How to Prepare for CS Executive June 2019 Exams
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- By Taxmann
- Last Updated on 8 April, 2021
List of subjects for the CS Executive Examinations – June 2019. Here’s the detail:
Executive Programme [8papers] ( New Syllabus – w.e.f. 1st Mar 2018 )
2. COMPANY LAW
3. SETTING UP OF BUSINESS ENTITIES AND CLOSURE
4. TAX LAWS
Choice of Modules for CS Executive June 2019 Exams:
As you can see, every student enrolled for CS – Executive Course has to appear for 8 subjects. So, it is very important to choose if one would appear for both the modules at one-go. Or, attempt one module at a time. Accordingly, you can go ahead and make your study routine. Discipline is of utmost importance here. Plan your study well ahead and stick to your schedule. Since, Company Secretary Course includes theoretical subjects, focus on understanding the concepts.
ICSI CS Executive Examination Books & Study Material:
One of the biggest concerns for CS students is how to study for CS Executive Examinations. In this regard, the best way to study is to go for proper course material including academic books published by industry veterans and renowned authors. Get the Bare Acts as well for greater understanding of the Sections and Clauses. It would help you in the longer run when you would have to refer to the Bare Acts for professional research.
Here’s a list of popular CS Executive Study books from Taxmann:
Practice past papers and mock tests for CS Executive Course:
One of the best ways to evaluate your CS Examination preparation is to appear for mock tests. With this you can assess yourself and see if you are able to attempt the entire paper in the stipulated time. Get subject wise scanners to check out the past papers. In this way you can get an idea of the kind of questions asked in the examination and the expected answers in desired format. The key is to know how much of the information to cover while answering a question. There is always a risk of losing out marks if written short answers or missing out on time by elaborating unnecessarily. The idea is to do an in-depth study throughout the year. However, as you draw near to the CS Executive Examination dates, shift your focus to revision. Pay extra amount of time and efforts to the subjects that you find tricky or confusing. Practice in writing. In this way you would have a habit of writing your answers along with better retention of concepts.
Familiarize with latest Amendments & Statutory Updates
It is very important to stay on the top of your game. Get yourself familiarized with the statutory updates and landmark judgments for the past six months. For this, either you have to check the Department websites regularly or subscribe to the Daily Update Subscriptions and get the updates direct to your mailbox. In case related questions are asked in the examinations, make a point to mention the updates and earn brownie points for the same.
CS Executive June 2019 Exam Date:
CS Executive Registration for June 2019 Examinations:
ICSI conducts CS Executive exams twice in a year, in June and December. In order to appear in the examination, the last dates for registration are: 1. 25th March (with late fee of ₹ 250/- till 9th April) for June Examination 2. 25th September (with late fee of ₹ 250/- till 10th October) for December Examination The Examination Fee is as following: 1. Foundation Programme – ₹ 1,200/- 2. Executive Programme – ₹ 1,200/- per module 3. Professional Programme -₹ 1,200/- per module
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