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"Cracking the CS Executive New Syllabus: Last Minute Revision Tips for SBILL/SBEC"


Selection of business organisation

1. Distinguish between Partnership and LLP

2. Section 8 company

3. OPC

4. factors governing the decisions for suitable form of business organisation’

5. company form as choice of business organisation for start ups.

Lesson 2

Corporate entities - companies

1. Nidhi company

2. Producer company - all aspects

3. Points to be kept in mind while drafting of MOA

4. Process of incorporation of public Limited company

5. Process of incorporation of Nidhi – focus on minimum number of persons and net owned


6. Precautions to be taken by professionals

Lesson three

Limited liability partnership

1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of LLP?

2. Procedure for change of name, LLP

3. Procedure for shifting of registered office

4. Essential clauses of LLP agreement and process of alteration

5. Arnold return, financial statements, IT returns, and even base compliance – main points

Lesson 4

start-ups and its registration

1. Issue of sweat equity shares by start-up companies

2. Eligibility criteria for applying to income tax exemption – section 80 IAC

3. Benefits or exemptions to start-ups under companies act

4. Unicon start-ups, special focus on case studies

5. Financing options available for start-up companies – brief understanding

Lesson five


1. Classification of enterprises

2. Udyam registration

3. Preference and composition of MSE Facilitation Council

4. Measures for promotion and development

Lesson six

Conversion of business entities

Note – This is one of the important chapters in this textbook, A brief understanding about the

common process of conversion and also resolutions needed.

1. Process and benefits of conversion of private company into public company

2. Conversion of section 8 company into other kind of company

3. Procedure for conversion of one person company into a public company

4. Procedure for conversion of LLP into company

5. Conversion of company into one person company

6. Part XXI

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Lesson seven

Non-corporate entities

1. Features and types of partnership

2. Types of partners

3. Admission of a minor into partnership

4. Consequences of non-registration of partnership

5. Formation of HUF

6. Procedure for formation of sole proprietorship

7. Registration procedure of M CS

8. Difference between public trust and private trust and exemptions

9. Advantages and disadvantages of society

10. Consequences of non-registration of society

11. Benefits and risk of mega firm

Lesson eight

Financial services organisation

1. Scale based regulatory framework of NBFC

2. Registration process of NBFC with Reserve Bank of India

3. Registration process and benefits of housing finance company

4. Benefits and registration process of asset reconstruction companies

5. Characteristics and incorporation of MFI

6. Types of funding support from Mudra

Lesson 9 business collaborations

1. Different types of business collaborations

2. Objectives and types of foreign collaboration

3. Essential features of shareholders agreement

4. Essential components of joint venture agreement

5. Difference between special purpose, vehicle and a company

Lesson 10

Setting up of branch office, Laison office And wholly subsidiary by foreign company

1. Eligibility and permit activities for branch office

2. Eligibility permit activities and extension of the validity for liIaison office

3. Project office, basic activities

4. Cases in which RBI approval is required for setting up of branch office, project office,

Liaison office in India

5. Annual activity certificate

6. Remittance of profits or surplus

Lesson 11

Setting up of business outside India and issues relating there to

1. Law and authority regarding setting up of this outside India

2. Overseas investment rules and overseas investment regulations – understand the


3. Method of funding

4. Issues in choosing location outside India

5. Setting up of business in Hong Kong

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6. Setting up a business in Australia

Lesson 12

Identifying laws applicable to various industries and their initial compliances

1. Parameters for deciding business structure

2. Documents required for company registration

3. Insurance industry

4. Estate companies

5. Complying with environmental laws

Lesson 13

Various initial registration and licenses

1. TAN

2. GST registration and persons who are not eligible to register

3. Person is not eligible for composition scheme under GST

4. Employee provide fund meaning and registration process


6. Financial companies exempt from NBFC license

7. Mandatory documents required for OSP license

Lesson 14 constitution and labour laws

1. Fundamental Rights and industrial relations

2. Equal pay for equal Work

3. Concept of living wage

Lesson 15

Evaluation of labour legislation and need for labour code

1. What are the objectives of new labour laws?

2. What are the features of new labour code?

3. What are the refunds proposed by new labour codes?

Lesson 16

Unit one factories act

1. Objective and applicability

2. Provisions related to hazardous process

3. Welfare facilities under factories act

Unit two contract labour

1. Advisory boards

2. Provisions related to welfare and health of contract, labour

3. Register registration to be maintained under the act

Unit three – child and adolescent ( prohibition and regulation bracket ) act 1986

1. Occupation of employment of adolescent in Haada occupations and process

2. Hours, period of work, weekly holidays

Lesson 17

Unit one – Industrial disputes act

1. What is industrial dispute?

2. Strike types and legality

3. Difference between lockout and layoff

4. References of disputes

5. Provisions on strikes and lockout

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Unit two – industrial employment standing orders act

1. Object and scope of the ac

2. Process of certification of standing orders

3. Duration and modification of standing orders

4. Matter to be provided in standing orders

Lesson 18

Unit one – payment of wages act

1. Responsibility For payment of wages

2. Claims arising out of deductions from wages or delay in wages and penalty for malicious

or vexatious claims

Unit two – minimum wages act

1. Scheduled employment

2. fixation and revision of minimum wages

3. Maintenance of registers and records

Unit three

Payment of bonus

1. Employees to whom the act does not apply

2. Calculation of amount payable as bonus

3. For bonus and its payment

4. Power of exemption

Unit four

Equal remuneration act

1. Discrimination not to be made while recruiting men and women

2. Authorities for hearing and deciding claims and complaints under the act

Lesson 19

Unit one


1. Powers and duties of ESI Corporation

2. ESI fund and the purposes for which the fund may be expended

3. Application, employee contribution, and employer contribution

4. ESI Court

Unit two


1. Establishment to which the act will not apply

2. Determination of money due from employees

3. Protection against attachment

Unit three – maternity benefit act

1. Employment of Or work by women prohibited during certain periods

2. Right to payment of maternity benefits

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Unit four – gratuity

1. Employee under gratuity act

2. When and whom, gratuity payable?

3. Rights and obligations of employee And employer

Unit five - apprentices act

1. Qualifications for being engaged as Apprentice

2. Number of apprentice for a designated trade and optional trade

3. Hours of work, overtime, leave and holidays

Unit six

Labour laws (Simplification of procedure for furnishing returns and maintaining

registers by certain establishments) Act

1. Small and very small establishment

2. Exemption from furnishing or maintaining of returns and registers required under certain

labour laws

Lesson 20

Sexual harassment of women at workplace

1. Forms of workplace sexual harassment

2. Difference between internal complaints committee and local complaints committee

3. Punishment for false and malicious complaints and false evidence

Prohibition of publication or making known contents of complaints and enquiry Proceedings.

4. Duties of employer and district officer

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