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ICSI introduces CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) in place of Foundation Programme. The Company Secretaries (Amendment)Regulations, 2020 require introduction of CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) in place of the Foundation Programme. With the introduction of CSEET from February 3, 2020, new registration to the Foundation Programme has ceased to exist w.e.f. February 3, 2020, CSEET is the only qualifying entrance test for registration to the CS Executive Programme.

Passing of CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) is mandatory for all candidates to register for CS Executive Programme, except a few exempted categories of candidates.

  • A candidate passed / appearing in the Senior Secondary (10+2) Examination or equivalent thereto is eligible to appear in the CSEET.
  • Graduates/ Post Graduates can register to Executive Programme directly without clearing CSEET 

Schedule of Registration and Conduct of CSEET
The CSEET will be held on quarterly basis as per the indicative schedule given below:

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)
Nov16th June to 15th OctoberSaturday/ Sunday in 2nd /3rd Week of NovemberBy 4th Week of November30th November (for appearing in both
modules of Executive Program in June session in next year)
Jan16th October to 15th DecemberSaturday/ Sunday in 2nd /3rd Week of JanuaryBy 4th Week of January31st January (for appearing in single module of Executive Program in June session in same year)

Fee for Registration to CSEET
The Registration Fees for appearing in CSEET is Rs. 1,000/- (Rupees One Thousand Only) per student per appearance.

Is there any concession in special cases?
The concession in fee shall be applicable to various categories of students as per details given below:

CategoryConcession
SC/ST50%
Physically Handicapped50%
Serving / Retired Personnel of Defence Services and Paramilitary Forces50%
Students from North Eastern States, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep & Himachal Pradesh50%
ICSI Staff and Wards / Spouse of ICSI Staff75%
Wards and Widows of Martyrs and Defence Service Personnel with Permanent Disability100%
Students from the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh100%

CSEET Registration Process
The steps for registration for CSEET are as under:

Step 1In order to Register for “CSEET”, type www.icsi.edu in any recommended browser (IE 9, Mozilla 38.0 & above, Chrome 39.0), then click on “Online
Services”. 
https://smash.icsi.edu/Scripts/CSEET/Instructions_CSEET.aspx Or Click on the link  for registration for CSEET.
Step 2Fill Details like basic details, qualification details, fee details
Step 3

Upload Mandatory Documents like

  • Photograph of the candidate (size 20kb to 50kb)
  • Signature of the candidate (size 10kb to 20kb)
  • DOB Certificate (10th pass certificate)
  • Admit Card/ Hall Ticket for 10+2 Examinations (if appearing) or 10+2 Pass Certificate/
    Mark Sheet
  • Category Certificate (for availing Fee Concession)
  • Identity proof (Aadhar card/passport/voter ID /pan card/driving license/ration card)

All the files to be uploaded while registering for CSEET should be present in one of the formats viz. jpg, jpeg, png, gif, bmp, pdf.
The maximum allowed file size is 2 MB

Step 4Confirm Application and make payment online (using net banking or debit/credit card)

Please note transaction Id for future reference.

On successful payment, candidate will be registered in CSEET and same will be intimated through email/SMS on registered email id/mobile number. Candidate can appear for the CSEET as per the schedule sent through email/SMS.

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) shall be conducted on a single day as per the following :

  1. Computer Based Test of 120 Minutes consisting of four parts viz.
    1. Business Communication;
    2. Legal Aptitude & Logical Reasoning
    3. Economic and Business Environment &
    4. Current Affairs; and
  2. Viva Voce of 15 Minutes on “Presentation and Communication Skills”.

CSEET Exams Nov 2021

Registration for CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) shall commence from 16th June, 2020. The last date for the registration for the same shall be 15th October, 2021.  Due to Covid-19, exams will be conducted Online. Students can attempt exams from there home as per directions and instructions of ICSI which shall be mentioned in the Admit Card.

Students may register for the CSEET at the following link: https://www.icsi.edu/online-services/register-cseet/

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CSEET Paper Pattern
The Institute will conduct CS Executive Entrance Test based on Objective Type / Multiple Choice Questions and viva-voce for testing listening, written communication and oral communication skills. There are four papers in CS Executive Entrance Test. Each paper contains objective type multiple choice questions having one or more marks each with four options with one correct answer. The duration of the Test shall be 120 minutes and viva-voce on Presentation and Communication Skills of 15 Minutes

Duration of the CSEET
Computer Based Test (CBT)
Test of 120 Minutes duration will be conducted at designated Test Centres. It will be a Computer Based Test (CBT) conducted in MCQ pattern as per the following details:

SubjectNo. of QuestionsMarks
Business Communication3550
Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning3550
Economic and Business Environment3550
Current Affairs1520
Total120170

Viva Voce
The Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) of 15 Minutes for 30 Marks will be conducted simultaneously with or immediately after the MCQ based CBT through online mode using artificial intelligence (AI) or through recoded videos at the designated Test Centres.

Final Score
The final score will be computed by adding the marks secured by candidates in both the Tests (CBT and Viva-Voce) out of a total of 200 marks.

CSEET Passing Criteria| CSEET Passing Marks
Candidates shall be declared ‘PASS’ in CSEET on securing 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate.

Allocation of Marks/Duration/ No. of Questions

SyllabusNumber of
MCQs (Paper wise)
Maximum MarksDuration
Business
Communication
3550 Marks
(15 MCQs x 2 Marks each)
(20 MCQs x 1 Mark each)
120 Minutes
Legal Aptitude
and Logical
Reasoning
3550 Marks
(15 MCQs x 2 Marks each)
(20 MCQs x 1 Mark each)
Economic and
Business
Environment
3550 Marks
(15 MCQs x 2 Marks each)
(20 MCQs x 1 Mark each)
Current Affairs1520 Marks
(5 MCQs x 2 Marks each)
(10 MCQs x 1 Mark each)
Total120 MCQs170 MARKS120 Minutes
Presentation and
Communication
Skills
(Viva Voce)
Variable
Number of
Questions
30 Marks
(15 MCQs x 2 Marks each)
(20 MCQs x 1 Mark each)
15 Minutes

Syllabus of CSEET

Paper 1 (Business Communication – 50 Marks)

Chapter 1English Grammer and its Usage
  • Parts of Speech in English
  • Noun
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjection
  • Voice
  • Articles
  • Tenses
  • Prefix and Suffix
  • Punctuations etc.
Chapter 2Enriching Vocabulary
  • Choice of words, Synonyms and
    Antonyms, Homophones, Homonyms, Single Word for Group of Words, Words Frequently Misspelled
  • Spellings and Pronounciation
  • Stress and Rhythm
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Proverbs
  • Abbreviations
  • Foreign Words and Phrases
Chapter 3Comprehension of Passage and Art of Summarising
  • Important Strategy to Solve Comprehension Passages
  • Para Jumbles, Sentence Correction, Sentence Arrangement and Sentence Completion
Chapter 4Concept of Business Communication
  • Concept of Communication
  • Business Communication
  • Features of Communication
  • Importance of Communication
  • Communication Process
  • Principles for Effective Communication
  • The Seven C’s of Effective Communication
  • JOHARI WINDOW
  • Types of Communication
  • Communication Flows
  • Means and Modes of Communication
  • Verbal Communication
  • Non-verbal Communication
  • Choice of Means and Mode of Communication
  • Mediums of Digital Communication
    Communication Networks
  • Barriers to Communication
  • Ways to Overcome Barriers to Communication
Chapter 5Listening Skills
  • Four Basic Communication Skills
  • The Purpose of Listening
  • Diff. b/w Listening and Hearing
  • Types of Listening Skills
  • Types of Listeners
  • Barriers to Active Listener
  • Principles of Effective Listening
  • Barriers to Effective Listening
  • Ways to Overcome Barriers in Listening
Chapter 6Business Correspondence
  • Essentials of a Good Business Letter
  • Type of Business Letters
  • Layout of Letters
  • Essentials of a Good Business Letter
  • Business Messages
  • Business Reports
  • Inter and Intra-Departmental Communication
  • Memorandum
  • Office Circulars
  • Office Orders
  • Office Notes
  • Management Information Systems (MIS)
Chapter 7Concept of E-Correspondence
  • What is The Web?
  • What is Browser
  • What is The Internet?
  • What is E-Correspondence?
  • Concept of Email, Advantages, Disadvantages
  • Intranet, Benefits, Purposes
Chapter 8Common Business TerminologiesMeaning of most important terms / Words in Business English

Paper 2 (Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning – 50 Marks)

Part A – Legal Aptitude (25 Marks)

Chapter 1Constitution of India
Chapter 2A. Contract Act
B. Law Relating to Torts
Chapter 3Elements of Company Secretaries Legislation
Chapter 4Elements of Company Laws
Chapter 5Legal Reasoning

Part B – Logical Reasoning (25 Marks)

Chapter 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
Chapter 7• 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
Chapter 8Non-Verbal Reasoning
• Analytical Reasoning
• Classification
• Completion of Incomplete Pattern
• Figure Matrix
• Grouping of Identical Figures
• Mirror Image
• Rule Detection
• Numeric and Alphabet Series

Paper 3 (Economics and Business Environment)

Chapter 1

Basics of Demand and Supply and Forms of Market Competition

  • Theory of Demand and Supply
  • Elasticity of Demand
  • Increase and Decrease in Demand and Expansion and Contraction of Demand
  • Forms of market competition
  • Elasticity of supply
Chapter 2

National Income Accounting and Related Concepts

  • Methods to Measure National Income
  • The Product Method or Value Added Method
  • The Income Method
  • The Expenditure Method
  • KEY CONCEPTS OF NATIONAL INCOME
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • GDP at Factor Cost
  • GDP Deflator
  • Gross National Product (GNP)
  • Three Approaches to GNP
  • Income Method to GNP
  • Expenditure Method to GNP
  • Value Added Method to GNP
  • GNP at Market Prices
  • GNP at Factor Cost
  • Net National Product (NNP)
  • NNP at Market Prices
  • NNP at Factor Cost
  • Domestic Income
  • Private Income
  • Personal Income
  • Disposable Income
  • Real Income
  • Per Capita Income
Chapter 3

Indian Union Budget

  • OVERVIEW OF INDIAN UNION BUDGET
  • KEY TERMINOLOGIES / HEADS COVERED UNDER THE BUDGET
  • Annual Financial Statement
  • Consolidated Fund
  • Demand For Grants
  • Appropriation Bill
  • Finance Bill
  • Contingency Fund
  • Public Account
  • Revenue receipt/Expenditure
  • Capital receipt/Expenditure
  • REVENUE, CAPITAL AND EXPENDITURE BUDGETS
  • FISCAL DEFICIT
  • COMPONENTS / VARIABLES COVERED UNDER FISCAL DEFICIT
Chapter 4

INDIAN FINANCIAL MARKET

  • OVERVIEW OF INDIAN FINANCIAL ECOSYSTEM
  • KEY FACETS AND GROWTH OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA
  • Banking Sector in India
  • Mutual Funds
  • Insurance Sector
  • PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS
  • INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA AND SMALL INDUSTRIES
    DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA
  • REGIONAL RURAL BANKS (RRBs)
  • COOPERATIVE BANKS
  • NON-BANKING FINANCE COMPANIES (NBFCs)
  • BASICS OF CAPITAL MARKET : TYPES OF SHARES AND DEBENTURES
  • Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI)
  • A Scheme for Promotion of Innovation, Rural Industries and Entrepreneurship (ASPIRE)
  • Entrepreneurship and Skill Development Programme (ESDP)
  • Support for International Patent Protection in Electronics & Information Technology (SIPEIT)
  • Stand-Up India for Financing SC/ST and/or Women Entrepreneurs
Chapter 5

INDIAN ECONOMY

  • PRIMARY (AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES)
  • SECONDARY (MANUFACTURING)
  • TERTIARY (SERVICES)
  • AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL POLICIES OF INDIA
  • Industrial Policy Resolution 1948
  • The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951
  • Industry Policy Resolution (IPR), 1956
  • New Industrial Policy of India, 1991
  • BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
  • FAVOURABLE AND UNFAVOURABLE BALANCE OF TRADE
  • FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN INDIA – TYPES AND FLOWS
  • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  • Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI)
  • Foreign Institutional Investment (FII)
Chapter 6

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCENARIO

  • OVERVIEW OF INDIAN UNION BUDGET
  • GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES TO FOSTER ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • Make in India
  • Stand Up India
  • Startup India
  • Skill India
  • National Skill Development Corporation
  • NEED FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA
  • BOTTLENECKS IN ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH
Chapter 7

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

  • OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
  • FEATURES AND FACTORS INFLUENCING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
  • TYPES OF ENVIRONMENT
  • EASE OF DOING BUSINESS INDEX BY WORLD BANK FOR INDIA
  • EASE OF DOING BUSINESS INDEX BY DEPARTMENT FOR PROMOTION OF INDUSTRY
    AND INTERNAL TRADE (DPIIT) FOR STATES
Chapter 8

KEY GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS

  • NITI AAYOG
  • Sustainable Action For Transforming Human Capital (SATH)
  • MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS (MCA)
  • SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA (SEBI)
  • RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (RBI)
  • INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY BOARD OF INDIA (IBBI)
  • NATIONAL COMPANY LAW TRIBUNAL (NCLT)
  • NATIONAL COMPANY LAW APPELLATE TRIBUNAL (NCLAT)

Paper 4 (Current Affairs)

Chapter 1

INTERNATIONAL AND
NATIONAL AFFAIRS

  • INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF)
  • THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN)
  • BRICS
  • SOUTH ASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION (SAARC)
  • THE GROUP OF TWENTY (G-20)
  • THE BAY OF BENGAL INITIATIVE FOR MULTI-SECTORAL TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC
    COOPERATION (BIMSTEC)
  • NITI Aayog
  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
  • Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  • Competition Commission of India (CCI)
  • The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI)
  • The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI)
  • G7 SUMMIT
  • G20 SUMMIT
  • 22ND NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON E-GOVERNANCE 2019
  • NuGen Mobility Summit 2019
  • NATIONAL YOUTH SUMMIT, 2019
  • 1st NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CYBERCRIME INVESTIGATION AND FORENSICS

ABOUT BUSINESS PERSONALITIES AND LEADERS

  • Mukesh Ambani
  • Azim Premji
  • Kumar Mangalam Birla
  • Tim Cook
  • Bill Gates
  • Elon Musk
  • Warren Buffett
  • Narendra Modi
  • Donald J. Trump

BOOKS AND THEIR AUTHORS

  • ‘Karmayoddha Granth’ on the life of PM Narendra Modi
  • Turbulence and Triumph : The Modi Years by Rahul Agarwal and Bharathi S
    Pradhan
  • Savarkar : Echoes from a forgotten past, 1883-1924 by Vikram Sampath
  • Listening, Learning and Leading by Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu
  • Vivekadeepini by Adi Shankaracharya
Chapter 2 FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
Chapter 3

POLITICAL AFFAIRS

Chapter 4LEGAL AND OTHER AFFAIRS

Registration to Executive Programme
Result of CSEET is valid for 1 year. Candidate shall register to CS Executive Programme within 1 year of passing CSEET Exams.