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CS Professional GRMCE Weightage Chapter Wise

GRMCE Chapter Wise Weightage Marks

PART A

Chapter 1

Conceptual Framework of

Corporate Governance

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 0 Marks

Anticipation – 5 marks

Important concepts

a. Corporate Governance Evolution and need for corporate Governance

b. OECD Principles

c. Sarbanes Oxley Act, 2002

d. Stewardship code, 2020 UK

e. Corporate Governance in Indian Ethos

f. 8 Central Principles of Corporate Governance, Australia – 2019


Chapter 2

Legislative Framework of

Corporate Governance

Question Type - Case base

Previous Year – 3 Marks

Anticipation – 5 marks

Important

a. Basel Committee on Corporate Governance

b. RBI (Fit and Proper Criteria) for Directors on the Board

c. Guidelines for corporate Governance for NBFCs

d. Mandatory Committees for Insurance Companies

e. Stewardship code for insurers in India

f. Guidelines on CSR and sustainability for CPSEs


Chapter 2

Legislative Framework of

Corporate Governance

Question Type - Case base

Previous Year – 3 Marks

Anticipation – 5 marks

Important

a. Basel Committee on Corporate Governance

b. RBI (Fit and Proper Criteria) for Directors on the Board

c. Guidelines for corporate Governance for NBFCs

d. Mandatory Committees for Insurance Companies

e. Stewardship code for insurers in India

f. Guidelines on CSR and sustainability for CPSEs


Chapter 3

Board Effectiveness

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 0 Marks

Anticipation – 5 to 10 marks

Important concepts

a. Board Composition

b. Restrictions on the power of the board

c. Independent Directors, Duties and the process of appointment

d. Relationship of Board and Executive Management

e. Appointment of Lead Independent Director

f. Separation of Chairman and CEO

g. Succession Planning

h. Board Evaluation framework


Chapter 4

Board Processes through

Secretarial Standards

Question Type - Case Base or Direct

Previous Year – 0 Marks

Anticipation – 0 to 5 marks

Important

a. Passing of resolution by circulation and matters which shall not be dealt

by Circulation

b. Meeting of Board through Video Conferencing


Chapter 5

Board Committees

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 21 Marks

Anticipation – 10 marks

Important concepts

a. All the mandatory committees


Chapter 6

Corporate Policies and

Disclosures

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 0 Marks

Anticipation – 5 marks

Important

a. Disclosure requirement under Companies Act, 2013

b. Disclosure requirement under SEBI(ICDR), 2019

c. Initial Disclosure and continual disclosure

d. Website Disclosures

e. Disclosure of Material Events and Disclosures of events upon application

of Materiality Guidelines

f. Contents of Management Discussion and Analysis report

g. Principles of Fair Disclosure


Chapter 7

Accounting and Audit

related issues

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 10 Marks

Anticipation – 5 Marks to 10 Marks

Important concepts

a. Auditor’s Independence and the services which are prohibited to be done

by the auditor

b. Internal Audit

c. NFRA – Its Power and Functions

d. Approval Process of Related Party Transaction

e. Types of Whistle Blowers


Chapter 8

Corporate Governance and

Shareholders

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 10 Marks

Anticipation – 5 to 10 marks

Important

a. Promoter and the roles and Liabilities of promoter

b. Investor education and protection fund

c. OECDs measures to protect the interest of Minority shareholders

d. Institutional Investor’s Role in promoting good corporate governance

e. PRI Principles

f. CRISA

g. CALPERS

h. Proxy Advisory Firms

i. Corporate Governance in Family-Owned Companies


Chapter 9

Corporate Governance and

other stakeholders

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 8 Marks

Anticipation – 0 to 4 Marks

Important concepts

a. Corporate Governance in South Africa (King IV Report)

b. German Corporate Governance (any 8 to 10 Principles)

c. Japanese Code (Any single segment may be asked)

d. Stakeholder Engagement (Steps and Principles)

e. Better engagement of stakeholders leads to better governance (Subjective

question may be asked)

f. Caux Round Table (Very Important)

g. Clarkson Principles of Stakeholder Engagement


Chapter 10

Governance and Compliance Risk

Previous Year – 0 Marks

Anticipation – 3 to 4 marks

Important

a. Elements of effective Governance Program

b. Compliance Risk Management and its steps

c. Compliance Risk Mitigation

d. Essentials of Compliance Risk management Program

e. What are the various risks associated with non-compliance


PART B

Chapter 12

Risk Management

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 20 (All Mandatory Questions)

Anticipation – 20 marks

Important

Note: This is the most Important Chapter, do it thoroughly

a. Classification of Risk (They might give you a situation to identify the

risk falls under which classification)

b. Types of Financial Risk (any 5) (Market Risk Mandatory)

c. Types of Non-Financial Risk

d. Process of Risk identification

e. Essentials of Risk Identification

f. What all threats are identified under the Risk Analysis

g. Calculate Risk Value

h. Process of Risk Analysis

i. 5 Risk mitigating Strategy (Same as Handling of Risk)

j. Role of Company Secretary in Risk Management

k. Short Note on Risk Governance

l. Components of ERM (Asked in previous year) and its Limitation

m. ISO 31000

n. SRM


PART C

Chapter 13

Internal Control

(Alternate Questions would be given)

Question Type - Direct/Case

Previous Year – 15 Marks

Anticipation – 10 marks

Important

a. Internal Control and its classification and Elements

b. Components of Internal Control by COSO

c. Internal Check

d. Internal Audit

e. Role of Audit committee and review of Information by Audit Committee


Chapter 14

Reporting

Question Type - Direct

Previous Year – 25 Marks (With alternate Questions)

Anticipation – 10 marks

Important

a. Financial Reporting – Objectives and Importance

b. Non-Financial Reporting – Board Report and Sustainability Reporting

c. Key Drivers of Sustainability Reporting

d. GRI Standards

e. Benefits and Challenges to Sustainability Reporting

f. Short note on Integrated Reporting and its guiding principles

g. Six Capital Disclosures


Credit - Adv. Chirag Chotrani

Yes Academy

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