The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), the only certifying body for Company Secretary aspirants will start CS examinations from 2 June 2014.


The Company Secretaryship Course conducted by ICSI is held in three parts:

  • Foundation Programme,
  • Executive Programme and
  • Professional Programme.


Candidates having cleared 10+2 are eligible for the Foundation Programme, those having cleared the Foundation Programme or have completed Graduation are eligible for the Executive Programme. Clearing the Executive Programme is necessary to be eligible for the Professional Programme.



Executive Programme (Old Syllabus)
1. General and Commercial Laws (Module-I): 2 June
2. Company Accounts, Cost and Management Accounting (Module-I): 3 June
3. Tax Laws (Module-I): 4 June
4. Company Law (Module-II): 6 June
5. Economic and Labor Laws (Module-II): 7 June
6. Securities Laws and Compliances (Module-II): 9 June

Executive Programme (New Syllabus)

1. Company Law (Module-I): 2 June
2. Cost and Management Accounting (Module-I): 3 June
3. Economic and Commercial Laws (Module-I): 4 June
4. Tax Laws and Practice (Module-I): 6 June
5. Company Accounts and Auditing Practices (Module-II): 7 June
6. Capital Markets and Securities Laws (Module-II): 9 June
7. Industrial, Labor and General Laws (Module-II): 10 June

Professional Programme (Old Syllabus)

1. Company Secretarial Practice (Module-I): 2 June
2. Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings (Module-I): 3 June
3. Financial, Treasure and Forex Management (Module-II): 4 June
4. Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency (Module-II): 5 June
5. Strategic Management, Alliances and International Trade (Module-III): 6 June
6. Advanced Tax Laws and Practice (Module-III): 7 June
7. Due Diligence and Corporate Compliance Management (Module-IV): 8 June
8. Governance, Business Ethics and Sustainability (Module-IV): 9 June

Professional Programme (New Syllabus)

1. Advanced Company Law and Practice (Module – I): 2 June
2. Secretarial Audit, Compliance Management and Due Diligence (Module – I): 3 June
3. Corporate Restructuring, Valuation and Insolvency (Module – I): 4 June
4. Information Technology and System Audit (Module – II): 5 June
5. Financial, Treasury and Forex Management (Module – II): 6 June
6. Ethics, Governance and Sustainability (Module – II): 7 June
7. Advanced Tax Laws and Practice (Module – III): 8 June
8. Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings (Module – III): 9 June
9. Elective (Module – III) Banking Law and Practice OR Capital Commodity and Money Market OR Insurance Law and Practice OR Intellectual Property Rights – Law and Practice OR International Business Laws and Practices: 10 June


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