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ICSI launches new syllabus for 2023 academic year



The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) on Thursday launched its new syllabus for the academic years starting from 2023 under the New Education Policy, ICSI President Devendra V Deshpande announced.

The new syllabus would be effective from 2023 onwards. ICSI has factored in over 5000 feedbacks and suggestions from the general public while drafting the new syllabus, he said.

Addressing a media conference on the occasion of ICSI’s 50th National Convention held in Kolkata, Deshpande told reporters that the 3-day convention would explore the exemplified role of the Company Secretaries in promoting and strengthening the governance structure of the country in years to come.

It will be a platform for dialogues between Regulators, Academicians, Industry leaders, professionals and other stakeholders to discuss the increasing impact of emerging governance technologies,” said the ICSI chief.

The theme of the convention is “CS: A Vishwaguru in Governance and Sustainability” in which some 1100 delegates from several parts of the country, are participating.

“The convention, aimed at exploring the renewed role and responsibility of Company Secretaries in the wake of changing dynamics of the regulatory environment, will provide a platform for enhancing capacities and exchanging views/ideas on important matters related to the profession,” Deshpande said.

He said they would explore the understanding of the post-pandemic Corporate Governance environment where integrity, transparency, and accountabilities are the drivers and Company Secretaries are the catalysts facilitating sustainable and inclusive growth.

Appreciating the ICSI for its immense contribution towards making India a 5-trillion economy, Special Guest of the occasion, Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Bandhan Bank said, “Without governance, no organisation can work or grow and Company Secretaries are playing a key role in ensuring transparency, accountability and integrity, the key fundamentals of good governance and sustainability in India Inc.”

The conference would also discuss “Redefining Good Governance: Innovation, Compliance, Sustainability, and Inclusion” which set forth a channel of discussions from across economies and helped in understanding the intricacies of statutes of both jurisdictions.

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