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HIGHLIGHTS
H I G H L I G H T S

l From the President 03
l Article - Union Budget 2007-08 - Highlights 05
l Academic Guidance 08
l Legal World 15
l Student Services 17
l Students Quiz 28
— Prize Winnners 28
l News and Announcements 31
l Schedules of SMTPs/Training Orientation Programmes 35
l Schedule of Academic Development Programmes 37
l 35 Years of CS on CD 40

Student Company Secretary 1 March 2007

Training Orientation Programme

As per Company Secretaries Regulations, 1982 (amended the significance and methodology of training, business
from time-to-time) every student apart from passing the final environment, corporate culture, communication and
examination of the Institute is also required to possess the behavioural aspects. Keeping in view the above factors, the
practical experience and undergo practical training or be Council of the Institute has decided that students requiring to
exempted therefrom before becoming eligible to the Associate undergo training should compulsorily attend five days’ Training
Membership of the Institute. Students who do not possess Orientation Programme (TOP) before they are sponsored for
practical experience are required to undergo compulsorily 15 training. It has also been decided that henceforth students
months Management/Apprenticeship training. will be sponsored for training in the companies or with company
Most of the students commencing training are not aware of secretaries in practice as per the following schedule.

Activities Session–1 Session – 2 Session – 3 Session - 4
Registration of students January 1 to March 01 to June 01 to September 01 to
for 15 months’ Training January 10 March 10 June 10 September 10
Organisation of TOP January 15 to March 15 to June 15 to September 15 to
January 24 March 24 June 24 September 24
Campus Interview January 25 to March 25 to June 25 to September 25 to
January 31 March 31 June 30 September 30
Commencement of February 01 April 01 July 01 October 01
Training Onwards Onwards Onwards Onwards
Completion of April 30* June 30* September 30* December 31*
Training Next Year Next Year Next Year Next Year
* If the student avails extra leave, the training will be extended accordingly.
Training Orientation Programme is a part of the 10. Usefulness of reading newspapers
Management/Apprenticeship training and is based on Guru 11. Self-assessment
Shishya Parampara. Training Orientation Programme will not — SWOT analysis
only expose the students to the business environment and — Career prospects
corporate functioning but would also help them in acquiring
— Personality
the desired skill and confidence.
12. Writing of curriculum vitae
The Regional Councils will organize the Training Orientation
Programme from 15th to 24th of the four fixed months i.e. 13. Interview Techniques
January, March, June & September. 14. Career Planning
For effective interaction and participation, not more than 15. Computer-Internet/E-mail
40 students would be enrolled in each TOP. A fee of Rs. 400/ 16. File management
- per participant will be charged. 17. Organisation structure, role and functioning of Competition
The following topics will be included in the programme : Commission of India, CLB/NCLT, ROC, Stock Exchange,
SEBI, RBI, DRT
1. Importance of Training
18. Usefulness of Professional Development Programmes.
2. Personality Development- Dress Code & How to carry
oneself 19. Code of Conduct
20. Future Prospects
3. Time Management
For helping the students to identify Companies or Company
4. Meaning of Professionals
Secretaries in practice for undergoing training, the Regional
5. Office Culture Councils would also arrange Campus Interviews, immediately
6. Communication Skill on conclusion of each TOP for on-the-spot selection of
— Writing ability candidates. Such Campus Interviews will be organized during
— Drafting of letters the four fixed months from March 25 to 31; June 25 to 30;
— Speaking ability September 25 to 30 and January 25 to 31.
All students intending to commence Management/
7. Group discussion, Drafting of Minutes, Notices,
Apprenticeship training are advised to contact the respective
Resolutions etc.
Regional Councils for enrolling themselves for TOP. Only on
8. How to qualify professional examination successful completion of TOP, students would be sponsored
9. Managing under crisis for training by the Institute.

Student Company Secretary 2 March 2007

From The President

You’ve done it before and you can do it now.
See the positive possibilities.
Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive,
effective, unstoppable determination.
…Ralph Marston

Dear Students,
It is pleasing to see your smiling faces because when you smile every body smiles with
you. A smile is magical. It is a heavenly gift. It nourishes health of the body and the mind.
It is happily contagious too. Having achieved success in December 2006 examinations the results of which were
declared on 25th of February 2007 all over India, your joyfulness is a great satisfaction for us mainly because your hard
work has rewarded you and what is more, you have opted for this profession which is highly sought after in the present
dynamic competitive environment. I would like to congratulate you for achieving the desired success in the December
2006 examinations. Equally, I feel concerned for those students who have not been able to clear the examinations this
time what ever the reason may be. Well, they should not feel disheartened as reverses are common in a professional
examination. Taking this failure as a learning experience, they should identify the deficiencies and prepare earnestly
to clear the next examination successfully. As Conrad Hilton said, “Success seems to be connected with action.
Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit. They take their learnings and move on.” So
you should also move on and that too with smiles simultaneously being serious with the analysis of your deficiencies
and shortcomings in the recent examination and look with cheer to your next attempt. Who knows; your success could
be more glorious!
There is neither harm nor a loss of prestige in admitting the mistakes or deficiencies. Doing so is constructive as it
enables you to work hard and fill up those deficiencies. We have been emphasizing repeatedly that in a professional
examination standards set are very high and the expectations from the students are equally on a higher pedestal. So
you have to work systematically as well as hard to come up to the expectations of professional standards. We all
believe that hard and honest work is the key to success. All great men rose to fame and fortune by dint of hard work.
The richest and the most powerful nations in the world are the most diligent and industrious. Let me point out honest
toil never goes unrewarded and the efforts of a man who labours hard are sure to be crowned with success, sooner or
later. Moreover, you should learn to love and get pleasure in the very work you are doing. This will give you happiness
of a lifetime.
You should feel proud that you belong to an Institute of national repute striving to achieve professional excellence.
So while pursuing your CS Course, your endeavour should be to aim for excellence. The task is not easy. It requires
diligence, in-depth study followed by constant updation of your knowledge. While preparing for the examination, apart
from reading Study Material, Bare Acts and References, you should also read Chartered Secretary, Student Company
Secretary Bulletin, Economic dailies and other professional journals to supplement your knowledge and keep yourselves
abreast of the latest developments. Reference to questions asked in the previous examinations would also be beneficial.
Guideline Answers and Suggested Answers published by the Institute will certainly help you to have an idea as to how
your answers are to be presented. Practice makes a man perfect. Hence you should practice writing answers on your
own and then compare them with the Guideline and Suggested Answers.
Besides, as you are aware, the Institute has set up Oral Coaching Centers at almost all important cities /towns of
our country to provide classroom teaching facilities. I advise you to join Oral Coaching Classes to supplement your
home study programme. Further, attending Oral Coaching Classes will provide you an opportunity to interact with the

Student Company Secretary 3 March 2007

I invite you in the meantime to suggest well-considered suitable theme and sub-themes for deliberation at the ensuing National Convention. Training is necessary not only for doing the present job but also for acquiring the desirable extra skill or knowledge for filing higher jobs. I advise you to join the SMTP and have the privilege of becoming a Member of the Institute. The meeting ended with concrete plan in a defined result-oriented manner. To conclude. National Convention is an important annual event of the Institute. 2007 president@icsi. Friends. Yours sincerely. enthusiasm and ideas for shaping various aspects of the profession. and work with whatever tools you may have at your command. the focus of the meeting was on Intensifying Customer Service Initiatives. the role of training is crucial in shaping the professional career of the students. I had the benefit of interaction with a large number of members and students in various Chapters and Regional Councils. Since the dates and venue are being finalized. Further. The compulsory Training Orientation Programme (TOP) based on Guru Shishya Parampara has been devised with an objective to aid the students in the methodology of training.edu Student Company Secretary 4 March 2007 . This proved to be of singular importance as I not only shared the agenda of the year with them but also was happy to note their cheer. as informed to you earlier. Furthermore. The student whose theme alongwith its sub themes is selected shall have exemption from paying the delegate registration fee for the Convention. New Delhi (PREETI MALHOTRA) March 12. the time will never be 'just right'. Moreover. Attending Residential SMTP at CCRT will be an experience by itself for you as it provides all the facilities enabling students to interact with the expert faculty. let me reiterate that hard work followed by up to date knowledge and positive thinking will always inspire you to achieve excellence in your professional career. Start where you stand. you should also avail of the library facilities provided at the Regional Councils/ Chapters and Satellite Chapters. I had the opportunity to interact with Chairmen of Regional Councils and A1 and A Grade Chapters of the Institute on February 4-5. In view of strengthening the new drive of building our brand. SMTP is being organized by the Regional Councils and A Grade Chapters from time to time for the students who have passed their final examination and completed all other training requirements. That apart. the Institute is organizing 17th Residential Secretarial Modular Training Programme (RSMTP) at CCRT Navi Mumbai commencing from 24th March to 8th April 2007. senior academics and corporate leaders. An announcement to this effect has been published in the Chartered Secretary (March 2007). With best wishes. I am pleased to inform you that this year the 35th National Convention will be held in the Northern Region. From The President faculties and help you to improve your communication skills through interactive learning. 2007 at New Delhi. I quote Napoleon Hill who has said: “Do not wait. Training enhances practical knowledge and skills of the students so that they can effectively handle various organizational tasks in their professional career. I advise you to avail of this unique opportunity. and better tools will be found as you go along”.

low seeds replacement allured by gratifying growth rate leading to buoyancy in revenue rate. Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) have emerged as the third arm for Revenue deficit 2.3 USD 185.5% of GDP productivity. Productivity in the agricultural sector has been stagnant. Agriculture and Rate of Inflation 6.1% of GDP 2.7% of GDP to Rs.40. But the budget has missed the opportunity to frame measures to add The dynamics of the economy under constant pressure for various value in the supply chain as pointed out earlier.2% the pilot programme for delivering the subsidy directly to the farmer. The lag in the agricultural sector is one of the major concerns that the budget has addressed. Rising Contribution of Agriculture 18. also made certain recommendations concerning RRBs. It is proposed to raise the limit of the loan from Particulars Target Actual Rs. the Finance Minister had an unenviable task in framing as the causal factors. chaired by Dr. were prompted more by inflationary pressures than by fiscal inputs and resources that would help agriculture to add value in order rationale. needed to be the focal points of the budget. proposed to: has more than satisfied the reform enthusiasts at least on this count. open at least one branch in the 80 uncovered districts of the country. commodities like chemicals and plastics.15. it is difficult to evaluate all his policies and banking and insurance. The major indicators in the pre-budget Poor agricultural performance could complicate maintenance of Economic Survey were like the following: price stability with supply-side problems in essential commodities. Agriculture grew only at 2.20.6. Rangarajan. that are major gains and shortfalls beating the expectations that are but the transaction will be deficit neutral to the Government.3% 11. taken into account to bring down the inflationary pressures and also to achieve its potential. The ICSI INTRODUCTION a base of 6% growth in the previous year. therefore. in 2007-08. prescriptions in the light of the tormenting objective of sustaining growth Government proposes to acquire RBI’s equity holding in State Bank sans inflation.1 better irrigation facilities. It was expected that the budget would bring down peak dream budget of 1997 had become a constant reminder of heavy import duty from 12. Government proposes to take a number of initiatives in by the Finance Minister. But the budget could have taken much more positive measures to Contribution by Services 55. prime Declining productivity in agriculture required intensive and extensive steel etc.5% of GDP nominal wages to agricultural labour feed into inflation.0% of GDP delivering rural credit. imbalance in fertilizer use. the Finance Minister has introduced welcome measures to increase farm credit.000 per beneficiary. the time gap the domestic industry needs to adjust to the opening up Expectations created by continuing integration of the economy with of the Indian economy. But sharper cuts in customs duties on specific a drag on economic growth and a push factor for the unwanted inflation.500 to Rs. l ask RRBs to undertake an aggressive branch expansion pro- AGRICULTURE gramme and. Foreign Exchange Reserves USD 165. His level of 8%.7% in 06-07 on l extend the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets Student Company Secretary 5 March 2007 . The funding of projects in these areas being Average Inflation 5% made more attractive fell upon the budget as a major expectation.2% supply chain from the farm gate to the consumer’s plate are achieved.8% of GDP 3.0% 9.7% infrastructure particularly in rural areas. kinds of reforms and the humdrum of the crying needs of the common man require a different kind of marshalling.8% of GDP 31. Rising wages in the manufacturing sector can be absorbed by higher GD Capital Formation 33. In order to sharpen the effectiveness of fertilizer subsidy he has initiated Tax to GDP ratio 10. far the Finance Minister has bettered his own projections. A budget that will balance IMPORT DUTIES the different forces and factors. raising agricultural productivity is necessary to have inclusive growth with lower inflation.000 crore has been provided for this purpose. FCS. The Differential Rate of Interest (DRI) scheme provides finance at FRBM ACHIEVEMENTS a rate of 4 per cent to the weaker sections of the community engaged in gainful occupations. Thus. water billion Billion harvesting and effort to re-incarnate the green revolution of 1960s. Article UNION BUDGET 2007-08 – HIGHLIGHTS N K JAIN. he It is therefore.1% Looking at declining contribution of agricultural sector. 26. demands and drivers and the contrast The target was to have parity with the Asean Peak Import Duty of growth without inflationary pressures was the need of the hour. Hence drastic Contribution by Mfg. the world economy called for substantive doses of investment and FINANCIAL SECTOR upgradation in education and health care sectors. perhaps. Growth rate of M3 17% 21. Agriculture was proving to be fulfilled the expectation. the Union Budget 2007-08. A sum of Rs. Therefore. In addition to the important legislative measures now before On a first reading of the budget speech and measures announced Parliament. a distorted incentive systems and a low post-harvest value addition generation. accelerated rural development. the Finance Minister has expectations from the Finance Minister. A bird’s eye view of the advances towards this objective of India. The Committee on Financial Inclusion. the pains flowing from this budget is the aim of this article.5% to 10% if not to 8%. targets for reduction in the fiscal deficit and revenue deficit and thus C. The Finance Minister could have. and the RRBs are willing to take on greater The Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act set the responsibilities. edible oils.10% of GDP achieve this. coking coal. SECRETARY & CEO.4% of GDP measures to increase agricultural productivity are required.5.000 Fiscal deficit 3.000 and the limit of the housing loan from Rs. The Economic Survey points Under pressure from sensitive inflationary build-up while being out low investment. India has the potential to become a food mart to the world if post-harvest Indicators 2005-06 2006-07 value addition through food processing industry and integration of the GDP growth 9.

the Finance Minister well as a comprehensive Bill to amend the insurance laws will be has mooted public private partnership for vocational education introduced in the Budget Session. EB gives the bondholder a right to will take effect from assessment year 2008-09. 20. where a deduction has been market price. 20. 2006 saw the launch of an exclusive health insurance Indian economy has been proved by the success of MCA 21 initiatives scheme for senior citizens offered by National Insurance Company. a deduction of an amount not exceeding 20% of the profits of and roads.000/. there will be no surcharge on income tax on all firms and illiquid holdings to raise funds for future programmes without selling companies with a taxable income of Rs.000. Big Exceptions are carved out in cases and circumstances as may be and reputed companies can use the money to fund major acquisitions prescribed. to offer a similar product to senior citizens. will perhaps provide answers to the questions like income tax SOFT INFRASTRUCTURE implications and enforceability of the mortgage. in a phased programme. the Finance Minister has Government has decided to implement.000 is made otherwise than by substantial stake in another company. a cooperative bank. The Finance Minister has relied upon the interim report DIRECT TAXES of the Committee on Financial Inclusion. subsidized regularization of employment to physically challenged and Regulations will be put in place to allow the creation of mortgage increased the allocation for e-governance. otherwise than by an account payee cheque or bank draft. manpower and to take advantage of the demographic dividend thrown The Micro Financial Sector (Development and Regulation) Bill as up by the increase in the working age population. The budget floats a plan to incorporate abroad two wholly bank will get a deduction upto 7-1/2% of the total income and an amount owned subsidiaries of India Infrastructure Finance Company. The finer details of the proposal resources to achieve the target. 20. affordable cost. and they have agreed to Recognising the need for a reservoir of skilled and trained do so in 2007-08. he has increased interventions. in the case of an individual and HUF. For senior number of common stock shares of a corporation different from the citizens the deductible amount will be upto Rs. One crore or less. no deduction will be allowed in funds and potentially sell the holding at a premium over the current respect of such expenditure. a three way contract among borrower. 10. the deductions under section 36(1)(viia) INFRASTRUCTURE and section 36(1)(viii) will be available. for small and medium in other group companies enabling the holding companies to use large enterprises. 500 crore. The Finance minister has also laid emphasis on soft infrastructure Banks and housing finance companies that lend against mortgages through creation of Manpower Development Fund for software export would have greater comfort if the mortgage can be guaranteed through companies. He also proposes to upgrade around 1400 ITIs into Financial inclusion is the process of ensuring access to timely and centers of excellence in specific trades and skills under PPP model adequate credit and financial services by vulnerable groups at an setting aside Rs.000 for The Financial Dictionary defines exchangeable bonds as an issue effecting medical insurance on the health of the assessee or any giving the bondholder the right to exchange the issue for a specified member of his family. Each fund assesses. primary agricultural credit exchange reserves to finance infrastructure has found expression in society and primary cooperative agricultural and rural development this budget. A big effort will be required to amass rupee repayment or servicing of the loan. which holds a for which a payment exceeding Rs. their stakes in the secondary market. Article and Enforcement of Securitisation of Interest (SARFAESI) Act to manner will become inflationary if the foreign exchange components loans advanced by RRBs. the payment Thus. lender and guarantor. by unlocking value in their strategic holdings in other companies. with initial funding to be contributed by the Central Government. By proposed exchange the bond for shares of a company. EBs allow companies to raise account payee cheque or bank draft. RBI and NABARD. l recapitalize. initiated implementation of Vocational Education Mission. and green field ventures like retailing. E-governance will prove a major boon to the administration of the December 6. while remaining the requirements over the next five years? The obvious answer appears owner and occupying the house throughout his/her lifetime. The second is to establish a Financial Inclusion the threshold limit of exemption by Rs. Yet. ports banks. 15. and increase currency supply in India. which is different from amendment to Section 40A any expenditure incurred by the assessee the issuing company. The Finance Bill proposes to allow payment of medical insurance premia by any mode except cash. without to be in the negative. For cooperative banks. 750 crore for this purpose. The National Housing Bank (NHB) will shortly introduce a novel product for senior citizens: a ‘reverse mortgage’ under which a senior But will this measure be sufficient to satisfy the need of USD 320 citizen who is the owner of a house can avail of a monthly stream of billion as envisaged by the Economic Survey to finance infrastructure income against the mortgage of his/her house. More emphasis on e-governance The other three public sector insurance companies have been asked will improve legal compliance management in India. The amendment issuer of the bond. The proposal to use the foreign exchange reserves in this eligible business carried to such reserve account will be available. Government assuring the RBI a higher return than it would earn on an average on the incremental investment. the Emphasising moderate tax regime. Central and State Governments. two postponed the comprehensive review of the current slabs and the recommendations.for all categories of Technology Fund to meet the costs of technology adoption. EBs is a tool to monetise stakes In respect of corporate income tax. For any provisions for any bad The much awaited innovative thinking to utilize burgeoning foreign and doubtful debts. Student Company Secretary 6 March 2007 . Further. Companies can also retain ownership and voting rights allowed earlier in respect of any liability incurred by the assessee and on the underlying holding shares till the future date when the investors subsequently the assessee makes payment in respect thereof exchange bonds into shares. immediately. of the infrastructure project like building roads is not high as it will l permit RRBs to accept NRE/FCNR deposits. This can be done by any entity. programmes. For any special reserve created and maintained by such Indian companies to finance infrastructure projects like power. The maximum amount allowable EXCHANGEABLE BONDS as deduction under Section 80-D of IT Act will be Rs. In other words.000. will have an overall corpus of Rs. They not exceeding 10% of the aggregate average advances by the rural will act as special purpose vehicles to borrow from RBI and lend to branches. Awaiting the final report. of the Ministry of Company Affairs. guarantee companies. the RRBs which have a The loans by RBI to the SPVs will be guaranteed by the Central negative net worth. corporates and financial so made shall be deemed to the the profits and gains of business or institutions will get a new instrument that will allow them to raise capital profession if the amount of the payment exceeds Rs. The first is to establish a Financial Inclusion Fund rates of personal income tax till the proposed Income Tax code which with NABARD for meeting the cost of developmental and promotional will be introduced in the Parliament in 2007.

the additional secondary and higher the provisions of section 10A or 10B apply shall not be reduced from education cess of 1% will be levied. ignored Exchanges. 2010. An application for As per the Training Guidelines. it is being clarified that cial stamp paper of requisite value as applicable to the joint venture in India will mean a venture in which at least one of the particular State. an additional income tax of 15% instead of 12-1/ 2% on such distributed profits is proposed to be charged. goaded by the exuberance in the services sector he has managed to maintain stability in tax rates while widening STUDENTS! the service tax net and at the same time raising the exempt threshold of gross turnover in services from Rs. their training on record with effect from the date of execution decree. the training shall not be taken on Going forward with the proposal to introduce national goods and record. the Finance Minister has Student Company Secretary 7 March 2007 . the respective laws will also undergo amendments. matured. By amending section 115WB the definition of fringe benefits and thankfully. sometimes will now be extended upto 31st March 2012 i.54. undergoing 15 months training with Company Secretaries On the CENVAT front also he has maintained stable tax structure.939 crore to or of manufacture or production of any drugs. benefits. Apart from the changes in the rates of duty of Excise and Customs. The challenges required dynamic. Yet. he has failed to grant full level playing field to Practising Company Secretaries TRAINING along with other brother professionals vis-à-vis lawyers in spite of strong It has been observed that the students opting for representations for such a step. The proposal extends the exemption of the budget. INDIRECT TAXES ATTENTION On the Service Tax front. Relevant sections will be amended to provide that the relevant commencement of training to enable the institute to take date for the purpose of refund of duty in consequence of any judgement. he (iii) Rs. Rs. direct or indirect. The new section will provide that the fair market value of the security on the date of exercise of the option by the employee as The industry seems to have taken it well in its stride. 4 lacs to Rs. in terms of gross budgetary support In the case of a company engaged in the business of biotechnology to Central Plan increasing the allocation from Rs. many and.190 per bag have reinforced complications in the tax registration fees to the Institute after a considerable period regime. and whether out of current or accumulated profits. This Expectations about the budget are always far. Tribunal or any court of Contract. on many counts. although. 50/. the whole-time Practice. 2. several opportunities in introducing this dynamism and vision in tackling the problems. The Finance Bill also proposes to provide exemption to income by CONCLUSION way of contributions received from commodities exchanges and the members thereof by the Investor Protection Fund set up by The Finance Minister faced gigantic challenges in the preparation Commodities Exchanges in India. including assessment even wild. But the budget exercise has. it appears. It does not any more need Government support. the students should refund of duty is to be filed before expiry of one year from the relevant submit the underlisted documents within 15 days from the date. etc. order or direction of Appellate Authority. dividends. Overall. thus. inapplicability of (ii) Statement of Particulars to be submitted in duplicate exemption notification or CENVAT credit but not in respect of goods for registration as a trainee (Part A & B). in whole-time Practice are submitting the Contract of although. of total tax and surcharge. both. certain measures like differential excise duty on cement sold Apprenticeship and other relevant documents and at more than Rs.100 crore. shall deposit the additional amount of duty accepted by him alongwith stipulated interest due thereon. 8 lacs. the budget could have addressed the larger picture and The Dividend Distribution Tax under section 115-O any amount pushed the reform agenda encouraging savings. it will surely contribute free of cost or at concessional rate to his employees and former its mite to the Indian economy. under-valuation. Thus. was monumental. The total cess will. streamlining supply declared. But even if many would say that the budget has held back year 2012-13. the effort. it appears the budget is.05. on the basis of the strengths it has built.e. pharmaceuticals. units] and 10B [EOUs]. The message is loud and clear that the Indian industry is fine and has. of time. In the years to security or swat equity shares allotted or transferred by the employer come. While filing any application.. participants.being the Registration Fee. employees. where the contract is executed. or recovered from the rural and agricultural ecosystem would be beneficial in terms of demand employee in respect of such security shall be the value of fringe for goods and services in the long run. the amount of income to which any of On all taxes. partners or equity holders shall be a non-resident having The Contract should be executed by both the par- a substantial interest in the joint venture or exercising control over it. ties viz. as a healthy reduced by the amount actually paid by. visionary and path- available to Investor Protection Fund set up recognized by Stock breaking solutions. we should read the message behind the budget. (i) Contract of Apprenticeship in duplicate on a non-judi- For filing an application for advance ruling. shall be the date of such judgement. deemed fringe benefits is also extended to include any specified It has come of age and is able to stand on its own feet. distributed or paid by a domestic company by way of chain management and speeding up infrastructure development. for which he had not filed a return. the trainee and the Company Secretary in For filing an application before Settlement Commission. However. a deduction of a sum equal to 150 per cent of the expenditure incurred on scientific research is available. a little sweet and a little sour. service tax with effect from 1st April. If the aforesaid documents/information is not received within the stipulated time. electronic equipments etc. go to 3% the book profit for calculating minimum alternate tax. Article The budget has extended Minimum Alternate Tax under section announced reduction of Central Sales Tax from 4% to 3% with a view 115JB to the income eligible for deduction under section 10A[FTZ to eventually abolishing it. whether interim or otherwise. 1. applicant shall be eligible in respect of cases in which he admits short levy on account of misclassification.

Punjab is expected to take a serious view of such cases. The right to liberty of innocent citizens and exposes the willingness of others in life includes the right to live with human dignity and all that goes uniform to lend a helping hand to one who wreaks private vengeance alongwith it. registration of the complaint and inquiry thereon must also be identified Secretary v. namely. the Crime Branch thereof a word of praise. the State whose arm that force is must bear the procedure under “procedure established by law”.I.S. judgements of the Supreme Court are given in detail herein below for the information of the students. In this petition the (3) SCC 716 issue raised was negligence and failure to give proper medical aid to Facts: an injured person taken in police custody resulting in his death.000/. other important said in this Order. Arvinder Singh Bagga v. 21. the case is not one of errant behaviors by a few human rights in a democratic state. But. when the prisoners. this cannot be the end of the matter. 000/-. persons an amount of Rs. Disciplinary inquiries must be started against accused persons as also the SSP and DIG concerned.25. speedy trial. writing an expressing oneself in diverse forms. Reasonableness consequences. freely moving about The Supreme Court has in recent times come across far too may and mixing and commingling with fellow human beings. (1991) 3 SCC 482 and proceeded against. live in guilty are identified. (1995) 3 SCC 702 public law remedy for violation of her fundamental rights under Article 21 of the Constitution. police official would have saved the life of the victim.I. Union of India and of seven persons by police team led by Dy. Prepared by Archana Kaul. may be. Held: Held: We have heard learned counsel of both the sides. 20. The Court The writ petition shall continue as one for qualified habeas corpus for directed the State to pay a compensation of Rs. timely medical aid. by misusing official Another.The State of Punjab shall pay to the petitioner Facts: the costs of the writ petition. travel abroad. State of Bihar & Others. Director C. The court trying the accused 21. It must do so in token of its failure to enforce law and under Article 21 widened its scope and provided impetus to bring in order and protect its citizens and to compensate in some measure fairness in number of fields. The glaring inaction and indifferent attitude of senior officials as The writ petition alleged that in the State of Manipur. if other members of that police force do not record and investigate complaints in this behalf for long periods of RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY1 time.within 3 examining the legality of the detention for determining whether the months. At the time the It is the obligation of the police particularly after taking a person in petition was moved. She has since custody to ensure appropriate protection of the person taken into been released. Court’s disapprobation.50 lakhs within 2 weeks. It betrays scant respect for the life and mere physical existence or the right to live a lifeless life. livelihood. compensation for violation of right to life and personal liberty. right to : privacy. It is true that Manipur is a disturbed area.P. The Supreme Court played the role of a crusader of people’s When the Police force of a State acts as the Punjab Police has in liberty and introduced ‘reasonableness. The the procedure established by law. quite apart from criminal or civil liability which Facts: may be pursued in the ordinary course. Academic Guidance Held: ACADEMIC GUIDANCE The primary duty of those in uniform is to uphold law and order and protect the citizen. Report was like this – SSP taking no action on along with some others were just seized from a hut and taken away to the complaint for two months and DIG sitting on it for 8 months and a long distance by the Police and were shot there. The right to life does not mean a members of that Police force. S. Article 21 of instances where the Police have acted not to uphold the law and protect our Constitution has not only ensured right to life but right to personal the citizen but in aid of a private cause and to oppress the citizen. indicated that timely medical care by the concerned was filed in the Supreme Court. It may also be that under these conditions. It is one of the most essential basic assassination. quantified at Rs. The liberty also. cannot also afford to appear to system has been at its best whenever it was called to interpret Article be a helpless spectator. health. the basic necessities of life such as adequate on mere suspicion. 1. free legal aid. machinery to wreak private vengeance. The creativity of the Indian judicial Home Department of the Central Govt. affirmative action and amount which is the taxpayers’ money. that there appears to be a good amount to terrorist activity affecting public order and. State of Punjab and Others.B. petitioner is entitled to be compensated for the illegal detention as a 2. Keeping that objective in mind. This was a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) under Article 32 seeking 3. fairness and justness” in the this case.B. clothing and shelter over the head and facilities for reading. People’s Union for Civil Liberties v.P. nevertheless they should be well versed with the other judicial is cautioned that it should decide the case on the evidence that may pronouncements that have expanded the dimensions of Article 21 be laid before it without being unduly influenced by what has been considerably. the girl was in police custody. If members of a Police force resort to illegal GENERAL AND COMMERCIAL LAWS LAWS abduction and assassination. Later. Inder Singh v. (1997) 3 SCC 433.1. shelter. Supreme Court Legal Aid Committee Through its Hony. only crime branch charge sheeting the accused persons and matter Held: was never brought to the knowledge of the DGP. This writ petition was filed alleging the abduction and elimination 4. The State of Punjab covers various aspects which the framers of the Constitution might or is directed to pay to the legal representatives of each of the said seven might not visualize e. The prosecution of those must be started expeditiously who have Although students are familiar with important judgements on Article been charge-sheeted in connection with the abduction and disappearance of the said seven persons. Student Company Secretary 8 March 2007 . In his A girl was in police custody and a writ petition for habeas corpus affidavit the Dy. and nobody can be deprived of these except according to DGP. except perhaps during the short interregnum of the emergency rule.g. two persons mentioned in the C. the State should endeavor to recover the said healthy environment. Wide dimension given to this right now those who have suffered by reason of such failure. submitted Facts: Report after investigation as per the orders of the Supreme Court. even security of that State. we are afraid. Others responsible for delaying the 1. The Punjab Police as a whole merit the Supreme nutrition. The ICSI. education. custody including medical care if such person needs it. Assistant Director . (1995) Supp enforcement of fundamental right under Article 21.State of UP and Others. if those who had been abducted are found to have been unlawfully The right to life and personal liberty is the most fundamental of all detained in police stations in the State concerned prior to their probable the fundamental human rights.

In the CTS the presenting bank will at Rs. The Courts may not be the appropriate freedom to decide the point of truncation. front grey. Membership of the clearing house in the NCR. from one point to another. our territorial integrity is not fully secure. who be one where two persons along with some others were just seized are members of New-Delhi Bankers Clearing House. Membership of the Indian Financial Network (INFINET) frauds. The images captured at the presenting bank level are transmitted WHAT TYPE OF CHEQUES CAN BE PRESENTED IN THE CTS? All the local cheques can be presented in the CTS. However. It is not for the Court to say how the terrorists should be TRUNCATION? fought. HOW THE UNIQUENESS OF THE CHEQUE WOULD BE front black & white and back black & white which are made available IMPARTED TO THE IMAGE? to member banks. Academic Guidance certain additional and unusual power have to be given to the Police to to the Clearing House and then to the drawee branches with digital deal with terrorism with a strong hand which may involve vesting of signatures of the presenting bank. Cheque Truncation is a more secure system than the selves and there clearing settlement can be done either directly current exchange of physical documents in which the cheque moves or through the member through whom they are participating. Banks have to decide the point of truncation and have to ensure This type of activity cannot certainly be countenanced by the Courts that the images are digitally signed after their capture. But the present case appears to interface with its system (CHI) at the service branches of banks. safety and non-repudiation the PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) is being BANKING AND INSURANCE LAW AND LAW implemented across the system. An electronic image of the receiving the data and images from the Clearing House. secured.org. The ICSI present cheques on banks situated outside the NCR. thus. The Clearing House will process the data and arrive at the settlement figure for the banks and send the CHEQUE TRUNCATION required data to payee/drawee banks for processing at their end. to (a) They may become the sub-members of the direct members. not only creating delays but IMAGE SPECIFICATIONS IN THE CTS inconvenience to the customer in case the instrument is lost in transit Electronic images of truncated cheques are in gray scale or manipulated during the clearing cycle.00/-. Education Officer.. The CTS project envisages a safe.rbi. the proper course for them was to deal with banks. Police cannot wait till they are shot in a prescribed manner. banks have been given the Government to determine.e. minimizes cost of collection of cheques. There are three images of the cheques i. The Truncation is the process of stopping the flow of the physical cheque drawee/payee banks will use the same CHI mentioned earlier for issued by a drawer to the drawee branch. There RBI proposed to implement the project on a PILOT basis in the are several types of separatist and terrorist activities in several parts National Capital Region (NCR). the associated WHO CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE CHEQUE TRUNCATION cost of transit and delay in processing. Moreover contrary INFINET membership without being the INFINET members them- to perceptions. To ensure security. the Reserve Bank created the PARTICIPATE IN THE CTS? capability to enable inter-bank payments online real time and facilitate In respect of banks who are not members of the INFINET. For that purpose RBI will be providing the CHEQUE TRUNCATION PROJECT IN THE NATIONAL banks software called the Clearing House Interface (CHI) that will enable CAPITAL REGION2 them to connect and transmit data in a secure way and with non- (Source: www. If the Police had information that thereafter to the interface (CHI) provided by RBI. the corporate customer payments. The same be paid by Government of Manipur. They have to meet the specifications and FINAL COURSE standards prescribed for data and images. Banks may also 2. from where the images terrorists were gathering at a particular place and if they had surprised would flow to the clearing House with the digital signatures of the them and arrested them. Whether they should be gathered. Based on the experienced of the country. faster and effective The petitioners shall be entitled to the costs of writ petition. or wish away cheques is simply not possible and that is the reason why the RBI decided to focus on improving the efficiency of the Cheque (b) Such banks may use the infrastructure of the other banks having Clearing Cycle. The service branches course open to them. National Electronic following alternatives are available: Funds Transfer. it would consider extending the coverage to other centres. Thus each image carries the digital good amount of discretion in the Police Officers or other paramilitary signature. They have to be subdued.10. at. have to ensure that these images are moved across their branches to In such cases award of compensation is a remedy available in ensure their processing. but such banks Student Company Secretary 9 March 2007 . etc. The Court cannot be blind to the fact that even after fifty years of our independence. These digitally signed images would reach the service branches them according to law. Rupees one lakh be given as compensation to the families of each of the deceased. The other product. The banks will send the captured PRACTICE images and data to the central clearing house for onward transmission to the payee/drawee banks. eliminates logistics problems etc. Cheque Truncation is the alternative. from a hut. how to act and HOW IS IT PROPOSED TO IMPLEMENT CHEQUE where to act. Compiled by Saurabh Jain. reduces the scope for clearing related ii. presenting bank etc.000. It will be the cheque is sent to the drawee branch along with the relevant information responsibility of the drawee bank Capture System to process the inward like the MICR fields. fought politically or be dealt with by force is a matter of policy for the In the process of implementation. taken to a long distance away in a truck and shot there. It would flow even in the case of disturbed areas. reduces reconciliation problems. technology. With the other major HOW THE NON-INFINET MEMBER BANKS CAN product offering in the form of RTGS. enhances customer service. date of presentation.in) repudiation to the Clearing House (CH). New Delhi. The criteria for banks participating in the Cheque truncation system NEED FOR CHEQUE TRUNCATION IN INDIA are: Cheque Truncation speeds up collection of cheques and therefore i. public law based on strict liability for contravention of fundamental PROCESS FLOW ENVISAGED IN THE CTS rights. apart from the physical endorsement of the presenting bank. It is for the force on the spot to decide when to act. RBI would be installing an forum to determine those questions. assessed system for clearing of the cheques. This data and images and generate the return file for unpaid instruments. “Administrative Liquidation” was certainly not a of the drawee branches clearing house interface. thus speeding up the SYSTEM? process of collection or realization of the cheques. reduces the time required for payment of cheques. forces engaged in fighting them. is an electronic credit transfer system. capture the data & images of the cheques using their Capture System which is internal to them.

Accounting Standards. In order to ensure that all essential elements of a cheque are captured 3. to the exemptions or relaxations given to it shall disclose (by 1. General Instructions of sub-section (1) of section 642 of the Companies Act. the Company has complied with the Ac- as specified in rule 3 of these rules. entire country . amount and signature are the basic features (2) Words and expressions used herein and not defined in these which are essential in a cheque. Definitions. Accounting Standards. 4. way of a note to its financial statements) the fact that it is an (1) These rules may be called the Companies (Accounting SMC and has complied with the Accounting Standards insofar Standards) Rules. if the conditions mentioned should be exercised in the use of rubber stamp. unless the context otherwise requires. read with sub-section (3C) of section 211 and sub-section (1) 1. whether the financial statements. dium Sized Company (SMC) and subsequently becomes an SMC. payees name. a company shall qualify preferably use dark coloured ink while drawing the instruments. Accounting Standards notified under the Companies Act. financial institution or an insurance available to an SMC in respect of any but not all of the company.” (c) “Annexure” means an Annexure to these rules. Obligation to comply with the Accounting Standards. cash flow statement the relevant exemption or relaxation in the current account- (wherever applicable).R. in consultation Accounting Standards under these rules:- with National Advisory Committee on Accounting Standards. as they are applicable to an SMC on the following lines: (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in “The Company is a Small and Medium Sized Company the Official Gazette. Standards 1 to 7 and 9 to 29 as recommended by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. 1/3/2006/CL-V] NOTIFICATION JITESH KHOSLA. 2006. it shall disclose the standard(s) in (iii) whose turnover (excluding other income) does not ex. 739 (E). not be revised merely by reason of its having ceased to be (f) “Small and Medium Sized Company” (SMC) means.3 If an SMC opts not to avail of the exemptions or relaxations (ii) which is not a bank. and BY THE BANK CUSTOMERS TO AVOID FRAUDS? (v) which is not a holding or subsidiary company of a com- pany which is not a small and medium-sized company. The fact that the company was an SMC in the pre- company vious period and it had availed of the exemptions or relaxa- (i) whose equity or debt securities are not listed or are not tions available to SMCs shall be disclosed in the notes to in the process of listing on any stock exchange.. be disclosed pursuant to the exemptions or relaxations avail- Student Company Secretary 10 March 2007 . Accordingly.4 If an SMC desires to disclose the information not required to accounting year. etc. which was previously not a Small and Me- i) Reduces operational risk by securing the transmission route.- d) T+0 for Local Clearing and T + 1 for inter-city clearing. respect of which it has availed the exemption or relaxation. MINISTRY OF COMPANY AFFAIRS [No.1 the SMC which does not disclose certain information pursuant makes the following rules. 1. a an SMC.Incentive to shift to Credit Push payments counting Standards in the manner specified in Annexure to f) The jurisdiction of Clearing House can be extended to the these rules. the Central Government. and other statements and explanatory ing period.In these rules. should rules but defined in the Act shall have the same meaning not overshadow the clear appearance of these basic features in image. SMCs shall follow the following instructions while complying with of section 210A of the said Act. They should Explanation: For the purposes of clause (f). – In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (a) A. so that it would not therein are satisfied as at the end of the relevant accounting period. being a SMC. bank customers have to (1) The Central Government hereby prescribes Accounting exercise appropriate care in this regard. (SMC) as defined in the General Instructions in respect of 2. Short title and commencement.. Care as a Small and Medium Sized Company. respectively assigned to them in the Act. 1. posits) in excess of rupees ten crore at any time during WHAT ARE THE PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED TO BE TAKEN the immediately preceding accounting year. (1) Every company and its auditor(s)shall comply with the Ac- e) Elimination of Float . interfere with the material portions of the cheque. the 7th December 2006 ANNEXURE(See rule 3) ACCOUNTING STANDARDS STANDARDS ACCOUNTING STANDARDS G. An existing company. New Delhi. Secy. namely:. in an image during the scanning process. – Local Clearing activity is a high cost no revenue activity h) Minimises Transaction Costs 5. shall not be qualified for exemption or relaxation in respect of COMPANY LAW/COMPANY ACCOUNTS Accounting Standards available to an SMC until the company remains an SMC for two consecutive accounting periods. 1956.2 Where a company. statement of profit and loss. The date of the cheque. applicable from the current period and the figures for the (e) “Enterprise” means a company as defined in section 3 of corresponding period of the previous accounting period need the Companies Act. BANKS (2) The Accounting Standards shall come into effect in respect a) Faster clearing cycle of accounting periods commencing on or after the publica- b) Better reconciliation/verification process tion of these Accounting Standards. c) Better Customer Service. Academic Guidance need to have branches in the NCR region. 1956 (1 of 1956). ceed rupees fifty crore in the immediately preceding 1. The CTS also supports the (iv) which does not have borrowings (including public de- intercity clearing and specialized clearing like high value clearing etc. Jt. The use of rubber stamps. hereby 1. has qualified for any ex- (d) “General Purpose Financial Statements” include balance emption or relaxation previously but no longer qualifies for sheet. (a) “Accounting Standards” means the Accounting Standards 1956. 1956 (1 of 1956).S. counting Standards as applicable to a Small and Medium (b) “Act” means the Companies Act. which are specified in BENEFITS OF CHEQUE TRUNCATION TO CUSTOMERS OF the Annexure to these rules. the relevant standards or requirements become notes which form part thereof. in India or outside India. Sized Company. Bank customers should use image friendly cheques.No Geographical Dependence (2) The Accounting Standards shall be applied in the prepa- g) Operational Efficiency will benefit the bottom lines of banks ration of General Purpose Financial Statements.

exclusive partnerships wherever feasible. According to the Economic Survey 2006-07 tabled in ing standard is found to be not in conformity with such law. Contingent and North-South and East-West corridors are expected to be completed Liabilities and Contingent Assets 3. the Survey states that 6.5 per cent registered during corresponding period due to subsequent amendments in the law.2006 Plants was higher than that of State Electricity Boards. The Survey states that provision of quality and efficient infrastructure services is essential to realise the full potential of growth impulses 4 The accounting standards include paragraphs set in bold italic type surging through the economy. India is expected Financial Statements to become a manufacturing hub for telecom equipment. 2006.2007 Student Company Secretary 11 March 2007 . However. cement and finished steel during this period. About 5 million Accounting Standard (AS) 14 Accounting for Amalgamations subscribers are being added every month. With these initiatives.801. the Survey states that merely Accounting Standard (AS) 28 Impairment of Assets 93 per cent works on GQ have been completed by November 2006 Accounting Standard (AS) 29 Provisions. public-private-partnerships and ing standard and in accordance with these General Instructions. Tele-density also increased from 12.7 per cent Grants Accounting Standard (AS) 13 Accounting for Investments in March 2006 to 16. crude oil.50. of last year. in that account. Academic Guidance able to the SMCs. a particular account.R.12. SUR VEY 2006-073 SURVEY tions from compliance with the requirements prescribed in an Accounting Standard: INDUSTRIAL GROWTH Provided that such a partial exemption or relaxation and Overall index of six core industries – electricity. ACCOUNTING STANDARDS In the Power sector. crude petroleum. there was a decline in growth rates of coal. During April- Notification G. Nine sites have been identified by the Accounting Standard (AS) 4 Contingencies and Events Central Electricity Authority (CEA) in nine States for the proposed Occurring After the Balance UMPPs. With this growth.5 The SMC may opt for availing certain exemptions or relaxa. The Accounting Standard (AS) 16 Borrowing Costs Survey observes that there is a need to increase the broadband Accounting Standard (AS) 17 Segment Reporting connectivity for knowledge-based society to grow quickly and for reaping Accounting Standard (AS) 18 Related Party Disclosures the consequent economic opportunities. combination of public investment. 11. As a result of various policy initiatives. the number Accounting Standard (AS) 15 Employee Benefits of telephones is expected to reach 250 million by end of 2007. Paragraphs in bold italic 14. telecom tariffs which were Foreign Exchange Rates among the highest in the world less than 4 years ago have now dipped Accounting Standard (AS) 12 Accounting for Government to be among the lowest.3 per cent in April-December. Accounting Standard (AS) 24 Discontinuing Operations In Road sector.38 crore and Rs. B. With a Accounting Standard (AS) 22 Accounting for Taxes on view to meeting the demand for telecom equipment in the country. The total Foreign Direct Accounting Standard (AS) 19 Leases Investment (FDI) approved and actual inflow upto July 2006 were Rs. are intended to be infrastructure registered a growth of 8. PIB Press Releases dated 27. disclosure shall not be permitted to mislead any person or public. the Parliament on 27th February 2007. the Survey states. Accounting Standard (AS) 7 Construction Contracts The Survey mentions that India’s Telecom sector has been one of Accounting Standard (AS) 9 Revenue Recognition the biggest success stories of the market oriented reforms and the Accounting Standard (AS) 10 Accounting for Fixed Assets country is now amongst the fastest growing telecom markets in the Accounting Standard (AS) 11 The Effects of Changes in World. if 2006 as compared to 5. The Ministry of Policies Power has launched an initiative for development of coal-based Ultra- Accounting Standard (AS) 2 Valuation of Inventories Mega Power Projects (UMPPs) in the country each with a capacity of Accounting Standard (AS) 3 Cash Flow Statements 4000 mega watts or above. if stated. and plain type. It Prior Period Items and further states that a strong all-India grid would enable exploitation of Changes in Accounting Policies unevenly distributed generation resources in the country to their Accounting Standard (AS) 6 Depreciation Accounting optimum potential. Accounting Standard (AS) 20 Earnings Per Share 38. 3 Accounting Standards are intended to apply only to items which are material.000 crore would be required in the infrastructure during the 11th type indicate the main principles. the Plant Load Factor (PLF) of the Central Sector dated 07. These investments are to be achieved through a shall be read in the context of the objective. the growth of power Accounting Standard Description generation in April-December 2006 was at 7.923. in the first nine months of 2006-2007. It mentions that an investment of Rs. a Income proposal for setting up Telecom Equipment and Services Export Accounting Standard (AS) 23 Accounting for Investments in Promotion Council and Telecom Testing and Security Certification Centre Associates in Consolidated is in the pipeline. The Universal Accounting Standard (AS) 21 Consolidated Financial Service Obligation (USO) Fund is also proposed to be used for creating Statements infrastructure for mobile and broadband services in rural areas.02. Average PLF Accounting Standard (AS) 1 Disclosure of Accounting of private plants was higher than that of public sector. fulfillment of the objective of “Electricity to All” at affordable prices. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ECONOMIC 1. 739(E) December 2006.S. steel. However. Listing out the constraints faced Interests in Joint Ventures in the timely completion of NHDP projects. The Survey recognizes the importance of formation of a strong Sheet Date National power grid for development of power system for cost-effective Accounting Standard (AS) 5 Net Profit or Loss for the Period.46 crore respectively. which have equal authority.5 per cent as compared to 4. coal. petroleum refinery products and cement having a direct bearing on 2 Accounting Standards.475 km lying on the Golden Quadrilateral (GQ) was Accounting Standard (AS) 27 Financial Reporting of completed till 30th November.776 km of national highways Accounting Standard (AS) 25 Interim Financial Reporting pertaining to the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) with Accounting Standard (AS) 26 Intangible Assets the bulk of 5. An individual accounting standard five-year plan. it shall disclose that information in com- pliance with the relevant accounting standard. refinery products provisions of the said law will prevail and the financial statements and electricity generation registered an acceleration in their growth rates shall be prepared in conformity with such law.8 per cent in December 2006. in conformity with the provisions of applicable laws. which are prescribed. the Survey adds.8 per cent in the corresponding period of last year.

The buoyant economy should The Survey states that operation and management and not only generate adequate employment but also provide adequate development of Airports at Delhi and Mumbai were handed over to and need based resources for large interventions in the critical areas joint venture companies for its modernisation and upgradation. With a view to The Survey pointed out that the Central Government expenditure encouraging participation of the private sector. the Survey points out that availability of resources alone be operational by the middle of 2008. It has also been decided that all the sub. The two airports are likely to However. The Survey feels that the sustained and high levels of economic The private sector participation envisaged in Phase-II of NHDP has growth in recent years provide a unique opportunity and momentum also been increased. contributed in maintaining employment growth in the a nascent concept in India and expertise at the level of project economy. infrastructure investments should gain momentum over health. However. says the Survey. Hyderabad and Bangalore is in progress. the while employment has grown faster than before rate of unemployment Survey mentions that government is actively pursuing Public Private also went up marginally from 2. of the urban infrastructure. the Survey states that a National Urban Calling this trend an encouraging development it nevertheless adds Transport Policy has been formulated with the objective of ensuring that there is need for faster employment growth for not only absorbing easily accessible.44 percent to 0. Under the overall guidance has come down from 61.2 percent during 1983-94 to – that there are signs of tangible progress in areas such as power. need to be emphasized to ensure good development of 35 non-metro airports. storage under this programme. formulation of model PPP and concession primary objective is to deliver essential services such as education. The Survey mentions that the governance and delivery of quality services through public action for policy initiatives have had a marked impact upon airline traffic. The Survey feels that the economy is already visible with the completion of about 93 per the paramount need is for making rapid strides in living standards. and 2004 which has raised some disturbing issues about optimal The Survey mentions that the constraints. 50.000 crore has been agreed to as central assistance for JNNURM for a period of 7 years beginning The Survey points out a reversal of the declining trend in from 2005-06. India’s progress on the social The Survey for says that there was a strong growth in Foreign Direct Student Company Secretary 12 March 2007 . appear to be easing. of growth of agriculture. of social sector. The share of agriculture in total employment Airports. The Committee on Accountability and transparency.6 percent in the five years ending 1999-2000 to 2.607 crore in 2006-07 (BE). Regarding urban infrastructure. general justice. roads. While construction and services. there is an urgent need SOCIAL SECTOR to step up employment in the organized private sector. With The Survey feels that while rightsizing of the public sector whose experience gained in PPPs. The State governments are will not guarantee faster social sector development. the Survey observes that PPP is still & communication. affordable. There is a need to focus attention on corridor management education. During most social sector programmes. Airports Authority of India (AAI) has decided to develop and depend a lot on the capacity mobilization of the States at various levels.38 percent per annum during 1994-2004. agreements. quick. With the declining share of agriculture in GDP. Time bound achievements of the physical targets will pipeline. authorities both at the central and state levels is limited. 0. A provision of Rs. This deceleration happened ports and airports. roads and irrigation and not providing direct employment. The Survey highlights that With a view to bridging the infrastructure deficit in the country. for faster social sector development. Ports. comfortable. 2006 international and domestic is a critical factor to achieve these objectives. Goa and Pakyong near Gangtok in Sikkim are in the of the states. for effective implementation of various social sector schemes. guidelines in this regard. the Survey states that the Jawaharlar Monitoring the progress through the outcome budget along with the Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) was launched to Right to Information Act is also necessary. the setting up of US$5 billion fund to finance Indian sector from 0. increasing from Rs.67 percent in 1993-94 to 54. Several initiatives have been taken during the last 2000 to 2004-05. Proposal to set up Greenfield airports in Navi Mumbai. 2. Capacity building of PRIs themselves the period April-September.6 per cent availability of adequate and skilled manpower for PRIs which is crucial respectively leading to an overall growth of 35. especially through the Panchayati Infrastructure has approved the report of the task force for the Raj Institutions (PRIs). The annual employment growth in the performance of the economy. cent of GQ. Following the road shows abroad for attracting global despite an acceleration in annual employment growth in the private financial capital. is a the coming months and year. the Survey adds. that outlook for infrastructural improvement looks promising.61 percent during the reference periods infrastructure on 15th February this year by four major financial as this acceleration was not enough to make up for corresponding institutions is an encouraging development. encourage cities to initiate steps to bring about improvement in the EMPLOYMENT existing service levels. health.1 percent in the 10 years ending the year 2006-07 for the sub-mission on Urban Infrastructure and 1993-94 to 1.240 crore in 1995-96 to Rs.500 crore has also been provided in employment growth – from an annual 2. the Survey feels. particularly transport. Recognizing the urban transport as one of the key elements in the five years ending 2004-05.5 percent Governance. with the ongoing demographic changes sustainable mobility for all. which inhibited the growth regulation and incentives. An amount of Rs. safe. reliable and the addition to the labour force.8 percent to 3. Efficacy of the encouraged to set up Greenfield airports with private sector programmes will depend a lot on the manner in which States implement participation. Tourism and Urban infrastructure.1 percent during 1999- Partnership (PPP). the Department of Road on social services including rural development has gone up consistently Transport and Highways has laid down comprehensive policy over the years. All the State The Survey however. Despite focus on sustained improvement in the quality of the life of FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES the people in general and poor in particular. various social sector programmes. the 2004-05. but also reducing the unemployment rate. The Survey says that a substantial impact upon sector front continues to be slow. these primarily being the domain Kannor in Kerala. welfare and the development of scheduled and road safety and the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) castes. States must ensure passengers recorded growth of 15. 18.5 per cent. is because of the slowing down three years to promote PPP in the sectors like Power. Academic Guidance by December 2009. has already put in place a Corridor Management Policy. projects in NHDP Phase-III to Phase-VII would be taken on the basis of public private partnership on Build Operate and Transfer mode. It further states organized sector decelerated from 1. The Survey also adds decline of employment in the public sector. 87. welcome development and should continue. the scope for PPP programme has been finalized and implementation of various absorbing substantial additional labour force in agriculture appears schemes is being closely monitored by the Ministries/Departments limited. Highways. employment growth in manufacturing fell short of its potential. modernize 35 non-metro airports in the country.8 per cent and 44. finds it worrisome that there has been a Governments and the Central Ministries have been advised to set up marginal decline in employment in the organized sector between 1994 a PPP Cell to promote this programme. The recent resurgence of manufacturing also bodes Construction work at Greenfield airports of international standards at well for employment generation. This. scheduled tribes and other backward classes.19 percent in of the Committee of Infrastructure headed by the Prime Minister.

Improved global growth 2006-07. which will not only increase the rate of investment in the economy but The Survey observes that the fiscal situation of the states also also infuse new technologies and management practices in these showed considerable improvement. “Trade policy reforms. need to place more emphasis proposed reduction in revenue and fiscal deficit as proportions of GDP on non-price factors like product quality.5% of world exports by 2009. subsidies fell from 1. With direct provision by the Centre the subsidies were budgeted at Rs. The Billion as against US $ 5. which in fact is better relative to industries and thereby increase exports. technology and market access 2003 and 2004.5 Billion.917.85 lakh new SHGs during 2006-07. The Survey. states that the deepening of domestic reforms is FISCAL CONSOLIDATION required to maintain and further accelerate the current dynamism in Progress in fiscal consolidation has been satisfactory in the post exports on a long-term basis. The issue of special securities to Oil Marketing Companies on account of overdue loans of farmers as on July 1.8 Billion in the first nine months of the current fiscal. was fixed at Rs. release of food grains under Sampoorna Gramin Rozgar Yojana and Under the Farm Credit Package 2004 the credit target for 2006-07 National Food for Work Programme. advantages through acquisitions overseas. This calls for reducing constraints like Fiscal Reforms and Budget Management (FRBM) period.398 crore as on 31st March 2006. The Survey The Survey mentions about special relief package for farmers says that as a proportion of GDP. India continued to maintain its share of 1% 2005. brand image. 06. 158 Regional assistance of Rs.4% in April-September.716 crore in 2002-03 to Rs.1 Billion in the year of 2005-06. At US $ 4.4% to months of this fiscal. areas covering 16 States across the country.2 per cent in 2001-02 to 3. 2007 with active purchase of foreign exchange by RBI of to high crude oil prices. cross $ 100 Billion mark.4 Billion in April September.422 crore will be ensured in these 31 districts in 2006-07. 5200 crore in crore will be waived in 31 affected districts. the survey says.38 lakh SHGs has decided that from kharif 2006-07.792 crore in 2006-07.1 per cent of and Kerala where there was incidence of farmers’ suicide. The imports grew by 36. As regards opening up of the economy and corporate restructuring has enhanced External Commercial Borrowings (ECB). 2006.8% in a global presence to harness scale. As a proportion of GDP. The growth rate was 27. It also calls for calibrated as a proportion of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has come down policy of phasing out export incentive schemes coupled with lowering from 6. The average 2007 and to make the renewal process more user friendly. packaging. Government announced the package for revival of Short-Term Rural Cooperative Credit Structure involving financial In all 547 banks including 470 Commercial Banks. The basic custom duty. The because of high bullion prices leading to a decline in import of gold reserve accretion has been aided by the balance of payments of US $ and silver in first few months.3% in April-December. 50. market diversification and trade facilitation efforts India’s credit rating and the current interest and exchange rate outlook. petroleum grew from Rs. 8. which was followed by 2006 thus gaining in momentum reaching a level of US $ 89. after gross outflows under FDI with domestic corporate entities seeking which was attained in 2005 after remaining unchanged at 0. of which 85 per cent has been achieved BANK LOANS by December 31. FDI was almost twice its level in April-September. The subsidies do not include the compensation through the and respective State Governments will share this amount equally.13. farmers should receive crop were credit linked as on December 31st 2006 against the target of loans upto a principal amount of Rs. operation of the Self Help Groups –Bank Linkage Programme introduced as a mechanism to provide the rural poor easy and self- The Survey says during kharif 2006 Varsha Bima-2006 scheme managed formal financial services on a sustainable basis by enabling was being implemented in and around 150 districts/rain gauge station them to gain access to banking services in a cost-effective manner.6 and recovery in world trade aided the growth of Indian exports. equity.3 lakh at 7 per cent rate of interest.6 Billion in the first six months of 2006-07 as against US $ 15.7% in first nine months of the current year. 40. continued acceleration of growth of the manufacturing sector. which was The Foreign Exchange Reserves reached US $ 180 Billion as on substantially contributed by the growth in POL imports at 39. primarily Exchange Reserves provide an import cover of about 11 months.75. The Government of India 2006-07. sustained appreciation of SUBSIDIES other major currencies viz-a-viz the US Dollar in the current year also The Survey says that major subsidies mainly on food fertilizer and resulted in valuation gain. 2006.1. The net FII inflow during April September 2006 was US $ 1. It emphasizes that with the demand from major trading partners. The programme has enabled nearly 329 lakh families in the country to EXPORTS gain access to micro-finance facilities from the formal banking system. In addition.2 Billion during the first six The exports during 2005-06 also grew at a healthy rate of 23. the performance of the Central Government. NABARD has been designated as the Rural Banks and 342 Cooperative bans are actively involved in the implementing agency. ECBs continued to remain attractive. outdated/inflexible labour laws.220 crore AGRICULTURAL CREDIT in 2005-06 (provisional).7 Billion in 2005-06. the survey notes. The buoyancy of exports was increase in net inflows to US $ 5. by 0. A credit flow of Corporation of India. aggressive push to foreign direct investment (FDI) in export industries.3% in April-December. seem to have paid good dividends”.2006. 11. the fresh loan from the banks. In January 2006. Maharashtra. 3.2718 expenditure on subsidies is expected to increase by Rs. It is estimated that an amount of Rs. in turn. 98. The Cooperative Banks and RRBs have been The Survey states that over 2 lakh Self Help Groups (SHGs) availed advised to cover all farmers under Kisan Credit Card Scheme by March bank loans worth Rs. The package GDP in 2006-07 (BE). It is targeted to reach 1. The infrastructure bottlenecks. Capital flows into India remained strong on an overall basis even in world merchandise exports during the first eight months of 2006. SSI Economic Survey 2006-2007 says that the fiscal deficit of the centre reservations and high transaction costs.2 per cent in 2005-06 (provisional) and 1. Foreign The Survey emphasizes that India’s significant export growth in Institutional Investment (FII) has turned positive in the second half of recent years was on account of a host of favourable external the current year after turning into net outflows during the first half of developments and domestic policy initiatives. 2005. so that farmers have no past burden. 2006 will be rescheduled over LPG and PDS Kerosene and special securities issued to Food a period of 3 to 5 years with one year moratorium. Karnataka 2002-03 to 1.596 crore. the survey informs of a sharp the competitiveness of Indian industry.2% due February.000 crore. 2. Government bank loan per Self Help Group was around Rs. 44. The non-oil import growth decelerated to a US $ 9. 44.7 per cent in announced for 31 districts in Andhra Pradesh.4% in 2005-06. Student Company Secretary 13 March 2007 . The survey also recommends a more higher than the levels prescribed under the FRBM Rules. envisages waiving of interest on overdue loans as on July 1.1 Billion in first half of 2006-07 from driven by the resurgence in the manufacturing sector and sustained a total inflow of US $ 2. improvement in trade promotion.6 percentage points and 0.5 percentage points respectively was delivery and after-sale services.8 per cent in 2006-07 (BE). Academic Guidance Investment (FDI) flows with three quarters of such flows in the form of India’s merchandise exports increased by 36.21. This would make them eligible for It states that including the supplementary demand for grants. The Foreign moderate 18. for settlement of outstanding dues on account of Rs. Exporters.

The Course is open to all the students and members of the ICSI. The Survey brings out anti-inflationary policies of government like strict The Survey says that the fight against inflation has to be calibrated fiscal and monetary discipline. 2007 SESSION ONWARDS COMPULSORY COMPUTER TRAINING SCHEME In the Company Secretaries Regulations. Higher demand as a The Government during the year closely monitored prices every result of an accelerated growth in GDP. module details and topic-wise time duration etc. pressure on inflation upward trend with intermittent decreases. rate of 3. post purchased Urad and Moong overseas. in accordance with the directions given by the Council. . adversely affecting both savings and investment. 2007 session only without completing the computer training with the condition that. The minimum support price (MSP) of related factors have also exerted pressure on demand side. on an aggregate to supplement domestic availability.icsi. in compliance of the aforesaid amendments. on interest rates. import pulses at zero duties from June 8. ICSI/710/1(M)/1 dated 3rd May. Academic Guidance fiscal deficit of the States declined by 1. Government’s agenda as the inflation hurts the poor and puts pressure various metals and machinery items from January 22. www. the following regulation shall be substituted. a student may be permitted PROVISIONALLY to appear in the June. Duration of the Course 70 Hours Fee Rs.(c) applies with such examination fee as may be determined by the council from time to time so as to reach the Secretary. NAFED and has been making efforts to ease the pressure on prices. as published in the Gazette of India(Extra Ordinary) vide Notification No.3000 per participant for General Category & Rs. “40 Admission to the Intermediate Examinations —- No candidate shall be admitted to the Intermediate examination unless he/she :- .(b) has successfully completed computer training program as may be specified from time to time by the Council and in the manner so specified or exempted there from.6 per cent in 2006-07 (BE). wheat was raised by Rs. 2006. 2006 and a ban on export of INFLATION pulses.2007 remained at 5 per cent.9 percentage points. Computer Training will be compulsory and pre-requisite for all the students intending to appear in the Intermediate Examination from December. effective supply demand management appropriate policies it should be possible to maintain and manage of sensitive items through liberal tariff and trade policies and high growth without inflation. However.” In terms of the aforesaid amendment in the Company Secretaries Regulations. Besides the Government took FRBMA. sugar and edible oils. No student will be allowed to appear at the Examination to be held from December. permission given to private trade basis. and . With duties of essential commodities. The Institute. Student Company Secretary 14 March 2007 .50 per quintal and announced well in advance Government has been quick in responding to these developments of the sowing season to bring additional acreage under wheat. has tied up with M/s NIIT through which 70 hours of computer training shall be provided to the students/members of the Institute in all Centres of NIIT all over the country. 2007.e. Average inflation in the 52 may persist because of a mis-match in supply and demand for some weeks ending on February 3. he/she has to deposit the requisite fees at the respective NIIT Centre and fulfill the formalities as per the requirements of the Computer Training Centre. regulatory measures to contain volatility in the future prices of wheat. he/ she will complete the Computer Training before seeking enrollment to Final Examinations. A fee of Rs. 2006. the inflation rate in 2006-07 has been on a general In the current year.(a) is a registered student and produces a certificate from the head of the coaching administration ( by whichever name designated) to the effect that he has undergone satisfactorily a course of postal or oral tuition for the Intermediate examination. have been published on the website of the ICSI i. 2007 examinations onwards.edu under FAQ. To undergo this course. the Survey speculates. sugar and pulses and ban on future trading in pulses.2500 per participant for SC/ST Category Note : Service Tax as per the GOI rules applicable from time to time shall be paid in actual by the participant A student can be exempted from undergoing the course on the basis of his existing qualification/degree in the computer field subject to the conditions that he or she enrolls himself/herself for an online exemption test (to be conducted by NIIT) at any of the NIIT Centre on all India bases and successfully clears the test. credit growth and other pulses. The list of NIIT Centres including detailed course contents. because of a faster increase in foreign assets.450 plus Service Tax. Salient features of the course in brief : - Title of the Course “Understanding Information Technology in Corporate Environment”. per student is payable for online test which is applicable for a maximum of TWO attempts within a period of one month. etc. ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS APPEARING IN THE CS INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATIONS FROM JUNE. rationalization of excise and import so that policies contain inflation without compromising growth. 2007 session onwards unless he/ she successfully completes the Computer Training.98 per cent. 2007 session onwards. To take admission. permission to ahead of the target. higher growth in reserve money week and initiated measures to enhance domestic availability of wheat. 1982. for regulation 40. two year to import wheat at zero duty from September 9. a number of measures . all students are required to successfully undergo a Compulsory Computer Training Programme for becoming eligible for appearing in the CS Intermediate Examinations from June.STC allowed import of 55 lakh tones of wheat As far as the reduction in revenue deficit is concerned. this is budgeted to get eliminated in 2006-07 (BE). 1982.5 per cent in 2003-04 to 2. reduction Containment of inflation during 2005-06 was high on the in duty on palm group of oils and further duty cuts for Portland cement. a student/member has to approach any NIIT Centre on all India basis. It says. starting with a by the rapid rise in prices of primary articles all over the world. from 4. Inflation in recent times has been triggered strengthening the public distribution system. primary articles and firm international prices.

Shareholder seeking be taken against them. Therefore.N.2006] subsidiary Sutlej Textiles & Industries Ltd (STIL). The company returned the share Decision: Scheme sanctioned. The basic question in all these appeals is whether refrigeration plant/cold storage plant/central air conditioning LW(S) 15. reasonable. LTD & ANR [(2007) 76 CLA 118 (CLB)].K. For these reasons the petition appropriate orders from the competent court for registering the shares stands allowed and the scheme of arrangement is sanctioned.9. amalgamation reserve ‘cannot be utilized for distribution to the The petitioner had requested the transferor to execute a fresh transfer shareholders was not objected to by the shareholders and the meeting deed but the transferor did not respond. the petitioner lost the share certificate while shifting Broadly the scheme appears to be fair.5. the transferor and transferee companies overwhelmingly approved the Held.K. according to law its office. FCS. The shareholders and creditors of responding. J. Where a copy of register of members is sought by a member who has SUTLEJ INDUSTRIES LTD. 1956 on the ground that the of members-Held. it would be appropriate that the shares are registered in the name of the Central Excise Act. vacation and retention of the houses members and the latest annual return. shares of the respondent company. 1944-Sections 2(d) and 3.Balu (VC).Section 163 (6) . illegality or impropriety in the The petitioner had not carried out the inspection of the register of orders passed by the learned trial court as upheld by the learned members. It has not been company.2007 filed by reply nor opposed the petition. appellate court in respect of the petitioners and these criminal revision Decision: Petition dismissed petitions having no merit and substance are dismissed. the original share certificate according to the Companies (Issue of Brief facts: In each of these appeals challenge is to the common Share Certificate) Rules.9. SRAVYA FINANCE & INVESTMENT (P) LTD v.5. Decision: Petition allowed. Yes.03. petitioner to execute an indemnity bond for effecting the transfer in its I. I do not find any error. TAX LAWS Reason: Considering the facts that the second respondent neither LW(S) 17.. [Decided on communications of the company on the claim of the petitioner and 12. petition in the High Court contending that the dispute between them K. Advocate.Kapadia. [Decided on Brief facts: Sutlej Industries Ltd. 1960. The petitioner claims that it had lost the share certificate. final order passed by CEGAT.Plant and petitioner. view of the above. DCM SHRIRAM INDUSTRIES LTD [(2007) 76 CLA had held that plant and machinery assembled at site is not liable to 211 (RAJ)]. No. Harbans Lal. IN RE.Section 111A .2006] that there are no claimants in respect of the impugned shares. name. The Regional Director took objection the arrangement/ its members register. 1956-Section 630. Thus. The scheme of merger Companies Act.Transfer of shares – provided that in case any capital reserve arises the same shall be Transferee lost the original share certificate . that second respondent failed to respond to any of the (207) ELT 321 (S.9 of the scheme. they are employees of the company and have been allotted Brief facts: The petitioner was a shareholder of the respondent the accommodation as employees of the company. No.Held. even if they be treated as workmen. do not see good reason to exclude para 9. machinery assembled at site. 1956. SATYAM COMPUTER SERVICES is valid. v. transfer deed covering 100 shares to the petitioner as bad delivery Reason: The contention of the Regional director that ‘arrangement/ because of difference in the signature of transferor (the 2nd respondent).Regional Director opposed this.Balu (VC). New Delhi. Yes. amalgamation reserve cannot be utilized for distribution to Brief facts: The petitioner is a share broker and purchased 2000 shareholders.2007 termination. [Decided on 4. [Decided on 24. The petitioner approached the CLB praying for the issuance of duplicate share certificate and registration of the same in its name.Amalgamation- LW(S) 14. The Tribunal B. Brief facts: The petitioner and other 10 persons were employees CORPORATE LAWS of the respondent company whose services were terminated.Whether duplicate share certificate could be issued. Reason: The right under section 163 to seek a copy of the register LW(S) 16. Since the company did not furnish a copy of the register of pointed out that the allotment.H.Whether correct- Held.03.03.Whether amounts to manufacture- Therefore. Companies Act. 1956. Legal World vacate the quarters in spite of their termination-Company initiated LEGAL WORLD prosecution-Trial court convicted the petitioners. J. Yes. no directions could be issued to the Kumar Sharma.03. 1956-Sections 391-394.Held. K.K. The company advised the of the shareholders unanimously approved the scheme of arrangement. Stand of the appellant was that the fabrication of such Companies Act.Shareholder did not carry out inspection- Shareholder approached CLB for directions against the company Reason: So far as the contention with respect to inapplicability of –Whether CLB direct the company to furnish copy of the register section 630 of the Companies Act.2007 plant/caustic soda plant can be subjected to excise duty. Whether the company could register the transferee in scheme. therefore. JJ.2006] and the respondent was a civil dispute and criminal actions could not Companies Act.Transferor not treated as free reserves of STIL. Arijit Pasayat &S. in before the Company Law Board seeking directions to furnish the same. Whether excise duty is leviable-Held.12.Company Decision: Revision petition dismissed. the company advised the petitioner to obtain and in the interest of shareholders. [Decided on 12.2006] company to furnish a copy of the same. They had refused to vacate the quarters allotted to them upon their LW(S) 13. did not supply the same. VIRDI BROTHERS [2007 by this Bench.2007 of members accrues to a member who has carried out an inspection. Compiled by T. despite the opportunity afforded COMMISSIONER OF CENTRAL EXCISE. Meanwhile. No. No petitioners are workmen is concerned.Employees refusing to plants made out of duty paid bought out goods amounts to manufacture Student Company Secretary 15 March 2007 . in its name. (SIL) merged with its wholly owned 7. copy of the register of members from the company. The respondent prosecuted them under section 630 of the Act.Whether the objection ALTINA SECURITIES (P) LTD v. the petitioner filed a petition allotted to them are governed by some other set of rules. Padmanabhan.A. [(2007) 76 CLA 227 (RAJ)]. the company will issue duplicate share certificate in lieu of Held. KUMARS These employees challenged the trial courts order by filing revision METALLURGICAL CORPORATION LTD [(2007) 76 CLA 139 (CLB)].2007 Scheme provided for treating amalgamation reserve as free reserves.03. The Trial court convicted them and imposed punishment.SINGH v. Shiv not carried out its inspection.C)].2006] excise duty.

Member (T).A. It is in the interest of the students to subscribe to the Journal.C.2006] held by the Tribunal in the case of Shitala Parsed Sharma v.T.L. Cochin-1999 who granted the immunities to the company from payment of interest. dated 15th January.E.1 lac on the appellant. It was further submitted that in the present case the main LW(S) 18.401 (S.C. 1944.. I have considered the submission. Institutional Area.3 (S. legal decisions and analytical and informative articles. the duty. Central Board of Excise & Customs. COMMISSIONER OF CENTRAL EXCISE [2007 has been absolved of penal consequences there should be no question (207) ELT 713 (Tri. (106) E.622 (S. C. company has been absolved of the managing director.2005 (183) E.Revenue imposing penalty on this case also the main accused i.03.).Mumbai)]. The “Legal World” section provides all the latest and important cases. Jaipur v. members of the Institute and lawyers but is equally important for students for keeping them well informed about the latest changes and developments.L.Company settled the issue decision in the case of Shitala Parsed Sharma (supra) and since in with the Settlement Commission. For Central Excise Rule.5. CCE. C.C. Ltd. The appellant appealed Government of India.L. excise duty is payable. CCE –1995 (75) E.. company calling upon to show cause as to why the alleged amount of Decision: Appeals dismissed. Ltd. and the “Articles” section provides informative and analytical articles on contemporary topics. 300/.L.2007 accused was company and it is settled law that when the main accused H.58/1/2002-CX. [Decided of imposition of penalty on co-accused under Rule 209 A as has been on 9. 21(Tri). CCE-2000 (120) as also from imposition of the penalty as also from prosecution. 1944 –Rule 209A. duty as set out in the show cause notice be not demanded from the company and why the appellant in his capacity as the Managing Director Reason: This Court in several cases has determined the issue of the company should not be penalized under Rule 209 A of the relating to excisability of plants and machinery assembled at site.T. Finally the Commissioner Central Excise No. The Circular indicates Decision: Appeal allowed. E.. New Delhi.439 (Tribunal). The appeals are accordingly dismissed with no the knowledge of the department and there was no intention to evade order as to costs. The company approached the Settlement example Quality Steel Tubes Pvt.This in turn will not only help the students to write their examinations well but will also help them to step into the professional world with confidence. .Whether tenable. The journal is rated to be one of the best professional journals consistently maintaining high standards in providing Government notifications.T. Hyderabad.and forward the same to : Joint Director (Publications) The Institute of Company Secretaries of India 22. Meerut-19966 (88) settlement application filed by the company would cover the appellant’s E.C. case also.Agarwal. the “From the Government” column provides changes/ amendments in various statutes/Laws/Rules etc. Duncan Industries Ltd.) should not imposed. Legal World of a new marketable commodity and therefore.K.MAFATLAL v. v. CCE.C. I accordingly set aside the order of the Commissioner company as also to the appellant who is the Managing Director of the and allow the appeal.-2001 (130) Thereafter the appellant was called upon to show cause why a penalty E. 17 Commission for settlement of the case under the belief that the (S. v.e. Student Company Secretary 16 March 2007 . 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The of power conferred under Section 37B of the Act. that it was intended to clarify the question of excisability of plant and machinery assembled at site. Mittal Engineering Works Pvt. No. Man Structural Ltd.). 2002 has been issued by the imposed a penalty of Rs.Show cause notice to I find that the facts of the case are fully covered by the Tribunal’s company and its managing director.T. as he was not a party to the case before the As a matter of fact taking into account these decisions Circular settlement commission. v.273 (S. The concessional annual subscription of the journal is Rs. Central Excise Rules.for the Registered Students of the Institute. Sirpur Paper Mills Ltd. Attention Students! 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Srinagar (J&K) 227 IX. therefore. 3. Centre in their enrolment applications for appearing in the forthcoming examinations. Similarly. 2007. the study material at present enrolment application forms : is available in English medium only.2007 column of the enrolment application form along with the attested 2. 25th March/25th September Accordingly. Kolhapur 417 2. Last date for seeking paperwise 26.2007* the letter issued by the Institute granting such exemption. once again advised to fill in the enrolment Queries are often being received by the Institute with regard applications/examination forms ‘EXA’ carefully to avoid last to the option of medium for pursuing the Company Secretaryship moment problem for themselves as well as for the Institute. Student Company Secretary 19 March 2007 .04. Last date for seeking extension 26. No request for grant/cancellation of paperwise exemption shall be entertained after the last date i. Place Centre Code VIII.03.03. No cutting and over writing is to be done in the examination form. incomplete and applications not filled The Institute is pleased to announce opening of two new in their own handwriting by the students will not be accepted. Similarly. All the students appearing in the examination are required to It is clarified that the students may opt for pursuing the course enclose the photocopies of the following documents with their in English/Hindi medium. students are welcome to opt for the new Examination for June/December examination respectively. (a) Last date for receipt of Examination 26.2007* restored/reviewed under any circumstances. may submit their enrolment applications for appearing in the examination pending issue/receipt of the coaching completion certificates. No change of group(s) will be allowed after submission of the Secretaries' examinations for the next three sessions to be held in enrolment application. on group wise basis and not on individual paperwise basis. 100 09.750 (Per group) made for the same along with the enrolment application. Sl No. while filling up the examination form as and when the students intend to appear in the examination. No exemption fee is payable for availing of paperwise exemption 4. December. In case.e. 2007 column of the enrolment application and enclose a photocopy of 1. Answering to test papers and writing examination partly in 5. In any case.2007* on the basis of “APO” (already passed under old syllabus) or of registration/registration de-novo securing 60% or more marks in the Institute’s examination. It is again emphasised that students who have already been ATTENTION STUDENTS granted exemption in any paper included in the group for which INTENDING TO APPEAR IN COMPANY SECRETARIES the enrolment has been sought. application in the Institute in those cases where the student has applied for exemption for the first time. 2008 purely on VII. 1. But coaching completion certificate would be issued only when they have OPENING OF NEW EXAM. XI Students Identity Card : All the candidates appearing in the Company Secretaries Examination are advised to timely complete III. Course. the same must also be indicated in the appropriate (b) With a late fee of Rs. Coaching Completion Certificate. they can opt to write the Institute’s main exemption has been granted on the basis of qualification). All students appearing in the Intermediate examination are necessary formalities for obtaining their identity cards duly required to complete successfully the Computer Training before countersigned by the issuing authority of the Institute as per filling up the examination form ‘EXA’ instructions published in the prospectus Career in Company IV. CLARIFICATION REGARDING HINDI MEDIUM Students are. student is interested in cancellation of exemption which Intermediate Rs. exemption 8. Letter granting the paperwise exemption (wherever paperwise medium. Examination fees photocopies of the relevant marks sheets and the exemption fee. This option is to be exercised 4. the students 1. Foundation Rs. 2007 and June. Marks-sheet for availing paperwise exemption on the basis of securing 60% or more marks in the earlier examination of the As regards writing of examination. X. Examination Centres at following places for conduct of 'Company VI. CENTRES AT KOLHAPUR AND successfully completed the coaching for the group(s) concerned. payable at New Delhi.875 (Lumpsum) 7.03. The examination fee stands revised as above.900 (Per group) has already been granted to him. test papers under the Postal Tuition Scheme in English or Hindi 2. Original letter issued by the Institute showing the credit balance. examination in English or Hindi Medium. No request/correspondence for withdrawal of application from appearing in the examination or adjustment of amount for the next examination shall be entertained after submission of the examination form under any circumstances. However. Please note that once paperwise exemption is cancelled. it shall not be 3. The students who have submitted/would be submitting all the Secretaryship – A Handbook”. a separate request should be Final Rs.

32. 2-3 weeks’ time. he/she may not be given credit for his/her answers. page of Answer Book No. Noida. 16. 43. 2006 EXAMINATION June. Hyderabad. 3. Kanpur. scheduled in June. 46. Ghaziabad. 28. 37. 6. as scheduled. 29. the Final examinations will be printed in English version only. (vii) candidates opting Hindi medium for the examination may 25. 02nd June. in English (South) 35. HINDI AS AN OPTIONAL MEDIUM FOR WRITING THE As published on Page No. Director (Exams. Mumbai(CG). 9. Jodhpur.M. (ii) student registration number. Ludhiana. he/she should write to the in one medium and the remaining part in other medium are Sr.* 56. Guwahati.00 P. 52. 2. 48. student Candidates are allowed to use their own battery operated noiseless registration number. Candidates are advised not to club any other remittance group of examination. 20 of the February. Allahabad. 41. 12 she appeared. *Kolhapur and Srinagar Examination Centres are opened for 1. Dehradun. the 10th June. Raipur. 30. 19. Jammu. and not for any individual paper(s) in or query along with request for Verification of Marks to facilitate the enrolment application form each time for appearing in an early reply. 13.) giving relevant details – (i) his/her name. rules. 2007 and June. as the case may be. 2007.edu on 25th February. Ranchi. 64.icsi. 26. a candidate can seek Verification of EXAMINATIONS Marks in any subject(s) of December. 53. Shimla. 2007. 4. the results were displayed 3. exercising such an option in the enrolment application form. Pune. 44. Faridabad. stage without assigning any reason. 2006 to 03rd 2. 1982. Nasik. 63. 10. Gurgaon 24. not complying with the requirements of regulations and/or 2007 from 4. candidates are (ii) option of medium for writing examination once exercised is communicated outcome of the Verification of Marks. Yamuna Nagar of appearing or writing the examination. Jaipur. Offices of the Regional Councils and Chapters. Any candidate not receiving his/her announcements. Therefore. 22. Student Services EXAMINATION NOTE: 1. Candidates should note that non-receipt/delayed receipt of simultaneously on the Notice Boards at the Institute’s Headquarters. Kolhapur* 33. 23. Pondicherry. 65. the examination. CANDIDATES FOR WRITING EXAMINATIONS 54. After completion of verification process. Vijayawada. 7. 42. The results alongwith the break-up of subjectwise marks were as valid and sufficient reason for seeking any relaxation or made available on Institute’s Website: www. Delhi (East). 2007. examination centre. JUNE. digits and 2 memories. AVAILING OF CONCESSION BY PHYSICALLY DISABLED 49. and be provided Question Papers printed both in English and (vii) complete postal address along with PIN Code. Delhi write HINDI MEDIUM in bold letters on the top of the cover (North). Bareilly. DECLARATION OF DECEMBER. Udaipur. 20. the Communication’ paper). Tiruchirapalli. 2007. preferably in candidate’s own handwriting. Mangalore. 14. if a candidate does not receive any (iii) answer books of candidates who write part of papers/answers communication by 20th April. medium. 36. Visakhapatnam. Ambala. 45. on Sunday. sections. (iii) stage of examination and roll (iv) candidates who have exercised option of Hindi medium in number. USE OF CALCULATORS IN EXAMINATIONS write to the Sr. Mumbai (GTK). Panaji. etc. 47. December. Intermediate and Final examinations on the application for Verification of Marks in respect of December. to the examination together with the following supporting documents : Student Company Secretary 20 March 2007 . Srinagar. Patna. 15.. Coimbatore. among students will not be allowed in the examination hall. Accordingly.5/-. Exchange or lending/borrowing of calculators addressed stamped envelope worth Rs. Kolkata technical and legal terms.1. Kolkata (North). roll number. 61. Any physically disabled student who requires some concession or 58. Indore. which will be printed/required to be answered in English only). 2. 59. stage of examination and group(s) in which he/ and cordless pocket calculators with not more than 6 functions. (iv) name of the subject(s) in which verification of marks was their examination enrolment form for writing Foundation sought. headings. Meerut. will not be accepted Centres. 2008 sessions only RESULTS purely on an experimental basis). Bhubaneswar. 2007. etc. Lucknow. 8. 12.00 P. VERIFICATION OF MARKS 5. together with a requisite fee (i) option of Hindi Medium for writing the examination is to be @ Rs. Intermediate and Final examinations of the company secretaries held from 26th December. 55. Vadodara. The Question Papers for The next examination for the Foundation Course. Rajkot. quotations. The Roll Numbers of successful last dates for submission of enrolment applications for the candidates in the examinations are published elsewhere in this issue. Mumbai (JOG). Aurangabad 6. last dates and observe the time schedule.. 27. within writing all papers of the Foundation (except the ‘English & Business one month from the date of declaration of results. (vi) amount examination and Group-I of Intermediate examination will of verification fee and details with regard to mode of remittance. 57. the 25th February. and 21. the candidates in their own The result-cum-marks statements were despatched to all interest are timely advised to keep track of important candidates by 03rd March. Jamshedpur. Chennai (vi) candidates opting Hindi medium for the examination must (South). Hindi version (except for ‘English & Business 3. if they so desire. normally within irrevocable for that particular session of examination. response to result queries. i. 2007 issue of the FOUNDATION. 51. Bangalore. 2007. 2007 being exercised for all papers of an examination OR a particular holiday). (v) date of application and mode of its despatch.) for issuing duplicate result-cum-marks statement giving relevant particulars. his/her name. and Examination requests for verification of marks. The Institute reserves the right to withdraw any centre at any January. Delhi (West). viz. 2007 to Sunday. 11. Bhilwara. Intermediate and Group-II of the Intermediate examination and all papers of Final. 60. Ernakulam. for that he/she should make a (Haryana) and one Overseas Centre — Dubai as per the Time-Table separate written request along with his/her application for enrolment and Programme published on the last cover page of this issue. Madurai. result-cum-marks statement. Agra.e. Nagpur. As in the past. 2007 EXAMINATION Communication’ paper. Delhi (South). Director (Exams. However. 17. 31. write answers to practical questions. The results of the Foundation. 2006 following conditions: examinations should be made on a plain paper. 5. 40. 2007 were declared at 4. 50. assistance which is normally admissible under the rules for the purpose 62. 34.100 per subject upto 26th March. INTERMEDIATE AND FINAL ‘Student Company Secretary’.. (25th March. 38. 2006 examination under Candidates are allowed to use Hindi as an optional medium for Regulation 46(2) of the ‘Company Secretaries Regulations. along with a self. 18. Chandigarh.M. liable to be cancelled without any notice. Bhopal. Varanasi. 2007 should immediately 4. 1. will be held from Saturday.. onwards. Ahmedabad. Thirvananthapuram. 39. Chennai (North). Mysore. Surat. 2007 at the 65 examination (v) if a candidate writes his/her answers in Hindi medium without centers. Thane. 1B. result-cum-marks statement by 14th March. next examinations.

should not be more than Officer. PROHIBITION ON CARRYING MOBILE PHONES Institutional Area. 2007 Sd/- (N. Address : Secretary & Chief Executive size duly affixed with postage stamp worth Rs. and (b) debarred him from appearing sion. the Examination Committee found one Final examinee bearing Roll No. Infringement of these Sd/- instructions shall tentamount to adoption of unfair means and N. Jain) MERIT-CUM-MEANS ASSISTANCE SCHEME. any such attempt to indulge in unfair NOTIFICATION practice by the examinee(s) shall be viewed seriously. applications not reaching the Institute on or before 25th May. 2007 RULES. State the country : Not applicable File No. the combined India. such as – UPSC. if employed or is having an Address : Secretary & Chief Executive independent source of income. Periodicity of Publication : Monthly According to the scheme. Officer. 1983 can be downloaded from the Institute’s website www. income from all sources should not be more than Rs. The of origin income of such a candidate. advised not to bring any of the total capital such prohibited items to the examination venue. Jain. Jain BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL Whether Citizen of India : Yes If foreigner. applications not India. 22.edu or obtained by post from the Institute free of cost of origin by sending a self-addressed envelope of 23 cms.50. The Institute of Company Secretaries of India. the 28th February.icsi. 'ICSI House'. 2007 Signature of the Publisher Student Company Secretary 21 March 2007 .K. hereby declare that the particulars given above are and/or the Examination Centre Staff shall not be responsible true to the best of my knowledge and belief.K. Institutional Area.K.50. The Institute of Rs. The Committee further Scribe and/or extra-time for writing examinations.K.000/. 22. ICSI NO. Jain Prescribed application form together with a copy of the Merit- Whether Citizen of India : Yes cum-Means Assistance (Company Secretaryship Course) If foreigner.30684 (Regn No. Hospital certifying the nature (permanent or tempo- rary) and percentage of disability. Lodi Road. 2006 examinations.207:Exams: 2007 of origin New Delhi – 110 003. Lodi Road. at one If foreigner. therefore. The Institute of Applications not made on the prescribed forms and/or without Company Secretaries of supporting documents. Secondary Board/Univer- guilty of adopting unfair means in the examination. therefore.. 2006. Editor's Name : N. Name and Address : Not applicable Candidates intending to appear in the ‘Company Secretaries’ of individual who Official journal of the own the newspaper Institute of Company examinations may note that carrying of Mobile phones.ERO206035) (ii) Letter of Permission issued by Sr. 2007 New Delhi-110003 are liable to be rejected. fulfilling the eligibility criteria laid down under the scheme or Institutional Area. SSC. per annum. 2007 Secretary & CEO Officer. K. New Delhi-110003 TO EXAMINATION VENUE 6. JAIN) Address : Secretary & Chief Executive Dated. a candidate applying for assistance 3. Jain should have passed Foundation or Both Groups of the Whether Citizen of India : Yes Intermediate examination without exemption in any paper. N.per annum and if he/she is dependent on his/her Company Secretaries of parents/guardian/spouse whether partially or wholly. Accordingly. 1983 Secretary & CEO In pursuance of para 13 of the “Merit-cum-Means Assistance (Company Secretaryship Course) Scheme.K. 2. applications are invited to reach THE REGISTRATION OF NEWS PAPERS (CENTRAL) the Institute in the prescribed form on or before 25th May. 2 OF FEBRUARY. State the country : Not applicable Scheme.10/-. etc. ICAI. Publisher's Name : N. 1956 (FORM IV : RULE 8) for award of 15 numbers of financial assistance each for pursuing Statement about ownership and other particulars of Student Intermediate and Final course of the “company secretaryship” Company Secretary from students who fulfil the eligibility criteria laid down under the 1. New Delhi-110003 4.000/. (N.1. 2006 Examination. Date : 28th Feb. State Public Service Commis- December. 'ICSI House'. as the Institute I. as amended upto 14th and 15th October. 1983”. pagers and partners or Secretarties of India or any other communication devises are strictly prohibited into shareholers holding the premises where “Company Secretaries” examinations are more than one per cent conducted. K. Printer's Name : N. x 11 cms. incomplete applications. Candidates are. 'ICSI House'. Medical Officer (Specialists) of a Central or State ADOPTION OF UNFAIR MEANS Govt.2. 5. or Sr. Lodi Road. JAIN entail disciplinary action. Student Services (i) Disability Certificate issued by the Medical Board/Head of Deptt. granting him/her assistance of a in next two sessions of examination. and December. observed that such an unbecoming behaviour was not befitting the aspirants intending to joint the profession of ‘Company Secretaryship’ and. 22. State the country : Not applicable sitting.. 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06. 41. 08. 33. 42. 07. 95. 79. 36. 70. 45. 85. 28. 08. 20. 68. 49. 27. 64. 45. 34. 81. 10. 75. 69. 35. 43. 34. 12901. 52. 23. 27. 92. 48.52. 72. 97. 62. 20. 80. 10. 49. 3412. 90. 31. 70. 67. 13. 44.83. 43. 17. 64. 35. 21. 63. 16. 69. 23. 43. 27. 71. 04. 93. 22. 63. 43. 5517. 71. 13. 36. 19. 42. 58. 22.85. 71. 7884. 43. 06.17.41. 98. 83. 73. 52. 12. 99. 94. 4831. 27.94. 75. 29. 65. 30. 30. 78. 69. 44. 09. 30. 09. 25. 23. 08. 15888. 42. 27. 56.40. 12. 14031. 08. 38. 23. 76. 46. 27. 84. 08. 47. 99. 51. 95. 20. 70. 55. 70. 44. 69. 16. 48. 03. 77. 70. 77. 61. 69. 7101. 01. 88. 1100. 23. 04. 05. 81. 38. 35. 44. 93. 16. 11. 4903. 10. 09. 82. 69. 79. 42. 50. 93. 44. 67.53. 45. 95. 5819. 32. 76. 5936. 54. 14. 87. 30. 76.35. 15. 54. 54. 82. 30. 95. 35. 89. 81. 29. 65. 96. 68. 93. 98. 79. 67.62. 06. 79. 06. 78. 67. 15. 19. 62. 6500. 98.66. 51. 99. 48. 24. 09. 60. 94. 26. 93. 37. 62. 72. 12. 12. 69. 27. 69. 51. 18. 87. 34. 32. 93. 26. 08. 30. 43. 20. 7747. 45. 74. 80. 10. 43. 66. 86. 58.57. 2105. 71.05. 62. 64. 21. 68. 05. 60. 58. 21. 86. 79.32. 53. 39. 21. 85. 83. 59.78. 04. 74. 51. 07. 63. 52. 58. 39. 99. 40. 40. 44.77. 58. 97. 26. 08. 59. 45. 09. 88. 19. 33. 22.22.08. 68.39 6004. 43. 63. 68. 33. 51. 04. 65. 70. 92. 12.64. 67. 15. 10412. 56. 90. 22. 99. 88. 23. 21. 82. 24. 43. 11. 47. 17906. 88. 88. 92. 14. 13. 71. 59. 52. 43. 59. 84. 59. 53. 76. 13. 37. 30. 99. 23. 52. 29. 72. 49. 89. 86. 98. 67. 50. 13. 52. 33. 80. 58. 67. 08. 45. 32. 37. 92. 95. 09. 58. 86.91. 64. 51. 22. 11. 25. 15. 39. 10. 24. 63. 20. 2501. 74. 38. 59. 30.48.33. 87. 15. 94. 11121. 28. 76. 65. 11840. 77. 94. 40. 04. 58. 98. 39. 83. 22. 60. 19. 78. 67. 23. 55. 08. 14. 16. 10. 16. 74. 97. 57. 03. 19. 17576. 10. 38. 14635. 29. 17422. 11. 20. 43. 37. 14414. 31. 92. 30. 41. 62. 14. 89. 39. 35. 14. 52. 14. 17. 11. 86.25. 42. 56. 27. 42. 12. 98. 86. 15707. 60. 12604. 38. 24. 45. 04. 15201. 40. 26. 96. 75. 91. 38. 10. 51. 20. 63.66. 78. 9801. 16. 49. 57.81.28. 53.08. 77. 36. 40. 85. 63. 17. 70. 19.20. 97. 60. 54.76. 12. 52. 73. 13. 31. 84. 33. 78. 54. 2006 6344. 98. 19. 53. 94. 11. 84. 92. 92. 07. 30. 29. 95. 13. 62. 72. 84.30. 34. 77. 39. 14. 24.33. 75. 9729. 32. 73. 44. 69. 65. 09. 96. 44. 78. 89. 57. 51. 80.02. 55. 97. 51. 73. 77. 36. 14303. 48. 63. 55. 08. 35. 11. 09. 77. 27. 71. 67. 56. 11. 25. 03. 11. 28. 67. 83. 14. 36. 71. 70. 16087. 24. 8920. 64. 46. 14. 34. 10. 79. 17. 08. 71. 55. 24. 10.96. 56. 57. 30. 1630. 02. 05. 03. 61.66.22. 85. 34. 95. 07. 78. 38. 2235. 64. 43. 33. 49. 05. 71. 26. 42. 61. 28. 34.73. 06. Examination Results-December 2006 FOLLOWING ARE THE ROLL NUMBERS OF THE CANDIDATES WHO HAVE 18. 16. 58. 01. 33. 85. 38. 10. 02. 23. 09. 53.46. 34. 63. 63. 63. 10167. 3700. 76. 39. 29. 37.62. 79. 65.90.93. 45. 89. 37. 37. 18. 91. 90. 24. 70. 12. 89. 38. 13. 52. 14. 54. 10. 03. 40.74. 95. 08. 18. 25. 37. 18. 12308. 4203. 52. 47. 54. 16. 78. 88. 62. INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION (GROUP – I ONLY) 80. 42. 85. 72. 5317. 24. 60. 65. 88. 73. 68. 55. 15. 08. 28. 39.30. 02. 66. 75. 29. 15901. 18. 05. 78. 65. 59. 03. 84. 79. 69. 78. 24. 99. 23. 22. 54. 93. 87. 18. 36. 60. 20. 15. 12. 80. 62. 4401. 42. 01. 04. 96. 70. 07. 95. 34. 47. 84. 08. 4029. 11. 38. 03. 88. 54. 14707. 44. 89. 77. 98. 69. 64. 86. 09. 7329.92. 61. 20. 03. 17. 7545. 83. 16. 45. 20. 76. 49. 92.98. 36. 32. 22. 47. 25. 51. 55. 56. 73. 34. 74. 30. 25. 90.27. 77. 09. 87. 43. 31. 69. 20. 67. 9565. 64. 07. 48. 72. 14. 48.11. 82. 90. 83. 14200. 30. 90. 50. 74. 26. 11. 26. 14. 2601. 9128. 72. 42.81. 52. 19. 26. 43. 96. 12. 23. 9305. 19. 73.57. 95. 15. 33. 30. 50. 10. 22. 31. 31. 28. 70. 42. 95.21. 50. 80. 49. 09. 80. 3102. 32. 25. 97. 34. 51. 19. 04. 15. 61. 07. 23. 32. 30. 89. 92. 50. 49. 17. 36. 55. 26. 4746. 85. 29. COMPANY SECRETARIES HELD IN DECEMBER. 34. 66. 30. 93. 42. 88. 98.41. 79. 32. 32. 24. 89. 86. 34. 04. 3508. 35. 65. 03. 77. 16. 09. 49. 17359. 34. 89. 21. 53. 84. 16. 22. 81. 26. 27. 55. 84. 14. 11. 03. 02. 93. 48. 17. 95. 65. 75. 26. 17. 11401. 80.26. 52. 33. 77. 14. 43. 53. 29. 49. 7403. 66. 15. 40. 30. 52. 47. 82.31. 76. 47. 01. 05.05. 11. 36. 3600. 12. 79. 43. 30. 94. 20. 68.88. 76. 09. 89. 58. 94. 12001. 21. 20. 07. 51. 13503. 08. 79. 31. 90. 50. 94. 39. 80. 88. 12. 62. 59. 81. 95. 87. 67. 71. 66. 88. 53. 06. 34. 29. 33. 54. 66. 27. 58. 84. 80. 7011. 89. 29. 49. 83. 36. 33. 66. 84. 11603. 11.61. 28. 10201. 42. 44. 57. INTERMEDIATE. 94. 54. 44. 76. 95. 16368. 39. 27. 52.78. 36. 91. 27. 83. 10. 96. 77. 72. 81. 26. 52. 89.74. 77. 65. 95. 96. 25. 73. 6800. 91. 50. 91. 73. 56. 15. 63. 89. 19. 75. 28. 02. 71.28. 16. 62. 50. 87. 69. 47. 90. 06. 27. 46. 67. 43. 79. 83. 84. 89. 20. 83. 70. 34. 84. 12.18. 55. 96. 25. 38. 47. 34. 97. 09. 14. 85. 87. 91. 88. 02. 17.97. 18. 77. 95. 52. 36. 54. 09. 59. 69. 27. 20. 51. 88. 74. 62. 72.89. 98. 07. 49. 71. 68. 81. 65. 49. 92. 70. 53. 59. 85. 50.52. 61. 48. 5400. 13. 35. 09. 22. 43. 98. 98. 34. 90. 13. 93. 02. 47. 07. 39. 37. 34. 34. 53. 66. 86.88. 52. 16. 43. 4534. 02. 50. 87. 39. 94. 62. 70. 49. 26. 12501. 10507. 02. 83. 35. 31. 34.39. 20. 79. 05. 92. 17204 .17. 54. 2023. 14. 90. 67. 69. 10. 19. 43. 38. 57. 11. 35. 99. 75. 77. 07. 84. 68. 63. 59. 48. 68. 72. 27. 16. 9212. 63. 42. 82. 16226. 12.90. 58. 38. 86. 48. 07. 52. 97. 91. 93. 19. 92. 17. 19. 59. 09. 15. 31. 79. 48. 32. 09. 94. 33. 15. 78. 38. 92. 50. 11. 31. 13. 02. 72. 33. 92. 91. 65. 95. 5648. 46. 55. 30. 92. 08. 81. 5763. 5237. 36. 17. 41. 20. 01. 3907. 12. 37. 81. 55. 95. 85. 52.18. 17. 18. 70. 80. 40. 40. 16. 65. 54. 05. 63. 61. 66. 04. 33. 35. 26. 28. 14. 72. 39. 76. 59. 17742. 56. 60. 71. 88. 36. 48. 78. 67. 40. 12. 12. 83. 03. 30. 20. 86. 41. 14. 53. 58. 58. 72. 93. 61. 34. 21. 75. 72. 95. 10933. 73. 12. 26. 79. 46. 26. 99. 20. 74. 45. 66.92.62. 12. 63. 39. 27. 20. 11. 21. 16543. 63. 95. 42. 24. 50. 68. 99. 58. 71. 97. 02. 46. 82.81. 17639. 29. 45. 98. 82. 76. 11. 42. 29. 36. 32. 29. 21. 51. 79. 62. 78. 86. 13. 14. 95. 21. 48. 39. 23. 33. 80 ENDS. 88. 31. 17144. 16. 81. 18. 1007. 82. 3042. 27. 24. 51. 85. 97. 99. 38. 77. 05. 16. 07. 92. 30. 31. 04. 09. 75. 85. 54. 11. 07. 44. 98. 56. 8848. 06. 10. 63. 50. 22. 93. 84. 56. 19. 15516. 79. 89. 63. 48. 82. 91. 12. 40. 4334. 35. 14960. 57. 60. 94. 84. 3301. 19. 81.17. 29. 44. 21. 41. 88. 70. 73. 65. 01. 95. 55. 14. 46. 92. 24. 54. 24. 11768. 47. 77. 34. 28. 85. 88. 34. 79. 96.28. 35. 54.24. 73. 27. 33. 04. 3201. 96. 38. 99. 21. 46. 15. 76. 28. 85. 36. 63. 87. 38. 50. 88. 21. 77. 24. 98. 18. 90. 67. 96. 58. 78. 13. 45. 7202. 42. 99. 32. 53. 1701. 87.43. 12868. 21. 86. 70. 02. 58. 8300. 82. 19. 56. 13. 64. 47. 72. 22. 19. 53. 66. 01. 59. 09. 4106. 39. 13.36. 15300. 96. 37. 11575. 69. 06. 26. 34. 40. 57. 32. 87. 73. 39. 99. 84. 29. 11. 93. 96. 48. 32. 53.11. 56. 33. 79. 04. 48. 23.72. 74.52. 81.99. 96. 98. 54. 92. 42. 44. 35. 1300. 30. 89. 89. 41. 90. 43. 50. 40. 35. 78. 57. 71. 62. 38. 24. 86. 48. 23. 75. 41. 06. 15. 6927. 81. 46. 7609. 64. 23. 91. 83. 57. 45. 89. 37. 32. 22. 64. PASSED THE FOUNDATION. 78. 1546. 10. 8209. 21. 02. 79. 84. 60. 88. 20. 16458. 93. 32. 68. 89. 48. 94. 05. 18. 97. 03. 48. 23.95. 96. 84. 13. 44. 70. 07. 21. 51. 71. 1201. 21. 12. 12. 65. 87. 80. 90. 08. 8405. 78. 40. 51. 72. 44. 56.64. 42. 33. 12. 89. 98. 90.18. 26. 70. 25.03. 77. 03. 42. 65. 34. 53. 82. 79. 94. 07. 12425. 54. 22. 30. 68. 38. 54. 45. 42. 55. 41. 80.06. 19. 15186. 19. 53. 63. 07. 94. 33. 31. 35. 89. 30.91. 74. 11. 16147.28. 60. 23. 88. 2900.90. 29. 75. 76. 6460. 22. 91. 97. 10.36. 58. 87. 15. 02. 92. 93. 2808. 05. 68. 26. 17. 15607. 42.68. 57. 21. 83. 97. 4624. 72. 38. 82. 09. 83. 45. 22. 21. 13. 54. 35. 08. 86. 24. 74. 15. 04. 93. 80. 1900. 61. 85. 90. 12. 42. 62. 16. 04. 35. 40. 27. 55. 26. 72. 95. 73. 32. 83. 11. 98. 30. 88. 68. 77. 52. 67. 23. 12283. 18. 88. 25. 19. 98.26. 05. 97. 71. 29. 14128. 94. 42. 13. 20. 9000. 28. 17. 39. 17. 98. 35. 20. 88. 77. 37. 18. 19. 43. 74. 29. 11007. 07. 36. 08. 89. 36. 61. 93. 95.82. 21. 30. 78. 19. 24. 98. 90. 46. 2312. 41. 47. 59. 21. 82. 73. 87. 99. 63. 57. 89. 27. 75. 46. 12. 42. 65. 16. 23. 54. 88. 87. 36. 59. 58. 15. 99. 29. 67. 45. 71. 81. 92. 33. 43. 58. 95. 87. 13. 55. 55. 39. 55. 71. 76. 8162. 27. 73. 33. 78. 13. 74. 29. 65. 26. 94. 69. 72. 51. 79. 60. 06. 33. 85.63. 41. 13420. 47. 96. 11262. 93. 66. 50. 83. 82. 13. 65. 63. 68. 84. 96. 46. 84. 11386. 5000. 61. 16939. 10. 3800. 71. 22. 36. 52. 11. 38. 46. 92. 81. 64. 40. 65. 85. 32. 06 16767. 21. 34. 15. 95. 47. 98. 62. 54. 60. 06. 04. 88. 20. 11. FOUNDATION EXAMINATION 84. 72. 31. 85. 20. 90. 24. 70. 35. 07. 50. 51. 9988. 73. 85. 6610. 02. 15051. 25. 83. 91. 41. 56. 40. 44. 38. 84. 45. 51. 10340. 88. 14. 89. 09. 35. 74. 51. 17. 76. 88. 91. 33. 12. 11904. 19. 30. 76. 10. 16850. 59. 27. 31. 13021. 92. 69. 44. 22. 13. 83. 21. 47. 13920.21. 07. 52. 75. 53. 31. 75. 38. 90. 67.18. 78. 20. 46. 42. 19.19. 43. 57. 22. 25. 02. 04. 08. 56. 37. 05. 23.47. 01. 40. FINAL EXAMINATIONS OF 6203.41.05. 86. 27. 82. 08. 37. 48. 53. 31. 25. 56. 47. 80. 50. 22. 67. 89. 2405. 84. 07. 81. 01. 74. 21. 19. 25. 06. 35. 74. 87. 16603. 94. 17. 20. 41. 12. 69. 61. 98. 55. 41.50. 45 17014. 90. 5109. 18. 29. 60. 98. 67. 73. 17. 82. 67. 83. 39. 38.49. 05. 98. 27. 36. 63. 43. 24. 10761. 94. 10. 91. 22. 56. 1400. 63. 19. 41. 32. 15. 62. 20. 24. 29. 91. 58. 61. 08. 80. 11. 6701. 32. 54. 76. 37. 50. 43. 97. 78. 55. 70. 99. 61. 7911. 97.34. 24. 34. 71. 57. 77. 6110. 47. 76. 04. 63. 41. 87. 46. 16. 17. 84. 09. 13. 41. 71. 53. 76. 64. 16. 26. 52. 09. 64. 59. 57. 50. 14. 41. 28. 06. 23. 93. 2700. 16. 78.23. 93. 35.70. 39. 18. 68. 13. 36. 71. 39. 70. 17843. 73. 1852. 33. 10809. 60. 27. 18. 06. 15. 51. 16. 28. 98. 80. 65. 80. 13811. 07. 99. 63. Student Company Secretary 22 March 2007 . 9403. 75. 13333. 27. 88. 13.

24. 23. 99. 28. 46. 95. 84. 86. 43. 92. 87. 97. 22. 43. 85.84. 10. 79. 21. 78. 28264. 10586. 88. 33. 71. 13. 95. 95. 37. 45. 75. 71. 76. 98. 05. 02. 81. 97. 19.55. 16. 97.32. 28. 62. 66. 14122. 89. 11. 52. 56. 58. 18151. 29. 72.67. 14. 96. 51.10. 92. 56. 36.60. 53. 14. 21. 23000. 98. 63. 27. 25200. 52. 65. 07. 57. 11330. 04. 66.11. 56. 26. 24. 74. 35. 31. 48. 60. 85. 42. 22967. 02. 68. 27. 06. 75. 20. 77. 25. 86. 62. 33. 06. 70. 30. 97. 16. 28. 23. 91. 22545. 72. 71. 72. 50. 94. 84. 87. 67.11. 38. 86. 29138. 19. 83.97. 69. 03. 72. 92. 90. 77. 97. 14. 95. 18. 39. 94. 46. 73. 19683. 97. 21. 88. 60. 83. 75. 21. 58. 27.76. 98. 06. 43. 23302. 10. 80. 91. 28. 11. 82. 18008. 86. 53.75. 53. 19707. 17. 07. 91. 28608. 31. 65. 55. 21304. 35. 58. 14500. 10. 71. 99. 21489 . 79. 37. 93. 97. 81. 23645.70. 67. 62. 28. 83. 30. 35. 77. 44. 47. 76. 49. 81. 84. 52. 23. 42. 80. 21. 22. 23. 24807. 90. 88. 72. 50. ENDS. 35. 78. 11.90. 30. 18. 09. 15. 41. 72. 30. 25. 69. 57. 53. 41. 20506. 55. 07. 89. 45. 41. 44. 25. 79. 13. 20600. 65. 92. 08. 18800. 89. 96. 30. 17903. 06. 10930. 40. 15. 73. 46. 15. 15. 75. 42. 10. 09. 95.99.97. 98. 97. 29. 18600. 77. 74. 77. 17. 17. 75. 16. 27834. 47. 33. 48. 16. 46. 51. 66. 35. 23. 82. 12. 14. 96. 17418. 13. 46. 76. 08. 66. 32. 08.52. 29. 57. 25800. 17. 58. 36. 21901. 21237. 20395. 87. 61. 27. 14. 24. 63. 45. 93. 28392. 15. 98. 52. 76. 29. 36. 64. 79. 19. 13. 35. 02. 77. 63. 98. 31. 13. 13. 92. 30. 48. 98. 87. 64.73. 78. 68. 15. 96. 79. 33. 08.23. 45. 21. 98. 59.28. 10810. 22. 18001. 26. 20. 96. 17. 92. 80. 73. 58. 21. 38. 77. 92. 53. 09. 22688. 11. 02. 73. 05.27. 18706. 81. 68. 61. 88. 69. 43. 55. 85. 04. 66. 72. 41. 88. 12. 24202. 29. 64. 96. 31. 77. 51. 38. 17835. 98. 88. 85. 93. 52. 43. 78. 38. 03. 34. 08. 44. 65. 79. 30. 32.19. 24. 76. 15. 92. 44. 12. 21569. 65. 23. 69. 36. 11. 44.85. 29. 50. 31. 90. 19. 19604. 17. 12703.59. 21. 46.95.60. 74. 93. 13. 22. 16. 65. 48. 19000. 44. 95. 14700. 75. 12. 60. 64.18. 23. Student Company Secretary 23 March 2007 . 22. 78. 22176. 71. 79. 45. 63.86. 81. 15. 11. 28. 15. 25. 50. 41. 63. 67. 37.49. 71. 42. 09. 89. 43.30. 44. 91. 76. 54. 9402. 21. 30. 23435. 81. 91. 98. 05. 44. 61.67. 14. 40. 90. 8005. 05. 19. 65. 21635. 75. 91. 32. 12. 78. 12801. 24. 08. 23994. 39. 55. 90. 96. 53. 28. 31. 76.91. 45. 94. 54. 37. 16467. 9005. 45. 25. 85. 31. 20. 20. 77. 64. 15. 32. 53. 13700. 94. 83. 23. 14. 98. 19802. 25. 15. 89. 41. 26501. 11512. 36. 54. 11.66. 10044. 90. 47. 20002. 80. 15. 17. 20. 21421. 97.13. 14. 95. 73. 38. 69. 82. 87. 98. 07. 19900. 78. 75.97. 77. 68. 20. 52. 37. 52. 78. 35. 14. 23. 16534. 17281. 43. 42. 8601. 86. 68. 06. 88. 50. 72. 66. 81. 63. 47. 59. 40. 91. 24. 09. 68. 68. 86. 68. 12. 46. 23432. 83. 21. 32. 29. 41. 72. 05. 07. 88. 63. 91. 85. 34. 61. 05. 31. 92. 53. 58. 69. 40. 75. 80. 25925. 95. 25.94. 29496. 27. 40.87. 21233. 34. 09. 56. 83. 36. 64. 08. 18. 43. 19507. 91. 17142. 72. 17. 23. 49. 22. 23140. 64. 65. 23259. 48. 43. 25. 75. 52. 15415. 24. 17. 03. 42. 94. 63. 84. 39. 05. 24772. 69. 58. 16. 14. 92. 54. 53. 54. 10. 70. 79. 86. 20. 43. 21008. 21. 78. 60. 80. 50. 40. 32. 52. 49. 56. 76. 15. 81 27700. 21.61. 36. 74. 44. 51. 04. 79. 66. 21. 73. 70. 58. 58. 54. 37. 41. 17502. 51. 99. 82. 59. 48. 34. 51. 87. 52. 94. 97.48. 85. 65. 43. 84. 25. 22. 94. 95. 17. 06. 22. 73. 46. 22. 72. 85. 59. 16000. 21. 46. 50. 22. 33. INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION (GROUP – II ONLY) 87. 24307. 17. 75. 79. 74. 29. 85. 34. 53. 63. 12. 03. 48. 98. 47. 97. 12.60. 61. 88. 51. 45. 16. 96. 19971. 68. 97. 94. 22. 27. 21. 08. 31. 61.17. 83. 21. 81. 17. 83. 72. 13. 21640. 58. 06. 80. 88. 22. 99. 62. 04. 11703. 99. 04. 58. 25702. 67. 21102. 45. 19102. 08.95. 88. 69. 24. 75. 38. 99. 49. 50. 36. 15719. 62. 31. 27.93. 04. 50. 45. 69. 64. 42. 29. 14. 32. 11106. 37. 27. 27. 23. 18. 25. 83. 30. 18558. 57. 06. 92. 42. 49. 67. 49. 01. 69. 46. 66. 36. 65. 74. 06. 17. 95. 72. 64. 24458. 75. 90. 98. 72. 11. 33. 69. 49. 98. 62. 27. 56. 91. 67. 89. 10604. 08. 12. 65. 56. 88. 03. 21759. 19. 72. 89. 97. 60. 20471. 17. 41. 39. 25.15. 78. 50. 63. 83. 97. 39. 77. 06. 25. 86. 43. 65. 39. 43. 22260. 35. 27. 77. 11019. 95. 61. 77. 07. 25. 54. 69. 35. 87. 25104. 53. 08. 71. 25. 26311. 69. 95. 13. 77. 09. 52. 73. 56. 39. 21. 17. 69. 20. 41. 57. 61. 31. 16. 46. 40. 96. 16. 40.10. 82. 69. 18913. 84. 41. 21.54. 51. 74. 41. 47. 14. 88. 35. 91. 32. 89. 11. 04. 24124. 93. 21000. 76. 98. 84. 75. 94. 35. 48. 28. 22. 26. 67. 14. 54. 74. 57. 16933. 93. 10. 45.48. 04. 79. 78. 51. 10.84. 13. 02. 31. 57. 30. 73. 87. 45. 25. 57. 30. 44. 36.95. 66. 36. 66. 21959. 11. 78. 97. 80.26. 79. 16. 75. 24. 35. 43. 85.72. 67. 32. 72. 94. 52. 83. 68. 26. 96. 50. 11. 11. 33. 45. 45. 33. 82. 77. 35. 10. 55. 08. 64. 09. 25. 16. 40. 20.64. 31. 06. 19. 31. 37. 10. 56. 37. 06. 47. 82. 78. 88. 72. 21. 77. 01.39. 57. 71. 30. 45. 69. 60. 18. 47. 67. 67. 07. 62. 52. 76. 25000. 37. 53. 50. 94. 26829. 47. 50.12. 36. 51. 55. 41. 64. 30. 54. 74. 56. 33. 69. 89. 10. 21. 15. 48. 47. 27073. 71. 24. 32. 72. 10. 10267. 97. 49. 12. 92. Examination Results-December 2006 10. 19211. 10. 91. 80. 91. 10112. 86. 87. 13305.48. 29. 11265. 79. 53. 54. 80. 22102. 06. 44. 56. 38. 93. 24. 19410. 81.20. 63. 29300. 22603. 88. 24349.57. 79. 65. 09. 11. 66. 59. 28. 71. 56. 09. 67. 17. 66. 46.48. 66. 91. 20. 85. 93. 37. 60.87. 10. 36. 09. 01. 44. 24704. 26603. 10. 11. 74.59. 11. 35. 12. 84. 98. 99. 26.19. 19206. 26. 21818. 93. 88. 86. 96. 22039. 06. 91. 89. 82. 34. 42. 70. 84. 96. 15. 61. 33. 68.56. 13. 10. 61. 09. 65. 56. 61. 36. 59. 98. 9100. 25. 55. 24062.44. 83. 15.21. 94. 07. 71. 9922. 12. 88. 70. 62. 96. 24985. 82. 48. 20. 44. 45. 73. 48. 74. 12. 22811. 51. 10700. 14036. 14. 43. 11. 98. 98. 23844. 20303. 17342. 93. 20745. 26407. 67. 63. 35. 60. 35. 99. 36. 31. 24. 19. 64. 95. 50. 73. 41. 12200. 25423. 54. 60. 92. 81. 66. 95. 92. 55. 90. 39. 86.58. 87. 99. 52. 03. 91. 99. 52. 98. 53. 66. 14. 11. 70. 22. 84.94. 43. 26. 90. 07. 07. 44. 25. 40. 50. 33. 45. 16. 43. 68. 42. 77. 95. 12. 51. 60. 14. 55. 71. 71. 79. 23. 87. 64. 69. 36. 87. 89. 83. 86. 42. 46. 95.58. 25. 64. 39. 95. 25. 88.94. 26. 90. 31. 16234. 17. 16. 62. 27661. 81. 18. 89. 98. 21. 48. 52. 80. 32. 37. 14. 73. 23. 13. 78. 96. 38. 63. 11. 14. 61. 64. 60. 94. 63. 59. 95.93. 31. 89. 92. 25. 21365. 16. 50. 09. 62. 16. 79. 90. 62. 63. 42. 29202. 53. 65. 94. 73. 49. 85. 57. 43. 54. 32.53. 73. 44. 83. 99. 15819. 40. 79. 14. 10. 53. 16. 58. 35. 24. 84. 13. 05. 30. 77. 43. 37. 76. 70. 93.87. 92. 96. 61. 23504. 45.66. 49. 69.27. 51. 68. 52. 49. 84. 15.32. 66. 27. 73.87. 57. 24. 71. 12. 65. 60. 65. 65. 71. 93. 82. 22. 83. 30. 10. 57. 71. 35. 84. 26. 03. 93. 20203. 8700. 67. 99. 77. 47. 22902. 84. 36. 36. 96. 99. 60. 62. 21511. 17. 27. 93. 73. 58. 17748. 18. 72. 99. 8568. 73. 04. 95. 58. 90. 46. 28. 12. 08. 71. 72. 84. 08. 81. 12. 48. 25. 18. 10. 22406. 16. 22746. 35. 84.89. 72. 71. 33. 02. 33. 93. 15205. 43. 94. 60. 07. 15. 44. 27. 80. 26. 42. 24434. 74. 65. 92.90. 20104. 55. 31. 68. 28806. 39. 65. 39. 14426. 90. 34. 09. 84. 19. 32. 20. 66. 05. 69. 28. 19. 93. 51. 08. 65. 90. 52. 55. 20970. 49. 74.91.41. 20082. 47. 61. 91.85. 79.19.27. 89. 62. 81. 80. 96. 33. 11. 68. 49. 21703. 11684 . 07. 99. 61. 47. 28. 29. 74. 34. 22. 47. 65. 29. 36. 50. 54. 41. 79. 45. 12100. 15085. 90. 93. 28. 82. 39. 43. 27. 77. 35. 32. 24. 81. 96. 30. 53. 36. 95. 72. 16. 54. 57. 28108. 79. 98. 99. 81. 07. 51. 82. 19. 33. 42. 95. 43. 84. 57. 79. 71. 96. 47. 21. 23737. 29. 76. 08. 63. 86. 40. 13. 85. 68. 81. 48. 21. 22. 31. 87. 16307. 66. 02. 30. 15504. 16. 16863. 36. 12. 89. 9728. 83. 20941. 26. 81. 18.46. 43. 17. 13. 99. 38. 69. 42. 28. 73. 28. 56. 46. 42. 45. 27. 26. 12. 93. 51. 59. 20. 56. 39. 38. 37. 13806. 48. 29. 49. 42. 47. 56. 90. 04. 98. 73. 10. 97. 54. 12. 84. 27201. 32. 82. 50. 84. 27. 40.71. 22339. 31. 15. 59. 97. 60. 13. 16. 84.94. 13. 37.92. 12. 20. 04. 60. 46. 13. 97. 61. 13622. 23. 46. 51. 19. 80. 18. 76. 27113. 34. 81. 39. 93. 10. 51. 90. 14.58. 69. 14. 69. 67. 17. 8901. 63. 83. 81. 95. 14. 31. 80. 70. 52. 53.64. 32. 73. 07. 10. 76. 02. 84. 15. 92. 75. 33. 75. 48. 25. 04. 77. 18357. 8864. 27301. 9652. 09. 35.32. 23. 46. 94. 72. 64. 95. 45. 61. 05. 50. 85. 69. 71. 25. 23. 47. 23735. 25. 28. 67. 83. 98. 29. 56. 38. 05. 90. 18.46. 39. 29. 12303. 95. 88. 68. 87. 27. 26. 04. 59. 20. 18. 21. 42. 73. 82. 12903. 92. 66. 31. 49. 26. 06. 08. 93. 19170. 12. 97. 89. 98. 21. 38. 62. 18. 72. 64. 80. 66. 31. 65.51.32. 67. 28. 53. 62. 56. 68. 31. 28700. 12. 72. 13201. 89. 13164. 18372. 58. 60. 13. 17. 92. 22202. 32. 81. 45. 15. 85. 34. 13. 97. 53. 45. 35. 39. 67. 03. 21168. 42. 71. 03. 84. 26. 65. 71. 75. 14. 32. 08. 9869. 80. 43. 98. 42. 65. 17. 36. 55. 70. 91. 23641. 40. 09. 10. 96. 20809. 14. 89. 19. 62. 43. 25506. 10339. 03. 43. 08. 25. 66. 70. 61. 49. 52. 03. 67. 34. 70. 15. 23922. 81. 19. 15997. 13. 79. 85. 04. 73. 19332. 14. 61. 18. 57. 18. 44. 69. 62. 08. 80. 43. 43. 14. 26. 41. 71. 82. 41. 76.90. 58. 60. 40. 79. 72.09. 96. 82. 28.73. 10. 24. 95. 13. 55. 14600. 94. 27. 45. 34. 38. 28401.47. 51. 69. 18432. 16. 24. 54. 39. 11455. 38. 10. 96. 57. 36. 66. 70. 88. 90. 42. 59. 33. 77. 71. 83. 39. 65. 27. 49. 53. 38. 01. 60. 69. 20.90. 83. 75. 65. 61. 82. 37. 94.59. 72.39. 9218.37. 37. 80. 44. 78. 48. 79. 52. 92. 44.17. 54. 82. 66. 17087.16. 89. 62. 33. 37. 54. 26. 01. 28. 62. 77. 10. 62. 07. 46. 38. 21. 36. 47. 27. 96. 67. 73. 67. 24608. 84. 99. 14. 99. 12678. 51.59. 71. 20. 15. 64. 14. 64. 42. 10. 17. 01. 41. 08. 39. 01. 68.79. 43. 90. 75. 62. 93. 65. 92. 95. 48. 27. 71. 56. 33. 70. 52. 03. 82. 45. 18235. 08. 25606. 19. 99. 63. 47. 22. 77. 63. 45. 83. 96. 20287. 11. 83. 19706. 10. 32. 24190. 15100. 45. 73. 47. 96. 02. 95. 39. 64. 97. 24542. 85. 78. 9306. 56. 47. 92. 59. 73. 44. 26. 09. 83. 31. 18. 04. 20. 56. 91. 24. 23123 . 28028. 18. 82. 07. 84. 37. 11. 75. 51. 97. 68. 98.

14. 11. 80. 89. 26952. 11770 . 93. 18. 83. 98. 86. 89. 93. 54. 93. 97. 51976. 41. 45. 72. 31. 53470. 27. 08. 17. 45644. 11. 68. 04. 27500. 81. 26. 54. 12. 42. 99.23. 26. 14644. 22. 65. 12907. 35547. 33. 68.67. 48. 17578. 51.77. 26316. 63. 25419. 30. 25. 90. 81. 40699. 59. 45. 03. 34293. 07. 36. 47. 98. 89. 15826. 32. 68. 13. 54. 14. 64. 73. 46. 06. 10. 43. 86. 95. 16. 38061. 56138. 52000. 98. 28. 89. 06. 52315. 57. 22034. 88. 98. 01. 65. 58. 56. 36. 86. 75. 10. 95. 92. 38. 51. 63. 85. 9002. 81. 80. 34. 56. 34132. 66. 74. 84. 63. 82. 49807. 86. 95. 36705. 89. 47773. 04. 08. 79. 45018. 52878. 42964. 35158. 87. 39. 80. 42407. 72. 64. 88. 40. 99. 77. 96. 27. 53. 36937. 35. 44343. 82. 88. 59. 66. 38176. 32. 08. 63. 58. 80. 23. 54. 09. 51. 05. 33254. 91. 31. 29. 20089. 35. 19705. 36347. 57. 55. 34. 40811. 36412.87. 90. 07. 32810. 87. 90. 74. 26. 71. 26806. 45. 90. 26305. 43847. 24. 05. 49981. 07. 13. 94. 45. 62. 80. 96. 57. 66. 91. 49. 66. 47. 29722. 18497. 94. 41. 17. 34427. 26200. 29. 15508. 81. 88. 46929. 34972. 20385. 28. 76. 03. 19677. 17. 73. 85. 48. 06. 42. 56. 02. 09. 98. 49. 97. 23. 41777. 05. 93. 97. 91. 42. 55. 98. INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION (BOTH GROUPS) 06. 11. 88. 42. 42. 36. 21. 84. 29. 57. 80. 29836. 93. 44288. 67. 89. 46. 48. 64. 79. 22. 60. 44905. 21. 87. 18095. 54. 69. 64. 54. 42. 78. 21. 36. 61. 24459.81. 06. 76. 58. 43. 63. 42054. 88. 37006. 50.65. 49. 36.69. 30102. 45318. 73. 75. 04. 37897.88. 51. 14. ENDS. 27657. 11. 53. 72. 92. 13817. 28. 01. 58. 35. 32744. 38117. 76. 82. 49422. 41. 98. 51. 74. 54. 44. 39. 42. 10341. 62. 48157. 78. 30502. 23201. 48. 96. 62. 70. 90. 55. 42000. 09.63. 68. 77. 50. 12. 97. 26. 14. 60. 80. 67. 41505. 84. 77. 71. 42. 54. 34. 43. 19. 47. 45. 08. 72. 33. 54. 37. 44. 32. 30609. 30. 34185. 16. 23. 24. 30971. 22690. 10. 72. 35. 71. 34803. 66. 26505. 42693.34. 07. 51523. 73. 25. 70. 08. 93. 60. 45411. 04. 42856.80. 94. 77. 52. 43. 36. 39. 17. 64. 38711. 62. 03. 88. 44840. 82. 45. 11. 08. 09. 30435. 05. 23. 30006. 36. 41235. 39319. 84. 78.71. 82. 65. 64. 26.79. 40. 06. 87. 83. 67. 10. 45500. 91. 75. 84. 50836. 83. 08. 23. 33. 28197. 36. 39. 01. 50. 85. 21. 31079. 33469. 83.53. 33. 57. 14. 76. 42. 92. 90. 94. 56. 23. 51244. 45. 74. 38. 25. 87. 03. 88. 22. 67. 77. 35. 42. 70. 21. 07. 61. 91. 52. 82. 62. 39707. 85. 96. 77. 80. 87. 65. 48856. 43. 98. 26. Student Company Secretary 24 March 2007 . 81. 52. 96. 45259. 94. 43491. 66. 30. 68. 15. 45. 04. 64. 81. 81. 18. 28540. 60. 23. 42. 19155. 56. 27417. 40920. 08. 30. 43. 55. 59. 53. 76. 38. 60. 85.64. 49. 13. 10800.40. 20. 12. 19. 25. 36. 36026. 87. 45856. 81. 51.54. 66. 87. 34. 89.28. 22. 50. 13. 57. 12. 40. 08. 92. 87. 88. 58.79. 71. 79. 62. 72. 72. 11. 09. 39. 41829. 63. 29130. 17. 28400.31.97. 80. 19. 58. 22. 64. 02. 92.67. 21. 25929. 33. 57. 18.02. 92. 61. 77. 32. 83. 58. 42226. 85. 80. 01. 85. 64. 84. 97. 74. 29003. 74. 79. 47992. 98. 59. 93. 33. 27. 69. 97. 52. 68. 82. 10. 92. 49. 77. 94. 10. 97. 60. 18150. 87. 81. 45. 39102. 32. 29203. 29652. 36. 50090. 27912. 12.83. 90. 80. 80. 44. 20. 57. 35226. 92. 93. 83. 82. 23. 52. 30173. 72. 99. 23.83. 59. 26410. 49980. 41. 86. 15187. 97. 29374. 41026. 35220. 27. 90. 49356. 50. 86. 15.50. 68. 18.91. 23. 45. 17. 01. 62. 35. 31241.38. 33. 46.25. 30. 35684. 66. 56. 48. 74. 91. 76. 18. 39. 19. 82. 39103. 31. 10. 25. 86. 24. 56. 95. 83. 45207. 45. 32867. 43632. 16. 96. 15.38. 36872. 41025. 27019. 41618. 44. 51. 26. 12878. 87. 54576. 14. 78. 19. 48. 28390. 01. 43226. ENDS. 68. 29. 29838. 05. 36. 92. 14701. 32. 55. 95. 48047. 58. 76.64. 38. 32980. 03. 94. 56. 14. 52. 20. 32317. 36761. 33200. 23654. 91. 49. 10. 73. 28. 79. 35.36. 44. 79. 21423. 92. 94. 49. 87. 48. 55. 16. 68. 22. 79. 07. 05.58. 42. 99. 39. 75. 47039. 04. 53. 02. 41. 97. 31453. 09. 31. 63. 61. 37. 75. 64. 16943. 87. 82. 47. 43. 95. 52. 31. 31. 17. 33. 04. 50204. 98. 81. 41. 79. 89. 30731. 34. 06. 25279. 20. 71. 83.68. 09. 02. 92. 35151. 14. 94. 25001. 52. 25. 16. 18. 30. 22. 31349. 85. 35. 41881. 11. 90. 92. 87. 28327. 44. 33365. 59. 75. 34011. 80. 70. 26000. 34722. 60. 47. 44011. 17. 11. 57. 83. 29437. 46. 41. 35. 95. 32. 43. 31. 14. 22. 21. 07. 06. 36. 39951. 23. 38593. 30. 56. 14. 40753. 30351. 16. 53. 22. 09. 37723. 09. 9300. 20102. 35402. 45. 26. 82. 71. 58. 44144. 40537. 69. 30. 50. 74. 06. 32. 45712. 33. 33. 41. 94. 49. 79. 73. 33035. 64. 65. 47. 20. 31. 61. 14. 29. 99. 27. 51. 86. 53. 70. 82. 11. 55. 70. 55. 30. 13. 85. 60. 30. 86.20. 78. 23. 34. 52. 84.88. 17. 82. 24. 9400. 40. 76. 74. 06. 55. 46721. 43016. 46. 25008. 13. 54. 14. 69. 97. 97.96. 35. 66. 60. 35539. 38989. 32396. 32535. 17. 68. 24. 37. 77. 82. 60. 16. 10. 36. 21238.63.30. 25416. 38303.99. 49868. 84. 06. 53802. 62. 41. 44. 61. 85. 86. 96. 88. 10. 89. 47. 55. 48. 01. 68. 89. 37357.88. 53. 99. 85. 58. 53. 13. 79.10. 32. 64. 46616. 13. 46138. 09. 78. 40. 56. 47. 21002. 46. 01. 92. 48. 39210. 23. 46. 23. 44781. 40. 85. 25301. 46. 05. 09. 29. 93. 82. 28. 99. 94. 64. 38822. 14. 79. 72. 26. 27020. 09. 86. 36. 28. 28. 84. 70. 43985. 40009. 99. 67. 45. 90. 12. 22. 87. 32. 50378. 8854. 21. 18. 82. 93. 07. 79. 52404. 34652. 40. 36. 15. 51011. 21. 32534. 39. 43. 56. 92. 34. 58. 88. 11. 82. 44. 26. 37077. 11. 79. 21. 91. 26506. 26. 01. 67. 35802. 30. 40813. 49. 8904. 92. 72. 82. 87. 50591. 41987. 50. 16. 13. 45472. 04. 57. 52. 43. 74. 34241. 90. 23. 44729. 65. 22. 99. 25. 50. 20. 80. 42. 16. 72. 90. 56. 20. 53. 08. 53718. 59. 68. 07. 48981.38. 23. 43. 85.42. 57. 72. 54. 73. 19. 37. 91. 75. 39. 28. 50650. 57. 42587. 77. 22. 59. 44613. 51. 14. 94. 92. 28. 73. 45. 83. 12. 43. 32. 35400. 19.99. 53938. 39377. 73. 35. 88. 73. 59. 51. 16. 74. 44. 89. 42. 12. 32400. 97. 06. 04. 91. 60.20. 95. 63. 54745. 79. 54361. 95. 54908. 56. 71. 86. 87. 80.12. 14. 09. 33944. 98. 10. 92. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUP – II ONLY) 51. 10. 15. 42. 27. 66. 99. 82. 9200. 64. 28.15. 24130. 21. 38004. 43785. 53. 11115. 03. 28. 42. 05. 17. 31938. 39. 79. 38. 04. 12281. 31616. 41. 92. 30862. 49293. 70. 08. 92. 85. 31. 09. 28. 12307. 54. 49. 15. 39. 99. 76. 59. 03. 36940. 09. 9739. 85. 52625. 21. 16539. 25. 52. 44550.66. 61. 55976. 40. 47. 84. 35. 67. 97. 98. 76. 45924. 39. 72. 81. 9105. 78. 07. ENDS. 55. 45. 51. 32. 70. 22274. 29233. 30592. 25. 07. 50. 90. 10753. 05. 85. 84. 66. 89. 11. 52. 60. 10. 38. 45769. 17. 20. 18. 15200. 70. 89. 44000. 13. 11333. 75. 73. 87. 77. 07. 73. 30671. 66. 45. 46. 17. 24534. 30. 36. 05. 70. 95. 38524. 34902. 50. 42109. 36531. 30. 75. 85.08. 23.50. 38933. 14. 09. 07. 36. 25. 91. 70. 44. 57. 15. 37214. 26. 99. 27655. 59. 18. 38. 53. 27976. 15. 34. 16. 77. 68. 55.66. 90. 58. 84. 13. 35. 01. 55722. 62. 14. 32. 26100. 32. 31. 39489. 60. 56. 27703. 52. 77. 37. 92. 11. 39. 77. 29. 23. 47. 81. 46. 38416. 43788. 37. 96. 11517. 60. 41. 20. 58. 96. 33. 27702. 78. 16. 50. 51718. 26. 83. 35001. 55. 13. 75. 79. 22. 48. 34. 39. 39. 17. 15. 30807. 06.94. 54. 93. 92. 64. 20. 95. 36205. 33578. 89. 02. 83. 95. 48. 85. 42460. 84. 19. 50647. 53. 98. 46.80.49. 34. 32. 41450. 76. 28119. 45. 65. 45. 69. 07. 30200. 95. 84. 97. 56. 66. 16086. 74. 32. 25. 39546. 96. 37138. 39491. 73. 44286. 29. 59. 37. 52. 34588. 48. 12. 82. 41507. 49. 12. 07. 93. 39778. 42. 26706. 42398. 30. 56.93. 43173. 79. 02. 38. 12. 14.30. 23. 20973. 44. 04. 63. 28. 95. 32. 88. 54. 41. 20. 39. 30718. 33. 42. 40. 15. 11. 27. 24. 61. 61. 20. 34349. 80. 34. 35.45. 02. 76. 15.66. 09. 62. 48909. 28. 20406. 78. 15. 81. 17. 05. 83. 42. 74. 49116.27. 58. 27. 41. 23. 03. 34. 13.27. 31. 50. 96. 11. 98. 42. 93. 20. 10113. 40. 61. 64. 03. 31993. 67. 83. 28902. 32. 83. 81. 54. 64. 62. 27. 93. 94. 69. 57. 52. 46825. 49748. 19. 47666. 40481. 21. 18. 73. 64. 97. 98.95. 90. 57. 82. 46353. 82. 61.71. 04. 06. 21. 96. 57. 37.13. 89. 39. 25. 18. 71. 18. 23. 79. 19. 63. 84. 73. 77. 50264. 01. 67. 47. 32. 22. 05. 78. 27. 36.55. 23. 91. 12. 98. 42. 20. 06. 12. 34800. 96. 83. 03. 40. 65. 8100. 77. 57. 37289. 45852. 03. 26. 16. 45. 88. 02.91. 99. 19203. 15. 48371. 54. 87. 82. 44. 39. 64. 15. 99. 75. 71. 12. 34.44. 51462. 38. 80. 59. 55. 43. 09. 71. 35. 86. 91. 42. 71. 37. 33. 08. 07. 28. 11. 97. 82. 54.86. 43. 45. 71. 31188. 71. 21. 10. 46. 10. 13. 08. 94. 80. 28. 23. 18. 29. 47939. 29131. 70. 50. 14. 53. 23. 02. 17. 44. 18. 83. 95. 19. 04. 18. 26. 18. 72. 16. 52705. 16. 40. 08. 35. 23923. 35. 25. 61. 48534. 84. 35613. 17. 89. 14. 13409. 51. 44. 33. 15. 61. 90. 94. 78. 56. 51309. 16. 81. 94. 45. 40. 25. 29. 78. 35. 28601. 95. 72. 44. 61. 56. 18. 35. 47. 64. 50035. 23129. 36208. 77. 17840. 74. 90. 88. 66. 65. 61. 67. 65. 42. 70. 64. 36. 60. 47. 57. 30. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUP – I ONLY) 24901. 30. 98. Examination Results-December 2006 68. 02. 95. 26414. 24964. 83. 23. 21. 46. 43. 51. 55. 52. 70. 24. 32. 34. 35308. 86. 40. 91. 21. 34584. 98. 89. 55. 75. 22. 41. 36471.24. 96. 11. 20. 31562. 48. 63. 30. 92.12. 82. 45. 68. 55. 55. 25. 63. 35934. 43. 79. 43913. 45. 55. 91. 60. 13. 11. 35384. 32. 61. 55502. 84. 16. 24. 29431. 60. 37. 91. 24. 73. 46301. 66. 35. 12. 75. 99. 77. 28605. 11. 60. 79. 98. 76. 08. 31. 82. 97. 95. 48209. 14. 44400. 17353. 85. 60. 59. 67. 03.87. 48424. 95. 48. 78. 39264. 37. 71. 03. 80.56. 67. 49687. 36. 82. 40. 43565. 38. 41. 28201. 81. 36. 13311. 45146. 74. 37. 30348. 60. 38. 76. 59. 86. 97. 47. 39. 55. 10.

23.23. 51780. 74. 15. 24. 34579. 30.19. 85. 33.72. 49747. 99. 65.96. 43. 50780. 92. 40068. 29950. 20. 17. 30011. 52765. 04. 91. advised to maintain 29840. 90. 40. 93. 41. 52.70. 41. 23. 19. 26. 30622. 32. 97. 91. 84. 38. 52399. 25.23. 19. 34. 56085. 34. 22. 03. 21. 69. 31077. 37300. 28. 59. 32.23. 30497. 44003. 38006. 76. 49232. 53. 76. 04. 61. 65. 65. 64. 89. 69. 74. 39048. 56. 44. 27. 80. 37899. 51463. 94. 42749. 73. 94. 31831. 72. 67. 27. 85. 51167. 78. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUPS – II & III ONLY) 82. 15. 23. 30588. 27. 26. 73. 54689. 54. 07. 16. 21. 45. 42228. 19. 21. 02. 41.18. 35. 29. 53201. 48048. FINAL EXAMINATION (ALL GROUPS) 11. 51085. 05. 42. 40. 86. 53782. 41. 25. 31135. 52. 54471. 67. 21. 51906. 59. 82. 31. 59. 40. 05. 52102. 20. 87. 23. It has been observed that some of the enrollment 59. 15. 35. 29. 33. 45. ENDS. 07. 37. 23. 53411. 26. 92. 18. 51. 55395. 56. 73. 03. 34. 32.12. 97. 93. 36653. 30602. 35. 35223. 29. 46. 50316. 53. 32. 64. 39599. 06. 07. 31. 43280. 13. 09. 52318. 32261. 52611. 46139. 32155. 58. 92. 47719. 60. 24. 83. 37216. 31025. 41776. 78. 33889. 54151. 41. 80. 34. RESULT CANCELLED: ROLL NO. 42. 51392. 68. 07. 08. 87. 72. 35870. 29776. 57. 98. 01. 23. 60. 19. 85. 24. 89. 34295. 41. 94. 53855. 06. 55. 09. 38417. 51. 63. 12. 52988. 45865. 91. 44785. 54468. 28. 44410. 72. 64. 51.30. 22. 65. 92. 23. 21. 56. 55.78. 50. 51100. 45199. 45850. 51601. 52607. 39831. 90. 60. 40. 24. 58. 84. 28. 03. 81. 40. 78. 64. 89. 38. 42. 69. 42227. 50. 97. 44. 55848.22. 55.16. 59. 11. 38649. 42. 25. 78. 45706. 20. 46. 39209. 33306. ENDS. 11. 22. 53. 89. 75. 56. 49742. 21. 34. 43334. 64. 41508. The e-mail address may be sent in the following format. 93. 39949. 71. 25. 36. 53727. 61. 56. 96. 19. 87. 55. 87. 20. 93. 36349. the same to the Students Services Section at dss@icsi. 26. 31. 53. 83. 42. 27. 49. 98. 33471. 28. 99. 77. 94. 47. 23. 32. 52933. 53866. 10. 03. 94. 62. 19. 41452. 03. 74. 91. 89. 16.27. 54. 51. 46248. 36415. 47350. 80. 31454. 28. 32466. 33523. 98. 51453. applications/ letters received from the students are either 23. 41. 51457. 51. 07. 54802. 32533. 42. 39. 44. 42746. 41079. 09. Examination Results-December 2006 52. 17. therefore. 53. 50. 33. 52488. 55856. 53. 90. 82. 85. 40973. 55. 54.50. 76. 04. 10. 84. 86. 45321. 39157. 77. 45649. 48102.87. 71. 37211. 48800. 19. 63. 30509. 32. 55. 24. 53. 43843. 03. 36. 13. 17. 87. 45563. 91. 20.88. 74. 16. 57. 49170. 10. 42640. 90. 07. 30. 91. 74. 53719. 45315. 55016. 52. 17. 73. 54. hall at the time of writing the examination. 30431. 90. 40645. 38063. 44344. 74. 44216. 39655. 43437. 71. 53. 86. 51654. 30. : 32262. 98. 92. 69. 67. 33144. 26. 16. 54. 51778. 92. 61.91. 31834.25. 93. 33. 83. 51. 23. unsigned or bear different signatures from time to time. 36117. 22. 33091. 71. 46930. 29. 96. 60. 45. 17. 41. 38. 66. 33. 32. 98. 44004. 74. 52. 38305. 75. 38062. 30604. 12. 86. 41883. 68. 15. 08. 87. 18. 26. 47611. 20. 50092. 35. 93. 45085. 36590. 21. 81. 09. 30969. 53. 40. 35618. 83. 72. 19. 55579. 37143. 43849.34. 19. 48316. 02. 07. 42. 88. 36820. 47. 44484. 19. 87. 30257. 25. 22. 62. 28. 45853. 38. 32. 31081. 49. 26. 28. 33837. 55391. 64. 63. 17. 25. 35456. 15. 38.20.20. 86. 22. 35. 93. 52502. 34654. 32671. 82. 90. 30010. 30.47. 95. 80. 48368. 52934. 55921. 13. 19. 45201. 38. uniformity in their signatures on all the correspondence with 58. 57. 55726. 80. 30009. 93. 55. 14. 35. 70. 26. 96. 80. 53. 36411. 47. 35. 69. 36817. 81. E-MAIL ADDRESS OF THE STUDENTS 49566. 44. 54. 92. 35066. 83. 56. 45870. 43. 91. 20. 33037. 50. 29. 89. 46932. 63. 89. 95. 44901. 40755. 05. 51716. 39. 45204. 54257. 36276. 07. 30355. 06.40. 08. 51901. 54. 49. 55447. 46512. 37952. 32260.93. 98. 35326. 36. 71. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUPS – I & III ONLY) Name : 29894. 41724.25. 37836. 30684 ENDS. 19. 45316.30. 50955. ENDS. 53. 38. 53. 99. 88. 55070. 56605. 24. 36. 51316. 13. 30. 32. 73. 13. 08. 46405. 37. 81. 42340. 40700. 55. the Institute including students identity card. 37. 49049. 03. 75. 75. 55915. 51847. 28. 52521. 51838. 25. 23. 72. 39. 37951. 22. 32613. 34655. 97. 81. 54578. 32727. 69. 52603. 77. 21. 94. 41. 48748. 54. 64. 96. 44. 68. 57. ENDS. 24. 11. 23. 40812. 79. 61. 97. 45. 13.39. 54. 97. 29. 66. 24. 76. 97. 43. 92. 42. 51. 49286. will facilitate quick and economic communication from the Institute’s side. 50841. 80. 62. 64. 94. 85. 92. 22. 88.79. 53800. 67. 55233. 52602.99. 95. 34. 87. 61. 74. 65. 27. 32. 99. 81. 59. 45. 79. 91. 51250.23. 96. 95. 19. 65. 12. 08. 74. 34506. 10. 54045. 08. 62. 04. 25. ENDS. UNIFORMITY IN SIGNATURES 60. 21. 61. 33. 32. 50. 01. 49. 42. 37. 39488. 42339. 49745. 65. 81. 42524. 82. 54582. 56137. 49.74. 54. 82. 89. 34186.62. 42286. 23. 40. 04. 16. 52617. 04. 11. 51249. 75. 51310. 19. 22. 37209. 53. 55. 98. 25. 37. 38. 21. 48478. 20. 55917. 65. 19. 41562. 92. 54205. 46. 73. 12. 71. 77. 55337. 88. 97. 40. 79. 33. 04. 10. 31777. 78. 31. 52504.66. 42172. 37354. 05. 10. 38877. 89. 30424. 49620. 25. 20.11. 22. 28. 09. 39. 49. 17. 58. 18. 93. 27. enrolment 32983. 90. 14. 55912. 56. 17. 38362. 60. 57. 51389. 16. 35390. 58. 51902. 49488. 83. 18. 27. 44398. 37. 23. 48. 32736. 50. 90. 15. 50835. 31886. 51. 11. 69. 50956. 24. 18. 21. 25. 91. 43. 13. 44001. 80. 86. 41. 06. 12. 42343. 93. 33. 53042.52. 81. 15. 36418. 76. 52. 86.81. 20. 62. 34731. 35800. 93. 44899. 12. 63. 06. 54. 48. 14. 98. 61. 94. 30503. 26. 29.59. 25. 44. 23. 52312. 88. 53197. 33. 31297. 66. 48643. 50431. 53631. 13. 37277. 43. 63. 54. 35401. 02. 17. 17. 54. 57. 11. 30610. 14. 18.96. 55918. 51837. 26. 92. 98. 11. 36206. 44. 48. 53928. 20. 35. 24. 09. 45. 43. 68. 34. 59. 48. 35150. 41. 90. 16. 50152. 27. 53. 34. 33. 21. 86. 20. 89. 31. 10. 39. 83. 54. 43. 40007. 53801. 31. 34. 52489. 24. 18. 96. 32. 24. 43. 53933. 30715. 13. Registration No. 55646. 39. 17. 53929. 50951.13. 27. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUP – III ONLY) 93. 25. 38. 30606. 49625. 48. 93. 50. 50713. 35. 95. 42.09. 88. 51467. 69. 55. 53. 95. 42747. 31. 90. 36.edu which 92. 41. 94. 56190. 31. 54. 35740. 94. 87. 40. 49. 39.17. 38358. 52605. 99. 49983. 85. 46. 43438. 41565. 57. 15. 51588. 45147. 19. 60. 10. 35387. 37. 86. 91. 93.49. 49501. 47. 70. 88. 84. 12. 27. 52. 36763. 06. 30. 68. 50898. 19. 85. 26. 68. 26. 27. 37080. 83. 94. Those students who are having e-mail address may communicate 22. 88. 44841. 52. 34068. 37016. 55721. 55069. 12. 34294. 63.56. 51903. 68. 46. 29. 35146. 22. 41.74. 79. 42111. 99. 51. 13. 34809. 39429. 21. 94. 51719. 79. application and attendance sheet provided in the examination 55. 35801. 48. 38. 34. 14. 22. 27. 90. 14. 82. 44667. 72. 14. 78. 24. 90. 48. 52. 47. 94. 49229. 04. 32747. 66. 43709. 56. 35. 49928. 29. 12. 17. 07. 26. 89. 20. 27. 52088. 44405. 28. 14. 90. 68. 97. 41. 55. 46. 53043. 17. 56. 53553. 39600. 05. 71. 21. 51. 83. 59. 30. 27. 63. 17. 10. 11. 29. 89. 80. 29. 36. 27. 19. 54. 84. 89. 71. 52825. 50834. 35309. 50534. 14. 90. 43119. 86. 35. 38. 90. 31134. 79. 74. 52. 33. 21. 44491. 13. 55. 91. 88. 25. 44956. 45708. FINAL EXAMINATION (GROUPS – I & II ONLY) All the students are. 38244. 16. 12. 75. 50377. 67. 96. 82. 43. 84. 14. 28. 52. 54152. 45770. 32601. 16. 99. 52. 63. 45. 13. 55845. 74. 09.45. 89. 93. 40756. 87. 77. 27. 96. 43916. 44285. 06. 52189. 36280. 73. 84. 51458. 40814. 32. 99. 53357. 34810. 24. 80. 89. 37.10. 03. 34128. 46031. 25. 73. 34. 47886. 51. 06. 56449. 33784. 99. 97. 61. 94. 14. 53. 21. 94. 94. 39. 55781. 22. 49751. 32732. 61. 50706. 44782. 33. 30007. 38. 91. 76. 83. 30735. 71. 89. 30589. 30. 37146. 67. 20. 67. 52. 88. 62. 30. 29. 89. 52402. 50. 05. 35. 29. 98. 73. 37. 87. 42586. 33366. 45. 15. 51470. 77. 18. 50. 29. 95. 38. 45320. 54690. 47. 34. 08. 70. 49. 33. 17. 21. 69. 17. 65. 51. 55179. 18. 26. 56. 48. 36343. 32923. 95. 31. 57. 58. 62. 23. 32050. 43912. ENDS. 55. 38710. 20. 14. 08. 58. 97. 14. 12. 37. 36. 41. 37. 48. 29. 21. 15. 52408. 32729. 49685. 91. E-mail Address : Student Company Secretary 25 March 2007 . 15. 76. 21. 50. 65. 78. 49. 91. 37353. 29. 37275. 20. 35224. 02. 34717. 68. 52986. 48. 41344. 24. 54. 82. 52200. 44838. 29.27. 23. 98. 99. 92. 30700. 28. 92.

22. An application came before the transferred to the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT). secured creditors and workmen and that the action of Chief Executive Officer. The Institute of Company Secretaries the Directors is tenable in law. In that case. as an The Registrar refused to effect change of name. Official Liquidator June 2006 (2005) 127 COMP CAS 156 (MAD) a company (Seshasayee Industries QUERY Ltd. in the interest of the workmen. Is such an action of the directors of the company up of a company. the application and held that it is necessary for the Official Liquidator to The answer sheet should contain the name.Prize Winners Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT). Last date for receipt of answer is 16th April. 1 Street. secured creditors liquidator was essentially like an agent entrusted with the job of winding and workmen. Lodi Road. ANSWERS Similarly. MGR for the Official Liquidator.K. ‘ICSI House’. Failure to defend the interests of the concerned parties and settlement of their claims would amount to 2. A suit for recovery of the loan extended by ground that as the software requires another software to be ICICI Ltd. New Second Prize Delhi-110003. The records of the Tribunal Sarika. This suit loaded into a computer it is not a software and as such not was transferred to Debt Recovery Tribunal before winding up order was eligible for duty exemption. The official liquidator did not Liquidator to participate in the sale proceedings in the interest of the appear before the DRT when the order as above was made. After the scheme is and to sell the immovable and movable property of the company etc. workmen. to have Nagar. up of a company under the order of the Court to conduct the liquidation July 2006 proceedings of the company most fairly. He would only be discharging his duty by participating tenable in law? in the proceedings before the Debt Recovery Tribunal. NR 0422859/08/2004) CC-14A. 1956 confers various powers on the Official Liquidator to be QUERY exercised by him with and without sanction of the Court like instituting A scheme of arrangement confirmed by the court provided for or defending any suit or legal proceedings in the name of the company the change in the name of the company. The company claimed Student Company Secretary published by the Institute of Company import duty exemption on the software so imported. Secretary & the company. The Secretaries of India (ICSI). creditors and the company. In a similar case of V. Institutional Area. Before the winding the company. Official Liquidator as reported in the November 2005 issue of software to be loaded into a computer. No. confirmed the company applied to the Registrar to change the In the light of the above mentioned provisions. Sangath Apartments. (Student Regn. A recovery proceedings against took charge of the properties of the company. Is the stand of the Revenue passed.K. The Official Liquidator did not appear before DRT and the Authorities tenable in law? Tribunal made the sale order of property. it can be concluded that the Official Liquidator 4. Yes. Quiz . Companies Act. Delhi 110088 and had allowed the proceedings to go on without any representation. registration number participate in the proceedings before the Tribunal in the interest of the and address of the student.PRIZE WINNERS sale proceedings is tenable in law. instituted by ICICI Ltd. to appear before the the Registrar stand to legal scrutiny? Student Company Secretary 28 March 2007 . of India. M/s Seshasayee Industries exemption was refused by the Revenue Authorities on the Ltd. 3. Two prizes (a first and a second) in kind will be awarded to the Considering the facts and decision of the above case as well as best answers and the names of the contributors will be published the powers and duties conferred on the Official Liquidator under the in the Bulletin.. 2007. in this case also the directors are correct in appealing to First Prize the Hon'ble High Court for issue of directions to the Official Liquidator Official Liquidator functions as a Liquidator in compulsory winding to participate in the sale proceedings. Shalimar show that the Official Liquidator had not participated in the proceedings Bagh. shall be directed to participate in the sale proceeds in the interests of March 2007 and addressed by name to N. secured creditors and the workmen. Official Liquidator was liable to represent STUDENTS QUIZ the company and other stakeholders in the proceedings of Debt Recovery Tribunal. Jain. of the directors of the company approached the High Court for issue of directions to the Official Liquidator to participate in the Allowing the application the Hon'ble Court observed that the sale proceedings in the interest of the company. The DRT made Hon'ble Company Court for the issuance of direction to the Official an order for the sale of the property. Anandhi (SR0257791/02/2003) S-3. v.K. Non-participation would be viewed as though he was not interested in safeguarding the WINNERS interest of the company. Chennai 600042 participated in the proceedings before the Tribunal. PRIZE QUERY The facts of the given case are similar to that of V. Seshasavee & A company imported a software which requires another Anr v.S. Section 457 of the Companies Act. Seshasayee & ANR. 1956. Answer should not exceed one page typed in double space. that was pending before a civil up order was passed a suit for recovery of a secured loan extended court was transferred to Debt Recovery Tribunal and the Tribunal had by a financial institution which was pending in a civil court was made a sale order of the property. The liquidator ought to have applied for First Prize permission to participate in the proceedings. Some company. Velachery. The Court allowed 1. for the given case that it was the duty of the Official Liquidator.) was under liquidation and the Official Liquidator appointed by the A company was under liquidation and the Official Liquidator court took charge of the company. failure in discharge of Official Liquidator's duties. The action of the directors appealing to the Hon'ble High Court for issue of directions to the Official Liquidator to participate in the QUIZ . The Directors of the Company filed an application before the Company Court for issuance of directions CONDITIONS to Official Liquidator to participate in the sale proceeds. Second Prize As the determination of the claim of the workmen should also be done along with the claim of secured creditors before the DRT it is necessary T. The envelope should be superscribed Students Query. Will the stand of agent of the company for winding up purpose. to the company was pending before the civil court. was under liquidation. it can be established name of the company and issue a fresh certificate of incorporation.

the same First Prize can be the basis along with the sanction order passed by this court. On appeal against the said refusal by Registrar ANSWERS of Companies. However. ANSWERS v The opponent has to correct the format accordingly and then First Prize issue the necessary certificate by implementing the order already Yes. The question before the Rubber Ltd. The unit holders claimed compensation from whether the company should adopt procedure under section 21 the consumer forums on the ground of negligence and deficiency of separately for effecting change of name even after the Scheme of service on the part of UTI.. Ravinder Kumar Shukla v From the above pronouncement via the court decision the stand (JT 2005 (12) SC 345) UTI had many schemes and used to issue of the Registrar in the given query remains revoked and is incorrect. in the decided case of Sherno Investment & Finance Street. Opp.G. sanctioned by this court on the ground that separate procedure under Factual Context : The applicant company requested the ROC to Section 21 of the act is not followed or is required to be followed. Ultimately by the High Court? The Mumbai High Court in the case of Govind the matter landed up in the Supreme Court. R. Registrar units would not amount to payment." Where there is no contract or request. T. Scl. for deficiency of service. Chennai 600 042 v This court on sanctioning this scheme under section 394 dispense such meeting then mere reference to the order of the court will Second Prize be sufficient. change in the Name of the Transferee Company as part of Scheme of The Hon'ble Supreme Court dismissed the appeal and reasoned Amalgamation. [Re Govind Rubber Limited (1995) 83 Comp Cas 556 Hon'ble Supreme Court was whether the loss is to be borne by the (Bom)] has held that" in view of its wide powers Court may approve a unit holders or by the UTI. mere reference The facts & circumstances of the given query resembles the facts to the order of this court would be sufficient. WR0277631/07/2002) C/o S. which is part of the scheme of Amalgamation duly 6. Don Bosco H. not receive the cheques sent by registered post.S.. Some of the unit holders did for the change in the name of the company. J. Shivkrupa Bldg.. required to be followed. should independently comply with Section 21."The court further held & situation of the case of Sherno Investment & Finance LTD v. did not get their money. Mere posting of the cheques of the matured v The decision in Sherno Investment & Finance LTD v. Will they succeed in follows: their claim? v The Application was allowed as and when the scheme was WINNERS proposed on the basis of the resolution of the company. Inez. eventhough stand to be part of the scheme of amalgamation either express or implied." issue him a certificate of incorporation after filing the sanction order of Accordingly. Panaji.2005] reported in Student Company Secretary. The UTI cannot absolve its liability of Companies is that it will not be open to the Registrar of towards the unit holders this way when there is no contract or request Companies to raise objections for change of name which from the payee. 1 Street. in view of the aforesaid decision of the High Court the the court with the ROC by incorporating the change in the name of the stand taken by the Registrar is not correct and he has to effect the transferee company provided by the scheme of arrangement confirmed change of Name of the Transferee Company. v Due to any occurrence such format cannot be validly pressed in St.9.Prize Winners WINNERS Government (currently under delegated powers by ROC) by issuing First Prize fresh certificate of Incorporation consequent upon change of name. In that section 21 for change of Name is that the change of name should be case the loss is of the drawer. (Regn. These cheques were sent to the unit holders through registered post. Many Second Prize of such cheuqes were intercepted by criminals and the unit holders There are diverse views of different High Courts on the question. Annai Indhira Nagar. GOA-403 001 service as against the implementation of the order of this court sanctioning the scheme of amalgamation. Registrar that "it is not open to the Registrar of Companies to raise objection for of Companies [(2006) 70 CLA 21 (Guj)] Jayant Patel. Tamil Nadu-628002 Llmited v. Quiz . Pattu Rathi (SR0246083/09/2002) 5/286. UTI challenged the decision unsuccessfully Amalgamation incorporating such change of name has been approved before the State Commission and the National Commission. Court held "When the Scheme is on the basis of the resolution of the Company together with the sanction order passed by First Prize this court sanctioning the scheme under section 394. Unit holders approached consumer courts for compensation for deficiency of Decisions & Reasons : We therefore sum up our conclusions as service on the part of Unit Trust of India. the The intention of the law makers for following the procedure under post office would continue to act as the agent of the drawer. 72-A. Shetye. Vikas Nagar Amalgamation and insisted that the procedure laid down under section Kanpur-208024 21 should be followed. ROC refused to effect Second Prize change of name on the basis of High Court order under the scheme of Jitendra Singh Sinha (CG0323709). by the court.)] wherein circumstances resembles with that of the query. There was no proof from the appellants approved by the majority and such change be effected by the Central as to the existence of any contract that the amounts could be sent by Student Company Secretary 29 March 2007 . The unit holders will succeed in their claim for compensation passed by this court. Anandhi (SR0257791/02/2003) S-3. that change of name can not be effected that the answer to the question posed would depend on whether the merely on Amalgamation becoming effective. Tuticorin. February 2006. Transferee Company post office was acting as agent of the unit holder and/or the appellant. the post office would continue to act as the duly sanctioned by this court on the ground that separate agent of the drawer and any loss would be that of the drawer and in procedure under section 21 of the Act is not followed or is this case the UTI. Road. The Registrar of Companies refused to effect the change of name and insisted that the procedure laid down under section 21 of August 2006 the Act should be followed. [Decided on change of Name. EKTA. Sangath Apartments MGR Nagar. 1 However. M.P.No. Velachery. 2-D. Prabhudesai. ROC took the same objection which was dismissed Unit Trust of India issued cheques to various unit holders on by the court. It is relevant to point out here that when QUERY the petition for sanction of the scheme of amalgamation came up before the court. In all such cases where there is no contract or request. The court also sanctioned the scheme which provided maturity of the units held by them. cheques towards maturity money of the units to the unit holders. Registrar of Companies [(2006) 70 CLA 21 (GUJ. either express or implied. Vidnya V. In a similar case of Unit Trust of India v.

The unit holders claimed compensation from the consumer forums on the grounds of negligence and deficiency of service on the part of UTI. NSDL depository and Management All students may note that for the June 2007 Examination session. as per the syllabus.Prize Winners post.com or vivekgupta@inmacsindia. it is evident that there is deficiency of service on the part of UTI and the unit holders will succeed in claiming compensation from UTI for deficiency of service. There was no proof from the appellants as to the existence of any contract that the amounts could be sent by the post or as to request from the payee for sending the amount by post. Share Transfer etc. The law is that in the absence of any contract or request from the payee.com to the date of examination. Vivek Gupta. 2006 for June 2007 examination. Decision and Reason : Appeal dismissed by the Supreme Court. mere posting would not amount to payment In cases where there is no contract or request. Ultimately the matter landed up in the Supreme Court. from June 1999 session onwards unless otherwise informed. with a national and multinational client base with offices across India. The Company seeks to recruit 2 Management Trainees & Gift Tax Act has been excluded from the scope of examination Attaractive stipend will be offered. All changes made by the Finance Act. Preparation of Minutes. Second Prize The fact and circumstances of the given query resembles the facts and situation of the case in Unit Trust of India v. Holding of Meetings. Interested Candidates may kindly fax/send resumes to 2.9. 2006. either expressed or implied. Conclusion : In the light of above decision. Nehru Place Intermediate and Final Courses respectively may take note of the New Delhi-110019 following changes applicable for June 2007 Examination: Ph : 26223712/26226933 1. Chiranjiv Tower extent of topics covered in the syllabus) and ‘Direct and Indirect Taxation-Law and Practice’ (Indirect tax portion) paper of the 43. Student Company Secretary 30 March 2007 . Thus. UTI challenged the decision unsuccessfully before the State Commission and the National Commission.N. Consultancy Company is seeking to recruit management in respect of Direct Taxes. The answer to the question posed would depend on whether the post office was acting as an agent of the unit holder and/or the appellant. [Decided on 19. Clarifications.2005] reported in Chartered Secretary December. Ravinder Kumar Shukla (JT 2005 (12) SC 345] S.legal@gmail. INDIRECT TAXES INMACS LTD Students appearing in the ‘Tax Laws’ (Indirect Tax portion to the 503-504. Fax : 26223014 Central Government which became effective six months prior Email : inmacs. students are required The selected candidates will be provided exposure in Corporate to update themselves about all the Circulars.J. 2005 issue. ATTENTION STUDENTS! VACANCY Applicability of Latest Finance Act and other changes for MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Company Secretaries June 2007 Examination. Clarifications/Notifications issued by CBE&C/ Mr. Further. In these circumstances we see no reason to interfere with the impugned order. Variava and Dr. the applicable Assessment Year shall trainees. Examination. Capital Notifications issued by CBDT & Central Government.R. The interesting question raised before the Supreme Court was whether the loss is to be borne by the unit holder payee or by the UTI. These cheques were sent to the unit holders through registered post. The Company holds the leading position in its market be 2007-08 (Previous year 2006-07). In these circumstances there was no reason to interfere with the impugned order. which come in to effect on or before 6 months prior to the date of the respective Market and SEBI/NSE issues. laws. the post office would continue to act as the agent of the drawer. All Circulars. Many of such cheques were intercepted by criminals and the unit holders did not get their money. J. A. Lakshmanan. 15 MONTHS DIRECT TAXES A leading NSE Member. they will have to study Finance Act. Quiz . Factual Context : UTI had many schemes and used to issue cheques towards maturity money of the units to the unit holders.

members of the Managing Committee also shared their STUDY CIRCLE MEETING ON CAPITAL MARKET – AN experience and highlighted the growing recognitions and opportunities OVERVIEW for CS to grow as indispensable Corporate Managers.2007 an interview with Preeti Malhotra. News and Announcements true potential of CS course. Manager (Accounts). 1956. President. boosted the morale of the participants. Chapter participants that the days of compliance are over and days of excellence Secretary in his welcome address stressed on the need to realize the are in. Company Secretary NORTHERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL & Sr. Sarangi. knowledge base provided is of high value and if a person uses it to the CS PROGRAMME ON “SAHARA SAMAY” (RASHTRIYA) TV advancements of the organization he/she serves. With globalisation.2007 the 104th SMTP conducted by the Regional Council (Regulation) Act. A good employment or in practice. whether they are in investors and explained Dos and Don’ts in the Capital Market.M. He said that students must get more information Sudhanshu Shekhar. the scope is also getting enhanced. During his address.M. He introduced the guest speaker to the goodwill of the profession. He provoked the audience to be positive INSTITUTE NEWS minded.K. Issue of Capital. the economy is booming and tremendous of Capital market for 2005-06 and also had given some tips to the opportunities are coming up for the professionals.1. – 6. confident and alert The programmes were coordinated by Dr. Manager (Accounts) M/s Ortel as Managers and compete with MBAs. Atish of intermediate all student related activities being organised by the Chapter. Amid telephonic queries from stressed and highlighted that company secretary is more than a listeners. She invited suggestions and requested all to PROGRAMME update their email ID and contact numbers. Sarangi covered IPO. a final CS student Communications Limited was the guest speaker on the topic. He highlighted various strongholds of CS NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS profession and also mentioned some of the successes. Mecon Limited. She added that “give a lot of time to the improvement of yourself. speaking on the subject stressed that the members and students Sahoo Chairman of the Chapter welcomed the students for attending should have winning attitude and let them spread the message and the study circle meeting. Rajpal. on Sahara Samay in practice. Kumar. organized by the Chapter every month and intimate the same to the Chapter so that it can take necessary steps to inform other students Neha Rohatgi expressed her view that to be a CS is a matter of for their participation in large number and arrange the speaker for the pride and one would uphold the integrity of CS as outstanding corporate programme. past Chairman as a Company Secretary” was broadcast between 4 .00 P. EASTERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL Arun Kumar Garodia. She also encouraged and some students were well clarified by the speaker.R.5 P. 1992. 1996.R. While addressing the gathering she said Exchanges. then there is no HALF DAY SEMINAR CUM ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT time to criticize others”.2007 an hour long Live Phone-In-Programme on “Career P K Sharma. He advised the the constructive role being played by the CS in today’s world would students to keep regular contact with the Chapter Office and to attend definitely earn its due share in corporate world. dedicated professionals to see the best out of the CS PHONE-IN-PROGRAMME ON CS ON AIR FM RAINBOW profession. On the occasion the students were invited to speak on the topic as volunteers. the ICSI. the ICSI and also the Intermediary & Secondary Market Intermediary and functions of Stock Chief Guest on the occasion.45 P. He gave an analysis and liberalization. that real life challenges would start now. Primary Market was inaugurated by Preeti Malhotra. the ICSI for CS. M. Sarangi.2007 the Chapter organized a students' study circle intermediate course spoke on the subject highlighting various skills meeting at its premises on Capital Market wherein M. Director. She also highlighted the role of CS in students and apprised them about organizing this programme for the preventing corporate frauds and promoting corporate governance.M. on 102.2. Public Relations & Corporate Communication. past CEO and MD. While speaking on the occasion. Depository Act. He briefly explained financial institutions. He urged the participants to take the opportunity of this last leg Student Company Secretary 31 March 2007 . Pranav Kumar. He highlighted emerging trends and areas in the market where the CS can play a vital role. Rajpal suggested the students to be proactive. He talked about financial system INAUGURATION OF 104 TH SECRETARIAL MODULAR and its constituents. She also stressed on the importance of soft skills. information on the CS course was aired by way of an exclusive Departmental Head. SEBI Act. There on the CS Course and profession was telecast during the Business is no dearth of opportunities as company secretary in employment or News Bulletin aired between 5.1. a licenciate ICSI also expressed confidence that about Capital market by attending this programme. benefit of the students. IPO by unlisted that with continuous efforts of the Government for the globalization Companies and public issue by Listed Companies.1.2. Nikita Sinha. She shared her agenda for the PATNA CHAPTER year. One should make use of this opportunity number of students attended the programme. He also impressed upon the Chapter Chairman inaugurated the seminar. He covered SEBI (DIP) Guidelines 2000. company secretaries have achieved. Right Issue. Secretary & CEO. On 21. P. which a company secretary should possess and develop to be termed Company Secretary & Sr.Jain. in order to be a successful Corporate Manager/company secretary. Amit of On 30. He advised course also requested the students to have positive frame of mind all the students to suggest topics for the study circle meetings to be and spread the message of goodwill of the profession. Chapter Treasurer. Sachin Jaiswal and Ajay BHUBANESWAR CHAPTER Nath Sahay. He highlighted that the course contents and interview with N. M/s Ortel Communications Ltd. Senior Director of the Institute alerted the participants Programme on CS as Corporate Managers at its premises. made a brief introduction of Capital Market.6 and Member of the present Committee of the Chapter in his address FM Rainbow Channel of All India Radio. Securities Contracts On 31.K. (Rashtriya) TV Channel. The queries raised by available in the best possible manner.2007 to commemorate its Foundation Day Celebration the Chapter organized a half day seminar cum Academic Development S. On 5. President. the sky is the limit On 7. Amita Ahuja. She also offered her best wishes to the participants for their professional career ahead. professional. money TRAINING PROGRAMME market and securities market.

M. Chauhan. Girish opportunities. and other senior corporate professionals.2007 the Chapter conducted a career awareness (* Provided sufficient number of students are registered for Group II) programme at Dr.1. highlighted the avenues available to the profession both in employment ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME and in practice. Stress Management.M. in Practice. 42420552.net On 7. comprising students would be formed 14TH ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME soon so that the magazine could also be made useful for the students. Praveen Soni. Over 100 students of Commerce and Science streams attended the JAIPUR CHAPTER programme.S.3500/- members was held at the Chapter premises. the student’s picnic. He containing brief details on the company secretaryship course were Student Company Secretary 32 March 2007 . He suggested the participants to also informed regarding celebration of the Sports Week in February read journals. Kaushal.. News and Announcements of training to develop the soft skills. On 10.K. In his address he develop cohesiveness and a strong bond of friendship amongst themselves.2007 a meeting of the Chairman with all the faculty Course Fee : Foundation Rs.S.00 P.1. Preeti Vihar. Satwinder Singh. Yogesh Sachdeva. Madaan and Rajesh Kesari of Vishwas Securities Limited took the sessions.2.K. In his second session he discussed Time and completion certificates to the participants. in his welcome address conveyed the massage of the Institute Intermediate Group II Rs. Chairman. The programme was inaugurated by the stage of examination.00 P. On 6. It also gives participants to taken to bring the services at the excellent level. Oral Coaching Classes for Foundation and Intermediate MEETING OF THE CHAIRMAN WITH THE FACULTY Groups I & II* are likely to commence from 26. The Editorial Board. Regional Council Member distributed the programme memory management. BASANT PANCHAMI CELEBRATION Chairman of the Chapter addressed the students highlighting the advantages of company secretaryship course at length such as career On 23. role of company secretary & importance of profession Goyal.2007 the Chapter celebrated Basant Panchami . Dr.P. Chairman Intermediate Group I Rs.M. Coordinator of the ADP introduced Dr. 2007 and further informed the activities to be carried out in the coming months. 5. in the present scenario. so that communication and presentation skills in them Admission has already commenced.3500/*. Based on the survey report.2007 an Academic Development Programme for the A. During the Career Awareness Programme M. etc.MOTHER TERESA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & day to day life. On 31. DOC MOTHER TERESA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & VOCATIONAL informed about the various activities for the student. sports etc. newspapers.Modi Science & Commerce College. For further details. NIRC in his welcome address This committee will conduct a survey of the students for knowing the emphasized that SMTP provides immense opportunity to participants expectation level as well as existing available services and facilities to gain knowledge from practical experience of the faculty who are for the students. Bhatia.00 to 7.2007 and MEMBERS 24.2007 the NIRC organized its 14th Academic Development He also announced the best participant award for the students Programme for students at ICSI-NIRC Building. Brochures Goyal described that the students are important for the Institute. the students. Sapna worship of goddess Saraswati was performed. the speaker of the first session. Executive Officer. In his welcome address Girish Queries raised by the participants were also replied suitably. 42420553 CAREER COUNSELLING PROGRAMME Fax: 22509200 Emai: mtim@vsnl. R.N. STUDIES MODINAGAR CHAPTER C-Block. He Timings: 5. Modinagar. Minutes of Board meetings and General 2007 SESSION meetings and thereafter a group discussion was also held. Koley. Suman undergoing ADP. Vice Chairperson of the Chapter briefed on syllabus tips members including Managing Committee Members were present on sharing her experience in qualifying the CS examination. Chapter Chairman commenced the function. Delhi 110092 Phones : 22057200. He beautifully explained the participants the skill to sharpen the memory and gave tips to come over the stress of the ICSI . CHAWLA/ VINAY GUPTA completion of classes on every subject. regarding brand image and global visibility of the CS profession. Chapter Secretary explained the Kumar of SMC Global Securities Ltd. He declared that very soon students’ facility committee shall be constituted.K. Company Secretary importance of the ADP.4000/.DECEMBER on Drafting of Notices. please contact The faculty suggested to organize quiz/elocution competition after J. of the library committee by nominating two students as members.1. Ashu Gupta. He also insisted to develop the soft skill of and 6. Kaushal delivered his lecture on S.30 A. Chairman of the Chapter Girish Goyal. She also the occasion.2007 respectively. 22057500. registration procedure etc. He also announced the constitution said that SMTP is very much useful for an informal interaction with the senior members.2. could be improved. SMTP Committee in her welcome address viz. Yogesh Sachdeva. suitable action would be senior members of the profession of CS. Singhal. Modinagar Chapter explained the students was organised. J. A large number of Bhutani.4. New Delhi. VOCATIONAL STUDIES ORAL COACHING CLASSES FOR FOUNDATION The third session was addressed by Suresh Sharma who addressed AND INTERMEDIATE GROUPS I & II* . eligibility criteria. Chairman. also announced to make a student section in the monthly chapter magazine. (Monday to Saturday) stressed the need for best delivery part by the faculties to the students Registration Open on all working days between 9. Girish Goyal. exclusively for the students including extra-curricular activities. After that the of company secretary in the changing economic scenario.

Apart from this. Abids.S. S. The students who undergo Oral Coaching. 040-23399541. and also how the professional courses are subjects of company secretaryship course.Surana Group of Companies. duration Intermediate Groups I & II CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAMME Timings : 09. Deputy Director.2007 onwards fresh batch of Foundation/ Intermediate course Oral Coaching Classes will be conducted State Date of Timing Fees Last date for by the Chapter for December 2007 examinations as per the commence.00 P.2007 6. he added. SIRO participated and Colony.M. the ICSI Venue : The ICSI-Hyderabad Chapter # 6-3-609/5. 9.00 A. students are women. Kavitha Rani. receipt of following schedule.Hyderabad Chapter organized Career Awareness for men and women and said that the women students pursuing this Programmes at Vidyanjali Degree College.M. of Lectures : 96 lectures each of 2 hrs. (Morning) to Fees : Rs.30 P. he added. E-mail: Hyderabad@icsi.30 P.M. examination. Executive Officer addressed the students jointly and severally. Member. Sarah Arokiaswamy elucidated in step by step fashion about the Company Secretary in Practice.03.30 A. management and law disciplines. Fees : Rs.16. which gives numerous updated information about all the and the opportunities. Anandnager Intermediate 02.07.26.M. FOUNDATION/INTERMEDIATE COURSE ORAL HYDERABAD CHAPTER COACHING CLAS SES FOR DECEMBER 2007 EXAMINATIONS FOUNDATION/INTERMEDIATE COURSE ORAL The SIRC of the ICSI proposes to conduct Foundation/ COACHING CLAS SES FOR DECEMBER 2007 Intermediate (Both Groups) Oral Coaching Classes for EXAMINATIONS December 2007 Examinations as per details given below : From 9. syllabus. He advised the students to take up Osmania University on 27-02-2007. College for Girls on 23-02-2007 and at Nizams College.00 A. Anandnager and Sarah Arokiaswamy.2007 Hyderabad (Evening) to No.07. Phone : (044) 28279898. Sridharan said CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAMMES that the company secretaryship course assures rewarding career both The ICSI.net.M.00 A. She advised the students Oral Coaching and Students Facilities Committee and R. Wheat Crofts Road. Fax : commerce. Considering various aspects the ideal choice reporters of local TV Channels.2007 9.04. Chapel Road. to 08. since the Institute supplies comprehensive Sekhar. Venue : The ICSI-Hyderabad Chapter # 6-3-609/5. course has gone up steadily and two out of five company secretary Anni Besant Jr. New No. 2750/- (Morning) 8. Hyderabad-500 004 addressed in “Commet’07” a programme organized by the Department No. Rs.M. 4750/. Sridharan. B. Company the CS course at the earliest possible and enter into the profession. Venue : Sujatha Degree College for Women. Group-II to per group Fees : Rs. Secretary. the and in practice.16.Pavan Kumar. 28268685 Hyderabad e-mail: siro@icsi. They also guided them how to come Regional Council is conducting a well structured Oral Coaching Classes out successfully in the professional examinations and also explained for the benefit of the students and it also has a well stocked library.04. Rs. Intermediate Group II For further details please contact: Timings : 06. icsisirc@md3. Chapel Road. reading material for all the subjects. supplemented with a monthly The speakers explained about the Company Secretaryship Course bulletin.2007 Timings : 07. 3350/. Apart from principals and correspondents.M.M.2. need not to submit the importance of pursuing professional course in the changing business response sheets under postal tuition scheme. Vidhyasagar College of Arts and Science.07. she added. Company Secretary in registration procedure.00 A.Rajnish C Popat. Khairatabad. S. course fee.4.2007 4. 040-23396494. Channai-600034 Venue : Sujatha Degree College for Women.30 P. Foundation 23. Sridharan. SOUTHERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL About 200 students attended the programme. Hyderabad .07. to 08.edu. exemptions Practice.Chandra that they need not be scary about the course and for that matter preparation for the course. Rs. before the students is to take up company secretaryship course. 2750/- 11. Kaikalur on 02-02-2007. pass the Eligibility Tests and get While addressing the students. of Lectures : 96 lectures each of 2 hrs.2007 R.2007 6. duration of Commerce. Chengalpattu.30 P. The film on Career as Company Secretary was also screened at the programme. of Lectures : 192 lectures each of 2 hrs.15 A. ment application Foundation Course Foundation 23.M. Chairman. News and Announcements distributed to the participants.00 P.26. SIRO of the ICSI.vsnl.30 A. Rs. Student Company Secretary 33 March 2007 . Interested candidates are advised to deposit the fee by a college situated in a semi urban area of Chennai. Abids.2007 Timings : 06.2007 Colony.M. pertaining to company secretaryship course.00 P. 3000/.(Both Groups) On 28. Intermediate Group I Intermediate 02. Khairatabad.edu rigorous and training requirements are robust. Since the curriculum is 040-23325458.30 P. R.Marthi. Challan at the Chapter Office by 5th April 2007. For further details scenario and said that company secretaryship course is the relevant the students are advised to contact the Chapter at the above course for the students who are undergoing their graduation in address. Central Council.M. Fees : Rs. a company secretary naturally acquires professional acumen. explained the the Coaching Completion Certificates.in No. of Lectures : 150 lectures each of 2 hrs.00 P. Nearly 2100 [Intermediate and Degree] students Regional Council conducts innovative programmes to enhance the attended the programmes. duration (Evening) 8. duration 6. 3000/.M. 3350/. to 09.M.03. Hyderabad-500 004 Group-I to per group No.M. the different from traditional courses. 2750/- Nungambakkam. Chapter Chairman . The programme was covered by media soft skills of the students.M.M.Bala Chandra. Telephone Nos. about the job opportunities available to the profession in employment Not restricting itself to mere academic coaching for the students. to 01. which will be rewarding career in all aspects.

comprehensive guidelines and modus operandi of the Scheme. Chapter in Charge distributed the and the Runners-up. the Council of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India has decided to empanel Private Coaching Centres for conducting the Oral Coaching Classes for the students undergoing CS Course on behalf of the Institute. V.1. of Oral Coaching Classes for Intermediate Group II students. 1980. He also pointed out the employment opportunities for the Students on How to Prepare & Write the Professional in current business situation and practising areas in the field. Nearly 50 students of Commerce Nearly 65 Students attended the Seminar. Vargheese. He also explained how to successfully complete Intermediate Course Oral Coaching Students. please visit the Institute’s website www. Oral Coaching and Students Facilities Committee welcomed Secretary explained the employment opportunities available to the the students and informed the objectives for conducting the Quiz. Rajnish C Popat. in the corporate sector.f.2007 the ICSI-Hyderabad Chapter organized a Seminar and examination.Krishnamorthy.e-mail: rrajguroo@yahoo. Oral Ramesh Babu.2007 the Chapter organized a Career Awareness EMPANELMENT OF PRIVATE COACHING CENTRES FOR CONDUCTING ORAL COACHING CLASSES FOR CS STUDENTS ON BEHALF OF THE INSTITUTE In a path-breaking initiative..edu OR send an application directly to:- Shri Sohan Lal. VS Raju. This landmark decision will undoubtedly have a far reaching impact on the entire Oral Coaching System under the Company Secretaryship Course and it provides a golden opportunity to reputed Coaching Centres in the private sector to get associated with one of the premier professional institutes in India constituted under Company Secretaries Act. Prior to Voltas Ltd. COACHING STUDENTS On 25. Tirunelveli.2.Phone:25444479. Joint Director The Institute of Company Secretaries of India ‘ICSI House’ 22. exam preparation etc. Madduri Srinivas. etc. News and Announcements lecturers. and Tirunelveli Government Law College final year students attended QUIZ PROGRAMME the programme. Raja.C. Chapter Chairman.Com. at MDT Hindu College. Lodi Road. Popat.Colllege. Thane (W) 400 601.2007 the Chapter intends to commence next batch He at the end distributed prizes to the winners and the runners-up.7. etc. Tirunelveli also explained the course details and syllabus. Swastik CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAMMES Plaza. Chapter Chairman explained the On 25. Government of India.e. PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION Chapter Secretary while addressing the students in both the Institutions explained the Company Secretary Course details. Chairman. Tuticorin and also at Kama Raj College.2007 overwhelming response and was greatly appreciated by the Students. Head of the Department of Commerce in VOC College Coaching and Students Facilities Committee in his address explained also narrated the important role being played by company secretaries about good place to study.A. Krishnamoorthy. 2. motivation. Institutional Area . W.S..2007 the ICSI-Hyderabad Chapter organized at its course structures and the importance of the role of the company premises a Company Law Quiz Programme for 59th Batch of secretaries profession. For format of application. the Institute is conducting the Oral Coaching Classes on its own through its Regional Councils/ Chapters/ Satellite Chapters. T. Oral Coaching & Students Facilities Committee explained the students the purpose and importance of INTERMEDIATE GROUP II ORAL COACHING conducting the indoor and fun games which was to refresh the mind CLASSES of the students and to develop more concentration towards their studies. pattern On 18. Company Secretary assured the students that the Institute from the head quarters to explained the qualities essential for passing the examination and about Chapter level is always ready to serve the students in their studies. Chairman. programmes with keen interest to know the details of the course. the prospects of the profession. He profession in corporate sector . The programme received Yet another career awareness programme was held on 30. functioning under the administrative jurisdiction of Ministry of Company Affairs. syllabus.B. M. He Examination at its Premises. positive thinking.2. 2nd Pohkran Rd (Subash Nagar). STUDENTS SEMINAR ON HOW TO PREPARE & WRITE THE from each institutions attended the progrmame. also acted as the quiz master. Chapter Chairman distributed the prizes to the Winners pattern and examination.. V.2007 the ICSI-Hyderabad Chapter organized Indoor & Fun WESTERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL Games for 59th Batch of Oral Coaching Students at its Premises. time management. a number of teaching staff members also participated in the Programme at V. The Institute invites applications from interested institutions for conducting Oral Coaching Classes for CS Students under the aforesaid Scheme. Tuticorin. Law College. brochures and cleared the doubts raised by the students in all the INDOOR & FUN GAMES FOR 59 TH BATCH OF ORAL career awareness programmes. SS Marthi. in the respective areas along with their recommendations. Chapter Official was the scorer.2. Rajnish C. The Regional Councils/ Chapters/ Satellite Chapters of the Institute scattered all over India have been authorized to scrutinize and forward the applications to Headquarters after preliminary assessment of infrastructure.Com. and B. Govindarajan. New Delhi – 110 003 Student Company Secretary 34 March 2007 .2.. the CS examination and get a job. At present.S.icsi.O. Around 300 students of B. senior lecturer in Govt.co. THANE CHAPTER Rajnish C Popat. M. MADURAI CHAPTER For further details contact the Chapter Office at 206.in On 13.

the participants would be exposed to case studies and mock board/general meeting. Kolkata-700019 ❏ Tel. New No. 1956. G Module V-Practical and Procedural Aspects relating to Appearance before CLB/Under SICA. SMTP COURSE CONTENTS : Module I-Filling and Filing of Forms under the Companies Act. EIRO of the ICSI.07 ❏ Bangalore Chapter : 03. : 2661840 (STD Code 0172) NIRC of the 20. Anand Nagar Colony. : 2661840 (STD Code 0172) NIRC of the 31. Organised by Duration of the Venue of Programme Contact Address Programme EIRC of 23. Ahiripukur 1st the ICSI to Lane.04. : 22832973/ 09.06. ICSI-EIRC Bldg.07 to 12. Sector Chapter of to 32-C.edu/ icsi@eth.04.07 to 05. : 022-27577814/ 29.2007 22816541❏ Fax No.09.09. : 044-28279898/28268685/ 03. CBD Belapur.edu NIRC of 09.07 to 15.2007 22816541❏ Fax No. 25816593 ❏ Fax : 25722662 (STD CODE : 011) ❏ E-mail : niro@icsi.net..2007 15/16 ❏ Fax No. ICSI-NIRC Building.07 (ii) 28. Chandigarh Chapter of NIRC of the ICSI. Khairatabad. Joint Ventures & Foreign Collaborations. Hyderabad Chapter of SIRC of the ICSI Chapter of to #6-3-609/5. 4.10.07 to 27. GGDSD College. Chandigarh 06. SCHEDULE OF TRAINING ORIENTATION PROGRAMMES (TOP) Organised by Duration of the Venue of the Programme Contact Address the Programme EIRC of 27.in. 9.07 to 04.05.07 SIRC : 08.09. ICSI-NIRC Building. G Module IV-Loan Documentation. Prasad the ICSI to Nagar Institutional Area. Institutional Area. NIRC of the ICSI. EIRO of the ICSI. NIRC of the ICSI. New Delhi-110005 ❏ Tel.Q.07 SIRC : (i) 18.net Chandigarh 27. SIRC of the ICSI.04. Plot No.09.07 NIRC Premises Executive Officer. Near Beck Bagan Nursing Home.07 to 14. SIRC & Bangalore Chapter during 2007 is as under : NIRC : (i) 11.05. Hyderabad-500004 SIRC of 26. Nungambakkam-600034 ❏ Tel./REGIONAL COUNCILS/CHAPTERS ELIGIBILITY OF PARTICIPANTS : ICSI final passed candidates. the ICSI to Prasad Nagar. 101.09. ICSI-SIRC House. : 23399541/23396494 ❏ Fax : 23325458 (STD Code : 040) the ICSI ❏ E-mail : hyderabad@icsi.08.09. ICSI to Premises Institutional Area.2007 ICSI The schedule of other TOPs proposed to be organised by NIRC. G Module III-Managing Public Issues. ccrt@icsi.edu NIRC of 18.2007 E-mail : siro@icsi.2007 ICSI SIRC of 18..10. Navi Mumbai-400614 ❏ Tel. : 25763090/25767190/ 04. etc.2007 ❏ Tel.11.2007 Chapter Premises Programme Co-ordinator.07.07 (ii) 10.vsnl.2007 SIRC Premises Deputy Director. 3-A.09.05.2007 CCRT Programme Coordinator. Chandigarh Chapter of NIRC of the ICSI. 3-A.07 to 14.07 ❏ Bangalore Chapter : 10. Ahiripukur 1st the ICSI to Lane.2007 EIRO Premises Executive Officer. SMTP ORGANISED BY H. : 033-22816542 ❏ E-mail : eiro@icsi. Raising Finance through EURO Issues & Export and Import Procedures and Documentation.09. In addition.04.edu CCRT of the 14. Chandigarh-160047. ❏ Tel. 4.05. Sector Chapter of to 32-C. New Delhi-110005 ❏ Tel. Hyderabad 10.net. Plot No.edu/icsisiro@md3.07 to 07.com. : 022-27574348 ❏ E-mail : ccrt@vsnl. Chandigarh-160047. GGDSD College. Kolkata-700019 ❏ Tel.05.04. Wheat Crofts the ICSI to Road. : 033-22816542 ❏ E-mail : eiro@icsi.07 25767190. Consumer Protection Act and Case Studies in RTP/UTP. CCRT of the ICSI.2007 25816593❏ Fax : 25722662 (STD Code : 011) ❏ E-mail : niro@icsi.03.2007 EIRO Premises Executive Officer.2007 To be announced Secretary.10.04. Student Company Secretary 35 March 2007 . Sector-15. ❏ Tel.2007 NIRC Premises Executive Officer. : 25763090/ 13. ICSI-EIRC Bldg.07. Near Beck Bagan Nursing Home.07. SIRC & Bangalore Chapter during 2007 is as under : NIRC : (i) 18.12.03.04.06.2007 To be announced Secretary.edu (18th Residential SMTP) The schedule of other SMTPs proposed to be conducted by NIRC. : 22832973/ 31.edu/icsi@eth.07.06. Plot No.10. G Module II-Practical and Procedural Aspects of Convening and Conducting Board Meetings & Annual General Meetings and Related Aspects.

. Devika Tower.. 15 Months Suitable Mumbai-400097 601.400001 imparting 15 months Training Walchandnagar Industries Ltd. Pushpanjali Tower.. New Ranjit Nagar New Delhi-110001 New Delhi-110008 BTL Investment Ltd.. Daga Layout. DDA Flats. 15 Months 3000 GI-945... 15 Months 3500 Bhubaneswar-751 006 SRS Multiplex. CHANGE IN ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY Plot No. 10.400034 Knowledge City..I..T. . 15 Months 3500 E-18. Saket Place Training Karol Bagh. Ltd. Shri Krishnam Apartment Training From : R.. Munbai-400021 CHANGE IN NAME/ADDRES S OF THE COMPANY IMPARTING TRAINING Ind Synergy Ltd. 15 Months Suitable THE PURPOSE OF IMPARTING APPRENTICESHIP Plot No. under Eastern Region 236. Box 216.. 33 may please be treated as cancelled. Post Saligao From : POLYCON INTERNATIONAL LTD. 985 International To : SWEN REALITY AND MEDIA LTD. 15 Months 5000 From : SWEN TELEVISION LTD. 15 Months Suitable 305.. Manjeera Square Training JANUARY 2007 Opp. Okhla Industrial Estate Training appearing on page No.. Kolkata . District Centre. 2007 Faridabad-121005 VANDANA PANKAJ PCSA-1433 Multimedia & Entertainment Ltd. Middleton Street. Baba Kharad Singh PRADEEP DEBNATH PCSA-1434 Marg. 3rd Floor. New Asiatic Building Bapat Marg. Malviya Marg.. 2nd Floor. Pune-411016 Connaught Place.110019 PANKAJ S DESAI PCSA-1438 WESTERN 505/Panchsheel IV Wing B’. Tardeo Training 5000 H-Block. Fort From : RELIANCE INFOCOMM LTD.522002 Andhra Pradesh Training Jaipur-302001 Student Company Secretary 36 March 2007 ... Dhirubhai Ambani Road.. M. IInd Floor. months Practical TDI Infrastructure Pvt. S. ‘C’ Scheme. Kolkata-700020 will pay suitable Omaxe Ltd. Mythri Hospital Ameerpet. 2nd Floor Training 8000 Industrial Area. Pilerne. Church Road. 6D.. New Delhi-110020 Instead M/s Jessop & Co. INDUSTRIES (ROLLING MILLS) LTD. Ltd. Walchand Terraces. Guntur . 15 Months Suitable C-1. 114.500038 Region Training Stipend EASTERN Period (Rs. 2nd Floor 6.. Nehru Ground Training DEBASMITA NAYAK PCSA-1435 N.. Agra-282003 Nehru Place. 15 Months . Mumbai . months Practical Rotary Bhawan.. 7. . Networth Stock Broking Ltd. Raheja Centre Training Nariman Point. Arundelpet P. 15 and 03 Suitable To : POLYCON INTERNATIONAL LTD. Sarojini Nagar 72.. Ltd.. Sector-24 Training TRAINING DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.. IFFCO Chhatisgarh Power Ltd. Prasad Nagar.O.. North Ambazari Registered for imparting 15 and 03 months practical training. INFRA . New Delhi-110019 LIST OF PRACTISING MEMBERS REGISTERED FOR Lakhani India Ltd. 15 Months Suitable of January-2007 against Jessop & Co. 661. 15 Months Suitable 6 A. Hyderabad . Malad(E) IOL Broadband Ltd. Kasturba Gandhi Marg Training CORRIGENDUM New Delhi-110001 The stipend mentioned in the Student Company Secretary issue Mankind Pharma Ltd. Bomikhal Upstairs of New Kalika South Indian Hotel.. Vishwakarma 5. Faridabad .LIST OF THE COMPANIES REGISTERED FOR Parasakti Cement Industries Ltd. Veer Nariman Road. Convention Centre. 15 and 03 Suitable NORTHERN 8B. Nagpur-440033 To : R. Jaipur-302001 Jocil Ltd. 15 Months 5000- A-241-242 (b). 15 Months 3000 IMPARTING TRAINING DURING THE MONTH OF 301. Pilerne Industrial Training Estate. Jaipur-302013 32/34.. 15 Months 3500. 15 Months 2500 201. 131. Phase-3..700071 Training 9. 1st Floor.S.. Churchgate House.. Registered for ICC Tech Park. Geetanjali.I. Regal Building (West) Training New Delhi-110 023 IInd Floor. To : RELIANCE COMMUNICATIONS LTD. Navi Mumbai-400710 T-Systems India Pvt. Goa-403511 Registered for imparting 15 and 03 months Practical Training SOUTHERN O-16. Road. New Delhi-110 005 New Delhi-110017 CHEENA JAGGI PCSA-1437 JMD Ltd. New Delhi-110001 Berger Becker Coating Pvt. SRS Entertainment Ltd. 15 Months Suitable stipend to the students. . Faridabad-121001 Plot No. Road No.TRANSMISSION LTD. Registered for Mumbai. Tower B Training imparting 15 months Training Survey No. Senapati H-108.. Ltd.. Raheja Township..121007 NIRAJ KUMAR GOEL PCSA-1436 2B-LIG DDA Flats. New Delhi .) Sumedha Fiscal ServicesLtd. . Ground Floor Training Delhi Gate.. Cuttack Road. Ltd.. 3. Road. Connaught Place 494. City Centre Training Sector-12. Local Shopping Centre Training Kalkaji..

The duration of each ADP would be eight hours and those who have attended three such programmes would be deemed to have attended 25 Hours ADP..01.09. : 044-28279898/28268685 ❏ Fax No. 011) ❏ E-mail : niro@icsi. EIRO of the ICSI.2007 NIRC Premises Executive Officer. SIRC and Hyderabad Chapter during 2007 is as under : NIRC : (i) 21.02. Plot No.07 (ii) 15. Exemption 1.2007 : 05 2.per participant — The Schedule of ADPs proposed to be organized by the Regional Councils/Chapters is as under :- Organised by Date of the Venue of the Contact Address Programme Programme EIRC of 07. : 22832973/ 22816541❏ Fax No. NIRC of the ICSI.net.02. ICSI-EIRC Bldg.2007 SIRC Premises Deputy Director.2007 Chapter Programme Coordinator. : 23399541/ SIRC of the 23396494 ❏ Fax No.01.07. Chennai-600034 ❏ Tel. : 25763090/25767190/25816593 ❏ Fax No. Wheat Crofts the ICSI Road. who has been sponsored for 15 months training either in a company or under a Company Secretary in Practice is compulsorily required to attend and complete 25 Hours Academic Development Programme (ADP)..04. Kolkata-700019 ❏ Tel.edu ICSI The schedule of other ADPs proposed to be organised by NIRC. ICSI-NIRC Bldg.07 month (upto 28.07 31.07) 15 Months in 15 14 20 09 04 49 47 06 Companies 15 Months with NIL 29 22 07 07 64 59 12 CS in Practice 3 Months in NIL 36 36 NIL Company/ 15 Days in Optional Area 2. : 23325458 (STD CODE : 040) ❏ E-mail : hyderabad@icsi.11.05. 9. No.in/siro@icsi.2007 : 20 Student Company Secretary 37 March 2007 .02. 4. Number of applications pending as on 31.07 ❏ Hyderabad Chapter : 13. : 25722662 (STD Code No. : 033-22816542 ❏ E-mail : eiro@icsi. SIRC-ICSI House.net SIRC of 16. Number of pending applications as on 28.11.07 (iii) 17. Hyderabad Chapter of SIRC of the ICSI # 6-3-609/5. : 044-28268685 ❏ E-mail : icsisirc@md3.02. Hyderabad-500004 ❏ Tel. Number of applications received for exemption : 48 3. Near Beck Bagan Nursing Home.2007 EIRO Premises Executive Officer. Fee Rs. Number of exemptions granted : 33 4.04.08.05.07 (upto 28. 3-A. Nungambakkam.07 the month taken for training 28. STATUS OF TRAINING (Period from 01-02-2007 to 28-02-2007) 15 Months Training with Company/Company Secretary in Practice and 03 Months & 15 days Practical Training STAGE-I STAGE-II Biodata of the students sent to the companies/company Students sponsored for training secretaries in practice for consideration APPLICATIONS CASES Pending Received Forwarded for Pending Pending Received No. Chapter of Premises Anand Nagar Colony. Ahiripukur 1st the ICSI Lane. of students Pending Training as on during the consideration as on as on during who have actually as on Type 31.01. Khairatabad. SIRC of the ICSI. Prasad the ICSI Nagar Institutional Area.07 (ii) 15. New Delhi-110005 ❏ Tel.07) 28.07.02.edu/icsi@eth. SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES (ADP) Every student of the Institute. 250/.edu NIRC of 19.07 SIRC : (i) 18.edu Hyderabad 01.vsnl.05.

06.30 PM DATE AND FINAL FOUNDATION INTERMEDIATE DAY 02.2007 Advanced Company English and Business General and Commercial Laws Regn.06. Institutional Area.2007 Human Resources Sunday Management and Industrial Relations Delhi.D. 22.06. No. COMPANY SECRETARIES EXAMINATIONS – JUNE.30 PM TO 4. H Licence No. No. Labour and Joint Ventures and Industrial Laws Foreign Collaborations GROUP-II 09.O. U (C) 130/2006-08 ‘ICSI House’.06.2007 Banking and Insurance— Company Secretarial Practice GROUP-II Thursday Law & Practice 08. 42947/84 Saturday Law and Practice Communication 03.06.2007 Secretarial Practice Basic Economics & Sunday relating to Economic Business Environment Company Accounts and Cost & Laws and Drafting Management Accounting & Conveyancing Posting Date : 20/21-03-2007 GROUP-I 04.06.2007 Direct and Indirect Securities Laws and Regulation Saturday Taxation–Law and of Financial Markets Practice GROUP-III 10.2007 Corporate Restructuring– Information Systems and Company Law Wednesday Law and Practice Quantitative Techniques 07. Treasury Elements of Business Laws Management Information Systems Tuesday and Forex Management and Management & Corporate Communication 06.06.2007 Secretarial.30 AM TO 12. SECRETARIES OF INDIA MODE OF PAYMENT FOR PROMPT REPLY Lodi Road.30 PM 1.S. Economic. New Delhi-110003.2007 World Trade Organisation— Friday International Trade. THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY Students are requested to quote their Registration Number in all .06. Management Financial Accounting Tax Laws GROUP-I Monday and Systems Audit 05.P. payable at New favour of “The Institute of Company crossed demand draft drawn in All fees and other dues payable to the Institute may be remitted only by Delhi Postal Regn. DL(S)—01/3167/2006-07-08 Licensed to post without prepayment at N. 2007 TIME TABLE & PROGRAMME MORNING SESSION AFTER-NOON SESSION 9. If undelivered. please return to: correspondence for prompt reply.06. Secretaries of India”.2007 Financial.