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IssueNo.04 Rev. No 4 Dated: June 7, 2014

UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES


College of Legal Studies
Dehradun
COURSE PLAN
Programme

Subject

Company Law I

Semester
Session

:
:
:

B. A., LL.B. (Hons.) Energy Laws

V
July to Dec. 2014

Batch

2012 -17

Subject Code

LLBL421

No. of credits

04

Prepared by

Shruti Reddy

Email

sreddy@ddn.upes.ac.in
Approved By

_______________________
HOD

_______________________
Dean

UPES Campus
Energy Acres
P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar
Dehradun -248 007 (U K)

Tel : +91-135-2770137
Fax : +91 135- 27760904
Website : www.upes.ac.in

COURSE PLAN
Subjec

Company Law I

Course:

B. A., LL. B. (Hons.)

t:

Energy Laws

Duratio July- December, 2014


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Subject code: LLBL421

A. OBJECTIVES
a) To analyze the Legal provisions of Company Law.
b) To develop the understanding of the Company Law and related practices in India and relevant
provisions abroad as a part of the comparative analysis.
c) To understand the role of Directors, Meetings and procedures and cases relating to Companies.
B. COURSE OUTLINE
Module I: MEANING OF CORPORATION
Theories of Corporate Personality
Creation and Extinction of Corporations.
Module II: FORMS OF CORPORATE AND NON-CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONS
Corporations, Partnerships and other Associations of Persons, State Corporations
Government Companies, Small Scale, Co-operative, Corporate and Joint Sectors
Module III: LAW RELATING TO COMPANIES - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE -COMPANIES ACT, 2013
Need of Company for Development, Formation of a Company, Registration and
Incorporation.
Memorandum of Association - Various Clauses - Alteration Therein -Doctrine of Ultravires.
Articles of Association - Binding Force - Alteration - its relation with Memorandum of
Association - Doctrine of Constructive Notice and Indoor Management - Exceptions.
Module IV: PROSPECTUS
Prospectus- Issue - Contents - Liability for Misstatements - Statement in Lieu of Prospectus
Promoters - Position - Duties and Liabilities
Module V: SHARES
Shares - General Principles of Allotment Statutory Restrictions - Share Certificate its
-Objects and Effects - Transfer of Shares - Restrictions on Transfer - Procedure for Transfer Refusal of Transfer- Role of Public Finance Institutions - Relationship between Transferor and
Transferee - Issue of Shares at Premium and Discount Depository Receipts Dematerialized Shares (DEMAT)
Shareholder - who can be and who cannot be a Shareholder - Modes of becoming a
Shareholder - Calls on Shares - Forfeiture and Surrender of Shares - Lien on Shares.
Share Capital - Kinds - Alteration and Reduction of Share Capital - Further Issue of CapitalConversion of Loans and Debentures into Capital - Duties of Courts to protect the Interests
of Creditors and Share Holders
Module VI: DIRECTORS
Directors - Position - Appointment - Qualifications - Vacation Office - Removal -Resignation
Powers and Duties of Directors - Meeting, Registers, Loans Remuneration of Directors Role of Nominee Directors - Compensation for Loss of Office Managing Directors Compensation for Loss of Office - Managing Directors and other Managerial Personnel
Meetings - Kinds - Procedure - Voting
Dividends-Payment - Capitalization - Profit
C.PEDAGOGY

Interactive approach during the study (students are supposed to come prepared for the
topics for discussion in the Class/ Presentations/ Viva-voce)
Work in small groups for Group Projects and personalized teaching
(Student counseling, tutoring, and individual/group projects/ assignments, exercises)

Chalk and talk


Presentations (Paper/Group Project)
Random Questioning
Projects
Group Discussion

D. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN

Sessions: 04 lectures of 1 hour each for a 04 credit course


Total hours per week: 04 hours per week
Toa no. of sessions: 48
E. EVALUATION & GRADING
Description

Weight age

Schedule

1. Continuous
Assessment
2. Mid term Exam

30%

Detailed Below

20%

Academic Calendar

3. End term Exam

50%

Academic Calendar

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (shall be done based on the following 5 components):
Description

Weight age

1. Continuous Assessment

30%

Schedule
Detailed Below

Continuous Assessment: (Marks 100 - converted to 30- ) shall be done based on the following 5
components:
S.
Particulars
Weightage
no.
a
Two class tests/snap20 Marks (02 X10 Marks)
test/quiz
b
Assignment
20 Marks
c
Project work
20 Marks (Abstract, Synopsis, final draft and
presentation)
d
Subject grand viva
20 Marks
e
Attendance
20 Marks
Formula for attendance marks:
67-75 %
0 Marks
75-80%
5 Marks
80-85%
10 Marks
85-90%
15 Marks
90%-100% 20 Marks
i)

First Component :

ii)

Second Component

iii)
iv)
v)

Third Component :
Fourth Component
Fifth Component :

Individual Assignment (Written)


1st week from the start of
the Course.
:
Individual project on specific topic
(Abstract, Synopsis, project report, presentation) to commence
one week after start of the session and complete two weeks
before End Semester Exam.
Snap tests (Two)
:
Subject Grand Viva- Voce
Attendance

Details of Internal Assessment:


a) Assignment:
An assignment will be given covering concepts across the syllabus to be submitted on a definite date.
The assignment will be given after completion of one week of term. It will have 20% weightage.
b) Projects/Presentations
i.
Every student will be assigned a project topic.
ii.
Every student would be expected to go through the primary/secondary data collection and
analysis/interpretation and finally prepare a Project Report of min. 10 pages and max. 20
pages.
iii.
They are also required to make a presentation on that topic on a scheduled date (would be
communicated in the class).
iv.
The duration of a presentation will be max. 10 minutes; comprising of 08 minutes
presentation followed by 02 minutes discussion/query session.
v.
The project would carry 20% weightage in Internals.
vi.
In case, presentations are not possible, alternatively, viva-voce would be conducted.
c) Snap tests:

Two snap tests will be conducted, the schedule of which will be informed to the students a day before
each of the test. Each class test would be carrying 10% weightage. Therefore, class tests would carry
20% weightage i.e. 20 marks. It may contain multiple choice questions or short questions/key terms
covering modules as specified in the course plan and Research paper/ cases covered in the course
pack to ascertain whether the students could understand the basic concepts or not (max. 60 Minutes
each).
d) Subject Grand Viva voce
Viva-voce would be conducted for each student for 05 minutes for evaluating his/her subject
knowledge and practical learning in the class and questions may be based on the research papers/
cases / projects/ assignments etc.

2. Mid- Sem Examination: 20% Weightage


Mid- Sem examination shall be of two hour duration and shall be a combination of objective
questions, short theory questions and problem based questions.
3. End -Sem Examination: 50% Weightage
End-Sem examination shall be of three hours duration. The examination paper shall have
objective questions, short theory questions and problem based questions.

Passing Criterion: minimum 40% of the highest marks in the class


Student has to secure minimum 40% marks of the highest marks in the class scored by a
student in that subject (in that class/group class) individually in both the EndSemester examination and Total Marks in order to pass in that paper.

Attendance
Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject. Students with
less than said percentage shall NOT be allowed to appear in the end semester examination. The
student obtaining 100% attendance would be given 5% bonus marks for internal assessment.
Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other electronic
communication devices (such as Blackberries/Laptops) are not permitted in classes during Tests or
the Mid/End examination. Such devices MUST be turned off in the class room.
E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to access
the LMS system regularly. Regularly, important information Date of conducting class tests, guest
lectures, syndicate sessions etc. to the class will be transmitted via e-mail/LMS. The best way to
arrange meetings with us or ask specific questions is by email and prior appointment. All the
assignments preferably should be uploaded on LMS. Various research papers/reference material
will be mailed/uploaded on LMS time to time.

F. DETAILED SESSION PLAN


Modu
le

Topic

Introduction & Incorporation

No. of
sessio
ns
1-5

Readings

Cases:

of Companies
1. Meaning and Nature of
Company
2. History of Company
Legislations
3. Kinds of Companies
4. Theories of Corporate
Personality
5. Formation and
Incorporation of a Company
6. Lifting the Corporate Veil
7. Commencement of
Business

II

III

Forms Of Corporate And NonCorporate Organizations


1. Partnerships
2. Association of Persons
3. State Corporations
4. Co-operative Societies
5. Limited Liability
Partnerships
Constitutional documents of
Company
1. Memorandum of
Association
2. Articles of Association
3. Prospectus
4. Alterations of the MOA,
AOA & Prospectus
5. Doctrine of Constructive
Notice
6. Object clause and
doctrine of Ultra-Vires,
Doctrine of Indoor
Management and its

1. Floating Services Ltd. v. MV San


Francseco Dipalola, [2004] 52
SCL 762 (Guj.).
2. Solomon v. Solomon & Co. Ltd.,
[1895-99] All ER 33 (HL).
3. Corporation of India v. Escorts
Ltd., [1986] 59 Comp. Cas. 548
(SC).
4. State of U.P. v. Renusagar Power
Co., [1991] 70 Comp. Cas. 127
(SC).
5. Smith, Stone and Knight v.
Birmingham Corpn., [1939] 4 All
ER 116 (KB).
6. Hillcrest Realty Sdn Bhd. v. Hotel
queen Road (P.) Ltd., [2006] 71
SCL 41 (CLB- New Delhi).
7. Heavy Engineering Mazdoor
Union v. State of Bihar, [1969] 39
comp. Cas. 905 (SC).
8. Mysore Paper Mills Ltd. v. Mysore
Paper Mills Officers Association,
[2002] 37 SCL 742 (SC).
9. Official Liquidator v. Velu Mudliar,
[1938] 8 comp. Cas. 7.
6-7

7-16
Cases:
1. Ashbury Railway Carriage & Iron
Co. Ltd. v. Riche, [1875] L R 7 HL
653.
2. Lakshamanaswami Mudliar v. LIC,
AIR 1963SC 1185.
3. Straw Products Ltd. v. Registrar
of Companies, [1969] 39 Comp.
Cas. 974 (Ori.).
4. Royal British Bank v. Turquand,
[1856] 6 E & B 327.

IV

VI

exceptions
Prospectus
1. Definition, meaning and
Contents
2. Statement in lieu of
Prospectus
3. Shelf Prospectus
4. Red-herring Prospectus
5. Abridged Prospectus
6. Information Memorandum
7. SEBI, Prospectus and
vetting
8. Liability of Mis-statements
in Prospectus
Shares And Share Capital
1. Meaning
2. Kinds of shares
3. Classification of share
capital
4. Shareholder and their
rights
5. Issue of shares, calls, lien
6. Forfeiture, surrender and
reissue of shares
7. Stocks, debentures and
bonds
8. Share certificates
9. Transfer and transmission
of shares
10.Issue of shares in de-mat
form and depositories
11.Reduction of share capital
12.
Further issue of
share capital
DIRECTORS
1. Directors, types of
Directors, Appointment of
Directors
2. Powers and functions of
Directors and Board of
Directors
3. Qualifications of Directors
4. Vacation & Removal of
Directors- compensation for
loss of office
5. Managing Director- role,
appointment.

17-22

Cases:
1. Nash v. Lynde, [1929] AC 158.
2. Sahara India Real Estate Corpn.
Ltd. v. Securities and Exchange
Board of India, [2012] 25
taxmann.com 18 (SC).
3. Govt. Stock Securities
Investment Co. Ltd.
v.Christopher, [1956] 1 WLR 237.
4. Rex v. Kylsant, [1932] 1 KB 422.
5. Peek v. Gurney, [1873] LR 6 (HL)
377.

23-28

Cases:
1. Shree Gopal Paper Mills Ltd. v.
CIT, [1967]37 Comp. Cas. 240
(Cal).
2. Securities and Exchange Board
of India v. APL Industries, [2013]
30 taxmann.com 384 (Delhi).
3. Needle Industries (India) Ltd.v.
Needle Industries Newey (India)
Holding Ltd., [1981] 51 Comp.
Cas. 743.
4. OCL India Ltd., In re, [1999] 19
SCL 331 (Ori.).

29-34

Cases:
1. Oriental Metal Pressing Works
(P.) Ltd. v. B K Thakoor, [1961] 31
Comp. Cas. 143.
2. LIC v. Escorts, AIR 1986 SC.
3. Cook v. Weeks, [1916] AC 554.

6. Register of Directors,
7. Nominee Directors
8. Corporate governance
Meetings & Procedures
1. Meetings- Types of
Meetings
2. Convening of Meetings
3. Procedures of the Meetings
4. Voting and rights of share
holders in meeting
5. Proxy
6. Electronic voting
7. Differential voting rights
Dividends
1. Dividends and Payments of
Payment
2. Capitalization
3. Profit, Divisible Profits and
Dividend Rules

VII

VIII

3540

Cases:
1. B Ramachandra Adityan v.
TamilnaduMercantile Bank
Shareholders Association, [2010]
102 SCL 333.
2. Kerala State Electricity Board v.
Hindusthan Construction Co. Ltd.,
[2009] 91 SCL 183 (SC).

41-44
Cases:
1. Lubbock v. British Bank of South
America, [1892] 2 Ch. 198.
2. Foster v. The New Trinidad Lake
Asphalte Co. Ltd., [1901] 1 Ch.
208.
3. Bhagwati Developers v. Peerless
General Finance and Investment
Co. Ltd., [2005] 62 SCL 574.

* 4 sessions for Snap tests and case law discussions.


G. SUGGESTED READINGS:
G: 1 TEXTBOOKS:
Sl.
Title of the book
No.
1.
Company Law and Practice
2.
3.

Company Law
Lectures on Company Law and Competition
Act

G: 2 REFERENCE BOOKS
Sl.
Title of the book
No.
1.
Charlesworths Company Law

3.
4.
5.
6.
2.

Company Meetings
Company Notice Meetings and Resolutions
Gower and Davies Principles of Modern
Company Law
Guide to the Companies Act
The Company Law

Author/Editor
A K Majumdar and G K
Kapoor
Avtar Singh
K S Anantharaman

Author/Editor
Stephen Girvin,Sandra
Frisby and Alastair
Hudson
K R Chandratre
A M Chakraborti
Paul Davies
A Ramaiya
C R Datta

Journals/Business Magazines:
AIR
Business today
Business world
Corporate Law Advisor
Economic and Political Weekly
Indian Bar Review
Journal of the Indian Law Institute
Lawyers update
Lex Witness
Outlook
Supreme Court Cases
The Practical Lawyer

Yale Law Journal

G: 3 WEB SOURCES:
Database:
AIR
Ebscohost
Economic Outlook
Jstor
SCCOnline
Taxman
Westlaw
H. Instructions
a) Students are expected to read the concerned sessions contents in advance before coming to
the class.
b) The session will be made interactive through active participation from students. The entire
session will be conducted through question-answer, reflections, discussion, current practices,
examples, problem solving activities and presentations etc.
c) In the case study session all students are expected to prepare their analysis and
answers/decisions in their respective groups. Any group may be asked to present their views
and defend the same.
d) All schedules/announcements must be strictly adhered to.
e) The complete syllabus would be covered for Viva-voce and one must be thoroughly prepared to
appear for the viva and strictly appear on given time, otherwise, he/she will loose the marks.
f) Late entry (Max. 5 minutes from the class timing) in the class will not be allowed.

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Annexure-I

UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES


COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES
B. A., LL.B. (HONS.)
SEMESTER V
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2012- 17

SESSION: JULY-DECEMBER

ASSIGNMENT
FOR
Company law I
(LLBL421)
Under the Supervision of: Shruti Reddy
(TO

NAME:
SAP NO:

BE FILLED BY THE STUDENT)

_______________________
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ROLL NO
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Section A (10 Marks)


(Attempt all questions. Each question carries equal marks)
1. Explain the meaning of the term unregistered company.
2. Can the shareholders enter into an agreement amongst themselves which is inconsistent
with the articles of association of the company?
3. Explain the alteration of liability clause.
4. What is a sweat equity share?
5. What is an ordinary resolution?
Section B (20 marks)
(Attempt all questions. Each questions carry equal marks)
6. Can a company be treated as citizen of the country?
7. Under what circumstances can a member have unlimited liability in a limited liability
company?
8. Write a note on doctrine of constructive notice.
9. Write a note on class meetings.
Section C (20 marks)
(Attempt all questions. Each questions carry equal marks)
10. Explain the defences available to a Director, who is held liable for issue of a prospectus
containing an untrue statement, in a suit filed against him by an aggrieved party.
11.

Explain the steps required to be taken for the formation of a private limited.
Section D (50 marks)
(Attempt all questions. All questions carry equal marks)

12. A pub. ltd. co. has only seven shareholders. All the shares are paid up in full. All the
shares of one of the shareholders are sold by him to another shareholder. The company
continues to carry on its business, thereafter. Discuss the liabilities of the shareholders of
the company with the help of relevant provisions under the Companies Act, 1956 and also
the relevant decided case laws.

13. The main object of a company is to manufacture cement. Seeing the potential for a
new business, the directors decided to for manufacture of steel and steel related
products. These are included in the other objects of the company. Can the company
undertake the aforesaid new business? Explain.
14. Raj Khanna was a shareholder in Agarjyoti Ltd. Raj died after executing a will under
which Jayant Khanna, son of Raj Khanna, was to inherit all his properties including the
shares held by him. The articles of association of Agarjyoti Ltd. vested with the Board of
Directors absolute discretion in regard to registration of transfer of shares. In the instant
case, the Board of Directors refused to register the transmission of shares to Jayant on the
ground that he was not a desirable person. Is the refusal to register the transmission of
shares by Board of Directors of the company correct?
15. Deepak Thakur, who is a director in 16 public limited companies accepts the
directorship of the following companies:
(15)
a. Mansoor Threads private limited , which is the holding company of a public limited
company;
b. Mastmaula Company which is an unlimited company;
c. Bidadi and Company Limited as an alternate director.
Examine the validity of a, b, and c.
16. Four out of ten directors of a company were abroad. Out of the remaining directors in
India, four have signed in favour and two have signed against a resolution sent by
circulation. Discuss the validity of the circular resolution.

INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
ON ASSIGNMENT SOLVING
1. All the questions of the assignment must be handwritten.
2. To answer your assignment questions you need to access multiple information sources
like
a.
b.
c.
d.

Your own prior experience.


Regular reading of Books, Law Journals, Magazines and News papers
Reference Books
Browsing the internet for latest updates.

3. Please remember that due to the dynamic and rapidly changing global legal
environment and the continuously realigning geopolitical situation, your answers
should capture and depict the current contemporary information.
4. As a student of Law, we encourage you to have a contrary point of view. But do ensure
that you can provide a logical justification to this view supported by verifiable facts,
figures, statutes and decided cases by various courts.
5. Caution: Remember to provide original answers only as your assignment submissions
will be run through anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin).

Annexure-II
LIST OF TOPICS (Section A)
S.
N
o.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

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Enrollme
nt No.
R4502120
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R4502120

Student Name
Aabhas Singh
Aadesh Ojha
Aanchal Aggarwal
Aayush Kumar
Singh
Abhinav Bhardwaj
Aditi Jakhar
Aditya Sood
Aishwarya Dobhal
Aishwarya
Srivastava
Aishwarya Vatsa
Akanksha Moharir
Akash Srivastava
Aman Sharma
Anita Mohanty
Anjali Thakur
Ankit Kumar Singh
Anup Kumar
Kashyap
Apurva Daga
Arpit Pathak
Arpit Srivastava
Arsh Bhalla

Topic
Abridged Prospectus
Allotment of shares
Alteration of AoA
Alteration of MoA
American Depository Receipts
Annual General Meeting
Appointment of directors
Associations not for profit
Board Meetings
Bonus issue of shares
Book Building Process
Buy Back of Shares
Call on shares
Company- whether a citizen?
Conversion of private company into
public company
Corporate
governancemodel
Corporate

governance-

English
Indian

model
Deemed prospectus
Dividend
Doctrine of indoor management
Doctrine of ultra vires

22

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24
25

26
27

28
29
30
31
32

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

41
42
43
44

30
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Ashna Verma
Ayushi Sharma
Ayushi Singh
Babandeep Kaur
Jaggi
Daliya Singh
Eshaan Bora
Gaurav Thapliyal
H.J,Thrivikrama
kaushik
Himanshi Sharma
Himanshu Kamal
Tripathi
Ilesh Shukla
Jasnik Saini
Jayesh Gilhotra
Johns George
Kartikey Maulekhi
Krishal Haarit Patel
Kshitij Chandra
Kulraj Singh
Lokesh Aidasani
Manovi Mittra
Maryanka .
Mishkin Gautam
Mohit Bhadu

Employee Stock Option Scheme


Equity

shares

with

differential

voting rights
Extra ordinary General Meeting
Foreign Company
Forfeiture of shares
FPO
Global Depository Receipts
Government companies
Green shoe option
Holding and subsidiary company
Incorporation of a company
Indian Depository Receipts
Information memorandum
Investment companies
IPO
Issue of securities at premium
Issue of shares at discount
Limited liability company
Limited liability partnerships
Listing, Delisting and Relisting of
shares
Member
Merchant banker
Mis-statement in Prospectus

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49
50

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R4502120
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R4502120
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R4502120
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Monisha Katiyar

Name clause
Office of profit

Mridu .

One person Company

Neha Patidar

Political contribution

Neha Singh
Nirajpal yadav
Nishant Talwar

Powers of Board of Directors


Preference shares

LIST OF TOPICS (Section B)


S.
no.

Enrolment
no.

Name

Project topic

1.

R450212011

AKANSHA KUMARI

Abridged Prospectus

2.

R450212070

NUPOOR MAHARAJ

Allotment of shares

3.

R450212071

PARMINDER KAUR SAHOTA

Alteration of AoA

4.

R450212072

PRAKHAR SINHA

Alteration of MoA

5.

R450212073

PRANAV

American Depository Receipts

6.

R450212074

PRANAV CHOUDHURY

Annual General Meeting

7.

R450212075

PRASHANT SINGH

Appointment of directors

8.

R450212076

PRIYADARSI
BHATTACHARYA

Associations not for profit

9.

R450212077

PRIYAM SRIVASTAVA

Board Meetings

10. R450212078

PRIYANKA GUPTA

Bonus issue of shares

11. R450212079

PURNIMA SINGH

Book Building Process

12. R450212080

RAHUL DIWAN

Buy Back of Shares

13. R450212082

RAJAT DIXIT

Call on shares

14. R450212084

RITIKA SARAF

Company- whether a citizen?

15. R450212088

SAM C. MATHEW

Conversion of private company into


public company

16. R450212091

SATYA YADAV

Corporate governance- English model

17. R450212092

SHAILI DWIVEDI

Corporate governance- Indian model

18. R450212093

SHALINI KURMI

Deemed prospectus

19. R450212095

SHEKHAR KUMAR

Dividend

20. R450212096

SHIVANI SHRIVASTAVA

Doctrine of indoor management

21. R450212098

SHREYA GOEL

Doctrine of ultra vires

22. R450212099

SIDDHANT KOCHAR

Employee Stock Option Scheme

23. R450212100

SIDDHANT SATAPATHY

Equity shares with differential voting


rights
Extra ordinary General Meeting

25. R450212102

SNIGDHA SADANAND
PIMPRIKAR
SNIGDHA SARAIYA

26. R450212103

SONALI BHATANAGAR

Forfeiture of shares

27. R450212104

SOURAV KUMAR JENA

FPO

28. R450212105

SOURAV SINGH

Global Depository Receipts

29. R450212106

SREEJITA GHOSH

Government companies

30. R450212107

STUTI BAJPAYEE

Green shoe option

31. R450212108

STUTI TIWARI

Holding and subsidiary company

32. R450212109

SUDHAR PANDEY

Incorporation of a company

33. R450212111

SUMIT KUMAR

Indian Depository Receipts

34. R450212112

SURBHI SINGH

Information memorandum

35. R450212113

SWETA SINGH

Investment companies

36. R450212114

UDAY VEER SINGH

IPO

37. R450212116

VASUNDHARA KAUL

Issue of securities at premium

38. R450212117

VISHAL SHUKLA

Issue of shares at discount

39. R450212118

VISHALAKSHI SINGH

Limited liability company

40. R450212119

VIVEK KUMAR

Limited liability partnerships

41. R450212120

YASH MIDHA

Listing, Delisting and Relisting of shares

42. R450212122

SUMAIYA SALEEM

Member

43. R450212123

AKSHAT DEWAN

Merchant banker

44. R450212124

VARUN RAI

Mis-statement in Prospectus

45. R450212125

MAHIMA KAUSHIK

Name clause

46. R450212126

KARTIKEY KESRWANI

Office of profit

47. R450212127

DEVIKA DUA

One person Company

48. R450212129

KESHAV RANJAN

Political contribution

49. R450212130

JESNY GEORGE

Powers of Board of Directors

50. R450212131

SAHEJ MAHAJAN

Preference shares

24. R450212101

Foreign Company

51. R450212134

SAMRIDHI SAREEN

Preferential issue of shares

52. R450212136

SAUMYA KESARWANI

Pricing of Shares

53. R450212137

BHUMIKA LALWANI

Pricing of shares in public issue

54. R450212138

HAAJRA JAFAR

Private company

55. R450212139

SHASHANK TIWARI

Private placement of shares

56. R450212140

DIKSHANT JAIN

Producer companies

57. R450212141

PALLAVI GOYAL

Promoters

58. R450212142

VIDHI TIWARI

Reduction of share capital

59. R450212143

MANJERI MAKKAR

Regulation of stock exchange

60. R450212128

AARTI AGARWAL

Requisites of valid meeting

61. R450211049

KARTHIK GOVIL

Rights issue

GUIDELINES FOR PROJECT WORK


The project will be completed as follows:
1. Abstract: One page in around 300 words
It may be in 3 paragraphs
a. Highlighting the topic
b. Areas of concern and expected solution
c. Scheme of research
d. Key words
2. Submission of synopsis
Synopsis should contain the following:
a. Statement of the Problem
b. Survey of the existing literature
c. Identification of the issues
d. Objective and scope of the research
e. Research Methodology adopted
f. Probable outcome
g. Chapterisation
3. Submission of Final Project report after approval of synopsis.
a. Excluding the Cover page, index page and bibliography the main write up should be
around 20 pages. Single Space, Times New Roman, Font Size 12 (footnotes- font
size-10) printed both sides.
b. Project must have- Cover page stating Subject name, Title of the Project, Supervisor
name, Student details etc.
c. Students have to follow a uniform method of citation (the suggested method is Blue
Book 19th Edition and must mention the same in the research methodology).
d. The main body of the project must contain- Introduction, different chapters,
conclusion, recommendation, foot notes and required bibliography.
4. The project work shall
a. Be focused on the problem
b. Include current status of knowledge in the subject (literature review)
c. Embody the result of studies carried out by him/her
d. Show evidence of the students capacity for critical examination and judgment; and
e. Be satisfactory in presentation so far as language, style and form are concerned
5. The student shall indicate clearly and extensively in his/her project, the
following:
a. The source from which referred information is taken
b. The extent to which he/she has availed himself/herself of the work of others and the
portion of the /project work he/she claims to be his/her original work; and

c. Whether his/her project work has been conducted independently or in collaboration


with others.
6. A certificate to the effect that the project work carried out by the student
independently or in collaboration with other student(s) endorsed by the student shall
form the part of the submission for evaluation.
7. Every
student
who
spends
a
specified
period
of
time
in
an
industry/organization/institute for reasons of work related to his/her project work, with
prior permission from the Coordinator concerned will explicitly acknowledge working in
the relevant industry/organization/institute.
8. All projects submitted by the students will go through the process of plagiarism check
through the anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin). The report produced by the software
will necessarily be as per the standards prescribed by the university. If the report is
below standards the supervisor will reject the project and award zero marks.