The chromosomal DNA is stacked with help of cohesin and condensin protein in which particular manner? Can cohesin be said to form kinetochore? How would they vary exactly? The terms are so narrowly windowed that they squeeze my brain through...!!! thank you for your kind help ^_^
Condensin I: present in cytoplasm during interphase, has access to chromosomes after prophase. Contributes to condensed chromosome assembly during prometaphase and metaphase .
Condensin II: present in nucleus during interphase, involved in chromosome condensation. Contributes to condensed chromosome assembly during prometaphase and metaphase .
It keeps sister chromatids connected with each other during metaphase and ensures that each sister chromatid segregates to opposite poles. "It facilitates spindle attachment onto chromosomes. It facilitates DNA repair by recombination." 
- Wikipedia contributors, "Condensin," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Condensin&oldid=606814199 (accessed July 29, 2014).
- Wikipedia contributors, "Cohesin," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cohesin&oldid=617481362 (accessed July 29, 2014).