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  1. REGISTRATION UNDER GST       Person liable for Registration – Section 22     Who is Liable for Registration?   Every supplier shall be liable for Registration in the State or Union Territory (Other than Special Category States) if Aggregate Turnover in a Financial YearRead more

    REGISTRATION UNDER GST

     

     

     

    Person liable for Registration – Section 22

     

     

    Who is Liable for Registration?

     

    • Every supplier shall be liable for Registration in the State or Union Territory (Other than Special Category States) if Aggregate Turnover in a Financial Year Exceeds :-

     

    • If Supplier of Goods – Forty Lakh Rupees
    • If Supplier of Services – Twenty Lakh Rupees

     

    • If Supplier is from Special Category States then the Turnover Limit is reduced to Ten Lakh Rupees

     

     

    What is Aggregate Turnover?

     

    • ‘Aggregate Turnover’ shall include all supplies made by the taxable person, whether on his own account or made on behalf of all his principals

     

    • Section 2(6) of the CGST Act, defines “aggregate turnover” means the aggregate value of all taxable supplies (excluding the value of inward supplies on which tax is payable by a person on reverse charge basis), exempt supplies, exports of goods or services or both and inter-State supplies of persons having the same Permanent Account Number, to be computed on all India basis but excludes central tax, State tax, Union territory tax, integrated tax and cess;

     

    • Example :

    Mr. ABC owns a Agricultural Land & earns Rs. 1.00 Crore by selling Rice Produce, this is Exempt Activity under GST Act.

    However He also deals in trading of business from which he gets Rs. 6 Lakh Rupees Annually, this Activity is Taxable under GST

     

    Is Mr ABC Liable for Registration?

    Yes, Because aggregate turnover includes exempt supply also & aggregate turnover of Mr ABC exceeds threshold limit of Rs. 40 Lakh

     

     

    Person Not Liable to Registration – Section 23

     

    • Person engaged exclusively in the business of supplying goods or services or both that are not liable to tax or wholly exempt from tax under CGST Act or IGST Act

     

    • An agriculturist, to the extent of supply of produce out of cultivation of land.

     

    • The Government may, on the recommendations of the GST Council by notification, specify the category of persons who may be exempted from obtaining registration

     

    Person Liable for Compulsory Registration – Section 24

     

    • Persons making any inter-State taxable supply

     

    • Casual taxable persons making taxable supply;

     

    • Persons who are required to pay tax under reverse charge;

     

    • Person who are required to pay tax under sub-section (5) of section 9;

     

    • Non-resident taxable persons making taxable supply;

     

    • Persons who are required to deduct tax under section 51, whether or not separately registered under this Act;

     

    • Persons who make taxable supply of goods or services or both on behalf of other taxable persons whether as an agent or otherwise;

     

    • Input Service Distributor, whether or not separately registered under this Act;

     

    • Persons who supply goods or services or both, other than supplies specified under sub-section (5) of section 9, through such electronic commerce operator who is required to collect tax at source under section 52;

     

    • Every electronic commerce operator;

     

    • Every person supplying online information and database access or retrieval services from a place outside India to a person in India, other than a registered person; and

     

    • Such other person or class of persons as may be notified by the Government on the recommendations of the Council

     

    Procedure for GST Registration – Section 25

     

    • Person Liable to take registration under Section 22(Aggregate T/O exceeding Threshold Limit) or Section 24 (Compulsory Registration) shall apply for GST Number within 30 days from the date he is liable to register.

     

    • In case a person having multiple business verticals in a State or Union territory may be granted a separate registration for each business vertical

     

    • In case person is Casual Taxable Person or Non-Resident Taxable Person shall apply 5 days prior to commencement of business

     

    • If a person wants to register Voluntarily i.e. even if person does not fall under Sec 22 or Sec 24 he can apply for GST Number & comply the all provisions of GST Act as applicable to a registered person

     

    • A person who has obtained or is require to obtain more than one Registration whether in one State or Union Territory or Multiple Territory shall be considered as DISTINCT PERSON for purpose of GST Act.

     

    • If Person is liable to registration and fails to register himself under GST Act, then proper officer may take suitable action as mentioned in the Law

     

    • Any specialized agency of the UNO or any other organisation as notified by the commissioner shall be granted Unique Identity Number for all purposes including refund of taxes

     

    • The registration or Unique Identity Number shall be issued as per procedure or shall be deemed to have been granted within period of 7 days

     

     

    Deemed Registration – Section 26

     

    • The grant of registration or issuance of the Unique Identity Number to a person or applicant under the GST Act, and shall to be deemed to be granted within 30 days subject to that there is no rejection of application under the Act

     

    Provisions relating to casual taxable person and non-resident taxable person – Section 27

     

    • Registration granted to casual taxable person or non-resident taxable person is valid for period mentioned in certificate or 90 days from date of registration whichever is earlier.

     

    • Validity of Certificate further can be extended for more 90 days by proper officer on sufficient cause mentioned by the said taxable person.

     

    Amendment of Registration – Section 28

     

    • Every Person who is registered under the GST Act shall inform to proper officer about any changes in the registration within 15 days of such change.

     

    • Such Changes can be done by logging on the GST Portal & applying to Amendment to Core Field or Non-Core Field.

     

    Cancellation of GST Registration – Section 29

     

    • Cancellation of Registration on application filed by Registered Taxable Person

     

    • the business has been discontinued, transferred fully for any reason including death of the proprietor, amalgamated with other legal entity, demerged or otherwise disposed of; or

     

    • There is any change in the constitution of the business; or

     

    • The taxable person, other than the person registered as voluntarily , is no longer liable to be registered under section 22 or section 24

     

    Provided that during pendency of the proceedings relating to cancellation of registration filed by the registered person, the registration may be suspended for such period

     

    • Cancellation of Registration by Proper Officer from any date (including Retrospective Date)
      • A registered person has contravened such provisions of the Act or the rules made thereunder as may be prescribed; or

     

    • A person paying tax under section 10 ( composition levy scheme ) has not furnished returns for three consecutive tax periods; or

     

    • Any registered person, other than a person specified in clause (b), has not furnished returns for a continuous period of six months; or

     

    • Any person who has taken voluntary registration under sub-section (3) of section 25 has not commenced business within six months from the date of registration; or

     

    • Registration has been obtained by means of fraud, wilful misstatement or suppression of facts:

     

    Provided that the proper officer shall not cancel the registration without giving the person an opportunity of being heard.

     

    Provided that is there is any pendency of proceedings relating to cancellation, then officer may suspend the registration for such period in manner prescribed

     

    • Cancellation of Registration won’t affect the liability of the person to pay tax and other dues under this Act for any period prior to date of cancellation whether such dues after determined after or before date of cancellation

     

    • The cancellation of registration under the State Goods and Services Tax Act or the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, as the case may be, shall be deemed to be a cancellation of registration under CGST Act as well.

     

    • Every registered person whose registration is cancelled shall pay an amount, by way of debit in the electronic credit ledger or electronic cash ledger, equivalent to the credit of input tax in respect of –

     

    • inputs held in stock or
    • inputs contained in semi-finished or
    • finished goods held in stock or
    • capital goods or plant and machinery

     

    on the day immediately preceding the date of such cancellation or the output tax payable on such goods, whichever is higher, calculated in such manner as may be prescribed:

     

    • Provided that in case of capital goods or plant and machinery, the taxable person shall pay an amount equal to the input tax credit taken on the said capital goods or plant and machinery, reduced by such percentage points as may be prescribed or the tax on the transaction value of such capital goods or plant and machinery under section 15, whichever is higher

     

    • The amount payable as mentioned above shall be calculated in such manner as may be prescribed

     

    Revocation of Cancellation of Registration – Section 30

     

    • Application Revocation of cancellation of the registration within 30 days from the date of service of the cancellation order in cases where Registration is called by proper Officer.

     

    • Period of 30 Days may further be extended by 30 days by the Additional Commissioner or the Joint Commissioner, as the case may

     

    • Further such period can be extended for 30 days by the Commissioner

     

    • The proper officer either revokes cancellation of the registration or rejects the application, but before rejection of application the proper officer should be given an opportunity of being heard by the applicant.

     

     

    The revocation of cancellation of registration under SGST Act, and UTGST Act, as the case may be shall be deemed to be a revocation of cancellation of registration under section 30 of the CGST Act

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Which of the following should be done to establish the relationship between HoF and the family members? A) Verify the ...Read more

Which of the following should be
done to establish the relationship
between HoF and the family
members?
A) Verify the POR document.
B) Interview the family members.
C) Ask for DNA report.
D) Verify with the neighbours of the family.

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  1. CBIC notifies omission of provisions u/s 35(5) of the CGST Act, 2017 relating to submission of audited annual reconciliation statement in Form GSTR 9C, i.e. now Annual GST Return can be submitted on a ‘self certification’ basis. Also, CBIC notifies exemption from submission of Annual GST Return (FYRead more

    CBIC notifies omission of provisions u/s 35(5) of the CGST Act, 2017 relating to submission of audited annual reconciliation statement in Form GSTR 9C, i.e. now Annual GST Return can be submitted on a ‘self certification’ basis. Also, CBIC notifies exemption from submission of Annual GST Return (FY 2020-21) in the cases where the aggregate annual turnover of the registered person is upto Rs. 2 crores.

    In this regard CBIC has issued 3 Notifications on 30/07/2021, which are applicable w.e.f. 01/08/20212. These Notifications have been issued in line with the amendments made vide Section 110 and 111 of the the Finance Act 2021, having effect of omission of section 35(5) and substitution of section 44, respectively, of the CGST Act, 2017.

    It may be noted that the timeline for submission of Annual GST return for FY 2020-21 continues to be 31/12/2021.

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  1. 1. Savings/Current account For an individual, the cash deposit limit in a savings account is Rs. 1 lakh. If a savings account holder deposits more than Rs. 1 lakh in one's savings account, then the income tax department may send income tax notice. Similarly, for current account holders, the limit isRead more

    1. Savings/Current account

    For an individual, the cash deposit limit in a savings account is Rs. 1 lakh. If a savings account holder deposits more than Rs. 1 lakh in one’s savings account, then the income tax department may send income tax notice. Similarly, for current account holders, the limit is Rs. 50 lakh and on violation of this limit may also be liable for income tax notice.

    2. Credit Card bill payment

    While paying credit card bill, one should not cross the Rs. 1 lakh limit. Violation of this cash limit in credit card bill payment doesn’t go well with the Income Tax Department.

    3. Bank FD (fixed deposit)

    Cash deposit in bank FD is allowed but it should not go beyond Rs. 10 lakh. Violation of this Rs. 10 lakh limit is also not advisable for a bank depositor making cash deposit in one’s bank FD account.

    4. Mutual fund/stock market/bond/debenture

    People investing in mutual funds, stocks, bond or debenture must ensure that its cash infusion in the above mentioned investment options doesn’t go beyond Rs. 10 lakh limit. Failing to maintain this cash infusion limit may lead to the income tax department checking your last Income Tax Return (ITR).

    5. Real estate

    While buying or selling a property, one must make sure that a cash transaction above Rs. 30 lakh is questionable as the income tax department discourages cash transactions beyond this limit in a real estate deal.

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  1. Not everything related to agriculture is agricultural produce and hence exempt. This article briefs you with the facts of agricultural income. Ind AS 41 distinctly explains every segment of agriculture. This Ind AS covers accounting and reporting requirements. Herein explained is useful in day to daRead more

    Not everything related to agriculture is agricultural produce and hence exempt. This article briefs you with the facts of agricultural income. Ind AS 41 distinctly explains every segment of agriculture. This Ind AS covers accounting and reporting requirements. Herein explained is useful in day to day operation.

    While assessing agricultural income it is important to identify its nature. The said Ind AS applies to agricultural produce, which is the harvested product of the entity’s biological assets, only at the point of harvest. Let’s understand this with a usual example, in manufacturing concern plant and machinery is used to manufacture product which is sold in the market for further consumption. Plant and machinery are classified as fixed asset and product as stock. Similarly, in agriculture biological assets produces agricultural produce.

    Tea bushes → Picked leaves → Tea

    Tea bushes are bearer plants and Tea is further processed after harvesting. Picked leaves are only agricultural produce. Bearer plants are usually classified as Property, Plant and equipment. Wool, Milk, picked fruits, picked leaves, harvested latex/cotton/cane, etc. are agricultural produce.

    Reporting:

    Milk is reported on fair value in dairy farm if left as on closing date. Cows are recorded as assets considering physical change and price change. And the gain or loss shall be recognized in Profit and Loss Account.

    Indirect Tax:

    Unprocessed fruits and vegetables are not taxable. Flowers, plants are NIL rated. Import of seeds of vegetable, fruits, flowers and plants is permitted in accordance with Plant Quarantine Order 2003.

    Agriculture related services are exempt from GST :-

    • Tending, pruning, cutting, harvesting, drying, cleaning, trimming, sun drying, fumigating, curing, sorting, grading, cooling or bulk packaging and such like operations which do not alter the essential characteristics of agricultural produce but makes it marketable only for the primary market. Rearing of horses is not included in the list.
    • Renting or leasing of agro-machinery or vacant land.
    • Agricultural extension services (scientific research and knowledge to agricultural practices through farmer education or training).
    • Commission agent for sale/purchase of such produce.
    • Services by Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee or Board.
    • Services by way of fumigation in a warehouse of agricultural produce.
    • Services by way of artificial insemination of livestock (other than horses).

    Milling of paddy into rice is not exempt from tax. The process is carried out by millers and not cultivators. Processed products such as tea/ coffee beans/ powder, pulses, jaggery, processed spices, processed dry fruits, processed cashew nuts, etc. are not agricultural produce and therefore the exemption from GST is not available to their loading, packing, warehousing etc. as well.

    Direct Tax

    Agricultural income means—

    (a) any rent or revenue derived from land which is situated in India and is used for agricultural purposes;

    (b) any income derived from such land by—

    (i) agriculture; or

    (ii) the performance by a cultivator or receiver of rent-in-kind of any process ordinarily employed by a cultivator or receiver of rent-in-kind to render the produce raised or received by him fit to be taken to market; or

    (iii) the sale by a cultivator or receiver of rent-in-kind of the produce raised or received by him, in respect of which no process has been performed other than a process of the nature described in paragraph (ii) of this sub-clause;

    (c) any income derived from any building owned and occupied by the receiver of the rent or revenue of any such land, or occupied by the cultivator or the receiver of rent-in-kind, of any land with respect to which, or the produce of which, any process mentioned in paragraphs (ii) and (iii) of sub-clause (b) is carried on :

    Provided that—

    (i) the building is on or in the immediate vicinity of the land, and is a building which the receiver of the rent or revenue or the cultivator, or the receiver of rent-in-kind, by reason of his connection with the land, requires as a dwelling house, or as a store-house, or other out-building, and

    (ii) the land is either assessed to land revenue in India or is subject to a local rate assessed and collected by officers of the Government as such or where the land is not so assessed to land revenue or subject to a local rate, it is not situated—

    (A) in any area which is comprised within the jurisdiction of a municipality (whether known as a municipality, municipal corporation, notified area committee, town area committee, town committee or by any other name) or a cantonment board and which has a population of not less than ten thousand; or

    (B) in any area within the distance, measured aerially—

    (I) not being more than two kilometres, from the local limits of any municipality or cantonment board referred to in item (A) and which has a population of more than ten thousand but not exceeding one lakh; or

    (II) not being more than six kilometres, from the local limits of any municipality or cantonment board referred to in item (A) and which has a population of more than one lakh but not exceeding ten lakhs; or

    (III) not being more than eight kilometres, from the local limits of any municipality or cantonment board referred to in item (A) and which has a population of more than ten lakh.

    Disintegration of business and agricultural income:

    Particulars Business income Agricultural Income
    Growing and Manufacture of Tea 40% 60%
    Rubber manufacturing business 35% 65%
    Coffee grown and cured by seller 25% 75%
    Coffee grown, cured, roasted and grounded by the seller in India with or without mixing chicory or other flavouring ingredients 40% 60%

    For instance, A firm picks up the tea leaves and processes it into the tea and further labels it and sells it in the retail market then such tea leaves is agricultural produce and tea is business product.

    Computation of agricultural and business income

    Conditions for integration:

    • Assessee is HUF/ individual/ BOI/AOP/AJP
    • The business income exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to tax and
    • Agricultural income exceeds Rs. 5000

    Computation of tax

    1. Compute tax on Agricultural plus Business income

    2. Compute tax on Net Agricultural income plus maximum amount not chargeable to tax

    3. Compute (1) – (2)

    4. Tax payable= Tax (3) – Tax rebate if any

    FAQs

    1. Is revenue or rent from an agricultural land (which qualifies all the conditions) situated in Nepal exempt from tax where agricultural activities are carried out?

    No, since the land is situated outside India.

    2. Where to show agricultural income in ITR?

    Under the EI (Exempt Income) tab

    3. How to show Loss in agricultural income in ITR?

    Under the EI tab in ITR form, show NIL if loss incurred.

    4. Can agricultural loss be adjusted with any other head?

    No, since it’s an exempt income.

    5. Can an agricultural land be let out or sub-let?

    Yes.

    6. What is the rate of GST on Wheat/Rye/Barley/Oats/Maize/Rice/Jawar/Bajra/Ragi? All the above are exempt only if not put in a container containing registered brand name. Else rate applies as per Chapter 10.

    7. What is the rate of GST on aata/maida/besan/flour?

    All the above are exempt only if not put in a container containing registered brand name. Else rate applies as per Chapter 11.

    8. Are fresh flowers used in bouquets taxable?

    No.

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Q. In MS Word 2010, a _____ is a preset document layout with a collection of styles which are saved ...Read more

Q. In MS Word 2010, a _____ is a preset document layout with a collection of styles which are saved to a file and can be applied to other documents.

a). Template

b). Screenshot

c). Style

d). Agenda

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  1. Ans :- “Board” means the Central Board of Excise and Customs constituted under the Central Boards of Revenue Act, 1963

    Ans :- “Board” means the Central Board of Excise and Customs constituted under
    the Central Boards of Revenue Act, 1963

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  1. What is the HSN code of the floor? Ans:- HSN Code (Flour/Aata) - 110100000 GST Rate (CGST/SGST/IGST) -  0 % Description of Goods - Wheat or meslin flour other than those put up in unit container and,- (a) bearing a registered brand name; or (b) bearing a brand name on which an actionable claim or enRead more

    What is the HSN code of the floor?

    Ans:-

    HSN Code (Flour/Aata) – 110100000

    GST Rate (CGST/SGST/IGST) –  0 %

    Description of Goods – Wheat or meslin flour other than those put up in unit container and,- (a) bearing a registered brand name; or (b) bearing a brand name on which an actionable claim or enforceable right in a court of law is available [other than those where any actionable claim or enforceable right in respect of such brand name has been foregone voluntarily, subject to the conditions as in the ANNEXURE I]

     

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Q. Subsidiary company Read more

Q. Subsidiary company

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  1. A company in which a parent company (holding company) holds more than 50% stake is known as its subsidiary company. E.g. Company ‘A’ holds 55% share in the company C. Thus, Company ‘C’ is a subsidiary of the company ‘A’.

    A company in which a parent company (holding company) holds more than
    50% stake is known as its subsidiary company. E.g. Company ‘A’ holds 55% share in the company C.
    Thus, Company ‘C’ is a subsidiary of the company ‘A’.

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  1. - Convert physical shares into dematerialized format. - Eg. NSDL – National Securities Depository Limited, CDSL – Central Depository Securities Limited

    – Convert physical shares into dematerialized format.

    – Eg. NSDL – National Securities Depository Limited, CDSL – Central Depository Securities Limited

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  1. Company secretaries are one of the best career options for students pursuing a professional career in the commerce sector. Especially students with commerce background and other professional courses such as CA or CMA value legal knowledge. Whether on the job or in practice, CS is constantly confrontRead more

    Company secretaries are one of the best career options for students pursuing a professional career in the commerce sector. Especially students with commerce background and other professional courses such as CA or CMA value legal knowledge. Whether on the job or in practice, CS is constantly confronted with company law and other laws, and new horizons demand much more than that.

    The CS position in the company is one of the main employees who acts as a seeker of the company’s legal compliance. CS is considered as the company’s internal legal advisor. Most companies, however, entrust CS not only with secretarial duties, but mostly with parts of the financial, tax or legal system that must be identified together.

    The Institute of Company Secretaries of India is a statutory body for the development and regulation of the business secretarial profession. As ICSI aims to be a global leader in promoting good corporate governance and developing highly qualified professionals to enable good corporate governance, the curriculum is designed to focus on compliance and governance. The diverse career opportunities that CS courses offer will turn you into a corporate supernova, CS again.

    In this blog we have tried to collect all the general information about CS course. Let’s start: 

    LEVELS OF COMPANY SECRETARY – CS EXAM LEVELS

    The CS course structure has seen significant changes recently, most notably the February 2020 changes which resulted in several changes including the introduction of CSEET and dispensation of Foundation programmes.

    Currently the CS course consists of 3 levels, namely;

    1. CSEET (CS Executive Entrance Test)

    2. CS Executive Program

    3. CS Professional Program

    CSEET has completely replaced the Foundation program and entry into the Foundation program has been suspended. Instead, CSEET will be the entry point for CS courses.

    Exceptions to CSEET are made only for the following categories:

    • Students who have cleared the CS Foundation.
    • Students who have completed the final course of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
    • Students who have completed the final course of the Institute of Cost Accountants in India

    COMPANY SECRETARY – CS TRAINING:

    The new training structure and new development program finally introduced a uniform training structure and removed the ambiguity that existed before. The previous structure had different training duration depending on the exams completed (e.g. 1 year after passing the Professional Program, 2 years after passing the Executive Program and three years after enrolling but not passing the Executive Program).

    The new structure simplifies all these unclear application criteria and defines a simple structure within which students must complete the following education and training programs:

    • Executive Development Program (EDP), which takes place one month after passing the Executive Program exam;
    • Twenty-one months of practical training upon completion of the Full Time Executive Development Program during normal working hours,
      • in companies that have a company secretary throughout their work.
      • Under the direction of a practicing company secretary who meets the criteria set out by ICSI.
      • in other companies, companies or institutions or organizations or companies that meet the criteria set by ICSI;
    • After passing the examination for the professional program, Corporate Leadership Development Program (CLDP) for a minimum of thirty days, but not more than sixty days, as determined by the institution.

    Exemption:

    A student who has got the advanced practical knowledge and skills equivalent to a development program and practical training may apply for a pass exemption under the criteria. ICSI may grant full or partial exemptions, or conditional exemptions, or refuse them after reviewing the application.

    CS SYLLABUS AND CURRICULUM

    CS Executive entrance test (CSEET)

    CSEET is a computer based online test. It consists of MCQ and Viva Voce. The CSEET duration is 135 minutes (120 minutes for the MCQ test and 15 minutes for the Viva Voce). The goal is to take an entrance exam that is equivalent to other professions such as medicine, engineering and others. CSEET takes place four times a year in May, July, November and January. The CSEET curriculum includes:

    • A computer test for 120 minutes, consisting of four parts of 50 points, ie.
      • Business communications;
      • Legal skills and logical motives
      • Economic and business environment &
      • Current affairs; and
    • 15 minutes Viva Voce on “Presentation and Communication Skills”

    Students must receive a total of 50% and at least 40% of marks in each subject to qualify for CSEET. A great relief for the students was that there would be no negative scores.

    CS EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME

    The Executive Programme comprises 8 subjects under 2 modules as tabulated below.

    Module – 1 Module – 2
    1.Jurisprudence, Interpretation & General Laws 5. Corporate & Management Accounting
    2. Company Law 6.Securities Laws & Capital Markets
    3. Setting up of Business Entities and Closure 7.Economic, Business and Commercial Laws
    4. Tax Laws 8. Financial and Strategic Management

    CS PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME

    The Professional Programme comprises 9 subjects under 3 modules as tabulated below.

    Module – 1 Module – 2 Module – 3
    1. Governance, Risk Management, Compliances and Ethics 4. Secretarial Audit, Compliance Management and Due Diligence 7.Corporate Funding & Listings in Stock Exchanges
    2. Advanced Tax Laws 5. Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation & Winding-up 8. Multidisciplinary Case Studies (The examination for this paper will be open book examination)
    3. Drafting, Pleadings and Appearances 6. Resolution of Corporate Disputes, Non-Compliances & Remedies 9. Electives 1 paper out of 8 papers 9.1 Banking – Law & Practice9.2 Insurance– Law & Practice9.3 Intellectual Property Rights– Lawsand Practices9.4 Forensic Audit9.5 Direct Tax Law & Practice9.6 Labour Laws & Practice9.7 Valuations & Business Modelling9.8 Insolvency – Law and Practice(The examination for this paper will be open book examination)
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Q. Documents required for opening DEMAT account. Read more

Q. Documents required for opening DEMAT account.

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  1. i. PAN CARD ii. Address proof iii. Personalised cheques /Bank statement iv. Passport size photo

    i. PAN CARD
    ii. Address proof
    iii. Personalised cheques /Bank statement
    iv. Passport size photo

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  1.   It is like a receipt issued by a broker to investor which gives various details like the name of the stock bought/ sold/ quantity traded, price at which the share was bought/ sold etc.

     

    It is like a receipt issued by a broker to investor which gives various details like the name of the
    stock bought/ sold/ quantity traded, price at which the share was bought/ sold etc.

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