The term 'corporate' means a group of individuals acting together and belonging to a corporation i.e. business firm which has been approved in some state. It actually means belonging to a united organisation. A corporate business organisation is chartered by a state and also given legal rights as an entity separate from its owners. The process of becoming a corporation,called incorporation,gives the company a separate legal standing from its owners and protect those owners from being personally liable in the event that the company is sued. Incorporation also provide companies with a more flexible way to manage its ownership implications. The board of directors are the most important of corporate governance. The corporate governance framework also depends on the legal,regulatory,institutional and ethical environment of the community. Its relationship to the other primary participants,shareholders and management,is vital. Various things like corporate governance,social responsibility,communication,finance,banking etc are some of its indiscrete components.