Function of Directors and Share Qualification under the Companies Act, 2013

Authors

  • Rupesh Kumar *Assistant Professor Department of Law Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) Mullana, Ambala

Keywords:

Corporate, administration, Mismanagement, Company, chief, organization

Abstract

An organization fills in as a road for tremendous speculations for completing its business basically on the capital that has been raised from the overall population. It is a typical stage for various partners for making speculations to acquire benefits. The corpus raised has a place with different partners, in this way requesting that every one of the fundamental exchanges ought to be without any endeavor at dissimulation with respect to the organization's administration. A free chief being an untouchable not associated with the everyday administration of the organization is the most appropriate individual to go about as a guard dog to guarantee that the organization is working dispassionately to the greatest advantage of the partners. It's the duty of the free chief to consider the administration responsible if there should arise an occurrence of any speculated botch inside an organization. Accordingly, under such conditions, it is suitable to recognize that with such immense measure of capital being raised and ventures made; some place it rings a bell concerning who will bear the duty of such enormous scope speculations being finished? The training across wards demonstrates that the presence of Independent chiefs is a response to that. The present review dives into the current situation in the Indian Corporate Sector and look at the job of Independent Director in Corporate Governance, specifically.

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Published

2021-10-19

How to Cite

Rupesh Kumar. (2021). Function of Directors and Share Qualification under the Companies Act, 2013. BRICS JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 11(3), 80-86. Retrieved from https://www.bricsjer.com/index.php/brics/article/view/302