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What Will You Get:

  • Certification from BSE Institute
  • Online exam via Webcam
  • 15 modules covering important aspects of Company Law
  • Power Packed Video Lectures
  • Access to Important Case Studies
  • Explanation in a simplified and Summarised manner
  • Assessments
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BSE Institute Certified

Certificate Course on Company Law and Practice

A BSE Institute certified course on Corporate Law that covers the nuances of Companies Act 2013.

 18 Modules  Certificate  Assessment
₹ 9999.00 ₹ 8999.00 Enroll Now

What Will You Get:

  • Certification from BSE Institute
  • Online exam via Webcam
  • 15 modules covering important aspects of Company Law
  • Power Packed Video Lectures
  • Access to Important Case Studies
  • Explanation in a simplified and Summarised manner
  • Assessments

In-depth Course

Covers important judgments

Covers all relevant provisions of the Companies Ac, 2013

Course Outline

Proper understanding of Company Law as a subject could be fruitful for both - practicing professionals as well as law students.The course structure and syllabus of this company law certification has been meticulously designed to benefit you as it:

1.  Is aimed at providing comprehensive understanding of the concepts of company law.
2.  This company law online course covers the entire lifecycle of a company, from incorporation to dissolution.
3.  All the new aspects of Companies Act 2013 are dealt with in detail.
4.  Recent amendments and case laws are also discussed in the modules.

Why this Course?

You should certainly opt for this Company Law certification course from BSE Institute if you wish to raise your personal as well as professional level by learning about Companies Act 2013 in a robust way and thereby attaining a certificate from BSE Institute that would surely enhance your CV.

This company law certification course will help you grasp each and every concept of corporate law in a simplified and detailed manner. Provisions in this law have been illustrated with the help of relevant and recent case laws in this company law online course. At the end of each module, we would also provide you with an assessment that would be helpful in understanding the concepts.

Course Syllabus

  1. Welcome to Our Course on Company Law
  2. Historical Development of Corporate Law in India
  3. Company – Definition, Meaning, Nature and its Characteristics
  4. Comparison: 1956 & 2013 Act
  5. Nature and Forms of Business
  6. Company vis-à-vis other Forms of Business
  7. Concept of Corporate Personality, Corporate Veil, Limited Liability and Citizenship
  8. Case Study of Salomon vs. Salomon Co. Ltd. (1896) and Lee vs. Lee’s Farming Co. Ltd (1960)
  1. Types of Companies
  2. Promoters – Meaning, Position, Duties, Rights, Responsibilities and Liabilities
  3. Formation of Companies – Procedural Aspects
  4. MOA & AOA Related Principles
  5. Alteration of clauses of MoA and AoA
  6. Conversion of Company
  7. Section 8 of the Companies Act
  1. Doctrine of ultra vires & Case study of the landmark judgment Ashbury railways carriage & Iron Co. Ltd vs Riche
  2. Doctrine of Indoor Management/ Turquand Rule
  3. Doctrine of Constructive Notice
  1. Introduction
  2. Director’s Identification Number (DIN)
  3. Roles and Types of Directors
  4. Powers, Duties & Liabilities of Directors
  5. Appointment & Retirement
  6. Resignation & Vacation of Office
  7. Independent Director
  8. Meeting of Board of Directors
  1. Shareholder's Meetings
  2. Shareholder's Agreement and Related Party Transactions
  3. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Including Class Action Suits & Rule under Foss v Harbottle
  4. Auditors: Appointment, Removal, Powers and Duties
  5. Corporate Governance
  6. Books of Account
  1. Introduction to CSR & CSR under Companies Act, 2013 and CSR Rules
  2. E-governance initiatives in corporate law (MCA 21)
  1. Introduction to Corporate Finance
  2. Share Capital
  3. Debt Capital
  4. Capital Market
  5. Shares Certificate, Dividends and Buyback of Securities
  6. Raising of Capital & Prospectus
  1. Regulation of Stock Exchanges and Trading of Securities: Securities Contract (Regulations) Act, 1956 (SCRA)
  2. Introduction to SEBI and Securities Appellant Tribunal (SAT)
  3. Securities in Electronic Form/DEMAT/Depositories Concept
  4. Intermediaries and their regulation for investor protection
  1. Listing/De-Listing and Listing Regulations
  2. IPO: Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements Regulations, 2009
  3. Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999
  4. Complaints Mechanism and Insider Trading
  1. General Principles of Corporate Liability
  2. Liability of Directors and Key Managerial Persons (KMP) under Companies Act, 2013
  3. Concept of Officer in Default
  4. Corporate Frauds
  5. Inspection & Inquiry
  1. Inspection of documents
  2. Powers of the Inspector
  3. Seizure of books and documents
  4. Inspector's Report
  5. Power of the Registrar of Companies
  6. Investigation into Affairs of the Company
  1. Restructuring & Re-Organization
  2. Mergers & Amalgamation
  3. Acquisition & Take-Over
  1. The Last Step
  1. Winding Up of Companies
  2. Liquidator
  3. Authorities
  4. Striking off name
  5. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
  1. Assessment Answers
  1. Producer Company
  2. Producer Company
  1. Appendix
  1. Recent Cases

Who should take this course?

If you wish to get certified by BSE Institute for learning Company Law, this company law online course would be a perfect fit for you.This Company Law certification course will help you understand the fine intricacies of Companies Act 2013 in the simplest way possible.
If you’re any of the following, this course shall be quite relevant for you:

1. Law Students

2. CS Aspirants

3. Legal Professionals

4. CA Students