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    Details about CS course after MBA from Mangalore University?

    I have completed my MBA from mangalore university with 69%,like to know is there any exemption in CS executive course



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    Re: Details about CS course after MBA from Mangalore University?

    • CS i.e company secretary course is regarded as professional course which is considered by ICSI.
    • Below is the Course structure of CS
    • For directly entering into the Executive programme of CS course, you must have completed the graduation in any stream except fine arts from an recognised university.
    • You must have attained the age of 17 years for this.
    • But you will not be exempted from the executive course, you will get exemption for foundation course only.

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    Re: Details about CS course after MBA from Mangalore University?

    Dear friend ,

    cs.jpg

    CS is an abbreviation of Company secretary.
    CS is the professional course which can also give guaranteed placement assistance .
    It purely related to Business field.

    As per the latest norms by the Act , every company should have Company Secretary who has completed CS course.
    That much importance CS has.

    There are 3 main stages:
    1.Foundation Program
    2.Execution Program (Intermediate)
    3.Final Program.


    The structure as follows :

    cs-structure.jpg

    A graduate can skip foundation and enter execution program directly.
    Since you are a graduate , you have an exemption of Foundation and can directly enter into Execution Program.
    but you cannot skip execution Program.
    Execution program will be of two modules with 4 subjects each.


    All The Best..

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