lvl-02-- CS Executive

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CS Dattatri H M
CS Dattatri H M
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CA Rajiv Rabindran
Dr Madhusudhanan C V
Dr Madhusudhanan C V
CA Ashish Gupta
CA Ashish Gupta
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Paper 1
Company Law

In the present world, there are various forms of business organizations. “Company” is one such form of organization that is the current spotlight.Company law is the legislative enactment for the administration and regulation of Companies.The word “Company” was earlier termed as “Joint Stock Company”. The first legislative enactment was passed in the year 1850. After various deliberations, a new system Companies Act, 2013 was introduced to enable companies to achieve global competitiveness.

Companies Act is the base for many other laws. It links and incorporates various acts, such as Labor laws, Income tax, Indirect tax laws etc. Hence having the knowledge and in-depth understanding of Company law and its legal provisions is very important for Company Secretaries.

Companies Act is the base for many other laws. It links and incorporates various acts, such as Labor laws, Income tax, Indirect tax laws etc. Hence having the knowledge and in-depth understanding of Company law and its legal provisions is very important for Company Secretaries.

To emphasize on good corporate governance, the law is made stricter and companies are expected to comply with the Act. This requires Company Secretaries to have in-depth knowledge of Companies Act for providing the best professional advice.

In CS Executive, Company Law is introduced in your syllabus to give you brief insights about the formation/incorporation, administration, management, conduct of the affairs of the companies and closure of companies.

Students at CS Executive level are expected to be well versed with the technicalities of the subject and CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab will aid in understanding legal, secretarial and practical knowledge on the Companies Act.

Lectures of LearnCab provides comprehensive lectures on:

  1. Introduction to Company, Incorporation, Share Capital, Debentures, Membership in a Company
  2. Management and Control of Companies- Directors–Role and Responsibilities of Directors, Powers and Duties, Loans to Directors, Remuneration of Directors, Contracts in which Directors are Interested, Board of Directors and its Committees, Company Secretary – Appointment, Role and Responsibilities, Meetings of Board and Committees, General Meetings, Sole Selling and Buying Agents
  3. Investments, Loans and Deposits, Accounts and Audit, Dividends, Registers, Forms and Returns, Inspection and Investigation, Majority Rule and Minority Rights
  4. Merger, De-merger, Amalgamation, Compromises and Arrangements, Producer Companies, LLP, Offences and Penalties, Compounding of Offences, winding up of Companies, Striking Off Name of Companies and An Introduction to E-Governance and XBRL

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CA Chinmaya Hegde
CA Chinmaya Hegde
CA Hariharan K
CA Hariharan K
CMA Raveendranath Kaushik
CMA Raveendranath Kaushik
CA Vageesh Hegde
CA Vageesh Hegde
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Paper 2
Cost and Management Accounting

Many a time you find Price variations in 2 similar products of different industries. This price difference is influenced by various factors such as the difference in method and rates of depreciation, labor cost, rent, or price and efficiency of plant and machinery, etc. which directly influences the cost of the product. Cost is a measurement of the amount of resources used for the production of goods or rendering services. Managing the cost directly influences the price reduction of product and increase in profit.

Cost Accounting helps in understanding the basic concepts and applications of cost principles to determine the cost of the product including the mechanism of Cost control and cost reduction. Cost accounting assists in furnishing correct and reliable cost data to the management as well as to stakeholders.

The subject Cost and Management Accounting helps you to understand and interpret the cost of the product and optimum utilization of existing resources which directly affects the decision making.

Company Secretaries are expected to advise business to keeps their costs low and improve the use of resources, increase revenue, analyze operations and suggest structural changes and influence decision making.

 The study of the paper helps you to ascertain the price, identify unprofitable products, ascertain the selling price, appropriation of cost expenses and cost control. Effective cost management prevents manipulation and fraud in the organization.

Management accounting is an applied discipline used in assigning value and revenue attribution to various business units. It also helps to give expert advice in financial reporting for the formulation and implementation of organizational strategies.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab provide in-depth knowledge on –

  1. Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting, Material Cost, Labour Cost, Direct Expenses and Overheads, Activity Based Costing (ABC), Cost Records, Costing Systems, Marginal Costing, Standard Costing, Budget, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Cost Accounting Records and Cost Audit.
  2. Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Statement, Fund Flow Statement and Management Reporting.

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CS Harish B K
CS Harish B K
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CS Hari Prasad M S
CS Hari Prasad M S
CA Lijil Lakshman
CA Lijil Lakshman
CA Ashish Gupta
CA Ashish Gupta
CS Shwetha Nadig
CS Shwetha Nadig
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Paper 3
Economic and Commercial Laws

Going Global – Every company intends to expand its business undertakings into a new horizon by entering into international agreements.Due to Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation remarkable economic reforms have earmarked that encourages Foreign trade resulting in ease of foreign transaction with less legal formalities and more incentives.

The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA) is enacted to consolidate and amend the law relating to foreign exchange to facilitate external trade and payments and for promoting the orderly development and maintenance of foreign exchange market in India. To manage foreign transactions and encourage Foreign trade – initiatives like Make in India, Digital India, and Skill India, is introduced in addition to recognizing SEZ, EOU, EHTP, STP, BTP etc for promoting Exports.

Company Secretaries are required to have a thorough knowledge of FEMA regulations including Registrations, licences, annual compliances and event-based compliances in order to be compliant with the law and avoid Penalties and offences.

Government enacted Foreign Exchange Management Act, 2000, Competition Act, 2002, Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 and amended Benami Transaction Prohibitions Act, Prevention of Money Laundering Act to deal with new categories of economic offences and CS Executive students are expected to be conversant and updated with legislations, rules and regulations and judicial pronouncements made from time to time.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab guides you to understand the concepts of capital account transactions, current account transactions, prohibited transactions, foreign currency convertibility, exchange rates, speculative trading etc., that play a crucial role in advising the company and rendering an expert opinion on FEMA issues.

Apart from FEMA, Students are required to understand certain Commercial legislation which have a direct bearing on the functioning of companies. Some of the legislations are Competition Act, 2002, Anti-Corruption Laws like Anti-Money Laundering, Benami Transactions, Commercial Laws like Contract Act which applies to every company in the normal course of business.

LearnCab provides coaching that helps CS Executive students to get acquainted with all the provisions of FEMA and Commercial law to make you better professional including –

  1. Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, Foreign Exchange Transactions & Compliances, Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010, Foreign Direct Investments, Foreign trade policy, Competition Act, 2002 and Consumer Protection Act, 1986
  2. Intellectual Property Rights, Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation, Prevention of Money Laundering, Indian Contracts Act, 1872, Transfer of Property Act, 1882 and Stamp Act.
  3. Essential Commodities Act, 1955, Legal Metrology Act, 2009, Law relating to societies, law relating to trusts, Industries Development and regulation, Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 and National Green Tribunal and Law relating to Registration of Documents

Overall, CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab introduces you to FEMA and related laws starting from RBI-the Central Bank, FCRA, FDI, FTP, SEZ and Commercial laws which directly affects the corporate entity.

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CA Ashwini K K
CA Ashwini K K
CA Cotha S Srinivas
CA Cotha S Srinivas
CA Divyansh Bansal
CA Divyansh Bansal
Subbaraman P
Subbaraman P
CA Jose Kurian
CA Jose Kurian
CA Justin Raj
CA Justin Raj
CA Praveen Jain
CA Praveen Jain
CA Ram Patil
CA Ram Patil
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Paper 4
Tax Laws and Practice

The taxes are the greatest source of revenue for the government. Various developments, activities, facilities, the expenditure of every other kind made by the Government for the welfare of the society is from the contribution of the people in the form of tax.Tax laws have been in existence from Kautilya’s ages.

A share in the profit had to be contributed to the King and such contribution is termed as Tax in the current era. Later, the British also collected taxes on income. After Independence, this tax law was freshly introduced through the Income Tax Act, 1961 for collecting and regulating tax laws.

At CS Executive level, Tax Laws includes a study of Direct Tax and Indirect Tax.

The CS Executive students need to be aware of various provisions and tax implications on the income earned, not only by individuals but also in the hands of various entities.

There are various provisions where tax is levied on

  • Income earned by the person under the 5 heads of Income
  • Direct as well as Indirect Tax
  • clubbed income (earned by spouse and child)
  • a business that is shut down/ merged
  • undisclosed income (called the Black Money)
  • income earned by NRI
  • tax on foreign income
  • Income earned by various entities (partnership, trust, company etc)
  • Instances where directors are liable to pay the tax of the company
  • GST

CS Executive students should be well versed with various exemptions, incentives, relief available to the taxpayers to guide clients in tax saving and tax planning.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab provides you a comprehensive study on –

  1. DIRECT TAXES – Basic concepts of Income Tax, Incomes which do not form part of Total Income, Computation of Income under Various Heads, Clubbing provisions and Set-Off and/or Carry Forward of Losses, Deductions from Gross Total Income & Rebate and Relief, Computation of Total Income and Tax Liability of various entities, MAT, Dividend Distribution Tax, TDS, TCS, Advance Tax, Assessment, Appeals & Revision, tax planning and tax management, Basic concepts of International taxation, Transfer Pricing and GAAR.
  2. Indirect Taxes – Goods and Service Tax

Online video lectures of LearnCab solves major case studies which assist CS Executive students in solving problems in practical scenarios.

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CA Rochelle D'sa
CA Rochelle D'sa
CA Chinmaya Hegde
CA Chinmaya Hegde
CA Srikanth M S
CA Srikanth M S
CA Vikas Oswal
CA Vikas Oswal
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Paper 5
Company Accounts and Auditing Practices

Accounting is the ‘Universal Language of Business’. It is the vehicle for reporting financial information about a business entity to the stakeholders. The financial statements are the end products of the accounting process and are prepared following the accounting concepts, principles and procedures. These are the sources of information based on which we conclude the profitability and the financial position of a company. The subject Company Accounts helps you to understand, interpret and present the results of the business to all the stakeholders.

Management of the company prepares the financial statements and only when auditor issues audit certificate, such audited financial statements are considered as reliable by stakeholders. There is a well-known saying that “where the function of Accountant ends, Audit begins, to determine the true and fair picture of such accounts”.

The audit is conducted to obtain reasonable assurance that financial statements are free from misstatement/incomplete and are reliable. The audit also assures that the financials are prepared following accounting policies and principles and all material transactions are properly disclosed.

Knowledge of Company Accounts and Auditing Practice helps Company Secretaries in assisting Board, taking management decisions, formulation of planning, formulation of corporate policies and setting an efficient control system. Hence, this subject Company Accounts and Auditing Practices for CS Executive is marked important to endeavor in the corporate sector.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab provide in-depth knowledge in various corporate laws including finance and management disciplines –

  1. Company Accounts – Accounting for Share Capital, Debentures, Corporate Restructuring, Consolidation of Accounts, Liquidation of company, Corporate Financial Reporting, Cash Flow Statements, Accounting Standards (AS), National and International Accounting Authorities.
  2. Auditing Practices – Auditing Concepts, Types of Company Audit, Internal Audit, Internal Control, Review of Internal Control, Audit Engagement and Documentation.

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CS Harish V K
CS Harish V K
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CA Rajiv Rabindran
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Paper 6
Capital Market and Securities Laws

Trading in the stock market is a well-known business in the modern era. Buying and selling of stock in the open market have opened up a new phase of growth/earning.Stock Market facilitates the mobilization of funds from small investors and channelizes these resources into various development needs of various sectors of the economy.

It is natural that where the money is involved, there also lies fraud, manipulation and malpractices. To curb these malpractices and give color to trading activities, SEBI was introduced.

SEBI, through various legislations, introduced strict provisions with the objective to protect the investors, improve market conditions and raise the standard of the Securities market.

A good and healthy securities market strengthens the economy of the nation. Securities law and capital market apply to listed companies in addition to the Companies Act, 2013.

Since, Securities market is the core area of practice for the Company Secretaries, the professionals need to be fully aware of various laws and regulations to guide the Board of Directors for smooth functioning and avoid penalties.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab provides a comprehensive study on various legislations.

Various legislations include –

  • Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956
  • Depositories Act, 1996
  • SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2018
  • SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
  • SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015
  • SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011
  • SEBI (Buyback of Securities) Regulations, 1998
  • SEBI (Share Based Employee Benefits) Regulations, 2014
  • SEBI (Issue of Sweat Equity) Regulations, 2002
  • SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009
  • SEBI (Ombudsman) Regulations, 2003
  • Mutual funds
  • Collective investment schemes
  • Intermediaries
  • Securities Market Intermediaries
  • ADR, GDR, ECB, FCCB
  • Real Estate Investment Trust and Infrastructure Investment trusts

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab introduce you to Securities Laws, Capital Market & Intermediaries and guides on the legal and regulatory framework for imparting in-depth knowledge of various legislations and provisions of SEBI.

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CS Mohan Kumar B K
CS Mohan Kumar B K
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CA Rajiv Rabindran
CA Anushree Bansal
CA Anushree Bansal
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Paper 7
Industrial, Labour and General Laws

Law is made with the object to provide security and socio-economic justice and plays a special role in the task of achieving socio-economic goals enshrined in the Constitution. In the absence of law, there would be chaos and it would be survival of the fittest – Not an ideal lifestyle for most of us. Thus, to have a civilized life in society, Law stands as the backbone and ensures justice by setting norms of conduct and behavior for all citizens.

Law is not static, it is drafted in conformity with the general statements, customs and aspirations of society and changes as circumstances and conditions in a society change to fit in the requirements. Knowledge of the law is very important on every walk of your life. Ignorance of the law is no excuse.

The constitution of India provides for Human Rights, Fundamental Rights which includes equal treatment and protection of labor. This paper includes in-depth study of Industrial and Labor laws introduced for the welfare of the laborers. Students at CS Executive level are expected to be well versed with Industrial and Labor laws to provide the best advice in complying with all the law applicable to industries. This paper in CS Executive takes you to various Acts drafted from the Constitution of India taking the key concepts, principles, pointers and procedures. The students of CS Executive need to know concepts, applications, procedures and case laws.

CS Executive Online video lectures of LearnCab give you brief insights about the legal and regulatory framework of Law and lets you discover the following aspects:

  1. Industrial and Labor Laws – Factories Act, 1948, Minimum Wages Act, 1948, . Payment of Wages Act, 1936, Equal Remuneration Act, 1976, Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948, Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952, Payment of Bonus Act, 1965, Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972, Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923, Contract Labor (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970, Maternity Benefit Act,1961, The Child and Adolescent Labor (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946, . Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Indian Trade Union Act, 1926, The Labor Laws (Simplification of Procedure for Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988, Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959, Apprentices Act, 1961 and Labor Audit covering the above Acts and those Industry Specific Acts.
  1. General Laws- Constitution of India, Interpretation of Statutes, An Overview of Law relating to Specific Relief; Limitation and Evidence, Code of Civil Procedure, Indian Penal Code and Criminal Procedure Code and Right to Information.

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A Company Secretary is also a governance officer and supports the Board in keeping the compliance levels very high in the organization. Therefore, having knowledge of jurisprudence, interpretation and essential basic laws of the legal systems of the country applicable to most organizations is a must for a Company Secretary. A Company Secretary should understand the legal principles and legal philosophy behind Law rather than just having knowledge of the Law and legal concepts. Further understanding of the statutes covered under ‘General Laws’ such as Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Evidence Act, Stamp Act, etc., provides solid ground for Company Secretaries either in employment or in practice.

The best way to study this subject, CS Executive Company Law, on LearnCab is to watch the videos actively. Use our study notes and map keywords in every paragraph. This will help you to revise in the easiest possible way before the CS Executive exam.

Also, one of the major challenges is to keep yourself updated with the changes in the body of Laws that include recent amendments, notifications, etc. that are applicable for your exam. At LearnCab, we make sure our material is up to date, so do not forget to subscribe to our CS Executive newsletter and/or blog. This way, you will know when we update our material to reflect the changes.

The faculty who teaches CS Executive Company Law paper is CS Dattari. He holds 2nd rank from Mysore University. Mr. Dattatri has over 16+ years of hands-on experience in corporate, legal, secretarial matters. He was the Chairman of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, Bangalore Chapter.

This paper, Cost and Management Accounting, is more commonly known as costing. It is one of the most interesting papers in the CS Executive course. Costing is important for a CS to understand the internal workings of an organization. Businesses need to keep their costs at a minimum, as well as leverage their resources properly.

Students face difficulty in the paper due to the following reasons:

  • Ignoring theory
  • Inadequate practice (written or otherwise!)
  • Not referring to the previous papers
  • Lack of understanding of formulae and concepts

If you analyze these reasons, it all boils down to fear and the reputation of the paper. That is why the faculty who teach this paper says that you do not have to fear this particular subject. Costing comes down to common sense. With a good understanding of theory, you should be able to do well. It is also a great chance for you to gain an exemption!

The way the faculty approach the study is by emphasizing the fundamentals and showing you how they are applied in various situations. They go over past CS Executive exam papers and suggested answers from the Institute. At LearnCab, we will provide you with further mock exams and papers so that you get enough practice to be prepared.

The faculty encourage you to ask questions to help clear your doubts. You can use our doubt clearing facility where we forward your questions to the relevant subject matter experts.

While studying, we suggest that you take an active role rather than a passive one. You should take short notes while you watch the CS Executive videos. This way you will retain concepts in your memory. Our CS Executive illustrated notes that provide a concise summary of the videos will also help you in this regard.

Faculties teaching CS Executive Cost and Management Accounting paper at LearnCab: CMA Raveendranath Kaushik and CA Hariharan.

CMA Raveendranath Kaushik is a Cost and Management Accountant by profession. He has over 8 years’ teaching experience as a trainer for students of Professional courses (CA/CS/CMA) at various institutions and professional bodies. He is also the guest faculty at ICAI Bengaluru chapter. He holds PG degrees in Economics, Finance and Tax laws, and is also an MPhil in Economics. He is certified by IIT (Institute of International Trade) – Centre for WTO Studies in International Taxation. He is currently a consultant at Raveendranath Kaushik & Associates.

CA Hariharan is one of the most well-known and popular faculty for Costing at ICAI branches and various institutions in South India. He has over 10+ years in teaching CA students and is fondly known as the “Costing Guru”. A recipient of the CM’s award in excellence in Academics, he is dedicated and passionate about teaching. This is reflected in his amazing record of 38 continuous hours of teaching at the ICAI Trivandrum branch.

At the CA Foundation level, you have been introduced to the basics of Business laws. At CS Executive level, you will be studying in-depth about business laws along with other important legislation such as Foreign Exchange Management and Competition Act.  As such this CS Executive paper is known as Economic and Commercial Laws. These are also areas of Practice for Company Secretaries. The subject is a combination of laws relating to Foreign Exchange Management, Competition, and other Business Laws. Legislations like the Consumer Protection Act, Legal Metrology Act, Transfer of Property Act forms part of other Business Laws.

As usual, when studying for any paper that relates to laws, the main challenge is to keep yourself updated on the latest changes. Refer to the Bare Acts to understand the provisions better. Solve as many mock papers as possible and use our CS Executive illustrated study notes to get a summary of the content. We do suggest that when viewing the CS Executive video lectures, you may short notes of your own. This way, you will be engaged with the content and you get a better recall of the topics covered.

The faculty who teaches CS Executive Economic and Commercial Laws paper at LearnCab is CS Hariprasad. He is a company secretary by profession and is also an advocate accredited by the Bar Council of India. He has extensive experience in teaching and in the domain. He is a holder of various degrees and certifications including B.A., LLB., ACS., PGDIPRL. and MBL.

The idea behind this paper, Tax Laws and Practice, is to impart conceptual understanding to the students about the provisions of the Direct Tax Laws (Income Tax) and Indirect Tax Laws (GST and Customs). Also, as a CS, it is incumbent on your part to know about tax implications for Companies and Individuals. Tax is also one of the areas of practice for CS. At CS Executive level, you will be learning more about Direct Taxes such as Income Tax Rules, Clubbing of Income, etc. This will build a base for you to study further Tax Laws at the Professional level where the focus is on analyzing and Interpreting laws to solve complex problems.

At LearnCab, we understand that this syllabus is vast and requires a lot of time to learn. That is why, with our unique credit-based subscription model, you will be able to plan your learning smartly and effectively. Not only that, we update our content as soon as there are any changes to the CS Executive laws so that your knowledge remains current for your upcoming exam.

Faculties teaching CS Executive Tax Laws and Practice paper are, Professor P. Subbaraman and CA Praveen Jain.

Professor P. Subbaraman is quite renowned in South India and is known as “The Tax Master” by students. He has over 12 years’ experience in teaching CA students and is reputed faculty at various Institutions in South India. He is an MBA by qualification.

CA Praveen Jain has 5+ Years of teaching experience at various esteemed academies and Institutions and is a Chartered Accountant by Profession. A partner at RaguPrashanth & Associates, Chartered Accountants, Coimbatore, he has hands-on experience in the field of Indirect Taxation.

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Every CS needs to have technical knowledge about Accounts. You need to know about investment decisions, dividend decisions, valuation, securities, risk analysis & management, etc. so that you build logical reasoning and strategic thinking skills so that you can apply this in the practical environment.

You will also need to know auditing practices because one of your responsibilities would be as a secretarial auditor. But keeping up with the latest legislation is difficult. So that is why we continuously update our content to keep up with the latest changes. Also, we suggest that because this paper is practical, you should solve a lot of problems and quizzes. Our quizzes at the end of every CS Executive video lecture act as a steppingstone for further practice!

The faculty in charge of teaching CS Executive Company Accounts & Auditing Practices paper are CA Srikanth MS and CA Chinmaya Hedged. CA Srikanth MS teaching experience covers than 5 years, and during this period, he has taught over 800 students at different levels of CS Foundation, CS Executive, and CS Final. He believes that the online medium is the best way to reach out to more students. He specializes in the field of Accounting, Auditing & Assurances, Taxation especially Indirect Taxes, and has over 6 years’ experience working in these domains. He is currently the General Manager, Finance at Jain Housing & Constructions Limited. His knowledge of Auditing Practices makes him a perfect fit for teaching this subject at the CS Intermediate level.

As mentioned, CA Chinmaya Hegde is the other faculty in charge of teaching this paper. His teaching experience covers all three levels of the Chartered Accountancy Course over a period of 6 years in various academies such as Samvit Academy and CAPs. He is a rank holder in all three levels (13th rank in CA Foundation, 3rd rank in CA Intermediate and 39th rank in CA Final).

Securities law is one of the core areas of practice and expertise for a Company Secretary. At CS Executive level you will be studying various provisions under the Securities Law, its rules and regulations such as Securities Contracts (Regulations) Act 1956, SEBI-Listing Regulations, Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements, Insider Trading, etc. Expert level knowledge in this subject is expected to apply the legal provisions and solve case studies.

At LearnCab CS Executive Level, we suggest that you refer to the Bare Act for studying law-related subjects. You should also make short notes of your own while watching our CS Executive video lectures for a quick recall of concepts. Not only that, you should not skip any topic; understand the CS Executive syllabus thoroughly. Our CS Executive video lectures cover the complete syllabus and so there are no excuses for lack of knowledge!

The scope of work for a CS extends to understanding various labour and industrial laws as one of the most important responsibilities of a CS incorporate is to ensure compliance of all applicable laws. Being an aspirant of the Company Secretary profession, you are expected to understand general Laws that govern us such as Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Right to Information, etc. That is why, ICSI has introduced this CS Executive paper, Industrial, Labour, and General Laws, at the CS Executive Level.

At LearnCab CS Executive Course, we know that students face difficulty in recalling concepts. That is why we have supplanted our CS Executive videos with illustrative study notes. These are presented in a graphical manner to make them memorable. Refer to them while watching the CS Executive video lectures. And make notes of your own! This way, by actively watching lectures of CS Executive, you get a deeper understanding of the subject.

CS Mohan B.K. is in charge of teaching this subject. He is a Company Secretary by profession and has a lot of experience in teaching professional students. He is also an advocate accredited by the bar council of India.

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Paper Subjects No of Lectures
Paper 1 Company Law 110
Paper 2 Cost And Management Accounting 98
Paper 3 Economic And Commercial Laws 24
Paper 4 Tax Laws And Practice 267
Paper 5 Company Accounts And Auditing Practices 130
Paper 6 Capital Market And Securities Laws 38
Paper 7 Industrial, Labour and General Laws 37
Total 695

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Module 1

  1. Jurisprudence, Interpretation & General Laws
  2. Company Law
  3. Setting up of Business Entities and Closure
  4. Tax Laws

MODULE 2

  1. Corporate & Management Accounting
  2. Securities Laws & Capital Markets
  3. Economic, Business and Commercial Laws
  4. Financial and Strategic Management

Our unique credit based subscription system allows you to watch any CS Executive lecture an unlimited number of times as you wish.

Our CS Executive  Online Classes & video lectures cover the all papers and concepts of CS Executive  as specified in the ICSI syllabus. Our students have the freedom to watch what they want when they want on any device they want. Total freedom guaranteed!

A student, who has either passed the Executive Programme examination of the Institute (or exempted thereof) is eligible for seeking registration to Executive Programme. Further, students who have passed their Bachelor’s Degree Examinations in any subject (except in Fine Arts) are eligible to seek registration directly to Executive Programme.