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Message from the President - Colin Powell Academic Guidance Student – ICSI Academic Connect Hindi
Message from the President
Message from the
President

- Colin Powell

Message from the President - Colin Powell Academic Guidance Student – ICSI Academic Connect Hindi Books

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News from RegionInformation on Special Initiatives Fee Schedule Examination “A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it

“A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination,

and hard work.”

Dear Students,

With immense pleasure and honour, I take this opportunity to pen my first message for all of you as the President of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. The Institute has worked hard with dedication towards promoting and preserving the principle of good Corporate Governance throughout the world. I assure you that the Institute will continue to work hard with same zeal and dedication towards enrichment of the opportunities for company secretaries and also for the satisfaction of the stakeholders of the Institute.

Students are the main stakeholders of the Institute and are the most important architect in shaping the future of any Institute. I have lot of hope from them as they are the torch bearer of our profession. In this context, I assure you that my foremost agenda for the year would be to facilitate and strengthen the capabilities of our students while building them as promising Governance Professionals. I am confident of receiving your unconditional co-operation and support in contributing toward the vision of the Institute to be global leader in promoting good Corporate Governance.

At the end, I would like to conclude with a quote by Mahatma Gandhi: “Men often become what they believe themselves to be. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it. But when I believe I can, then I acquire the ability to do it even If I didn't have it in the beginning”. So friends, always be positive and work hard to achieve your dreams.

Regards

CS Ranjeet Pandey President

beginning”. So friends, always be positive and work hard to achieve your dreams. Regards CS Ranjeet

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Academic Guidance

Digital Economy & Its Impact*

Sharing is good, and with digital technology, sharing is easy.

-Richard Stallman

The term 'Digital Economy' was first mentioned in Japan by a Japanese professor and research economist in the midst of Japan's recession of the 1990s. In the west the term followed and was coined in Don Tapscott's 1995 book The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence which was among the first books to consider how the Internet would change the way business was done.

Digital Economy refers to an economy that is based on digital technologies. It is also sometimes called the Internet Economy, the New Economy, or Web Economy. Increasingly, the "digital economy" is intertwined with the traditional economy making a clear delineation harder. Digital economy is the new productivity platform that some experts regard as the third industrial revolution. Digital revolution, also known as ‘The Internet Economy’ or Internet of Everything (IoE), is expected to generate new market growth opportunities, jobs and become the biggest business opportunity of mankind in the coming years.

Today businesses operate in a world of increasing complexity characterized by higher data volumes, faster business cycles, and more demanding customers. In this volatile climate, traditional business models, processes, and skill sets can put a company at a competitive disadvantage. In response, many enterprises are embarking on the project of digital transformation to help them increase revenue growth, enhance the customer experience, improve productivity and manage risk.

In the digital era, customers have higher expectations for the businesses that serve them. They have more choices and more visibility into pricing and scheduling, and they can instantly communicate their approval or disapproval of a particular company to an extended network. In short, they’re applying their expectations and behaviors from their consumer experiences to their interactions in the B2B sphere leaving many companies scrambling to reinvent their core processes and accommodate these new demands.

Digital transformation helps companies develop the more fluid, responsive, and data-driven processes that are now the prerequisite for success. Some of the areas where companies are using digital transformation to re-architect processes and make smarter use of time, materials, assets, and information include:

Customer experience Deliver a personalized, consistent experience across all channels of engagement to drive higher revenue and meet changing expectations for service and order delivery.

meet changing expectations for service and order delivery. * The views expressed are personal views of

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Real-time business — Eliminate the barriers impeding on-demand access to information and resources so decision making can Eliminate the barriers impeding on-demand access to information and resources so decision making can accelerate and business cycle times reduce.

Predictive insights — Anticipate changing customer and market patterns through modeling and forecasts that allow decision makers Anticipate changing customer and market patterns through modeling and forecasts that allow decision makers to leapfrog competition.

Cross-enterprise collaboration — Reduce the friction between businesses to create shared processes and leverage complementary strengths. Reduce the friction between businesses to create shared processes and leverage complementary strengths.

People and machine collaboration — Automate rote tasks and information-intensive analyses that are a drag on employee productivity. Automate rote tasks and information-intensive analyses that are a drag on employee productivity.

Benefits of Digital economy

There are various benefits of digital economy. Some of them are:

Benefits for emerging economies

The benefits of the digital economy for emerging economies are potentially large. That is because it can have significant competitiveness and productivity-boosting opportunities related to access to digital products and services that help optimise processes and production, reduce transaction costs, and transform supply chains. Declining information and communication technology (ICT) prices encourage investment and adoption of digital technologies in emerging economies, providing their firms with cutting-edge services at competitive prices. All of this enable firms to participate in global value chains and directly access customers in foreign markets in ways previously only feasible for large and established companies from advanced economies.

Benefits for consumers

For consumers, the benefits are associated with access to a wider range of goods and services at competitive prices. It also offers new opportunities for entrepreneurship and job creation. Governments also benefit from the digital economy to the extent that they have access to technologies that help them deliver more and better public services, improve governance, evaluate policies, and deliver better results overall.

Removal of Black Economy

When the transactions are made digitally, they can be easily monitored. Any payment made by any customer to any merchant will be recorded. This way, there will be no means for illegal transactions to occur. By restricting the cash-based transactions and using only digital payments, the government can efficiently expel the black economy.

Increase in Revenues

When the transactions are digitized, monitoring sales and taxes becomes convenient. Since each transaction is recorded, the customers will get a bill for their purchase, and the merchants are bound to pay the sales tax to the government. This, in turn, increases the revenue of the government thus resulting in growth of the overall financial status of the country.

Empowerment to People

One of the biggest advantages of moving towards digital economy is that it gives empowerment to the citizens. When the payments move digital, each and every individual is bound to have a bank account, a mobile phone, etc. This way, the government can easily transfer the subsidies to bank accounts of people. In short, people no longer have to wait to receive the incentives and subsidies that they are bound to receive from the government.

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Paves the way to e-governance

The quicker, safer, and more efficient alternative to traditional governance, e-governance will be the ultimate outcome of the digital economy. It is convenient for people to access the information they need on the go. Digital economy will pave a way to e-governance, where delivery of all government services would be done electronically.

Disadvantages of Digital economy

Inspite of numerous advantages of Digital economy there are few disadvantages also associated with it. These are:

Loss in Employment

The more we depend on technology, the less we depend on human resources. The advancement of the digital economy may lead to the loss of many jobs. As the processes get more automated, the requirement for human resources reduces.

Lack of Experts

Digital economy requires complex processes and technologies. To build the platforms and their upkeep require experts and trained professionals. These are not readily available, especially in rural and semi- rural areas.

Heavy Investment

Digital economy requires a strong infrastructure, high functioning Internet, strong mobile networks and telecommunication. All of this is a time consuming and investment heavy process. In a developing country like ours, development of the infrastructure and network is a very slow, tedious and costly process.

Conclusion

Technology is fast becoming necessary for functioning of all kind of businesses. Today, we live in a global world where products and services are available at just a click of the mouse. The information explosion and the increasing recognition that information and knowledge are key ingredients in the modern economy have given further impetus to the development and growth of the digital economy. Well harnessed, digital economy has the potential to enable even small business enterprises to penetrate and compete in the international market. Therefore, in order to stay afloat in the industry, every business has to become tech-savvy. As Digital economy encompasses borders, countries and continents, it has become the need of the hour and will continue to grow.

Bibliography

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Hindi Books relevant for CS Course Curriculum
Hindi Books relevant for CS Course Curriculum

From Shree Mahavir Publications:

for CS Course Curriculum From Shree Mahavir Publications: Vyavsayik Arthshasttra, Part – I, by M D

Vyavsayik Arthshasttra, Part I, by M D Aggarwal

Vyavsayik Vatavaran Avem Udhiamitta by Gupta & ChaturvediVyavsayik Arthshasttra, Part – I, by M D Aggarwal Vyavasayik Prabandh, Neeti shastra Avem Sanchar, by

Vatavaran Avem Udhiamitta by Gupta & Chaturvedi Vyavasayik Prabandh, Neeti shastra Avem Sanchar, by Sharma

Vyavasayik Prabandh, Neeti shastra Avem Sanchar, by Sharma & Chaturvedi

Neeti shastra Avem Sanchar, by Sharma & Chaturvedi Vyavasayik Arthashasttra Part – II, by S C

Vyavasayik Arthashasttra Part II, by S C Sharma,

Vyavasayik Arthashasttra Part – II, by S C Sharma, Lekhankan Ke Mool tatv Avem Ankenshan, by

Lekhankan Ke Mool tatv Avem Ankenshan, by P C Gupta & C L Chaturvedi

Mool tatv Avem Ankenshan, by P C Gupta & C L Chaturvedi Aarthik Avem Samanaye Vidhi,

Aarthik Avem Samanaye Vidhi, by Jain & Gupta

Chaturvedi Aarthik Avem Samanaye Vidhi, by Jain & Gupta Prabhandh Lekhanken by M D Aggarwal &

Prabhandh Lekhanken by M D Aggarwal & N P Aggarwal

Gupta Prabhandh Lekhanken by M D Aggarwal & N P Aggarwal Lagat Lekhanken by S N

Lagat Lekhanken by S N Maheshwari & S N Mittal

Aggarwal Lagat Lekhanken by S N Maheshwari & S N Mittal Cost Accounting – Theory &

Cost Accounting Theory & Problems by Maheshwari S N & Mittal S N

Theory & Problems by Maheshwari S N & Mittal S N Cost Accounting & Financial Management,

Cost Accounting & Financial Management, by S N Maheshwari & S N Mittal

Financial Management, by S N Maheshwari & S N Mittal Audhyogik, Shram Avem Samanye Vidhi by

Audhyogik, Shram Avem Samanye Vidhi by Jain & Gupta

Audhyogik, Shram Avem Samanye Vidhi by Jain & Gupta Pratibhouti Sanniyam Avem Anupalan, by Jain &

Pratibhouti Sanniyam Avem Anupalan, by Jain & Gupta

Pratibhouti Sanniyam Avem Anupalan, by Jain & Gupta Adhunik Bhartiya Company Adhiniyam by M C Kuchhal

Adhunik Bhartiya Company Adhiniyam by M C Kuchhal

Gupta Adhunik Bhartiya Company Adhiniyam by M C Kuchhal Adhunik Bhartiya Company Law by M C

Adhunik Bhartiya Company Law by M C Kuchhal

From Taxmann Publications:

Company Law by M C Kuchhal From Taxmann Publications: Vyaparik Evam Samanya Vidhi by Shubham Aggarwal

Vyaparik Evam Samanya Vidhi by Shubham Aggarwal

Bharat Law House:

Evam Samanya Vidhi by Shubham Aggarwal Bharat Law House: Systematic Approach to Taxation containing Income Tax

Systematic Approach to Taxation containing Income Tax & Indirect Taxes by Dr. Girish Ahuja & Dr Ravi Gupta

Eastern Book Company:

Dr. Girish Ahuja & Dr Ravi Gupta Eastern Book Company: Administrative Law (Prashasanik Vidhi) by C

Administrative Law (Prashasanik Vidhi) by C K Tekwani

Administrative Law (Prashasanik Vidhi) by C K Tekwani Consumer Protection Law (Upbhokta Sanrakshan Vidhi) by S

Consumer Protection Law (Upbhokta Sanrakshan Vidhi) by S P Gupta

Protection Law (Upbhokta Sanrakshan Vidhi) by S P Gupta Company Law (Company Vidhi) by Avtar Singh

Company Law (Company Vidhi) by Avtar Singh

by S P Gupta Company Law (Company Vidhi) by Avtar Singh Constitution of India (Bharat Ka

Constitution of India (Bharat Ka Samvidhan) by EBC

Singh Constitution of India (Bharat Ka Samvidhan) by EBC Art of Conveyancing and Pleading (Abhivachonon ke

Art of Conveyancing and Pleading (Abhivachonon ke Prarooparn aur Abhihastaantarn - lekhan ki kala) by Murli Manohar

aur Abhihastaantarn - lekhan ki kala) by Murli Manohar Systematic Approach to Income Tax, Service Tax

Systematic Approach to Income Tax, Service Tax & VAT (Hindi Edn.) by Dr. Girish Ahuja

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Student-ICSI Academic CONNECT Students may clarify their subject specific academic queries related to study material

Student-ICSI Academic CONNECT Students may clarify their subject specific academic queries related to study material between 2.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. on all working days (Monday - Friday) at 0120-4082125

their academic queries on

academics@icsi.edu

Students

may

also

write

Dear Students,

We are pleased to share that with a view to update the students on important developments on daily basis, the Institute has initiated ‘Info Capsules’ on the Institute’s website www.icsi.edu.

Students are requested to take advantage of this initiative.

Our best wishes for all your endeavors.

Team ICSI

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Student Services

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE CS FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS FOR COMMUNICATING WITH THE INSTITUTE

The Institute has initiated various steps to provide instantaneous services to its stakeholders by the use of technology. More and more services are being added in this march for automation. The study material is now fully available to one and all through the online portal. Some of the services and their uses which are important for awareness are listed :

UPDATES /NOTIFICATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

Students can now visit the webpage of the Institute on the following Social networking sites to get details regarding various notifications and updates of the Institute.

1. Facebook

1. Facebook

2. Twitter

2. Twitter

3. Instagram

3. Instagram

4. Linkedln

4. Linkedln

Click on appropriate links on home page of ICSI website to get access to these webpages.

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Cut-Off Dates for the year 2019

Note: It is clarified that on the scheduled cut-off date even if there is a holiday/Off-day, there shall be no change in the prescribed cut-off date

Particulars of Cut-off Dates

Scheduled Cut-off Date

Receipt of Examination Enrollment application for appearing in June,2019 Examination

25.03.2019

Acceptance of Applications for Admission to Foundation Programme (for appearing in Dec 2019 Examination)

31.03.2019

Receipt of Enrolment application for appearing in June,2019 Examination (with late fee)

09.04.2019

Applying for Paper-wise Exemption on the basis of qualification for June 2019 Examination.

09.04.2019

Applying for Registration De Novo / Extension of registration (for June 2019 Examination)

09.04.2019

Acceptance of Applications for Admission to Executive/ Professional Programme (for appearing in Anyone module in Dec 2019 Examination)

31.05.2019

Declaration of Results of June 2019 Examination

25.08.2019

Acceptance of Applications for Admission to Executive/ Professional Programme (for appearing in All modules in June 2020 Examination )

31.08.2019

Receipt of Examination Enrollment Application for appearing in Dec, 2019 Examination

25.09.2019

Acceptance of Applications for Admission to Foundation Programme ( for appearing in June 2020 Examination)

30.09.2019

Receipt of Examination Enrollment application for appearing in Dec, 2019 Examination (with late fee)

10.10.2019

Applying for Paper-wise Exemption on the basis of Qualification for Dec 2019 Examination.

10.10.2019

Applying for Registration De Novo / Extension of registration (for Dec 2019 Examination)

10.10.2019

Acceptance of Applications for Admission to Executive/ Professional Programme (for appearing in Anyone module in June 2020 Examination)

30.11.2019

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REGISTRATION

1. VALIDITY OF CS FOUNDATION PROGRAMME ADMISSION

The Institute has stipulated 03 years period for the validity of Foundation Programme admission. Accordingly, all those students who have registered upto January 2016 may please note that their admission to the Foundation Programme stands cancelled on expiry of three years period at the end of December

2018.

Students who have not passed the Foundation Examination within the validity period of their registration and are not graduates, may seek fresh admission online at Institute’s website www.icsi.edu together with the Foundation Programme admission fee of Rs.4500/-.

2. REGISTRATION FOR CS EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME

Students who have passed the Foundation Program examination held in June 2018 and register in Executive Program upto and including 31 st August, 2018 would be eligible to appear in both modules of the Executive Program to be held in June 2019 examination and students who will take registration in Executive Program between 1 st September, 2018 to 30th November, 2018 will be eligible to write only one module in June 2019 examination of the Executive Programme.

Students can register online at Institute’s website www.icsi.edu at online services option at the following link https://smash.icsi.in/Scripts/login.aspx. The fee for seeking registration for Executive Programme is Rs. 8500/- which can be paid online either through credit/debit card/net banking/bank challan.

PROCEDURAL COMPLIANCE

1. CHANGE OF ADDRESS/CREATION OF PASSWORD

Students are advised to update their addresses instantly through online services option at www.icsi.edu. Their Registration Number shall be their user Id. Students can also reset their password anytime (The new password will be displayed on the screen).The process is given below.

Manual for Change of Mobile number, Email Id, Address and resetting password

Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in

Step 2: Change Mobile Number and Email address

resetting password Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in Step 2: Change Mobile Number
resetting password Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in Step 2: Change Mobile Number

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Step 3:

10 e-bulletin - February 2019 Step 3: Process 2: Process to change correspondence /permanent address Step

Process 2: Process to change correspondence /permanent address Step 1: After Log in

10 e-bulletin - February 2019 Step 3: Process 2: Process to change correspondence /permanent address Step

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Step 2: To change Correspondence address

- February 2019 Step 2: To change Correspondence address Step 3: Note: Same process will be

Step 3:

February 2019 Step 2: To change Correspondence address Step 3: Note: Same process will be for

Note: Same process will be for changing permanent address.

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Change/Reset Password Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in Step 2: Click on Profile > Change Password

Password Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in Step 2: Click on Profile >
Password Step 1: Log in with valid credentials on smash.icsi.in Step 2: Click on Profile >

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2. UPDATION OF E-MAIL ADDRESS/MOBILE NUMBER

Students are advised to update their E-Mail Id and Mobile Numbers timely so that important communications are not missed as the same are sent through bulk mail/SMS nowadays. Students may update their E-mail Id/ Mobile Number instantly after logging into their account at www.icsi.eduat request option.

3. STUDENT IDENTITY CARD

Identity Card can be downloaded after logging into the Student Portal at www.icsi.edu. After downloading the Identity card, students are compulsorily required to get it attested by any of the following authorities with his/her seal carrying name, professional membership No., designation and complete official address:

1. Member of the Institute, with ACS/FCS No.

2. Gazetted Officer of the Central or State Government.

3. Manager of a Nationalized Bank.

4. Principal of a recognized School/College.

5. Officer of ICSI.

Unattested Identity Cards are not valid and the students are advised to carry duly attested Identity Card for various services during their visits to the offices of the Institute, Examination Centres, etc.

4. VERIFICATION OF PARTICULARS IN THE STUDENT ACCOUNT

Students are advised to invariably check the particulars in their online Account and point out discrepancies, if any, in name, photograph, signature, paper-wise exemption status, validity of registration, other particulars, etc. to avoid mismatches in Identity Card, Admit Card, Attendance Sheet, etc. which may create complications at the time of appearing in the examinations, declaration of results, issue of mark sheets, etc.

All the students are further advised to maintain uniformity in their signatures on student’s identity card, enrollment application and attendance sheet provided in the examination hall at the time of writing examinations.

5. REGULARISATION OF FOUNDATION PROGRAMME ADMISSION

Students provisionally admitted to the Foundation Programme are advised to upload the scanned copies of their Senior Secondary Marksheet/Pass Certificates for regularizing their admission at their online account at www.icsi.edu.Students, who have already uploaded/submitted their Senior Secondary Examination Markssheets/Pass Certificate and have not received any confirmation with regard to approval of their admission, must contact the Institute immediately either through online grievance Redressal module or ticketing mechanism of the Institute quoting the following particulars:

Name Details of Fee paid

Admission No.

Email Address

Complete Postal Address with Pincode

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6. CANCELLATION OF PROVISIONAL ADMISSION

Provisional admission of the students, who fail to submit/upload the requisite proof of having passed the Senior Secondary (10+2) examinations within the stipulated time period of six months, shall stand cancelled and no refund of fee will be made.

shall stand cancelled and no refund of fee will be made. 7. ATTENTION STUDENTS! DEDUCTION OF

7. ATTENTION STUDENTS!

DEDUCTION OF 30% OF THE TOTAL FEE REMITTED BY THE APPLICANT IN RESPECT OF REGISTRATIONS LYING PENDING FOR MORE THAN A YEAR

The Institute has decided to reject the applications of such students who do not submit the documents within one year after their registration in Foundation and Executive programme by deducting 30% of the fee remitted by them towards administrative charges after expiry of one year. Therefore it is advised that all such students may submit their documents in the stipulated time period failing which their registration applications would be rejected.

IMPORTANT ALERTS FOR STUDENTS

1. OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION WITH SCHOLARSHIPS FROM GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

HIGHER EDUCATION WITH SCHOLARSHIPS FROM GOVERNMENT OF INDIA The ICSI Student Education Fund Trust is providing

The ICSI Student Education Fund Trust is providing financial assistance / scholarships on the basis of the marks scored by them in the qualifying examinations (10+2, Bachelor’ Degree, etc.). The scholarships are continued and ensure ‘zero cost’ education to meritorious students provided they are able to pass the different stages of examinations at the first attempt and first available opportunity.

Besides the above, Government of India and most of the State Governments in India are providing substantial amount of Post-Matric Scholarships to the eligible students belonging to minority communities, having disability and various other categories. For details of Scholarships available, students may please refer to the National Scholarship Portal at http://scholarships.gov.in/

Government of India has created the National Scholarship Portal as a Mission Mode Project under National e- Governance Plan (NeGP) to provide single-window services to the eligible students for availing scholarships against all the schemes of the Central and State Governments.

The students of CS Course are eligible to apply for scholarships provided by Central / State Governments under different schemes.

The Institute would like to emphasise that it is a golden opportunity to the students desirous of pursuing Company Secretaryship Course while availing scholarships from the Government. Eligible students shall be able to pursue the CS Course at subsidised/zero cost. The existing students of the Institute are advised to make use of such Scholarship Schemes apart from disseminating the details amongst their friends and relatives.

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The procedure for applying for Scholarships through the portal is furnished below :

1. Visit the National Scholarship Portal http://scholarships.gov.in/

2. Name of Institute : “THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA”

3. Institute, DISE / AISHE Code No: 9

4. The ICSI Current Course Level : CERTIFICATE

5. State : DELHI

6. District : NEW DELHI

7. Course/Class Name : COMPANY SECRETARY (CS)

8. Admission Type : CORRESPONDENCE

: COMPANY SECRETARY (CS) 8. Admission Type : CORRESPONDENCE 2. CHARTERED SECRETARY JOURNAL The “Chartered
2. CHARTERED SECRETARY JOURNAL The “Chartered Secretary” with a view to ensure knowledge of the
2. CHARTERED SECRETARY JOURNAL
The “Chartered Secretary”
with a view to ensure
knowledge of the
important for the students
Journal
is
published
by
the
ICSI,
continuous
up-gradation
of
the
Members.
The
Journal
is
equally
of the Institute. Students who are
interested
to
purchase
the
journal
can
subscribe
for
the
same
by
remitting
the
nominal
subscription fees of Rs. 500/- per annum. Students can either subscribe for the Journal at the time
of registration in each stage of CS Course or separately through our Chartered Secretary division.

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3. Details Regarding conduct of Class Room Teaching Centres at Regional Councils/Chapters Number of Class Room Teaching Centres at Regional Councils/Chapters

     

ADDRESS OF

   

NAME OF

E-MAIL ID OF THE CO- ORDINATOR

 

SL

CHAPTE

CLASS ROOM

THE CO-

CONTACT No. OF THE CO-ORDINATOR

NO

REGION

R

TEACHING

STAGE

MODULE

ORDINAT

CENTRE

 

OR

 
     

ICSI BUILDING PLOT NO 70, VIP COLONY IRC VILLAGE BHUBANESWAR - 751015

Foundation

       

1

EIRC

BHUBAN

 

I

Mr. P.C.

9040679085

ESWAR

Swain

Executive

II

     

B-14,OLD

           

DOCTORS

Foundation

Mr. Govind

DHANBA

COLONY,JAGJIVA

   
     

2

EIRC

D

N NAGAR

DHANBAD-

Executive

I & II

Kumar

Tiwari

edu

9631149991

826003

 
     

GUWAHATI CHPATER, HOUSE NO 7,

         

3

EIRC

GUWAH

ATI

RODALI PATH,

HEAR JONALI

Executive

I & II

Mr

Hemant

9365204281

BUIST STAND

Das

RG

BARUAH

ROAD GUWAHATI - 24

     

ICSI-EIRO, 3A,

Foundation

       

AHIRIPUKUR

Ms.

4

EIRC

KOLKAT

A

1ST LANE

   

033-22832973

KOLKATA-

Executive

I & II

Nag

700019

 
     

B-27, 2nd Floor, LUV KUSH

Foundation

 

Mr.

   
   

9835042476/0612-

5

EIRC

PATNA

TOWER, EXHIBITION ROAD PATNA - 1

Executive

I & II

Ratnesh

Kumar

u

2322405

     

ICSI

Foundation

       

CHAPTER,2C,

   

OM

 

SHANTI

6

EIRC

RANCHI

APPARTMENT,

O

C

C

BANGLA

Sumanta

0651-2223382

SCHOOL

LANE

Executive

I & II

Dutta

u

MAIN

 

ROAD,RANCHI-

834001

 
     

42, RAGHU

Foundation

       

COMPLEX,

   

Mr. Anand

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NIRC

ALWAR

SCHEME NO.-10,

Executive

I & II

Kumar

9413740652

VIJAY MANDIR

Arya

u

   

MARG, ALWAR

Professional

 

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SILVER POINT 3/2 G, Second Floor Nehru Nagar,(Near Anjana Cinema, M.G. Road), AGRA - 282005

   

Mr Ravi

   

8

NIRC

AGRA

Foundation

Krishna

Srivastava

0562-4031444 /

9839226671

     

30-A / 9 /2A COOPER ROAD NEAR HARI MAZID, INFRONT OF HP MEDIA, 2ND FLOOR, CIVIL LINES ALLAHABAD -

211001

Foundation

       
   

Mr.

Amitabh.Shukl

a@icsi.edu

9

NIRC

ALLAHA

BAD

Executive

I & II

Amitabh

Shukla

9415351209

 
     

ICSI CHAPTER

Foundation

     

10

NIRC

BAREILL

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BARIELLY, 182,

NAI BASTI,

NARKULGANJ

(NEAR UTSAV

BARAT GHAR),

Executive

 

Mr.

edu

8755755741/

9458821397

BARIELLY -

243122

     

ICSI HOUSE,

         

SEC-8,

INSTITUTIONAL

11

NIRC

BHILWA

AREA, RING

Professional

Mr.Rajeev

8003990862

RA

ROAD, PATEL

Ranjan Jha

NAGAR,

BHILWARA

(RAJ.)-311001

     

ICSI-NIRC BUILDING 4, PRASAD NAGAR INSTITUTIONAL AREA NEW DELHI- 110 005

Foundation

       
   

Mr Bhole

12

NIRC

DELHI

Executive

I & II

Shankar

011 49343009

     

Institutional Plot No.-1A, Sector-

Foundation

       

13

NIRC

FARIDA

16A, (Near Sai Baba Temple),

Ms Suman

0129-4003761

BAD

Iyer

Faridabad-

   

121002

Executive

I & II

     

GHAZIABAD

Foundation

       

14

NIRC

GHAZIA

CHAPTER, 23-

B,NEHRU

Executive

I & II

Mr. Anil

Kumar

0120-4559681,

BAD

NAGAR, NEHRU

9716011634

APARTMENT

   

Upadhyay

GHAZIABAD

Professional

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FIRST FLOOR,

Foundation

       

DEENBANDHU

   

SIR CHOOTU

   

RAM BHAWAN

15

NIRC

GURGA

JHARSA ROAD

Mr Amit

0124-2380021

ON

BEHIND SHIV

Executive

I & II

Likhyani

edu

MANDIR

SECTOR 32

   

GURGAON-

122002

     

DAV COLLEGE,

Foundation

       

DAYANAND

   

16

NIRC

JALAND

HAR

NAGAR,

JALANDHAR-

Executive

I & II

Mr. Vinay

Kumar

9041040129

144008

     

213 A (1st

         

17

NIRC

JAMMU

Floor), Shastri Nagar , Jammu-

Foundation

Mr. Uday

0191-2439242

   

Prakash

du

180004

Executive

I & II

     

118/90, GUMTI

Foundation

       

18

NIRC

KANPU

PLAZA ,

   

Ms. Uma

8687116064

R

KAUSHALPURI,K

Executive

I & II

Devi gupta

ANPUR- 208012

     

1/157, VIVEK

Foundation

 

Mr. Shiv

   

19

NIRC

LUCKNO

W

KHAND-I,

GOMTI NAGAR

   

Moorthi

Tiwari, Mr.

05224109382

LUCKNOW -

Executive

I & II

Sandeep

226010

Rapra

 

20

NIRC

LUDHIA

11B, 2nd FLOOR PHERUMAN COMPLEX, GURUDWARA,

Foundation

 

Mr. Sanjay

0161-2545456

NA

SAHEEDAN, OPP MANJU CINEMA, G.T. ROAD,

LUDHIANA-

Jakhmola

edu

141003

     

C-37, SECTOR -

Foundation

 

Mr Kushal

 

21

NIRC

NOIDA

62, NOIDA -

   

Kumar

01204522058

201309

Executive

I & II

u

     

Opp. MM Printer, Near Modi Steels, Delhi- Meerut G.T. Road, Modinagar

-201204

Foundation

       
   

Mr.

22

NIRC

MODINA

GAR

Executive

I & II

Muneesh

Bindal

01232-243048

     

F BLOCK IIND FLOOR GURU

KRIPA COMPLEX

Foundation

       

Executive

I & II

VARAN

OPP TAKSAL

Mr. Ashish

23

NIRC

ASI

THEATRE

   

Tiwari

edu

7800937000

NADESAR,

VARANASI-

Professional

221002

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YAMUN

DAV College for Girls, Academic

   

Mr.

   

24

NIRC

A

NAGAR

Block-4, Jagadhri Road, Yamuna

Foundation

Upendra

Kumar

9812573452

Nagar-135001

25

SIRC

AMARA

Ist FLOOR HINDU COLLEGE & HIGH SCHOOL

Executive

I

& II

Mr. S.

0863-2233445

VATI

CAMPUS BESIDE CANARA BANK,

GUNTUR-

 

Gaddam

522003

     

No-5, 1st MAIN ROAD, KSSIDC INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, 6TH BLOCK, WEST OF CHORD ROAD, RAJAJI NAGAR

BANGALORE-

Foundation

       

26

SIRC

BANGAL

   

Mr.

7760976362

ORE

Maitreya

560010

Executive

I&II

     

CALICUT CHAPTER OF SIRC OF ICSI, A- 3,29/2084, 2ND FLOOR,

Foundation

       

27

SIRC

CALICU

Executive

I

& II

Ms. Sheeba

0495-2374702

T

RAHIYAN BUILDING, K.T. GOPALAN ROAD, KOTOOLI,CALIC UT - 673016

Professional

I, II & III

du

     

"ICSI-SIRC

Foundation

       

HOUSE", 9,

   

CHENN

WHEAT

Executive

I

& II

Mr. C.

28

SIRC

CROFTS ROAD,

 

9443796311

AI

   

Murugan

   

NUNGAMBAKK

u

 
 

AM, CHENNAI -

Professional

I, II & III

 

600

034

     

No. 209, KSG COMPLEX, 2ND FLOOR,

Foundation

   

sreejith.p@ic

 

Mr.

si.edu,

s.ashok@icsi.

COIMB

   

Sreejith P,

0422 - 2237006 /

29

SIRC

SASTRI ROAD, RAM NAGAR,

COIMBATORE-

641

009.

Executive

I

& II

ATORE

 

Mr.

edu &

9486477497

   

Professional

I, II & III

S.Ashok

coimbatore

@icsi.edu

     

H.NO:6-3-

Foundation

       

609/5,ANAND

   

30

SIRC

HYDER

ABAD

NAGAR

COLONY,KHAI

Mr. V P C Sharma

9912129292

RATABAD,HYD

Executive

I

& II

ERABAD-

 

500004.

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KOCHI

Foundation

       

CHAPTER,ICSI

   

HOUSE, NO

65/635,

JUDGES

AVENUE

RBI

31

SIRC

KOCHI

QUARTERS

ROAD,

Executive

Mr Sree Kumar T S

du

0484-

4050502/2402950

BEHIND

INDIAN

EXPRESS,

KALOOR

ERNAKULAM -

682017

     

CHAPTER

Foundation

       

OFFICE, C3,

   

3rd FLOOR,

Executive

I

& II

t.raja@icsi.e

MADUR

A.R. PLAZA,

 

du &

32

SIRC

   

Mr. T.Raja

9843155753

AI

16/17 NORTH

madurai@ics

VELIS STREET

 

i.edu

MADUARI -

625001

Professional

I, II & III

     

ICSI

Foundation

       

MANGALORE

   

CHAPTER

   

33

SIRC

MANGA

LORE

GRACE TOWER

BILDING IIND

FLOOR BEJAI

Executive

I & II

Mr

Shankar B

0824-

2216482/98864003

32

MANGALORE

575004

     

MYSORE

Foundation

       

CHAPTER OF ICSI ICSI House, #125, NHCSL LAYOUT OFF

   

MYSOR

Mr.

34

SIRC

N.Dhanaba

9731242336

E

KRS ROAD, OPP. J K TYRES, METAGALLI

MYSORE-

Executive

I & II

l

570016

     

Ist FLOOR

Foundation

       

ABOVE PNB

   

ATM, SHREE

   

35

SIRC

PALAK

KRISHNA

Ms. Roby

0491-2528558

KAD

BUILDING

Executive

I & II

Joshep

NURANI,

PALAKKAD-

   

678004

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No-318, SRI

         

MAHARAJ

ILLAM,

AZHAGU

VINAYAGAR

36

SIRC

SALEM

STREET

NAGARAMALA

Executive

I & II

Mr. Sunder

Swamy S

du

8754340840

L

MAIN ROAD,

FAIRLANDS

 

POST

ALAGAPURAM,

SALEM -

636016

     

ROOM NO. 17, THIRD FLOOR,

Foundation

       
   

DEVAMATHA

37

SIRC

THRISS

UR

TOWER, NEAR

ST. THOMAS

Executive

I & II

Ms

Soumya S

9495631592

COLLEGE,

THRISSUR

     

TC-3/2342,

Foundation

       

PADMASREE

   

THIRU

BEHIND

VANAN

INDIAN BANK,

38

SIRC

THAPU

RAM

POST OFFICE

LANE,PATTOM

Executive

I & II

Mr. S V Vinod

Kumar

8089522663

TRIVANDRUM

-695004

     

D.NO. 49-26-6 ,

Foundation

       

IST

   

FLOOR OPP

   

POLLOCKS

SCHOOL NEAR

VISAKH

JK TYRE

Mr.

39

SIRC

APATN

SHOWROOM

Sivaramak

0891-2533516

AM

SANKARAMAT

Executive

I & II

rishna

AM ROAD

MADHURANAG

AR,VISAKHAP

ATNAM

530016

     

ICSI

Foundation

       

AHMEDABAD

   

CHPATER, S-2

   

B

TOWER,

MANEK LAL

MILLS

40

WIRC

AHMED

ABAD

COMPLEX,

CHINUBHAI

Executive

Mr. Rohit

Khunt

8905036321/ 079-

30025335

TOWERS,

ASHRAM

ROAD,

AHMEDABAD -

380009

I & II

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BHOPAL CHAPTER OF WIRC OF ICSI, PLOT NO. 148, II FLOOR,

Foundation

       

41

WIRC

BHOPA

   

Ms. Amita

0755-2577139

L

ANCHOR MANSION, ZONE- 2, MP NAGAR, BHOPAL (M.P.)

462011

Malviya

edu

Executive

I & II

     

CHAPTER OFFICE, 6TH FLOOR, INDRAPRASTH APARTMENTS

Foundation

       
   

42

WIRC

GOA

OPP. GOVINDA BUILDING, MENEZES BRAGANZA ROAD, PANAJI GOA - 403001

Executive

I & II

Mr. Vasant

H Kerkar

8322435033

     

B-1/2/3,

Foundation

       

ASHRAY

   

APARTMENT ,

   

43

WIRC

INDOR

E

2/1,

MANORAMAG

Executive

I & II

Ms. Ankita

Baldwa

edu

0731-

424818/2494552

ANJ, INDORE-

452001

     

R.S.No.1108

Foundation

       

C/34 C,

   

Jaduban Plaza,

Executive

I & II

KOLHA

Office Unit

Ms.

44

WIRC

No.F 4 Panch Bungl ow, Shahupuri,

Kolhapur-

   

Archana

0231-2526160

PUR

Kamlakar

Professional

 

416001

     

THE

         

INSTITUTE OF

COMPANY SECRETATIES OF INDIA, 13, 1ST FLOOR, JOLLY MAKER CHAMBER -II, NARIMAN POINT

MUMBAI-

45

WIRC

MUMB

AI

Foundation

& Executive

Mr.

Bannashan

bannashank

ar.dasari@ic

9223542195

kar Dasari

si.edu

400021

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MKES

         

INSTITUTE

(NAGINDAS

KHANDWALA

Foundation

& Executive

COLLEGE) S.V.

ROAD, MALAD

- 400064

     

NAGPUR

Foundation

       

CHAPTER OF

   

ICSI,3RD

   

FLOOR,

46

WIRC

NAGPU

R

AVINISHA

TOWERS,

MEHADIA SQ,

Executive

I & II

Mr.

Sudhakar

Aisalwaru

edu

0712-2453276

DHANTOLI,

NAGPUR -

440012

     

BYK COLLEGE

         

NASHIK,

47

WIRC

NASHI

COLLEGE

Foundation

Mr. Amit

8796090345

K

ROAD NASHIK

Kumar

MAHARASHTR

A-422005

     

ICSI-CCGRT, OFFICER NO- 204, 2ND FLOOR, PLOT NO- 101, SEC-

Foundation

       
   

48

WIRC

NAVI

MUMB

AI

15

INDUSTRIAL

AREA CBD

Executive

I & II

Ms.

Lachhmi

Bhatt

navimumbai

@icsi.edu

022-27577816

BELAPUR,

NAVI

MUMBAI-

400614

     

CHAPTER PREMISES, 23 MUKUND NAGAR CORNER OF LANE NO.1, ABOVE DR JOSHI HOSPITAL,PU NE - 411037

Foundation

       

49

WIRC

PUNE

   

MR. P.S.

8149121488

Executive

I & II

Emmanuel

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H.NO C-67, SECOTR - 2 1ST FLOOR

Foundation

       
   

ABOVE LITTLE

Executive

I & II

STAR PLAY

Mr.

   

edu

50

WIRC

RAIPUR

SCHOOL,

DEVENDRA

NEAR GUJRATI

   

Prafulla

Kumar

Dash

0771-2582618

SCHOOL,

Professional

 

RAIPUR -

492001

     

TRIUPATI

Foundation

       

PLAZA NEAR

   

COLLECTOR

Mr.

51

WIRC

SURAT

OFFICE

Goutam

8013214546

ATHWAGATE

Executive

I & II

Karmakar

edu

SURAT-

395001

     

ICSI THANE CHPATER, 201-202 SAI PLAZA COMPLEX GODBUNDER ROAD NEAR

Foundation

       

52

WIRC

THANE

   

Mr. Soujit

7506104313

KAPURBAWAD I JN, OPP TO ORION BUSINESS PARK, ABOVE VIJAY SALES THANE (W)

400607

Das

Executive

I & II

     

ICSI

Foundation

 

Mr. Amit

   

WIRC

VADOD

VADODARA

   

Kumar

8980949075

ARA

CHPATER,

 

OFFICE NO.1

Executive

I & II

Nagar

 

(2ND FLOOR)

53

   

STOP-N-SHOP

         

PLAZA OFFTEL

TOWER-II, R.

C.DUTT ROAD

Executive

I & II

VADODARA -

390007

**For any clarification/Assistance/Guidance you may mail to shalini@icsi.edu

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4. ADVISORY ON MAINTAINING CORRECTNESS IN PHOTOGRAPH AND SIGNATURE

25 e-bulletin - February 2019 4. ADVISORY ON MAINTAINING CORRECTNESS IN PHOTOGRAPH AND SIGNATURE

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ATTENTION STUDENTS! Introduction of New Syllabus Foundation Programme Examinations from June 2018 Session

(Automatic Switchover to Foundation Programme (New Syllabus 2017) )

The Foundation Programme being the entry level to the Company Secretaryship Course and gateway to the profession of Company Secretaries, the Syllabus Review Committee based on the feedback received from various stakeholders has completed the formulation of detailed contents of the Foundation Programme.

Salient Features and Requirements

The salient features of the new syllabus for the same is summarized below :-

1.

Effective date for New Syllabus

(i)

The new syllabus of Foundation Programme will be effective from 1st April 2017.

(ii)

There are four subjects under the new syllabus viz.

 

PAPER 1: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND LAW PAPER 2: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, ETHICS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP PAPER 3: BUSINESS ECONOMICS PAPER 4: FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING

2.

First Examination First examination under this new syllabus will be held from June 2018 session of CS examinations.

3.

Switchover to new syllabus The automatic switchover of all such Old Syllabus students has been affected in the system and details of exemptions available to such students are furnished hereunder: -

Corresponding Paper wise Exemption Scheme

Exempted Subjects under Syllabus (2012)

Corresponding Subjects under Syllabus (2017)

Business Environment and Entrepreneurship

Business Environment and Law

 

Business Management, Ethics and

Business Management, Ethics and Communication

Entrepreneurship

Business Economics

Business Economics

Fundamentals of Accounting and Auditing

Fundamentals of Accounting and Auditing

The mode of examination will be Computer based MCQs.and Auditing Fundamentals of Accounting and Auditing The students under Syllabus (2012) compulsorily switched

The students under Syllabus (2012) compulsorily switched over to Syllabus (2017) would be provided with Study Material free of cost for Foundation Programme under Syllabus (2017) in their respective subjects.The mode of examination will be Computer based MCQs. For any general clarification/ information on the

For any general clarification/ information on the matter, students may place their query at http://support.icsi.edu

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5. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE CS FOUNDATION PROGRAMME STUDY MATERIAL

All

registered

students

who

successfully

and

their

the Institute are supplied with who have not received Study

send

their

request

/query

they

can

also

download

the

the

Institute

at

academic

submitting

request

through

at academic submitting request through under the head “ICSI Grievance Solutions Cell” 6. SELF

under the head “ICSI Grievance Solutions Cell”

6. SELF STUDY

have

application has been approved by

the

material, are therefore, advised to through Grievance Solutions Cell or

Those

documents

uploaded

set

of

study

their

material.

study material from the website of

corner

option.

Details

of

grievance

solutions

cell

is

given

The Institute provides a set of study materials to all the students of Foundation Program for self-study purpose. Students have the option to study the subjects of their own and appear in the next examination of the institute for which they are eligible or else they can get themselves enrolled at Class Room Teaching Centers of the Institute for coaching. Classes are conducted by most of the Regional/Chapter offices of the Institute located across the country.

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INFORMATION ON SPECIAL INITIATIVES

1. Study Centres The objective of the Study Centre Scheme is to break the distance
1. Study Centres
The objective of the Study Centre Scheme is to break the distance
barrier at the end of students for availing the services from the
institute. Under the Scheme, Study Centers are opened in cities
/areas, wherein the Institute's Offices are not in existence. Apart
from providing basic services, the Study Centres also impart
coaching to the students of various stages.
The details of study centres are available at the link
https://www.icsi.edu/media/webmodules/Study_Centre.pdf

2. Third (3 rd ) International Company Secretaries Olympiad for Academic Session (2018-19)

CS Olympiad has been established with the objective of enabling the student community to discover their potential in areas pertaining to Company Secretaryship and governance and identifying their interest to choose their stream of education.

As you are aware, the Second (2 nd ) International CS Olympiad was conducted on 23 rd and 30 th Janunary,2018 in which more than 1300 schools and about 34,000 students from different parts of the country and aboard have participated.

Students of class 11 th & 12 th from various locations have scored International Rank as well as Zonal Ranks in the same.

This year also various chapters of the Institute have already organized the Zonal Winners award ceremonies at Schools level.

1 st phase of 3 rd CS Olympiad was held on 20 th Dec-2018 and 2 nd Phase of 3 rd CS Olympiad will be held on 31 st Jan, 2019.

The details of CS Olympiad is also being publicised through dedicated portal www.csolympiad.info.

3. ‘Shaheed Ki Beti’ Initiative

The Institute has launched a novel initiative to help the daughters of Martyrs who laid down their lives for protecting the sovereignty of the country. Under the ‘Shaheed Ki Beti’ initiative, the Institute has discontinued the practice of giving mementoes, etc. to the dignitaries/ speakers invited for various programmes of the Institute and the said amount will be transferred to the dedicated corpus and will be utilised for the education/ welfare of the daughters of martyrs. The first certificate under this initiative was presented to Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India who was the Chief Guest on the launch of ICSI Golden Jubilee Year on 4 th October, 2017. Any national of India can also donate under this scheme. Kindly disseminate this information amongst your family and friends to support the Institute for this novel initiative.

Kindly disseminate this information amongst your family and friends to support the Institute for this novel

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FEE SCHEDULE

PARTICULARS

FEES (Rs.)

REMARKS

FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

 

Admission Fee

1,500

 

Education Fee

3,000

Total Fees Rs.5,100

E-learning Fee

600

EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME

 

(For Commerce Graduates)