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    Can i apply for CS after completing MBA In finance and with 1 year of experience?

    hi, i have done mba( finance), have got 1 year experience, kindly suggest me if in case i can go for CS?



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    Re: Can i apply for CS after completing MBA In finance and with 1 year of experience?


    YES
    , you are very much eligible for the Company Secretaryship course.

    Details of CS course with eligibility
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    The Company Secretaryship course has 3 stages -

    Foundation Course

    Eligibility for admission is 10+2 or equivalent pass students are eligible for the foundation program.

    Executive Course/Intermediate Course

    Eligibility for admission is-
    • Graduation
    • Must have cleared the CS Foundation

    A pass in the Foundation Course Examination of the ICSI/Graduation degree or a Master's degree/Pass in ICWAI, ICAI can allow you entry in the intermediate course. The course is of 9 months.

    Read more at: http://www.caclubindia.com/forum/cs-...p#.UFBjWVHXDIU

    Professional Course or Final course.

    This is followed by Management Course and Articleship.


    My opinion on your question
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    So, since you hold a Masters degree i.e, MBA ( Finance ) you can directly take admission in Executive( i.e Second level ) of CS course as explained above.

    Process of admission-

    Cost of Prospectus for the Executive Programme : Rs. 300/- by cash payment while
    Rs.350/- by Post or courier



    For Executive Programme fee - Rs. 7000/- for Commerce Graduates while Rs. 7750/- for Non Commerce Students.



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    Re: Can i apply for CS after completing MBA In finance and with 1 year of experience?

    C.S stands for Company Secretaryship. Company Secretary is a professional course which is managed by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) which is constituted under the Company Secretaries Act, 1980 to grow and control the profession of Company Secretaries in India. Basic eligibility for CS: - For pursuing this program the minimum requirement is 10+2 or equivalent examination. Graduates and post graduates who have passed final exams of ICWAI or ICAI are also eligible for this program. so you can apply for it.. good luck..

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    Re: Can i apply for CS after completing MBA In finance and with 1 year of experience?

    Hi friend,

    Yes for sure you can go for CS i.e company secretary course.
    It is a self study course so you do not have to leave your job for doing this course. MBA along with CS will be a very good combination for future growth.
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    All the very best..

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    Re: Can i apply for CS after completing MBA In finance and with 1 year of experience?

    MBA finance itself is a good prospect.then why you want to leave that.

    i suggest you,if you wish to left job,to do a phd in financial management and after that you can get any faculty position in any management college.


    CS,CA,LLB,ICWA these are good but at your stage these are time killing things

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