Taxmann Corporate Laws Choice Based Credit System B.Com (Hons.) By Anil Kumar Edition March 2021

 405  475

This book is a University Grants Commission (UGC) recommended, updated, comprehensive & authentic text book on ‘Corporate Laws’. This book aims to familiarize the students with an understanding of the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 & Depositories Act, 1996, by providing the convoluted legal provisions in a more simplified and concise manner.

Taxmann Corporate Laws Choice Based Credit System By Anil Kumar

 405  475

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Taxmann Corporate Laws Choice Based Credit System By Anil Kumar

Taxmann Corporate Laws Choice Based Credit System By Anil Kumar

This book is a University Grants Commission (UGC) recommended, updated, comprehensive & authentic text book on ‘Corporate Laws’. This book aims to familiarize the students with an understanding of the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 & Depositories Act, 1996, by providing the convoluted legal provisions in a more simplified and concise manner.

This book aims to fulfill the requirements of students of undergraduate courses in commerce and management, particularly B.Com (Hons.) under the Choice Based Credit System Programme (‘CBCS’), BBA, MBA, BBE of Delhi University & other universities. This book will also be helpful for those looking for an introduction in the securities market.

The Present Publication is the 10th Edition (as per revised syllabus, effective from the academic session 2019-20), authored by Anil Kumar, with the following noteworthy features:

  • [Updated & Amended] This book incorporates amendments introduced by the following:
  • Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020
  • Companies (Amendment) Act, 2018
  • Amendments to relevant Rules under the Companies Act, 2013 & provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 as applicable to companies
  • [Case Laws & Illustrations] have been incorporated, to enable an easy comprehension for students.
  • [Flowcharts] have been incorporated to provide bird’s eye view of the legal process
  • [Examination Questions & Case Problems] are given at the end of each chapter to enhance the utility of this book for the students preparing for their semester examinations. Coverage of Past Examination Questions is as follows:
  • Com. (Hons.) Paper – May-June 2016
  • Com. (Hons.) CBCS Paper – May 2017
  • Com. (Hons.) CBCS Paper – May 2018
  • Com. (Hons.) CBCS Paper – May 2019

The flow of the book is as follows:

  • The book is divided into 15 chapters
  • First three chapters introduce the basic concepts, administration of the law and kinds of companies
  • Chapter four outlines the steps to float a company
  • Subsequent chapters from five to eleven seek to give a legal framework in which companies operate viz. memorandum & articles of association, prospectus including book building, share including dividends, general meets, management of companies and powers of directors.
  • Chapter fourteen contains the concepts and modes of winding up of companies.
  • The Depositories Act is covered in chapter fifteen

The contents of the book are as follows

  • Company: Meaning and Features
  • Administration of Company Law
  • Kinds of Companies
  • Formation of Company
  • Memorandum of Association
  • Articles of Association
  • Prospectus
  • Shares and Share Capital
  • Members and Shareholders
  • Directors and Key Managerial Personnel
  • Shareholder Meetings
  • Audit
  • Divided Provisions
  • Winding up of Companies
  • The Depository System

About the author

Dr. Anil Kumar, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Coordinator, National Centre of Corporate Governance, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), University of Delhi. An alumnus of SRCC, he did his post-graduation in Commerce from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University. His area of specialisation is Corporate Laws and Corporate Governance. He has been awarded Ph.D. degree by the University of Delhi for his research on corporate governance.

Dr. Kumar has contributed number of research articles in national and international journals; presented his research work at international conferences in India and abroad; and has conducted several executive development and training programmes for corporate executives and directors. He has over thirty years’ of teaching both under-graduate and post-graduate students.

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