ICSI CSEET 2023: Your Ultimate Guide to Cracking the CSEET July 30 Exam

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) recently rescheduled the Company Secretary Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) to July 30th, shifting it from the original date of July 8th. The exam will now be conducted online through remote proctoring. In preparation for the exam, the institute has released some guidelines for the candidates.

According to the guidelines, candidates are allowed to use their personal laptop or desktop for the exam. They can take the exam from their homes or any other convenient and isolated place. However, the use of mobile phones, tablets, palmtops, and similar devices is not permitted.

To be eligible for the examination, candidates must have passed the 10+2 (Senior Secondary Examination) conducted by an examining body recognized by the Central Government or State Government in India, or an equivalent examination. This qualification is necessary for admission to a Bachelor’s degree course.

The viva voce portion has been removed from the CSEET. The exam duration will be two hours (120 minutes). It will consist of four papers, each containing multiple-choice questions (MCQs). There will be a total of 35 questions carrying 50 marks in each paper, resulting in a total of 140 questions. Paper 4 will have two sections: Part A, which will include 15 current affairs questions, and Part B, which will consist of 20 questions related to presentation and communication skills.

Candidates should log in 30 minutes before the exam start time. They will not be allowed to enter the exam if they are more than 15 minutes late. Once the exam begins, candidates will not be permitted to finish before 90 minutes have passed.

The question paper for CSEET will be in English only. Candidates must score a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and achieve an overall aggregate of 50% across all papers to pass the CSEET. There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

Candidates will be remotely proctored by the control room. They will receive their login details via email and SMS prior to the test. In addition to the login details, candidates must have their Admit Card and a valid student ID or approved ID Proof (such as PAN, Aadhar, or any other government-approved ID). The proctor will verify these documents before the exam begins.

Before clicking the “appear” button, candidates should carefully follow the proctor’s instructions. If they have any questions or concerns, they can seek guidance from the proctor before the exam starts. It’s important to note that no queries will be entertained once the exam begins.

Candidates will have the flexibility to make changes to their answer key or chosen options before clicking the finish button. This allows them to review and modify their responses as needed.

Good luck to all the candidates appearing for the CSEET on July 30th. Prepare well and give it your best shot!

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