplesforDefiningQuality
Balance Comparability Accuracy Timeliness Clarity Reliability

ReportingGuidanceforBoundarySetting
Part1 ReportingPrinciplesandGuidance Principlestodefinereportcontent:materiality,stakeholderinclusiveness,sustainabilitycontext,andcompleteness. Principlestodefinereportquality:balance,comparability,accuracy,timeliness,reliability,andclarity. Guidance on how to set the report boundary. Reporting Boundary enables reporting organizations to define the range of entities represented by the report. The Reporting Principles provide guidance to reporting organizations to helpthemcontourtheReportBoundaries. 1.1 ReportContent Indefiningthecontentofthereport,thepurposeistoachieveabalancedandreasonablepresentationoftheorganisations performance. This determination should be made by considering both the organisations purpose and experience, and the reasonableexpectationsandinterestsoftheorganisationsstakeholders. ThestepstousetheGRIReportingFrameworkareasfollows: 1. IdentifythetopicsandrelatedindicatorsthatarerelevantbyundergoinganinteractiveprocessusingthePrinc9plesof materialityandstakeholderinclusiveness,sustainabilitycontext,andReportBoundaries.

2. When identifying the topics consider the relevance of all indicator aspects identified in the GRI Guidelines and applicablesectorsupplements. 3. From the set of relevant topics and indicators, use the tests listed for each Principle to assess which topics and indicatorsarematerial. 4. UsethePrinciplestoprioritizeselectedtopicsanddecidewhichwillbeemphasized. 5. Thespecificmethodsorprocessesusedforassessingmaterialitybe Differentiatedforandidentifiedbyeachorganization. DependentontheguidanceandtestsfoundintheGRIReportingPrinciples,and Disclosed.

WhatisMateriality? Definition: The information in a report should cover topics and indicators that reflect the organisations significant economic,environmentalandsocialimpactsorthatwouldsubstantiallyinfluencetheassessmentsanddecisionofstakeholders.

Organizationsarefacedwithawiderangeoftopicsonwhichitcouldreport.RelevanttopicsandIndicatorsarethosethatmay reasonablybeconsideredimportantforreflectingtheorganizationseconomic,environmental,andsocialimpacts,orinfluencing thedecisionsofstakeholders,and,therefore,potentiallymeritinclusioninthereport.Materialityisthethresholdatwhichan issueorIndicatorbecomessufficientlyimportantthatitshouldbereported. Materialityforsustainabilityreportingisnotlimitedonlytothosesustainabilitytopicsthathavesignificantfinancialimpact ontheorganization.Italsoincludesconsideringeconomic,environmentalandsocialimpactsthatcrossathresholdinaffecting theabilitytomeettheneedsofthepresentwithoutcompromisingtheneedsoffuturegenerations. A combination of internal and external factors should be used to determine whether information is material, including factorssuchastheorganisationsoverallmissionandcompetitivestrategy,concernsexpresseddirectlybystakeholdersandthe organisations influence on upstream (e.g. customers) entities. Assessments of materiality should also take into account the basicexpectationsexpressedintheinternationalstandardsandagreements. Whatisstakeholderinclusiveness? Definition: The reporting organization should identify its stakeholders and explain in its report how it has responded to their reasonableexpectationsandinterests. Stakeholders are defined as entities or individuals that can reasonably be expected to be significantly affected by the organizations activities, products, and/or services; and whose actions can reasonably be expected to affect the ability of the organizationtosuccessfullyimplementitsstrategiesandachieveitsobjectives.Thisincludedentitiesorindividualswhoserights underlaworinternationalconventionsprovidethemwithlegitimateclaimsvisvistheorganization. Stakeholderscanincludethosewhoareinvestedintheorganization(e.g.,employees,shareholders,suppliers)aswellasthose whoareexternaltotheorganization(e.g.,communities). Since the stakeholders for an organization are scattered and there may be variation in there expectation and interest, stakeholder engagement processes can serve as tools for understanding the reasonable expectations and interests of stakeholders.Organizationstypicallyinitiatedifferenttypesofstakeholderengagementaspartoftheirregularactivities,which canprovideusefulinputsfordecisionsonreporting. The GRI guidance requires organization to document the stakeholder engagement processes. This will make the sustainabilityreportassurable. When stakeholder engagement processes are used for reporting purposes, they should be based on systematic or generally accepted approaches, methodologies, or principles. The overall approach should be sufficiently effective to ensure that stakeholdersinformationneedsareproperlyunderstood.Failuretoidentifyandengagewithstakeholdersislikelytoresultin reportsthatarenotsuitable,andthereforenotfullycredible,toallstakeholders. WhatisSustainabilityContext? Definition:Thereportshouldpresenttheorganizationsperformanceinthewidercontextofsustainability. The idea is that sustainability reporting is how an organization contributes, or aims to contribute in the future, to the improvement or deterioration of economic, environmental, and social conditions, developments, and trends at the local, regional,orgloballevel.Thisinvolvesdiscussingtheperformanceoftheorganizationinthecontextofthelimitsanddemands placedonenvironmentalorsocialresourcesatthesectoral,local,regionalorgloballevel. Thisconceptismostarticulateintheenvironmentalarenaintermsofthegloballimitsonresourceuseandpollutionlevels. However,itcanalsoberelevantwithrespecttosocialandeconomicobjectivessuchasnationalorinternationalsocioeconomic andsustainabledevelopmentalgoals.Forexample,anorganizationcouldreportonemployeewagesandsocialbenefitlevelsin relationtonationwideminimumandmediumincomelevelsandthecapacityofsocialsafelynetstoabsorbthoseinpovertyor thoselivingclosetothepovertyline. The organisations own sustainability andbusiness strategypolicies provide the context in which to discuss performance. The relationship between sustainability and organizational strategy should be made clear as also the context within which performanceisreported.

Whatiscompleteness? Definition:CoverageofthematerialtopicsandIndicatorsanddefinitionofthereportboundaryshouldbesufficienttoreflect significant economic, environmental, and social impacts and enable stakeholders to assess the reporting organizations performanceinthereportingperiod. Completenessprimarilyencompassesthedimensionsofscope,boundary,andtime. Scopereferstotherangeofsustainabilitytopicscoveredinareport.ThesumofthetopicsandIndicatorsreportedshouldbe sufficienttoreflectsignificanteconomic,environmental,andsocialimpacts. Boundary refers to the range of entities (e.g., subsidiaries, joint ventures, subcontractors, etc.) whose performance is representedbythereport. Timereferstotheneedfortheselectedinformationtobecompleteforthetimeperiodspecifiedbythereport. 1.2 ReportingPrinciplesforDefiningQuality ThiscontainsPrinciplesthatguidechoicesonensuringthequalityofreportedinformation,includingitsproperpresentation. Balance Definition: The report should reflect positive and negative aspects of the organizations performance to enable a reasoned assessmentofoverallperformance. Theoverallpresentationofthereportscontentshouldprovideanunbiasedpictureofthereportingorganizationsperformance. The report should avoid selections, omissions, orpresentation formats that are reasonably likely to unduly or inappropriately influenceadecisionorjudgmentbythereportreader. Comparability Definition: Issues and information should be selected, compiled, and reported consistently. Reported information should be presented in a manner that enables stakeholders to analyze changes in the organizations performance over time, and could supportanalysisrelativetootherorganizations. Comparability is necessary for evaluating performance. Stakeholders using the report should be able to compare information reportedoneconomic,environmental,andsocialperformanceagainsttheorganizationspastperformance,itsobjectives,and, tothedegreepossible,againsttheperformanceofotherorganizations. Accuracy Definition: The reported information should be sufficiently accurate and detailed for stakeholders to assess the reporting organizationsperformance. Timeliness Definition: Reporting occurs on a regular schedule and information is available in time for stakeholders to make informed decisions. The timing of release refers both to the regularity of reporting as well as its proximity to the actual events described in the report. Clarity Definition:Informationshouldbemadeavailableinamannerthatisunderstandableandaccessibletostakeholdersusingthe report. The report should present information in a way that is understandable, accessible, and usable by the organizations range of stakeholders(whetherinprintformorthroughotherchannels). Reliability Definition:Informationandprocessesusedinthepreparationofareportshouldbegathered,recorded,compiled,analyzed,and disclosedinawaythatcouldbesubjecttoexaminationandthatestablishesthequalityandmaterialityoftheinformation. Stakeholdersshouldhaveconfidencethatareportcouldbecheckedtoestablishtheveracityofitscontentsandtheextentto whichithasappropriatelyappliedReportingPrinciples. 1.3 ReportingBoundary A sustainability report should include in its boundary all entities that generate significant sustainability impacts (actual and potential) and/or all entities over which the reporting organization exercises control or significant influence with regard to financialandoperatingpoliciesandpractices.

Forthepurposeofsettingboundaries,thefollowingdefinitionsshouldapply: Control:thepowertogovernthefinancialandoperatingpoliciesofanenterprisesoastoobtainbenefitsfromitsactivities. Significantinfluence:thepowertoparticipateinthefinancialandoperatingpolicydecisionsoftheentitybutnotthepowerto controlthosepolicies. Part2 StandardDisclosures Therearethreedifferenttypesofdisclosurescontainedinthissection. StrategyandProfile:Disclosuresthatsettheoverallcontextforunderstandingorganizationalperformancesuchasitsstrategy, profile,andgovernance. ManagementApproach:Disclosuresthatcoverhowanorganizationaddressesagivensetoftopicsinordertoprovidecontext forunderstandingperformanceinaspecificarea. Performance Indicators: Indicators that elicit comparable information on the economic, environmental, and social performanceoftheorganization. Whatarethebenefitsofreporting? Forreportingorganizations,theGRIReportingFrameworkprovidestoolsfor:management,increasedcomparabilityandreduced costs of sustainability, brand and reputation enhancement, differentiation in the marketplace, protection from brand erosion resultingfromtheactionsofsuppliersorcompetitors,networkingandcommunications. Forreportusers,theGRIReportingFrameworkareausefulbenchmarkingtool,corporategovernancetoolandanavenuefor longtermdialoguewithreportingorganizations. G3.1Guidelines TheGRISustainabilityReportingFrameworkiscontinuouslybeingimprovedandexpandedupon,asknowledgeofsustainability issuesevolveandtheneedsofreportmakersanduserschange.

Sincetherelease,in2006,ofthethirdgenerationoftheGuidelinestheG3Guidelines,stakeholderfeedbackhassuggestedthat moreguidanceandrefinementisneededforcertainfields.Basedonthisresponse,GRIinitiatedmultistakeholderprojectsin thefieldsofCommunityImpacts,Gender,HumanRightsandContent&Materialityforincrementalupdatesoftheframework, resultinginG3.1.Ithasbeenlaunchedon23March2011.ItincludesexpandedguidanceforreportingonHumanRights,Local CommunityImpacts,andGender. CommunityInterest Oneofthemostimportantstakeholdergroupsforallorganizationsisthelocalcommunity.Allorganizationsinteractwithand haveanimpactonthecommunityinwhichtheyarebased.Theseinteractions,aswellasanorganization'sapproachtodealing withcommunities,areanimportantcomponentofsustainabilityperformance.Butwhataretheseimpacts,andhowarethey reportedandmeasured?AGRIWorkingGroupiscurrentlyreviewinghowtheG3CommunityIndicatorsarebeingusedandhow theycouldbeimproved.

Gender In2009,GRIandIFClaunchedtheresourcedocument:EmbeddingGenderinSustainabilityReportingAPractitionersGuide. The extensive multistakeholder consultation process which supported the development of the Practitioners Guide indicated thatwhilegenderdisaggregateddatainsustainabilityreportsisrarelyreported,thereisademandforthisinformation.Italso indicatedthelimitationsofthecurrentG3Guidelinesinitstreatmentofgenderrelatedissues.AGRIWorkingGroupiscurrently developingrecommendationsforGRIonhowthegenderrelatedissuescouldbecoveredintheG3Guidelines.

HumanRights Theimplementationofhumanrightsconsiderationswithinreportinghasfailedtoreallytakerootoverthecourseofthelastfew years. Feedback suggests that many companies lack the programs, systems and monitoring mechanisms necessary for integrating human rights considerations into routine operations and reporting frameworks. In accordance with this, GRI, in collaborationwiththeUnitedNationsGlobalCompactandRealizingRights:TheEthicalGlobalizationInitiative,hasstartedan internal multistakeholder Working Group to address these issues and to develop recommendations on how to improve the currentstateofhumanrightsdisclosure.

Content&Materiality Choosingthetopicsandindicatorstoreporton,anddeterminingtheboundariesofresponsibilitywithregardstowhotoreport on,arethemostfundamentaldecisionstobemadewhenpreparingareport.Gettingthisrightisarguablythekeytomaking sustainabilityreportingavaluableexerciseforreportpreparersandusers.Ensuringtherightbalancewithregardstotheamount of detail anddepth of content in a report is also of key importance. Reporting Organizations have indicated that they are uncertainofhowtopracticallyimplementtheexistingguidanceofferedbytheGRIG3Guidelinesandtheyarealsouncertainof

howitcanhelpchangetheirreporting.Aneedthereforeexiststoprovidemorepracticalguidanceonhowtodefinematerial issuesandindicators.

Forfurtherinformation: http://www.globalreporting.org/ReportingFramework/ReportingFrameworkDownloads/

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InRe:M/s.VodafoneEssarLimited,M/s.VodafoneEssarMobileServicesLimited,M/s.VodafoneEssar Gujarat Limited, M/s. Vodafone Essar South Limited, M/s. Vodafone Essar Digilink Limited, M/s. VodafoneEssarCellularLimited,M/s.VodafoneEssarInfrastructureLimited[Del]CompanyPetitionNo. 334/2009 SudershanKumarMisra,J.[Decidedon29/03/2011] Companies Act, 1956 Sections 391 to 394 Amalgamation Tax issues safeguarding the revenues interestDelhiHighcourtsanctionsthescheme. Brieffacts: FourcompanieshavingregisteredofficeinDelhihavemovedthisCourtunderSections391 to 394 of the Companies Act, 1956 seeking sanction of the Scheme of Arrangement between M/s. Vodafone Essar Limited (transferor company no. 1); M/s. Vodafone Essar Mobile Services Limited (transferorcompanyno.2);M/s.VodafoneEssarEastLimited(transferorcompanyno.3);M/s.Vodafone EssarGujaratLimited(transferorcompanyno.4);M/s.VodafoneEssarSouthLimited(transferorcompany no. 5); M/s. Vodafone Essar Digilink Limited (transferor company no. 6); M/s. Vodafone Essar Cellular Limited(transferorcompanyno.7)andM/s.VodafoneEssarInfrastructureLimited(transfereecompany). Under that scheme, it is proposed to demerge the passive infrastructure assets of eight transferor companies and transfer them to the transferee company. The transferor companies No. 2 to 7, and the transferee company are the wholly owned subsidiaries of transferor company No.1, i.e. Vodafone Essar MobileServicesLtd.Outofthese,threetransferorcompanies,beingNos.2,5and6,andthetransferee company,liewithinthejurisdictionofthisCourt.Thefourremainingtransferorcompanies,beingNos.1,3, 4 and 7, are within the jurisdiction of the High Courts of Bombay, Calcutta, Gujarat and Madras, respectively,asmentionedabove.TheSchemehasalreadybeensanctionedbytheHighCourtsofBombay, CalcuttaandMadras,andispendingbeforetheHighCourtofGujaratandthisCourt. After the citations were published in the newspapers on 27th August, 2009, counsel for the Income Tax Departmentappearedon18thSeptember,2009andstatedatthebarthatcertainquerieshadbeenraised bytheincometaxauthoritiesinrespectoftheScheme.TheIncomeTaxDepartmentsformalobjectionsto theSchemewerefiledinthisCourton10thNovember,2009. The rationale behind the objections of the income tax authorities is that since the transferor companies propose to transfer only the assets of the transferor companies to the transferee company, without transferringtheliabilitiesinrespectthereofaswell,includinganycontingentliabilities,theliabilitieswould remainwiththetransferorcompaniesafterthedemerger.Consequently,acontinuouschargeofinterest andotherliabilitieswouldremaininthehandsofthetransferorcompaniesinrespectofthetransferred assets,thusreducingthetaxableprofitsintheirhands,whichwouldinturnlowerthetaxburdenonthe transferors, thereby adversely affecting the revenue s interest. It was further pointed out that the proposed Scheme contemplated transfers for nil consideration. It was also claimed that if the proposed SchemewassanctionedbythisCourt,theaccountsofthetransfereecompanywouldreflectanexorbitant and inflated income, but as the transferee company was an infrastructure company, being an InfrastructureProviderCategoryI,itcouldclaimdeductionsunderthevariousprovisionsofChapterVIAof the Income Tax Act, 1961 on its profits, thereby also leading to a loss of revenue for the income tax authorities.TheIncomeTaxDepartmentalsoapprehendedthatoncetheassetsweretransferred,andtheir valueconsequentlyremovedfromtheaccountbooksofthetransferorcompanies,thenetworthofsome ofthetransferorcompaniesmightberenderednegative,andthat,therefore,therewasareallikelihood

thatthosecompanieswouldbeunabletopaytheirexistingandcontingenttaxliabilities,sincetherewas allegedly insufficient material to demonstrate that those companies would be able to generate enough incometomeetthesame.ItwasfurtherclaimedthattheScheme,asitstood,wasagainstpublicinterest forthesereasons.Theseare,broadly,theissuesraisedbytheIncomeTaxDepartment,whichare,inmy view,tobeconsideredkeepingthetaxauthoritiesinterestinmindi.e.thatnothingintheSchemeshould come in the way of applicability of the relevant taxing statutes to the transactions flowing there from. Although it is disputed by the petitioners, the Income Tax Department has claimed an outstanding tax liabilityofapproximatelyRs.19croreagainstthepetitionersbeforethisCourt,fromassessmentyear1999 2000onwards. Decision: Schemesanctioned. Reason: Inthiscontext,twobroadsubmissionsweremadebytheIncometaxDepartment.Thefirst wasthattheexpressionarrangementwithmembersusedinS.391,didnotcontemplateagiftfromone party to the Scheme to the other party for the reason that the aforesaid expression contemplated an arrangementinthenatureofacontractwithaconsiderationinvolved,whichismissinginthiscase.The secondsubmissionwasthattheSchemeisagainstpublicinterest. TheCourthasadiscretioninthematterofgrantingsanction,andthescopeofitsinquiryisnotlimitedby anyrigidprinciples,exceptinsofarthat,inadditiontoexaminingthestatutorycompliances,itmustbeseen whethertheproposedSchemeisreasonable,andcanbeviewedasbeneficialtothoselikelytobeaffected by it. The burden to prove this lies on the petitioner. Arrangements similar to those proposed by the schemearebeingfollowednotonlybythepetitionerscompetitorsinIndia,italsoconformstotheglobal standardsbeingadoptedbyvariouscompaniesoverseas.Itbearsrepetitionthatinaddition,thepolicyof the Government of India has also recommended that sharing of infrastructure be promoted and that incentivesbegivenforthis.Theschemealsohasthisobjectinview.Allthisgoestoshowthattheobjectof theSchemeisnotmerelyaimedatavoidanceoftax.Thehighearningsofthetransfereecompanysassets wouldnaturallybesubjectedtotaxinthehandsofthetransfereecompany,andtheliabilitiesthatremain behind with the transferor companies would not be available to the transferee company for adjustment against profit before tax. However, if the transferee company is further entitled to other benefits or deductionsnotifiedbytheGovernmentinitswisdom,theIncomeTaxauthoritiescannotcomplain. Asregardstheaccountingprinciplesusedandthevalidityoftheiradoptionbythepetitioners,thequestion is left open to the Income Tax Department to inquire into the correctness or otherwise of the same, independentlyofthesanctionoftheScheme. Further,thepetitionershavefairlyadmittedthatanyquestionoftaxliabilityiswithinthepurviewofthe IncomeTaxDepartmentandthatitisfreetopursueeitherthetransferorcompaniesorofthetransferee company,asitmaybeadvised,notwithstandingthesanctionoftheSchemebythisCourt.Neithercounsel seeksafindingbythisCourtwithregardtothetaximplicationsoftheproposedScheme.Itisagreedthat theSchememaybesanctionedwhilstrelegatingthepartiestotheappropriateforatodeterminethetax liability,ifanythatmayarise.Noactionwhichmaybeviolativeofastatuteisbeinglegitimizedbyapproval oftheScheme,andtheincometaxauthoritiesarefreetomoveagainstanyofthepartiesconcerned,in case they are of the belief that there has been any impermissible evasion of payment of tax by the petitioners. Inmyview,iftheCourtisindeedtosanctiontheScheme,thepowersoftheIncomeTaxDepartmentmust remain intact. The authorities relied on by the petitioners also support this proposition, with the only exceptionbeingasituationwheretheSchemeitselfhasonlyonepurpose,whichistocreateavehicleto evadethepaymentoftax,ratherthanmereavoidanceoftax.Itisalsotruethatthescopeofobjectionthat may be raised by the Central Government and the Regional Director is larger, and that of the tax authoritiesisconfinedtothequestionofrevenue.ItisnotopentothisCourt,intheexerciseofcompany jurisdiction,tositovertheviewsoftheshareholdersandBoardofDirectorsofthepetitionercompanies, unlesstheirviewswereagainsttheframeworkoflawandpublicpolicy,which,asdiscussedabove,isnot theconclusionreachedhere.Itispurelyabusinessdecisionbasedoncommercialconsiderations. In view of the approval accorded by the equity shareholders, secured and unsecured creditors of the petitioner companies, and the Regional Director, Northern Region, to the proposed Scheme of Arrangement, as well as the submissions of the Income Tax Department, there appear to be no further

impediments to the grant of sanction to the Scheme of Arrangement. Consequently, sanction is hereby granted to the Scheme of Arrangement under Sections 391 and 394 of the Companies Act, 1956 on the aforesaid terms while reserving the right of the Income Tax Authorities to the extent stated above. The petitionercompanieswillcomplywiththestatutoryrequirementsinaccordancewithlaw.Certifiedcopyof thisorderbefiledwiththeRegistrarofcompanieswithinfiveweeks.Itisalsoclarifiedthatthisorderwill notbeconstruedasanordergrantingexemptionfrompaymentofstampdutyaspayableinaccordance withlaw.UponthesanctionbecomingeffectivefromtheappointeddateofArrangement,thatisIstApril, 2009,thepassiveinfrastructureassetsofthetransferorcompaniesNo.2,5and6shallstandmergedinthe transfereecompany. SOUTHASIANPETROCHEMLIMITED&ORSv.THEREGISTRAROFCOMPANIES[Cal] C.A.387of2009andC.P.229of2009 I.P.Mukerji,J.[Decidedon05/04/2011] Companies Act, 1956 Sections 209(A), 211(1) (2), 217(1)(a), and 633(2)inspection of accounts of the company Eight show cause notices initiating criminal proceedings Company and directors/officers soughtrelieffromtheHighcourtWhetherreliefcouldbegrantedHeld,yes. Brieffacts: An inspection under Section 209(A) of the Companies Act, 1956 of the books of accounts and other records of the company was commenced on 29th December, 2008 and was completed in February,2009. On23rdFebruary,2009therespondentissuedanoticeunderSection209(A),allegingthatthecompany hadviolatedseveralprovisionsofthesaidActalongwithCompanies(Disclosureofparticularsinthereport ofBoardofDirectors)Rules,1988andaccountingstandards.Theauditorofthecompanywasalsorequired tofileareplytothesaidnotice.Boththecompany,anditscharteredaccountantrepliedtosuchnoticeof theCentralGovernment.Thecompanyrepliedon6thMarch,2009,theauditoron9thMarch,2009.Eight showcausenoticeswereissuedon28thApril,2009againstthecompanyanditissaiddirectors/officers whowerethepetitionersbeforetheCourt. Decision: Petitionallowed. Reason: I have scrutinized all the showcause notices. I have also scrutinized the reply dated 6th March, 2009 of the company. There is sufficient explanation to the first, second, third, fourth and fifth showcausenotices.Thenoticesallegedfailuretodisclosefactsorinformation.Accordingtothecompany suchdisclosurewasproperlymade.Whentheingredientofanoffencelikeanactoromissionofanactis controvertedbyanotherfactwhichtendstoshowthattheactoromissionmaynothavebeencommitted, thenthebasicingredientoftheoffenceisabsent.Moreover,inthisparticularcasewhentheaboveactor omission alleged is based on opinion about the type of and extent to which disclosure is required, a criminalprosecutioncannotbemaintained,becausethereisadifferenceofopinion,andbothopinionsare tenable.Suchisthecasehere. Similarly, the sixth, seventh and eighth showcause notices deal with accounts. Here, also if there is a bonafide dispute between the parties as to the accounting standards to be applied and accounting standardsactuallyappliedandtheaccusedisabletoadvanceareasonablejustificationfortheaccounting, inmyopinion,therecannotbeanycaseforcriminalprosecution,asthefactualingredientismissing.Here, byitsreplyandtheletterofitsauditor,whoisaprofessional,speciallyskilledinpreparationofaccounts and balancesheets, the company has been able to show that it adopted and applied an accounting standardwhichwasthoughtbyaprofessionallyqualifiedauditortobeproper.Insuchacasetherecannot beanycriminalprosecution.AsIhavesaidtherecannotbeanycriminalprosecutionifthereisadifference of opinion between two professionals regarding the method to be applied for preparation of accounts, balancesheet, director's report etc., provided both the views are reasonable by ordinary professional standards. When such is the factual position it cannot be said that the directors and other officers of the company whoarepetitionersbeforemehave"failedtotakereasonablesteps".Moreover,thementalelementlike intentionornegligenceorrecklessnessisalsomissing.

Inmyview,theapproachtakenbythecompanyisquitereasonable.Fortheabovereasons,includingthe ground of limitation, the petitioners have to be discharged. Therefore, this application is allowed by passingordersdischargingthepetitionersfromtheoffencesallegedintheshowcausenoticesmentioned inthesummonsfordirection.

GENERALLAWS
M/s.BADEMIYA,MUMBAI&ORSv.MUBINAHMEDZAHURISLAM[Bom] NoticeofMotionNo.386of2011inSuitNo.292of2011 SJKathawalla,J.[Decidedon25/03/2011] Trade Marks Act, 1999 read with Section 69(2) of Partnership Act, 1932 Suit for injunction against infringement of trademarkunregistered firm whether the suit is barred for want of registrationHeld, No. Brieffacts: In the present Notice of Motion the plaintiffs have prayed for an order and injunction restraining the defendant from in any manner using in relation to any business of manufacturing and sellingordealingineatablesthetradingname"BADEMIYAN"oranyothertradingnameconsistingofthe word "BADEMIYA" written in any script or the impugned trademark and the impugned logo mark as appearinginthephotographExhibitHtotheplaint,oranyotherdeceptivelysimilarmarksoastoinfringe the plaintiffs registered trademark bearing number 641759 in Class29 and the plaintiffs' registered trademarkbearingnumber1738175inClass42andtofurtherrestrainthedefendantfrompassingofftheir goodsand/orservicesasthoseoftheplaintiffs.ByconsentofthepartiestheNoticeofMotionisatthead interimstagetakenupforfinalhearing. Thedefendantcontendedthat(a)thattheplaintiffs'partnershipfirmisunregisteredandhencethesuitis not maintainable;(b) that the plaintiffs' trademark is registered under Class29 for goods and not under Class42forrenderingservicesandasthedefendantisrenderingtheservicesbyprovidingfooditems,the plaintiffs'trademarkisnotinfringedbyusingtheimpugnedtrademark;(c)thattheplaintiffsarecarryingon an illegal business without any licenses; and (d) that the defendant's impugned mark is distinct and differentfromtheplaintiffs'trademark. Decision: Injunctiongranted. Reason: ThequestionwhetherSection69(2)isabartoasuitfiledbyanunregisteredfirmevenifa statutoryrightisbeingenforcedorevenifonlyaCommonLawrightisbeingenforcecameupdirectlyfor considerationinthisCourtinM/s.RaptokasBrettCo.Ltd.v.GaneshProperty,[1998]SCC184.Inthatcase, theBenchclearlyexpressedtheviewthatSection69(2)cannotbartheenforcementbywayofsuitbyan unregisteredfirminrespectofastatutoryrightoracommonlawright.Onthefactsofthatcase,itwas heldthattherighttoevictatenantuponexpiryoftheleasewasnotaright'arisingfromacontract'but wasacommonlawrightorastatutoryrightundertheTransferofPropertyAct.Thefactthattheplaintin thatcasereferredtoaleaseandtoitsexpiry,madenodifference.Hence,thesaidsuitwasheldnotbarred. It appears to us that in that case the reference to the lease in the plaint was obviously treated as a historicalfact.Thatcaseisthereforedirectlyinpoint.Followingthesaidjudgment,itmustbeheldinthe presentcasetoothatasuitisnotbarredbySection69(2)ifastatutoryrightoracommonlawrightisbeing enforced. Thenextquestionisastothenatureoftherightthatisbeingenforcedinthissuit.Itiswellsettledthata passing off action is a common law action based on tort (vide) Bengal Waterproof Ltd. v. Bombay Waterproof Manufacturing Company and Anr., [1997] 1 SCC99. Therefore, in our opinion, a suit for perpetualinjunctiontorestrainthedefendantnottopassoffthedefendant'sgoodsasthoseofplaintiffs byusingtheplaintiffs'trademarkandfordamagesisanactionatcommonlawandisnotbarredbySection 69(2).11.Likewise,ifthereliefsofpermanentinjunctionordamagesarebeingclaimedonthebasisofa registeredtrademarkanditsinfringement,thesuitistobetreatedasonebasedonastatutoryrightunder theTradeMarksActandis,inourview,notbarredbySection69(2). As regards the contention of the defendant that the plaintiffs do not possess any licences or the permissions to carry on the business at the food stall situate at Colaba, Mumbai, the plaintiffs have

tenderedacompilationoflicensessetoutinparagraph13above.Thesaidlicencesshowthattheplaintiffs are not carrying on the business unlawfully or illegally. An attempt has been made on behalf of the defendanttocontendthattheplaintiffsarenotoperatingwithinthescopeofthesaidlicences.However, the said issues cannot be decided in this suit and it would be open to the defendant to raise the same beforetheappropriateauthorities/forums. AsregardsthecontentionofthedefendantthatClass42isamended,itistruethatpursuanttothesaid Notification,thedescription"servicesforprovidingfoodanddrink..."isshiftedfromClass42toClass43. However,primafacieIamoftheviewthatuntiltheplaintiffsapplyforthepurposeofreclassificationof the plaintiffs existing registration in Class42 and the same is considered and dealt with, the plaintiffs cannotbedeprivedofanybenefitinrespectoftheexistingregistration. Theimpugnedtrademarkofthedefendantisthusvisuallyandphoneticallyidenticalordeceptivelysimilar to the plaintiffs registered trademarks. The defendant is, therefore, guilty of infringing the plaintiffs' trademarksregisteredunderClauses29and42oftheTrademarksAct,1999. BHILWARASPINNERSLTDv.UNIONOFINDIA&ORS[Bom] WritPetitionNo.9259of2010 J.P.Devadhar&R.S,Dalvi,JJ.[Decidedon16/03/2011] ForeignTrade(Regulation)Rules,1993Rule8EPCGlicenceConversionoflicenceImportcouldnotbe madetothevalueofRs.20croreAuthoritiesinitiatedadjudicationToavoidpenaltyanddutylicence convertedaftertheexpiryperiodandinitiationofadjudicationwhetherlicencecanbeconvertedwith retrospectiveeffectHeld,Yes.WhetherimpositionofdutyandpenaltysustqainableHeld,No. Brieffacts: The petitioner is engaged in the business of manufacture and sale of yarn. The petitioner hadappliedforandobtainedEPCGlicencedated14/1/1998,withobligationtoexportgoods6timesthe CIF value of the capital goods imported. At the relevant time, there were two types of EPCG licences namely10%basicdutyEPCGlicence(10%Basicduty+NilCVD)andzerodutyEPCGlicence('Nil'Basicduty +10%CVD).ThepetitioneroptedforzerodutyEPCGlicence.Para6.3oftheForeignTradePolicyaswellas conditionNo.5ofNotificationNo.29/97governingzerodutyEPCGlicenceprovidedthattheminimumCIF valueofcapitalgoodstobeimportedunderzerodutyEPCGlicenceshouldbeRs.20croresandifthesame isnotcomplied,theimportershallbeliabletopayfulldutywithinterest. ThepetitionerwhohadobtainedzerodutyEPCGlicencecouldnotimportthecapitalgoodsofthevalueof Rs.20croresandthereforeappliedandrevalidatedthelicenceandyetevenwithintheextendedperiod, capitalgoodsworthRs.20crorescouldnotbeimported. In these circumstances, the customs authorities issued various show cause notices calling upon the petitionertoshowcauseastowhythecapitalgoodsimportedbythepetitionershouldnotbeconfiscated forviolatingconditionNo.5ofNotificationNo.29/97andwhydutywithinterestandpenaltyshouldnotbe recoveredfromthepetitioner. The petitioner thereupon applied for conversion of licence from zero duty EPCG licence' into '10% duty EPCG licence' so that there is no requirement of importing capital goods worth Rs.20 crores and consequentlythereisnoviolationoftheconditionNo.5inNotificationNo.29/97andtheconversionwas grantedbytheEPCGCommitteeconsistingofboththelicensingauthoritiesandthecustomsauthorities. Inthemeantimeoneoftheshowcausenoticewasadjudicatedanditwasheldthatthefailuretoimport capital goods worth Rs.20 crores under zero duty EPCG licence was in violation of condition No.5 in NotificationNo.29/97and,therefore,thepetitionerwasliabletoduty,interestandpenalty. ThepetitionerchallengedtheabovedemandbyfilinganappealbeforetheCESTAT.Duringthependencyof appeal, since the zero duty EPCG licence was converted into 10% duty EPCG licence by order dated 8/9/2003, the question arose as to whether the conversion of licence would apply retrospectively. The DivisionBenchofCESTATreferredthemattertothelargerbenchwhichheldthatthelicensingauthorities donothavethepowertoamendthelicenceretrospectively,thepetitionercannotescapedutyliabilityon accountoftheconversionoflicence.TheappellantchallengedthisbeforetheHighcourtunderwrit. Decision: Petitionallowed.

Reason: In the present case, the application for conversion of licence was made by the petitioner aftertheexpiryofthelicenceperiodandafterthecustomsauthoritieshadadjudicatedthatthepetitioner hadviolatedconditionNo.5ofNotificationNo.29/97andaccordinglyconfirmedthedutywithinterestand imposedpenalty.Theobjectofmakinganapplicationforconversionofthelicenceaftertheexpiryofthe licence period was obviously with a view to overcome the difficulty in complying with condition No.5 in NotificationNo.29/97. The fact that the licensing authorities as also the EPCG Committee which consists of both the licensing authoritiesaswellasthecustomsauthoritieshavepermittedconversionoflicenceevenafterthelicence hadexpiredlongback,clearlyshowsthatthesaidconversionwasallowedobviouslywithaviewtoenable thepetitionertoovercometheconditionNo.5ofNotificationNo.29/97. OncetheEPCGCommitteeafterconsideringthecaseofthepetitioner,decidetoconvertzerodutyEPCG licence into 10% duty EPCG licence, it is obvious that the imports made under zero duty EPCG licence would have to be treated as imports made under 10% EPCG licenceand consequentlycondition No.5 of NotificationNo.29/97wouldnotbeapplicableandthe10%CVDpaidunderzerodutyEPCGlicencewould havetobetreatedas10%basiccustomsdutypaidunderthe10%dutyEPCGlicence.Thus,onconversion oflicencetherewasnoobligationtoimportcapitalgoodsworthRs.20croresandconsequentlytherewas noobligationtocomplywithconditionNo.5ofNotificationNo.29/97. SincethepolicyempowerstheDGFTtoexemptanypersonfromanyprovisionofForeignTradePolicyor any procedure, in the facts of the present case, bonafide decision was taken by the EPCG committee / licensingauthoritytoconvertthelicencesoastorelievethepetitionerfromcomplyingwithconditionNo.5 oftheNotificationNo.29/97.Therefore,thelargerBenchoftheCESTATwasnotjustifiedinholdingthat thelicensingauthoritiesdonothavethepowertoamendthelicenceretrospectivelyespeciallywhenthe ForeignTradePolicyandtheRulesframedthereunderempowertheDGFTtodotheneedfulindeserving cases.

TAXLAWS
GUFFICCHEMP.LTD.v.C.I.T.,BELGAUM&ANR[SC] CivilAppealNo.2522of2011(arisingoutofS.L.P.(C)No.6081of2010) S.H.Kapadia,K.S.PanickerRadhakrishnan,&SwatanterKumar,JJ. [Decidedon16/03/2011] IncomeTaxActReceiptofnoncompetefeeaseessmentyear199798WhethercapitalreceiptHeld, Yes. Brieffacts: During the assessment year 199798 the assessee received Rs. 50,00,000/ (Rupees Fifty Lakhs only) from Ranbaxy as noncompetition fee. The said amount was paid by Ranbaxy under an agreementdated31.3.1997.AssesseeisapartofGuficGroup.Assesseeagreedtotransferitstrademarks to Ranbaxy and in consideration of such transfer assessee agreed that it shall not carry on directly or indirectlythebusinesshithertocarriedonbyitonthetermsandconditionsappearingintheagreement. Assessee was carrying on business of manufacturing, selling and distribution of pharmaceutical and medicinal preparations including products mentioned in the list in ScheduleA to the agreement. The agreementdefinedtheperiod,i.e.,aperiodof20yearscommencingfromthedateoftheagreement.The agreement defined the territory as territory of India and rest of the world. In short, the agreement containedprohibitive/restrictivecovenantinconsiderationofwhichanoncompetitionfeeofRs.50lakhs wasreceivedbytheassesseefromRanbaxy.Theagreementfurthershowedthatthepaymentmadetothe assesseewasinconsiderationoftherestrictivecovenantundertakenbytheassesseeforalossofsourceof income. TheassessingofficerconsideredthisasrevenuereceiptwhileCommissioner(Appeals)consideredthisas capital receipt not taxable under the Act. This decision was affirmedby the Tribunal. However, the High CourtreversedthedecisionoftheTribunalbyplacingrelianceonthejudgmentoftheSupremeCourtin thecaseofGillandersArbuthnotandCo.Ltd.v.CIT,Calcutta53ITR283.Againstthesaiddecisionofthe HighCourtassesseehascometothisCourtbywayofpetitionforspecialleavetoappeal,hencethiscivil appeal.

Decision: Appealallowed Reason: The position in law is clear and well settled. There is a dichotomy between receipt of compensation by an assessee for the loss of agency and receipt of compensation attributable to the negative/restrictive covenant. The compensation received for the loss of agency is a revenue receipt whereasthecompensationattributabletoanegative/restrictivecovenantisacapitalreceipt. The above dichotomy is clearly spelt out in the judgment of this Court in Gillanders' case (supra). In the presentcase,theDepartmenthasnotimpugnedthegenuinenessofthetransaction.Inthepresentcase, weareoftheviewthattheHighCourthaserredininterferingwiththeconcurrentfindingsoffactrecorded bytheCIT(A)andtheTribunal. One more aspect needs to be highlighted. Payment received as noncompetition fee under a negative covenantwasalwaystreatedasacapitalreceipttilltheassessmentyear200304.ItisonlyvideFinance Act,2002witheffectfrom1.4.2003thatthesaidcapitalreceiptisnowmadetaxable[See:Section28(va)]. TheFinanceAct,2002itselfindicatesthatduringtherelevantassessmentyearcompensationreceivedby theassesseeundernoncompetitionagreementwasacapitalreceipt,nottaxableunderthe1961Act.It became taxable only with effect from 1.4.2003. It is well settled that a liability cannot be created retrospectively. In the present case, compensation received under NonCompetition Agreement became taxableasacapitalreceiptandnotasarevenuereceiptbyspecificlegislativemandatevideSection28(va) andthattoowitheffectfrom1.4.2003.Hence,thesaidSection28(va)isamendatoryandnotclarificatory. In the present case, both CIT (A) as well as the Tribunal, came to the conclusion that the agreement entered into by the assessee withRanbaxy led to loss of source of business; that payment was received underthenegativecovenantandthereforethereceiptof`50lakhsbytheassesseefromRanbaxywasin the nature of capital receipt. In fact, in order to put an end to the litigation, Parliament stepped in to specificallytaxsuchreceiptsundernoncompetitionagreementwitheffectfrom1.4.2003. Fortheabovereasons,wesetasidetheimpugnedjudgmentoftheKarnatakaHighCourtdated29.10.2009 andrestoretheorderoftheTribunal.Consequently,thecivilappealfiledbytheassesseeisallowedwith noorderastothecosts.

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RAYMONDLTD&ANRv.TUKARAMTANAJIMANDHARE&ANR[SC] CivilAppealNo.5077Of2006 MarkandeyKatju&GyanSudhaMisra,JJ.[Decidedon09/03/2011] MaharashtraRecognitionofTradeUnionsandPreventionofUnfairLabourPracticesAct,l97lSections 3(5),28;BombayIndustrialRelationsAct,l946Sections3(l3)and3(l4)Statusofemployeesemployed throughcontractorSupremeCourtreferstheissuetoalargerbench. Brief facts: The petitioners filed complaints before the Industrial Court/Labour Court for certain reliefs claimingthattheyareemployeesoftherespondentcompany.Therespondentcompanyinallthesewrit petitionshasdisputedthestatusoftheemployeesandhascontendedinitswrittenstatementthatthereis norelationshipofemployeremployeewithanyofthepetitioners.Thecompanyhascontendedthatthe complainantswereemployedthroughthecontractorsandthattheissueregardingmaintainabilityofthe complaints would have to be decided by the court. During the pendency of these complaints, the judgmentsinthecaseofVividhKamgarSabhavs.KalyaniSteelLtd,(200l)2SCC38landinthecaseofCipla Ltd.vs.MaharashtraGeneralKamgarUnion,(200l)3SCCl0lwerepronouncedbythethisCourt,andrelying upon these decisions, an application was made by the respondent company before the court that the complaintswereliabletobedismissedastherewasnoemployeremployeerelationshipbetweenitandthe complainants. The Industrial Court/Labour Court upheld the preliminary objection raised by the respondent company by holding that the judgments in Kalyani Steel Ltd and Cipla Ltd (supra) were

applicabletothefactsinvolvedinthecomplaintsand,therefore,thecomplaintsdeservetobedismissed. Thecomplaintswereaccordinglydismissed. Thereafterthepetitionersfiledthepresentwritpetitionschallengingthedismissalofthecomplaints.Inthe meantimebyitsjudgmentinSarvaShramikSanghvs.IndianSmeltingandRefiningCoLtd,(2003)l0SCC 455thisCourthasreiteratedtheviewtakeninKalyaniSteelLtd.(supra)andCiplaLtd.(supra). The learned single Judge before whom the writ petitions came up forhearing noted that all these cases decided by the this Court were in respect of industries governed by the Industrial Disputes Act, l947, whereas the present petition relates to an industry covered by the provisions of the Bombay Industrial RelationsAct,l946(hereinafterreferredtoastheBIRAct).ThelearnedsingleJudgenotedthatinthecase ofDattatrayaKashinathandothersvs.ChhatrapatiSahakariSakharKarkhanaLtdandothers,l996IILLJl69 andinSakharKamgarUnionvs.ShriChhatrapatiRajaramSahakariSakharKarkhanaLtdandothers,l996II CLR67SrikrishnaJ.,ashethenwas,hadheldthataconjointreadingofsection3(5)oftheMRTUandPULP Act and sections 3(l3) and 3 (l4) of the BIR Act would indicate that even a person employed through a contractorinanindustrygovernedbytheBIRActisregardedasanemployeeundertheMRTUandPULP Act and the complaint filed by such an employee is maintainable under the MRTU and PULP Act. The learned single Judge however, felt that another learned single Judge of this Court (Khandeparkar J.) in NagrajGowdaandothersvs.TataHydroElectricPowerSupplyCoLtd,Bombayandothers,2003IIICLR358 hadexpressedacontraryviewconsideringthejudgmentsofthethisCourtinKalyaniSteelLtd,CiplaLtd (supra) and Sarva Shramik Sangh (supra) as also the judgment of the Division Bench of this Court in the case of Hindustan Coca Cola Bottling Pvt Ltd. vs. Bharatiya Kamgar Sena, 200l III CLR l025. The learned singleJudgethereforedecidedtomakeareferencetoalargerBenchinviewoftheconflictingdecisionsof thelearnedsingleJudgesoftheHighCourt. Thequestions,whichwerereferredtotheFullBenchoftheHighCourtwere: l)Whetherapersonwhoisemployedbyacontractorwhoundertakescontractsfortheexecution ofanyofthewholeoftheworkoranypartoftheworkwhichisordinarilyworkoftheundertaking isanemployeewithinthemeaningofsection3(5)oftheMRTUandPULPAct? 2) Whether a complaint filed under the MRTU and PULP Act by an employee as defined under section3(l3)oftheBombayIndustrialRelationsAct,ismaintainablealthoughnodirectrelationship ofemployeremployeeexistsbetweenhimandtheprincipalemployer? 3)WhetheracomplaintfiledundertheMRTUandPULPActbyemployeesundersection3(l3)ofthe BIR Act can be dismissed if the employer claims that they are not his direct employees but are employed through a contractor, in view of the judgments of the Supreme Court in Cipla (supra), KalyaniSteelsLtd(supra)andSarvaShramikSanghv.IndianSmeltingandRefiningCoLtd(supra)? The Full Bench of the Bombay High Court answered the question numbers 1 and 2 referred to it in the affirmative,andquestionnumber3inthenegativeprovidedthecontractorsworkmenwereemployedto dotheworkofthewholeorpartoftheundertaking. ItisthisdecisionwhichhasbeenchallengedbeforetheSupremeCourtofIndia. Decision: Referredtoalargerbench Reason: A large numbers of decisions have been cited before us. In our opinion, in view of the difference of opinion in some of these decisions and the importanceof the controversy involved and its applicationparticularlyintheStateofMaharashtra,anauthoritativedecisionisrequiredbyalargerbench ontheissuesinvolved.

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RUBI(CHANDRA)DUTTAv.UNITEDINDIAINSURANCECO.LTD.[SC] CivilAppealNo.2588of2011 DalveerBhandari&DeepakVerma,JJ.[Decidedon18/03/2011] ConsumerProtectionAct,1986damagestoinsuredbusclaimrejectedonthegroundthatdriverwas not having valid licence District Forum found that he was having duplicate licence compensation allowed with interest State Commission reduced the quantum but agreed with the finding National commissionsetasidetheordersWhetherCorrectHeld,No.WhetherinterestcanbeallowedHeld, Yes. Brief Facts: Appellant is the owner of bus and had taken an Insurance Policy Cover from Respondent InsuranceCompanywithrespecttothebus,fortheperiodbetween13.1.2003to12.1.2004andhadpaid theinsurancepremiumforthesame,acknowledgingwhich,theRespondenthadissuedthereceiptinher favour. On the intervening night of 4/5.07.2003 on National Highway No. 34 the said Bus met with an accident in which not only the body of bus but its internal systems also suffered extensive damage. The passengerstravellingthereinwerealsoinjured. TheAppellanthadpromptlyinformedtheRespondentInsuranceCompanyaboutthesaidaccidentandthe consequentdamagecausedtothebus.Accordingly,shethenrequestedforassessmentoflosssustained includingcostofrepairs.TheRespondentassessedthelossatRs.2,72,517.90/.However,accordingtothe AppellantthelosswasRs.5,33,782/buttheRespondentfailedtopaythesaidamountdespiterepeated demands.Respondent,infact,repudiatedtheAppellant'sClaim. Thus,theAppellantwasconstrainedtofileacomplaintbeforetheDistrictForum.Theboneofcontention beforetheDistrictForumwaswhetherattherelevantpointoftime,SirajulHaque,driverofthebuswas holdingavaliddrivinglicenceornot.Respondentplacedrelianceonthedepositionmadebyanemployee ofR.T.A.,MurshidabadbeforetheClaimsTribunalinCaseNo.115/2004thatthedriverofthesaidbuswas not holding a licence and no driving licence OD 676/96 was issued in his favour. To controvert the said averment, Appellant had filed Xerox copy of the original license issued in favour of Sirajul Haque before thatTribunal. Considering the matter from all angles the District Forum was pleased to allow the complaint of the AppellantanddirectedtheRespondenttopaytotheAppellantatotalsumofRs.4,00,000/togetherwith aninterestattherateof9%,ifthepaymentwasnotmadewithintwomonthsfromthedateofthesaid order.ThisorderwaschallengedbeforetheStateConsumerDisputesRedressalCommission,whichagreed withthefindingsthatattherelevantpointoftimebuswasbeingdrivenbyapersonholdingavaliddriving licence. However, it came to the conclusion that Appellant would be entitled to a sum of Rs. 2,72,517/ only,whichwasassessedasdamagesbytheSurveyor.Theamountwasorderedtobepaidwithinsixweeks failingwhichitwillcarryinterestattherateof9%perannumtilltheamountispaidinfull. Against the aforesaid orders of District Forum and State Commission, Respondent preferred a Revision Petition before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission which set aside and quashed the orderspassedbyDistrictForumandStateCommission.HencethisAppeal. Decision: Appealallowed.

Reason: Intheappealthesolegroundtobeexaminedbyusiswhetherattherelevantpointoftime Sirajul Haque was having a valid driving licence or not. We have once again critically gone through the evidenceproducedbytheparties,andthestatementsmadebytheauthorizedofficeroftheRTOandother material documents filed by the parties. In the light of the admission of the witness, who had appeared with the relevant records from the office of RTO, we have absolutely no doubt in our mind that at the relevantpointoftimeSirajulHaquewashavingavaliddrivinglicence. No doubt, it is true that the original application of Sirajul Haque bearing No. 676/96 was missing in the RegisterofDrivingLicencesbutonthestrengthofotheravailabledocuments,hewasissuedaduplicate licencebythesameRTO,afactadmittedbytheCourtwitness.Afterhavinggonethroughthecopyofthe duplicatelicencewearefurtherreassuredthatthesamewasdulyissuedfollowingnormalprocedureby theLicensingAuthority. Also,itistobenotedthattherevisionalpowersoftheNationalCommissionarederivedfromSection21(b) of the Act, under which the said power can be exercised only if there is some prima facie jurisdictional error appearing in the impugned order, and only then, may the same be set aside. In our considered opiniontherewasnojurisdictionalerrorormiscarriageofjustice,whichcouldhavewarrantedtheNational CommissiontohavetakenadifferentviewthanwhatwastakenbythetwoForums.Thedecisionofthe NationalCommissionrestsnotonthebasisofsomelegalprinciplethatwasignoredbytheCourtsbelow, butonadifferent(andinouropinion,anerroneous)interpretationofthesamesetoffacts.Thisisnotthe mannerinwhichrevisionalpowersshouldbeinvoked.Inthisviewofthematter,weareoftheconsidered opinionthatthejurisdictionconferredontheNationalCommissionunderSection21(b)oftheActhasbeen transgressed. Obviously,itgoeswithoutsayingthatatthetimeofgivingemploymenttoSirajulHaque,theownerofthe busmusthaveexaminedthelicenceissuedtohimandaftersatisfactionthereof,hemusthavebeengiven employment. Nothing more was required to have been done by the Appellant. After all, at the time of giving employment to a driver, owner is required to be satisfied with regard to correctness and genuinenessofthelicencehewasholding.Aftertakingthetest,iftheownerissatisfiedwiththedriving skillsofthedriverthen,obviously,hemaybegivenanappointment.Inthelightoftheaforesaiddiscussion, we are of the considered opinion that the impugned order passed by National Commission cannot be sustainedinlaw. ItiscorrectthattheActdoesnotcontainanyprovisionforgrantofinterest,butonaccountofcatenaof cases of this Court that interest can still be awarded, taking recourse to Section 34 of the Code of Civil Procedure,todocompletejusticebetweentheparties.Weaccordinglydoso.Thisprincipleisbasedupon justice,equity and good conscience, which would certainlyauthorize us to grant interest, otherwise, the verypurposeofawardingcompensationtotheAppellantwouldbedefeated.Weaccordinglydeemitfitto awardinterestattherateof9%perannumontheaforesaidamountfromthedateoffilingthecomplaint tillitisactuallypaid. ATTENTIONSTUDENTS! Applicability of the latest Finance Act and other changes for Company Secretaries June, 2011 Examination. DIRECTTAXES AllstudentsmaynotethatfortheJune2011ExaminationSessioninrespectofDirectTaxestheapplicable AssessmentYearshallbe201112(PreviousYear201011).Thus,theywillhavetostudyFinanceAct,2010 for June 2011 Examination. Further as per the Syllabus, (of Executive Programme and Professional Programme) students are required to update themselves about all the Circulars, Clarifications, Notifications, etc., issued by the CBDT & Central Government, which come into effect on or before six monthspriortothedateoftherespectiveexaminations.

GiftTaxActhasbeenexcludedfromthescopeoftheexaminationfromJune1999sessiononwardsunless otherwiseinformed. INDIRECTTAXES StudentsappearingintheTaxLaws(IndirectTaxPortiontotheextentoftopicscoveredinthesyllabus,of ExecutiveProgramme)andAdvancedTaxLawsandPractice(ProfessionalProgramme)respectivelymay takenoteofthefollowingchangesapplicableforJune2011Examination. 1.AllchangesmadebytheFinanceAct,2010. 2.AllCirculars,Clarifications/NotificationsissuedbyCBEC/CentralGovernmentwhichbecameeffectivesix monthspriortothedateofexamination.

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INSTITUTENEWS BrandBuildingTelecast/BroadcastofTV/RadioSpotsonCS With a view to creating Media Visibility for the CS Course & Profession, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) telecast/broadcastSpotsonCompanySecretariesCourseonDDNational/DDNews/DDBharti/RadioMirchi98.3FM/All IndiaRadio(AIR)NationalChannelforbrandbuilding. DD National is the Number one Channel in terms of absolute viewership. It covers 92% of the population reaching out to interiors/rural/semiurban/metros. DDNewsisthefirst&theonlyterrestrialnewsChannel. Beginningfrom12thMarchandcontinuingtilllastweekofMarch2011,theCSSpotswereairedforanactivityperiodof1520 days.TheSpotswerealsohostedontheHomepageofICSIwebsite. (TV Spot) Links for TV/Radio Spots:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbLOfcoMCM0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOa7R8a8qs(RadioSpot) EASTERNINDIAREGIONALCOUNCIL NORTHEASTERNCHAPTER 2ndStudentInductionProgramme From6.1.2011theNorthEasternChapterofEIRCofTheICSIorganizedthe7daysStudentInductionProgramme(SIP)forthe second time in Guwahati for Executive Programme students. The Programme was held at Dighalipukhuri East, Guwahati. Altogether 242 (Two Hundred & Fourty Two) students participated in the programme. On 6.1.2011 the programme was inaugurated in the presence of the then Chairman of NE Chapter of EIRC of the ICSI Ashok Kumar Agarwala and the then ManagingCommitteeMembersofNEChapterofEIRCofICSIandFacultiesforSIP.TheProgrammeschedulewhichwasprepared coveringallthetopicsasperguidelines&consultationwiththefacultieswereannouncedintheinauguralsessionandcopiesof theProgrammeweredistributedamongthestudents.TheManagingCommitteeMembersexpressedhopethatthestudentswill be benefited from the programme. The Programme continued for seven days in a smooth & satisfactory manner and as per schedule&topicsprescribedbytheInstitute.Thedeliberationsonthesubjectsweremadewithpowerpointpresentationinall thesessions.Asfaraspossible,emphasiswasgiventopracticalapproachbasedonthesubjectsandguidelines.Attendanceof thestudents&sessionwisefeedbackfromthestudentsweretakenattheendofeverysession.CandidatesfilleduptheFinal Reaction Sheet at the end of the Programme. The participants were encouraged to put forth their queries, views and suggestions.Thesessionsweremarkedwithlivelyinteractions. StudyCircleMeetingonCriticalAnalysisonMeetings On24.2.2011theNorthEasternChapter(Guwahati)ofEIRCoftheICSIorganisedaStudyCircleMeetingonCriticalAnalysison Meetings. Avinash Goyal, Professional Programme student with Power Point presentation deealt with the subject Critical Analysis on Meetings.Heexplainedindetailvarioustypesofmeetings,varioustermslikequorum,proxy,resolutionandsoonforthebetter understanding of the subject. He elaborated what a Board meeting is and how a resolution is passed in a boardmeeting. He further statedin detailthe GeneralMeeting and its varioustypes. Henarrated aboutstatutory meeting, statutory reportand consequencesonfailingtocommenceaStatutoryMeeting.HeexplainedindetailtheAnnualGeneralMeetingandworkingsof Annual General Meeting as well as the ExtraOrdinary General Meeting. He explained the requirements for a valid General

MeetingandquorumforconductingaGeneralMeeting.Furtherheproceededtoexplainthetypesofresolutionspassedina GeneralMeeting. During QuestionAnswer session that followed several students raised various important queries which were satisfactorily repliedbythespeakerandtheCSMemberspresent.Theinteractionsweremarkedwithoverwhelmingresponse. FiveDaysTrainingOrientationProgramme(TOP) From 20.01.2011 to 25.01.2011 the Chapter conducted the five days Training Orientation Programme. Altogether 21(twenty one) students participated in the programme. On 20.1.2011 the programme was inaugurated by CS Raj Kumar Sharma, Chairman,CSPankajJain,ViceChairman,andCSNehaQureshi,Secretary,NEChapterofEIRCoftheICSI.RajKumarSharmain his address apprised the students about the benefits of TOP. Pankaj Jain, also expressed the benefit of all kinds of training programmesprovidedbytheICSI.NehaQureshi,requestedthestudentstotakethetrainingprogrammeseriouslyandshould put their concentration on the programme. The Programme schedule which was prepared covering all the topics as per guidelines & consultation with the faculties were announced in the inaugural session and copies of the Programme were distributedamongthestudents.TheOfficebearersexpressedhopethatthestudentswillbebenefitedfromtheprogramme. The Programme continued for five days in a smooth & satisfactory manner and as per schedule & topics prescribed by the Institute. The deliberations on the subjects were made with powerpoint presentation in all the sessions. As far as possible, emphasiswasgiventopracticalapproachbasedonthesubjectsandguidelines.Attendanceofthestudentsandsessionwise feedbackfromthestudentsweretakenattheendofeverysession.CandidatesfilleduptheFinalReactionSheetattheendof theProgramme.Theparticipantswereencouragedtoputforththeirqueries,viewsandsuggestions.Thesessionsweremarked withlivelyinteractions. On25.1.2011atthevaledictorysessionoftheprogrammecertificatesweredistributedtotheparticipants. StudyCircleMeetingonCompliancesonGovernmentCompany On26.2.2011aStudyCircleMeetingwasorganisedbytheChapteronCompliancesonGovernmentCompanyatGuwahati.As the result of CS Exams for December 2010 was declared on 25th February 2011, a felicitation programme was held and the students whohave completed Professional I Final examsof CompanySecretaryshipcourseinDecember2010CSexamswere felicitatedbytheCSMemberspresentintheprogramme.Thestudentsalsosharedtheirexperiencewiththeaudienceinthe session.GuestspeakerCSSabitaTamuli,CompanySecretary,AssamIndustrialDevelopmentCorporationLimited,Guwahatiwas honouredbyNeelamNavalakha,ProfessionalpassedstudentofCompanySecretaryshipcourse.CSSabitaTamulimadePower Point presentation on the subject 'Compliances on Government Company' and explained in detail the Compliances which the GovernmentCompaniesneedtocomplywithandtheroleandfunctioningofGovernmentcompanies.Sheproceededtoexplain theexemptionsandprivilegesenjoyedbytheGovernmentCompaniesandthefutureprospectsofanindividualwhilehe/sheis playing the role of a Company Secretary in a Government Company. In the QuestionAnswers session that followed several participants raised various important queries which were satisfactorily replied by the speakers and the office bearers of the ManagingCommitteeofNEChapterofEIRCoftheICSI.Theinteractionsweremarkedwithoverwhelmingresponse. StudyCircleMeetingonProjectFinance On19.2.2011theNorthEasternChapter(Guwahati)ofEIRCoftheICSIorganizedaStudyCircleMeetingbywayofaworkshop onProjectFinance.ThespeakerswereVivekJalan,PracticingCharteredAccountantfromGuwahati;PurushottamGagger,Past Chairman,NEChapterofEIRCoftheICSIandPracticingCharteredAccountantfromGuwahati,PraveenGupta,GeneralManager, StateBankofIndia,Guwahati. VivekJalanstarteddeliveringhisspeechwithPowerPointpresentationonthesubject'ProjectFinance'.Startingfromtheroot level he explained in detail what a Project means, how to prepare it, the practical aspects of Project using excel sheets. He explainedindetailtheroleofthepromotersinmakingaprojectsuccessful.Heanalyzedtheveryminuteswhichoneshouldkeep inmindwhilechoosingaprojectandthepracticalstepsofgettingtheprojectfinancedfromBanks. Purushottam Gagger while delivering his speech using Power Point presentation on the subject 'Project Finance' emphasized mainlyontheaccountspart.Heexplainedthebasicdetailswhichoneshouldkeepinmindwhileallocatingthevariousresources tobeusedinaproject.Forbetterunderstandingofthesubjectheshowedademoofa"ParboiledRiceManufacturingproject" sothatallpresentcanunderstandtheprosandconsofpreparingaprojectreport. Praveen Gupta, GeneralManager,State Bank of India explained thegathering in detail aboutthe role of banks in financing a project. He also explained the gathering in details the requirements to be fulfilled in getting the project financed and certain specificbankingtermsusedintheproject. During the QuestionAnswer session that followed several participants raised various important queries pertaining to project financeandthefutureprospects,ifonewantstoindulgeinthefieldofprojectfinancing.Thequeriesweresatisfactorilyreplied

by the speakers on the occasion and the office bearers of the managing committee of NE Chapter of EIRC of the ICSI. The interactionsweremarkedwithoverwhelmingresponse. CelebrationofSaraswatiPuja On 8.2.2011Saraswati; the Goddess of Learning, was worshipped at North Eastern Chapter office of The ICSI. The Managing CommitteeMembersoftheChapterwithofficestaffandstudentsattendedthepuja.Theritual'Prasad'wasdistributedafter thePuja.TheChapterwasseendeckedupingorgeouscoloursandwascrowdedsincemorning.Theprogrammecontinuedtill 3.00 pm amidst large participants. Arrangements were highly satisfactory and the whole programme was smoothly and successfullycelebrated. StudyCircleMeetingDeliberationonSection25Company On12.2.2011theNorthEasterChapterofEIRCoftheICSIorganizedaStudyCircleMeetingbywayofdeliberationonSection25 Company.CSBimanDebnath,PractisingCompanySecretary,GuwahatiwasthespeakerwhowithPowerPointpresentationon the subject explained in details the basic foundation of Section 25 Companies and every aspect of the same. The basic differencesbetween,atrust,societyandSection25Companiesandwhyshouldpeopleoptforitwerealsoexplainedbyhim. What are the key requirements for 'incorporating the Company?, Compliances with the Regional Director and Registrar of Companies and the procedure for publishing the details in the newspaper, what are the benefits and loopholes of such an organization;theauditorialprocedure;itscompliancesandtheprocedureofwindingupwerealsodealtwithbythespeaker. DuringtheQuestionAnswersessionthatfollowedseveralparticipantsraisedvariousimportantquerieswhichweresatisfactorily repliedbytheSpeakerandtheofficebearersoftheManagingCommitteeofNEChapterofEIRCoftheICSI.Theinteractions weremarkedwithoverwhelmingresponse. NORTHERNINDIAREGIONALCOUNCIL TwodayProgramonAdvantagePersonalityGroomingforstudents On2122.4.2011,NIRCoftheICSIorganizedTwodayProgramonAdvantagePersonalityGroomingforstudentsatLokKala Manch Auditorium, Lodi Road, New Delhi. T.R. Mehta, Executive Officer, NIRC initiated the proceedings of the program and welcomedthedignitariesandstudents.DeepakKukreja,ViceChairman,NIRCencouragedtheparticipantsbygivingvarioustips forbeingsuccessful. NKJain,Secretary&CEO,theICSIdeliveringhisinauguraladdressappreciatedtheinitiativeofNIRCforconductingworkshopon Soft Skills for the students. He referred to the survey conducted about the delivery mechanism and expectations of the organizations.Oneofthefindingsofsurvey,hesaidwasthatmembersoftheInstitutehavegoodknowledgebuttheyareunable to deliver.Since the CS students are coming from diverse areas, he said that the idea of such workshop is to bridge the gap betweentheexpectationsandthedelivery. Headvisedthestudentstofollowthefollowingmeasuresforbestdeliveryofservicestothecorporatesector. EnergylevelofprofessionalmustbeofhighlevelProfessionalsmustupdatethemselvesandinvestonthemonlongtermbasis Theservicesprovidedshouldbeofquality,timelyandcosteffectiveSettingupofpriorityinhandlingthejobs Heattheendwishedthestudentsbestofluck. Ranjeet Pandey, Chairman, NIRC thanked N.K. Jain for agreeing to be the Chief Guest and showering his blessings to the participants.Hegavesomepracticaltipstotheparticipantsandofferedhisbestwishestoalltheparticipants. At the Program Suneel Keswani, Corporate Trainer, spoke on Self Development, CA Anil Gupta spoke on Self Awareness, CS Gaurav Arora spoke on Life Skills and CS G.P. Madaan, Past Chairman, NIRCICSI spoke on Avenues & Expectations. The tips shared by them at the program were found to be of immense use by the students for their future academic as well as professionalcareer. AtulMittal,CouncilMember,theICSI,AshuGupta,Secretary,NIRCandVineetKChaudhary,RegionalCouncilMember,NIRCalso sharedtheirexperienceswiththestudentsandencouragedthem. Theprogramwasattendedbymorethan160students ValedictoryFunctionof151stMSOP On 15.4.2011 at the Valedictory Function of 151st MSOP J K Teotia, Additional Director, Serious Fraud Investigation Office, MinistryofCorporateAffairswastheChiefGuest. 15thSIP From11to20.4.2011theRegionalCouncilconductedits15thStudentInductionProgrammewhereinMembersoftheInstitute andotherProfessionalsweretheChiefGuest/GuestSpeakers.

16thSIP From22to30.4.2011theRegionalCouncilconductedits16thStudentInductionProgrammewhereinMembersoftheInstitute andotherProfessionalsweretheChiefGuest/GuestSpeakers. 75thTOP From 18 to 22.4.2011 the Regional Council conducted its 75th Training Orientation Programme wherein Members of the Institute and other Professionals were the Chief Guest / Guest Speakers. Deepak Kukreja distributed the training completion certificates. 76thTOP From 25 to 29.4.2011 the Regional Council conducted its 76th Training Orientation Programme wherein Members of the InstituteandotherProfessionalsweretheChiefGuest/GuestSpeakers. Inaugurationof152ndMSOP On2.5.2011theInauguralfunctionof152ndMSOPconductedbytheregionalcouncilwasinauguratedbyChiefGuestDNJain, VicePresident(Finance)andCompanySecretary,SandenVikas(India)Limited. ValedictoryFunctionof149thMSOP On11.2.2011attheValedictoryFunctionof149thMSOPconductedbytheRegionalCouncilC.K.Chaturvedi,DistrictJudge,Tis HazariCourtwastheChiefGuestofthefunction. TrainingOrientationProgrammes From 14.2.2011 to 18.2.2011 the Regional Council conducted its 72nd Training Orientation Programme for students. Ranjeet Pandeywasthespeaker. Againfrom21.2.2011to25.2.2011theRegionalCouncilconductedits73rdTrainingOrientationProgrammeforstudents.Avtar Singhwasthespeaker.Apartfromstudents,Membersandotherprofessionalswerealsopresentintheprogramme. StudentInductionProgrammes(SIPs) From8.2.2011to15.2.2011theRegionalCouncilconductedits11thStudentInductionProgramme(SIP). Again from 17.2.2011 to 24.2.2011 the Regional Council conducted its 12th Student Induction Programme (SIP). Apart from students,Membersandotherprofessionalswerealsopresentintheprogramme. AcademicDevelopmentProgrammes On 18.2.2011 the Regional Council conducted Academic Development Programme for Students. Ranjeet Pandey was the speaker. Againon20.2.2011theRegionalCouncilconductedanotherAcademicDevelopmentProgrammeforStudents.AvtarSinghwas thespeaker.Apartfromstudents,Membersandotherprofessionalswerealsopresentintheprogramme. Inaugurationof150thMSOP On 28.2.2011 the inauguration of 150th MSOP conducted by the Regional Council was organized. K.R. Radhakrishnan, Group CompanySecretary,GEIndiawastheGuestSpeaker. ICSIMotherTeresaInstituteofManagementandVocationalStudiesOralTuitionCentre OralCoachingClassesforFoundationandExecutiveProgrammesModulesI&Ii*December2011Session OralCoachingClassesforFoundationandExecutiveModulesI&II*arelikelyto commencefrom28.5.2011and22.6.2011 respectivelyforDecember2011sessionofExaminations. CourseFee: FoundationRs.4,000/

ExecutiveModuleIRs.4,500/ ExecutiveModuleIIRs.4,000/ Timings:4.00to5.30P.M.(MondaytoSaturday) Registrationopenonallworkingdaysbetween9:00A.M.and5:00P.M. AdmissiononFirstComeFirstServedbasis. (*ProvidedsufficientnumberofstudentsareregisteredforGroupII). Forfurtherdetails,contact: ShriJ.K.Chawla,MotherTeresaInstituteofManagement &VocationalStudies,CBlock,PreetVihar, Delhi110092.Phones:22057200,42420552, 42420553.Fax:22509200 Email:mtim@vsnl.net CHANDIGARHCHAPTER CoachingClassesforDecember,2011Examination ChandigarhChapterproposestoconducttheOralCoachingClassesforDecember,2011ExaminationforFoundationProgramme (2.30p.m.to4.30p.m),ExecutiveProgrammeandProfessionalProgrammefrom01.07.2011(5.30p.m.to7.30p.m). Feeforeachmodule/groupisRs.5000/.Theseclasseswillbeheldsubjecttotheavailabilityofsufficientnumberofstudents. Forfurtherdetails,studentsmaycontacttheChandigarhChaptersOfficeatGGDSDCollege,Sector32C,Chandigarh,between 10.00a.m.to6.00p.m.onallworkingdays. JAIPURCHAPTER 12THSTUDENTINDUCTIONPROGRAMME On 25.2.2011 Jaipur Chapter commenced its 12th Student Induction Programme at its premises. The programme was inauguratedbyGirishGoyal,ChapterChairmanwhowhiledeliveringhisaddressdetailedaboutthesevendaysprogrammeand advisedthestudentstomakemaximumuseoftheprogramme.Healsospreadtheawarenessaboutthecompanysecretaryship courseandopportunitiesbothinemploymentandinwholetimepractice.Animesh,ExecutiveOfficerinformedthatthetraining programme is useful for updating the knowledge and such programme provide opportunity to know about the course, opportunitiesavailable after completingthe course, know about self andhappenings across theglobe and alsoadvised tobe moreinteractivewiththeresourcepersonsoftheprogramme.Around104studentsparticipatedintheprogramme. ManagementSkillsOrientationProgramme(MSOP) On 1.3.2011 the Chapter commenced its 1st MSOP at Jaipur. The Programme was inaugurated by Prof. Kusum Jain, Principal MahranisCollege,ChiefGuest.SMSurana,Sr.AdvocatewastheGuestofHonour.GirishGoyal,ChapterChairmaninitiatedthe proceedingsoftheprogrammeandcongratulatedtheparticipantsforpassingtheirfinalexamination.Healsodetailedaboutthe programme,itsimportanceandadvisedtheparticipantstomakebestuseoftheprogrammeandtobemoreinteractivewiththe faculty of the programme. Shyam Agrawal while addressing the participants advised them to develop communication and managerialskillssoastodeliverbettertotheprofessionandalsostressedtheparticipantstobeloyaltotheprofessionandnot tocompromiseontheprinciples. On16.3.2011atthevaledictorysessionoftheMSOPKailashCBhansali,MLA,JodhpurwastheChiefGuest.ChandrikaPrasad Sharma, Member Rajasthan State Consumer Forum and Anoop Pareek, Member, Rajasthan Bar Council were the Guests of Honour.Thetrainingcompletioncertificatesweredistributedtotheparticipants. CareerAwarenessProgramme On 11.3.2011 the Chapter organized Career Awareness Programmes at Mahala Residential Public School and Vidyagram InternationalSchool. Girish Goyal, Chapter Chairman elaborated about the CS Course, procedure for registration, scope, enrolment criteria, examinationprocedure,futureprospectsoftheprofessionandotheralliedissues.Morethan350studentsparticipatedinthe

programmewithfullenthusiasm.BrochuresexplainingbriefdetailsoftheCompanySecretaryshipCourseweredistributedtothe students. Frequently asked queries such as how to take admission in Foundation Programme as well Executive Programme, procedureforgettingadmissiontotheoralclassesbeingconductedbytheChapter,aboutthenewtrainingprogrammesetc. were very well replied by Dr. Girish Goyal. He also highlighted various opportunities available in the global market for the CS profession. NoidaChapter 1stStudentInductionProgramme From7.3.2011to13.3.2011theNoidaChapterofNIRCoftheICSIsuccessfullyconductedits1stStudentInductionProgrammeat C37,Sec62,InstitutionalArea,Noida.TheprogrammewasinauguratedbyPranavKumar,PractisingCompanySecretaryinthe presenceofAshutoshKumarPandy,Secretary,NoidaChapterandtheotherMembersoftheChapter.Theprogrammedesigned tocovervariousaspectsofCSwasfulloflearning.ThefacultiesincludedwereCSPranavKumar,CSAnujAgrwal,Mr.Deepak Goel,CSPayalGupta,CSNareshKumarGoel,Mr.SaurabhJain,Mr.BrajeshKumar,CSRaviBhushanKumar,CSMeghaBhutani, CS AK Gurnani, CS Mr. Pradeep Arora, CS Ankush Aggarwal and the various topics covered were: Professional Duty and Liabilities,Information Technologies and Communication,Personality Development and presentation skill,Communication skill and Analysis,Managerial Excellence & Team Building,Know your Institute & Introduction to Course Contents, Electives,Legal Drafting,Factorsaffectingthesuccessinlife,InterviewSkills,SWOTAnalysis,RoleofCSandanalysisofcontractualanalysis. TheValedictorySessionof1stSIPwasconductedon13.3.2011.TheoccasionwasgracedbyVineetKChaudhary,aPracticing CompanySecretaryandRegionalCouncilMemberofNIRCofICSI,whosharedhisvaluablethoughtswiththestudents.Onthis occasionAshutoshKumarPandey,SecretaryoftheChapterandRaviBhushanKumar,Member&Chairman,StudentsServices Committee of the Chapter were also present. The valedictory session got over with distribution of the Training completion certificatestoallparticipants. SOUTHERNINDIAREGIONALCOUNCIL 08thMANAGEMENTSKILLSORIENTATIONPROGRAMME From 13.6.2011 to 29.6.2011 the ICSISIRC is conducting its 08th Management Skills Orientation Programme (MSOP) from at ICSISIRC House, 9, Wheat Crofts Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600 034. The last date for registering to the program is 6.6.2011.ForfurtherdetauilscontacttheRegionalOfficeattheabovfementioendaddres.ThetelephoneNo.Is04428279898/ 28268685.Email:siro@icsi.edu/v.balaji@icsi.edu/icsisirc@gmail.com 05thExecutiveDevelopmentProgramme From 4.4.2011 to 12.4.2011 the 05th Executive Development Programme was conducted. 52 students enrolled for the programmeand50studentssuccessfullycompletedtheeightdaystrainingprogramme.TheeightdayExecutiveDevelopment Programmewashandledby16faculties.ImportanttopicslikeCompaniesBill2009,DueDiligence,IPR.Etc.werehandledduring thetrainingprogramme. 06StudentOrientationProgramme From11.4.2011to19.4.2011the06thStudentInductionprogrammeoftheICSISIRCwasorganized.74studentsenrolledforthe programme and 64 students successfully completed the seven days training programme. The seven days Student Induction Programmewashandledby13faculties.AsessiononKnowYourInstitutewasorganizedbytheICSISIRC.Othertopicshandled intheprogrammewereCommunicationSkills,CorporateGovernance,RoleofROC/CLB/SEBIetc.Thepowerpointpresentation ontheonlineservicesoftheICSIwasalsoexplainedindetailtotheparticipants. COMMENCEMENTOFORALCOACHINGCLASSES: SIRCOFTHEICSIcommencedOralCoachingClassesforExecutiveProgrammeModuleI(Morning)andModuleII(Evening)on 25thApril,2011forDecember2011examinationsatICSISIRCHouse,9,WheatCroftsRoad,Nungambakkam,Chennai600 034.

OralCoachingClassesDecember2011Examinations Stage Date Commencement 18.7.2011 of Timings Fee LastdateofReceiptofapplications

Foundation 09.00 Rs.3500 11.7.2011 Programme A.M. to (Morning) 11.00A.M Foundation 18.7.2011 04.00 Rs.3500 11.07.2011 Programme P.M. to (Evening) 06.00P.M Executive 25.7.2011 06.30 Programme A.M.to Rs.4500/perModule 18.07.2011 (Module II 25.7.2011 08.30 Morning) A.M. Executive 25.7.2011 06.00 Programme 25.7.2011 P.M. to Rs.4500/permodule 18.7.2011 (Module I 08.00P.M Evening) BANGALORECHAPTER 8thStudentInductionProgramme On 8.2.2011 the Chapter organised the Inaugural Function of the 8th Student Induction programme (SIP). Y H Anegundi, Chairman,BangaloreChapteroftheICWAIwastheChiefGuestandinauguratedtheprogramme.Hewhileaddressingmotivated the candidates to complete the CS Course as early as possible because of the bright future and opportunities available for companysecretariesinthecorporateworld. On15.2.2011attheValedictoryFunctionoftheSIP,TejasGandhiandDivyaSudhakar,Participants,sharedtheirfeedbackabout theSIP.CSGMGanapathi,ChapterChairmanaddressedtheparticipantsandalsodistributedSIPcertificatestothem. 3rdExecutiveDevelopmentProgramme On 14.2.2011 the Chapter organised the Inaugural Function of the 3rd Executive Development programme at Bangalore. CS SubramanyamS,Cofounder&CEO,AscentConsultingServicesPvtLtd.BangalorewastheChiefGuestwhoinauguratedthe programme.CSSubramanyaminhisaddressgaveaninsightontheroleofaCompanySecretaryinthecorporateworldandhow the communication skills both oral and written influence a person's functioning & performance in an organization. He also encouraged the participants to be more participative in the EDP sessions and also be an all rounder in the Corporates which wouldhelpthemtogainexperience,inunderstandingthebusinessandalsoinmanagingpeople. On24.2.2011attheValedictoryFunctionAnupamaMadananNair&RamPrasad,Participantssharedtheirfeedbackaboutthe EDPProgramme.CSGMGanapathi,ChapterChairmanthenaddressedtheparticipantsandimpressedupontheimportanceof regularlyupdatingtheirknowledgeandadvisedthestudentstoattendvariousstudycirclemeetingsandseminarsconductedby theBangaloreChapter.HMDattatri,MemberoftheManagingCommittee,BangaloreChapteroftheICSIalsoaddressedthe participants.ThereafterCS.GMGanapathiandCS.HMDattatridistributedtheEDPcertificatestoalltheparticipants. SeventhStateLevelStudentsConferenceMilaap2011 On19&20.2.2011theBangaloreChapteroftheICSIorganisedtheSeventhStateLevelStudentsConferenceMilaap2011at TheInstitutionofAgriculturalTechnologists,Bangalore.CSDKPrahladaRao,PastPresidenttheICSI,PastChairman,Bangalore ChapteroftheICSIwastheChiefGuestandCSC.Dwarkanath,Secretary,SIRCoftheICSIwastheSpecialGuest. InauguralSession:On19.2.2011ChiefGuestCSDKPrahladaRaoinauguratedtheconferenceandaddressedthegathering.CSC. Dwarkanath also addressed the students. 374 Students from Bangalore, the accredited centres, Mysore, Tumkur, Tiptur, Dharwad,andChennaiattendedtheConferenceonboththedays. Milaap2011hadeducativeandentertainmentprogrammessuchasShowcaseEventAppearingbeforeCLB,Presentationsby StudentsontopicspertainingtoCorporateandotherLaws;ManagementGames;BusinessQuiz;MockParliamentandCultural Programme. Valedictory Session: On 20.2.2011 CS. GM Ganapathi, Chairman, Bangalore Chapter of the ICSI, welcomed all present and introducedtheChiefGuestCSGopalakrishnaHegde,Member,CentralCouncil,CSNagendraDRao,Member,SIRCoftheICSIwas

alsopresent.CSGopalakrishnaHegdedistributedprizestothewinnersoftheManagementGames;andBusinessQuizandalso addressedthestudents,whereinheinspiredthemtofocusontheirgoalsandreachgreaterheightsintheircareers. CareerAwarenessProgrammes The Bangalore Chapter of the ICSI conducted three Career Awareness Programmes during the month of February 2011 the detailsofwhichareasunder:On3.2.2011theCareerAwarenessProgrammeon"CareerasaCompanySecretary"washeldat Abbas Khan College for Women, Bangalore for 1 years B.Com & BBM Students; On 16.2.2011 at SJR College for Women, Bangalore for 1 year & 2nd Year B.Com Students; on 24.2.2011 at Cauvery College of Management, Bangalore for 2nd & 3rd Years students of B.Com. Nearly 370 students participated. The programmes were addressed by one or the other of the followingjointlyorseverally.CSDwarakanathC,SecretarySIRCOftheICSI&ExOfficioMember,BangaloreChapteroftheICSI; CSRVittal,CompanySecretary,SaskenCommunicationTechnologiesLtd,BangaloreandSangeethaFlora,AssistantDirectorof theChapterOffice,NoorSumayya,ManagementTrainee,BangaloreChapteroftheICSI. The speakers explained in detail the course offered by the Institute, eligibility criteria, examination, requirements of training, etc., the role of a Company Secretary and importance of the profession of Company Secretary in the changing economic scenario.ThespeakersthenhighlightedtheopportunitiesavailabletothosewhocompletetheCompanySecretaryshipcourse. Further they enumerated the emerging areas of practice and the changing role of Company Secretary. They also focused on whatwouldbethemindsetandpreparationrequiredfromastudentwhowantedtopursuetheCompanySecretaryshipCourse. BrochuresexplainingCompanySecretaryshipCourseweredistributedtothestudentsandtheresourcepersonsalsorepliedthe queriesraisedbytheparticipants. HYDERABADCHAPTER Valedictorysessionof5thStudentInductionProgramme On 1.3.2011 the Chapter organized the Valedictory session of 5th Student Induction Programme at its premises. Dr. T. Vidya Kumari, Dean, Faculty of Law, Osmania University was the Chief Guest who in her address cautioned the students about the terriblecompetitionintheouterworld,andsharedherexperiences.Shesaidselfintrospectionforchoosingaspecificprofession was required, shared the importance of updating things, the opportunities available, importance of ethics in real world, and threwlightontheIPR,Liberalisation,HRandothersaspects. CS. C. Sudhir Babu, Council Member, the ICSI briefed about the programme and shared the skills demanded by a company secretaryandhowthisprogrammeenabledtheaspirantstodeveloptheskills. CSS.S.Marthi,ViceChairman,SIRCbriefedaboutthetopicscoveredintrainingprogramme. Certificatesforthesuccessfulcompletionoftheprogrammewerealsohandedovertotheparticipantsontheoccasion.Afew studentsalsosharedtheirexperiencesaboutthesession. Earlier,CSP.Chiranjeevulu,ChairmanoftheChaptergaveareportontheprogrammeandadvisedthestudentstoattendthe programmesorganizedbytheInstitute. 5thExecutiveDevelopmentProgramme On3.3.2011the5thExecutiveDevelopmentProgrammeorganisedbytheChapterwasinauguratedattheChapterpremises.CS P. Chiranjeevulu, Chairman of the Chapter addressed the students. Prof. K. Nageshwar, Member of AP Legislative Council & Professor in the Department of Journalism, Osmania University, Hyderabad was the Chief Guest who inaugurated the programme.HeinhisaddresssharedhisviewsontheabilityofIndiatofightrecessionandemergewithresilience.Hecautioned theyoungstersthatitwastheeraofoppurnitiesnottheeraofchallenges On11.3.2011attheValedictorysessionCSP.Chiranjeevulu,ChairmanoftheChaptergaveareportonExecutiveDevelopment Programme and wished the students all the best.. Prof. P L Visweswara Rao, Dean, Dept. of Communication & Journalism, Osmania University, Hyderabad was the Chief Guest of the valedictory session. He spoke on India and global economy, CommunicationskillsrequiredforStudentsandalsoadvisedthestudentstoreadtheEnglishNewsPapersandwatchEnglish channels. Chief Guest and other dignitaries distributed the certificates to the students who successfully completed the EDP. RamyankaYadav,wasadjudgedasthebeststudentparticipantandawardedforit. 3rdManagementSkillsOrientationProgram On 14.3.2011 the Chapter organized the inaugural session of its 3rd Management Sills Orientation Programme. CS P Chiranjeevulu, in his welcome address congratulated the students on their successful completion of the professional level examinations. The chairman requested the students to register for CSBF while applying for membership of the Institute. A. DinakarBabu,IAS,ViceChairman&MD,APStateCivilSupplies,Govt.ofAPinauguratedtheMSOP.Heinhisaddress,withafew

goldenwordsexplainedthestudentstheimportanceofprofessionalismandsharedhispersonalexperiences.CSSudhirBabu, gaveabriefoverviewoftheMSOPprogramme.CSSSMarthi,whilespeakingontheoccasionrequestedthestudentstobecome apartofCSBF. On 30.3.2011 at the valedictory session Dr. V.C. Vivekanandan, MHRDIPChair Professor, Coordinator, NALSAR Proximate Education,NALSARUniversitywastheChiefGuest.CSP.Chiranjeevulu,ChairmanoftheChapterinhiswelcomeaddressadvised the participants to enroll themselves as CSBF Member and also advised them to attend the programmes conducted by the Chapter. Dr.V.C.Vivekanandan,spokeabouttargetGoals,personalitydevelopment,Creatingconfidenceandperformanceofduties.He advisedtheparticipantstoservetheInstituteandsocietyinabetterway.TheChiefGuestpresentedparticipationcertificatesto thosepresent. Otherprizespresentedontheoccasionwere:BestParticipantAwardtoM.SunilKumar.BestProjectPresentationawardforthe ProjectTopicCorporateGovernanceanditsteammemberscomprisingKhusbooLaxmiBhagar,KhushbooJoshi,PoojaNiphadkar and Nikhil Gupta. The Best Speaker award presented to Khusboo Laxmi Bhagat, Better Speaker award to C. Raghavendra KoundinyaandGoodspeakerawardtoRashiTiwari. StudentInductionProgrammes On 8.2.2011 the Chapter organized its 5th Student Induction Programme. CS S.S.Marthi, Vice Chairman, The ICSI SIRC inauguratedtheprogramme.CSP.Chiranjeevulu,ChapterChairmanpresidedoverthefunction.Hespokeontheimportanceof theStudentInductionprogrammeandadvisedtheparticipantstointeracteffectivelywiththefaculty.Whilecongratulatingthe participants for choosingthe CompanySecretaryship Course CS S. S.Marthi said that the ICSI wasgearingup the students to meetthefuturechallengesinthecorporateworldbyconductingvarioustrainingprogrammes.Healsoexplainedthepurposeof conductingSIP. On 15.2.2011 at the valedictory session CS P. Chiranjeevulu, Chapter Chairman gave a report on the Student Induction Programme. CS C. Sudhir Babu, Council Member, the ICSI was the Chief Guest who in his address explained why Institute introduced the SIP and highlighted the importance of the Training Programme. He advised the students to improve their communicationskillsandalsoupdatetheirknowledgefromtimetotime.Heendedhistalkbywishingthestudentsallsuccess. CS S. S. Marthi, Vice Chairman, SIRC also graced the occasion. Chief Guest there after distributed programme completion certificatestothestudents. Againfrom21.2.2011the6thStudentInductionProgrammeorganizedbytheChapterwasheld.CSP.Chiranjeevulu,Chapter Chairman in his welcome address informed the students about the Institute and importance of the Student Induction Programme. CS Shujath Bin Ali, Chapter Vice Chairman addressed the students. CS R. Ramakrishna Gupta, Chapter Secretary advisedthestudentstointeractwiththefacultyandobtainclarifications,ifany. MADURAICHAPTER FIRSTSTUDENTINDUCTIONPROGRAMME(SIP) Madurai Chapter of ICSI Organised First Student Induction Programme from March 14th to March 20TH, 2011 at Madurai Productivity Council Hall, West Masi Street, Madurai. About 90 students from Madurai Town and neighbouring districts of Dindigul,Virudhunagar,Tirunelveli,Tuticorin,Kanyakumari etc.benefitedfromtheProgramme. TheprogrammewasinauguratedbyErSRajagopal,CMD,SIPPOMadurai.ImmediatelyafterinaugurationT.MuralitheRegional GeneralManager(TheHindu)Madurai,addressedthestudentsabouttheusefulnessofreadingthenewspaper.Onoffermade by T. Murali, a visit of the programme participants to The Hindu office was organised on 15th March, 2011, by which the studentswereexposedtonewspapermakingandprinting.Eminentfacultiesfromtheindustryandteachingprofessionhandled classes on the prescribed subjects. CS. S.Kumararajan Vice Chairman, Madurai Chapter of ICSI discussed about the ICSI and online services available to students and CS. R. K. Bapulal, Chairman Madurai Chapter of ICSI addressed students on the opportunitiesinpracticeandemploymentforthequalifiedcompanysecretaries.ThevaledictorysessionwascarriedoutbyCS. D.Sivasubramanian,pastChairmanMaduraiChapterofICSI. ExecutiveDevelopmentProgramme TheSecondEDPwasorganisedbyMaduraiChapterofICSIfrom22.3.11to29.3.11between10amto5pmatMaduraiChapter ofICSIclassrooms.25studentsparticipated.TheprogrammewasinauguratedbyK.K.Gnanaprabaharan,Secretary,Sourashtra Chamber of Commerce, Madurai and Managing Director, Varuni Chemicals P. Ltd.. CS. Ahalada Rao, Practising Company Secretary, Hyderabad and past Chairman of Hyderabad Chapter made a Power Point Presentation on SIGNIFICANCE OF TRAININGANDCODEOFCONDUCT.CompanySecretariesinPracticeandinemploymentinandaroundMaduraiaddressedthe studentsontheirprimesubjects.Theprofessorsfromcollegesandfacultiesfromindustrieshandledclassesonthescheduled sessions. Dr. Mayilmurugan, Professor, Madura College, Madurai and Chairman of Madurai Chapter of ICWAI and CA. P.V.

Rajarajeswaran,MemberofSIRCofICAIwereafewnotabledignitariesamongvariousfacultieswhotookclasses.Thevaledictory sessionwasattendedbyBaijuRamachandran,TreasurerofSIRCofICSIandaPractisingCompanySecretaryatTrivandrum. CA.Rajavel,StudentCommitteeChairmanMaduraiChapterofICSIandCS.R.K.Bapulal,ChairmanofMaduraiChapterofICSI addressedthestudentsontheallottedtopics.programmecoordinatatorWASCS.S.Kumararajan,VicechairmanofMadurai ChapterofICSIandT.Raja,officeinchargeofMaduraiChapterofICSI.Theyorganisedtheprogrammeinthemostsuccessfull wayanddoingyeomanservicestothestudentscommunityatlarge. CareerCounsellingProgramme StatelevelSeminaronHIGHEREDUCATIONINCOMMERCEPROSPECTSANDCHALLENGESwasorganisedbyAditanarCollegeof ArtsandSciencescollege,Thiruchenduron29thJanuary2011andCS.SKumararajan,ViceChairman,MaduraiChapterofICSI participatedandinteractedwiththestudentsfromvariouscolleges,ontheprospectsofcompanySecretaryship. CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAMME CUM EXHIBITION OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES was organised by the Kendriya Vidyalaya, Narimedu, Madurai on 15/02/2011 for their 10+2 Students, mainly from the Commerce Stream. CS. R.K. Bapulal, Chairman, Madurai Chapter of ICSI participated and highlighted about the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, CS. course, methodologyofenrollingfortheFoundationCourseandCareerOpportunitiesinemploymentaswellasinthePracticeField. HODofOrthopeadicsDepartmentofRajajiGovernment Hospital,Madurai,PractisingArchitectfromMadurai,andLt.Colonel fromNavyweretheotherdignitaries,whoexplainedthestudentsabouttheirrespectivefields. On9.3.2011MaduraiChapterOrganisedaCareercounsellingprogrammeatGTNArts&ScienceCollege,Dindugal.ThePrincipal ofthecollegeexplainedthattheircollegewasreputedforCommercecourse,asmorethan1000studentswereundergoingthe courseeachyear.Between11.00A.M.and12.30P.M.onebatchofabout200studentsfromCommerceandEconomicsstreams (Government aided course) was counselled. Between 12.45 P.M. to 1.45 P.M. second batch of about 150 students from the samestreams(selffinancingcourse)wascounselled.InboththebatchesCSR.K.Bapulal,Chairman,MaduraiChapterdeliveredin his speech about the institute, CS course and opportunities in employment and practice. CS S.Kumararajan, Vice chairman, MaduraiChapterinformedthebenefitsavailableandadvisedthestudentstojointhecourseattheearliest,sothattheycan haveoneupperedgeintheemploymentmarketwhentheycomeoutoftheircollege..T.Raja,chapterofficeinchargedistributed brochuresandclarifiedthedoubtsofthestudents. Govt.Artscollege,ParamakudiorganisedNationalSeminaronBankingServicesRightsandResponsibilitiesofconsumerson19th &20thMarch2011.CS.SKumararajan,ViceChairman,MaduraiChapterofICSIparticipatedandexplainedabouttheInstitute, theCompanySecretaryshipcourseandRoleofaCompanySecretaryinBankingSector.He,then,interactedwiththestudents from various colleges, on matters relating to banking and furnished clarifications on queries raised by them in regard to the CompanySecretaryshipcourse. YadavaCollege,MaduraiorganisedINDUSTRYACADEMIAINTERFACEon01042011.CS.SKumararajan,ViceChairman,Madurai ChapterofICSIparticipatedintheprogramme.Heexplainedtotheaudience,whichcomprisedstudentsfromvariouscollegesin andaroundMadurai,abouttheInstitute,theA.C.S.CourseandroleofaCompanySecretaryinindustries.Heemphasisedthe need for creating awareness amongst the small and medium enterprises about the role of a qualified Company Secretary in helpingthemcomplyingwithvariouslegislativerequirementsinsmoothconductingoftheirbusiness. On7.4.2011acareercounsellingprogrammewasconductedatAlagappaUniveristy,KaraikudiforMBACorproateSecretaryship students.Around100studentsparticipated.CSS.Kumararajan,Vicechairman,MaduraiChapterofICSIgavealectureontheCS course, the common areas of study between the MBA (CS) course and the CS course, due to which the exemptions available fromappearingforexaminationintherelatedpapersaspertheICSIguidelines.Healsoexplainedthestudentsaboutthestudy patternrequiredforsuccessfullycompletingtheCScourse. MYSORECHAPTER CareerAwarenessProgrammes The Chapter undertook extensive Career Awareness Programmes during the months of February and March and covered 24 colleges at difference locations around Mysore city. CS. Anshuman AS, Past Chairman of Mysore Chapter, addressed around 2,635 students covering Mysore, Gonikoppal, Kushalnagar, Srirangapatna, Mandya, Priyapatna, Hunsur, Bilikere, Hullahalli, Nanjangud,KRNagar,Paduvalahippe,Holenarasipura,Saligrama,Konanur,KRPet,KRSagara,Pandavapura,TNarasipuraand Yelandur.HeinformedthestudentsabouttheroleandimportanceofaCSincurrentscenario.Studentsweregivenbrochures whichexplainthecoursestructure,cutoffdates,durationofthecourseandotherrelatedinformation. NationalCorporateLawMootCourt From11to13.2.2011theChapterjoinedhandswiththeJSSLawCollegewhichhostedtheSurana&SuranaNationalCorporate LawMootCourtCompetitionatJSSLawCollege,Mysoreandrendereditssupportbyarrangingthejudgesforthecompetitions. Lawstudentsparticipatedfrom42collegesalloverIndia,andmembersoftheMysoreChapterjudgedthetalentofthestudents intheevent.AteamcomprisingAbhilashandKunalrepresentedtheChapterintheevent.

StudentInductionProgramme From14.2.2011to20.2.2011theStudentInductionProgrammeforExecutiveprogrammestudentsofCScoursewasheldatJSS LawCollege,Mysore.66studentsparticipatedinthis7Daytrainingprogrammewhichconsistedof19TechnicalSessions.Faculty forthetechnicalsessionswereexpertsintheirownfieldsandcomprisedofajudiciousmixofAcademicians,IndustryExperts, SoftskillsTrainersandProfessionalConsultants.Thefeedbackreceivedfromthestudentsinrespectofthechoiceoftopicsfor theTechnicalSessions,faculty,arrangementsmadeatthevenuewereextremelyencouraging. On20.2.2011attheValedictorySessionSadiyaParweenwasadjudgedastheBestParticipantandTahaSakeebwasawardedthe BestParticipationinGroupDiscussion. ProfessionalDevelopmentProgrammes TheChapterconductedTwoProfessionalDevelopmentProgramsforthebenefitofthemembersandstudentsoftheChapter. On20.02.2011,aprogrammeonHowtoIncorporateaCompanyPracticalApproachwasheldattheChapterpremisesandCS. SunilKumarB.G.,PractisingCompanySecretaryandtheChapterSecretaryspokeonthetopic.On27.02.2011theprogramme wasonChargesPracticalApproachandCS.ParvatiK.R.,ChapterTreasurerandalsoCompanySecretaryofM/s.SreeLPGPrivate LimitedofMysorewasthespeaker.Boththesessionswereveryinteractiveandalltheparticipantswereimmenselybenefitted. PCHandADPweregiventothepractisingmembersandstudents. StudyCircleMeeting Eight Student Study Circle Meets were conducted on 6th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 22nd, 24th and 27th March. The Students of the ChapterdiscussedvarioustopicsofacademicinterestinthesestudycirclesandthemembersoftheChapterwerepresentto guidethestudents. ParticipationinMilaap On19and20.2.2011theChapterparticipatedactivelyintheStudentsMeetMILAAPconductedbytheBangaloreChapterand participatedinanumberofprogramslikeamocksessiononArbitration,MimeshowandapresentationonCompetitionLaw. TheChapteralsoparticipatedinMr.andMs.MilaapcontestwhereinSoundarya,anExecutiveProgrammeStudentwascrowned asMs.Milaap. InterCollegeCompetitions On 27.2.2011 as a part of the Annual Students Programme, Inter College Competitions were conducted by the Chapter. Students from various colleges in Mysore actively participated in preliminary round of Elocution, Essay Writing and Quiz competitionsandteamswereselectedforthefinalroundofcompetitionswhichwastobeheldon6.3.2011. AnnualDayCelebration On 6.3.2011 the students of Mysore Chapter celebrated the Annual Talents Day of the Chapter UMANG11 at Tourism DevelopmentInstituteAuditorium,KRSRoad.TheprogramwasinauguratedbyTheGuestofHonourCS.GopalakrishnaHegde, Central Council Member, the ICSI, Chief Guest, Ashok Rao, President and Whole Time Director, Automotive Axles Limited, Mysore,CS.Dwarakanath,Secretary,SIRCoftheICSI,CS.BaijuRamachandran,Treasurer,SIRCoftheICSI.Thenewmembersof theMysoreChapterwerewelcomedandthestudentswhobroughtlaurelstotheChapterbytheirremarkablerepresentationsin Regional and National Level Competitions were honoured. Competitions like Elocution, Business Quiz and Essay writing were organized as a part of the programme. The event to follow was the Technical Presentations by students from Mysore and BangaloreChaptersontopicslikeLLP,Graphology,HeavenonEarth,ExcessPaymentofRemunerationandsoon.Thepostlunch sessions included Management games and a Mock Session on Arbitration. The Valedictory Session was graced by CS. SabareeshanCK,PastChairmanofMysoreChapterandCS.PRRamanathan,DGMCA&CSMSPLLimitedHospet.Winnersof the competitions were awarded at the Valedictory Session. In the Cultural Extravaganza which followed, the audiences were thoroughlyentertainedbytheversatiletalentsofthestudents. Theprogramwasattendedbyaround150delegatesincludingstudentsandmembers.TheprogrammeUmang11thezealto exceltrulyexhibitedthezealofstudentsonbothacademicandnonacademicfronts. ConstitutionQuiz2011 On 23.1.2011 the Chapter organised the Quiz on the Constitution of India at its premises. The programme aimed to create awareness and recite the importance of the Constitution of India among the budding company secretaries. 10 students participatedinthecompetition.StudentswerequizzedonPreamble,Fundamentalrights,Directives,FundamentalDuties,Union &StateGovernments,PresidentandGovernoretc.PavanKumarM.S.wasthewinner.SecondandThirdpositionswerebagged

byGuruprasadBhatandRahulR.B.respectively.ThewinnerswereawardedprizesandcertificatesbythePastPresidentofthe InstituteCS.PVSJaganMohanRaoon26.1.2011duringtheRepublicDayfunction.TheeventwascoordinatedbyCS.OmkarN.G. WESTERNINDIAREGIONALCOUNCIL CampusPlacementforManagementaswellasfinalplacement WIRCisintheprocessoforganizingcampusplacementformanagementtraineeaswellasfinalplacement.ThetwoexclusiveIDs havebeencreated. FinalPlacement:wirc.csplacement@gmail.com; ManagementTrainee:wirc.mt@gmail.com InterestedcandidatespleasewriteemailwithyourCV. SudiptoPal,jointDirector,WIRCICSI CareerAwarenessProgrammes TheRegionalCouncilorganizedCareerAwarenessProgrammesasunder: On 17.2.2011 the Career Awareness Programmes were held at Bhausaheb Nene College, and Dr. Patangrao Kadam Arts & CommerceCollege,Pen;on23.2.2011atM.P.ShahWomensCollegeofArts&Commerce,Matunga;on24.2.2011atKonkan GyanpeethUranCollegeofCommerce&Arts,UranandVeerVajekarCollegeofArtsScience&Commerce,Phunde,Uran;on 26.2.2011atVivekVidyalaya,Goregaon(W)andon4.3.2011atJ.S.M.CollegeofArts,Science&CommerceandJanataShikshan Mandals College of Law, Alibag. Altogether around 1700 students participated. The Career Awareness Programmes were coordinated,counseledandarrangedbyLaxhmiBhatt(DeskOfficerCA)andDeepak,ChapterOfficial.AntonyPaul,(ExDirector, CCGRT)coordinatedtheprogrammeheldatVivekVidyalay,Goregaon(West). AHMEDABADCHAPTER StudentInductionProgrammes The18thStudentInductionProgrammeconductedbytheChapterwasheldfrom6.2.2011to12.2.2011atAhmedabad.Forty onestudentswerepresentatthetraining.SumaliParikhtookthesessiononKnowyourInstituteandCSAnandSonideliberated onCSProgrammeandFutureprospectsoftheprofession.PrasunKumarledthesessionsofthetraining.Heconductedtraining in areas of SWOT which motivated the participants towards acquiring their goals. Rahul Sinha led the lectures of vocal expressions.GauravVatsaprovidedvaluableguidancetostudentsonSWOTanalysis.Participantswereimpressedbythespecial skillswhichtheyacquiredduringtheweeklongtraining. The 19th Student Induction Programme was held from 7.2.2011 to 13.2.2011 at Times Business School, Ahmedabad. Suresh PatelandtheteamdeliberatedonSWOTanalysis.Fiftystudentsattendedthetraining.SanjaySharmatookadifferentapproach ofthetrainingbyaddingtheYogasessioninmorningwhichreallygaveagoodimpressiononthemindsofthestudentswho attendedthetraining.Theirconfidencelevelwasbuiltup.OnlastdaySumaliParikhtookthesessiononKnowyourInstituteand CSAnandSonideliberatedonCSProgrammeandFutureprospectsoftheprofession. The20thStudentInductionProgrammewasheldfrom13.2.2011to19.2.2011atGenerationYSchool,Ahmedabad. IntheinauguralsessionSumaliParikhexplainedtheimportanceofStudentInductionProgramme.Shealsoledthesessionon Know your Institute. The next session was conducted by Anand Soni on Course Contents and Future prospects of Company Secretary. Prasun Kumar explained the importance of Reading Newspapers in ones life. Gaurav Vatsa had demeanour SWOT session.Thetraininginvolvedspecificobjectiveofidentifyingvariousfactorsthatarefavorableandunfavorabletoachievethe objective.Itwashighlyappreciatedbythestudents.AbidaDuraniledsessiononEffectiveSpeakingskills.Shealsoconductedthe sessions on improving the Communication Skills. Thirtynine students attended the training and were awarded the training completioncertificate. The 21st Student Induction Programme was held from 14.2.2011 to 20.2.2011 at Times Business School, Ahmedabad. Suresh Patel, Jwalant Bhavsar and Sanjeev Sharma deliberated the sessions on SWOT, Improve the communication skills and ImportanceofComputerandTechnology.DuringthetrainingstudentswereshownthemovieclipofKiranBediwhichwasquite motivating to work on the Social Responsibilities. On last day of the training Anand Soni explained the partaker the Course Contents ofCS Executiveand CS Professional programme. Chirag Shah deliberated on know your Institute.Atthe Valedictory SessionSumaliParikhdistributedthetrainingcompletioncertificate.Studentswerestimulatedbythetraining;ablooddonation campwasarrangedwithhelpofSureshPatelonthelastdayofthetrainingprogramme. The 22nd Student Induction Programme was held from 21.2.2011 to 27.2.2011 at Aadarsh Ahmedabad, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.SureshPatelandJwalantBhavsardeliberatedonimprovethecommunicationskillsandImportanceofComputer andTechnology.BharatbhaiShahconductedthesessionon'HowtowinyourWeaknesses'.Thesessionwaswellenjoyedbythe

students.OnlastdayofthetrainingDhawalJadhavexplainedCourseContentsofCSExecutiveandProfessionalprogrammes. Chirag Shah deliberated on know your Institute and future prospects of the profession. Sumali Parikh, Administrative Officer, Ahmedabad Chapter Office of the ICSI distributed the training completion certificates. Fortyseven students attended the programme. PUNECHAPTER 6thStudentsInductionProgramme PuneChapterhadorganizedits6thSIPprogrammefrom20.3.2011to29.3.2011forCSstudentswhoregisteredforExecutive Programmelevel.Total100studentsattendedtheprogrammeatPudumjeeHall,MaharattaChamberofCommerce,Industries andAgriculture(MCCIA)tilakRoad,pune.Certificatesweredistributedtotheparticipantsonlastdayoftheprogramme. StudentInductionProgrammes The Pune Chapter of WIRC of the ICSI, as per the guidelines of the Institute, conducted for all the students registered for ExecutiveprogrammetheStudentInductionProgrammes.Themainintentionofthisprogrammeistointroducetothestudents, thecourse,theInstituteandthefunctionsofCompanySecretary. From 31.01.2011 to 07.02.2011 the 4th Students Induction Programme (SIP) and from 17.02.2011 to 24.02.2011 the 5th StudentsInductionProgramme(SIP)wereconductedbytheChapteratPudumjeeHall,MCCIA,Pune. StudentOrientationProgramme On 20.2.2011 the Student Orientation Programme conducted by the Chapter was held which was attended by around 80 students.ThefulldayeventofstudentswashandledbythestudentsoftheChapter.Theyweregivenauthorityalongwiththe responsibilitytoarrangetheprogrammeundertheableleadershipofSoumitraDoleandOmkarKaulgud,StudentCommittee Members.TheProgrammecommencedwithawelcomebyNehaPaygude,StudentCocoordinator,addressbyCSVikasAgarwal, Chairman,PuneChapterofWIRCofICSIandaddressbyCS.RBalakrishnan,ChiefGuestfortheprogramme.Hemotivatedthe studentsandprovidedvaluablesuggestions.TheprogrammeconsistedofvariouspresentationslikePaperPresentation,Mock Boardmeetings,CorporateQuizandCorporateDebate.TheobserversforthesevariouspresentationswereCSJayavantBhave, CSManojSoni,CSKuldeepRuchandani,CSMandarWagh,GirishParalikar,CSKunalMandwaleandCSOmkarDeosthale.

11thAllIndiaCompanyLawQuiz
NIRCofICSIisorganizing11thAllIndiaCompanyLawQuizProgramforStudents on

Friday,the22ndJuly,2011
at ICSINIRCBuilding,4,PrasadNagarInstitutionalArea,NewDelhi110005 Itwillbeathreetierprogram: ChapterLevel RegionalLevel NationalLevel AlltheChaptersinthefirstinstancewouldconductCompanyLawQuizProgramforthestudentsattheir Chapter and send the winning team consisting of two students in the event to be organized by the respectiveRegionalCouncil.TheRegionalCouncilstoorganizetheCompanyLawQuizintheirRegionand sendateamcomprisingofnotmorethantwostudents(winners)toparticipateintheNationallevelevent tobeorganizedbyNIRCatNewDelhionFriday,the22ndJuly,2011 A Memento/Commendation Certificate would be presented to the winner/winning team of the national level event at the Inaugural Session of 39th National Convention of the Institute scheduled to be held at Agrafrom13th15thOctober2011.

Forfurtherdetails,interestedstudentsmaycontacttheirconcernedChapter/RegionalCouncil. (RegionalLevelProgramofNIRCtoselectthebesttwostudentstorepresentNIRCatNationalLevelevent willbeheldonFriday,1stJuly,2011atICSINIRCBuilding4,PrasadNagarInstitutionalArea,NewDelhi110 005)

NORTHERNREGIONPCSCONFERENCE2011

Theme:

CALLIBRATINGCOMPETENCEFORPROFESSIONALEXCELLENCE
Subthemes: RecentDevelopmentsandChangingDimensionsofPractice EmbracingEmergingTechnologiesforProfessionalGrowth SafeguardingInnovationManagementofIPR ChallengesforEstablishmentofPCSfirms&BuildingEffectiveTeam Day,Date&Time:

Friday&Saturday,the17th&18thJune,20112.30PMonwards
Venue: HotelShilton,LibraryBazar,GandhiChowk,Mussoorie Speakers: EminentFacultywithcomprehensiveexposuretothepracticalaspectsofthetopicswilladdress& interactwiththeparticipants Participants: CompanySecretariesinPractice&EmploymentandotherProfessionalsinSecretarial,Legaland ManagementdisciplineswouldbebenefitedbyparticipatingintheConference.

Residential Members/Licentiates/Students:Rs.8000/ CorporateMembersofNIRCICSI:Rs.7500/ AccompanyingSpouse&Children above5years:Rs.5000/

DelegateFees NonResidential Members/Licentiates/Students:Rs.3500/ CorporateMembersofNIRCICSI:Rs.3000/ AccompanyingSpouse&Children above5years:Rs.3000/

ANEARLYBIRDINCENTIVEOFRS.500/EACHWILLBEGIVENTOMEMBERS/CORPORATE MEMBERS/STUDENTSWHOREGISTERFORTHECONFERENCEONORBEFORE10THJUNE,2011
The delegate registrationfee will cover the cost ofbackground material, tea, lunch anddinner (Friday, June17,2011). The residentialdelegateswillalsogetbreakfaston18th&19thJuneanddinneron18thJune,2011. AccommodationonfirstcomefirstservedbasisisbeingarrangedatMussoorieforoutstationdelegates.Thedelegatefee oncepaidshallnotberefundedinanycase.

NIRC of ICSI will arrange pickup from Dehradun to Mussoorie on 17th afternoon at around 1.00 PM. Members maypleaseplantheirtravelinadvancetoavoidlastminutesinconvenience.

ProgramDirector
Mr.RanjeetPandey Chairman,NIRCICSI Mobile:09810558049

ProgramCoordinators
Mr.ManishGupta Chairman,PCSCommittee, NIRCICSI Mobile:09212221110 Mr.VineetKChaudhary RegionalCouncilMember, NIRCICSI Mobile:9811577123

ProgramFacilitator
Mr.RajeevKumarJha Chairman,DehradunChapter Mobile:09411108794

MembersmaysendchequedrawninfavourofNIRCoftheICSIfortherequisitefeetoExecutiveOfficer, NIRCICSI, 4, Prasad Nagar Institutional Area, New Delhi. Tel Nos. 25816593 Fax : 25722662; Email : niro@icsi.edu
SECRETARIALMODULARTRAININGPROGRAMMEORGANISEDBYH.Q./REGIONALCOUNCILS/CHAPTERS
ELIGIBILITY OF PARTICIPANTS: ICSI Final/Professional programme passed candidates and have completed 15 months training or exempted there from. SMTP COURSE CONTENTS: Module I MCA21, Module II Practical & Procedural Aspects of Convening and Conducting Board Meetings & Annual General Meetings and Related Aspects, Module III Managing Public Issues, Module IV Loan Documentation, Joint Ventures & Foreign Collaborations, Raising Finance through EURO Issues & Export and Import Procedures and Documentation, Module V Practical and Procedural Aspects relating to Appearance before CLB/Under SICA, Consumer Protection Act and Case Studies in RTP/UTP. In addition,theparticipantswouldbeexposedtocasestudiesandmockboard/generalmeeting,etc.

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SIRO Ms.SarahArokiaswamy Dy.Director ICSISIRCHOUSE No.9,WheatCroftsRoad Nunganalla,Chennai600034 Ph.04428279898/28222212, Telefax:28268685 E.Mail:siro@icsi.edu,icsisirc@md3.vsnl.net.in MSOP Office Ms.SangeethaFlora September521,2011 Premises AssistantDirector& November825,2011 ProgrammeCoordinator BangaloreChapteroftheICSI SheriffChambers,3rdFloor RearBlock,14,CunninghamRoad Bangalore560052 Phone:22286574/22287158 TeleFax:22261861(STDCode:080) EMail:bangalore@icsi.edu;icsibc@sify.com MSOP Office Mr.SudiptoPal,JointDirector, 23/5/2011to sudipto.pal@icsi.eduor Premises Ms.Manishaatwiro@icsi.edu, 08/6/2011 Phone22047580,22047604 Fax22850109 Email:wiro@icsi.edu/sudipto.pal@icsi.edu WIRCPremises,13JollyMakerChambersNo II,1stFloor,NarimanPoint,Mumbai400021. STUDENTINDUCTIONPROGRAMME Office Ms.SarahArokiaswamy SIP Premises Dy.Director 30thMay2011to07thJune2011 ICSISIRCHOUSE 11thJuly2011to19thJuly2011 04thAugust2011to12thAugust2011 No.9,WheatCroftsRoad 04thAugust2011to12thAugust2011 Nunga,nalla, 05thSeptember2011to13thSeptember Chennai600034 2011 Ph.04428279898/28222212 17thOctober2011to25thOctober2011 Telefax:28268685 14thNovember2011to22ndNovember E.Mail:siro@icsi.edu,icsisirc@md3.vsnl.net.in MSOP 13thJune2011to29thJune 2011 12thSept.2011to28thSept. 2011 16thNov.2011to02ndDec. 2011

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TheExecutiveOfficer NIRCoftheICSI ICSINIRCBuilding PlotNo.4,PrasadNagar InstitutionalArea,NewDelhi110005 Tel.25763090/25767190/25816593 Fax:25722662(STDCODE:011) EMail:niro@icsi.edu/icsi@eth.net June614,2011 Office Ms.SangeethaFlora July412,2011 Premises AssistantDirector& August19,2011 ProgrammeCoordinator September614,2011 BangaloreChapteroftheICSI rd October1018,2011 SheriffChambers,3 Floor RearBlock,14,CunninghamRoad November1422,2011 Bangalore560052 December1220,2011 Phone:22286574/22287158 TeleFax:22261861(STDCode:080) EMail:bangalore@icsi.edu;icsibc@sify.com 13/52011to20/5/2011 Venue Mr.SudiptoPal,JointDirector sudipto.pal@icsi.eduor Ms.Manishaatwiro@icsi.edu Phone22047580,22047604 Fax22850109 Email:wiro@icsi.edu/sudipto.pal@icsi.edu KESCollege,BDesaiRoad,KandivaliWest), Mumbai ENTREPRENUREDEVELOPMENTPROGRAMME 18thMay2011to27thMay2011 Office Ms.SarahArokiaswamy 07thSeptember2011to16thSeptember Premises Dy.Director 2011 ICSISIRCHOUSE 10thOctober2011to19thOctober2011 No.9,WheatCroftsRoad 21stNovember2011to30thNovember Nunga,nalla, Chennai600034 2011 Ph.04428279898/28222212 Telefax:28268685 E.Mail:siro@icsi.edu icsisirc@md3.vsnl.net.in 23rdMay2011to31stMay2011 Venue Mr.SudiptoPal,JointDirector, sudipto.pal@icsi.eduor Ms.Manishaatwiro@icsi.edu, Phone22047580,22047604 Fax22850109 Email:wiro@icsi.edu/sudipto.pal@icsi.edu K.E.S.ShroffCollegeofArts,BhulabaiDesai Road,Kandivali(W),Mumbai

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LISTOFPRACTISINGMEMBERSREGISTEREDFORTHEPURPOSEOFIMPARTINGTRAINING DURINGTHEMONTHOFMARCH,2011
MR./MS.P.DAKSHAYANI COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE #780,2NDDCROSS,3RDSTAGE 3RDBLOCK,8THMAIN BASAWESWARANAGAR BANGALORE560079 MR./MS.BHAKTABATSALKAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE HOUSENO.C/9,TAGORENAGAR RAIPUR(C.G.)492001 MR./MS.VANDANASINGH COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE C15,CARLTONESTATE DLFPHASEV GURGAON122002 MR./MS.PRADEEPKUMARCHAWLA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 12/199,GEETACOLONY DELHI110031 MR./MS.MILANMEHTA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 503E,SHREEADINATHTOWER OPP.NANCYCOLONY NEARNATIONALPARK BORIVALI(EAST) MUMBAI400066 MR./MS.SASMITAPARIDA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE PCSA2489

PCSA2490

PCSA2491

PCSA2492

PCSA2493

PCSA2494

P7B(BASEMENT),GREENPARKEXTN. NEWDELI110016 MR./MS.MUKTASUYAL COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 302,BASANTCOMPLEX 38VEERSAVARKARBLOCK SHAKARPUR NEWDELHI MR./MS.MADHUGUPTA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE IV/43,BHOLANATHNAGAR BEHINDGEETABHAWAN SHAHADARA DELHI110032 MR./MS.GAUTAMPRANABBANDYOPADHYAY COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE E403,IMPERIALRESIDANCE BESIDEAWHAKHANPALACE KALYANINAGAR,NAGARROAD PUNE411006 MR./MS.NARESHGARG COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE OFFICENO.41,FIRSTFLOOR I.B.SCHOOLCOMPLEX,G.T.ROAD PANIPAT(HARYANA)132103 MR./MS.GOPALAKRISHNASUBRAYBHAT COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO.28,IIFLOOR,4THCROSS 2NDMAIN,CHAMUNDESHWARILAYOUT VIDYARANYAPURA BANGALORE560097 MR./MS.KHUSHBOOGUPTA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE M1042,ASHIANACOLONY LUCKNOW MR./MS.A.S.RAMKUMAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE #102289/4,2NDFLOOR TNGOSTRUSTBUILDING,ACGUARDS HYDERABAD500028 MR./MS.UPENDRAKUMARPATTNAIK COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE MIG5,PHASE1,KHANDAGIRIHOUSINGBOARD KOLTHIA,CHIDARADAVIHAR

PCSA2495

PCSA2496

PCSA2497

PCSA2498

PCSA2499

PCSA2500

PCSA2501

PCSA2502

BHUBANESHWARI751030

MR./MS.M.BHAVANI COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO.426,2NDFLOOR 5THCROSS,7THBLOCK,JAYANAGAR BANGALORE560082 MR./MS.BHASKARP.YERUNKAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 3,DALMIABUILDING THKATARIAMARG MAHIM MUMBAI400016 MR./MS.CHIRAGA.VAJANI COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE OFFICENO.47,BLDGNO.5 AGARWALNAGARI NR.PMCBANK,VASANTNAGARI VASAI(E)401208 MR./MS.SUMANPANDEY COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE WA92,GALINO15,SHAKARPUR NEWDELHI110092 MR./MS.ABHIMANYURAJPUROHIT COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE V24,IINDFLOOR WESTPATELNAGAR NEWDELHI110008 MR./MS.YOGINDUNATHSREENIVAS COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE SWASTIKA,ROOMNO.A3 44/1595,KALOOR KOCHI682017 MR./MS.KRISHNAPRASAD COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO.32,OSBORNEROAD NEARLAKESIDEHOSPITAL ULSOOR BANGALORE560042 MR./MS.JAIPRAKASHR.SINGH COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE OFFICENO314,BIRYAHOUSE PERINNARIMANSTREETFPRT MUMBAI400001 PCSA2503

PCSA2504

PCSA2505

PCSA2506

PCSA2507

PCSA2508

PCSA2509

PCSA2510

MR./MS.SUDHINDRAK.S. COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO4OJUSAPTS,4THMAIN,13THCROSS MALLESWARAM BANGALORE560003 MR./MS.GAGANDEEPKAUR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 16/42,IINDFLOOR,OLDRAJENDERNAGAR NEWDELHI110060 MR./MS.DHRUMILM.SHAH COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 11,MAHESHWARCHHAYA R.B.MEHTAROAD GHATKOPAR(EAST) MUMBAI400077 MR./MS.MANISHKUMARDIXIT COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE C418,BLOCKNO10,ALBERTSQUARE GOLEMARKET,NR.RAMKRISHNAASHRAM NEWDELHI110001

PCSA2511

PCSA2512

PCSA2513

PCSA2514

MR./MS.PADMINIR.SHANKAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 6,ANUGRAHAAPRTMENTS 41,NONGAMBAKKAMHIGHROAD CHENNAI600034 MR./MS.NARESHGUPTA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE G83,ROOMNO104 LAXMINAGAR NEWDELHI110092 MR./MS.KAPILSALUJA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE A3/90,JANAKPURI NEWDELHI110058 MR./MS.ISHANKUMARVERMA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE H.NO.1502,BABAHARISHCHANDMARG CHANDPOLEBAZAAR JAIPUR302001 MR./MS.AMITSAGARKOCHAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 7/1,YOGESHAPRT. SHARANPURROAD NASHIK422002 PCSA2515

PCSA2516

PCSA2517

PCSA2518

PCSA2519


MR./MS.MANSIJARYA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 2,STREETNO.1 WESTGURUANGADNAGAR LAXMINAGAR DELHI110092 MR./MS.ROHITCHAWLA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 66,FIRSTFLOOR,SHANKARVIHAR NEWDELHI110092 MR./MS.RANJITKUMARTRIPATHY COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE A80/81,GREENHOUSE PANDAVNAGAR NEWDELHI110092 MR./MS.HEERAVATHI COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO.8,SAMVRUDHI,CHINNAMMALAYOUT PANCHVATIOFFICECOMPOUNT,CHOLANAGAR BANGALORE560032 MR./MS.JPSYULAVENKATARAMARAO COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 521103,SARADANILAYAM 2/17,BRODIPET GUNTUR522002 MR./MS.SAMITACHIRIMAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE OLDNO724/725,3RDFLOOR,AMINJIKARAI CHENNAI600029 PCSA2520

PCSA2521

PCSA2522

PCSA2523

PCSA2524

PCSA2525

MR./MS.M.ALAGAR COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE NO.43C,1STFLOOR SOUTHMADASTREET,MYLAPORE CHENNAI600004 MR./MS.JIGNESHJASVANTLALBRAHMBHATT COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 6,BALGAYATRISOCIETY,PARTII OPP.PAREKHHOSPITAL SHYAMALCROSSROAD,SATELLITE AHMEDABAD MR./MS.R.KANAKADURGA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 3RDFLOOR,OLDNO.724/725 PCSA2526

PCSA2527

PCSA2528

NEWNO.486. POONAMALLEESHIGHROAD AMINJIKARAI CHENNAI600029 MR./MS.NEHAKHUNTETA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE S72,FRONTOFDEEPAKCOLONY BARKATNAGAR,TONKPHATAK JAIPUR302015 MR./MS.KRISHNAKUMARSINGH COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 3RDFLOOR,14RANIJHANSIROAD NEWDELHI110001 MR./MS.DEEPTILOHIYA COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE LOHIYASHOPPINGCENTER NR.KAMALKAKUWABHOPALGANJ BHILWARA311001 MR./MS.MUKESHKUMARSINGH COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE H13B,GALINO.2,SANJAYPARK SHAKARPUR DELHI110092 MR./MS.SHALINIMOHANBHAT COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE A60,/1220,AZADNAGAR VEERADESAIROAD ANDHERI(W),MAHARASHTRA MUMBAI400053

PCSA2529

PCSA2530

PCSA2531

PCSA2532

PCSA2533

MR./MS.BHARATGULATI COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE C78,1STFLOOR,SILVERPARK CHANDARNAGAR NEWDELHI110051 MR./MS.SUSHILKUMARANTAL COMPANYSECRETARYINPRACTICE 1/27,1STFLOOR,LALITAPARK LAXMINAGAR NEWDELHI110092 PCSA2534

PCSA2535