CA Foundation Business Laws and Correspondence Reporting By CA Soumyadipta Das

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About Business Laws and Correspondence Reporting

  • CA Foundation Law (Business laws) are meant to regulate the actions of business houses by establishing procedural and behavioral frameworks.
  • Business correspondence and reporting showcase the ability of a professional to communicate his knowledge clearly and correctly.
  • As students of a professional course, it is necessary to have knowledge of business laws because these laws reflect the way business functions from the societies’ point of view.
  • CA Students need Business Correspondence and Reporting to express their views in writing in the professional world with high standards of clarity and accuracy.
  • The topics covered in Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Reporting at the CA Foundation Law Level
    • Part 1: Business Laws: Introduction and Basic chapters of The Indian Contract Act, 1972 The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 The Indian Partnership Act, 1932 The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 The Companies Act, 2013.
    • Part 2: Business Correspondence and Reporting Communication Sentence types and Word Power Comprehension passages and note-making Developing writing skills.

About CA Soumyadipta Das teacher of CA Foundation Business Law

CA Foundation Law
  • Soumyadipta Das has been actively teaching since his schooldays.
  • Having taught over 2000 students hitherto.
  • After completing Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretaryship, and other merit courses himself he always wants to stay connected with academics in many ways.
  • He has been engaged in the industry since his CA days and continues to be an academic facilitator as well.
  • This community is created with the objective of extending the academic facilitation and communication with his students & not only for mere propagation of any kind.

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