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ICSI offers Integrated Company Secretaryship Programme admission 2014

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ICSI offers ICS Programme admission 2014

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), New Delhi offers admission to Integrated Company Secretaryship Programme, commencing in June 2014.

Objective of the programme:
To develop well rounded niche governance professionals under one roof.

Nature of the programme: Full time, Non residential.

Duration: Three years (including one year of training).

Venure and classroom lectures:
ICSI-Centre for Corporate Governance, Research and Training (CCGRT), Plot No. 101, Sector 15, Institutional Area, CBD-Belapur, Navi Mumbai - 400 614 (MH).

Eligibility:

  • Candidate must be 26 years of age as on 01st July 2014.
  • Candidate must have passed Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline with 50% of marks from any of the recognised universities.

Selection procedure:

  • Candidates will be selected based on CAT, XAT, NAMT, GMAT, SNAP, MH-CET scores, group discussion and personal interview.
  • Institute also conducts two hours online entrance examination comprising of Reasoning, English and Numerical Aptitude.

Internship:
CCGRT would facilitate internship required for Company Secretaryship course. Leading Company Secretaries Firms, Law Firms, Merchant Bankers, Registrars, Underwriters, Corporates would be invited to provide training to the students of this programme.

Placement:
CCGRT would facilitate exclusive placement programmes for the students of this programme.

How to apply:
Apply online.

Important date:
Entrance test will be held on 25th May 2014.

Contact details:
Centre for Corporate Governance, Research and Training,
Plot No 101, Sector 15, Institutional Area, CBD Belapur,
Navi Mumbai - 400614.
Tel: 022 - 27577814.

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