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Sunday, June 28, 2009

CLB till Tribunal (NCLT) is constituted under Companies Act for LLP’s as per the amendment rules

LLP (Amendment) Rules, 2009 vide S.O. 385 (E) & 386 (E) dated 4th June 2009 with immediate effect.


Rule 32 of LLP Rules, 2009 stands as under:

32 (1) The Registrar shall, on conversion of a firm, private company or an unlisted public company into limited liability partnership, issue a Certificate of Registration under his seal in Form 19.

(2) In the event, Registrar has refused the registration, the applicant firm or private company or unlisted public company, as the case may be, may apply to the Tribunal within sixty days from the date of receipt of such intimation of refusal.

LLP (Amendment) Rules, 2009 has inserted a provisio here,

Provided that until the Tribunal (NCLT) is constituted under Companies Act, 1956 the application under this sub-rule may be made to Company Law Board (CLB).


The similar provisio is inserted in Schedules II, III & IV to Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008  under Paragraph 7, 5 & 6 wherever the word “Tribunal” occurs.


Understand all LLP updates here.

Convert any form of business into LLP now, provisions notified w.e.f 31st May 2009

Notification of Sections 55 to 58, Second Schedule, Third Schedule and Fourth Schedule (II, III & IV) – LLP Act, 2008

Notification of Rules 32 and 33 and Rules 38 to 40 – LLP Rules, 2009


As you are aware of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) law in India as on 1st April 2009 in India where Conversion into an LLP were not notified.


Now, MCA has notified S.O. 1323 (E) & S.O. 1324 (E) dated 22nd May 2009 has notified the following provisions w.e.f 31st May 2009 regarding,

  • Conversion of Partnership Firm into LLP
  • Conversion of Private Limited Company into LLP
  • Conversion of Unlisted Public Limited Company into LLP

Thus e-forms 14, 17 & 19 dealing with such conversion as provided in Limited Liability Partnership Rules, 2009 stand notified.


Understand all LLP updates here.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Comply DIP for fully/partly convertible debt, Comply Debt regulations for Non-convertible debentures, SEBI clarifies

Clarification on applicability of SEBI Regulations/ Circulars on Initial and Continuous Disclosures for Convertible and Non-Convertible Debt

SEBI has introduced Simplified Debt Listing Agreement that prescribed
norms for issue of public or privately placed debt securities and listing of such securities on the exchange.

Now it is clarified that, issue and listing of non-convertible debt securities, whether issued to the public or privately placed, is to be done in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Issue and Listing of Debt Securities) Regulations, 2008. Issue of debt securities that are convertible, either partially or fully or optionally into listed or unlisted equity shall be guided by the disclosure norms applicable to equity or other instruments offered on conversion in terms of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Disclosure and Investor Protection) Guidelines, 2000 (which is proposed to be replaced by New ICDR regulations, 2009).

Source: SEBI/IMD/BOND/Cir-2/2009 dated June 23, 2009

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

SEBI proposes Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements (ICDR) Regulations, 2009 for DIP guidelines, 2000

Download SEBI (ICDR) Regulations, 2009 effective 26th August 2009.

SEBI has already issued Delisting Regulations replacing Delisting Guidelines and now has proposed to issue SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009 replacing the current SEBI (Disclosure & Investor) Protection Guidelines, 2000.

You can expect there will not be (m)any amendments on the current DIP guidelines hereon…as they are proposing to consider DIP guidelines as on 31st May 2009.


Download Proposed SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009 now.

Yes, now the said Proposal is approved and the new ICDR regulations has come into force with effect from 26th August 2009 regulating the PUBLIC ISSUE of specified securities and convertible securities.

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Saturday, June 6, 2009

CS CC papers online for CA CWA final students or with 4 years of experience, by sending it in e-mail to ICSI, only for Company Law of Executive Programme


Yes, Company Secretary Institute has recognised Chartered Accountant & Cost Accountant final passed students to submit CC papers online, but for only one subject (Company law), on a PILOT basis.

As the Student Community is well aware, the Institute has always strived to absorb the power of info rmation technology in its day to day activities so that the students are provided with hassle-free and effective services at all times.  In this scenario,  it has been decided to introduce a Pilot Project of E-Response Sheets  wherein  Response Sheets will be accepted from the students through E-Mail as against the conventional method of accepting the same in physical form.  The details are as under : -


Eligibility of Students to be covered under Pilot Project

Students of Executive Programme who have either :

(i)                  Passed CA/ICWA Final Examinations;  


(ii)                Having with 4-5 Years of Work Experience  

Subject covered under Pilot Project

‘Company Law’ (Code No.224) covered under Module-II of Executive Programme

Process involved

F    Step 1

Click on the link “Students” and then “E-Response Sheets” to download the Word Document containing Question-Cum-Answer Paper.

F    Step 2

Fill in the Particulars of Student in the Template which is also available in the Word Document.

F    Step 3

Type the Answers for each Question at the relevant space  in the Word Document.

F    Step 4

Send the E-Response Sheet to

F    Step 5

While sending the E-Response Sheet by E-Mail, please also attach scanned copy of certificate pertaining to qualification (CA/ICWA) or work experience.


Students fulfilling the eligibility criteria are requested to follow the above steps.  In case of any difficulty,  students may contact Directorate of Information Technology ( for technical problems and Directorate of Student Services (  for any other query like eligibility, etc.

Please note that depending upon the success of  the Pilot Project, this facility will be extended to all the remaining subjects/ stages in a phased manner.  The present system of  submitting the response sheets in physical form will not be affected and will continue as usual.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

BCom CS Executive & MCom CS Professional programme is possible -IGNOU & ICSI offers this mutli-degrees for Company Secretaries

Have you registered for Company Secretary (CS) Foundation Programme & not doing College, then also register for Bachelor of Commerce with Major in Corporate Affairs and Administration (B.Com CA & A) by paying Rs.4,800/- at the time of admission to get a degree from Indira Gandhi National Open University simultaneously on passing CS Executive Programme (i.e) On passing of the the Foundation Programme and Executive Programme of ICSI, students get exemption in all those courses of B.Com (CA&A).


Have you registered for Company Secretary – CS Executive Programme & also a graduate from College or Institute, then also register for Master of Commerce in Business Policy and Corporate Governance (M.Com BP&CG) by paying Rs.6,000/- at the time of admission to get a degree from Indira Gandhi National Open University simultaneously on passing CS Professional Programme (i.e) On passing of Professional Programme of ICSI, students get exemption in all those courses of M.Com (BP & CG).


Remember the last date or cut-off dates…

An electronic version of the Prospectus is also available on below mentioned links.  The application form can be downloaded from the links below and the duly filled in form to be submitted to Regional Director Concerned on or before the last date, i.e. 30th June, 2009 and 31st October, 2009 for July 2009 and January 2010 sessions respectively. In such a case, candidates are required to pay an additional amount of Rs.400 by way of separate demand draft drawn in favour of IGNOU payable at city where the admission form is being submitted.  A printed copy of Student Handbook and Prospectus would be sent to such candidates separately.

Where to send the application form?

All your queries are answered from the below mentioned links with details of regional centre nearest to your location.

Student Prospectus and Programme Guide for B.Com (CA & A) and M.Com (BP & CG) Exclusively for ICSI

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