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9th May 2012, 08:32 PM
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Procedure of CS application after completing graduation in commerce?


Whats the procedure of CS applicaton of course after completing graduation in commerce?




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13th February 2013, 10:29 PM
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After Completeing Your Graduation, you can take admission in the Executive Level og the Company Secreatry course.

Eligibilty to take admission in the Executive level (Intermediate) Exams of CS Programme is Graduation Pass or Foundation course pass of the ICSI

If you want to give the term end exam in December 2013, than you should take admission in the CS executive level by 28th february 2013

Admission can be taken by buying the prospectus with Rs 250 and paying the executive level exam fees of rs 7000.

Minimum duration to complete this stage is 12 months

6 papers has to be studies in this satge and they are:
>> General and Commercial Laws
>> Company Accounts, cost and management accounting
>> Tax Laws
>> Company Laws
>> Economic and Labour Laws
>> Securities Laws and Compliances
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9th October 2013, 05:00 PM
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I AM IN SYBCOM I WANT TO WETHER THE TILAK MAHARASHTRA VIDHYAPEETH IS GRANTED OR NOT ICAN TAKE THE ADMISSION TO DIFFERENT COLLEGE OR NOT FOR CS
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i am in sybcom.when should i join cs course?
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