CCH Padhuka Business Law & Business Correspondence And Reporting For CA Foundation By CA G. Sekar B. Saravana Prasath Applicable For May 2020 Exam

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Additional FeaturesComprehensive Coverage: Statutes are covered in detail with adequate illustrations. Full Syllabus as prescribed by the ICAI is covered in organized Topics. PublisherCCH Padhuka ISBN9789389702248 AuthorCA G Sekar, CA B Sarvana Prasath LanguageEnglish BindingPaperback Publication DateDecember 2019 Edition3rd Edition Dec. 2019

Padhuka CA Foundation Business Law & Business Correspondence And Reporting




Business Law & Business Correspondence and Reporting Paper of the CA Foundation Course requires the Student to be well versed in the basics of certain Statntes, viz. (a) The Indian Contract Act, (b) The Sale of Goods Act, (c) The Partnership Aet, (d) The Limited Liability Partnership Act, and (e) The Companies Act – and also to be equipped with the principles of varied aspects of Bnsiness Correspondence and Reporting. The knowledge acquired at the CA Foundation Course Level in respect of tbe abovc Statutes will support the Students to a great extent in their Intcr and Final Level. The skills acquired in relation to Business Correspondence and Reporting are a must to be a Thorough l~inance Professional. This Book is aptly compiled for the Beginners covering every topic in depth, yet making the learning easy

The following are the special features of this book

  • Comprehensive Coverage: Statutes are covered in detail with adequate illustrations. Full Syllabus as prescribed by the ICAI is covered in organized Topics.
  • Diagrams and Charts: Diagrams and Charts have been incorporated for better understanding of principles and concepts.
  • Practical Questions: Practical Questions have heen introduced for tbe Students to test their knowledge on the various principles of Law and Business Correspondence and Reporting.
  • Abont MCQs: MCQs for Practice are given at the end of each topic.
  • Chapter Overview: Chapter Overview is presented at the beginning of each Chapter for easy navigation of topics


Section A: Business Law

  1. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 – Part A
  2. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 – Part B
  3. The Sale Of Goods Act, 1930
  4. The Indian Partnership Act, 1932
  5. Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
  6. Companies Act, 2013 – Basics & Incorporation
  7. Companies Act, 2013 – MOA, AOA and Share Capital

Section B: Business Correspondence & Reporting

  1. Communication
  2. Basics Of English Grammar
  3. Comprehension Passage And Note Making
  4. Introduction To Writing
  5. Formal Letters And Official Communication

G.Sekar is a Chartered Accountant in practice for the last 30 years. Founder and Faculty for Direct Taxation in Shree Guru Kripa’s Institute of Management, an Institution providing education for all level and all subjects of the Chartered Accountancy Course and has trained many finance professionals. Member-Central Council of ICAI-2013-16&2016-19 Chairman – Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI – 2014 Recently nominated as Member of Consultative Advisory Group (CAG) of the prestigious International Accounting Education Standards Board (IAESB) – It is worthy to note that he is the First Indian to be part of the CAG. Great Motivator for Chartered Accountants in Practice and in Employment, and CA Students, through his effective and convincing communication style.
B. Saravana Prasath is a graduate in Commerce and a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He secured Fourth Rank in the Madras University in his Graduation Examinations. He did his Chartered Accountancy Articleship training under the tutorship of Shri G. Sekar FCA. He secured the First Rank in the Chartered Accountancy Final Examinations, securing 76% in the aggregate. He also secured the Third Rank in the Intermediate Examinations and Tenth Rank in the Foundation Examinations.His academic performance includes 99% in CA Final Accounting Paper and 96% in CA Intermediate Auditing Paper.