Mitkary Sir’s CAPS Academy offers CS Professional coaching classes in Nagpur. Company Secretary, being a professional course, requires quality teaching. CAPS Academy provides quality Company Secretary coaching. Along with CS Professional coaching classes, we also provide an extensive test series and guidance to the students. Our team of faculties include practicing Company Secretaries, stamping a guarantee mark on best coaching for CS Executive. Our experienced and proficient faculties undertake innovative methods for CS coaching and constantly provide with tips and strategies for effective studying. CAPS Academy continuously strives to generate the best outcome from CS Professional coaching classes in Nagpur. 

CS Professional (3rd Level/Final Level)

  1. After passing Executive Programme, register for Professional Programme 9 (nine) months prior to the month in which the examination commences.
  2. The Professional Programme comprises of 3 modules of three subjects each including 2 elective subjects.
  3. Undergo 1 year, 2 years or 3 years training under a practicing Company Secretary or under a Company which is registered with the ICSI. (New Guidelines are in process but yet to be notified)
  4. Fees Payable: Rs.13,000/–
  5. The subjects of Professional Programme are :

MODULE I MODULE II
I. Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and Ethics

II. Advanced Tax Laws

III. Drafting, Pleadings and Appearances

IV. Secretarial Audit, Compliance Management and Due Diligence

V. Corporate Restructuring, Insolvency, Liquidation and Winding up

VI. Resolution of Corporate Disputes, Non- Compliances and Remedies

 

MODULE I
VII. Corporate Funding and Listing in Stock Exchanges

VIII. Multidisciplinary Case Studies (Open Book Examination)

VIIII. Electives 1 out of below 8 subjects (Open Book Exam)

X. Banking Law and Practice

XI. Insurance Law and Practice

XII. Intellectual Property Rights – Law and Practice

XIII. Forensic Audit

XIV. Direct Tax Laws and Practice

XV. Labour Laws and Practice

XVI. Valuation and Business Modelling

XVII. Insolvency Law and Practice