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ICSI CSEET Exam Centres for May 2020 Exam

ICSI CSEET Exam Centres for May 2020 Exam

ICSI CSEET: The Council of the ICSI has released a notice regarding CSEET on the day of the inauguration of ICSI Golden Jubilee Celebrations on 4th Oct 2017.

The Gazette Notification on the Company Secretaries (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 has been published on 3rd February 2020 in the Official Gazette of India and the same shall be applicable from the said date of publication.

Now ICSI Published a notice regarding CSEET Test which going to start from 2020 May. We are now going to discuss the details of CSEET-May 2020

We Will  Update ICSI CSEET Exam Centres after Publication of Exam Centres List from official website.

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ICSI CS Executive Entrance Test

ICSI CSEET

ICSI CSEET Eligibility Criteria

If you have passed Senior Secondary Examination then you are eligible to appear in the CSEET. A candidate appeared for 12th class or its equivalent exam may also apply for CS Executive Entrance Test to be held in May 2020.

 

ICSI CSEET-Major Changes In The Process/Guidelines Pertaining to Student Registration, Examination Enrollment, etc.

With the introduction of new regulations, a number of processes/guidelines have changed. A summary of such changes in the student registration, examination enrollment, etc. are furnished hereunder :

ICSI CSEET-New Admissions to the Foundation Programme of CS Course stands discontinued:

New admission to the Foundation Programme of CS Course discontinedOnly Existing Foundation Programme Students shall be allowed to appear in the Foundation Programme Examinations till the expiry of the validity of their registrations. Such students, after passing the Foundation Programme Examinations, may register for Executive Programme as per the existing process

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) (CSEET) is being introduced which will be a mandatory qualifying test for all categories of students for registration to Executive Programme except a few exempted Graduates / Post Graduates, who were hitherto eligible to seek registration directly to Executive Programme, will also have to qualify the CSEET to become eligible for registration to Executive Programme.

ICSI CSEET Exam Centres for May 2020 Exam

The test will is scheduled at multiple test centers across the country. The test shall be held in one single day for all the candidates. The test centers of ICSI CSEET 2020 is given below:

  • Agra
  • Ahmedabad
  • Ahmednagar
  • Ajmer
  • Akola
  • Aligarh
  • Allahabad
  • Alwar
  • Ambala
  • Amravati
  • Amritsar
  • Asansol
  • Aurangabad
  • Ballary
  • Bangalore
  • Bareilly
  • Beawar
  • Belgaum
  • Bhayander
  • Bhilai
  • Bhilwara
  • Bhopal
  • Bhubaneswar
  • Bikaner
  • Bilaspur
  • Calicut
  • Chandigarh
  • Chennai
  • Chittorgarh
  • Coimbatore
  • Dehradun
  • Delhi (East)
  • Delhi (North)
  • Delhi (South)
  • Delhi (West)
  • Dhanbad
  • Durgapur
  • Ernakulam
  • Faridabad
  • Gandhidham
  • Gandhinagar
  • Ghaziabad
  • Gorakhpur
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Guntur-Amaravati
  • Gurgaon
  • Guwahati
  • Gwalior
  • Hisar
  • Hooghly
  • Howrah
  • Hubli-Dharwad
  • Hyderabad
  • Imphal
  • Indore
  • Jabalpur
  • Jaipur
  • Jalandhar
  • Jalgaon
  • Jammu
  • Jamnagar
  • Jamshedpur
  • Jhansi
  • Jhunjhunu
  • Jodhpur
  • Kanpur
  • Kolhapur
  • Kolkata (North)
  • Kolkata (South)
  • Kota
  • Kottayam
  • Latur
  • Lucknow
  • Ludhiana
  • Madurai
  • Mangalore
  • Mathura
  • Meerut
  • Moradabad
  • Mumbai (CG)
  • Mumbai (GTK)
  • Mumbai (JOG)
  • Muzaffarnagar
  • Mysore
  • Nagpur
  • Nanded
  • Nashik
  • Yamuna Nagar
  • Navi Mumbai
  • Noida
  • Overseas Centre — Dubai
  • Palakkad
  • Pali
  • Panaji
  • Panipat
  • Patiala
  • Patna
  • Pimpri-Chinchwad
  • Port Blair
  • Puducherry
  • Pune
  • Raipur
  • Rajkot
  • Ranchi
  • Rewari
  • Rohtak
  • Rourkela
  • Sagar
  • Salem
  • Sambalpur
  • Satara
  • Shimla
  • Sikar
  • Siliguri
  • Solapur
  • Sonepat
  • Srinagar
  • Surat
  • Surendranagar
  • Thane
  • Thiruvananthapuram
  • Thrissur
  • Tiruchirapalli
  • Tirunelveli
  • Tumkur
  • Udaipur
  • Ujjain
  • Vadodara
  • Vapi
  • Varanasi
  • Vijayawada

ICSI CSEET-Important Dates-May 2020

Registration Start Date;16-12-2019
Registration End Date:15-06-2020

ICSI CSEET-Important Dates-July 2020

Registration Start Date;16-04-2020
Registration End Date:15-06-2020

ICSI CSEET-Important Dates-Nov 2020

Registration Start Date;16-06-2020
Registration End Date:15-10-2020

ICSI CSEET-Important Dates-January 2021

Registration Start Date;16-10-2020
Registration End Date:15-12-2020

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-Registration Fees:

The following categories of students shall be exempted from qualifying CSEET and can seek registration directly to Executive Programme

a) CS Foundation Programme passed studentsExemption Fee: Nil
b) ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) Final The course passed students.Exemption Fee: Rs.5000/-
c) ICMAI (The Institute of Cost Accountants of India) Final Course passed students.Exemption Fee: Rs.5000/-

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-Revised Fee Structure for registration to Executive Programme is given below :

ParticularsFee Payable (Rs.)
CSEET passedCS Foundation passedICAI Final passedICMAI Final passed
Registration Fee2000200020002000
Education Fee6500650065006500
CSEET Exemption FeeNilNil50005000
Pre-Exam Test Fee1000100010001000
One Day Orientation Prog. Fee600600600600
Chartered Secretary Journal Subscription (Optional) for one

year

500500500500
Total10600106001560015600

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) Exam Date:

The first CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) shall be tentatively held in the month of May 2020. The tentative schedule for conducting the CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) throughout the year shall be as under :

Month of CSEETPeriod During which candidates can register for CSEETDate of CSEETLast Date for Declaration of ResultsCut-off date of registration in CS Executive Program
May16th December to 15th AprilSaturday/ Sunday         in 2nd          /3rd Week of MayBy 4th Week of May31st May (for appearing in both modules of Executive Program in December session in same year)
July16th   April       to 15th JuneSaturday/ Sunday         in 2nd          /3rd Week of JulyBy 4th Week of July31st July (for appearing in single module of Executive Program in December session in same year)
November16th      June        to 15th OctoberSaturday/ Sunday         in 2nd          /3rd

Week            of November

By 4th Week of November30th November (for appearing in both modules of Executive Program in June session in next year)
January16th October to 15th DecemberSaturday/ Sunday         in 2nd          /3rd

Week            of January

By 4th Week of January31st January (for appearing in single module of Executive Program in June session in same year)
  • For first CSEET examination in May 2020, the registration window is open till 15th April,

** The Institute reserves its right to amend the above schedule.

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)- Syllabus

The following subjects shall be covered under CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) :

Paper 1: Business Communication
Paper 2: Legal Aptitude &LogicalReasoning
Paper 3: Economic and Business Environment
Paper 4: Current Affairs, Presentation, and Communication

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-Exam Pattern

The CSEET shall be an online Computer-based Test. CSEET will be comprising of MCQs, audio clips, video clips, and descriptive.

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-qualifying criteria

An aggregate of 50% and minimum 40% marks in each subject will be the qualifying criteria for The duration of CSEET shall be 135 minutes (120 Minutes for MCQ test and 15 minutes for Viva-Voce). There will be no negative marking.

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-cut-off dates for registration to Executive Programme

The cut-off dates for registration to Executive Programme and Professional Programme for appearing in the Company Secretaries Examinations held in June and December every year stands changed as under :

 

Session of CSNo. of Module(s) in whichThe cut-off date for Registration to
Executive/a Student can appear inExecutive/ Professional
Professionalthe ExaminationsProgramme
Examinations
JuneAll Modules30th November (previous year)
Any One Module31st January (same year)
DecemberAll Modules31st May (same year)
Any One Module31st July (same year)

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)-Other Important information

  1. Provisional Registration to Executive Programme stands

 

  1. Executive and Professional Programme Students (Syllabus 2017 onwards) shall successfully complete a Pre-Examination Test to become eligible for seeking enrolment to the main

 

  1. Registration of Executive and Professional Programme students should be valid as on the date of submission of examination enrolment application. If the validity of registration has expired, they will have to seek Registration Denovo to become eligible for submission of the examination enrolment request.

 

  1. Students enrolled for the main examinations and are desirous of submitting requests for change of Examination Centre, Medium, Combination of Modules shall be required submit  formal requests  30 days prior to the date of commencement of

 

  1. A new clause “Continuation of Registration” is being introduced according to which the students will have to keep their registration renewed from time to time even after passing the Professional Programme Stage till completion of all the training requirements so as to become entitled to be enrolled as a member of the Institute. The prescribed fee for seeking “Continuation of Registration” shall be Rs.1000/- per

 

  1. The provision of “Extension of Registration” stands discontinued. On the expiry of the validity of the registration, students of Executive and Professional Programme shall be required to seek renewal through “Registration Denovo”

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) Full Syllabus-May 2020

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET): PAPER-1  BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Objective: To test the knowledge of the candidates pertaining to the essentials of English Grammar and critical aspects of Business Communication.

Total marks: 50

S.No.TopicSub TopicMarks
1.Essentials of Good English·   English Grammar and its usage-Noun, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjection, Voice, Articles, Tenses, Prefix and Suffix, Punctuations, etc.

·   Enriching Vocabulary-Choice of words, Synonyms, and Antonyms

·   Common errors in English

·   Words with multiple meaning

·   One word substitution

·   Words frequently misspelled

·   Homophones

·   Idioms and phrases

·   Proverbs

·   Abbreviations

·   Para jumbles

·   Sentence completion

·   Sentence arrangement

·   Sentence correction

·   Foreign    words    and    phrases    commonly used

·   Comprehension     of   passage    and    art    of

Summarizing

20 Marks
2.Communication·   Concept of Communication, Meaning, and Significance of Good Communication

·   Business Communication- Principles  and Process

·   Means of Communication- Written, Oral,

15 Marks
Visual, Audiovisual

·   Choice of Modes of Communication

·   Communication Networks- Vertical, Circuit, Chain, Wheel, Star

·   Commonly used Mediums of Digital Communication- Email, SMS, Voice mail, Multimedia, Teleconferencing, Mobile Phone Conversation, Video Conferencing, etc.

·   Listening Skills-Types, Purpose,  Steps to Effective Listening, Barriers to Effective Listening and Ways to Overcome the Barriers

·   Barriers to Effective  Communication and

Ways to Overcome the Barriers

3.Business Correspondence·   Business Letters-  Its Essentials,  Parts,  Types, Salutations

·   Positive Messages, Negative Messages, and Persuasive Messages

·   Business Reports, Inter, and Intra- departmental Communication- Office Orders, Office Circulars, Memorandum, Office Notes, Management Information System (MIS)

·   Concept of Web, Internet, and E- correspondence

·   Intranet- Benefit and Purpose

·   Email- Features,  Procedure  to Write a Formal Email, Email Etiquettes

·   Essential Elements of Email- Subject line, Formal Greeting, Target Audience (Reader), Clarity and Conciseness, Formal Closing, Proofreading, Feedback

·   Advantages and Disadvantages of Email

10 Marks
4.Common Business Terminologies·   Terms defined under various Laws, Rules and Regulations including Financial and Non-Financial terms and expressions.5 Marks

 CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET): Paper -2; Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning

Objective: To test basic understanding of Laws, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning

Total Marks– 50


Part A- Legal Aptitude (25 marks) Part-B – Logical Reasoning (25 marks)

Part-B – Logical Reasoning (25 marks)

S.NoTopicSub TopicsMarks
Part A

Legal Aptitude (25 marks)

1.Indian Constitution·   Preamble

·   Citizenship

·   Fundamental     Rights     and    Fundamental Duties

·   Directive Principles of State Policy

·   State under the Constitution

·   President and Governors

·   Council of Ministers and Prime Minister

·   Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, and Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council

·   Supreme Court and High Courts

·   Landmark Amendment in Constitution

·   List      of      subjects-Centre,        State       and Concurrent

5 Marks
2.Elements of General Laws (Indian Contract Act and Law of Torts)A. Law of Contract

 

·   Offer,     Acceptance,      Consideration, and Competency to Contract.

·   Agreement

·   Types      of     Contract:       Void,      Voidable, Unenforceable

·   Performance of Contract

·   Frustration of Contract

·   Quasi Contract

·   Breach of Contract and Remedies

5 Marks
B.   Law of Torts

 

·   Basics of Torts

·   Specific Defenses

·   Nuisance and Negligence

·   Strict, Absolute and Vicarious Liability

·   Trespass

·   Malicious Prosecution

3Elements       of Company Secretaries Legislation·   The Institute of Company Secretaries of India

·   Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Value of the Institute

·   Company Secretary under Company Secretaries Act, 1980.

·   Functions of Company Secretary under the Companies Act, 2013

·   Role of Company Secretary in Employment

·   Role of Company Secretary in Practice

5 Marks
4Elements of Company Law·   Meaning and Nature of Company

·   Types of Companies

·   Incorporation of a Company

·   Types of capital

·   Board          of         Directors          -(Concept, Appointment, and Removal of Directors)

·   Board Meetings & Shareholders Meetings

·   Corporate Social Responsibility

·   Business Ethics

·   Ethical Dilemma

5 Marks
5Legal Reasoning·   Legal Fundamentals and Terms

·   Legal       Problems        –       Reading        and understanding a case

·   Legal Terminology and Maxims

·   Legal Reasoning-

(a)   Reasoning by Analogy

(b)   Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

·   Questions of Fact (or factual issues)

·   Questions of Law (or legal issues)

·   Landmark Judgments of Supreme  Court and High Court

·   Reading Comprehension

5 Marks

 

Part-B

Logical Reasoning (25 marks)

6Logical Reasoning·   Calendars

·   Cause and Effect Reasoning

·   Clocks

·   Coding and Decoding

·   Deriving Conclusion from Passages

·   Drawing Inference

·   Number Test

·   Sequence and Series

·   Statement and Assumptions

10 Marks
7Verbal Reasoning·   Alphabet Test

·   Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle

·   Analogy

·   Assertion and Reason

·   Blood Relations

·   Decision Making

·   Inserting Missing Characters

·   Logical Sequence Test

·   Logical Venn Diagram

·   Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test

·   Syllogism

·   Truth Tellers and Liars

10 Marks
8Non-Verbal Reasoning·   Analytical Reasoning

·   Classification

·   Completion of Incomplete Pattern

·   Figure Matrix

·   Grouping of Identical Figures

·   Mirror Image

·   Rule Detection

·   Numeric and Alphabet Series

5 Marks

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET): Paper – 3;Economic & Business Environment

Objective:

  • To test understanding on concepts of Micro & Macro Economics with a focus on Indian economic
  • To test the understanding of various crucial elements of business

Total Mark – 50 marks

Part A– Economics (25 Marks)

Part B – Business Environment (25 Marks)

S.NoTopicSub-topicsMarks
Part A- Economics (25 Marks)
1Basics of Demand and Supply and Forms of Market Competition·         Theory of Demand and Supply

·         Equilibrium Price

·         Elasticity of Demand and Supply and other related concepts

·         Increase and Decrease in Demand and Expansion and Contraction of Demand

·         Forms of Market Competition- Monopoly, Duopoly, Oligopoly, Perfect Competition and Monopolistic Competition

5 Marks
2National Income Accounting and Related Concepts·         Meaning and methods to compute National Income

·         Key variables of National Income (GNP, GDP, NNP, NDP, etc.)

5 Marks
3Indian Union Budget·         Key terminologies/heads covered under the budget

·         Revenue and Capital Budget

·         Major components of Revenue and Capital Budget

·         Meaning of Fiscal Deficit

·         Components/ Variables covered under Fiscal Deficit

5 Marks
4Indian

Financial

Markets

·         Overview of Indian Financial Ecosystem

·         Key facets of the Indian financial system

·         Growth of Financial Institutions

·         Public and private sector banks

·         Industrial Finance Corporation of India Small Industries Development Bank of India

·         Regional Rural Banks

·         Cooperative Banks

·         Non-Banking Finance Companies

·         Basics of Capital Market: Types of Shares and Debentures

Financial assistance scenario for Small and Medium Enterprises and Start-Ups.

 5 Marks
5Indian Economy·         Primary (Agriculture and allied activities)

·         Secondary (Manufacturing)

·         Tertiary (Services):

·         Current scenario of agriculture and allied activities in India

·         Agricultural and Industrial Policies of India

·         Current scenario of the services sector in India

·         Balance of Payments

·         Components of Balance of Payments

·           Favorable and Unfavorable Balance of Trade

·         Foreign Investments in India- Types and Flows

 5 Marks
Part B- Business Environment (25 Marks)
6Entrepreneurship Scenario·         Government         initiatives         to         foster entrepreneurship

·         Need for entrepreneurship in India

·         Bottlenecks in entrepreneurial growth

 10 Marks
7Business Environment·         Overview of Business Environment

·         Features and factors influencing the business environment

·         Types of the environment: Economic

environment, Socio-cultural environment,

 10 Marks

 

Political environment, Legal and Technological environment

·         Ease of Doing Business Index by World Bank for India and Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) for States

8Key Government Institutions·         Basic awareness about various institutions and regulatory bodies in India such as NITI Aayog, MCA, SEBI, RBI, IBBI, CCI, NCLT/NCLAT, etc.5 Marks

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET): Paper- 4; Current Affairs, Presentation & Communication Skills

Objective:

  • To test the awareness of candidates with reference to current affairs of national and international
  • To test the listening and writing skills of the

 

Total – 50 marks

Part A – Current Affairs (25 marks)

Part B – Presentation & Communication Skills (Viva) (25 marks)

 

S.No.TopicSub-topics to be covered Marks
Part A – Current Affairs (25 marks)
1Current AffairsCurrent affairs of national and international importance relating to:

 

·        International bodies (ASEAN, BRICS, SAARC, G-20, BIMSTEC, etc.)

·        Organizations like RBI, NABARD, CCI, IBBI, IMF, OECD, ADB, World Bank, etc.

·        Summits and conferences

·        Current development in Banking and Finance (digital banking, govt. initiatives, financial inclusion, etc.)

·        Current development in stock markets

·        Recent important judgments passed by Supreme Court and High Courts of India, Tribunals

·        Current affairs related to CS Institute/Profession and regulatory bodies

·        Current updates on the environment, biodiversity, climate change, and sustainable development

·        latest developments in science and technology, IT, Computers and Space science

·        Business personalities and leaders

·        Committees and appointments

·        Art and culture

·        Books and their authors

·        Awards and honors

 25 marks
·        Sports

·        Current political scenario

·        Initiatives/ schemes of the government

·        Language and national symbols

·        Governance and ethics

·         International diplomacy

 

Part B – Presentation & Communication Skills (Viva)(25 marks)

2Listening Skills·   Questions based on audio clips

–        Monologue

–        Dialogue

·   Grammar Test

·   Vocabulary Test

10 Marks
3Written·           Writing on a given topic10 Marks
Communication Skills·           Correcting a given paragraph

·           Short Note writing

·           Essay writing
·           Precis writing
4Oral Communication Skills·   Candidates are expected to:

–        Answer a question

–        Speak on a given topic

–        Explain the given term

5 Marks

 

ICSI CSEET FAQ:-

Part 1 : (A) FAQ On The New Regulations Including CSEET (CS Executive Entrance Test)

Q.1Will the new admissions to Foundation Programme be discontinued after the introduction of new regulations / CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET)?
A.1Yes. New admissions to Foundation Programme will be discontinued after the introduction of new regulations and the CSEET shall be introduced as a qualifying test for registration to the Executive Programme.

However, the existing students will be allowed to appear in the Foundation Programme Examinations till the expiry of the validity period of their registrations which is three years from the month of their registration.

Q.2Can the Graduates / Post Graduates (Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Holders can seek registration directly to the Executive Programme?
A.2No. The Graduates / Post Graduates will have to qualify the CSEET for seeking registration to the Executive Programme.
Q.3Is there any category of students who are exempted from qualifying CSEET for seeking registration to the Executive Programme?
A.3Yes. As per the present guidelines, the following categories of students are exempted from qualifying CSEET and are eligible to seek registration directly to Executive Programme :

1.                  Company Secretaries Foundation Programme passed students

2.                  ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) Final Course passed students.

3.                  ICMAI (The Institute of Cost Accountants of India) Final Course passed students.

Q.4What is the revised Fee Structure for registration to the Executive Programme?
A.4The revised Fee Structure for registration to Executive Programme is given below :
ParticularsFee Payable (Rs.)
CSEET

passed

CS      Foundation passedICAI Final passedICMAI         Final passed
Registration Fee2000200020002000
Education Fee6500650065006500
CSEET      Exemption FeeNilNil50005000
Pre-Exam Test Fee1000100010001000
One Day Orientation Prog. Fee600600600600
Chartered Secretary Journal Subscription (Optional) for one year500500500500
Total10600106001560015600
Q.5Is there any

students?

exemption feeapplicablefor suchexempted categories
A.5Yes. ICAI and ICMAI Final Course passed students are required to pay Exemption Fee of Rs.5000/- while registering for Executive Programme.

However, CS Foundation Programme students are NOT required to pay any exemption fee.

Q.6What is the schedule for conducting CSEET?
A.6The tentative schedule for conducting CSEET is as under :
Month         of ExaminationPeriod During which candidates can register for CSEETDate       of

exam    for CSEET

Last     Date for Declaration of Resultsthe cut-off date of registration in CS Executive Program
May21st     January     to 15th AprilOn Saturday

(which    is

close      to 10th

May)

By 20th May31st May (for appearing in both modules of Executive Program in December session in the same year)
July21st May to 15th JuneOn Saturday

(which    is

close      to 10th July)

By        20th July31 July (for appearing in a single module of Executive Program in December session in the same year)
November21st July to 15th OctOn Saturday

( which is close to 10th Nov)

By        20th November30 Nov (for appearing in both modules of Executive Program in June session in next year)
January21st November to 15th DecOn Saturday

(which    is

close      to 10th January)

By        20th January31 Jan (for appearing in a single module of Executive Program in June session in the same year)
Q.7What is the fee for registration to CSEET?
A.7The fee for registration to CSEET shall be Rs.1000/- per session.
Q.8When will be the first CSEET shall be conducted?
A.8Tentatively, the first CSEET shall be conducted in the month of May 2020.
Q.9Is there any concession in Fee for any category of students for registration to

CSEET?

A.9The following concessions are applicable while registering for CSEET :
CategoryConcession
SC/ST50%
Physically Handicapped50%
Wards & Widows of Martyrs and Defence Service Personnel with Permanent Disability100%
Serving / Retired Personnel of Defence Services and Paramilitary Forces50%
ICSI Staff and Wards / Spouse of ICSI Staff75%
ICLS Officers/ Officers & Staff of MCA and affiliated offices (NCLT, SFIO, and CCI)100%
Students from the North Eastern States, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep (the similar scheme is being introduced for the Students of Himachal Pradesh)50%
Students from the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladhak100%
Q.10Which are the subjects covered under CSEET?
A.10(i)       Paper 1: Business Communication (50 marks);

(ii)    Paper 2: Legal Aptitude & logical Reasoning (50 marks);

(iii)   Paper 3: Economic and Business Environment (50 marks);

(iv)  Paper 4: Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills (50 marks)

Q.11What will be the mode/ pattern of CSEET?
A.11The CSEET shall be an online Computer-based Test. CSEET will be a test of 200 marks comprising of MCQs, audio clips, video clips, and descriptive questions.
Q.12What will be the qualifying criteria of CSEET?
A.12An aggregate of 50% and a minimum of 40% marks in each subject will be the qualifying criteria.
Q.13What will be the duration of the Test?
A.13The duration of the test shall be 135 minutes (120 Minutes for MCQ test and 15 minutes for Viva-Voce).
Q.14Will there be negative marking in CSEET?
A.14No. There will not be any negative marking.
Q.15Will, there be Viva Voce as part of Paper No. 4 i.e. Current Affairs, Presentation

and Communication Skills

A.15The Current Affairs will be a computer-based Test carrying 20 marks (out of 50 Marks) and Viva Voce (Presentation and Communication Skills) will be for a duration of 15 Minutes carrying 30 Marks.
Q.16Will, there be any change in the cut-off dates for registration to Executive and

Professional Programmes for appearing in the examinations?

A.16Yes. The revised dates shall be as under :
For     June

Session

For All Modules30th November (previous year)
For One Module31st January (same year)
For

December Session

For All Modules31st May (same year)
For One Module31st July (same year)
Q.17Will the students be allowed provisionally register for the Executive Programme?
A.17No. The Provisional Registration will be discontinued on the introduction of new regulations.
Q.18Will the students be required to successfully complete the Pre-Examination

Test before seeking enrollment to Executive and Professional Programme Examinations

A.18Yes. Students registered under Syllabus 2017 (including those switched over to Syllabus 2017 from earlier syllabus) and onwards shall be required to successfully complete the Pre-Examination Test before seeking enrollment to Executive and Professional Programme Examinations.
Q.19Is there any change in the dates for seeking examination enrollment to

Executive & Professional Programme Examinations?

A.19There is no change in the cut-off dates for seeking examination enrollment.

The dates for seeking examination enrollment shall be as under :

SessionThe period during which the students can submit the examination form and feeThe period during which the students can submit examination form and fee (with prescribed fee)
JuneThe online examination enrollment window is opened tentatively on 26th February and the students may submit the forms up to 25th MarchStudents may submit the examination form from 26th March to 9th April with Late Fee.
December

 

The online examination enrollment window is opened tentatively on 26th August and the students may submit the forms up to 25th SeptemberStudents may submit the examination form during 26th September to 10th October with Late Fee.
Q.20Is there any change in the dates for submission of requests for change in

examination enrollment (Examination Centre, Medium and Module)?

A.20Yes. Students shall be allowed to submit requests for change in examination enrollment prior to 30 days from the date of commencement of examinations (earlier it was 15 days from the date of commencement of examinations). For example, the examination is scheduled to commence on 1st June, the request for change of Examination Centre, Medium or Module should be submitted latest by 1st May.
Q.21My registration to the Executive Programme/ Professional Programme is expiring

in the month of February / August. Shall I be allowed to submit the examination enrollment applications without renewing the registration during the June / December session of examinations respectively?

A.21No. The registration of the students of the Executive and Professional Programme should be valid at the time of submission of examination enrollment requests. If not, such students will seek Registration Denovo and then submit the examination enrollment request.
Q.22What are the guidelines of Re-Registration?
A.22The guidelines in brief for Re-registration are as under :

(i)                The Re-Registration shall be applicable for students who have passed the Executive Programme/ Intermediate Course of CS Course under any earlier syllabus and are not eligible for Registration Denovo.

 

(ii)            If students whose registrations have terminated but have not submitted the application for Registration Denovo within five years of expiry of their former registration, they may still seek Re-registration to Professional Programme if and only if they have passed Intermediate Course/ Executive Programme under any earlier syllabus.

 

(iii)            The Re-registration shall be valid for a period of five years and such students may seek Registration Denovo or Re-registration as per the process

mentioned

above if further extension is required.

 

(iv)            The Re-registration shall be effective from the date of such Re-registration.

If a student has passed some papers of professional program examination under his earlier registration, the students shall be eligible for corresponding paper-wise exemptions, if any approved by the Council from time to time, under the current syllabus of Professional Programme after availing re-registration.

Q.23I understand that I will have to keep my registration renewed from time to time

even after passing Professional Programme till completing the training requirements and become a Member of the Institute?

A.23Yes. Continuation of Registration has been introduced under the new regulations and students who have passed the Professional Programme will have to keep their registration renewed at all times till completing the training requirements and become a Member of the Institute. The details of “Continuation of Registration” are as under :

The Continuation of Registration shall be applicable for students who have passed the Professional Programme Stage and the validity period of registrations has expired.

After passing the Professional Programme Stage, such students are required to comply with the various training requirements under regulations. During the period, till their all training requirements are complete to become members of the Institute, their registration is required to be kept valid.

In case their registrations terminate while undergoing the training, they have to apply for Continuation of Registration immediately on the expiry of such registration to continue with the training requirements.

The renewal through Continuation of Registration shall be done on a ‘per year’ basis depending upon the left-over training period and a student may seek ‘Continuation of Registration’ for a maximum period of five years at one go.

The Continuation of Registration shall be effective from the date of expiry of former registration and the students shall be required to pay accumulated arrears of fee, if any, from the date of expiry of former registration. Arrears of fee, if any, shall be applicable for a maximum period of five years.

Q.24Has the Extension of Registration has been discontinued?
A.24Yes, the Extension of Registration has been discontinued. It is further informed that the students are required to keep the registration valid at all times i.e. at the time of appearing in the examinations while undergoing training, etc. till they become the Members of the Institute. Students who have not passed the Professional Programme stage may renew their registration through Registration Denovo and those who have passed the Professional Programme stage may seek renewal of their registration through “Continuation of Registration”.
Q.25What is the fee seeking “Continuation of Registration”?
A.25The fee for continuation of registration is Rs.1000/- per year.
Q.26Is there any change in the Education Fee payable by the students to Executive

Program Stage?

A.26The Education Fee payable by the various categories of students to the Executive Programme is Rs.6500/-.

 

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