CSEET 2021: Re-test for November session to be conducted tomorrow

Candidates who were not able to attend the CSEET 2021 exam on November 13, 2021 due to technical difficulties can take the retest on November 14, 2021.

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Mahima Bahl | Nov 13, 2021 - 8:12 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has released an official notification stating it will conduct another CSEET 2021 exam tomorrow, November 14, 2021. The CSEET re-test will also be conducted in remote proctored mode. ICSI has taken the decision to conduct a retest of CSEET to help those who could not appear in the exam on November 13 due to some technical issues/ glitches. Such candidates will receive complete details related to the batch timings, user ID and password for the CSEET exam individually by email/ SMS.

Important Dates (November)



CSEET 2021

November 13, 2021

CSEET retest 2021

November 14, 2021

Declaration of result

To be notified

The CSEET admit card 2021 can be downloaded by candidates from the official website of ICSI. Candidates are advised to read all exam day instructions carefully to avoid any chaos before appearing in the exam.

For appearing in CSEET retest, candidates must download the latest version of the Safe Exam Browser (SEB) in advance in their laptop/desktop from which they will be appearing in the exam. Know how to download the SEB before appearing in the exam.

ICSI has also notified that candidates who will fail to appear in the retest on November 14 will be marked absent in the CSEET November 2021 exam. ICSI will not entertain any further communication related to the exam. The CSEET result date will be notified by ICSI in due course of time.

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