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Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics – Nov 2017 exam

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics – 2017

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics – we are providing CA IPCC LAW Ethics Communication Important Topics. This will helpful for your CA IPCC Law Exam preparation.

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Company Law Important Topics for nov 2017

Company Law  paper of CA IPCC is very vast in size, but would offer very less marks. Company law will take up majority of your preparation time. Exam point of view, we would recommend you to allocate more time on Ethics and Communication part.

 Questions Weightage
 Objects Clause of Memorandum 6 marks
 One Person Company 6 marks
 Public Financial Institutions 5 marks
 Shelf Prospectus 6 marks
 Misstatement in Prospectus 6 marks
 Acceptance of Deposits 8 marks
 Debentures 6 marks
Buy Back of Shares 8 marks
 Private Placement of Shares 6 marks
 Registration of a Charge 5 marks
 Electronic Voting 5 marks
General Meeting Notice 4 marks
 Chairman Powers in a Meeting 4 marks

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Communication Important Topics nov 2017

Communication is one of the best scoring part in Law. Study Side Headings from ICAI Study Material and Practice Manuals and write the same in exam too. If you can state the right side headings, you can score at least 3 marks minimum of total 5 marks.

 Questions Weightage
 Process of Communication 7 marks
 Merits of Oral Communication 5 marks
Formal Vs Informal Communication 8 marks
 Grapevine Chains 5 marks
 Barriers to Communication 5 marks
 Tips for Improving Inter Personal Communication 4 marks
 Importance of Active listening 4 marks
 Emotional Intelligence 5 marks
 Group Conflicts 4 marks
 Negotiation Techniques 5 marks
 Guidelines to handle Communication Ethical Dilemmas 5 marks
 Elements which can influence an organisation culture 4 marks
 Components of a Partnership deed 5 marks
 Draft AGM Notice 5 marks
 Draft a Gift Deed 4 marks

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Ethics Important Questions nov 2017

Ethics is very easy topic as most of the syllabus is in general nature. Just like Communication, you need to study side headings from ICAI Materials and replicate the same in the exam. You can score full marks for each question. Ethics and communication are the ones that are going to help with scoring an exemption in CA IPCC Law

 Questions Weightage
 Business Trusteeship 5 marks
 Fundamental principles relating to ethics 4 marks
 Corporate Social Responsibility 5 marks
 Different committees in Corporate Governance 5 marks
 How CSR minimises ecological damage 4 marks
 Factors that influence ethical behaviour at work 4 marks
 Discrimination in an organisation 4 marks
 Managing Ethics and preventing whistle blowing 5 marks
 Acid Rain 4 marks
 Ecological Ethics and Green Accounting 5 marks
 Personal use Vs Commercial use under Competition Act 5 marks
 Central Consumer Protection Council 4 marks
 Threats faced by Accounting professional 4 marks

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

CA Final Law Important Topics

Based on expected marks in the upcoming November 2016 CA Final exam, we have provided this table of most important Chapters  and Topics that you need to put more stress on during the exams.

 Topic Weightage
 Directors Contracts and Expenses 8 marks
 Company Loans and Guarantees to Director 8 marks
 RBI Powers 8 marks
 NRI Provisions in FEMA 6 marks
 Draft Board Resolution 5 marks
 CG Powers to appoint Nominee Director 5 marks
 Women Director 4 marks
 Relief against Mismanagement 6 marks
 Declaration of Solvency 4 marks
 Independent Directors 5 marks
 Recognition of Stock Exchange 4 marks
 Residential Status under FEMA 5 marks
 Dominant Position under Competition Act 6 marks
 Actions against Members of a Stock Exchange 5 marks

Law Ethics Communications Important questions Topics

Business Law

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

  • Indian Contract Act :-

1. Case study based on ” Acceptance of Offer ” & ” Bailment “.
2. Offer & rules for an offer.
3. Capacity to contract.  IPCC Law
4. Circumstances under which doctrine of Supervening Impossibility not applicable.

  • Payment Of Bonus Act , 1965

1.   Who is liable to pay bouns?

2.   Who is entitled to pay bonus?

3.   Deduction that are  allowed under the Third Schedule

4.   What does available surplus mean?

5.   Minimum and Maximum Bonus payable

6.   Set on and Off of allocable surplus

7.   Deduction from the bonus payable IPCC Law

8.   Bonus linked with production or productivity

9.   Payment of Bonus by new establishment

10. Exemption from payment of Bonus IPCC Law

  • Payment of Gratuity Act 1972

1.   Establishments covered under the act

2.   Eligibility and payment of gratuity IPCC Law

3.   When it is payable? To whom it is payable? By whom it is payable?

4.   Write about the Computation of Gratuity of amount payable

5.   Explain Continuous service IPCC Law

6.   Write short notes on reduction & forfeiture of gratuity

  • The Employees Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952

1.  Employees Provident Fund Scheme and its salient Features

2.   Employees Family Pension Scheme and its salient features

3.   Employees Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme

4.   Protect Against attachment of provident fund

5.   Central Board of Trustees IPCC Law

6.   Change of Employer –consequences

7.   Authorization of certain employers to maintain of a/cNote:

Students are requested to also go through Practical Questions from the Above acts.

  • Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

1.    Promissory Note

2.   Bill of Exchange  IPCC Law

3.   Provisions relating to maturity on days of Grace

4.   Cheque and its essential features

5.   Crossing and different types of crossing

6.   Conditions of Holder  IPCC Law

7.   Holder in due course and privileges available to him

8.   Holder Vs. Holder in due course

9.   Endorsement , essential features and types

10. Material Alteration  IPCC Law

11. Instruments obtained by unlawful means

12. Presentment and different types of presentment

13. Presentment for payment

14. Rules regarding notice of dishonor

15. What is stale cheque?  IPCC Law

16. When banker refuses payment on his customer’s cheque?

17. Liability of banker for wrongful dishonor of a cheque

18. Offences / bouncing of cheque

  • Companies Act of 1956

1. Define a company and explain its features.

  1. Concept of separate legal entity as applicable in case of Companies.
  2. Lifting of Corporate Veil.  IPCC Law
  3. Classification of Companies.
  4. Conversion of Private Company into Public Company.
  5. Procedure for conversion of public to private and private to public.
  6. Procedure for Incorporation Of Company.
  7. Certificate of Incorporation . IPCC Law
  8. Certificate for Commencement of Business.
  9. Write about  Memorandum of Association and it’s clause /contents.
  10. Procedure relating to Alteration of MOA .
  11. Alteration of  Articles of Association.
  12. Doctrine of Ultravires and its exceptions.
  13. When Prospectus is to be issued?
  14. Expert and his liabilities.  IPCC Law
  15. Remedies available against false and misleading prospectus
  16. What is meant by shelf prospectus?
  17. Write about Red Herring prospectus and Information Memorandum.
  18. Restrictions imposed by the companies act on allotment of Shares.
  19. Define Underwriting & underwriting commission. How does the company act regulate payment of such commission.
  20. Explain provisions and main contents of return of allotment.
  21. Listing of shares on stock exchange.
  22. Issue of Shares at premium.
  23. Sweat Equity Shares. IPCC Law
  24. Issue of Right shares to outsiders.
  25. Right Shares.  IPCC Law
  26. Powers of CG with regard to conversion of Debentures into Shares.
  27. Under what circumstances can companies reduces itshare capital?
  28. Practical Questions on Buy Back of Shares.
  29. Issue of Share Warrants.  IPCC Law
  30. Share Certificate Vs. Share Warrant.
  31. When Shares can be forfeited? Explain procedure relating to it ?
  32. Provision relating to Refusal to registration if Transfer / transmission of Shares/ Debentures and refusal for rectification of register of members by a Co. and the remedial measures to the aggrieved Shareholder.
  33. What is a Blank transfer?  IPCC Law
  34. What is meant by Certification of Transfer?
  35. How shall nomination facility operate in case of transmission of Shares?
  36. Procedure to be followed by a person nominated by a Shareholder
  37. What is meant by Redemption of Debentures? State the remedies available for non repayment.  IPCC Law
  38. Write the Provisions relating to Statutory Meeting.
  39. Write the provisions relating to Annual GeneralMeeting.
  40. Write the provisions relating to Extraordinary General Meeting.
  41. Legal requirements for GM’s (AGM, EGM. SGM)
  42. SEC 49  IPCC Law
  43. QuorumNote:

As per ICAI the weightage for the exam is around 30 marks. Questions can also be practical questions hence complete reading and understanding is necessary. From the 1st Three chapters (1 to 13th  ) a must question is always expected.

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Business Ethics

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics
  1. Ethical Dilemmas
  2. Distinction between Ethics and morals?
  3. Why a Business or individual Should follow Ethical Practises?
  4. What is Corporate Governance? importance of it
  5. Corporate Social Responsibility
  6. What is the need of Corporate Social Responsibility
  7. Benefits OF CSR  IPCC Law
  8. Strategies in implementation of CSR
  9. Explain few guidelines for managing Ethics in workplace
  10. Write a short notes on Harassment , In the context of Workplace Ethics
  11. Explain the concept of sustainable development
  12. What are the main forms of pollution &resource deployment and their effects?
  13. Write short notes on Global Warming
  14. Write short notes on Ozone Depletion
  15. Write short notes on Acid Rain
  16. Discuss Bhopal Disaster  IPCC Law
  17. Explain the precautionary principles in environment control
  18. Why should we behave ethically in marketing?
  19. Main ingredients of Competition Act
  20. Fundamental Principles of Ethics in the context of Finance and Accounts
  21. Give some examples of  Self Review Threats, Advocacy Threats, Familiarity Threats
  1. Ethical conflicts for Finance and Accounting Professional

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Business Communication

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

1. State the factors responsible for growing importance of communication

  1. Write about the process of communication
  2. What  are  the  different  dimensions  or  directions  in  which  communication  nov happen in an organization  IPCC Law
  3. Write    About    Oral    Communication?    What    are    the    disadvantages    of    oral communication?
  4. Explain written communication and importance?
  5. What are the limitation of written communication?
  6. What are the requirements of effective communication?
  7. Write about non verbal communication of sign language
  8. Write about non verbal communication media of body language / kinesics
  9. Write about non verbal communication media of Para language / para linguistics
  10. What are the advantages of para language & is there any risks involved in depending on para language
  11. What is meant by formal channels of communication? what are the advantages and limitations of it?
  12. What is mean by Informal Channels of communication/ Grape vine?
  13. Merits of Grape Vine & demerits of Grape vine
  14. How many types of Grape vines have been identified? how do they functions?
  15. What do you mean by barriers to communication?
  16. How  does  the  knowledge  of  communication  process  help  us  in  communicating effectively
  17. How we use touch sends messages about us ?
  18. Explain principles of written of communication?
  19. Explain principles of Interpersonal Communication?
  20. How to improve Interpersonal skills?
  21. Explain Active listening? what are the guidelines for active listening?
  22. What is Critical Thinking? what are its purposes?
  23. Explain the meaning of Critical thinking , the process involved  in it and quantity of a critical thinking  IPCC Law
  24. Explain Emotional Intelligence
  25. What is Group Dynamics?
  26. Explain the concept of team roles?
  27. What are the Group Conflicts? Bring out the nature of Group Conflicts?
  28. What are the steps in Negotiation Process?
  29. What are reasons of acceptance of change
  30. What  are  the  pre  requisites for  fostering  innovative  spirits?  Explain  the  key elements in the Innovation Framework
  31. Explain Ethical Dilemmas in Communication
  32. Explain Guidelines to handle communication Ethics Dilemma
  33. DEEDS and Business Letters

CA Final Corporate & Allied Laws Important Preparation Tips for nov 2017

Paper-4 Corporate and Allied Laws consists of two sections i.e. Section A, relating to Company Law  carrying a weightage of 70 marks with the objective that students are ‘able to analyze and apply various  provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 in practical situations,’ and Section B, carrying weightage of 30 marks dealing with allied laws and the objective is ‘to develop ability to analyze the requirements of laws stated in the Section’. In brief, the students are expected to have not only analyzing skills but also  application skills in company law, while in allied laws they are expected to have the analyzing skills (an overview of various allied laws) stated in the syllabus. Accordingly, preparation strategy deserves care, concern and caution.Some useful tips for a better preparation of the subject are:

  • In the Final Level examination, quoting of Section Number is compulsory. Try to avoid writing wrong Section Numbers.
  • Always refer Bare Acts of the relevant statutes along with the study material and Practice Manual.
  • Make a study plan covering the entire syllabus and then decide how much time you can allocate to the subject on daily/weekly basis.
  • Allocation of time must be done keeping in view your office commitments as well as social needs and personal hobbies.
  • Maintain the time balance amongst various subjects such as purely descriptive type and numerical-based papers. Allocate time in such a manner that your interest is well sustained and you are able to score well in the final examination as well.
  • Always assess your preparation periodically, say, on monthly basis. If necessary, revise your plan and allocate more time for the subject in which you feel deficient.
  • First of all, have an overview of the chapter to understand the broad contents and sequence of various sub-topics.
  • Read each chapter slowly to ensure that you understand and assimilate the main concept. If need be, read once again with concentration and then try to attempt exercise at the end of the chapter or given in the Practice Manual.
  • Recapitulate the main concept after going through each chapter by way of brief notes.
  • The fact that how well you have understood the topic will be reflected in your ability to attempt the questions given in the exercises as well as in the practice manual. Make a serious attempt at producing your own answers but at this stage do not be much concerned about attempting the questions in examination based conditions.  In particular, at initial stages, it is more important to understand and absorb the material thoroughly rather than to observe the time limits that would apply in the actual examination conditions.
  • Revise your answers carefully and underline important points before leaving the examination hall.

Law Ethics Communications Important Questions Topics

CA IPCC law one before revision tips( toppers suggestions)

Strategy of revision is simple.

  • You come back home after giving accounts, take rest for sometime, till you feel refreshed. I would suggest 2 hours of sleep or just relaxing.

Then sit with your subject. First thing to complete, should be Ethics and Communication. It comes for 40 marks, it’s the easiest of all. Remember the points. Writing material in exams matter the most. If you see the practice manual, there are certain lines which are repeated again and again in many answers. Write 4–5 of those lines on a paper and learn then and use them in the relevant answers where they suit the most.

Just one day before the exam, sit with Companies Act. (IN CASE YOUR COMMUNICATION IS STILL LEFT FIRST COMPLETE THAT. NOT MORE THAN 2–3 CHAPTERS OF COMMUNICATION SHOULD BE LEFT. COMPLETE OTHERS THE DAY YOU’RE DONE WITH ACCOUNTS EXAM). Please don’t read the entire companies act. You’ll see a marks distribution table in Munish Bhandari which shows the importance of many parts of companies act. Read as per relevance.

In maximum 3.5–4 hours you should be done with Companies Act. Then start with Contract Act, then Negotiable instruments act and then the rest. All of these should be done in a maximum of 5.5–6 hours.

After finishing, read RTP and Mock test paper question and answers and revise Ethics and Communication again.

  • Always adopt a key word approach. The whole of IPCC law can be summarized into 200 key words. If you know these words and understand the concept behind these words, you can get great marks on law. So make a key word list. One day before the exam, just refer to the list. Each word will remind you of a concept.

Relax before the exam do not panic. Because you’re ready if you’ve revised everything properly.

  • Law is one of the important subject you have to focus in order to clear group one IPCC.

First Focus on Ethics and Communication.You should have already been perfect in such concepts before the exam as this is the only time for revision .

Later study concepts in business law while preparing business law try to regain some important concepts in Ethics and Communication as this is one of the process to remember such dry concepts in the subject.

Later focus on company law especially latest amendments,If any. In company law study basic concepts first so that you can have an idea and later focus on the remaining chapters for scoring marks .

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  1. Satyavolu says:

    Do we need to remember names of case laws in Indian contract act 1872 (ipcc business law)?

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