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CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION NEP Syllabus – B-COM 2nd Semester – Bangalore City University

Module 1: Introduction to Company

Introduction – Meaning and Definition – Features – Highlights of Companies Act

2013 – -Kinds of Companies – One Person Company-Private Company-Public

Company-Company limited by Guarantee-Company limited by Shares- Holding

Company-Subsidiary Company-Government Company-Associate Company-

Small Company-Foreign Company-Global Company-Body Corporate-Listed


Module 2: Formation of Companies

Introduction – Promotion Stage: Meaning of Promoter, Position of Promoter &

Functions of Promoter, Incorporation Stage: Meaning & contents of Memorandum

of Association & Articles of Association, Distinction between Memorandum of

Association and Articles of Association, Certificate of Incorporation, Subscription

Stage – Meaning & contents of Prospectus, Statement in lieu of Prospects and Book

Building, Commencement Stage – Document to be filed, e-filing, Register of

Companies, Certificate of Commencement of Business; Formation of Global

Companies: Meaning – Types –Features – Legal Formalities– Administration.

Module 3: Company Administration

Introduction – Key Managerial Personnel – Managing Director, Whole time

Directors, the Companies Secretary, Chief Financial Officer, Resident Director,

Independent Director, Auditors – Appointment – Powers – Duties &

Responsibilities. Managing Director – Appointment – Powers – Duties &

Responsibilities. Audit Committee, CSR Committee. Company Secretary –

Meaning, Types, Qualification, Appointment, Position, Rights, Duties, Liabilities

& Removal or dismissal.

Module 4: Corporate Meetings

Introduction – Corporate meetings: types – Importance – Distinction; Resolutions:

Types – Distinction; Requisites of a valid meeting – Notice – Quorum –Proxies –

Voting – Registration of resolutions; Role of a company secretary in convening the


Module 5: Winding Up

Introduction – Meaning- Modes of Winding up –Consequence of Winding up –

Official Liquidator – Role & Responsibilities of Liquidator – Defunct Company –

Insolvency Code.

Skill Development Activities:

1. Collect the Companies Act 2013 from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs

website and Prepare the highlights of the same.

2. Visit any Registrar of the Companies, find out the procedure involved in the

formation of the companies.

3. Visit any Company and discuss with Directors of the same on role and

responsibilities and prepare report on the same.

4. Collect the copy of notice of the Meeting and Resolutions, Prepare the dummy

copy of Notice and resolutions.

5. Contact any official liquidator of an organisation and discuss the procedure