Tuesday, 27 May 2014

CS Executive Important Questions

Suggestions for General and Commercial Laws:-

Chapter 1 – Constitution of India
-Concept of State
-Federal nature of the Constitution
-Fundamental duties
-Difference between directive principles and
fundamental rights
-Doctrine of eclipse and doctrine of pith and substance
-Ordinance making powers of the President
-Article 21 of the Indian Constitution
-Can Parliament enact laws on items in the State List?
-Writ jurisdiction of Courts and different types of
Chapter 2 – Interpretation of Statutes
-Short Note on Rule of ejusdem generis and the rule of
literal construction
-Internal Aids for interpretation
-Short note on Noscitur a sociis Pari Materia
-Discuss the rule of reasonable construction
-Short notes on Heading, Title and Preamble
Chapter 3 -Law relating to Specific Relief, Arbitration
and Conciliation, Torts and Limitation & Evidence
-Persons against whom specific performance
enforceable and not enforceable
-Short note on declaratory decrees
-Contracts which cannot be specifically enforceable
-Short note on International Commercial Arbitration
-Appointment of Arbitrators
-Provisions for setting aside the arbitral award
-Kinds of Tortious liability
-Law of Limitation bars the remedy but does not
extinguish the right – Comment
-Facts of which evidence need not be given
-Short note on Dying Declarations
-When do the statements under special circumstances
become relevant ?
Chapter 4 – Law relating to transfer of property
-Transfer for the benefit of unborn person
-Doctrine of fraudulent transfer
-Types of mortgage
-Short note on Doctrine of Election
-Distinguish between mortgage and charge
-Doctrine of Lis Pendens
-Doctrine of part performance of contracts
Chapter 5 – Law relating to stamps
-Different methods of stamping
-Time of stamping documents
-Consequences of unstamping of documents
-Short note on Denoting Duty
Chapter 6 – Law relating to registration of documents
-Registration of wills
-Time for registration of documents
-Effects of non-registration
-Documents whose registration is compulsory and
registration is optional
Chapter 7 – Information Technology – an overview
-Concept of Digital Signature
-Legal recognition of electronic records
-Certifying Authorities
-Domain names & hacking
-Difference between computer and computer network
Chapters 8 & 9 – Code of Civil and Criminal Procedure
-Re judicata and Res subjudice
-Place of suing
-Distinguish between judgment, decree and order
-Distinguish between reference, review and revision
-Distinguish between investigation, inquiry and trial
-Powers of the police officer to arrest without warrant
-Short note on power of Magistrate in case of
apprehended danger
Chapter 10 – Law relating to RTI
-Duties of a PIO
-The categories of information exempted from the
requirement of the RTI Act
-Manner in which request can be made by a citizen for
information under the RTI Act
CS Executive Important Questions
Suggestions for Company Law
Chapters 1 – 5 – Company Incorporation etc.
-Distinguish between company and partnership
-Lifting of Corporate Veil
-Concept of company as a citizen
-Short note on illegal association
-Legal position of promoters
-Various clauses of MOA and AOA and their alteration
-Doctrine of Ultra Vires
-Statutory Corporations as State within the meaning of
Article 12 of the Indian Constitution
-Pre-incorporation contracts vs. Provisional Contracts
Chapters 6 – 11 – Financial Structure
-Conclusiveness of Certificate of Incorporation
-Issue of shares at premium
-Liability for misstatement in a prospectus
-Issue of shares on rights basis and bonus shares
-Does forfeiture amounts to reduction of capital
-Buy back of shares
-Registration of charges
-Short note on debentures and sweat equity shares
-Forfeiture of shares and surrender of shares
-Voting rights on preference shares
Chapters 12 – 13 Membership, depositories and
transfer / transmission
-Modes of acquiring membership
-Expulsion of a member
-Rights of joint members
-Transmission of shares and Nomination of shares
Chapter 14 – 18 – Management and Control of
-Resignation of directors
-Appointment of additional directors and directors
appointed to fill casual vacancy
-Office or place of profit
-Liability of Non-Executive Directors
-Appointment of director by small shareholders
-Disqualifications of directors
-Powers which the BOD may exercise only with the
approval of shareholders
-Disclosure of interest by directors
-Officer in default
-Appointment of Managing Director
-Role of a company secretary
-Short note on AGM
-Duties and role of Chairman
-Methods of ascertaining sense of the meeting
-Proxy in general meetings
-Passing of resolutions by way of postal ballot
-Conduct of Board and General Meetings through
Chapter 19 – Investments and Loans
-Investments to be held in company’s name
-Inter-corporate loans and investments
Chapter 20 – Deposits
-Small depositors
-Advertisement for raising deposits
Chapter 21 – Accounts and Audit
-Director’s responsibility statement
-What are the various methods of appointing auditor in
a company ?
-Attachment of subsidiary accounts to the holding
-Liabilities of an auditor
-Short note on Director’s Report and Audit Committee
Chapter 22 -Dividend
-Transfers of profits to reserves before declaration of
-Short note on interim dividend
-Investor Education and Protection Fund
Chapters 23 – 24 – Sole selling agent, accounts etc.
-Attachment of accounts of subsidiary companies with
the accounts of the holding company
-Disclosures in the Director’s report pursuant to the
listing agreement
Chapter 25 – 28 – Oppression and Mismanagement
-Statutory registers of a company
-Investigation into the affairs of a company
-Rule of Foss vs. Harbottle and its exceptions
-Compromise and Arrangements
Other Chapters –
-Law relating to trusts and societies
-Concept of producer company
-Short note on LLP
-Short note on winding up of a company
-Powers of a court to wind up a company
-Short Note on DIN
-Short notes on Back offices, front offices etc.
CS Executive Important Questions
Suggestions for Economic and Labour Laws
Chapter 1 – IDRA
-Industrial Licence
-Industrial Entrepreneur’s Memorandum
-COB Licence
-Calculation of value of plant and machinery
-MSMED Act, 2006
Chapter 2 – Foreign Trade Policy and Procedures
-Special Economic Zones
-IEC Code
-Vishesh Krishi and Gram Udyog Yojana
-Focus Product and Focus Market Scheme
Chapters 3 – 6 – Trade, Competition and Consumer
-Regulation of Combinations in detail
-Predatory Pricing and Bid Rigging
-Abuse of Dominant position
-Short note on Competition Commission of India
-Redressal Machinery under the Act
-Definition of Consumer
-Case laws on deficiency of service
-Other case laws given in the class
Chapters 7 & 8 – Essential Commodities and Standard
Weights and Measures
-Powers of the CG under the Essential Commodities Act
-Definition of Essential Commodities
-Concept of seizure and confiscation of essential
-Declaration to be made on standard packages
-Maximum permissible error
-Short note on Principal Display Panel
Chapter 9 and 10 – FEMA & FCRA
-Short note on permissible capital and current account
-Raising of funds through ADRs and GDRs
-Direct Investment in a JV / Wholly owned subsidiary
outside India
-Establishment of branch, project and liaison offices
-Concept of Authorised person
-Restrictions on acceptance of foreign contributions by
certain associations
-Restrictions on acceptance of foreign hospitality
Chapters 11 & 12 – Pollution Laws
-Concept of Sustainable development
-Short note on Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991
-Short note on Pollution Control Boards
-Power of Central Government relating to entry,
inspection and take samples etc.
-Short note on environmental clearances
-Short note on the case MC Mehta vs. Union of India
-Short note on Noise pollution
-National Green Tribunal Act
Chapter 13 – Intellectual property rights
-Contents of complete specification
-Restoration of lapsed patents
-Grant of Compulsory licences in connection with IPRs
-Concept of new inventions and patentable inventions
-Removal of trademark for non-use
-Short note on Collective Marks
-Short note on assignment of copyrights
Chapter 14 – Prevention of Money Laundering
-What is money laundering ?
-Short note on Financial Action Task Force
Chapter 15 – Minimum Wages Act, 1948
-Mandatory payment of minimum wages to the
Chapters 16 – 17 – Payment of Bonus and Gratuity
-Short notes on amount of gratuity payable to a
-Rights and obligations of employers w.r.t to payment
of gratuity
-Computation of bonus payable to the workers
-Payment of Customary or interim bonus to the
-Can gratuity payable to workers be attached by a
decree of Court ?
Chapters 18 – 19 – Provident Fund and ESI Act
-Short note on Employees’ Provident Fund Scheme
-What do you mean by Employees Deposit Linked
Insurance Scheme
-Short note on Employees’ State Insurance
-What do you mean by employment injury under the
Chapters – 20 – 21 – Employees’ Compensation and
Contract Labour
-Employer’s liability for payment of compensation to
workers when contractor is engaged
-Distinguish between partial disablement and total
-Prohibition of employment of contract labour
-Welfare and health of contract labour
Chapter 22 – Industrial Disputes Act
-Unfair Labour Practices
-Reference of industrial disputes through arbitration
-Distinguish between lay off and lock out
-Whether individual dispute can be said to be industrial
dispute ?
-Discuss the various types of strikes
-Wages for the strike period
Chapter 23 – 24 –Standing Orders and Factories Act
-Payment of subsistence allowance
-Matters to be provided in the standing orders
-Annual leave with wages
-Definition of factory
-What do you mean by manufacturing process ?
-Who can be appointed as Occupier of factories ?
CS Executive Important Questions
Suggestions for Securities Laws and Compliances
Chapter 1 & 2 – Securities Market
-Powers and Role of SEBI
-Relation between securities market and economic
-Composition of SEBI and SAT
Chapters 3 & 4 – Money Market & Capital Market
-Distinguish between Commercial Paper and Certificate
of Deposit
-Money market mutual funds
-Short notes on tracking stocks and disaster bonds
-What do mean by participatory notes ?
-Short notes on ETFs, Hedge Funds & Fund of Funds
-Short note on Secured premium notes and derivatives
-Different kinds of bonds
Chapter 5 – Credit Rating
-Standard rating symbols
-Short note on rating process
-Factors considered by rating agencies for rating
Chapter 6 – Capital Market Intermediaries
-Short note on Merchant Bankers, RTAs and SROs
-Obligations of Stock brokers and sub brokers
-Obligations of the intermediaries under the
of M L d i A Money Laundering Act
-Obligations of underwriters and portfolio managers
Chapters 7 & 8 – Stock Exchanges
-Recognition of Stock Exchanges
-Application for listing of securities to SEs
-Demutualisation of Stock Exchanges
-Trading & Settlement Mechanism and STP
-Market abuse mechanisms
-Obligations under Cl. 49 of Listing Agreement
Chapter 9 – Mutual Funds
-Different types of Mutual funds
-Short note on Asset Management Company
-Advertisement Code of Mutual Funds
Chapters 10 & 11 – Venture Capital and Collective
Investment Scheme
-Short notes on Foreign Venture capital investors
-Short note on Collective Investment Scheme
Chapter 12 – Buy Back of Securities
-Securities not available for buy back
-Buy back of shares from non-resident shareholders
-Buy back through book building process
Chapter 13 – Depositories
-Benefits of the depository system
-Internal audit of operations of depository participants
-Rights and obligations of the depository participants
Chapter 14 – Public Issue of Securities
-Green Shoe Option
-Different types of book building processes
-Short note on Employee Stock Option Scheme
-Short note on reservation on competitive basis
-Short note on Fast Track Issues
-Requirements of preferential allotment
Chapter 15 – Debt Market
-Various types of debt market instruments
-Debt market intermediaries
-Short note on listing of debt securities
Chapters 16 – 18 – International Capital Market and
Investor Protection
-Short note on FCCBs and ECBs
-Short notes on Road shows
-Procedure for making issue of IDRs
-Legal framework for investor protection in India
-Who is an Ombudsman?
Tip :  Practicing at-least one problem per one new
question is definitely useful for you .
That’s it.
All the Best friends..!

Himanshu purohit