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Prize Awards - Guidelines, Criteria and Application Form

 GUIDELINES FOR INSTITUTION OF PRIZE AWARD FOR
 COMPANY SECRETARIES EXAMINATION

(As amended upto 19th August, 2006 in the 117th Examination Committee Meeting)
1. OBJECTIVE
 

The aim of introducing prize awards is to generate healthy competition amongst talented students and inspire them to show brilliant performance in examinations, recognise their accomplishments publicly and further encourage them to achieve excellence of higher order at various stages of ‘Company Secretaryship’ examinations.

     
2. CRITERIA FOR RECOGNITION AND INSTITUTION OF PRIZE AWARD
  2.1 The Institute may generally accept the endowments offered by individuals and organisations for institution of prize awards according to the broad criteria set hereunder for recognition of a prize award scheme by the Central Council and its Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters.
  2.2 No prize award shall be considered or awarded on religious, communal or institutional basis. Besides, no new prize shall be instituted associating the name of any living person including the name of any present or past office bearers of the Central Council, Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters of the Institute.
  2.3 In future, the Institute alone shall institute a prize award in the form of “Gold Medal” or “Silver Medal”. Proposals from other outside organisations or individuals shall be for the institution of “Cash Award” only.
  2.4 In the case of outside organisations or individuals willing to make endowment for any prize award, the award may be recognised at the discretion of the Institute after considering the required information to be furnished by the donor in this behalf in the specified proforma and on being found that the organisation or individual in whose memory the award is proposed to be instituted, has rendered some valuable service to the Institute or made some useful contribution to the profession of "company secretaryship" in general or to the promotion of education and/or advancement of knowledge in any subject relating to course curriculum of ‘Company Secretaryship’.  
  2.5 The prize award should be introduced on All-India, Regional, Chapter, or Satellite Chapter basis for overall best performance in all the papers of an examination or in any particular group of examination, or best performance in any particular paper of the Foundation, Intermediate or Final examinations held on bi-annual/annual basis or for best performance by lady candidates in examination.
  2.6 The prize award instituted by a Regional Council, Chapter and Satellite Chapter should be confined to the candidates appearing in the examination from any examination centres situated within the jurisdiction of that Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter concerned, as the case may be.
  2.7 In future, the endowments for instituting of a new prize award would be   accepted only if there does not already exist any prize award in that subject of examination OR overall best performance in a particular group of examination OR overall best performance in entire examination. 
  2.8 The candidates considered eligible for any prize award should have passed all the papers of the examination or Group of examination concerned in the first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any paper(s) having secured the (i) highest marks in the aggregate in the examination; (ii) highest marks in the aggregate of the particular group of examination; and (iii) highest marks in the paper of an examination for which the prize award is instituted, as mentioned in the prize scheme. 
     
3. ENDOWMENT AMOUNT AND VALUE OF PRIZE AWARD
  3.1 The minimum endowment amount for institution of a new prize award and the value of a prize award shall hereinafter be not less than –

 

Category of Donor Instituting Prize Award

 

All India Prize Award

 

Regional Council
 Prize Awards.

Chapter/Satellite Chapter
 Prize Awards

Endowment
Amount
(Rs.)

Value of
Award
(Rs.)

Endowment
Amount
(Rs.)

Value of
Award
(Rs.)

Endowment
Amount
(Rs.)

Value of
Award
(Rs.)

 

Organisation

 

1,00,000

 

2,501

 

60,000

 

1,501

 

50,000

 

1,251

 

Individual

 

60,000

 

1,501

 

50,000

 

1,251

 

25,000

 

551


  3.2 The monetary value of any new prize award whether for an All-India Prize Award OR Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter Prize Award shall not be less than the amount indicated in para 3.1 hereinabove and the Institute shall have an absolute power to review and revise this limit from time to time.
  3.3 However, if at a later stage, it is felt that the monetary value of award has substantially declined or the interest accruing out of the endowment is not sufficient to sustain the existing award, the administering authority shall have the absolute power to award the prize of lesser value in cash or in any other form or to give away prize award of minimum prescribed value till such time the endowment amount is fully utilized/exhausted or to merge any one or more of such awards into one award after giving an opportunity to the donor/endower to contribute additional endowment for sustaining the existing prize award.
  3.4 In the cases of prize awards instituted by the Central Council, Regional Council, Chapter, or Satellite Chapter, on its own, sufficient amount shall be invested in advance which shall earn annual interest income atleast equal to the prize amount to be given as prize awards.
  3.5 Prize instituted will be awarded after elapse of one year from the date of receiving the endowment amount from the donor.
  3.6 In case the endower desires that the first prize award be given before the expiry of one year from the date of acceptance of the endowment, he/she/they may separately pay in cash the actual cost of such prize award(s) to the Institute.
     
4. MAINTENANCE OF PRIZE AWARD CORPUS
 

The Institute and its Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters shall   maintain a separate "Prize Award Corpus A/c.” to which all endowments received and/or income accruing from endowments shall be credited on an annual basis for giving away the prize awards.

The monies received as endowment by the Institute and its Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters for institution of prize awards should be invested in Government Securities, Public Sector Bonds, Gilt Funds, or in "fixed deposits" with the nationalised banks or in any other approved securities, as it may deem fit, and the prize awards shall be given out of the interest income accruing thereon subject to deduction of 10% for administrative purposes from such annual income
     
5. FORM OF PRIZE AWARD  
  5.1 The prize awards instituted by the outside organizations and individuals shall be given by cheque, bank draft or cash.
  5.2 The prize award medal and certificate given by the Institute, Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter, as the case may be, shall bear an inscription indicating the name of the prize award with brief criteria, name of the winner, the month and year of examination and emblem of the Institute on it. In case of Regional Council, Chapter, or Satellite Chapter prize award, it shall also suitably indicate alongwith nomenclature of award that the competition for prize award was restricted to candidates who appeared from examination centres within the jurisdiction of that particular Region, Chapter or Satellite Chapter, as the case may be.
  5.3 In the event of a ‘tie' between two or more candidates eligible for a prize award, the prize amount or the value of prize medal shall be equally divided and paid to the winners by cash or in the form of books, gift cheques, etc., as deemed fit by the Institute.
     
6.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRIZE WINNERS

 
  6.1 Soon after declaration of the results of each examination, the Institute will compile the particulars of prize winners and communicate the same to the Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters. Other outside organisations and individuals who had made endowments for the prize award(s) will also be informed of the particulars of prize winning candidate(s) for their information. 
     
7.

PRESENTATION OF PRIZE AWARDS AND THEIR PUBLICITY

 
  7.1 In the case of All-India Prize Awards, the name of the prize winners along with his/her photograph, age, address, occupation and academic qualifications will be published in the Institute's monthly bulletin `Student Company Secretary'. The All-India Prize Awards will be distributed to the winners at an annual function of the Institute. If the prize winner is not able to present himself/herself to receive the prize award(s) at an annual function, the prize award(s) will be sent to the respective Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter where the awardee is located for handing over the same to him/her at a suitable function and/or in a manner as deem fit by the Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter.
  7.2 In the case of Regional Council, Chapter and Satellite Chapter Prize Awards, the brief particulars of the prize winners will be published in "Student Company Secretary" and the photograph with full particulars of prize winners may be published in the Regional/Chapter Newsletters, if any. The Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter concerned shall distribute the prize awards to prize winners at a regional annual function organised by them for members and students and/or any other suitable function.
  7.3 Details of prize awards recognised under these guidelines and instituted by the Central Council, Regional Councils, Chapters and Satellite Chapters as available in the Institute, will be mentioned in the Prospectus/Handbook for ‘Company Secretaryship’ course. 
     
8. EXISTING ALL INDIA PRIZE AWARDS
  8.1 A list of existing All-India Awards, Regional Council Awards, Chapter and Satellite Chapter Awards recognised under this scheme is annexed to this scheme.
     
9. DISCONTINUATION OF PRIZE AWARD  
  9.1 In the event of any endower/donor desiring to discontinue the prize award instituted by him/her/them, atleast six months advance notice in writing should be given to the Institute before its discontinuance, so that steps could be taken to announce the withdrawal or discontinuance of the award and to inform all concerned. In such a case, the endowment and interest standing to the credit of that particular prize award shall be credited to a   “General Prize Award Fund” of the Institute, Regional Council, Chapter or Satellite Chapter, as the case may be, for giving award(s) or incentive to meritorious students in future and no part of the endowment or interest thereon shall be refundable to endower/ donor in any circumstances.
  9.2 If at any later stage, it is found that the endower has suppressed or given wrong information in regard to the prize award instituted by him/her/them or it comes to the light that continuation of any prize award(s) will adversely affect the image and goodwill of the Institute, the administering authority shall have the absolute discretion and power to discontinue such prize award(s) forthwith and transfer the endowment amount to a “General Prize Award Fund” of the Institute after informing the endower.
     
10. ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY  
  10.1 The Examination Committee of the Council is the administering authority to recognise, modify, amend, relax, revoke any of these guidelines and to make such changes in the terms and conditions of award or prize award criteria or schemes as the circumstances warrant from time to time. The decision of the Examination Committee on all matters pertaining to the prize awards scheme   instituted or recognised by the Institute shall be final and binding on all concerned.
     
ALL INDIA PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

     FINAL/PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME EXAMINATION

1.

President’s Gold Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates,   provided that the aggregate is not less than 55%.

2.

C.C. Sutaria’s Cash Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

3.

LATE DR. TARIT KUMAR GHOSH MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

4.

LATE P.D. BANGUR MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

5.

SMT. PARMESHWARI DEVI JANKI BALLABH DANI MEMORIAL AWARD
JUNE - 2011

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

6.

Rai Bahadur Seth Gujarmal Modi Memorial Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates. 

7.

Saraswati Dhanuka Memorial Award

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

8.

SMT. ARUNA MEHTA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

9.

CS RENU GUPTA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

10.

LATE SMT. PROTIMA GHOSH MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

11.

Pt. Gopal Chandra Shastri Memorial Award

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

12.

MANTHRAM MEMORIAL ANNUAL CASH PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates in June and December examinations.

13.

KAPOOR CHAND MOTI CHAND MOHTA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates in June and December examinations.

14.

BEST STUDENT OF THE YEAR AWARD BY JAYPEE GROUP

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Final/Professional Examination at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject, and obtains the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates in December and June examinations.

15.

JAYPEE GROUP PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Group-I/ Module-I of Final/Professional Examination at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtains the highest marks in the aggregate in Group-I/ Module-I taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

16.

JAYPEE GROUP PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Group-II/ Module-II of Final/Professional Examination at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtains the highest marks in the aggregate in Group-II/ Module-II taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

17.

JAYPEE GROUP PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Group-III/Module-III of Final/Professional Examination at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtains the highest marks in the aggregate in Group-III/Module-III taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

18.

R & A EXCELLENCE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Module-IV of Professional Examination at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtains the highest marks in the aggregate in Module-IV taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

19.

Pt. Nehru Birth Centenary Annual Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Corporate Restructuring – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates in December and June examinations.

20.

D.L. Mazumdar’s Silver Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Advanced Company Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Company Secretarial Practice’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

21.

D.L. Mazumdar’s Silver Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Corporate Restructuring – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

22.

Past President Chinubhai R. Shah’s Silver Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Secretarial Practice Relating to Economic Laws and Drafting & Conveyancing’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

23.

Vidya Nand Mehta Memorial Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Financial Treasury and Forex Management’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Financial Treasury and Forex Management’paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

24.

Taxmann’s Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Direct and Indirect Taxation – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Advanced Tax Laws and Practice’paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

25.

Ghanshyam Das Saraf Memorial Gold Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Banking and Insurance – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Governance, Business Ethics & Sustainability’paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

26.

 

Smt. G.P. Poddar Memorial Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Secretarial, Management and System Audit’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Due Diligence & Corporate Compliance Management’paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates. 

EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME EXAMINATION

27.

President’s Silver Medal

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates, provided that the aggregate is not less than 55%.

28.

JAYPEE GROUP PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject, and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate, taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

29.

LATE P.D. BANGUR MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject, and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate, taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates.

30.

LATE SHRI JAGDISH CHANDRA MALHOTRA MEMORIAL ANNUAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the results of June and December examinations.

31.

Kedarnath Prahladrai Dhanuka Memorial Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

32.

Mauji Ram Jain Memorial Award

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

33.

Smt. Bondada Samanthakamani Memorial Silver Medal

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

34.

Taxmann’s Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in  ‘Tax Laws’ paper, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

35.

Preeti Puraskar

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Company Law’ paper, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

36.

CS S. RAMAKRISHNAN MEMORIAL AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Economic and Labour Laws’ paper, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

FOUNDATION PROGRAMME EXAMINATION

37.

Sultan Chand Trust Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

38.

Sultan Chand Trust Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

39.

Sultan Chand Trust Prize Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the third highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates.

40.

Durgadevi Saraf Memorial Gold Medal

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.


REGIONAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS
EASTERN INDIA REGI0NAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

EIRC Cash Prize

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Company Law’ paper taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Eastern Region.

2.

Kedarnath Dhanuka Memorial Cash Prize

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Eastern Region.

3.

Kedarnath PRAHLADRAI Dhanuka Memorial AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Eastern Region.

4.

NIRMAL CHANDRA CHATTERJEE MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Secretarial Practice relating to Economic Laws and Drafting and Conveyancing’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Eastern Region.

5.

Bhagabati Chatterjee memorial award

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination,at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in aggregatetaking into account the performance of all such successful lady candidates from examination centres within the Eastern Region.

6.

GAURA DEVI KOTHARI MEMORIAL AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest  marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Eastern Region..


NORTHERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

NIRC Silver Souvenir Award

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Northern Region.

2.

nirc prize award for both groups

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Northern Region.


SOUTHERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

SIRC SILVER MEDAL

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within Southern Region.

2.

SIRUBALAKKADU SAMBAMOORTHY SRINIVASAN MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.

3.

SMT. NAGAMMA MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.

3.

SRI CHAKRA’S CASH AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within Southern Region.

4.

SIRC PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Corporate Restructuring – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher,   taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Southern Region.

5.

SIRC – MRS. PANKAJAM RENGACHARI PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Advanced Company Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Company Secretarial Practice’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Southern Region.

6.

SIRUBALAKKADU SAMBAMOORTHY SRINIVASAN MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.

7.

SRI CHAKRA’S CASH AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.


SOUTHERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS


8.

LATE G. SUNDARA RAJAN ENDOWMENT AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Securities Laws and Compliances’ papertaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Southern Region.

9.

SIRC – V. KUMAR MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Tax Laws’  taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Southern Region.

10.

LATE SHRI K HARIHARAN ENDOWMENT AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in Company Law’ paper taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.

11.

HUKLAMAKKI MANJUNATHA HEGDE MEMORIAL AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in Company Accounts, Cost and Management Accounting’ paper taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres situated within the Southern Region.


BANGALORE CHAPTER OF SIRC (ICSI) PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

GOWRI GANAPATI JOSHI VAJAGADDE MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Bangalore centre

2.

SMT. NAGAMMA MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all  successful candidates from Bangalore centre

3.

HUKLAMAKKI MANJUNATHA HEGDE MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Bangalore centre.

4.

LATE SMT. M K VEDAVALLI MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in “Securities Laws and Compliances” paper taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Bangalore centre.

5.

LATE SHRI G V SETTY AND LATE SMT. KUSUMAMBA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Bangalore centre.


HUBLI-DHARWAD CENTRE OF SIRC (ICSI) PRIZE AWARD

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

C. MADAN MOHAN RAO MEMORIAL AWARD

 

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hubli-Dharwad examinationcentre.


HYDERABAD CHAPTER OF SIRC (ICSI) PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

LATE MADINEEDI RAMA KRISHNA SUBHADRA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hyderabad Centre.

2.

DR. VASUDEORAO JATKAR MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all such successful candidates in the Institute’s June and December examinations held during a calendar year from Hyderabad Centre.

3.

LATE SHRI M. GURU RAJ RAO MEMORIAL GOLD MEDAL

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hyderabad Centre.

4.

SMT. & SRI GADEPALLI SURYANARAYANA RAO MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hyderabad Centre.

5.

SMT. PUTTAPARTHI NARAYANAMMA MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Exescutive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates.

6.

CS S. RAMAKRISHNAN MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming  exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Economic and Labour Laws’ paper, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hyderabad Centre.

7.

LATE MADINEEDI RAMAKRISHNA SUBHADRA MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Hyderabad Centre.


WESTERN INDIA REGIONAL COUNCIL PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

WIRC MEDAL

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

2.

WIRC CASH PRIZE

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

3.

LATE SHRI S NARAYANAN MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

4.

PAST PRESIDENT CHINUBHAI R. SHAH AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks  in ‘Advance Company Law and Practice’ paperunder Old Syllabus OR in ‘Company Secretarial Practice’ paper under New Syllabus, whichever is higher,taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

5.

SUKHLAL C. MODY MEMORIAL PRIZE

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Corporate Restructuring – Law and Practice’ paper under old syllabus OR in ‘Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency’ paperunder new syllabus whichever is higher, taking into account theperformance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

6.

WIRC PAST CHAIRMAN V.K. MATHUR MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Secretarial Practice Relating to Economic Laws’ and Drafting and Conveyancing’ paperunder old syllabus OR in ‘Drafting, Appearances and Pleadings’ paper under new syllabus, whichever is higher, taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Western Region.

7.

SHRI KANHAIYALAL N. DUSANEWALA VAKIL (NANDURBAR) MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming any exemption and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

8.

WIRC MEDAL

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

9.

WIRC CASH PRIZE

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the second highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

10.

PAST PRESIDENT CHINUBHAI R. SHAH AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in ‘Company Law’ paper  taking into account the performance of all successful candidates from examination centers within the Western Region.

11.

SUGUNA MEMORIAL PRIZE

Awarded to a lady candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregate   taking into account the performance of all successful lady candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.

12.

ELVINA PINTO MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Foundation Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all such successful candidates from examination centres within the Western Region.


AHMEDABAD CHAPTER OF WIRC (ICSI) PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

SHRISH H. SHAH MEMORIAL PRIZE

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Ahmedabad  Centre.

2.

SHRISH H. SHAH MEMORIAL PRIZE

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Executive Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful candidates from Ahmedabad Centre.


PUNE CHAPTER OF WIRC (ICSI) PRIZE AWARDS

Sl.No.

Name of the Prize Award

Criteria

1.

SMT. SHAKUNTALABAI N NAVARE &
SHRI BHAGWAN D. BHAVE MEMORIAL AWARD

Awarded to a candidate who passes in all papers of the Final/Professional Programme Examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks in the aggregatetaking into account the performance of all successful  candidates from Pune  Centre.



SCHOLARSHIP

“LATE P. D. BANGUR MEMORIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP”

(For pursuing studies for Professional Programme of “Company Secretaryship” Course)
     
(i) Eligibility Criteria for award of Scholarship:
  To be awarded to a candidate who passes in all the papers of the Executive Programme examination, at first attempt, in one sitting, without claiming exemption in any subject and obtaining the highest marks taking into account the performance of all successful candidates in Executive Programme Examination on all-India basis.
     
  For a period of 10 months from the    
month following the month of   declaration of results of Executive Programme Examination      

APPLICATION FORM

From:

Date :

To

The Chief Executive
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India
‘ICSI HOUSE’
 22, Institutional Area
LODHI ROAD
NEW DELHI – 110 003.
Sub: Proposal for institution of a Prize Award for Company Secretaries Examinations.
     
Dear Sir,
I/We hereby propose to institute a new prize award in respect of which the relevant details are as follows:
1. Name and complete address of the
founder/organization instituting the prize award
_____________________________
     
2. Name/Title of the proposed prize award _____________________________
     
3. Endowment Amount / Donation intended to be
made available for instituting the prize award
_____________________________
     
4. Value of the Prize Award _____________________________
     
5. Year and examination session from which prize
award is intended to be instituted
_____________________________
     
6. Criteria for giving the Prize Award

_____________________________

_____________________________

_____________________________

_____________________________

_____________________________

     
7. Whether the Prize Award is intended to be
instituted taking into account the performance of
candidates appearing on an all-India basis or
regional basis (Please indicate —whether
All-India OR from Eastern/Western/ Northern/Southern Region)
_____________________________
     
8. Brief note about background of the organization or person whose memory is intended to be perpetuated. (The note should inter alia cover academic and professional attainments/contribution ; concern for advancement of learning and sharing of knowledge in the areas related to the profession of company secretaryship; significant contribution made to be growth and development of Institute’s activities, etc.) _____________________________

_____________________________

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I/We hereby declare that I/We have carefully read and understood the provisions contained in the “Criteria for Recognition and Institution of Prize Award” and that I/We agree to be bound by them and by any subsequent revision(s)/modification(s) to and alteration in the same as may be made therein from time to time for administration of prize award scheme by the Examination Committee/Council of the Institute.

     
 

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

 
     
 

( Signature )
Name :____________________________

Telephone Number: __________________ 

 

Rubber Seal of the Founder/Organisation