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Title: PRESENTATION NAME


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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
February 2, 2012 New Delhi
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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Directorates Mandate
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • STUDIES RESEARCH
  • SYLLABUS REVIEW
  • INVESTOR AWARENESS PROGRAMMES
  • CERTIFICATE COURSES
  • PMQ COURSES
  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CSR
  • INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
  • LIBRARY (KNOWLEDGE CENTRE)
  • E-LIBRARY
  • PRINTING, PUBLICATIONS STORES

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Directorate is entrusted to assist
  • Professional Development Committee
  • Training Educational Facilities Committee
  • Syllabus Review Committee
  • PMQ Course Committee
  • Advisory Boards for PMQ Courses
  • Practising Company Secretaries Committee
  • Corporate Laws Governance Committee
  • Capital Markets Committee
  • Coordination Committee
  • Quality Review Board
  • Editorial Advisory Board
  • Expert Advisory Board
  • Peer Review Board
  • Various Core Groups

Contd...
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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Directorate is entrusted to assist
  • National Advisory Committee on Accounting
    Standards (NACAS) MCA
  • Accounting Standards Board  - Institute of
    Chartered Accountants of India
  • Cost Accounting Standards Board Institute of
    Cost Accountants of India
  • National Foundation for Corporate Governance
    (NFCG)
  • NFCG Governing Council
  • NFCG Board of Trustees
  • NFCG Core Group for Corporate Governance for
    SMEs
  • NFCG Core Group of Experts
  • Committee to administer Investor Education
    Protection Fund (IEPF) Committee Sub Committee
  • Indo-UK Taskforce on Corporate Affairs
  • Indo-UK Accountancy Task Force Ministry of
    Commerce Industry
  • Joint Economic Trade Committee (JETCO)
  • Committees being formed from time to time by MCA
    / SEBI / RBI / CCI and other regulatory bodies
  • Stakeholders Committee at MCA
  • Assocham Merget Acquisition Council
  • New India Membership Development Committee of
    INSOL International
  • GRI Taxonomyu Review Team
  • Advisory Group to GRI Focal Point India

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Academic and Technical Support to regulatory
authorities
  • Academic and Technical support to MCA on
  • Company Law Reform Process ( Bill /Rules etc.)
  • Limited Liability Partnership from Concept Paper
    to Act
  • Competition Law
  • MCA21
  • XBRL
  • Corporate Registers Forum (CRF) 2012
  • Investor Education Protection Fund related
    matters

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Academic and Technical Support to regulatory
authorities
Academic and Technical Support to regulatory
authorities
  • Preparation of views of the Institute on
    consultative papers/ notifications issued by SEBI
    / MCA and other Regulators
  • Comments / Memorandum on new legislations /
    amendments
  • Appearance before the Parliamentary Standing
    Committees
  • Co-ordination with various regulatory authorities
  • Co-ordination with Ministries / Government
    (Centre and State) on matters of professional
    interest.
  • Representations to various authorities for
    recognition of CS Profession

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Research Publications
  • Undertakes research projects including research
    publications and revision thereof
  • Prepares Publications of professional interest,
    etc.

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Supporting Policy Initiatives
  • Preparation of Concept Papers for the growth and
    development of profession / professional practice
  • Academic Inputs to members representing Institute
    on various committees, expert groups constituted
    by MCA, SEBI, and other regulatory bodies
  • Co-ordination with Government, Regulatory
    authorities and sister professional bodies abroad
  • Coordination with International Bodies - World
    Bank, OECD and other global Corporate Governance
    Forum
  • Corporate Secretaries International Association
    (CSIA)

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Destination 2020
  • DESTINATION 2012
  • Leveraging technology for knowledge updation of
    members
  • To Build up Strong Knowledge Repository with Case
    Studies for use of our Members
  • Using tools like Webcast, Virtual Classroom,
    Mobile WAP application, social network etc. to
    reach Student and members on realtime basis
  • - Standardization of Professional Development
    activities through out the Country involving RCs
    / Chapters
  • To ensure Quality, standardization of Service
    delivery through Learning Programmes for members
  • This will cover Faculty /Duration/Assessment/feedb
    ack etc
  • Short term courses

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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Destination 2020
  • Benchmarking Study Materials with International
    Quality Standards
  • To Bring out World Class Study materials and
    Tool kits
  • Standardisation of Learning methodologies
    (Pedagogy ) through out the Country involving
    RCs / Chapters
  • To ensure Quality of Coaching (be it distance
    /Class Room) strong Standardisation and regular
    Quality Audit
  • Strengthening Knowledge Team comprising in-house
    specialists and also external experts working
    hand in hand
  • Training and Orientation of APD Academic staff
    on regular basis to hone up skills
  • Faculty exchange amongst associate bodies / joint
    research with partner institutions and other
    credible institutions

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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ICSI Initiatives in Capital Markets
  • Views/suggestions to SEBI on various consultative
    papers placed for public comments
  • Memorandum of Understanding with Stock Exchanges
  • NSE
  • MCX SX
  • USE
  • Chartered Institute for Securities Investment,
    London
  • Inditifying newer areas of practice
  • ICSI Representation on IEPF Committee/Sub
    Committee
  • Post scrutiny of Documents registered under IEPF
  • Investor education and Awareness programmes
  • India Corporate Week
  • India Investor week

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Roadmap - 2012
  • Identify and pursue the newer areas of Practice
  • Compliance Certificate on IPO/FPO
  • Compliance Certificate for Listing at SME
    Platform on Stock Exchanges
  • Research and Publications in capital markets
  • India Corporate Investor meet
  • Capital Market week
  • Implementation of MOUs with NSE, USE, MCX SX and
    CISI
  • Organisation of Investor Awareness Programmes
  • Certification courses in Capital Markets
    independently and in collaboration with BTI, NSE.

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CORPORATE
GOVERNANCE SUSTAINABILITY AND CSR
RoadmapINTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS- Roadmap
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  • VISION
  • To be a global leader in promoting good
    corporate governance
  • MISSION
  • To develop high calibre professionals
    facilitating good corporate governance

Corporate Governance and Sustainability
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COMPANY SECRETARIES GOVERNANCE PROFESSIONALS
  • Corporate Governance is vast covering within its
    ambit the culture, ethics, sustainability issues.
  • Focus on Board systems, transparency,
    disclosures, accountability, responsibility and
    sustainability.
  • Company Secretaries as governance professionals
    should be in front line to promote good
    governance amongst companies.

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Research Studies
  • Independent Directors
  • Board Committees
  • Beyond Clause 49
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate governance
  • Challenges in India
  • Appointment of Independent Directors
  • Training of Directors
  • Board Evaluation
  • Lead Independent Director
  • Sustainability Reporting

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  • Focus for 2012

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Sustainability Reporting
  • Sustainability reporting can be considered as
    synonymous with other terms for non-financial
    reporting like triple bottom line reporting,
    corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting,
    and more.

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GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines
  • Worlds most widely-used sustainability reporting
    framework
  • Designed to be used by organizations of all sizes
    and types, across sectors and regions
  • Developed by an international multi-stakeholder
    consensus based approach

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Number of GRI Reporters1999 present 7,880 GRI
Reports
1800
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as of 27 January , 2012
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GRI Reports from INDIA
  • So far 88 registered GRI Reports from India.
  • 17 registered GRI Reports from India in 2011
  • 50 more GRI Reports from India expected

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Recent Developments (India)
  • The MCA has issued the National Voluntary
    Guidelines on Social, Environmental
    Responsibilities of Business, 2011 (NVGs).
  • SEBI has directed Listed entities to submit
    Business Responsibility Reports, as a part of
    their Annual Reports, describing measures taken
    by them along the key principles enunciated in
    the NVGs.
  • To start with, the requirement is applicable to
    top 100 companies in terms of market
    capitalization and would be extended to other
    companies in a phased manner.

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Developments across the Globe
  • GRI is in the process of developing fourth
    generation guidelines - G 4
  • Integrated Reporting Reporting of financial and
    non-financial information in a single report.

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Focus for 2012Sustainability Reporting
  • Sustainability Reporting is an opportunity
    knocking at the doors of company secretaries
  • Institute plans to focus on capacity building on
    sustainability, sustainability reporting and
    integrated reporting.

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Focus for 2012 Sustainability Reporting
  • ICSI is entering into an MOU with GRI for
    collaboration in areas of knowledge sharing,
    training, research and publications.
  • Workshops with GRI for small groups of members
    across the country.
  • Focus for students study material, MSOP.
  • Joint programmes with CII-ITC centre for
    excellence in area of CSR and Sustainability.
  • Commitment to build the capacity of members
    students in this emerging area. To organise
    workshops in coordination with HQs.

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Corporate Governance Week
Focus for 2012
  • Initiative for CG Week taken in year 2011.
  • Seminars, conferences, workshops on corporate
    governance, sustainability, ethics and integrity,
    risk management, non-financial disclosures,
    carbon footprints Go Green initiatives half
    marathon competitions for students and members
    programmes/initiatives for senior citizens etc.
    to be organized during this week.
  • Commitment- to celebrate the week with full
    enthusiasm.
  • The week should brand Company Secretaries as true
    governance professionals.

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Companies Bill 2011
Focus for 2012
  • Capacity Building Programmes on-
  • Various Provisions of Companies Bill
  • NCLT
  • Secretarial Audit.

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Corporate Governance Award
Focus for 2012
  • Suggestions invited to take the award to further
    higher level.
  • Suggestions and commitment to increase
    participation of companies in the award.
  • Commitment- to motivate 50-70 more Companies to
    participate in the ICSI CG Award -2012. Chairmen
    RCs/Chapters to meet the Chairmen/CEOs of
    Companies and impress upon them the benefits of
    participation in the award.

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International Affairs
Focus for 2012
  • President of ICSI is the President of CSIA for
    the year 2012.
  • To ensure more countries to participate and
    become members of CSIA for wider reach.
  • Recognition by WTO to pursue with the Indian
    Government and WTO to create a new Services
    Sectoral Classification-
  • Corporate Governance Compliances and
    Secretarial Advisory Services in the list of
    WTO.
  • MOUs with sister professional Institutes in other
    countries for mutual recognition of membership
    Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and
    Kenya.

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International Affairs
Focus for 2012
  • Directors training programme with SID and
    IOD(UK).
  • Collaboration with OECD, GCGF (IFC
    Washington),GRI, INSOL International, ACGA, Cass
    Business School (London) etc. for furthering the
    cause of corporate governance.

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ICSI Inside CR initiatives
Focus for 2012
  • Resolution to reduce paper consumption by 20
  • Zero Print Day - Every Wednesday across all
    offices of the ICSI.
  • Issuing Admit cards and Declaration of
    Examination results through e-mode.
  • Automation of process of admission of ACS / FCS.
  • Annual Reports being sent electronically to
    members.
  • Moving towards paper less office through ERP,
    Digital Document Management System country wide.
  • Internal communication of approval on e-mail and
    through ERP system.

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Focus for 2012
  • Replace plastic folders by Eco friendly
    file/folders.
  • Printing of Visiting cards on recycled paper,
    instead on plastic coated paper.
  • Commitment- Pledge to reduce paper consumption.
    Send all communications to HQs and other offices
    through e-mails. Take minimum printouts, only
    when absolutely necessary. Observe one day a week
    as Zero Print Day in your offices.
  • CG CSR Watch
  • Green Logo
  • Eco-friendly and energy efficient offices (Green
    Buildings).
  • Energy saving and use of alternative energy
  • Water resource management
  • Responsible disposal of electronic waste.

ICSI - GREEN INITIATIVES
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Focus for 2012
ICSI GREEN INITIATIVES
  • Besides, we are also in the process of
  • Bringing out a CSR Policy defining our areas of
    CSR activities.
  • Commitment- to save environment and contribute
    to society in every possible way.
  • -------------
  • You must be the change you wish to see in the
    world ."
  • -Mahatma Gandhi
  • When we heal the world, we heal ourselves "
  • -David Orr

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Publication Stores function includes
  • Determination of quantity of printing of Study
    material and other publications
  • Monitoring the main stores
  • Supply of study material / publications from the
    Headquarters
  • Stock statements and sale proceeds
  • Reconciliation of stock of publication

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DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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  • Thank You
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