CS - Executive Programme :Students already Registered for Intermediate Course
Switch over to Executive Programme Immediately
Students registered for Intermediate Course prior to 1st February 2008 may opt for Executive
Students can apply for switchover to the new syllabus after declaration of results of June, 2008
Intermediate Examinations i.e. after 25
th August, 2008 while seeking enrollment to the subsequent
Examination during December, 2008 or June, 2008 or December, 2009 sessions.
All students of Intermediate Course would automatically be transferred to the Executive
Programme (new syllabus) on 26
th February, 2010 and examined under the new syllabus from
June, 2010 session.
The student changing over from the old syllabus to the new one shall not have an option to revert
back to the old syllabus.
Last Intermediate Course Examination
The last Intermediate Examination under the existing syllabus shall be held in December 2009 and
the old syllabus shall cease to operate after the December 2009
First Executive Programme Examination
The first Executive Programme Examination will be held from December 2008
Individual Subject Exemption under Executive Programme
Passed Group I/Group II (old syllabus)
Students who have passed the GroupI under old syllabus will be exempted from all papers under
ModuleI of the new syllabus.
Similarly, the students who have passed GroupII under the old syllabus will be exempted from all
the papers under ModuleII of the new syllabus.
Exempted from individual papers of Group I/Group II (old syllabus)
A candidate shall be exempted from appearing in the individual papers on the basis of exemption
from individual papers previously secured by him under Intermediate Course (Old Syllaus) on
his/her switch over to the Executive Programme (New Syllabus)
|Paper(s) Exempted under
|General and Commercial Laws
||General and Commercial Laws
|Company Accounts and Cost & Management Accounting
||Company Accounts, Cost & Management Accounting
|Management information Systems & Corporate Communication
|Company Secretarial Practice
|Economic, Labour and Industrial Laws
||Economic and Labour Laws
|Securities Laws and Regulation of Financial Markets
||Securities Laws and Compliances BACK