ICSI attracts youth to company secretary courses
Srinagar, May 24: Highlighting the role of Company Secretaries in the growing corporate sector, President ICSI, Nesar Ahmad today urged the Valley youth to come forward for Company Secretary Courses.
Ahmad said the Institute of Company Secretaries of India is trying its level best to spread its wings to the length and breadth of the country.
Pertinently, the ICSI is holding two-day event at SKICC here from May 25.
"During our stay here we will have brain-storming sessions over the next two days and will come up with suggestions and recommendations for the state government to help it bring J&K on a par with rest of the country in respect of development," ICSI President said, adding many of “our students who are trained in CS are holding different positions in JK Bank.
He said the members of ICSI will also meet Vice-Chancellor, Kashmir University Prof Talat to discuss the development of higher education in the Valley.
President ICSI said while the avenues of self-employment as well as finding employment with both public and private sectors were bright after completing the three-year ICSI course, the cost of undertaking the course was nominal compared to other professions like medicine and engineering.
"At present we have a Memorandum of Understanding with Kashmir University which allows ICSI graduates to pursue M Phil but we are keen to upgrade it to PhD level," he said.
Ahmad said the ICSI team will also discuss the possibility of exchange of faculties between Kashmir University and his institute, adding that the ICSI courses can be pursued through distance education mode or through part-time mode also.
President, ICSI informed that the Institute is actively engaged in activities relating to investor awareness and education.
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