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Webcast Series for Company Secretary (CS)

Welcome to the Shuchita Prakashan Webcast Series, your ultimate guide to mastering the paths of CA, CS, and CMA. Our mission is to demystify these prestigious professional courses and provide you with the insights, guidance, and support you need to succeed.

Each month, we bring you in-depth sessions featuring experienced professionals, educators, and industry leaders. They will share their knowledge on the demands, roadmap, and benefits of pursuing a career in Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS), and Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA).

Webcast Schedule:

CMA Webcast: First Friday of every month

CS Webcast: Second Friday of every month

CA Webcast: Third Friday of every month

Join us as we explore the journey to becoming a CA, CS, or CMA. Gain valuable insights, get your questions answered in vernacular languages, and learn from the best in the field.

Upcoming Webcasts:

CS Webcast: 12 July, 2024, 12:00 PM onwards

Missed a session? No worries! You can catch up on all our past webcasts here.

Stay tuned, stay inspired, and let's embark on this journey to professional excellence together.





Here are the FAQs


1.1. How should I structure my answers to score higher in the CS Professional exams (Law Paers)?

Answer:To improve your score on the CS Professional law examinations, frame your responses in a clear and complete legal format. Begin with an introduction that summarizes the issue and your comprehension of the subject. In the body, go over the applicable legal concepts, legislation, and case law in depth. Use headings and subheadings to structure your discussion properly. To illustrate your level of knowledge, each claim should be backed up with reference from statutes or case law. Finally, summarize the major elements and explain how they connect to the topic. This systematic method improves readability while also demonstrating a deep comprehension and application of legal topics.


1.2. What guidelines should I follow when writing a paper for the CS Professional exam?

Answer:When writing a paper for the CS Professional exam, ensure your answers are clear, relevant, and legally accurate. Use formal language and adhere to the technical terms related to the subject. Make sure to answer the question directly, and support your answers with appropriate laws, regulations, or case laws. Keeping your answers concise and to the point is crucial.


1.3. How many case laws are typically required in an answer for CS Professional exams?

Answer:For CS Professional exams, including at least two relevant case laws per answer can significantly enhance the quality of your response. Demonstrating knowledge of applicable case laws shows your ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios, which is highly valued in professional exam.


1.4. What are the best practices for writing an open-book examination?

Answer:Best practices for an open-book test include arranging all of your materials ahead of time so that they are easily accessible throughout the exam.

  • Effective exam preparation requires students to be organized and conversant with resources (books).
  • Students should know the keywords in the book's index.
  • Have reliable resources on hand. To trace the solution, scanners can be a useful tool.

You will have access to your notes and books, so focus on understanding things rather than remembering them. Manage your time effectively, ensuring that you have enough time to adequately answer each question without focusing too much on any specific subject.


1.5. Why are Scanners for CS Professional elective papers not readily available in the market?

Answer:Scanners for CS Professional elective papers are not readily available due to the limited demand for specific electives and the specialized nature of the content. Publishers may not find it economically viable to produce scanners for all electives, focusing instead on more popular subjects where demand is guaranteed.


1.6. Is the ESG matrix mentioned by the CS Institute for Singapore also applicable in India?

Answer:The ESG matrix mentioned by the CS Institute for Singapore is partially applicable in India with necessary modifications to accommodate local environmental, social, and governance issues. While the fundamental principles of ESG remain similar, the specific criteria and metrics might need adjustments to align with Indian regulations, cultural context, and business practices.


1.7. What strategies should I employ to write effective answers for theory papers in exams?

Answer:To write effective answers for theory papers in exams, use a clear and logical structure that includes an introduction, body, and conclusion. Provide examples to illustrate your points, and whenever applicable, cite relevant laws and case studies to substantiate your answers. This approach not only demonstrates your understanding but also shows your ability to apply theoretical knowledge practically.


1.8. What Should be our timemanagement strategies for intensive study periods?

Answer:Begin the effective time management techniques with identifying the stage of preparation and time available. Example: In case of quick revision before 1 day of exam reading the summary given at the beginning of each chapter of ‘Scanner’ will be a great support.


1.9. How to prepare for Open Book examinations?

Answer:

  • Students need organization and familiarity with resources (books), for efficiently navigating materials during exams.
  • Students should be well aware of the keywords in the index of the book.
  • They should carry sufficient resources with whom they are well acquainted. So that they could trace the answer.
  • Scanners can be a great support in this case


1.10. How to select an Elective Paper for CS Professional?

Answer:Students need to consider their long-term professional goals and the market demand for specialized skills within the CS field.



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