Basics of Indian Companies Act 2013
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Welcome to this course on Basics of Indian Companies Act 2013.
The Company Law in India witnessed massive change with the enactment of new act called Companies Act 2013. Knowledge of Companies Act and its provisions are very important for every student taking up professional courses like CA / CMA / CS and also for Finance, Accounting and Secretarial Professionals within India.
This course will take you through the Introductory part of the Companies Act and it will cover concepts like
a) What is Company?
b) Classification of Companies
c) Registration of Companies
d) Memorandum of Association & Articles of Association
e) Alteration of Articles
j) Share and Share Capital
k) Meetings and Proceedings
This course is purely based on Company law prevailing in India. Hence, this is not the right course for students from other countries.
This course is structured in self paced learning style. Screen cast model lectures with writings and explanations are used for teaching the provisions and concepts of the act.
The course is in its beginning stages only (as on 21st April 2017). It will take months together to upload all the contents in this course as Companies Act is a detailed and comprehensive act.
This course will throw lots of practical examples to understand the various provisions of the act and it will help you to prepare for India based Professional Exams like CA / CMA / CS / B.Com / B.L., etc.
Listen to this course with your headset connected to your device, alongside with note pad / word application to note down the important case laws and relevant sections.
Wish you a happy learning.
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