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SUBJECTS TIMING FACULTY    
Corporate & Management Accounting

( T / T / S )

8:00  to 9:30 am CMA CHANDAR DUREJA 10TH NOV 6000
Securities Laws & Capital Markets

( M / W / F )

12:00  to  1:30 pm CS PANKAJ KUMAR 10TH NOV 6000
Economic, Business and Commercial Laws ( M / W / F ) 2:00  to 3:30 pm CS PANKAJ KUMAR 10TH NOV 6000
Financial and Strategic Management

( T / T / S )

10:00 to 11:30 am CMA CHANDAR DUREJA 10TH NOV 6000
TOTAL 24000
AFTER DISCOUNT 22000

CS Executive Module-2 Live Classes all subject

Name of the subject & Faculty Name:

Paper 5 – Corporate & Management Accounting: Taught by CMA Chander Dureja.
Paper 6 – Securities Laws & Capital Markets: Taught by CS Pankaj Kumar.
Paper 7 – Economic, Business and Commercial Laws: Taught by CS Pankaj Kumar.
Paper 8 – Financial and Strategic Management: Taught by CMA Chandar Dureja.

The subject aims to test the following strengths of the student:

Understanding of the accounting system of the Company.
Using the concepts of Corporate & Management Accounting in the practical business functioning.
Understand the basics concepts of Securities Laws & Capital Markets.
Basic understanding of the working capital markets of India.
Understanding of the concepts of Economic, Business and Commercial Laws
To get an expertise knowledge in NBFCs
Understand the basics concepts of Financial and Strategic Management.
To have a practical knowledge of the financial management to develop the skills in taking investment and financial decisions of the Company.

Name of Topics:

A: Corporate & Management Accounting

Part – I Corporate Accounting
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Introduction to Corporate Accounting
Share capital accounting
Debenture Accounting
Company Accounts and topics related to it
Interpretation of Financial statements
Accounts consolidation as per the Companies Act, 2013
Corporate financial reporting
Cash flow statements
Accounting standards
National and international Accounting authorities
Adoption and Interpretation of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards)

Part – II Management Accounting and Valuation

Cost Overview
Records of cost Accounting and cost audit under the Companies Act, 2013
Ratio analysis

B: Securities Laws & Capital Markets:

Part – I Securities Law
Securities contract regulation act, 1956
Securities and exchange board of India Act, 1992
Depositories Act, 1996
Overview of SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009
SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009 rechristened as SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2018
An Overview of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
An Overview of SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011
SEBI (Buyback of Securities) Regulations, 1998
SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009
Overview of SEBI (Share Based Employee Benefits) Regulations, 2014
Overview of SEBI (Issue of Sweat Equity) Regulations, 2002
SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015

Mutual Funds
Collective Investment Schemes
SEBI (Ombudsman) Regulations, 2003

Part – II Capital Market & Intermediaries

Structure of capital markets
Securities market intermediaries

C: Economic, Business and Commercial Laws

Part – I Foreign Exchange Management & NBFCs
Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
Foreign exchange management act, 1999
Foreign exchange transactions & Compliances
Foreign contribution regulation act, 2010
Foreign direct investments – regulatory & FDI policy
Overseas direct investment
Liberalized remittance scheme
ECB (External commercial borrowings)
Foreign trade policies and procedures
NBFCs (Non-banking finance companies)
Special economic zones act, 2005

Part – II Competition Law

Competition act, 2002

Part – III Business & Commercial Law

Consumer Protection

Consumer protection act, 1986
Essential commodities act, 1955
Legal Metrology act, 2009

Property Law

Transfer of property act, 1882
Real estate act, 2016

Anti-corruption Laws

Benami transaction prohibitions act
Prevention of money laundering

Business Laws

Indian contracts act, 1872
Specific relief act, 1963
Sales of goods act, 1930
Partnership act, 1932
Negotiable Instrument act, 1881

D: Financial and Strategic Management

Part – I Financial Management
Nature and scope of financial management
Capital budgeting
Capital structure
Sourcing of raising long-term finance
Cost of capital
Project finance
Dividend policy
Working capital
Security Analysis
Portfolio Management
Introduction to management

Part – II Strategic Management

Introduction to strategic management
Business policy and formulation of functional strategy
Strategic analysis and planning
Strategic implementation and control
Analysing strategic edge

Why take Pen Drive video Classes from CD Classes?

Our Pen Drive video classes are one of the best in the country due to the following reasons:

Up-to-Date Syllabus: Our study material for CS is at par with the current guidelines. Moreover, the past question papers are also kept in mind while preparing the curriculum.

Teaching Faculty: The faculty teaching the CS subjects is highly professional and have both extensive knowledge and experience when it comes to teaching challenging subjects.

Previous Results: The past results and records for our students were excellent. Most of the students who took our Pen Drive video classes have cleared the paper in one go. Moreover, our overall feedback is outstanding.
CS Executive Module-1 & 2 Live Online Classes all subjects

Model 1:

Jurisprudence, Interpretation & General Laws – Paper 1: CS Pankaj Kumar teaches the subject.
Company Law – Paper 2: CS Simranjit teaches the subject.
Setting up of Business Entities and Closure – Paper 3: CS Pankaj Kumar & CS Simranjeet teach the subject.
Tax Laws – Paper 4 – CA Sachin Gupta teaches the subject.

Model 2:

Paper 5 – Corporate & Management Accounting: Taught by CMA Chander Dureja
Paper 6 – Securities Laws & Capital Markets: Taught by CS Pankaj Kumar
Paper 7 – Economic, Business and Commercial Laws: Taught by CS Pankaj Kumar.
Paper 8 – Financial and Strategic Management: Taught by CMA Chandar Dureja

Name of Topics:

Model 1:

A: Jurisprudence, Interpretation & General Laws:
The different sources of law
Constitution of India
Interpretation of the statues
General Clauses Act, 1897
Administrative laws
Laws of torts
Limitation Act, 1963
Civil Procedure Code, 1908
Indian Penal Code, 1860
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Indian Evidence Act, 1872
Special courts, tribunals under companies act & other legislations
Arbitration and conciliation Act, 1996
Indian Stamp Act, 1899
Registration Act, 1908: Registration of documents
Right to Information Act, 2005
Information Technology Act, 2000

B: Company Law:

Introduction to Company Law
Shares and Share capital
Members and shareholders
Debt Instruments
Charges
Distribution of profits
Corporate Social Responsibility
Accounts, Audit and Auditors
Transparency and Disclosures
Overview of the inter corporate loans, investments, guarantees and security and related party transactions
Register and records
Overview of the corporate organizations
Introduction to MCA21 and filing of XBRL
Global trends and development in Company Law
Board constitution and its powers
Directors
Key managerial persons and their remunerations
Board meetings and the committees
General meetings
Virtual meetings
Legal framework that governs the company secretaries
Secretarial standard boards
Mega firms

C: Business Entities and Closure

Choices of Business Organization
Company – Private, Public, One-person company, Producer company, Foreign company – branch office & project office
Charter documents of companies
Alteration of charter documents
Legal status of registered companies
Limited liability partnership
Other forms of business organizations
Institutions not for profit & NGOs
Financial services organization
Start-ups
Joint ventures; special purpose vehicles
Setting up of the business outside India
Conversions of the existing business organizations
Initial registrations and the licenses
Maintenance of the registers and records
Identification of the laws applicable to the different industries and the initial compliances
Intellectual property laws
Compliances under the labour laws
Compliances relating to the environment laws
Dormant company
Insolvency resolution process, liquidation and winding-up

D: Tax Laws

Part – A
Introduction to Direct Tax and basic concepts.
Incomes that do not form a part of the total Income.
Computation of the total income under heads.
Deductions from the gross total income and the relief
Computation of the total income and the tax liabilities of the entities
Classification and the tax incidence
Procedural compliance
Appeals, assessment and revision

Part – B

– Goods and Service Tax

Introduction to Indirect Tax and the basic concepts
Basics of Goods and Service Tax
Concepts of – time, value and place of the taxable supplies
Overview of the computation of GST liability and input tax credit
Procedural compliance under GST
Overview of IGST (Integrated Goods and Service Tax), UTGST (Union Territory Goods and Service Tax) and the compensation of GST to states

Customs Act

Overview of the customs Act
Case laws, case studies and the practical aspects

Model 2:

A: Corporate & Management Accounting

Part – I Corporate Accounting
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Introduction to Corporate Accounting
Share capital accounting
Debenture Accounting
Company Accounts and topics related to it
Interpretation of Financial statements
Accounts consolidation as per the Companies Act, 2013
Corporate financial reporting
Cash flow statements
Accounting standards
National and international Accounting authorities
Adoption and Interpretation of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards)

Part – II Management Accounting and Valuation

Cost Overview
Records of cost Accounting and cost audit under the Companies Act, 2013
Ratio analysis

B: Securities Laws & Capital Markets:

Part – I Securities Law
Securities contract regulation act, 1956
Securities and exchange board of India Act, 1992
Depositories Act, 1996
Overview of SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009
SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009 rechristened as SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2018
An Overview of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
An Overview of SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011
SEBI (Buyback of Securities) Regulations, 1998
SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009
Overview of SEBI (Share Based Employee Benefits) Regulations, 2014
Overview of SEBI (Issue of Sweat Equity) Regulations, 2002
SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015

Mutual Funds
Collective Investment Schemes
SEBI (Ombudsman) Regulations, 2003

Part – II Capital Market & Intermediaries

Structure of capital markets
Securities market intermediaries

C: Economic, Business and Commercial Laws

Part – I Foreign Exchange Management & NBFCs
Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
Foreign exchange management act, 1999
Foreign exchange transactions & Compliances
Foreign contribution regulation act, 2010
Foreign direct investments – regulatory & FDI policy
Overseas direct investment
Liberalized remittance scheme
ECB (External commercial borrowings)
Foreign trade policies and procedures
NBFCs (Non-banking finance companies)
Special economic zones act, 2005

Part – II Competition Law

Competition act, 2002

Part – III Business & Commercial Law

Consumer Protection

Consumer protection act, 1986
Essential commodities act, 1955
Legal Metrology act, 2009

Property Law

Transfer of property act, 1882
Real estate act, 2016

Anti-corruption Laws

Benami transaction prohibitions act
Prevention of money laundering

Business Laws

Indian contracts act, 1872
Specific relief act, 1963
Sales of goods act, 1930
Partnership act, 1932
Negotiable Instrument act, 1881

D: Financial and Strategic Management

Part – I Financial Management
Nature and scope of financial management
Capital budgeting
Capital structure
Sourcing of raising long-term finance
Cost of capital
Project finance
Dividend policy
Working capital
Security Analysis
Portfolio Management
Introduction to management

Part – II Strategic Management

Introduction to strategic management
Business policy and formulation of functional strategy
Strategic analysis and planning
Strategic implementation and control
Analysing strategic edge

Why take Pen Drive video Classes from CD Classes?

Our Pen Drive video classes are one of the best in the country due to the following reasons:

Up-to-Date Syllabus: Our study material for CS is at par with the current guidelines. Moreover, the past question papers are also kept in mind while preparing the curriculum.

Teaching Faculty: The faculty teaching the CS subjects is highly professional and have both extensive knowledge and experience when it comes to teaching challenging subjects.

Previous Results: The past results and records for our students were excellent. Most of the students who took our Pen Drive video classes have cleared the paper in one go. Moreover, our overall feedback is outstanding.

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