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The company Secretary (CS) program is a professional course in which students learn how to deal with companies' regulatory and legal norms, be they companies or public bodies. The company secretary acts as a liaison or means of contact between business and government agencies.

In connection with the implementation of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) that companies must follow, the demand for CS in the corporate world is growing rapidly. Increasingly stringent corporate laws have allowed companies to respond to both enforcement of corporate policies and much-needed business disclosures.

CS, which acts as a liaison between companies and government regulators, maintains and controls these lines of communication.

What determines the earning capacity of a new Company Secretary or new Company Secretary Candidate in India?

The number of attempts a Company Secretary makes to take the exam determines the average annual salary. It is estimated that candidates who pass on the first try will charge more than those who pass on the second or third try. Candidates are only eligible to take the last CS exam three times in their life.

Private companies pay new Company Secretaries that pass the exam on their first try an average salary of up to 4.1 lakhs per year. The fresher ones, who passed the second attempt, earn an average salary of 3 to 3.5 lacs per year. While the average salary for freshmen starts from around 4 rupees per year, it can go up to 9 rupees with five to nine years of experience and as high as 20 rupees per year for those with 20 years of experience.

Company Secretary Candidates can also find opportunities in the US (US), Canada, Great Britain (Great Britain), Singapore, and Dubai. There are options in many places once the candidate has completed the program in the right place.

Company Secretary: Expected Salary As Fresher In India

What role does CS play?

The company secretary's (CS) job is to advise company executives on running, managing, and organizing their business. Often referred to as corporate governance, this requires companies to comply with all legal and regulatory standards.

General Meetings / Meetings are held and supervised (prepare agendas, take minutes, transfer decisions, process correspondence from meetings, etc.), during and outside of meetings, provide legal, financial, and strategic advice. Directors and members of the senior management team receive training on corporate governance issues.

After Year 12, students who wish to become company secretaries must pass three Foundation, Executive, and Professional levels. There are three stages to becoming a company secretary. The ICSI Foundation, Executive and Professional Services are provided by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). Applicants who wish to succeed in this field and any stream in grade 12 are eligible to pursue a career as a company secretary.

 

Who Conducts The Company Secretary Course?

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) is a government-run body that administers and administers the Company Secretary Course regulated by the Companies Secretaries Act of 1980. The ICSI government agency is responsible for shaping and formulating professional CS policy and administrative rules.

 

A law degree (LLB) as a degree and a qualification as a company secretary should help someone with a CS degree land their dream job in the long term. According to job descriptions, most of the roles of company secretaries are to align company regulatory obligations.


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Category Career, Other Articles by - Tushar Pahade 



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