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Company Secretaryship

An important member of a corporate management team is the Company Secretary, who assists the efficient management of a corporate body. The role of the Company Secretary is that of an advisor to the management of the company with regard to legal and business matters.

It is a statutory requirement that all companies with a paid up share capital of a minimum of Rs. 50 lakhs are required to appoint a Company Secretary.

Company secretaries find employment at senior posts with the Government of India, and on the panel of bodies such as the Bureau of Public Enterprises, State Government Financial Institutions, and Stock Exchanges , and in Grades 1 to 4 in the accounts branch of the Central Government Law services of the Department of Company Affairs, as specialists in the fields of finance, law, accounts, and merchant banking of nationalised banks. Qualified company secretaries can also join academics, as lecturers in universities.


Those who have passed the 10+2 or an equivalent examination can enrol for the foundation course.
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Course Details:

Company Secretaryship course is divided into three sections. Foundation, Intermediate and Final. After the final exam the candidate has to undergo practical training.
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The entire process of training for a career as a Company Secretary is conducted by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, ICSI House, 22,Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
The institute has 4 regional offices at Calcutta, Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai. In addition, there are 4 regional councils under their jurisdiction, and 36 chapters located in various cities.
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Job Prospects:

* Company Secretaries can find employment in the following areas :
* In the corporate sector (public sector as well as private sector)
* Banks
* Financial institutions
* Stock exchanges
* The Department of Company Affairs
* Company law boards
* Government departments.
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